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A

Al-Dakroury, Wael (2014) Verbal pragmatic characteristics of 4-5 year-old Saudi boys with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

Allen, John (2014) An investigation into access and rehabilitation benefits of Hearing Link Scotland. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Achieving Natural Fluency using a Metronome based approach. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Arabic Fundamental Frequency and Accent Effect. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Children’s Awareness of Gender Markers in Speech What vocal parameters do children manipulate in role play? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Cochlea-spectral entropy and intelligibility in spastic dysarthria associated with cerebral palsy. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A Comparison of Outcome Measures Following Electropalatography (EPG) Therapy in Children with Down’s Syndrome. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Days vs Daze: The variation of /e/ in (London) Derry English using Ultrasound Tongue Imaging. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) The Developing Communication Phenotype- a response to Shprintzen (1997). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Distribution of intermittent episodes of creaky voice in relation to prosodic constituents. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Do vowel error patterns distinguish the speech of typically developing children to children with a phonological disorder or children with suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech? A comparison of vowel errors produced by typically developing children, children with a phonological disorder and children with suspected apraxia of speech. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) The Effect of Procedural Variations on Maximum Phonation Time in Young Adult Females. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Eh… I forgot what I was going to say. How do memory and lexical access affect speech fluency? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Electropalatography: Can it lead to long-term improvements in the speech of children with Down’s syndrome? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Evaluating Ultrasound Visual Biofeedback Therapy in Treating Residual Speech Sound Disorder. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Gender Vocal Markers: What do Children view as Salient? An Extended Research Proposal Exploring Feasibility and Clinical Significance. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Grammaticality judgments in linguistic and musical structures: is there behavioural evidence for a common processing system? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Identifying Differing Articulation Times of Pre- Speech Initiation in Words with Differing Syntactic Structures. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) The Impact of Peer Learning on the Acquisition and Retention of Key Word Signing Skills for Children with a Learning Disability: An Extended Research Proposal. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Is Distant Recall Speech more difficult than Immediate Recall Speech? If so, why? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Is there an association between a speaker’s position on the schizotypy continuum and the rate of disfluencies in running speech? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Is working memory span linked to recall of disfluencies in spontaneous speech? Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) It’s not what you said it’s the way that you said it: Disorganized schizotypy and speech fluency. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Non-segmental correlates of foreign accent: Perception of accentedness in filtered speech. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Personal Pronoun Acquisition in Children with Specific Language Impairment as Compared With Typically Developing Children. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW ON THE EFFECTS OF SLEEP ON COMMUNICATION WITHIN NEURODEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Social communication impairment in genetic syndromes: a systematic literature review. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A Systematic Literature Review Examining the Academic and Social Adult Outcomes of Specific Language Impairment (SLI). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A Systematic Literature Review of the Long-term Outcomes of Children with Speech and Language Impairments. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Systematic Review of Language Profiles for Boys under 18 with Fragile X Syndrome. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) Testing the reliability and validity of the Cluttering Severity Instrument. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Ultrasound analysis of tongue shape over time during remediation of velar fronting in Persistent Speech Sound Disorder: Case study. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) The Vocal Acoustic Correlates of Stress and the Interactional Effects of Personality: An Extended Research Proposal. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) Voice Problems Among Further Education Teachers: A Small-Scale Study into Prevalence, Impact and Associated Occupational Risk Factors. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Vowels as a Factor in German L2 English: A Perceptual Study and Acoustic Analysis. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) What effect does a semi-structured task (spot-the-difference)have on turn-taking organisation as compared to an unstructured task (spontaneous conversation)? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) “When was that…?” A study on the Acquisition of Temporal Adverbs in First Language Learners of British English. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Why do we sometimes… Hesitate?: A study investigating the variation in prevalence of disfluencies observed in the spontaneous speech of typical speakers. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) The communicative abilities of individuals with Smith-Magenis syndrome:a systematic review (1997-2014). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A comparison and evaluation of external noise levels between urban and rural primary schools. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A comparison between gum and starch based thickeners on the perception of sensory characteristics ‘taste’, ‘appearance’ and ‘consistency’ in non-dysphagic swallowers. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) A corpus based study of first language acquisition of degree adverbs. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A corpus-based study comparing the use of deixis in the language of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders with typically developing children. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An extended research proposal for the validation of the adapted Paediatric Voice-Related Quality of Life Questionnaire for use as an outcome measures tool. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An investigation into speech errors made during imitated and spontaneous speech production in children with Down’s syndrome. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An investigation into the effect personality has on the amount a person, uh, hesitates. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An investigation into the relationship between electropalatography and ultrasound using the vowels /a/ and /i/ in typical adult speakers. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A systematic literature review (2009-2017) investigating the efficacy of language comprehension intervention in children with a specific language impairment. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) A systematic review of the available literature from 1990 to 2014, investigating the effects of age and gender on tongue strength. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

