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  Issue Date First Author Title  
51-7 5/19/2015 Angela M. Dietsch, PhD Perceptual and instrumental assessments of orofacial muscle tone in dysarthric and normal speakers  
51-3 4/3/2015 Diane Kendall, PhD Anomia treatment platform as behavioral engine for use in research on physiological adjuvants to neurorehabilitation  
50-6 12/19/2013 Alexander K. Ommaya, ScD Opportunities in rehabilitation research  
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
48-7 8/31/2011 At a Glance Agns Dupret-Bories, MD Development of surgical protocol for implantation of tracheal prostheses in sheep
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Edmund F. LoPresti, PhD Performance testing of collision-avoidance system for power wheelchairs
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Robert L. Folmer, PhD Audiometric thresholds and prevalence of tinnitus among male veterans in the United States: Data from the Nationa lHealth and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2006
47-7 10/10/2010 At a Glance Catriona M. Steele, PhD Pressure profile similarities between tongue resistance training tasks and liquid swallows
47-7 10/10/2010 At a Glance M. Samantha Lewis, PhD Audiometric hearing status of individuals with and without multiple sclerosis
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance David L. Woods, PhD Measuring consonant identification in nonsense syllables, words, and sentences
46-5 10/13/2009   James A. Henry, PhD Auditory test result characteristics of subjects with and without tinnitus
46-5 10/13/2009   David Gnewikow, PhD; Real-world benefit from directional microphone hearing aids
46-2 1/1/2009   Karen Wheeler-Hegland, PhD Evidence-based systematic review:Oropharyngeal dysphagia behavioral treatments. Part VApplications for clinicians and researchers
46-2 1/1/2009   Daniel McCabe, DMA Evidence-based systematic review: Oropharyngeal dysphagia behavioral treatments. Part IVImpact of dysphagia treatment on individuals postcancer treatments
46-2 1/1/2009   Karen Wheeler-Hegland, PhD Evidence-based systematic review: Oropharyngeal dysphagia behavioral treatments.Part IIImpact of dysphagia treatment on normal swallow function
46-2 1/1/2009   Tobi Frymark, MA Evidence-based practice and speech-language pathology
45-9 1/1/2008   Marcia C. Linebarger, PhD Building on residual speech: A portable processing prosthesis for aphasia
45-5 1/1/2008   Christopher Turner, PhD Integration of acoustic and electrical hearing
45-5 1/1/2008   Graeme M. Clark Personal reflections on the multichannel cochlear implant and a view of the future
45-5 1/1/2008   Blake S. Wilson Cochlear implants: Current designs and future possibilities
45-5 1/1/2008   Jill B. Firszt, PhD Restoring hearing symmetry with two cochlear implants or one cochlear implant and a contralateral hearing aid
45-5 1/1/2008   Ward R. Drennan, PhD Music perception in cochlear implant users and its relationship with psychophysical capabilities
45-5 1/1/2008   Stephen J. Rebscher, MA Considerations for design of future cochlear implant electrode arrays: Electrode array stiffness, size, and depth of insertion
44-3 1/1/2007   Julie L. Wambaugh, PhD Application of semantic feature analysis to retrieval of action names in aphasia
43-3 5/1/2006   Diane L. Kendall, PhD Influence of intensive phonomotor rehabilitation on apraxia of speech
43-3 5/1/2006   John C. Rosenbek, PhD Effects of two treatments for aprosodia secondary to acquired brain injury
43-3 5/1/2006   Anastasia Raymer, PhD Word-retrieval treatment in aphasia: Effects of sentence context
43-3 5/1/2006   Beth L. Macauley, PhD, CCC-SLP, HPCS Animal-assisted therapy for persons with aphasia: A pilot study
43-3 5/1/2006   Diane L. Kendall, PhD Treatability of different components of aphasiaInsights from a case study
43-3 5/1/2006   Mae Fern Schroeder, BA Clinical and cognitive predictors of swallowing recovery in stroke
42-6 11/1/2005   Charles Ellis, PhD Recovery of cohesion in narrative discourse after left-hemisphere stroke
42-4s 7/1/2005   Jeffrey S. Martin, MA Some effects of aging on central auditory processing
42-4s 7/1/2005   Sandra Gordon-Salant, PhD Hearing loss and aging: New research findings and clinical implications
42-4s 7/1/2005   Stephen A. Fausti, PhD Hearing health and care: The need for improved hearing loss prevention
and hearing conservation practices
42-4s 7/1/2005   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Speech signals used to evaluate functional status of the auditory system
42-4s 7/1/2005   Arlene C. Neuman, PhD Central auditory system plasticity and aural rehabilitation of adults
42-3 5/1/2005   Prasad D. Polur, PhD Effect of high-frequency spectral components in computer recognition of dysarthric speech based on a Mel-cepstral stochastic model
42-2 3/1/2005   John W. Piefer Guest Editorial: Mobile wireless technologies for rehabilitation and independence
42-1 1/1/2005   Tanya L. Eadie, PhD Quality of life in male tracheoesophageal (TE) speakers
42-1 1/1/2005   Susan A. Leon, MA Active treatments for aprosodia secondary to right hemisphere stroke
41-5 9/1/2004   Heidi Horstmann Koester, PhD Usage, performance, and satisfaction outcomes for experienced users of automatic speech recognition
40-4 7/1/2003   Richard H. Wilson, PhD A word-recognition task in multitalker babble using a descending presentation mode from 24 dB to 0 dB signal to babble
40-4 7/1/2003   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Learning effects associated with repeated word-recognition measures using sentence materials
39-5 9/1/2002   Nancy E. Vaughan, PhD Time-expanded speech and speech recognition in older adults
39-4 7/1/2002   Katherine Richards, MS Activation of intentional mechanisms through utilization of nonsymbolic movements in aphasia rehabilitation
39-4 7/1/2002   Julie L. Wambaugh, PhD Effects of two lexical retrieval cueing treatments on action naming in aphasia
39-1 1/1/2002   Richard H. Wilson, PhD Northwestern University Auditory Test No. 6 in multi-talker babble: A preliminary report
37-5 9/1/2000   Anne Strouse, PhD The effect of filtering and inter-digit interval on the recognition of dichotic digits
37-1 1/1/2000   Mindy L. Aisen, M.D. Creativity, Collaboration, and Cooperation
34-3 7/1/1997   Philip C. Doyle, PhD Dysarthric speech : A comparison of computerized speech recognition and listener intelligibility
32-2 5/1/1995   Gowtham Jayaram, MS Experiments in dysarthric speech recognition using artificial neural networks
25-4 11/1/1988   Lynne E. Bernstein, PhD Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
1. Overview and aims
25-4 11/1/1988   James J. Mahshie, PhD Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
III. Preliminary observations in the clinic and childrens' homes
25-4 11/1/1988   James B. Ferguson, MS Speech training aids for hearing-impaired individuals:
II. Configuration of the Johns Hopkins aids
25-3 8/1/1988   Krzysztof Izdlbski, FK, MA, PhD, CCC Speech restoration post-pharyngolaryngoesophagectomy using
tracheogastric fistula
25-2 5/1/1988   Felice L. Loverso, PhD Cueing verbs : A treatment strategy for aphasic adults
(CVT)
24-4 11/1/1987   Allen A. Montgomery, PhD The effects of increasing consonant/vowel intensity ratio
on speech loudness