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    1. Baum, SR; Pell, MD; Leonard, CL; Gordon, JK
      Using prosody to resolve temporary syntactic ambiguities in speech production: acoustic data on brain-damaged speakers

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    2. Baum, SR
      Contextual influences on phonetic identification in aphasia: The effects of speaking rate and semantic bias

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    3. Leonard, CL; Baum, SR; Pell, MD
      The effect of compressed speech on the ability of right-hemisphere-damagedpatients to use context

      CORTEX
    4. Leonard, CL; Baum, SR; Pell, MD
      Context use by right-hemisphere-damaged individuals under a compressed speech condition

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    5. Baum, SR; Leonard, CL
      The role of sound and spelling in auditory word recognition: Further evidence from brain-damaged patients

      APHASIOLOGY
    6. Pell, MD; Baum, SR; Leonard, C; Gordon, JK
      Suprasegmental correlates of phrase boundary distinctions in aphasic and nonaphasic speech

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Baum, SR
      Voicing discrimination in stop consonants by brain-damaged patients: The role of overt segmentation

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    8. Baum, SR; McFarland, DH
      Individual differences in speech adaptation to an artificial palate

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    9. Baum, SR; Pell, MD
      The neural bases of prosody: Insights from lesion studies and neuroimaging

      APHASIOLOGY
    10. Baum, SR
      Compensation for jaw fixation by aphasic patients under conditions of increased articulatory demands: a follow-up study

      APHASIOLOGY
    11. Baum, SR; Boyczuk, JP
      Speech timing subsequent to brain damage: Effects of utterance length and complexity

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    12. Boyczuk, JP; Baum, SR
      The influence of neighborhood density on phonetic categorization in aphasia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    13. Baum, SR; Leonard, CL
      Automatic versus strategic effects of phonology and orthography on auditory lexical access in brain-damaged patients as a function of inter-stimulus interval

      CORTEX
    14. LEONARD CL; BAUM SR
      ONLINE EVIDENCE FOR CONTEXT USE BY RIGHT-BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    15. PELL MD; BAUM SR; GORDON JK
      IMPLEMENTATION OF PROSODIC CUES IN THE RESOLUTION OF MINIMAL ATTACHMENT AMBIGUITIES FOLLOWING BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Brain and language (Print)
    16. BAUM SR; LEONARD CL
      THE EFFECTS OF PHONOLOGY AND ORTHOGRAPHY ON AUDITORY LEXICAL ACCESS IN BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS AS A FUNCTION OF INTERSTIMULUS-INTERVAL

      Brain and language (Print)
    17. BAUM SR
      ANTICIPATORY COARTICULATION IN APHASIA - EFFECTS OF UTTERANCE COMPLEXITY

      Brain and language (Print)
    18. BAUM SR
      THE ROLE OF FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY AND DURATION IN THE PERCEPTION OF LINGUISTIC STRESS BY INDIVIDUALS WITH BRAIN-DAMAGE

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    19. BAUM SR; PELL MD
      PRODUCTION OF AFFECTIVE AND LINGUISTIC PROSODY BY BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Aphasiology
    20. LEONARD CL; BAUM SR
      THE INFLUENCE OF PHONOLOGICAL AND ORTHOGRAPHIC INFORMATION ON AUDITORY LEXICAL ACCESS IN BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS - A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION

      Aphasiology
    21. BAUM SR
      PHONOLOGICAL, SEMANTIC, AND MEDIATED PRIMING IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    22. BOYCZUK J; BAUM SR
      LEXICAL AND NEIGHBORHOOD INFLUENCES ON PHONETIC PERCEPTION IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    23. BAUM SR; PELL MD; LEONARD CL; GORDON JK
      THE ABILITY OF LEFT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED AND RIGHT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS TO PERCEIVE AND PRODUCE PROSODIC CUES MARKING PHRASE BOUNDARIES

      Brain and language
    24. LEONARD CL; BAUM SR
      CONTEXT EFFECTS IN RIGHT BRAIN-DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS - SOME ONLINE EVIDENCE

      Brain and language
    25. PELL MD; BAUM SR
      UNILATERAL BRAIN-DAMAGE, PROSODIC COMPREHENSION DEFICITS, AND THE ACOUSTIC CUES TO PROSODY

