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Pascal van Lieshout
Pascal van Lieshout
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Normative voice data for younger and older adults
H Goy, DN Fernandes, MK Pichora-Fuller, P van Lieshout
Journal of Voice 27 (5), 545-555, 2013
2542013
Searching for the weak link in the speech production chain of people who stutter: A motor skill approach
P Van Lieshout, W Hulstijn, HFM Peters
Speech motor control in normal and disordered speech, 313-355, 2004
1492004
Investigating speech motor practice and learning in people who stutter
AK Namasivayam, P Van Lieshout
Journal of fluency disorders 33 (1), 32-51, 2008
1452008
Influence of bolus consistency on lingual behaviors in sequential swallowing
CM Steele, PHHM Van Lieshout
Dysphagia 19, 192-206, 2004
1312004
The rheology of liquids: A comparison of clinicians’ subjective impressions and objective measurement
CM Steele, PHHM Van Lieshout, DH Goff
Dysphagia 18, 182-195, 2003
1242003
Speech motor skill and stuttering
AK Namasivayam, P Van Lieshout
Journal of motor behavior 43 (6), 477-489, 2011
1202011
Treatment intensity and childhood apraxia of speech
AK Namasivayam, M Pukonen, D Goshulak, J Hard, F Rudzicz, T Rietveld, ...
International journal of language & communication disorders 50 (4), 529-546, 2015
1152015
Speech motor control: In normal and disordered speech
B Maassen
Oxford University Press, 2007
1142007
Stability and composition of functional synergies for speech movements in children with developmental speech disorders
H Terband, B Maassen, P Van Lieshout, L Nijland
Journal of communication disorders 44 (1), 59-74, 2011
1132011
Recent developments in speech motor research into stuttering
HFM Peters, W Hulstijn, PHHM Van Lieshout
Folia phoniatrica et logopaedica 52 (1-3), 103-119, 2000
1062000
Tongue movements during water swallowing in healthy young and older adults
CM Steele, P Van Lieshout
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2009
1002009
Speech production in people who stutter: Testing the motor plan assembly hypothesis
PHHM Lieshout, W Hulstijn, HFM Peters
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 39 (1), 76-92, 1996
951996
Speech motor control in fluent and dysfluent speech production of an individual with apraxia of speech and Broca's aphasia
PHHM Van Lieshout, A Bose, PA Square, CM Steele
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 21 (3), 159-188, 2007
942007
From planning to articulation in speech production: What differentiates a person who stutters from a person who does not stutter?
PHHM van Lieshout, W Hulstijn, HFM Peters
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 39 (3), 546-564, 1996
941996
Stroop effects in persons with traumatic brain injury: selective attention, speed of processing, or color-naming? A meta-analysis
BM Ben-David, LLT Nguyen, PHHM van Lieshout
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 17 (2), 354-363, 2011
892011
Dynamical systems theory and its application in speech
P Van Lieshout
Speech motor control in normal and disordered speech 3, 51-82, 2004
872004
Tongue control for speech and swallowing in healthy younger and older subjects
JW Bennett, PHHM Van Lieshout, CM Steele
International Journal of Orofacial Myology and Myofunctional Therapy 33 (1 …, 2007
862007
Physiological differences between stutterers and nonstutterers in perceptually fluent speech: EMG amplitude and duration
PHHM Lieshout, HFM Peters, CW Starkweather, W Hulstijn
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 36 (1), 55-63, 1993
831993
Prosody and semantics are separate but not separable channels in the perception of emotional speech: Test for rating of emotions in speech
BM Ben-David, N Multani, V Shakuf, F Rudzicz, PHHM van Lieshout
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 59 (1), 72-89, 2016
802016
A resource of validated affective and neutral sentences to assess identification of emotion in spoken language after a brain injury
BM Ben-David, PHHM Van Lieshout, T Leszcz
Brain injury 25 (2), 206-220, 2011
792011
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