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  1. Weekly Treatment for Childhood Apraxia of Speech With Rapid Syllable Transition Treatment: A Single-Case Experimental Design Study
  2. A Pilot Randomized Control Trial of Motor-Based Treatments for Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Rapid Syllable Transition Treatment and Ultrasound Biofeedback
  3. Motor Speech Interventions improve speech in children with cerebral palsy
  4. Predicting Treatment Outcomes in Rapid Syllable Transition Treatment: An Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis
  5. Speech Abilities in a Heterogeneous Group of Children With Autism
  6. Using ReST in Italian
  7. A summary of what we know about ReST therapy for kids with CAS,
  8. Principles of Motor Learning in Classical Singing Teaching
  9. Simulation can replace part of speech-language pathology placement time: A randomised controlled trial
  10. ‘Another tool in my toolbox’: Training school teaching assistants to use dynamic temporal and tactile cueing with children with childhood apraxia of speech
  11. Clinical predictors for oropharyngeal dysphagia and laryngeal dysfunction after lung and heart transplantation
  12. Protocol for the Connected Speech Transcription of Children with Speech Disorders: An Example from Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  13. Clinical management of childhood apraxia of speech: A survey of speech-language pathologists in Australia and New Zealand
  14. Oropharyngeal dysphagia and laryngeal dysfunction after lung and heart transplantation: A systematic review
  15. Tongue shapes for rhotics in school-age children with and without residual speech errors
  16. Automated speech analysis tools for children’s speech production: A systematic literature review
  17. Using the Kaufman Speech to Language Protocol to Treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Pilot Study
  18. Elizabeth Usher Memorial Lecture: How do we change our profession? Using the lens of behavioural economics to improve evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology
  19. The boundaries of auditory perception for within-word syllable segregation in untrained and trained adult listeners
  20. Evidence-based practice self-efficacy of undergraduate speech pathology students following training
  21. Segmental and prosodic variability on repeated polysyllabic word production in acquired apraxia of speech plus aphasia
  22. The Lidcombe Program: a series of case studies with Kuwaiti preschool children who stutter
  23. A Systematic Review of Speech Assessments for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: Recommendations for Best Practice
  24. Parent experiences of variations in service delivery of Rapid Syllable Transition (ReST) treatment for childhood apraxia of speech
  25. Challenges and solutions in speech-language pathology service delivery across Australia and Canada
  26. Combined clinician-parent delivery of rapid syllable transition (ReST) treatment for childhood apraxia of speech
  27. Perceptual and Acoustic Analyses of Good Voice Quality in Male Radio Performers
  28. Evidence-based Frameworks for Teaching and Learning in Classical Singing Training: A Systematic Review
  29. Ultrasound in dysphagia rehabilitation: a novel approach following partial glossectomy
  30. The impact of childhood language difficulties on healthcare costs from 4 to 13 years: Australian longitudinal study
  31. Telehealth delivery of Rapid Syllable Transitions (ReST) treatment for childhood apraxia of speech
  32. Ultrasound visual feedback in articulation therapy following partial glossectomy
  33. Using ultrasound visual feedback to remediate velar fronting in preschool children: A pilot study
  34. Limited acquisition and generalisation of rhotics with ultrasound visual feedback in childhood apraxia
  35. Childhood Apraxia of Speech RCT
  36. The behavioural treatment of muscle tension voice disorders: A systematic review
  37. Voice Outcomes After Transoral Laser Microsurgery for Early Glottic Cancer—Considering Signal Type and Smoothed Cepstral Peak Prominence
  38. Differential Diagnosis of Children with Suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  39. The Effect of Clinician Feedback Type on the Acquisition of a Vocal Siren
  40. Speech and swallow rehabilitation following partial glossectomy: A systematic review
  41. Ultrasound Visual Feedback Treatment and Practice Variability for Residual Speech Sound Errors
  42. Cancers of the Tongue and Floor of Mouth: Five-Year File Audit Within the Acute Phase
  43. Rapid Syllable Transitions (ReST) treatment for Childhood Apraxia of Speech: The effect of lower dose-Frequency
  44. A Systematic Review of Treatment Outcomes for Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  45. Quantitative Measurement of Vocal Fold Vibration in Male Radio Performers and Healthy Controls Using High-Speed Videoendoscopy
  46. Attitudes, knowledge, and beliefs of Arab speech-language pathologists about stuttering
  47. Orthographically sensitive treatment for dysprosody in children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech using ReST intervention
  48. An initial reliability and validity study of the Interaction, Communication, and Literacy Skills Audit
  49. Interaction Communication and Literacy Skills Audit
  50. How do children with phonological impairment respond to requests for clarification containing polysyllables?
  51. Acoustic Characteristics of Male Commercial and Public Radio Broadcast Voices
  52. The implementation of evidence-based practice in the management of adults with functional voice disorders: A national survey of speech-language pathologists
  53. What Makes a Good Voice for Radio: Perceptions of Radio Employers and Educators
  54. The reliability of methodological ratings for speechBITE using the PEDro-P scale
  55. Indigenous Issues – A Practical Example
  56. Educating Health Professionals
  57. Evidence-based practice in speech language pathologist training of early childhood professionals
  58. A comparison of two treatments for childhood apraxia of speech: methods and treatment protocol for a parallel group randomised control trial
  59. Training Production of Lexical Stress in Typically Developing Children Using Orthographically Biased Stimuli and Principles of Motor Learning
  60. Paediatric speech-language pathology service delivery: An exploratory survey of Australian parents
  61. The Vocal Clarity of Female Speech-Language Pathology Students: An Exploratory Study
  62. Evidence-based practice in speech-language pathology curricula: A scoping study
  63. The management of vocal fold nodules in children: A national survey of speech-language pathologists
  64. Corrigendum to “The attitudes, knowledge and beliefs of Arab parents in Kuwait about stuttering” [J. Fluency Disord. 34 (2009) 44–59]
  65. Treatment in Childhood Apraxia
  66. An introduction to the speechBITE database: Speech pathology database for best interventions and treatment efficacy
  67. Compendium of Auditory and Speech Tasks: Children's Speech and Literacy Difficulties. Book 4
  68. Older people who stutter: barriers to communication and perceptions of treatment needs
  69. Case-based learning: One route to evidence-based practice
  70. The attitudes, knowledge and beliefs of Arab parents in Kuwait about stuttering
  71. Book Review
  72. Older people who stutter: barriers to communication and perceptions of treatment needs
  73. The persistence of stuttering behaviours in older people
  74. A life-time of stuttering: How emotional reactions to stuttering impact activities and participation in older people
  75. Requests for clarification and children's speech responses: Changing `pasghetti' to `spaghetti'
  76. Communication impairment in the AIDS dementia complex (ADC): A case report
  77. Acoustic Changes in Student Actors' Voices After 12 Months of Training
  78. Erratum to “Acoustic Changes in Student Actors' Voices Following 12 Months of Actor Training.” Journal of Voice. In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 23 May 2007
  79. Pragmatic skills in people with HIV/AIDS
  80. Values, necessity and the mother of invention in clinical education
  81. Evidence-based management of phonological impairment in children
  82. What Do Speech Pathologists Know About HIV?
  83. Features of developmental dyspraxia in the general speech-impaired population?
  84. Developmental motor speech disorders