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  1. Exploring Motor Speech Disorders in Low and Minimally Verbal Autistic Individuals: An Auditory-Perceptual Analysis
  2. Erratum to “Comorbidity and Severity in Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Retrospective Chart Review”
  3. Feedback From Automatic Speech Recognition to Elicit Clear Speech in Healthy Speakers
  4. Measuring Articulatory Patterns in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Using a Data-Driven Articulatory Consonant Distinctiveness Space Approach
  5. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis–Bulbar Dysfunction Index–Remote: Test–Retest and Interrater Reliability of Candidate Items
  6. Using Acoustics to Measure Voice Quality in ALS
  7. Comorbidity and Severity in Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Retrospective Chart Review
  8. Acoustic and Kinematic Assessment of Motor Speech Impairment in Patients With Suspected Four-Repeat Tauopathies
  9. Using automatic speech recognition (ASR) to detect dysarthria speech impairment
  10. The Relationship Between Single-Word Speech Severity and Intelligibility in Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  11. Validating Automatic Diadochokinesis Analysis Methods Across Dysarthria Severity and Syllable Task in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  12. Speech as a Biomarker: Opportunities, Interpretability, and Challenges
  13. Co-Occurrence of Hypernasality and Voice Impairment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Acoustic Quantification
  14. Validation of an Acoustic-Based Framework of Speech Motor Control: Assessing Criterion and Construct Validity Using Kinematic and Perceptual Measures
  15. “You Say Severe, I Say Mild”: Toward an Empirical Classification of Dysarthria Severity
  16. Psychometric Properties of Rapid Word-Based Rate Measures in the Assessment of Bulbar Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Comparisons With Syllable-Based Rate Tasks
  17. Validation of Articulatory Rate and Imprecision Judgments in Speech of Individuals With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  18. Differential Diagnosis of Apraxia of Speech in Children and Adults: A Scoping Review
  19. Reliability and validity of speech & pause measures during passage reading in ALS
  20. A speech measure for early stratification of fast and slow progressors of bulbar amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: lip movement jitter
  21. Quantification of motor speech impairment and its anatomic basis in primary progressive aphasia
  22. Shorter Sentence Length Maximizes Intelligibility and Speech Motor Performance in Persons With Dysarthria Due to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  23. Detecting Bulbar Motor Involvement in ALS: Comparing speech and chewing tasks
  24. Minimally Detectable Change and Minimal Clinically Important Difference of a Decline in Sentence Intelligibility and Speaking Rate for Individuals With Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  25. Automatic prediction of intelligible speaking rate for individuals with ALS from speech acoustic and articulatory samples
  26. Additional evidence for a therapeutic effect of dextromethorphan/quinidine on bulbar motor function in patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A quantitative speech analysis
  27. Automatic extraction of abnormal lip movement features from the alternating motion rate task in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  28. Kinematic Features of Jaw and Lips Distinguish Symptomatic From Presymptomatic Stages of Bulbar Decline in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  29. Assessment of bulbar function in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: validation of a self-report scale (Center for Neurologic Study Bulbar Function Scale)
  30. Magnetic resonance imaging based anatomical assessment of tongue impairment due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: A preliminary study
  31. Children with Apraxia of Speech don't all have poor speech perception
  32. Differing structural properties of foods affect the development of mandibular control and muscle coordination in infants and young children
  33. The Effect of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation on Jaw Motor Function Is Task Dependent: Speech, Syllable Repetition and Chewing
  34. An exploratory investigation of the effects of whole-head vibration on jaw movements
  35. Best practices protocol for the evaluation of bulbar dysfunction: summary recommendations from the NEALS bulbar subcommittee symposium
  36. Speech Map: a statistical multimodal atlas of 4D tongue motion during speech from tagged and cine MR images
  37. Classification of Bulbar ALS from Kinematic Features of the Jaw and Lips: Towards Computer-Mediated Assessment
  38. Speech Inconsistency in Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech Depends on the Test
  39. Discovering functional units of the human tongue during speech from cine- and tagged-MRI
  40. The diagnostic utility of patient-report and speech-language pathologists’ ratings for detecting the early onset of bulbar symptoms due to ALS
  41. Speech Movement Measures as Markers of Bulbar Disease in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  42. Tongue electrical impedance in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis modeled using the finite element method
