1. *Allison, K.M., Hustad, K.C., Annear, L., & Policicchio, M. (submitted). Formant movement in pediatric dysarthria: Reduction or imprecision?
  2. *Hustad, K.C., Allison, K., Sakash, A., McFadd, E., Broman, A.T., & Rathouz, P.J. (2016). Longitudinal development of speech and language in children with cerebral palsy between 24 and 53 months: Predicting speech outcomes. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 1-8.
  3. *Hustad, K.C., Oakes, A., Allison, K.M., & McFadd, E. (2015). Alignment of classification paradigms for communication abilities in children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology.
  4. *Hustad, K.C., Oakes, A., & Allison, K.M. (2015). Variability, stability, and diagnostic accuracy of speech intelligibility scores in children. Journal of Speech, Language, & Hearing Research, 58, 1695-707.
  5. *Lee, J., Hustad, K.C., & Weismer, G. (2014).  Predicting speech intelligibility with a multiple speech subsystems approach in children with cerebral palsyJournal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 57, 1666-78.  [PMID: 24824584].
  6. *Allison, K.M., & Hustad, K.C. (2014). Impact of sentence length and phonetic complexity on intelligibility of 5-year-old children with cerebral palsy.  International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 16, 396-407.  [PMID: 24476542]
  7. *Hustad, K.C., Allison, K.M., McFadd, E.D., & Riehle, K. (2013).  Speech and language development in 2-year old children with cerebral palsy. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 17, 167-75[PMID: 23627373]
  8. *McFadd, E., & Hustad, K.C. (2013).  Assessment of social function in 4-year old children with cerebral palsy.  Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 16, 102-112. [PMCID: 3624756].
  9. *Lee, J., & Hustad, K.C. (2013).  Longitudinal changes in speech production over an 18-month timeframe in young children with cerebral palsy.  Folia Phoniatrica et Logopedica, 65, 32-39. [PMID: 23711749]
  10. *Patel, R., Hustad, K.C., Connaghan, K., Wiegand, K., Furr, W.(2012). Prosody and intelligibility in children with dysarthria.  Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology.  [PMC Journal – In Process]
  11. *DuHadway, C.M., & Hustad, K.C. (2012).  Contributors to intelligibility in preschool-aged children with cerebral palsy.  Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology[PMC Journal – In Process]
  12. *Hustad, K. C., Schueler, B., Schulz, L., & DuHadway, C. (2012). Intelligibility of 4 year old children with and without cerebral palsy. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 55, 1177. [PMCID: 3349823]
  13. *Clancy, K., & Hustad, K.C. (2011).  Longitudinal changes in feeding among children with cerebral palsy between the ages of 4 and 7 years.  Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 14, 191-198. [PMCID:  3277443]
  14. *Hustad, K.C., Gorton, K.L., Lee, J. (2010).  Classification of speech and language profiles of 4-year old children with cerebral palsy: A prospective preliminary study.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 53, 1496-513  [PMCID:  2962882] 
  15. *Hustad, K.C., Dardis, K.M., & Kramper, A.J. (2011).  Use of listening strategies for the speech of individuals with dysarthria and cerebral palsy. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 27, 5-15.
  16. Kent, R.D., Pagan, L., Hustad, K.C., & Wertzner, H.F. (2010).  Children’s speech sound disorders:  An acoustic perspective.  In R. Paul & P. Flipsen (Eds.).  Child Speech Sound Disorders.  San Diego:  Plural Publishing, pgs. 93-114.
  17. Hustad, K.C. (2010).  Childhood dysarthria:  Cerebral palsy.  In Yorkston, Beukelman, Strand, & Hakel (Eds.).  Management of Speakers with Motor Speech Disorders in Children and Adults. (3rd ed.).  Austin, TX:  Pro Ed, pgs. 359-384.  
  18. Kent, R.D. & Hustad, K.C. (2009).  Speech development.  In R. Squire, (Ed.).  Encyclopedia of Neuroscience.  Academic Press:  Oxford.
  19. *Wilson, E., & Hustad, K.C. (2009).  Early feeding abilities in children with cerebral palsy:  A parent report study. Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 17, 31-44.  PMCID:  2688002].
  20. *Hustad, K.C., & Lee, J. (2008).  Spectral and temporal changes in speech production associated with alphabet supplementation.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 1438-1450.
  21. *Hustad, K.C., Keppner, K., Schanz, A., & Berg, A. (2008).  Augmentative and alternative communication for preschool children:  Intervention goals and use of technology. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29, 83-91.  [PMCID:  2493612].
  22. *Hustad, K.C. (2008).  The relationship between listener comprehension and intelligibility scores for speakers with dysarthria.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 562-573
  23. Hustad K.C. & Weismer, G. (2007). A continuum of interventions for individuals with dysarthria:  Compensatory and rehabilitative treatment approaches.  In G. Weismer (Ed.).  Motor Speech Disorders.  San Diego:  Plural Publishing, pgs. 261-303.
