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Phonological knowledge in typical and atypical speech-sound development. Topics in Language Disorders. 25(3),(2005).
Sensorimotor maps and vowel development in English, Greek, and Korean: A cross-linguistic perceptual categorization study.(2010).
Deconstructing phonetic transcription: Covert contrast, perceptual bias, and an extraterrestrial view of Vox Humana. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetic. 24(4-5),(2010).
An exploration of methods for rating children's productions of sibilant fricatives. Speech, Language, and Hearing. 19(1), 36-45.(2016).
Variability in /s/ production in children and adults: evidence from dynamic measures of spectral mean. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 47(1),(2004).
Lavender lessons learned, or, what sexuality can teach us about phonetic variation. American Speech. 86(1),(2011).
The sequential cueing effect in children's speech production. Applied Psycholinguistics. 26,(2005).
Perceptual learning in phonological impairment: Evidence from a long-term repetition priming experiment.(2006).
An acoustic analysis of /æ/ variation and its relationship to perceived sexual orientation in American English.(2009).
Levels of phonological abstraction and knowledge of socially motivated speech-sound variation: a review, a proposal, and a commentary on the Papers by Clopper, Pierrehumbert, and Tamati; Drager; Foulkes; Mack; and Smith, Hall, and Munson. Journal of Laboratory Phonology. 1(1),(2010).
The influence of multiple presentations on judgments of children's phonetic accuracy. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 13(4),(2004).
Measuring Speech-Sound Learning Using Visual Analog Scaling. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education. 19,(2012).
Assessment of phonetic skills in children 3: Fidelity of responses under different levels of task delay.(2008).
Relationships between nonword repetition accuracy and other measures of linguistic development in children with phonological disorders. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 84(1),(2005).