Faculty Research and Creative Activity

 
This collection highlights the research and creative activity of the Department of Communication Disorders & Sciences at Eastern Illinois University.

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Submissions from 2011

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Lenition, Naomi Gurevich

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Articulation rate and its relationship to disfluency type, duration, and temperament in preschool children who stutter, Victoria Tumanova, Patricia M. Zebrowski, Rebecca Throneburg, and Mavis E. Kulak Kayikci

Submissions from 2001

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DURATIONAL, PROPORTIONATE, AND ABSOLUTE FREQUENCY CHARACTERISTICS OF DISFLUENCIES: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY REGARDING PERSISTENCE AND RECOVERY, Rebecca Throneburg and Ehud Yairi

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Classroom Teachers and Speech Therapists Collaborating to Improve Listening and Reading Comprehension, Lynn Calvert, Rebecca Throneburg, Megan Grimaldi, Pamela Paul, and Janice Althoff

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A critique of markedness-based theories in Phonology, Naomi Gurevich

Submissions from 2000

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Reduplication in Southern Paiute and correspondence theory, Naomi Gurevich

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A Comparison of Service Delivery Models: Effects on Curricular Vocabulary Skills in the School Setting, Rebecca Throneburg, Lynn K. Calvert, Jennifer J. Sturm, Alexis A. Paramboukas, and Pamela J. Paul

Submissions from 1996

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PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF PERSISTENCE AND RECOVERY: PATHWAYS OF CHILDHOOD STUTTERING, Ehud Yairi, Nicoline G. Ambrose, Elaine P. Paden, and Rebecca Throneburg

Submissions from 1995

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A special case of second language acquisition: NthLA, Naomi Gurevich

Submissions from 1994

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Relation between phonologic difficulty and the occurrence of disfluencies in the early stage of stuttering, Rebecca Throneburg, Ehud Yairi, and Elaine P. Paden

Submissions from 1993

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The Early Months of Stuttering: A Developmental Study, Rebecca Throneburg, Ehud Yairi, and Nicoline Grinager Ambrose