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  1. A Preliminary Study of Vallecular Bolus Aggregation in Healthy Swallowing of Solid Food Boluses
  2. Videofluoroscopic measures of swallowing in people with stable COPD compared to healthy aging
  3. The Effectiveness of Slightly Thick Liquids for Improving Swallowing in Bottle-Fed Children With Aerodigestive Concerns
  4. Reference Values for Videofluoroscopic Measures of Swallowing: An Update
  5. Profiling Number of Swallows per Bolus and Residue in Individuals With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  6. Using Reference Values to Identify Profiles of Swallowing Impairment in a Case Series of Individuals With Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury
  7. The Influence of Sex, Age, and Repeated Measurement on Pixel-Based Measures of Pharyngeal Area at Rest
  8. Differences in pharyngeal swallow event timing: Healthy aging, Parkinson disease, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  9. A Case of Progressive Ataxia, Dysphagia, and Dysarthria Caused by a Rare Disease, and Treatment with Lingual Resistance Training
  10. Bolus Texture Testing as a Clinical Method for Evaluating Food Oral Processing and Choking Risk: A Pilot Study
  11. Automated pharyngeal phase detection and bolus localization in videofluoroscopic swallowing study: Killing two birds with one stone?
  12. Which Videofluoroscopy Parameters Are Susceptible to the Influence of Differences in Barium Product and Concentration?
  13. Profiles of Swallowing Impairment in a Cohort of Patients With Reduced Tongue Strength Within 3 Months of Cerebral Ischemic Stroke
  14. Comparison of Lingual Pressure Generation Capacity in Parkinson Disease, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and Healthy Aging
  15. Determining the Relationship Between Hyoid Bone Kinematics and Airway Protection in Swallowing
  16. Effectiveness of Interventions for Dysphagia in Parkinson Disease: A Systematic Review
  17. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Dysphagia: What Have We Learned So Far and What Do We Still Need to Investigate?
  18. The Frequency of Atypical and Extreme Values for Pharyngeal Phase Swallowing Measures in Mild Parkinson Disease Compared to Healthy Aging
  19. A Tutorial on Diagnostic Benefit and Radiation Risk in Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Studies
  20. Endoscopic evaluation of pharyngeal and laryngeal sensation in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): A cross‐sectional study
  21. Variations in Hyoid Kinematics Across Liquid Consistencies in Healthy Swallowing
  22. Quantitative Videofluoroscopic Analysis of Swallowing Physiology and Function in Individuals With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  23. Mechanisms of Impaired Swallowing on Thin Liquids Following Radiation Treatment for Oropharyngeal Cancer
  24. The Risk of Penetration–Aspiration Related to Residue in the Pharynx
  25. Letter to the Editor: Notice of Errors in Three Previous Papers Reporting Measures of Hyoid and Laryngeal Position
  26. Measurement of Pharyngeal Residue From Lateral View Videofluoroscopic Images
  27. Oral and Oropharyngeal Sensory Function in Adults With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  28. A Cross-Sectional, Quantitative Videofluoroscopic Analysis of Swallowing Physiology and Function in Individuals With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  29. Respiratory–Swallow Coordination in Healthy Adults During Drinking of Thin to Extremely Thick Liquids: A Research Note
  30. Effects of EMST on swallowing
  31. Measuring Hyoid Excursion Across the Life Span: Anatomical Scaling to Control for Variation
  32. The Effect of Lingual Resistance Training Interventions on Adult Swallow Function: A Systematic Review
  33. Release of updated International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative Framework (IDDSI 2.0)
  34. Perception Versus Performance of Swallow Function in Residents of Long-Term Care
  35. Automatic discrimination between cough and non-cough accelerometry signal artefacts
  36. Experimental and Computational Investigation of the IDDSI Flow Test of Liquids Used in Dysphagia Management
  37. Reference values for physiological measures of healthy liquid swallowing
  38. Corrigendum to "Challenges to assumptions regarding oral shear rate during oral processing and swallowing based on sensory testing with thickened liquids" [Food Hydrocolloids 84C (2018) 173-180]
  39. Modulation of Tongue Pressure According to Liquid Flow Properties in Healthy Swallowing
  40. Development of a Non-invasive Device for Swallow Screening in Patients at Risk of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia: Results from a Prospective Exploratory Study
