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Inhibition of Stuttering from Second Speech Signals: An Evaluation of Temporal and Hierarchi...2012Hudock, Daniel JosephStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
The Influence of Vocabulary Type and Complexity on Rapid Automatized Naming Tasks (RAN/RAS) ...2012Nevitt, Natalie StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
The influence of temperament and social skills on quality of friendship in students with and...2015Rose, Amy J.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Influence of noise exposure background on wave I amplitude on student musicians and non-musi...2017Washnik, Nilesh JeevandasStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Impact of personality on burden of caregivers with aphasia2019Mashburn, Taylor StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU
The Impact Of Neurological Fatigue On Linguistic Choices After TBI2016Swansinger, Shelby StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
The impact of different types of prior knowledge on science text comprehension2012Clark, Mary KristenStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The Impact of Cultural Perspectives on Parents of their Children with Orofacial Cleft2021Bowman, Holland E.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Impact of Auditory Training on Speech Perception and Cognitive Abilities in Older Adults wit...2011Cosby, Janel L.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
The impact of African American English on language proficiency in adolescent speakers2015Graham Bethea, June StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Generators of mammalian vestibular surface responses to head motion2012Gaines, Gary ChristopherStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
From A To The: Comparing Young Children’s Spoken Vocabulary To Sight Word Lists2017Tickle, Hannah StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
From teaching to practice: pedagogical models for clinical aphasia: a pilot study2018Cox, Rachel AnnStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU
Finding 25 hours: a single-subject study of engagement for families of children with autism2019Yucha, Sarah NoelStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU
Family stress and resilience in families with young children who are deaf or hard of hearing...2020Allen, Sarah J.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Factors influencing recovery from mild traumatic brain injury2014Johnson, Leslie W.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Examining athletic coaches’ interaction behaviors in conversations about well-being: results...2017Frazier, Ashely M.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Ethics In Speech-Language Pathology: Service Provision And Culturally And Linguistically Div...2017Baker, Erica M.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders - Student, ASU
Efficacy of using music therapy combined with traditional aphasia and apraxia of speech trea...2010Aitken Dunham, Debra JeanStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU
The effects of singing exercises and melodic intonation therapy (MIT) on the male-to-female ...2005Hershberger, Ioanna GeorgiadouStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
The effects of reading accelerationon reading comprehension and decoding accuracy in high sc...2012Carter, Matthew DavidStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
The effects of presentation rate on semantic syntactic and orthographic processing and rel...2011Wolfe, Donna L.StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
Effects of Instruction Method on Vital Capacity and Maximum Sustained Phonation in Adult Fem...2012Ohlhaut, Angela StudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, ECU
The Effectiveness of Melodic Intonation Therapy with the Treatment of Childhood Apraxia of S...2019Worthington, Amber FaithStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, UNCG
Effectiveness of an aphasia training module presented to mental health professionals2017Deaton, Kalie ElizabethStudentCommunication Sciences and Disorders, WCU