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  • Kelly, Helen; Brady, Marian C.; Enderby, Pam (John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2010)
    Background: Aphasia is an acquired language impairment following brain damage which affects some or all language modalities: expression and understanding of speech, reading and writing. Approximately one-third of people ...
  • Gibbon, Fiona E.; Smyth, Heather (Informa UK Ltd., 2013-07)
    Profiling Elements of Prosody in Speech-Communication (PEPS-C) has not been used widely to assess prosodic abilities of preschool children. This study was therefore aimed at investigating typically developing 4-year-olds' ...
  • O'Toole, Ciara; Fletcher, Paul (Cambridge University Press, 2012-01)
    Investigations into early vocabulary development, including the timing of the acquisition of nouns, verbs and closed-class words, have produced conflicting results, both within and across languages. Studying vocabulary ...
  • Gibbon, Fiona E. (Informa Healthcare, 2004-08)
    Individuals with cleft palate, even those with adequate velopharyngeal function, are at high risk for disordered lingual articulation. This article attempts to summarize current knowledge of abnormal tongue-palate contact ...
  • Gibbon, Fiona E.; Lee, Alice S. (Informa Plc., 2011)
    A recurring difficulty for researchers using electropalatography (EPG) is the wide variation in spatial patterns that occurs between speakers. High inter speaker variability, combined with small numbers of participants, ...