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  1. Influence of tracheostomy, intubation, and the bolus itself on swallowing function
  2. Neurogenic Orofacial Weakness and Speech in Adults With Dysarthria
  3. The Effect of Exercise on Respiratory Resistance in Athletes With and Without Paradoxical Vocal Fold Motion Disorder
  4. Effects of Age, Sex, and Body Position on Orofacial Muscle Tone in Healthy Adults
  5. Speech-related fatigue and fatigability in Parkinson's disease
  6. Test–Retest Reliability of Respiratory Resistance Measured With the Airflow Perturbation Device
  7. The Effect of Barium on Perceptions of Taste Intensity and Palatability
  8. Spectral-Cepstral Estimation of Dysphonia Severity: External Validation
  9. Acoustic Analyses of Thyroidectomy-Related Changes in Vowel Phonation
  10. Aerodynamic Evaluation of the Postthyroidectomy Voice
  11. Muscle Tone and the Speech-Language Pathologist: Definitions, Neurophysiology, Assessment, and Interventions
  12. Age and Sex Differences in Orofacial Strength
  13. Clinical Versus Laboratory Ratings of Voice Using the CAPE-V
  14. Tracking voice change after thyroidectomy: application of spectral/cepstral analyses
  15. The Role of Listener Experience on Consensus Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation of Voice (CAPE-V) Ratings of Postthyroidectomy Voice
  16. The Power of Motion: Thomas J. Hixon's Legacy to Speech Science & Speech Pathology
  17. Vocal fatigue and its relation to vocal hyperfunction
  18. Phonation Threshold Pressure Across the Pitch Range: Preliminary Test of a Model
  19. Perceptions of effort during handgrip and tongue elevation in Parkinson's disease
  20. The Effect of Phonological Neighborhood Density on Vowel Articulation
  21. The Effect of Jaw Position on Measures of Tongue Strength and Endurance
  22. Do Vocal Warm-Up Exercises Alleviate Vocal Fatigue?
  23. Effects of a Vocally Fatiguing Task and Systemic Hydration on Men's Voices
  24. Changes in Normal Speech After Fatiguing the Tongue
  25. Effects of a vocally fatiguing task and systemic hydration on phonation threshold pressure
  26. Respiratory and laryngeal contributions to maximum phonation duration
  27. Strength, Endurance, and Stability of the Tongue and Hand in Parkinson Disease
  28. Midbrain Regions for Eliciting Vocalization by Electrical Stimulation in Anesthetized Dogs
  29. Fundamental frequency and tracheal pressure during three types of vocalizations elicited from anesthetized dogs
  30. Interference between normal vibrato and artificial stimulation of laryngeal muscles at near-vibrato rates
  31. Modulation of fundamental frequency by laryngeal muscles during vibrato
  32. Effect of Lung Volume on Voice Onset Time (VOT)
  33. Speech Breathing in Parkinson’s Disease
  34. Respiratory and Laryngeal Function During Whispering
  35. Laryngeal Configuration and Constriction during Two Types of Whispering