B

Barr, Clare (2014) A Systematic Literature Review (2000-2013) of the Long Term Outcomes for Children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Bell, Jennifer (2014) A Systematic Literature Review into the Effectiveness of Visual Scene Displays to Support Communication. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

C

Carroll, Lianne (2007) Language development and its relationship to theory of mind in children with high-functioning autism. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Cleland, Joanne (2010) Speech and Prosody in developmental disorders: Autism and Down’s Syndrome. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

D

DePlacido, Christine (2016) Experiences of acquiring hearing loss: lessons for rehabilitation. Doctoral thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

de Leeuw, Esther (2008) When your native language sounds foreign: A phonetic investigation into first language attrition. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

E

Ellis, Lucy A (2000) An instrumental study of alveolar to velar assimilation in slow and fast speech using EPG and EMA techniques. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

F

Finlayson, Ian R (2014) Testing the roles of disfluency and rate of speech in the coordination of conversation. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

G

Glacken, Stephanie Ann Dunn (2014) The role of sensory information on oral processing of food: effect of texture and volume on bolus preparation. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Gordeeva, Olga (2006) Language interaction in the bilingual acquisition of sound structure: a longitudinal study of vowel quality, duration and vocal effort in pre-school children speaking Scottish English and Russian. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Grichkovtsova, Ioulia (2006) A cross-linguistic study of affective prosody production by monolingual and bilingual children. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University College.

H

Higgins, Rebecca (2014) The association of autism and genetic syndromes-an update of Shprintzen (1997) using a systematic literature review. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

K

Keating, Jennifer (2014) A Comparison of Language Elicitation Methods in Typically Developing 5-6 year old and 11-12 year old Children. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Killips, Emma (2014) The Effect of the Positioning of an Individual on Perturbation Measures and Durations of Prolonged Vowels in Female Scottish Speakers. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Kocjancic, Tanja (2010) Ultrasound and acoustic analysis of lingual movement in teenagers with childhood apraxia of speech, control adults and typically developing children. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

L

Lang, Emma (2014) Tone Acquisition in Second Language Learning: the effect of musical experience. A Comparison of Instrumentalists, Singers and Non-Musicians. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

M

Mack, S. K. (1999) Single-route and dual-route approaches to reading aloud difficulties associated with dysphasia. Doctoral thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Mackie, Leila (2010) The relationship between language skills, social cognition and externalising behaviour in Primary school aged boys. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

McGrane, Helen (2006) An Investigation into the Ability of Adults with Post-Stroke Aphasia to Learn New Vocabulary. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

McNaughten, Rebekah (2014) So much to say, so little time: A longitudinal study to determine if Lord Melvyn Bragg clutters. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Merson, Caroline (2014) A systematic literature review (1995-2013) investigating and evaluating the intervention approaches available for increasing peer interaction and friendships for children with autism in the mainstream school setting. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Mills, Lydia (2014) An articulatory study of GOOSE-fronting in varieties of English. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Musselman, Mary Lynn (2017) Prevalence and Perception of Tinnitus Among Young Adults. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

O

O’Loughlin, Julie (2014) In his time: A longitudinal study of disfluency in Lord Melvyn Bragg’s speech. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

P

Pentony, Louise (2014) The Phonetic Intrusion of the French /r/ in a Reading Aloud Task of Switch Sentences. Comparing Proficient Bilinguals and Second Language Learners: A Pilot Study. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Philp, Claire (2014) Changes in Intelligibility of Children with Downs Syndrome as Perceived by Familiar and Unfamiliar Listeners: Post and Three Months Post EPG Intervention. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

R

Rodger, Rebecca (2009) Voice quality of children and young people with Down's Syndrome and its impact on listener judgement. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

S

Saleh, Hasan (2017) The Effect of Age of Second-Language Acquisition on Arabic-English bilingual English Speech Perception in Noise. Masters thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Skwarcewicz, Michalina (2014) Good Practice Guidelines in Phonetic Transcription: Survey in Clinical Practice. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Stanier, Jan (2017) Managing not mending: navigating end of life dysphagia care in adults with head and neck cancer – speech & language therapists’ experiences. Doctoral thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

T

Timmins, Claire (2014) Articulatory characteristics of sibilant production in young people with Down’s syndrome. Doctoral thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

W

Walton, A. P. (2002) Communication in young people with intellectual impairments: the influence of partnership. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Waters, D. M. (1992) An investigation of motor control for speech in phonologically delayed children, normally developing children and adults. Doctoral thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Z

Zharkova, N (2007) An Investigation of Coarticulation Resistance in Speech Production Using Ultrasound. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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