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Prevalence, Attitudes, and Experiences of Speech-Language Pathologists with Animal-Assisted TherapyIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesAlyse Watt[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
The Effectiveness of the Slurp Swallow Exercise as a Tongue Strengthening Procedure for Tongue Thrust: A Case StudyIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesAmy Krause[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
The Effects of Pantomine Speech and Silent Reading in Varied Syllable Positions Throughout a Phrase on Stuttering FrequencyIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesChristian Keil[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
Male and Female Reactions to Typical and Atypical Speech With and Without Disclosure of a Communication DisorderIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesBull Courtney[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
Some Normative Data for Audiovisual Speech Integration SkillsIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesDaniel Carnley[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
The Effect of Audiovisual Delays with Synchronous and Asynchronous Presentation on Stuttering FrequencyIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesHailey Krieger[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
Relationships Between Pacifiers and BreastfeedingIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesLauren Tandy[]Thesis10 May 2014
Obtaining Normative Data on Capacity-Based Assessments of Cognitive FunctioningIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesLuke Heckly[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
Caregiver and Naturalistic Listener Report of Infant Vocalizations: Toward Identification of Valid MethodologiesIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesRandi Killeen[]Thesis8 Aug 2014
The Treatment Efficacy of the Slurp-Swallow Exercise in Strengthening the Tongue in Persons with Tongue ThrustIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesMisty Torrey[]Thesis20 Dec 2013
Effects of Chronic Opioid Use on Short-Term Working Memory and Executive FunctionsIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesSydni Arnold[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Transcriber, Caregiver, and Naïve Listener Report of Infant Vocalizations: Toward Identification of Prelinguistic Markers for AutismIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesLeslie Clarke[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
High-Tech Augmentative and Alternative Communication Training and Self-Reported Feelings of Facilitator ConfidenceIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesAllison Early[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Infant Gaze Direction During Early Vocalizations as an Indicator of Vocabulary DevelopmentIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesBreanna Edwards[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Instrumental Investigation of the Effects of Tongue Thrust on Swallow FunctionIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesLyndsey Evans[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Report of Infant Vocalizations: A Case Study Considering Effects of Otitis Media with EffusionIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesAlycen Fielding[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Covert Outcomes of Client Who Stutter After an Interprofessional Intensive Stuttering Therapy ProgramIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesMcKenzie Jemmett[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Factors Influencing Standardized Test Selection for Children Presenting with Language DifficultiesIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesJennifer Montzka[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
An Exploration of the Effects of Opioid Pain Medication on Speech Perception and Audiovisual Integration Abilities in Middle Aged AdultsIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesJessica Simmons[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
Pseudo-Stuttering as a Training Method: An Analysis of Graduate Clinician's Perceptions and AttitudesIdaho State UniversityCommunication SciencesSara Spears[]Thesis7 Aug 2015
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