The Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences (SLHS) at Purdue University researches human communication from speaking to hearing to understanding. SLHS faculty and students discover ways to improve clinical practice now and in the future.
This series contains publications from the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Purdue University.
Submissions from 2016
Under-reactive but easily distracted: An fMRI investigation of attentional capture in autism spectrum disorder, Brandon Keehn, Aarti K N Nair, Alan J. Lincoln, Jeanne Townsend, and Ralph Axel Müller
Stimulus statistics change sounds from near-indiscriminable to hyperdiscriminable, Keith Kluender R. and Christian E. Stilp
Submissions from 2012
Unexpected High Digestion Rate of Cooked Starch by the Ct-Maltase-Glucoamylase Small Intestine Mucosal α-Glucosidase Subunit., Amy Hui-Mei Lin, Buford L. Nichols, Roberto Quezada-Calvillo, Stephen E. Avery, Lyann Sim, David R. Rose, Hassan Y. Naim, and Bruce R. Hamaker
Efficient coding and statistically optimal weighting of covariance among acoustic attributes in novel sounds, Keith Kluender R. and Christian E. Stilp
Submissions from 2011
Real-Time Contrast Enhancement to Improve Speech Recognition., Joshua M. Alexander, Rick L. Jenison, and Keith R. Kluender
Submissions from 2010
Dynamics of Streptococcus mutans Transcriptome in Response to Starch and Sucrose during Biofilm Development., Marlise I. Klein, Lena DeBaz, Senyo Agidi, Herbert Lee, Gary Xie, Amy H.-M. Lin, Bruce R. Hamaker, José A. Lemos, and Hyun Koo