  41. Challenges to assumptions regarding oral shear rate during oral processing and swallowing based on sensory testing with thickened liquids
  42. Fluid Testing Methods Recommended by IDDSI
  43. An Exploratory Study of Hyoid Visibility, Position, and Swallowing-Related Displacement in a Pediatric Population
  44. Thickened Liquids for Dysphagia Management: a Current Review of the Measurement of Liquid Flow
  45. Reduced pharyngeal constriction is associated with impaired swallowing efficiency in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  46. Characterizing the Flow of Thickened Barium and Non-barium Liquid Recipes Using the IDDSI Flow Test
  47. Sensory characteristics of liquids thickened with commercial thickeners to levels specified in the International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) framework
  48. A Preliminary Videofluoroscopic Investigation of Swallowing Physiology and Function in Individuals with Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy (OPMD)
  49. Swallow Event Sequencing: Comparing Healthy Older and Younger Adults
  50. Modified Texture Food Use is Associated with Malnutrition in Long Term Care: An Analysis of Making the Most of Mealtimes (M3) Project
  51. Prevalence of inadequate micronutrient intakes of Canadian long-term care residents
  52. A review of swallow timing in the elderly
  53. The International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative Functional Diet Scale (IDDSI-FDS)
  54. The influence of tongue strength on oral viscosity discrimination acuity
  55. Inadequate fluid intake in long term care residents: prevalence and determinants
  56. Age-Related Variability in Tongue Pressure Patterns for Maximum Isometric and Saliva Swallowing Tasks
  57. Effects of Tongue Strength Training on Mealtime Function in Long-Term Care
  58. Prevalence and Determinants of Poor Food Intake of Residents Living in Long-Term Care
  59. Erratum to: Trends in Research Literature Describing Dysphagia in Motor Neuron Diseases (MND): A Scoping Review
  60. How Swallow Pressures and Dysphagia Affect Malnutrition and Mealtime Outcomes in Long-Term Care
  61. Trends in Research Literature Describing Dysphagia in Motor Neuron Diseases (MND): A Scoping Review
  62. Reflections on Clinical and Statistical Use of the Penetration-Aspiration Scale
  63. Making the Most of Mealtimes (M3): protocol of a multi-centre cross-sectional study of food intake and its determinants in older adults living in long term care homes
  64. Radiation 101: A Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists
  65. IDDSI: The International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative Framework
  66. The effect of tongue strength on meal consumption in long term care
  67. Post-Segmentation Swallowing Accelerometry Signal Trimming and False Positive Reduction
  68. A Review of Dysphagia Presentation and Intervention Following Traumatic Spinal Injury: An Understudied Population
  69. Understanding the Viscosity of Liquids used in Infant Dysphagia Management
  70. The effectiveness of the head-turn-plus-chin-down maneuver for eliminating vallecular residue
  71. A Randomized Trial Comparing Two Tongue-Pressure Resistance Training Protocols for Post-Stroke Dysphagia
  72. Swallowing accelerometry signal feature variations with sensor displacement
  73. The Effect of Bolus Consistency on Hyoid Velocity in Healthy Swallowing
  74. Understanding Image Resolution and Quality in Videofluoroscopy
  75. The Relationship Between Pharyngeal Constriction and Post-swallow Residue
  76. Erratum to: The Influence of Food Texture and Liquid Consistency Modification on Swallowing Physiology and Function: A Systematic Review
  77. Malnutrition and Dysphagia in Long-Term Care: A Systematic Review
  78. Fluoroscopic Evaluation of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia: Anatomic, Technical, and Common Etiologic Factors
  79. The Blind Scientists and the Elephant of Swallowing: A Review of Instrumental Perspectives on Swallowing Physiology
  80. Efficacy of Thickened Liquids for Eliminating Aspiration in Head and Neck Cancer
  81. The Influence of Food Texture and Liquid Consistency Modification on Swallowing Physiology and Function: A Systematic Review
  82. Variations in Tongue-Palate Swallowing Pressures When Swallowing Xanthan Gum-Thickened Liquids
  83. Age and Strength Influences on Lingual Tactile Acuity
  84. Translational Advancements in Applications of Pureed Food
  85. Effect of Barium Taste on Swallowing Behavior
  86. Use of an Anatomical Scalar to Control for Sex-Based Size Differences in Measures of Hyoid Excursion During Swallowing
