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Kim, H. (2016).  Acquisition of the /r/-/w/ Contrast by Preschool Children. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon Kim2016MScThesis.pdf (2.54 MB)
Li, F., & Munson B. (2016).  The development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Putonghua-speaking children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 59(4), 699-712.PDF icon PDF of accepted manuscript (446.26 KB)
Venker, C., Haebig E., Saffran J. R., Edwards J. R., & Weismer S. Ellis (2016).  Early lexical comprehension in young children with ASD: Comparing looking-while-listening and parent report. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. PDF icon PDF of online paper (773.93 KB)
Eitel, E. A. (2016).  The Effect of Quality and Quantity of Linguistic Input and Maternal Education Level on Vocabulary Development. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon Eitel2016MScThesis.pdf (1.17 MB)
Hatch, R. (2016).  Effect of vowel context on the accuracy of sibilant fricative production in children with cochlear implants as compared to normal hearing peers. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon PDF of Thesis (1.03 MB)
Kramer, C. (2016).  Effects of Age, Vocabulary Size, and Speech Perception on Fricative Differentiation. Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. BA,
Munson, B., & Carlson K. Urberg (2016).  An exploration of methods for rating children's productions of sibilant fricatives. Speech, Language, and Hearing. 19(1), 36-45.PDF icon PDF of accepted manuscript (515.32 KB)
Erskine, M. E. (2016).  Factors Underlying Phonological Awareness Development in Preschool Children. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon PDF of thesis (1.91 MB)
Blackman, A. (2016).  The influence of vocabulary size on the acquisition of the /r/-/w/ contrast: acoustic and perceptual analyses. Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. BA,
Plummer, A. R., & Beckman M. E. (2016).  Modeling the evolution of vowel systems in phylogeny, ontogeny, and language speciation. Martin Luther King Linguistics Symposium. PDF icon Slides.pdf (2.6 MB)
Zhang, J. (2016).  Nonsibilant fricative acquisition by bilingual Guoyu-Taiwanese Southern Min children. Linguistics. MA, PDF icon PDF of thesis (1.21 MB)
Edwards, J. R., & Rosin P. (2016).  A pre-kindergarten curriculum supplement for enhancing Mainstream American English knowledge in non-mainstream American English speakers. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 47, 113-122.PDF icon PDF of article (293.01 KB)
Revai, D. (2016).  Production and perception of stop contrasts in children with normal hearing and with cochlear implants. Communication Sciences and Disorders. PDF icon PDF of presentation (2.01 MB)
Johnson, A. A. (2016).  Quantifying Robustness of the /t/-/k/ Contrast in Children and Adults. Communication Sciences and Disorders. MSc, PDF icon PDF of thesis (2.12 MB)
Munson, O. (2016).  Relationships among quality and quantity of caregiver input and vocabulary size in 3-year-old children from diverse backgrounds. Communication Sciences and Disorders. BA, PDF icon PDF of poster (620.99 KB)
Reidy, P.. F. (2016).  Spectral dynamics of sibilant fricatives are contrastive and language specific. J Acoust Soc Am. 140(4):2518–2529, PDF icon Reidy2016-JASA.pdf (609.72 KB)
Ganser, E. (2016).  Stop consonant voicing in young children's speech: Evidence from a cross-sectional study. Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. MA, PDF icon PDF of thesis (1.56 MB)
Law, II, F., Mahr T., Schneeberg A., & Edwards J. R. (2016).  Vocabulary size and auditory word recognition in preschool children. Applied Psycholinguistics. PDF icon PDF of article (1.04 MB)