This page is a curated list of resources for clinicians, researchers, and individuals with dysarthria.
This e-book focuses on implementing various kinds of regression models widely used in experimental linguistics using R.
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.
“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.
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.
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.
This database created by the National Center for Voice and Speech lists the known speech and voice-related side effects of hundreds of medications.
This assessment tool provides clinicians with a self-report outcomes measurement of communicative participation in individuals with various communication disorders.
Praat is a free computer software program that can be used to analyze, synthesize, and manipulate speech.