      Brain and language
    26. PELL MD; BAUM SR
      THE ABILITY TO PERCEIVE AND COMPREHEND INTONATION IN LINGUISTIC AND AFFECTIVE CONTEXTS BY BRAIN-DAMAGED ADULTS

      Brain and language
    27. BAUM SR; KIM JA; KATZ WF
      COMPENSATION FOR JAW FIXATION BY APHASIC PATIENTS

      Brain and language
    28. BAUM SR; PELL MD; LEONARD CL; GORDON JK
      THE ABILITY OF RIGHT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED AND LEFT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED INDIVIDUALS TO PRODUCE AND INTERPRET PROSODIC CUES MARKING PHRASAL BOUNDARIES

      Language and Speech
    29. BAUM SR; MCFARLAND DH
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH ADAPTATION TO AN ARTIFICIAL PALATE

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    30. BAUM SR; LEONARD CL
      PHONOLOGICAL AND ORTHOGRAPHIC EFFECTS IN AUDITORY LEXICAL ACCESS IN BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Brain and cognition
    31. BOURQUE MA; BAUM SR
      LEXICAL ORGANIZATION IN COMPOUND VERSUS SUBORDINATE BILINGUALS - IS THERE A DIFFERENCE

      Brain and cognition
    32. BAUM SR
      THE PROCESSING OF MORPHOLOGY AND SYNTAX IN APHASIA - A TEST OF THE FAST DECAY AND SLOW ACTIVATION HYPOTHESES

      Aphasiology
    33. BAUM SR
      FRICATIVE PRODUCTION IN APHASIA - EFFECTS OF SPEAKING RATE

      Brain and language
    34. BAUM SR; MCFARLAND DH; DIAB M
      COMPENSATION TO ARTICULATORY PERTURBATION - PERCEPTUAL DATA

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    35. MCFARLAND DH; BAUM SR; CHABOT C
      SPEECH COMPENSATION TO STRUCTURAL MODIFICATIONS OF THE ORAL CAVITY

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    36. GORDON J; BAUM SR
      RHYME PRIMING IN APHASIA - THE ROLE OF PHONOLOGY IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Brain and cognition
    37. MCFARLAND DH; BAUM SR
      INCOMPLETE COMPENSATION TO ARTICULATORY PERTURBATION

      The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
    38. OUELLETTE GP; BAUM SR
      ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF PROSODIC CUES IN LEFT-HEMISPHERE AND RIGHT-HEMISPHERE-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Aphasiology
    39. GORDON JK; BAUM SR
      RHYME PRIMING IN APHASIA - THE ROLE OF PHONOLOGY IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Brain and language
    40. PELL MD; BAUM SR
      DOES UNILATERAL BRAIN-DAMAGE PRODUCE A SYSTEMATIC MISUSE OF THE ACOUSTIC CUES TO PROSODY

      Brain and language
    41. BAUM SR; KIM J; KATZ WF
      ADAPTATION TO ARTICULATORY PERTURBATION BY FLUENT AND NONFLUENT APHASIC PATIENTS

      Brain and language
    42. BAUM SR
      ACQUIRED APHASIA, 2ND EDITION - SARNO,MT

      Brain and language
    43. WALDSTEIN RS; BAUM SR
      PERCEPTION OF COARTICULATORY CUES IN THE SPEECH OF CHILDREN WITH PROFOUND HEARING-LOSS AND CHILDREN WITH NORMAL-HEARING

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    44. BAUM SR; SLATKOVSKY K
      PHONEMIC FALSE EVALUATION - PRELIMINARY DATA FROM A CONDUCTION APHASIA PATIENT

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    45. BAUM SR
      PROCESSING OF CENTER-EMBEDDED AND RIGHT-BRANCHING RELATIVE CLAUSE SENTENCES BY NORMAL ELDERLY INDIVIDUALS

      Applied psycholinguistics
    46. BAUM SR
      AN ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF RATE OF SPEECH EFFECTS ON VOWEL PRODUCTION INAPHASIA

      Brain and language
    47. BAUM SR; RYAN L
      RATE OF SPEECH EFFECTS IN APHASIA - VOICE ONSET TIME

      Brain and language


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