  87. What Should a Case-Finding Tool for Dysphagia in Long Term Care Residents With Dementia Look Like?
  88. Oral Perceptual Discrimination of Viscosity Differences for Non-Newtonian Liquids in the Nectar- and Honey-Thick Ranges
  89. Making the Most of Mealtimes (M3): Grounding Mealtime Interventions With a Conceptual Model
  90. Physiological Factors Related to Aspiration Risk: A Systematic Review
  91. Influence of the Perceived Taste Intensity of Chemesthetic Stimuli on Swallowing Parameters Given Age and Genetic Taste Differences in Healthy Adult Women
  92. Kinematic and Temporal Factors Associated with Penetration–Aspiration in Swallowing Liquids
  93. Event Sequence Variability in Healthy Swallowing: Building on Previous Findings
  94. Differences in Swallowing between High and Low Concentration Taste Stimuli
  95. The Effect of Bolus Volume on Hyoid Kinematics in Healthy Swallowing
  96. Effects of Barium Concentration on Oropharyngeal Swallow Timing Measures
  97. The Effect of Barium on Perceptions of Taste Intensity and Palatability
  98. The Need for International Terminology and Definitions for Texture-Modified Foods and Thickened Liquids Used in Dysphagia Management: Foundations of a Global Initiative
  99. Classification of Penetration--Aspiration Versus Healthy Swallows Using Dual-Axis Swallowing Accelerometry Signals in Dysphagic Subjects
  100. Challenges in Preparing Contrast Media for Videofluoroscopy
  101. Age-related Differences in Tongue-Palate Pressures for Strength and Swallowing Tasks
  102. The Relationship Between Residue and Aspiration on the Subsequent Swallow: An Application of the Normalized Residue Ratio Scale
  103. Timing Differences Between Cued and Noncued Swallows in Healthy Young Adults
  104. Comments on Selected Recent Dysphagia Literature
  105. Outcomes of tongue-pressure strength and accuracy training for dysphagia following acquired brain injury
  106. Optimal Approaches for Measuring Tongue-Pressure Functional Reserve
  107. Tongue pressure profile training for dysphagia post stroke (TPPT): study protocol for an exploratory randomized controlled trial
  108. Variation in Temporal Measures of Swallowing: Sex and Volume Effects
  109. Image-based Measurement of Post-Swallow Residue: The Normalized Residue Ratio Scale
  110. Noninvasive Detection of Thin-Liquid Aspiration Using Dual-Axis Swallowing Accelerometry
  111. Compensatory Strategies and Techniques
  112. Screening for aspiration risk
  113. Compressive sampling of swallowing accelerometry signals using time-frequency dictionaries based on modulated discrete prolate spheroidal sequences
  114. Health care professionals’ perspectives on oral care for long-term care residents: Nursing staff, speech-language pathologists and dental hygienists
  115. A Method for Removal of Low Frequency Components Associated with Head Movements from Dual-Axis Swallowing Accelerometry Signals
  116. Temporal Variability in the Deglutition Literature
  117. The Influence of Stimulus Taste and Chemesthesis on Tongue Movement Timing in Swallowing
  118. Applications of EMG in Clinical and Sports Medicine
  119. Electromyography as a Biofeedback Tool for Rehabilitating Swallowing Muscle Function
  120. Exercise-Based Approaches to Dysphagia Rehabilitation
  121. The Physiology of Deglutition and the Pathophysiology and Complications of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
  122. Tongue-pressure and hyoid movement timing in healthy liquid swallowing
  123. Outcomes of a Pilot Water Protocol Project in a Rehabilitation Setting
  124. Scaling analysis of baseline dual-axis cervical accelerometry signals
  125. An Exploratory Investigation Using Appreciative Inquiry to Promote Nursing Oral Care
  126. Comments on Selected Recent Dysphagia Literature
  127. Conducting Dysphagia Research in the Field Through Partnerships With Clinicians
  128. Tongue control for swallowing in Parkinson's disease: Effects of age, rate, and stimulus consistency
  129. Classification of healthy and abnormal swallows based on accelerometry and nasal airflow signals
  130. Reputation-Based Neural Network Combinations
  131. The relationship between hyoid and laryngeal displacement and swallowing impairment
  132. Automatic discrimination between safe and unsafe swallowing using a reputation-based classifier
  133. Variability in Execution of the Chin-Down Maneuver by Healthy Adults
