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    1. Oomen, CCE; Postma, A
      Effects of divided attention on the production of filled pauses and repetitions

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Jennische, M; Sedin, G
      Spontaneous speech at 61/2 years of age in children who required neonatal intensive care in 1986-1989

      ACTA PAEDIATRICA
    3. Brennan, SE; Schober, MF
      How listeners compensate for disfluencies in spontaneous speech

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    4. Raymer, AM
      Acquired language disorders

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    5. Armstrong, E
      Connecting lexical patterns of verb usage with discourse meanings in aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    6. Bastiaanse, R; Bol, G
      Verb inflection and verb diversity in three populations: Agrammatic speakers, normally developing children, and children with specific language impairment (SLI)

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Bortfeld, H; Leon, SD; Bloom, JE; Schober, MF; Brennan, SE
      Disfluency rates in conversation: Effects of age, relationship, topic, role, and gender

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    8. Noth, E; Batliner, A; Kiessling, A; Kompe, R; Niemann, H
      VERBMOBIL: The use of prosody in the linguistic components of a speech understanding system

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SPEECH AND AUDIO PROCESSING
    9. Siu, MH; Ostendorf, M
      Variable n-grams and extensions for conversational speech language modeling

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SPEECH AND AUDIO PROCESSING
    10. Radeau, M; Morais, J; Mousty, P; Bertelson, P
      The effect of speaking rate on the role of the uniqueness point in spoken word recognition

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    11. Bard, EG; Anderson, AH; Sotillo, C; Aylett, M; Doherty-Sneddon, G; Newlands, A
      Controlling the intelligibility of referring expressions in dialogue

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    12. Armstrong, E
      Aphasic discourse analysis: The story so far

      APHASIOLOGY
    13. Nakagawa, S; Kogure, S; Itoh, T
      A semantic interpreter and a cooperative response generator for a robust spoken dialogue system

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PATTERN RECOGNITION AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    14. Nikonov, AV; Belovol, EV
      The correlation of formal-dynamic qualities of individuality and acoustic parameters of speech

      PSIKHOLOGICHESKII ZHURNAL
    15. Hwang, B; Hughes, C
      The effects of social interactive training on early social communicative skills of children with autism

      JOURNAL OF AUTISM AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
    16. Howell, P; Au-Yeung, J; Sackin, S
      Internal structure of content words leading to lifespan differences in phonological difficulty in stuttering

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    17. Bird, H; Ralph, MAL; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The rise and fall of frequency and imageability: Noun and verb production in semantic dementia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    18. Rochon, E; Saffran, EM; Berndt, RS; Schwartz, MF
      Quantitative analysis of aphasic sentence production: Further development and new data

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    19. Ruigendijk, E; van Zonneveld, R; Bastiaanse, R
      Case assignment in agrammatism

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    20. Yaruss, JS
      Utterance length, syntactic complexity, and childhood stuttering

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    21. Howell, P; Au-Yeung, J; Sackin, S
      Exchange of stuttering from function words to content words with age

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    22. Riley, M; Byrne, W; Finke, M; Khudanpur, S; Ljolje, A; McDonough, J; Nock, H; Saraclar, M; Wooters, C; Zavaliagkos, G
      Stochastic pronunciation modelling from hand-labelled phonetic corpora

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    23. Fukada, T; Yoshimura, T; Sagisaka, Y
      Automatic generation of multiple pronunciations based on neural networks

      SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    24. Kormos, J
      Monitoring and self-repair in L2

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    25. Beattie, G; Coughlan, J
      An experimental investigation of the role of iconic gestures in lexical access using the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Howell, P; Au-Yeung, J; Pilgrim, L
      Utterance rate and linguistic properties as determinants of lexical dysfluencies in children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    27. Kemmerer, D
      Is syntax based on spatial image schemas in the inferior parietal cortex? Evidence against Deane's parietal hypothesis

      COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
    28. JENNISCHE M; SEDIN G
      SPEECH AND LANGUAGE-SKILLS IN CHILDREN WHO REQUIRED NEONATAL INTENSIVE-CARE - I - SPONTANEOUS SPEECH AT 6.5 YEARS OF AGE

      Acta paediatrica
    29. SWERTS M
      FILLED PAUSES AS MARKERS OF DISCOURSE STRUCTURE

      Journal of pragmatics
    30. GORDON JK
      THE FLUENCY DIMENSION IN APHASIA

      Aphasiology
    31. BASTIAANSE R; EDWARDS S
      DIVERSITY IN APHASIOLOGY - A CRISIS IN PRACTICE OR A PROBLEM OF DEFINITION

      Aphasiology
    32. EDWARDS S; BASTIAANSE R
      DIVERSITY IN THE LEXICAL AND SYNTACTIC ABILITIES OF FLUENT APHASIC SPEAKERS

      Aphasiology
    33. BATLINER A; KOMPE R; KIESSLING A; MAST M; NIEMANN H; NOTH E
      M = SYNTAX PLUS PROSODY - A SYNTACTIC-PROSODIC LABELING SCHEME FOR LARGE SPONTANEOUS SPEECH DATABASES

      Speech communication
    34. NAESER MA; PALUMBO CL; PRETE MN; FITZPATRICK PM; MIMURA M; SAMARAWEERA R; ALBERT ML
      VISIBLE CHANGES IN LESION BORDERS ON CT SCAN AFTER 5 YEARS POSTSTROKE, AND LONG-TERM RECOVERY IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    35. Kenny, OP; Nelson, DJ; Bodenschatz, JS; McMonagle, H
      Assessing the performance of three methods for separating non-spontaneous and spontaneous speech through simulation

      SIMULATION
    36. BEATTIE G; COUGHLAN J
      DO ICONIC GESTURES HAVE A FUNCTIONAL-ROLE IN LEXICAL ACCESS - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF REPEATING A VERBAL MESSAGE ON GESTUREPRODUCTION

      Semiotica
    37. LICKLEY RJ; BARD EG
      WHEN CAN LISTENERS DETECT DISFLUENCY IN SPONTANEOUS SPEECH

      Language and Speech
    38. Koiso, H; Shimojima, A; Katagiri, Y
      Collaborative signaling of informational structures by dynamic speech rate

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    39. Shriberg, E; Bates, R; Stolcke, A; Taylor, P; Jurafsky, D; Ries, K; Coccaro, N; Martin, R; Meteer, M; van Ess-Dykema, C
      Can prosody aid the automatic classification of dialog acts in conversational speech?

