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Beeke, S; Cooper, F; Best, W; Maxim, J; Edwards, S; (2009) Measuring change in the conversations of speakers with aphasia after interaction therapy: a new tool. Presented at: British Aphasiology Society, London, UK.

Beeke, S; Wilkinson, R; Maxim, J; (2009) Prosody as a compensatory strategy in the conversations of people with agrammatism. CLIN LINGUIST PHONET , 23 (2) 133 - 155. 10.1080/02699200802602985.

Bloch, S; (2009) Motor Speech Disorders. Edited by Gary Wiesmer (Book review). International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 44 (3) pp. 394-395. 10.1080/13682820701740713.

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Mahon, M; (2009) The emergence of multi-word turns in English in interactions between a deaf child and his specialist teacher. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics , 23 (8) pp. 611-629.

Mahon, M.S.; (2009) CAVA (human Communication: an Audio-Visual Archive). Viewfinder (76) Green open access
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Marshall, H; Hajnal, JV; Warren, JE; Wise, RJ; Larkman, DJ; (2009) An efficient automated z-shim based method to correct through-slice signal loss in EPI at 3T. Magnetic Resonance Materials in Physics, Biology and Medicine , 22 (3) pp. 187-200. 10.1007/s10334-009-0164-4.

Moyle, M.; Mahon, M.; Beeke, S.; (2009) CAVA: a Human Communication Audio-Visual Archive for UCL. Presented at: Digital Speech and Language Archives Workshop, UCL. Green open access
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Sacchett, C; Ackford, A; (2009) A comparison of the effectiveness of aphasia-friendly information with and without an accompanying verbal explanation. In: (Proceedings) British Aphasiology Society.

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