Communication Disorders: Theses 1995+
1327 Czahor, Alexandra. Native and nonnative speakers' perception of syllable initial voiced stop consonants in three contexts : non-manipulated, edited to remove VOT and edited to remove formant transitions. 2010
1307 Caffey, Lauren. The effect of book genre on complex language use during sharded storybook interactions. 2008.
1296 Barbarick, Jamie M. The social and educational perceptions of adults and children based on reading prosody and accuracy. 2007.
1253 Sucher, Kathryne Anne. The effects of syntactic complexity and state of disease on language comprehension in persons with dementia of the Alzheimer's type. 2005.
1237 Bertel, Stephanie Nicole. Hand-over-hand manipulation versus modeling: a comparison of two methods of training American sign language to hearing infants. 2004.
1229 Sonderman, Theresa L. The influence of first language phonology on second language spelling. 2004.
Mraz, Heather. A survey of public school speech language pathologists:
knowledge of Asperger Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
1190 Naparalla, Teresa. Parent training of print referencing behaviors during shared book reading and emergent literacy skills of preschool children. 2002.
1188 Akers, Stephanie Lynn. A follow-up study of phonologically delayed preschool children. 2002.
1161 McNerney, Francine. Discourse adjustments in the conversation of elderly women. 2001.
1145 Woods, Sarah A. Designing single-subject articulation treatment studies using computer-based biofeedback. 2000.
1144 Windham, Tiffany D. Preschoolers' exploration of word processing with and without speech output. 2000.
1143 Tucker, Kelly. Profile of the speech and language skills of Hispanic five- to eight-year olds living in rural, northeast Missouri. 2000.
1138 Moriarty, Kerry L. Parental perceptions of services provided through Head Start in five rural northeast Missouri counties. 2000.
1128 Brennan, Elesha. A multi-dimensional therapy approach for apraxia of speech. 2000.
1111 Rich, Karina Michelle. The efficacy of caregiver training utilizing the Alzheimer's disease communication guide: the focused program for caregivers. 1999.
1110 Walz, Jennifer L. The effects of gender-specific toys on language sampling. 1999.
1107 Rogers, Angela J. The efficacy of utilizing prosthetic memory aids to facilitate communication in patience afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. 1999.
1100 Fritsche, Vanessa. Cerebral dominance of auditory skill differences during the normal adult life span. 1999.
1095 Ebeling, Michelle C. The correlation between measures of intelligibility for phonologically disordered children. 1998.
1080 Torrens, Amanda R. A comparison of phoneme awareness abilities in children with and without existing or previous history of a phonological disorder. 1997.
1079 Steingraber, Jennifer Head. Perception of sexual orientation of males based on the presence of absence of an /s/ lisp or assibilation. 1998.
1078 Roberts, Michelle Elaine. The effect of teacher training on speech disorder identification. 1998.
1073 Kraft, Amy Lynn. Expressive language gains exhibited by a three-year-old child with Down syndrome upon introduction of augmentative communication: a case study. 1997.
1071 Hill, Kimberly Sue. A correlation analysis of variables affecting birth defects in Missouri, 1990 through 1995. 1998.
1066 Wyckoff, Sarah L. A comparison of phonology and reading disorders in school-age children and their siblings. 1997.
1051 Wormsley, Heather Lynae. Reentry of the stroke survivor medically, economically, socially, emotionally, and in the family. 1997.
1048 Steingraber, Jason Alan. The incidence of birth defects in Missouri. 1997.
1046 Shupe, Kristina Mae. Laterality skill differences in left- and right-handed speech disordered and non-disordered eight- to ten-year old children. 1997.
1040 Hudson, Emily O. The use of gender-specific toys and materials in speech-language therapy. 1997.
1037 Dede, Traci Renee. Graduate students' psychosocial perceptions of cleft palate speech. 1997.
1036 Ballanger, Jay Davison. A survey of public school speech-language pathologists' purchase and use of commercial therapy. 1996.
1017 Kerns, Yvette Marie. Observer perceptions of engagement during computer vs. traditional speech-language therapy activities. 1996.
1001 Elkan, Elizabeth Deschere. The effects of upper respiratory dysfunction on the laryngeal condition. 1995.
992 Arnold, Melissa Marie. Evaluating the speed and accuracy of input using the HeadMaster with college-aged students. 1995.
977 Carson, Jennifer Anne. Clinician-child interaction during computer- and non-computer- based language activities. 1995.