      LANGUAGE AND SPEECH
    40. AUYEUNG J; HOWELL P; PILGRIM L
      PHONOLOGICAL WORDS AND STUTTERING ON FUNCTION WORDS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    41. MURRAY LL; HOLLAND AL; BEESON PM
      SPOKEN LANGUAGE OF INDIVIDUALS WITH MILD FLUENT APHASIA UNDER FOCUSEDAND DIVIDED-ATTENTION CONDITIONS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    42. HALL LJ
      EFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES FOR THE DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS OF AUTISM

      Behaviour change
    43. LAAN GPM
      THE CONTRIBUTION OF INTONATION, SEGMENTAL DURATIONS, AND SPECTRAL FEATURES TO THE PERCEPTION OF A SPONTANEOUS AND A READ SPEAKING STYLE

      Speech communication
    44. ROSS ED; THOMPSON RD; YENKOSKY J
      LATERALIZATION OF AFFECTIVE PROSODY IN BRAIN AND THE CALLOSAL INTEGRATION OF HEMISPHERIC LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS

      Brain and language
    45. SILVERMAN SW; RATNER NB
      SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY, FLUENCY, AND ACCURACY OF SENTENCE IMITATION IN ADOLESCENTS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    46. ROMERO B; KURZ A
      DETERIORATION OF SPONTANEOUS SPEECH IN AD PATIENTS DURING A 1-YEAR FOLLOW-UP - HOMOGENEITY OF PROFILES AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PROGRESSION

      Dementia
    47. GROSJEAN F
      GATING

      Language and cognitive processes
    48. BARD EG; SOTILLO C; ANDERSON AH; THOMPSON HS; TAYLOR MM
      THE DCIEM MAP TASK CORPUS - SPONTANEOUS DIALOGUE UNDER SLEEP-DEPRIVATION AND DRUG-TREATMENT

      Speech communication
    49. YAEGERDROR M
      REGISTER AS A VARIABLE IN PROSODIC ANALYSIS - THE CASE OF THE ENGLISHNEGATIVE

      Speech communication
    50. EDWARDS S
      PROFILING FLUENT APHASIC SPONTANEOUS SPEECH - A COMPARISON OF 2 METHODOLOGIES

      European journal of disorders of communication
    51. BROWN A; DOCHERTY GJ
      PHONETIC VARIATION IN DYSARTHRIC SPEECH AS A FUNCTION OF SAMPLING TASK

      European journal of disorders of communication
    52. KUMAMOTO T; ITO A; EBINA T
      DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN ADVISORY DIALOG DATABASE

      IEICE transactions on information and systems
    53. GLASS J; FLAMMIA G; GOODINE D; PHILLIPS M; POLIFRONI J; SAKAI S; SENEFF S; ZUE V
      MULTILINGUAL SPOKEN-LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING IN THE MIT VOYAGER SYSTEM

      Speech communication
    54. KARNIOL R
      STUTTERING, LANGUAGE, AND COGNITION - A REVIEW AND A MODEL OF STUTTERING AS SUPRASEGMENTAL SENTENCE PLAN ALIGNMENT (SPA)

      Psychological bulletin
    55. WINKWORTH AL; DAVIS PJ; ADAMS RD; ELLIS E
      BREATHING PATTERNS DURING SPONTANEOUS SPEECH

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    56. FOULIN JN
      PAUSES AND RATES - THE TEMPORAL PARAMETER S OF WRITING

      Annee Psychologique
    57. TAKEBAYASHI Y; KANAZAWA H; NAGATA Y; SETO S
      SPEAKER-INDEPENDENT SPONTANEOUS SPEECH DIALOG SYSTEM TOSBURG-II USINGMULTIMODAL RESPONSE AND SPEECH RESPONSE CANCELLATION

      Electronics and communications in Japan. Part 3, Fundamental electronic science
    58. SETO S; KANAZAWA H; SHINCHI H; TAKEBAYASHI Y
      SPONTANEOUS SPEECH DIALOG SYSTEM TOSBURG-II AND ITS EVALUATION

      Speech communication
    59. DEWAELE JM
      EVALUATION OF THE INTERPRETED TEXT - ON W HAT DO THE NATIVE SPEAKERS BASE IT

      Meta
    60. SPITZER M; BEUCKERS J; BEYER S; MAIER S; HERMLE L
      CONTEXTUAL INSENSITIVITY IN THOUGHT DISORDERED SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS- EVIDENCE FROM PAUSES IN SPONTANEOUS SPEECH

      Language and Speech
    61. ROSSI M
      A MODEL FOR PREDICTING THE PROSODY OF SPONTANEOUS SPEECH (PPSS MODEL)

      Speech communication
    62. NICHOLAS ML; HELMESTABROOKS N; WARDLONERGAN J; MORGAN AR
      EVOLUTION OF SEVERE APHASIA IN THE 1ST 2 YEARS POST ONSET

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation


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