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Segmental Contributions to Speech Intelligibility in Nonconcatenative vs. Concatenative Languages
by Aldholmi, Yahya, Ph.D.  The University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. 2018: 321 pages; 13421960.
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Comparison of intelligibility measures for adults with Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis and healthy controls
by Stipancic, Kaila L., M.A.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2015: 75 pages; 1594783.
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Speech Segregation in Background Noise and Competing Speech
by Hu, Ke, Ph.D.  The Ohio State University. 2012: 147 pages; 10631003.
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Evaluating speech-in-noise performance of bilateral cochlear implant recipients
by Lim, Stacey R., Ph.D.  Kent State University. 2013: 301 pages; 3618872.
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A Phonetic Distance Approach to Intelligibility between Mam Regional Dialects
by Simon, Megan, M.A.  San Jose State University. 2019: 81 pages; 22623880.
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Speech Motor Complexity in Childhood Apraxia of Speech
by Case, Julie E., Ph.D.  New York University. 2019: 185 pages; 13815309.
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Effects of matched and mismatched stimulation rates on speech perception in bilateral cochlear implant users
by Sislian, Nicole Christine, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 104 pages; 3561639.
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Windows into sensory integration and rates in language processing: Insights from signed and spoken languages
by Hwang, So-One K., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2011: 230 pages; 3495336.
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The Effectiveness of a Vowel-Targeted Intervention in Accent Modification
by Duewer, Natalie, M.S.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2015: 38 pages; 1590362.
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Synchronizing Rhythms: Neural Oscillations Align to Rhythmic Patterns in Sound
by Doelling, Keith Bryant, Ph.D.  New York University. 2018: 145 pages; 10928751.
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The Use of Interpreters by Speech-Language Pathologists Conducting Bilingual Speech-Language Assessments
by Palfrey, Carol Lynn, Ed.D.  The George Washington University. 2013: 227 pages; 3557570.
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Cinematic occupation: Intelligibility, queerness, and Palestine
by Jankovic, Colleen, Ph.D.  University of Pittsburgh. 2012: 271 pages; 3538037.
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Acoustic Characteristics that Contribute to Ghanaian Ewe-Accented American English
by Mortoti, Prudence Barbara, M.C.D.  Arkansas State University. 2018: 73 pages; 10976109.
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Visual Speech Perception of Arabic Emphatics and Gutturals
by Foster, Maha Saliba, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2016: 170 pages; 10151052.
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Accounting for Diphthongs: Duration as Contrast in Vowel Dispersion Theory
by Petersen, Stacy Jennifer, Ph.D.  Georgetown University. 2018: 259 pages; 13422602.
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Auditory event-related potentials recorded during passive listening and speech production
by Swink, Shannon D., Ph.D.  East Carolina University. 2010: 360 pages; 3419174.
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Spoken word recognition of the reduced American English Flap
by Tucker, Benjamin V., Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2007: 183 pages; 3263243.
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Toward understanding speech planning by observing its execution – Representations, modeling and analysis
by Ramanarayanan, Vikram, Ph.D.  University of Southern California. 2014: 170 pages; 3643149.
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Neural Correlates of Auditory Function and Training in Older Adults
by Anderson, Samira Brake, Ph.D.  Northwestern University. 2012: 255 pages; 3547805.
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The reshaped mind: Searle, the biblical writers, and their beliefs about the effects of Christ's blood
by Williams-Tinajero, Lace Marie, Ph.D.  Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology. 2008: 228 pages; 3308927.
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Speech in noise ability, outer hair cell function, and working memory for trained flute players
by Caldwell, Kelly A., M.S.  East Carolina University. 2015: 106 pages; 1590068.
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