Resources

This page is a curated list of resources for clinicians, researchers, and individuals with dysarthria.

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Quantitative Methods for Linguistic Data

This e-book focuses on implementing various kinds of regression models widely used in experimental linguistics using R.

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CSDisseminate: Self Archiving 101

Self-archiving, also referred to as green open access, is the process of making manuscripts available on a personal or institutional website for free access to those interested.

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Forced Alignment and Corpus Phonetics Tutorial

“Forced alignment” is the automatic synchronization of a sequence of sounds with an audio file. It is used by researchers to automatically segment audio files.

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Twitter for Scientists

In this book, Dr. Daniel Quintana details how Twitter can be a powerful tool for researchers to share their work and interact with other scientists.

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Praat YouTube Tutorials

Dr. Matt Winn of the University of Minnesota's Listen Lab presents informative tutorials for Praat analysis, covering beginner to more advanced-level analysis skills.

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Communicative Participation Item Bank

This assessment tool provides clinicians with a self-report outcomes measurement of communicative participation in individuals with various communication disorders.

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Acoustic Analysis Software: Praat

Praat is a free computer software program that can be used to analyze, synthesize, and manipulate speech.