Theses in Speech and Language Pathology
Voice function and quality of life in laryngectomees
Breathin and Phonation - Effects of Lung Volume and Breathing Behaviour on Voice Function
Semantic analysis of irrelevant speech in dementia
Clinical studies of contact granuloma and posterior laryngitis with special regard to esophagopharyngeal reflux
Speech and Velopharyngeal Function in Patients with Hypernasality. An Investigation Utilizing Listener Judgments, Instrumental Analysis (NORAM) Multiview Videoradiography and Nasopharyngoscopy
Acoustic, Perceptual and Physiological Studies of Ten-Year-Old Childrens voice
Hoarseness in ten-year-old children. Perceptual Characteristics, Prevalence and Etiology
Vocal fold vibrations as studied with flow inverse filtering
Electromyographic and laryngoscopic studies of normal and disturbed voice function
Vocal fold closure during phonation physiological, perceptual, and acoustic studies.
Impairment of velopharyngeal function in patients with hypernasal speech
Perceptual and Acoustic Analysis of Dysphonia
Coworkers dissertations at another university/institution
Subliminal or not?: An appraisal of semantic processing in the near absence of visual awareness
Anna Eva Hallin
Language Processing and Awareness in Swedish School-Age Children with and without Language Impairment.
The /k/s, the /t/s. and the in-betweens. Novel approaches to examining the perceptual consequences of misarticulated speech.
Lexical and articulatory aspects of speech production in cognitive decline.
Prosody in Swedish children with language impairment. Perceptual, acoustic and interactional aspects.
Computer methods for voice analysis
Speech in children with cleft palate treated with delayed hard palate closure.
Eva B Holmberg
Aerodynamic measurements of normal voice.