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Papers in which CP was cited

  1. Baker, E., Van Doorn, J., & Reed, V. (1997). The efficacy of phonological intervention: A case study of treatment outcomes. Paper presented at Conference of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia, March 14, 1997, Canberra.
  2. Channell, R. (2003) Automated Developmental Sentence Scoring using Computerized Profiling software. Am J Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 3, 369-375
  3. Chapman KL, Graham KT, Gooch J, et al. Conversational skills of preschool and school-age children with cleft lip and palate. Cleft Palate-Cran J 35: (6) 503-516 Nov 1998
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  5. Cochran PS, Masterson JJ Not Using A Computer In Language Assessment Intervention - In Defense Of The Reluctant Clinician Lang Speech Hear Ser 26: (3) 213-222 Jul 1995
  6. Fey ME, Cleave PL, Long SH, et al. 2 Approaches To The Facilitation Of Grammar In Children With Language Impairment - An Experimental Evaluation J Speech Hear Res 36: (1) 141-157 Feb 1993
  7. Fey ME, Cleave PL, Ravida AI, et al. Effect Of Grammar Facilitation On The Phonological Performance Of Children With Speech And Language Impairments J Speech Hear Res 37: (3) 594-607 Jun 1994
  8. Hargrove PM, Frerichs J, Heino K A format for identifying interactions among measures of communication skills: A case study. Lang Speech Hear Ser 30: (1) 11-25 Jan 1999
  9. Holdgrafer G Comparison Of 2 Methods For Scoring Syntactic Complexity Percept Motor Skill 81: (2) 498-498 Oct 1995
  10. Holdgrafer G Language Abilities Of Neurologically Normal And Suspect Preterm Children Now In Preschool Percept Motor Skill 80: (3) 1251-1262 Part 2 Jun 1995
  11. Holdgrafer G Relationships Among Language Domains In Preterm Children Percept Motor Skill 81: (1) 305-306 Aug 1995
  12. Holdgrafer G Syntactic Abilities Of Neurologically Normal And Suspect Preterm Children Percept Motor Skill 83: (2) 615-618 Oct 1996
  13. Hooper, S. & McLeod, S. (1999). The impact of speech production variability on phonological analysis. In S. McLeod & L. McAllister (Eds.) Proceedings of the 1999 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference (Sydney) (pp. 66-73). Melbourne: Speech Pathology Australia.
  14. Hughes DL, Fey ME, Long SH Development Sentence Scoring - Still Useful After All These Years Top Lang Disord 12: (2) 1-12 Feb 1992
  15. James, D. (1997). Children's acquisition of polysyllabic words in the age range of 5 to 7 years. Paper presented at Conference of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia, March 14, 1997, Canberra.
  16. James, D., van Doorn, J., McLeod, S. (1998). Children's acquisition of polysyllabic words in the age range of 5 to 7 years: The use of metathesis. Proceedings of the First Asia Pacific Conference on Speech Language and Hearing, Hong Kong, October 1-3.
  17. James, D., van Doorn, J. & McLeod, S. (2001). Vowel production in mono-, di-and poly-syllabi words in children 3;0 to 7;11 years. In L. Wilson & S. Hewat (Eds.). Proceedings of the 2001 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference. (pp. 127-136). Melbourne: Speech Pathology Australia.
  18. James, D., van Doorn, J., McLeod, S. (2002). Segment production in mono-, di- and polysyllabic words in children aged 3-7 years. In F. Windsor, L. Kelly & N. Hewlett (Eds.) Themes in Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, (pp. 287 - 298). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  19. Laing, S. P. (2003). Assessment of phonology in preschool African American Vernacular English speakers using an alternate response mode. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12(3), 273-281.
  20. Logan KJ, Conture EG Length, Grammatical Complexity, And Rate Differences In Stuttered And Fluent Conversational Utterances Of Children Who Stutter J Fluency Disord 20: (1) 35-61 Mar 1995
  21. Logan KJ, Conture EG. Selected temporal, grammatical, and phonological characteristics of conversational utterances produced by children who stutter. J Speech Lang Hear R 40: (1) 107-120 Feb 1997
  22. Logan KJ, LaSalle LR Grammatical characteristics of children's conversational utterances that contain disfluency clusters. J Speech Lang Hear R 42: (1) 80-91 Feb 1999
  23. McCabe P, Rosenthal JB, McLeod S. Features of developmental dyspraxia in the general speech-impaired population? Clin Linguist Phonet 12: (2) 105-126 Mar-Apr 1998
  24. McLeod, S. & Van Doorn, J. (1997). Australian 2 year olds' productions of consonant clusters in spontaneous speech. Paper presented at Conference of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia, March 14, 1997, Canberra.
  25. McLeod, S., van Doorn, J., Reed, V. A. (1997). Realisations of consonant clusters by children with phonological impairment. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 11, 85-113.
  26. McLeod, S., van Doorn, J., Reed, V. A. (2002). Typological description of the normal acquisition of consonant clusters. In F. Windsor, L. Kelly & N. Hewlett (Eds.) Themes in Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics, (pp. 185 - 200). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  27. McLeod, S., van Doorn, J., Reed, V. A. (2001). Consonant cluster development in two-year-olds: General trends and individual difference. Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research, 44, 1144-1171.
  28. Mentis M, Lundgren K Effects Of Prenatal Exposure To Cocaine And Associated Risk-Factors On Language-Development J Speech Hear Res 38: (6) 1303-1318 Dec 1995
  29. Muir NY, Allard GB, Greenberg C. Oral language development in a child with Floating-Harbor syndrome. Lang Speech Hear Ser 30: (2) 207-211 Apr 1999
  30. Pye C The Childes Project - Tools For Analyzing Talk - Macwhinney,B Language 70: (1) 156-159 Mar 1994
  31. Stuchbury, S., McLeod, S. & van Doorn, J. (1999). Two-year-old's consonant clusters: Normal versus impaired development. In S. McLeod & L. McAllister (Eds.) Proceedings of the 1999 Speech Pathology Australia National Conference (Sydney) (pp. 74-81). Melbourne: Speech Pathology Australia.
  32. Syrmis, M., Keating, D., & McMahon, S. (1997). Prioritisation of subgroups of children with speech disorders: Future directions for clinicians. Paper presented at Conference of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia, March 14, 1997, Canberra.
  33. Watkins RV, Kelly DJ, Harbers HM, et al. Measuring Childrens Lexical Diversity - Differentiating Typical And Impaired Language Learners J Speech Hear Res 38: (6) 1349-1355 Dec 1995
  34. Watson MM, Hiipakka J Consistency Of Use Of Phonological Processes By A Sample Of Educable Mentally Impaired Children Percept Motor Skill 74: (1) 211-218 Feb 1992
  35. Watson MM, Martineau D, Hughes D Vowel Use Of Phonologically Disordered Identical Twin Boys - A Case-Study Percept Motor Skill 79: (3) 1587-1597 Part 2 Dec 1994
  36. Zebrowski PM, Weiss AL, Savelkoul EM, et al. The Effect Of Maternal Rate Reduction On The Stuttering, Speech Rates And Linguistic Productions Of Children Who Stutter: Evidence From Individual Dyads Clin Linguist Phonet 10: (3) 189-206 Jul-Sep 1996

 

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