  134. Understanding the statistical persistence of dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals
  135. Physiological Variability in the Deglutition Literature: Hyoid and Laryngeal Kinematics
  136. Sensory Input Pathways and Mechanisms in Swallowing: A Review
  137. Tongue Pressure and Submental Surface Electromyography Measures During Noneffortful and Effortful Saliva Swallows in Healthy Women
  138. Vocalization removal for improved automatic segmentation of dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals
  139. An Online Swallow Detection Algorithm Based on the Quadratic Variation of Dual-Axis Accelerometry
  140. Hyolaryngeal excursion as the physiological source of swallowing accelerometry signals
  141. Voice-quality Abnormalities as a Sign of Dysphagia: Validation against Acoustic and Videofluoroscopic Data
  142. Time-Frequency Analysis and Hermite Projection Method Applied to Swallowing Accelerometry Signals
  143. Tongue-Pressure Resistance Training: Workout for Dysphagia
  144. Tongue Pressure Modulation During Swallowing: Water Versus Nectar-Thick Liquids
  145. Baseline Characteristics of Dual-Axis Cervical Accelerometry Signals
  146. Effects of liquid stimuli on dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals in a healthy population
  147. The effects of head movement on dual-axis cervical accelerometry signals
  148. Pressure profile similarities between tongue resistance training tasks and liquid swallows
  149. A procedure for denoising dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals
  150. Swallow segmentation with artificial neural networks and multi-sensor fusion
  151. Tongue Movements During Water Swallowing in Healthy Young and Older Adults
  152. Anthropometric and Demographic Correlates of Dual-Axis Swallowing Accelerometry Signal Characteristics: A Canonical Correlation Analysis
  153. Rationale for Strength and Skill Goals in Tongue Resistance Training: A Review
  154. On the Plausibility of Upper Airway Remodeling as an Outcome of Orofacial Exercise
  155. Segmentation of Dual-Axis Swallowing Accelerometry Signals in Healthy Subjects With Analysis of Anthropometric Effects on Duration of Swallowing Activities
  156. Effects of Age and Stimulus on Submental Mechanomyography Signals During Swallowing
  157. Extraction of average neck flexion angle during swallowing in neutral and chin-tuck positions
  158. Oropharyngeal Dysphagia Assessment and Treatment Efficacy: Setting the Record Straight (Response to Campbell-Taylor)
  159. Sip-Sizing Behaviors in Natural Drinking Conditions Compared to Instructed Experimental Conditions
  160. Time and time–frequency characterization of dual-axis swallowing accelerometry signals
  161. Insights Regarding Mealtime Assistance for Individuals in Long-term Care
  162. The Dynamics of Lingual-Mandibular Coordination During Liquid Swallowing
  163. A Question of Rheological Control
  164. The Oral Care Imperative
  165. Taking the Temperature of the Dysphagia Research Literature: A Search for Peer-reviewed Publications About Compensatory and Rehabilitative Interventions for Dysphagia
  166. Speech motor control in fluent and dysfluent speech production of an individual with apraxia of speech and Broca's aphasia
  167. Electric stimulation approaches to the restoration and rehabilitation of swallowing: a review
  168. Food for Thought
  169. The Influence of Orolingual Pressure on the Timing of Pharyngeal Pressure Events
  170. An Analysis of Lingual Contribution to Submental Surface Electromyographic Measures and Pharyngeal Pressure During Effortful Swallow
  171. Food for Thought: Physiological Implications for the Design of Videofluoroscopic Swallowing Studies
  172. Searching for Meaningful Differences in Viscosity
  173. Food for Thought: The Impact of Dysphagia on Quality of Life
  174. Does Barium Influence Tongue Behaviors During Swallowing?
  175. Radiation Awareness and Practices Among Speech-Language Pathologists
  176. Influence of Bolus Consistency on Lingual Behaviors in Sequential Swallowing
  177. Treating Dysphagia With sEMG Biofeedback
  178. Food for Thought
  179. Use of Electromagnetic Midsagittal Articulography in the Study of Swallowing
  180. Report on Dysphagia Society Meeting
  181. National Dysphagia Diet: What to Swallow?
  182. The Rheology of Liquids: A Comparison of Clinicians? Subjective Impressions and Objective Measurement
  183. Mealtime Difficulties in a Home for the Aged: Not Just Dysphagia