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Examples of Master's theses completed in recent years:


PAUL, M. (2009) M.Sc.Predictors of consonant development and the development of a test of French phonology

Copeland, L. (2009)
Audiovisual processing of affective and linguistics prosody: An event-related fMRI study.

Madon, Z. (2007)
Investigation of maze production in children with specific language impairment.

McDevitt, J. (2007)
The representation of frequent word combinations in lexical memory.

Ohberg, A. (2006)
Articulatory, perceptual, and phonological determinants of accurate production of /s/.

Garfinkel, S. (2005)
Critical period effects on lexical and syntactic development: A case study of adolescent first-language acquisition.

Valji, A. (2005)
Language preference in monolingual and bilingual infants.

Ariyama, J. (2004)
Use of morphosyntactic cues to word learning in 20-month-old Japanese children.

Grawburg, M. (2004)
A perception based phonological awareness training program for preschoolers with articulation disorders.

Lattermann, C. (2003)
Language abilities and fluency disorders: Analysis of spontaneous language samples of children who stutter during treatment with the Lidcombe Program.

Hargraves, L. (2003)
The linguistics system of a deaf language learner: Examining the effects of delayed language exposure.

Examples of Ph.D. theses completed in recent years:

Abada, S. (2011) Ph.D.

Electrophysiological investigations of age differences in phrasal interpretation:  The time course of cross-modal interactions

Dara, C. (2011) Ph.D.

The influence of pitch and speech rate on emotional prosody recognition: psychological and neuro-cognitive perspectives

Molnar, M. (2011) Ph.D.

Behavioral and electrophysiological correlates of vowel perception in monolingual and simultaneous bilingual users of Canadian English and Canadian French

Chiang, P. (2010) Ph.D.

The acquisition of English phonological awarness in Mandarin-speaking children

Namazi, M. (2010) Ph.D.

Working memory and controlled attention in bilingual children with and without language impairment

Belanger, N. (2009)

Reading is in the eye of the beholder: eye movements and early word processes in deaf readers of French.

Gagne, A. (2009)

Narrative discourse in French-speaking school-age children with and without specific language impairment: development, factors contributing to competency, and pragmatics.

Tremblay, P. (2009)

Investigating the neural organisation of response selection and response conflict during language production using functional magnetic resonance imaging repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation.

Cheang, H. (2008)

The sounds of sarcasm in English and Cantonese: A cross-linguistic production and perception study.

Alasseri, A. (2008)

Influence of emotionality on pragmatic features of discourse produced by Arabic-speaking adults with aphasia.

Mortimer, J. (2008)

Effects of speech perception, vocabulary, and articulation skills on morphology & syntax in children with speech sound disorders.

Sundara, M. (2005)

Phonetic perception and production of coronal stops by adults exposed to two languages from birth.

Pesco, D. (2005)

Peer talk: Children with specific language impairment in dyadic and group interactions.

Klepousniotou, E. (2004)

On the resolution of lexical ambiguity: Unilateral brain damage effects on the processing of homonymy and polysemy.

Grindrod, C. (2004)

Different effects of left-and-right hemisphere brain damage on the ability to use context in lexical ambiguity resolution.

Boyczuk, Jeffrey (2002)

Examining interactivity in speech perception: Compensation for lexically-induced coarticulation.

Abdalla, Fauzia (2002)

Specific language impairment in Arabic-speaking children: Deficits and morphosyntax.

Chamberlain, Charlene (2002)

Reading skills of deaf adults who sign: Good and poor readers compared.