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Assessing Differences in Articulatory-Acoustic Vowel Space in Parkinson’s Disease by Sex and Phenotype

Associations between acoustic, kinematic, self-reported and perceptual based measures of speech in individuals surgically treated for oral cancer

Lingual motor learning based on real-time visual feedback in individuals with and without Parkinson's disease

Quantifying Changes in Articulatory Working Space in Individuals Surgically Treated for Oral Cancer with Electromagnetic Articulography

Quantifying the effect of speech pathology on automatic and human speaker verification

The Effect of Speaking Style on the Articulatory-Acoustic Vowel Space in Individuals with Tongue Cancer before and after Surgical Treatment

The Impact of Electromagnetic Articulography Sensors on the Articulatory- Acoustic Vowel Space in Speakers with and without Parkinson's Disease

5-minute Formant Adaptation Task in Dutch Children

Objective speech outcomes after surgical treatment for oral cancer: An acoustic analysis of a spontaneous speech corpus containing 32.850 tokens

Language Entropy Relates to Behavioral and Pupil Indices of Executive Control in Young Adult Bilinguals

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How does the speech motor system adapt after oral surgery?