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  1. A Preliminary Study of Voluntary Cough Motor Performance and Learning With Skill Training and Biofeedback
  2. An Examination of Cognitive Heterogeneity in Parkinson Disease: The Dual-Syndrome Hypothesis
  3. Review of treatment approaches for respiratory and laryngeal function in neurodegenerative diseases
  4. The Effects of Speech Task on Lexical Stress in Parkinson's Disease
  5. Respiratory Responses to Two Voice Interventions for Parkinson's Disease
  6. Perception of Physical Demand, Mental Demand, and Performance: A Comparison of Two Voice Interventions for Parkinson's Disease
  7. The effects of vocal exertion on lung volume measurements and acoustics in speakers reporting high and low vocal fatigue
  8. Longitudinal Effects of Parkinson's Disease on Speech Breathing During an Extemporaneous Connected Speech Task
  9. Restoration Strategies Following Short-Term Vocal Exertion in Healthy Young Adults
  10. Obtaining Objective Clinical Measures During Telehealth Evaluations of Dysarthria
  11. The Impact of Parkinson's Disease on Breath Pauses and Their Relationship to Speech Impairment: A Longitudinal Study
  12. Language planning and pauses in story retell: Evidence from aging and Parkinson’s disease
  13. Walking while talking: Young adults flexibly allocate resources between speech and gait
  14. The Impact of Expiratory Muscle Strength Training on Speech Breathing in Individuals With Parkinson's Disease: A Preliminary Study
  15. Respiratory and Laryngeal Changes With Vocal Loading in Younger and Older Individuals
  16. Longitudinal Changes in Speech Breathing in Older Adults with and without Parkinson's Disease
  17. Laryngeal Aerodynamics in Healthy Older Adults and Adults With Parkinson's Disease
  18. The efficacy of the Microsoft KinectTM to assess human bimanual coordination
  19. The relationship between intermittent limit cycles and postural instability associated with Parkinson's disease
  20. Respiratory kinematic and airflow differences between reflex and voluntary cough in healthy young adults
  21. The effect of increased vocal intensity on interarticulator timing in speakers with Parkinson's disease: A preliminary analysis
  22. Increased vocal intensity due to the Lombard effect in speakers with Parkinson's disease: Simultaneous laryngeal and respiratory strategies
  23. Task-Dependent Postural Control Throughout the Lifespan
  24. An investigation of semantic similarity judgments about action and non-action verbs in Parkinson's disease: implications for the Embodied Cognition Framework
  25. Impact of Typical Aging and Parkinson’s Disease on the Relationship Among Breath Pausing, Syntax, and Punctuation
  26. Changes to Articulatory Kinematics in Response to Loudness Cues in Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease
  27. Comments on Selected Recent Dysphagia Literature
  28. Changes in Acoustic Characteristics of the Voice Across the Life Span: Measures From Individuals 4–93 Years of Age
  29. Lung Volume Measured During Sequential Swallowing in Healthy Young Adults
  30. The Intonation–Syntax Interface in the Speech of Individuals With Parkinson’s Disease
  31. Effect of Parkinson’s Disease on the Production of Structured and Unstructured Speaking Tasks: Respiratory Physiologic and Linguistic Considerations
  32. The effect of increased loudness on anticipatory coarticulation of steady-state formants in a vowel-consonant-vowel context for patients with Parkinson’s disease.
  33. Lung Volume During Swallowing: Single Bolus Swallows in Healthy Young Adults
  34. Air-Borne and Tissue-Borne Sensitivities of Bioacoustic Sensors Used on the Skin Surface
  35. Effects of utterance length and vocal loudness on speech breathing in older adults
  36. Age-Related Changes to Speech Breathing With Increased Vocal Loudness
  37. Air-borne and tissue-borne sensitivity of skin-radiation acoustic sensors
  38. Effect of Cues to Increase Sound Pressure Level on Respiratory Kinematic Patterns During Connected Speech
  39. Effects of loudness cues on respiration in individuals with Parkinson's disease
  40. Effects of Increasing Sound Pressure Level on Lip and Jaw Movement Parameters and Consistency in Young Adults
  41. Changes to respiratory mechanisms during speech as a result of different cues to increase loudness
  42. Perceptual Evaluation of Hypernasality Compared to HONC Measures: The Role of Experience
  43. The control of aerodynamics, acoustics, and perceptual characteristics during speech production
  44. Respiratory and Laryngeal Responses to an Oral Air Pressure Bleed During Speech
  45. Formants of children, women, and men: The effects of vocal intensity variation
  46. Simultaneous laryngeal and respiratory measures during varying sound-pressure level and F0 in singers