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    Identification of dysphagia in a transgenic mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [1]
    The impact of autism on language input : a comparison of the acoustic characteristics of mothers' speech to toddlers with autism and typically-developing controls [1]
    The impact of hearing loss on the development of gesture use [1]
    Incidental word learning during reading : which skills do children use? [1]
    Investigating canine degenerative myelopathy as a disease model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis for histopathological evidence of dysphagia [1]
    Maternal behaviors following infant vocalization [1]
    Maternal verbal responsiveness to infant vocalizations [1]
    More than nouns, verbs, or adjectives: influence of word characteristics on vocabulary knowledge [1]
    Mothers' conversational patterns: a comparison between typically developing children and young children with autism spectrum disorders [1]
    A multiple subsystem approach to predicting speech intelligibility declines in older adults [1]
    Noninvasive clinical tools to aid in early detection and monitoring of dysphagia in ALS : translating findings from mice to humans [1]
    Relationships between decoding, reading comprehension and syntax in weak and strong decoders [1]
    Standardizing a freely-behaving canine videofluoroscopic swallow study protocol to investigate dysphagia in primary aging and neurological diseases [1]
    Using the laryngeal adductor reflex to investigate swallowing [1]
    Videofluoroscopic characterization of dysphagia in the low copy number SOD1-G93A transgenic mouse model of ALS [1]
    Videofluoroscopic characterization of swallowing impairment in mouse models of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and advanced aging [1]
    Word learning from context : relations with language ability, socioeconomic status, and executive function [1]