  24. *Hustad, K.C. (2007).  Contribution of two sources of listener knowledge to intelligibility of speakers with cerebral palsy.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 50, 1228-1240.
  25. *Hustad, K.C., Dardis, C.M., & McCourt, K. (2007) Effects of visual information on intelligibility of open and closed class words in predictable sentences produced by speakers with dysarthria.  Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 21, 353-367.
  26. *Hustad, K.C. (2006).  Estimating the intelligibility of speakers with dysarthria.  Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 58, 217-228.
  27. *Hustad, K.C. (2005).  Effects of speech supplementation strategies on intelligibility and listener attitudes for a speaker with mild dysarthria.  Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 21, 256-263.
  28. *Hustad, K.C., & Garcia, J.M. (2005).  Aided and unaided augmentative and alternative communication strategies:  Alphabet supplementation versus iconic hand gestures.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 48, 996-1012.
  29. *Garcia, J.M., Crowe, L., Redler, D., & Hustad, K.C. (2004).  Effects of spontaneous gestures on comprehension and intelligibility of dysarthric speech:  A case report.  Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 12, 145-148.
  30. *Hustad, K.C., & Gearhart, K. (2004).  Listener attitudes toward adults who use speech supplementation strategies:  Relationship with intelligibility.  American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 13, 168-181.
  31. *Drager, K.D., Hustad, K.C., & Frey, K. (2004).  Telephone communication:  Synthetic and dysarthric speech intelligibility and listener preferences.  Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 20, 103-112.
  32. Hustad, K.C., & Shapley, K.L. (2003).  AAC and natural speech in individuals with developmental disabilities.  In J. Light, J. Reichle, & D. Beukelman (Eds.).  Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities.  Baltimore:  Paul H. Brookes, pgs. 41-62.
  33. *Hustad, K.C., Auker, J., Natale, N., & Carlson, R. (2003). Improving intelligibility of speakers with profound dysarthria and cerebral palsy.  Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 19, 187-198.
  34. *Hustad, K.C., Jones, T., & Dailey, S. (2003).  Implementing speech supplementation strategies:  Effects on intelligibility and speech rate of individuals with chronic severe dysarthria.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 46, 462-474.
  35. *Hustad, K.C., & Cahill, M.A. (2003).  Effects of presentation mode and repeated familiarization on intelligibility of dysarthric speech.  American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 12, 198-208.
  36. Hustad, K.C., Morehouse, T.B., & Gutmann, M. (2002).  AAC strategies for enhancing the usefulness of natural speech in children with severe intelligibility challenges.  In J. Reichle, D. Beukelman, & J. Light (Eds.).  Exemplary Strategies for Beginning Communicators:  Implications for AAC.  Baltimore:  Paul H. Brookes, pgs. 433-452.
  37. *Hustad, K.C., & Sassano, K. (2002).  Effects of rate reduction on severe spastic dysarthria in cerebral palsy.  Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 10, 287-292.
  38. *Hustad, K.C., & Garcia, J.M. (2002).  The influences of alphabet supplementation, iconic gestures, & predictive messages on intelligibility of a speaker with cerebral palsy.  Journal of Medical Speech Language Pathology, 10, 279-285.
  39. *Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R. (2002).  Listener comprehension of severely dysarthric speech:  Effects of linguistic cues and stimulus cohesion.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 45, 545-558. 
  40. *Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R. (2001).  Effects of linguistic cues and stimulus cohesion on intelligibility of severely dysarthric speech.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 44, 407-510. 
  41. Hustad, K.C. & Beukelman, D.R. (2000).  Integrating AAC and residual natural speech.  In D.R. Beukelman, K. Yorkston, & J. Reichle (Eds.).  Augmentative Communication for Adults with Acquired Neurologic Disabilities.  Baltimore:  Paul H. Brookes, pgs. 83-106. 
  42. Yorkston, K.M., Beukelman, D.R., & Hustad, K.C. (1999).  Optimizing communication effectiveness:  Bringing it together.  In K. Yorkston, D. Beukelman, E. Strand, & K. Bell.  Clinical Management of Speakers with Motor Speech Disorders. (2nd ed.).  Austin, TX:  Pro Ed, pgs. 483-542.
  43. *Hustad, K.C., Beukelman, D. R., & Yorkston, K. M. (1998). Functional outcome assessment in dysarthria. Seminars in Speech and Language, 19, 291-302.
  44. *Hustad, K.C., Kent, R.D., & Beukelman, D.R. (1998).  Dectalk and Macintalk speech synthesizers:  Intelligibility differences for three listener groups.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 41, 744-752.
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