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  1. Traditional and Tablet-Based Intervention for Children With Speech Sound Disorders
  2. /l/ velarisation as a continuum
  3. Validity and reliability of The Activities and Participation Profile (TAPP)
  4. Who participates in aphasia research? An analysis of the REhabilitation and recovery of peopLE with Aphasia after StrokE (RELEASE) data set
  5. The Table to Tablet (T2T) Speech and Language Therapy Software Development Roadmap (Preprint)
  6. Reliability and validity evidence of the Assessment of Language Use in Social Contexts for Adults (ALUSCA)
  7. The letter knowledge assessment tool
  8. Speech and language therapy service delivery: overcoming limited provision for children
  9. Cross-Cultural Adaption of the GRBAS and CAPE-V Scales for Portugal and a New Training Programme for Perceptual Voice Evaluation
  10. The Advanced Voice Function Assessment Databases (AVFAD): Tools for Voice Clinicians and Speech Research
  11. Usability of Computerized Lung Auscultation–Sound Software (CLASS) for learning pulmonary auscultation
  12. Laryngeal Articulation During Trumpet Performance: An Exploratory Study
  13. Segmental cues to intonation of statements and polar questions in whispered, semi-whispered and normal speech modes
  14. A country-wide probability sample of public attitudes toward stuttering in Portugal
  15. Visual stimuli in intervention approaches for pre-schoolers diagnosed with phonological delay
  16. Paediatric Automatic Phonological Analysis Tools (APAT)
  17. Acoustic Evidence of New Sibilants in the Pronunciation of Young Polish Women
  18. Intervocalic fricative perception in European Portuguese: An articulatory synthesis study
  19. The Table to Tablet (T2T) therapy software development approach
  20. Is the Portuguese version of the passage ‘The North Wind and the Sun’ phonetically balanced?
  21. Phonological processes in Portuguese children
  22. Computerised Lung Auscultation – Sound Software (CLASS)
  23. Acoustic Correlates of Compensatory Adjustments to the Glottic and Supraglottic Structures in Patients with Unilateral Vocal Fold Paralysis
  24. The clinical practice of speech and language therapists with children with phonologically based speech sound disorders
  25. Cue-weighting in the perception of intervocalic stop voicing in European Portuguese
  26. Speech Production in Two Occlusal Classes
  27. Event- and interval-based measurement of stuttering: a review
  28. Intelligibility as a clinical outcome measure following intervention with children with phonologically based speech-sound disorders
  29. Stop and Fricative Devoicing in European Portuguese, Italian and German
  30. Consequences of stroke and aphasia according to the ICF domains: Views of Portuguese people with aphasia, family members and professionals
  31. Production and perception of velar stop (de)voicing in European Portuguese and Italian
  32. Quality of Life Predictors and Normative Data
  33. Phonological and articulation treatment approaches in Portuguese children with speech and language impairments: a randomized controlled intervention study
  34. (Non-)retroflex Slavic affricates and their motivation: Evidence from Czech and Polish
  35. Weak voicing in fricative production
  36. Aerodynamic measures of speech in unilateral vocal fold paralysis (UVFP) patients
  37. Constructing Physically Realistic VCV Stimuli for the Perception of Stop Voicing in European Portuguese
  38. Estimation of stops' spectral place cues using multitaper techniques
  39. Assessment of comatose patients: a Portuguese instrument based on the Coma Recovery Scale - Revised and using nursing standard terminology
  40. Temporal acoustic correlates of the voicing contrast in European Portuguese stops
  41. Frication and Voicing Classification
  42. Acoustic analysis of European Portuguese uvular [χ, [Voiced uvular fricative]] and voiceless tapped alveolar [Voiceless dental or alveolar tap] fricatives
  43. Simulation of Human Speech Production Applied to the Study and Synthesis of European Portuguese
  44. A parametric study of the spectral characteristics of European Portuguese fricatives