  43. Can speech be recognized from tongue and lip movements?
  44. Validation of Clinical Observations of Mastication in Persons with ALS
  45. Evidence for the multiple hits genetic theory for inherited language impairment: a case study
  46. Electrical impedance myography in the evaluation of the tongue musculature in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  47. Longitudinal Development of Speech Motor Control: Motor and Linguistic Factors
  48. Reliance on auditory feedback in children with childhood apraxia of speech
  49. Predicting Early Bulbar Decline in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: A Speech Subsystem Approach
  50. Data-Driven Subclassification of Speech Sound Disorders in Preschool Children
  51. Speaking rate effects on articulatory pattern consistency in talkers with mild ALS
  52. Articulatory Distinctiveness of Vowels and Consonants: A Data-Driven Approach
  53. Bulbar and speech motor assessment in ALS: Challenges and future directions
  54. Neural correlates of cognitive decline in ALS: An fNIRS study of the prefrontal cortex
  55. Compensatory articulation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Tongue and jaw interactions
  56. Individual articulator's contribution to phoneme production
  57. Increases in Cognitive and Linguistic Processing Primarily Account for Increases in Speaking Rate With Age
  58. Compensatory articulation in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: Tongue and jaw in speech
  59. Spatiotemporal Coupling of the Tongue in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  60. Erratum to “The co-emergence of cognition, language, and speech motor control in early development: A longitudinal correlation study” [J. Commun. Disord. 44 (2) (2011) 149–160]
  61. Distinct developmental profiles in typical speech acquisition
  62. Bulbar Motor Deterioration in ALS (P04.154)
  63. A Kinematic Description of the Temporal Characteristics of Jaw Motion for Early Chewing: Preliminary Findings
  64. Accuracy of perceptual and acoustic methods for the detection of inspiratory loci in spontaneous speech
  65. Tongue Movements and Their Acoustic Consequences in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  66. A novel fixed-target task to determine articulatory speed constraints in persons with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  67. The co-emergence of cognition, language, and speech motor control in early development: A longitudinal correlation study
  68. A Protocol for Comprehensive Assessment of Bulbar Dysfunction in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
  69. Respiratory Changes during Reading in Mandarin-Speaking Adolescents with Prelingual Hearing Impairment
  70. Lip Movement Exaggerations During Infant-Directed Speech
  71. Articulatory-to-Acoustic Relations in Response to Speaking Rate and Loudness Manipulations
  72. Accuracy of perceptually based and acoustically based inspiratory loci in reading
  73. Some organization principles in early speech development
  74. Kinematics of disease progression in bulbar ALS
  75. Breath Group Analysis for Reading and Spontaneous Speech in Healthy Adults
  76. Vowel recognition from articulatory position time-series data
  77. Preface to the 18th annual ASHA-NIH research symposium: Neurobiological determinants of communication development
  78. Early speech motor development: Cognitive and linguistic considerations
  79. The development of jaw motion for mastication
  80. Accuracy Assessment for AG500, Electromagnetic Articulograph
  81. Kinematic analysis of articulatory coupling in acquired apraxia of speech post-stroke
  82. Babbling, Chewing, and Sucking: Oromandibular Coordination at 9 Months
  83. Task Specificity in Early Oral Motor Development
  84. Regional volumetric change of the tongue during mastication in pigs
  85. Articulatory exaggerations during infant directed speech
  86. Distinguishing Place of Consonant Articulation using the Aurora System
  87. Estimating Mandibular Motion Based on Chin Surface Targets During Speech
  88. Coordinative Organization of Lingual Propulsion during the Normal Adult Swallow
  89. Communication Disorders, Computer Applications for
  90. Spontaneous facial motility in infancy: A 3D kinematic analysis
  91. Methodological Issues in Studies of Early Articulatory Development
  92. Tongue-surface movement patterns during speech and swallowing
  93. Lip Kinematics for /p/ and /b/ Production during Whispered and Voiced Speech
  94. The Sequential Development of Jaw and Lip Control for Speech
  95. Tongue surface dynamics during speech and swallowing
  96. The Physiologic Development of Speech Motor Control