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Klopfenstein, M., Ball, M.J., & Rutter, B. (2009). The sonority hypothesis: more evidence from onset and coda clusters in disordered speech. In V. Marrero and I. Pineda (Eds.), Linguistics: the challenge of clinical application. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Clinical Linguistics (pp. 41-47). Madrid, Spain: Euphonía Ediciones.

Ball, M.J., Müller, N., Rutter, B., & Klopfenstein, M. (2009). My client’s using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part I: Consonants. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 36, 133-141.

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Klopfenstein, M., & Rutter, B. (2009). “The importance of narrow phonetic transcription for highly unintelligible speech: Some examples,” Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology, 34, 84-90.

Ball, M.J., Müller, N., Klopfenstein, M., & Rutter, B. (2010). “My client’s using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part II: Vowels and diacritics,” Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 37, 103-110.

Chleboun, S. & Hux, K. (2011). Support network responses to acquired brain injury. The Qualitative Report, 16(3).

Chleboun, S., Hux, K, & Snell, J. (2009) Changes in responsiveness when brain injury survivors with impaired consciousness hear different voices. Brain Injury, 23(2), 101-110.

DeThorne, L.S., Wolowiec Fisher, K., Hengst, J.A., & King, A. (2013). Keep your eye on the prize: implementing AAC within the broader context of communicative competence. Young Exceptional Children. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1096250613485453

Evans, K, Hux, K., Chleboun, S., Goeken, T. & Deuel-Schram, C. (2009) Persistence of brain injury misconceptions among speech-language pathology graduate students. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 36, 166-176.

King, A.M., & Fahsl, A.J. (2012). Peer-mediated activities to support social competence in children who use augmentative and alternative communication. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 45(1), 42-49.

King, A.M., Hengst, J.A., & DeThorne, L.S. (2013). Severe speech sound disorders: An integrated multimodal intervention. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 44, 195-210. doi: 10.1044/0161-1461(2012/12-0023)

Klopfenstein, M. (2009). “Interaction between prosody and intelligibility,” International Journal of Speech-Language Phonology, 11(4), 326-331.

Klopfenstein, M. & Ball, M. (2010). “An analysis of the sonority hypothesis and cluster realization in a child with phonological disorder,” Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 24(4-5), 261-270.

Lee, A., MacDonald, C., Jost, S., Benzinger, T., Chleboun, S., Brody, D., & Song, S.K. (June, 2008, conference proceedings). The use of magnetic resonance diffusion biomarkers to predict functional outcome in mild traumatic brain injury: 831. Neuosurgery, 62, 1410-1411.

Loucks, T. M. J., Shosted, R.K., De Nil, L. F., Poletto, C. J. & King, A. (2010). Coordinating voice onset with articulation: a potential role for sensory cues in shaping phonological distinctions. Phonetica, 67, 1-16. doi: 10.1159/000319378

Mac Donald, C., Lee, A., Naunheim, R., Vaishnavi, S., Epstein, A., Foster, E., Snyder, A., Chleboun, S., Shimony, J., Raichle, M., & Brody, D.L. (conference proceedings). Evaluation of anatomical and functional connections following traumatic brain injury in humans by diffusion tensor imaging and resting-state functional connectivity. Journal of Neurotrama, 25, 875.

Parthasarathy, T. (2000). In Measuring Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions in Adults, is Age a Factor? The Hearing Journal 53(8):40-46.

Parthasarathy, T. (2000). Electrophysiologic Assessment of CAPD: A Review of the Basics. The Hearing Journal 53(4):52-60.

Parthasarathy, T. (2001). Aging and Contralateral Suppression Effects on Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 12:80-85.

Parthasarathy, T., Borgsmiller, P. & Cohlan, B.(1998). Effects of Repetition Rate, Phase and Frequency on the Auditory Brainstem Response in Newborn Neonates and Adults. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 9: 134-140.

Parthasarathy, T. Bhat, V. and Malur, G (2003). Otitis Media: A primer on diagnosis and management. The Hearing Journal 56 (6):42-48.

Parthasarathy, T. & Klostermann, B. (2001). Similarities and Differences in Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions Among Four FDA approved Devices. Journal of American Academy of Audiology 12: 397-405.

Parthasarathy, T. & Malur, G. (2004): Otitis Media: Diagnosis and Management. Book Chapter in Aural Rehabilitation of People with Disabilities, Chapter 6: 131-149. Academic Press.

Parthasarathy, T. & Moushegian, G. (1993). Rate, Frequency, and Intensity Effects on Early Auditory Evoked Potentials and Binaural Interaction Component in Humans. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 4:229-237.

Rutter, B., Klopfenstein, M., Ball, M.J., and Müller, N. (2010). My client’s using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part III: Prosody and unattested sounds. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 37, 111-122.
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