SPEECH CHARACTERISTICS REFERENCES
The following is a list of  journal articles. 
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Journal Articles

      Barlow, S.M. & Burton, M.K. (1990). Ramp-and-hold force control in the upper and lower lips: Developing new neuromotor assessment applications in traumatically brain injured adults. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 33,660-675.

    Campbell, T.F. & Dollaghan, C.A. (1995). Speaking rate, articulatory speed, and linguistic processing in children and adolescents with severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Speech and Hearing, 38,864-875.

     Caradoc-Davies, T.H. (1996). Traumatic mutism in severe head injury relieved by oral diazepam. Disability and Rehabilitation, 18 (9), 482-484. 

    Lubinski, R., Steger Moscato, B., & Willer, B.S. (1997). Prevalence of speaking and hearing disabilities among adults with traumatic brain injury from a national household survey. Brain Injury, 11(2), 103-114.

     McHenry, M.A., (1998). Velopharyngeal airway resistance disorders after traumatic brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 79(5), 545-549.

     McHenry, M.A., Minton, J.T., Wilson, R.L., & Post, Y.V. (1994). Intelligibility and nonspeech orofacial strength and force control following traumatic brain injury. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 37,1271-1283.

    Murdoch, B.E., Theodoros, D.G., Stokes, P.D., & Chenery, H.J. (1993). Abnormal patterns of speech breathing in dysarthric speakers following severe closed head injury. Brain Injury, 7(4), 295-308.

    Sarno, M.T. & Buonaguro, A., & Levita, E. (1986). Characteristics of verbal impairment in closed head injured patients. Archives of Physical Medical Rehabilitation, 67, 400-405.

    Theodoros, D.G. & Murdoch, B.E. (1994). Laryngeal dysfunction in dysarthric speakers following severe closed-head injury. Brain Injury, 8(8), 667-684.

    Theodoros, D.G., Murdoch, B.E., & Chenery, H.J. (1994). Perceptual speech characteristics of dysarthric speakers following severe closed head injury. Brain Injury, 8(2), 101-124.

    Theodoros, D.G., Murdoch, B.E., & Stokes, P. (1995). Variability in the perceptual and physiological features of dysarthria following severe closed head injury: an examination of five cases. Brain Injury, 9(7), 671-696.

    Theodoros, D. Murdoch, B.E., Stokes, P.D., & Chenery, H.J. (1993). Hypernasality in dysarthric speakers following severe closed head injury: A perceptual and instrumental analysis. Brain Injury, 7(1),59-69.

    Theodoros, D.G., Shrapnel, N., & Murdoch, B.E. (1998). Motor speech impairment following traumatic brain injury in childhood: A physiological and perceptual analysis of one case. Pediatric Rehabilitation, 2(3), 107-122.

     Thomsen, I.V. (1984). Late outcome of very severe blunt head trauma:  A 10-15 year second follow-up. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, 47, 260-268.

    Vogel, M. & von Cramon, D. (1982). Dysphonia after traumatic midbrain damage: A follow-up study. Folia Phoniatrica, 34,150-159.

    Vogel, M. & von Cramon, D. (1983). Articulatory recovery after traumatic mutism. Folia Phoniatrica, 35,294-309.

    Ziegler, W., Hoole, P., Hartmann, E., & von Cramon, D. (1988). Accelerated speech in dysarthria after acquired brain injury: Acoustic correlates. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 23,215-228.

     Ziegler, W. & von Cramon. (1983). Vowel distortion in traumatic dysarthria: A formant study. Phonetica, 40,63-78.

     Ziegler, W. & von Cramon, D. (1983). Vowel distortion in traumatic dysarthria: Lip rounding versus tongue advancement. Phonetica, 40,312-322.

    Ziegler, W. & von Cramon, D. (1986). Spastic dysarthria after acquired brain injury: An acoustic study. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 21,173-187.

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