Word-Final Dysfluencies: Ten Infrequently Asked Questions


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Welcome! Brian Humphrey and John Van Borsel 10/3/01
Word-Final Dysfluencies Lisa Kindred/graduate student 10/4/01
Re: Word-Final Dysfluencies Brian Humphrey 10/5/01
Interesting information! Judy Kuster 10/5/01
Re: Interesting information! Brian Humphrey 10/5/01
Re: Interesting information! John Van Borsel 10/9/01
Looking at the other end. Jim Clarkson Australia 10/6/01
Re: Looking at the other end. Brian Humphrey 10/6/01
Question Deidre - ECU gradute student 10/8/01
Re: Question Brian Humphrey 10/9/01
Patterns of comparison Jim Clarkson ,Australia  10/10/01
Further patterns of comparison Jim Clarkson ,Australia  10/13/01
Re: Further patterns of comparison Brian Humphrey 10/18/01
Re: Further patterns of comparison Jim Clarkson  10/21/01
Re: Further patterns of comparison Brian Humphrey 10/21/01
Cluttering S. Scallon 10/17/01
Re: Cluttering Brian Humphrey 10/19/01
word-final dysfluencies N. Bayer-graduate student 10/18/01
Re: word-final dysfluencies Brian Humphrey 10/19/01
Great Information (Thanks) Vonetta Clark 10/22/01
Re: Great Information (Thanks) Brian Humphrey 10/22/01

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