Theses

2019

Leonard, N. C. (2019). Intelligibility in children with cochlear implants: The /t/ vs. /k/ contrast. M.S., Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park. View Thesis

2016

Eitel, E. A. (2016). The effect of quality and quantity of linguistic input and maternal education level on vocabulary development. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison.

Erskine, M. E. (2016). Factors underlying phonological awareness development in preschool children. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Hatch, R. (2016). Effect of vowel context on the accuracy of sibilant fricative production in children with cochlear implants as compared to normal hearing peers. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Kim, Mia. (2016). Perceptual robustness of contrast for /r/-/w/ in young children. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Munson, Olan. (2016). Relationships among quality and quantity of maternal input and vocabulary size in 3-year-olds. Undergraduate honors thesis, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Revai, Danielle. (2016). Production and perception of stop contrasts in children with normal hearing and with cochlear implants. Undergraduate honors thesis, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. Hilldale Aware [$3,000]. View Thesis

Johnson, A. A. (2016). Roburstness: Quantifying Robustness of the /t/—/k/ Contrast in Children and Adults. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

2015

Flood, M. M. (2015). Quality versus quantity: An investigation of the impact of home language and maternal education level on young children’s vocabulary size. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Kristensen, K. (2015). Relating decreased acoustic contrast to intelligibility: Perceptual consequence for cochlear implants. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Schroeder, B. (2015). The relationship between lexical-phonetic and socio-phonetic language development. B.A., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Slides

2014

Braxton, R-L. (2014). Relationships among non-mainstream American English, vocabulary size, and lexical processing efficiency in preschool-aged children. M.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

Jorgensen, K. (2014). Do talker differences and dialect affect wordlikeness judgments? B.S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Slides

2013

Bernstein, S. R. (2013). How do adults perceive the speech of children with cochlear implants? Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Department of Communication Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Poster

Schneeberg, A. C. (2013). Online lexical processing in a diverse group of preschool children. M. S., Department Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison.  View Thesis

2012

Machurick, E. (2012). Final consonant cluster reduction in African American English dialect. B.A., Department Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison.  View Poster

Manning, B. (2012). TALK (Talk and learn for kindergarten): Enhancing dialect knowledge and pre-literacy skills in preschool children. M. S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

2011

Breunig, N. (2011). Does production of final consonant clusters by African American English-speaking children predict their comprehension of Standard American English? Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Poster

Chung, H. (2011). Evidence of fine phonetic detail in children and adults’ vowels: cross-linguistic production & perception studies. Ph.D., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Dissertation

Sovinski, R. Mary. (2011). Perceptual validation of an acoustic robustness of contrast measure. M. S., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Thesis

2010

Andrzejewski, A. (2010). Influence of listener expectations on judgments of stop place of articulation in children’s speech. Undergraduate Thesis, Department Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of WI-Madison. View Poster