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Ballard, K.J., ; Varley, RA; Kendall, D., ; (2010) Promising approaches to treatment of AOS: Preliminary evidence and directions for the future. Perspectives on Neurophysiology & Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders (20) pp. 55-59.

Best, W; (2010) Clinical research methods in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Aphasiology (24 (10) pp. 1299-1300.

Bloch, S; Kramer, S; Parker, A; (2010) Developing distance supervision. Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Bulletin (695) pp. 14-15.

Bloch, S; Maxim, J; (2010) Leonard Cheshire Disability Communication Project: Final evaluation. Communication Matters Journal , 24 (1) pp. 31-34.


Cavalli, L; Bray, D; Eze, N; Hartley, BEJ; (2010) Dysphonia secondary to traumatic avulsion of the vocal fold in infants. Journal of Laryngology and Otology , 124 (11) 1229 - 1233. 10.1017/S0022215110001131. Green open access

Cavalli, LJ; Hartley, BEJ; (2010) The Clinical Application of Electrolaryngography in a Tertiary Children's Hospital. Journal of Logopaedics, Phoniatrics & Vocology (July 3) pp. 60-67.

Clarke, MT; Wilkinson, R; (2010) Communication aid use in children's conversation: Time, timing and speaker transfer. In: Gardner, H and Forrester, M, (eds.) Analysing interaction in childhood: Insights from conversation analysis. (pp. 249-266). Wiley: London.

Cline, T; Mahon, M; (2010) Deafness in a multilingual society: A review of research for practice. Educational and Child Psychology , 47 (2) pp. 41-49.

Cooper, F; Beeke, S; Best, W; Edwards, S; Maxim, J; (2010) A preliminary examination of mechanisms of therapeutic change in a novel conversation therapy for people with agrammatism and their partners. In: (Proceedings) British Aphasiology Society Therapy Symposium.


Dean, M; Heron, C; (2010) Oral motor exercises: a survey of current practice. Bulletin of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists , 702 pp. 20-22.


Gardner, MR; Potts, R; (2010) Hand dominance influences the processing of observed bodies. Brain and Cognition , 73 (1) pp. 35-40. 10.1016/j.bandc.2010.02.002.

Green, J; Bruce, C; Newton, C; (2010) The Effects of Unfamiliar Speaker Accent on Story Recall in Adults with Aphasia. AOA2010, 48TH ACADEMY OF APHASIA PROCEEDINGS , 6 123 - 124. 10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.08.062.

Griffiths, T; Clarke, MT; Petrides, KV; Newton, C; Price, K; Lysley, A; (2010) Exploring Multiple Factors Affecting Participation Outcomes for Children with Communication Aids. Communication Matters , 24 (2) pp. 29-31.


Herbert, R; Best, W; (2010) The role of noun syntax in spoken word production: Evidence from aphasia. Cortex , 46 (3) (3) pp. 329-342.


Mahon, HM; (2010) HMM-DOH: EAL deaf children. [Dataset].

Moyle, M.; Beeke, S.; Mahon, M.; Mahon, M.S.; (2010) CAVA (Human Communication: an Audio-Visual Archive for UCL) Project. Final report. UCL (University College London) Green open access

Murray, J; Clarke, MT; Hazel, G; (2010) Communication is more than just speech. Special Educational Needs , 47 pp. 38-39.


O Donnell, T; Bruce, C; Black, M; Clayton, A; (2010) Knowledge is BLISS: An investigation into the transparency of BLISS symbol strings directed by a person with aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 45 (4) pp. 461-479.

O'Leary, M; Hanson, B; Smith, CH; (2010) Viscosity and non-newtonian features of thickened fluids used for dysphagia therapy. Journal of Food Science , 75 pp. 330-338. 10.1111/j.1750-3841.2010.01673.x.


Perfors, A; Tenenbaum, JB; Wonnacott, E; (2010) Variability, negative evidence, and the acquisition of verb argument constructions. Journal of Child Language , 37 (Specia) pp. 607-642. 10.1017/S0305000910000012.


Radford, J; Mahon, M; (2010) Multi-modal participation in storybook sharing. In: Gardner, H and Forrester, M, (eds.) Analysing Interactions in Childhood: insights from conversation analysis. (pp. 209-226). Wiley Blackwell: Chichester, U.K..


Smith, C; Donlan, C; Clarke, MT; Edwards, P; (2010) Development of a functional assessment of chewing. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice , Aug p. 7.

Smith, CH; Donlan, C; Clarke, M; Edwards, P; (2010) Implications beyond nutritional intake. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice , Autumn

Smith, CH; Lewis, K; Mellish, E; (2010) An investigation into the interpretation of videofluoroscopy studies of swallowing anatomy and swallowing disorders. Bulletin , Novemb

Smith, K; Wonnacott, E; (2010) Eliminating unpredictable variation through iterated learning. Cognition , 116 (3) pp. 444-449. 10.1016/j.cognition.2010.06.004.


Varley, RA; (2010) Apraxia of speech: From psycholinguistic theory to the conceptualization and management of an impairment. In: The Handbook of Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Processes: Perspectives in Communication Disorder. (pp. 533-547). Psychology Press


Whiteside, SP; Grobler, S; Windsor, F; Varley, R; (2010) An acoustic study of vowels and coarticulation as a function of utterance type: A case of acquired apraxia of speech. Journal of Neurolinguistics , 23 (2) pp. 145-161. 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2009.12.002.

Worsfold, S; Mahon, M; Yuen, HM; Kennedy, CK; (2010) Narrative skills following early confirmation of permanent childhood hearing impairment. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology (52: 10) pp. 922-928.


Zimmerer, V, ; Varley, RA; (2010) Recursion in severe agrammatism. In: van der Hulst, H, , (ed.) Recursion and Human Language. (pp. 393-406). Mouton de Gruyter: New York.

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