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  1. Age Estimation and Gender Attribution in Typically Developing Children and Children With Dysarthria
  2. Profiles of Dysarthria: Clinical Assessment and Treatment
  3. Clinical Assessment of Communication-Related Speech Parameters in Dysarthria: The Impact of Perceptual Adaptation
  4. Speech Naturalness in the Assessment of Childhood Dysarthria
  5. Speech Motor Profiles in Primary Progressive Aphasia
  6. Speech and Nonspeech Parameters in the Clinical Assessment of Dysarthria: A Dimensional Analysis
  7. The role of the basal ganglia and cerebellum in adaptation to others' speech rate and rhythm: A study of patients with Parkinson's disease and cerebellar degeneration
  8. Intelligibility, Speech Rate, and Communication Efficiency in Children With Neurological Conditions: A Longitudinal Study of Childhood Dysarthria
  9. Childhood Dysarthria: Auditory-Perceptual Profiles Against the Background of Typical Speech Motor Development
  10. Indicators of Communication Limitation in Dysarthria and Their Relation to Auditory-Perceptual Speech Symptoms: Construct Validity of the KommPaS Web App
  11. In Time with the Beat: Entrainment in Patients with Phonological Impairment, Apraxia of Speech, and Parkinson’s Disease
  12. Validation of a clinical swallowing score
  13. Web-based assessment of communication-related parameters in dysarthria: development and implementation of the KommPaS web app
  14. Crowdsourcing as a tool in the clinical assessment of intelligibility in dysarthria: How to deal with excessive variation
  15. Intelligibility, Articulation Rate, Fluency, and Communicative Efficiency in Typically Developing Children
  16. Motor speech disorders in the nonfluent, semantic and logopenic variants of primary progressive aphasia
  17. Developmental Courses in Childhood Dysarthria: Longitudinal Analyses of Auditory-Perceptual Parameters
  18. Nonverbal Semantics Test (NVST)—A Novel Diagnostic Tool to Assess Semantic Processing Deficits: Application to Persons with Aphasia after Cerebrovascular Accident
  19. Online-Crowdsourcing als „KommPaS“ in der kommunikationsbezogenen Dysarthriediagnostik
  20. Dysarthria syndromes in children with cerebral palsy
  21. Age Norms for Auditory-Perceptual Neurophonetic Parameters: A Prerequisite for the Assessment of Childhood Dysarthria
  22. Estimating the complexity of word articulation for patients with apraxia of speech
  23. Should maximum performance tests of oral motor functions be used to assess dysarthric impairment?
  24. Impact of daily item training on short- and long-term success of intensive cognitive-linguistic therapy in chronic aphasia
  25. Complexity of articulation planning in apraxia of speech: The limits of phoneme-based approaches
  26. When words don׳t come easily: A latent trait analysis of impaired speech motor planning in patients with apraxia of speech
  27. Subcortical Contributions to Motor Speech: Phylogenetic, Developmental, Clinical
  28. Intensive speech and language therapy after stroke – Authors' reply
  29. The Bogenhausen Dysarthria Scales (BoDyS): Validation of a standardized dysarthria assessment.
  30. Dysarthria in Adults With Cerebral Palsy: Clinical Presentation and Impacts on Communication
  31. The role of metrical information in apraxia of speech. Perceptual and acoustic analyses of word stress
  32. Entraining with another person’s speech rhythm: Evidence from healthy speakers and individuals with Parkinson’s disease
  33. Akustische Sprachsignalanalysen in der klinischen Dysarthriediagnostik: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen
  34. Die Bogenhausener Dysarthrieskalen (BoDyS): Ein standardisierter Test für die Dysarthriediagnostik bei Erwachsenen
  35. How Does GPi-DBS Affect Speech in Primary Dystonia?
  36. How much is a word? Predicting ease of articulation planning from apraxic speech error patterns
  37. Dysarthria in Adults with Cerebral Palsy: Clinical Presentation, Communication, and Classification
  38. Wie wirksam ist intensive Aphasietherapie unter regulären klinischen Bedingungen? Die deutschlandweite Aphasieversorgungsstudie FCET2EC
  39. Segments and syllables in the treatment of apraxia of speech: An investigation of learning and transfer effects
  40. The actual and potential use of gestures for communication in aphasia
  41. Error Variability in Apraxia of Speech: A Matter of Controversy
  42. Apraxia of Speech: Concepts and Controversies
  43. A motor learning perspective on phonetic syllable kinships: How training effects transfer from learned to new syllables in severe apraxia of speech
  44. Phonological manipulation between speech perception and production activates a parieto-frontal circuit
  45. Syllable- and Rhythm-Based Approaches in the Treatment of Apraxia of Speech
  46. Facilitation of picture-naming in anomic subjects: Sound vs mouth shape
  47. Imitation of para-phonological detail following left hemisphere lesions
  48. Apraxia of speech: what the deconstruction of phonetic plans tells us about the construction of articulate language
  49. Audiovisual Matching in Speech and Nonspeech Sounds: A Neurodynamical Model
  50. Dysarthrie
  51. Unintended imitation in nonword repetition
  52. Ventral and dorsal fronto-parietal fiber pathways for phonological transformation processes
  53. Auditory–motor integration during fast repetition: The neuronal correlates of shadowing
  54. Learning a syllable from its parts: Cross‐syllabic generalisation effects in patients with apraxia of speech
  55. The domain of phonetic encoding in apraxia of speech: Which sub‐lexical units count?
  56. Syllable frequency and syllable structure in the spontaneous speech production of patients with apraxia of speech
  57. Intensives Sprachtraining bei Aphasie
  58. Wovon hängt imitatives Verhalten beim Nachsprechen ab?
  59. Effectiveness of metrical pacing in the treatment of apraxia of speech
  60. Is there a need to control for sublexical frequencies?
  61. Segmental and metrical encoding in aphasia: Two case reports
  62. Syllable frequency and syllable structure in apraxia of speech
  63. Implicit processing of prosodic information in patients with left and right hemisphere stroke
  64. To speak or not to speak: Distinctions between speech and nonspeech motor control
  65. Psycholinguistic and Motor Theories of Apraxia of Speech
  66. Receptive prosodic processing in aphasia
  67. Acquired dysfluencies following infarction of the left mesiofrontal cortex
  68. Speech iterations in parkinsonism: A case study
  69. A combined acoustic and perceptual analysis of the tense–lax opposition in aphasic vowel production