Walsh, B. & Smith, A. (2013). Oral EMG activation patterns are similar in preschoolers who do and do not stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.
Wray, A. H., & Weber-Fox, C. (2013). Specific aspects of cognitive and language proficiency account for variability in neural indices of semantic and syntactic processing in children. Developmental cognitive neuroscience.
[Dissertation] MacPherson, M. K. (2013). Cognitive and autonomic factors in speech motor control: Effects of the aging process.
Weber-Fox, C., Hampton-Wray, A., & Arnold, H. S. (2013). Early childhood stuttering and electrophysiological indices of language processing. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 38, 206-221.
MacPherson, M. K., & Smith, A. (2013). Influences of sentence length and syntactic complexity on the speech motor control of children who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 56, 89-102.
Sasisekaran, J., & Weber-Fox, C. (2012). Cross-sectional study of phoneme and rhyme monitoring abilities in children between 7 and 13 years. Applied Psycholinguistics, 33, 253-279.
Smith, A., Goffman, L., Sasisekaran, J., & Weber-Fox, C. (2012). Language and Motor Abilities of Preschool Children Who Stutter: Evidence from Behavioral and Kinematic Indices of Nonword Repetition Performance. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 37, 344-58.
[Dissertation] Hampton Wray, A. M. (2011). Cognitive and language proficiencies predict variability in neural activity mediating semantic and syntactic processing in children.
[Book chapter] Smith, A. (2010). Development of neural control of orofacial movements for speech. In Handbook of Phonetic Sciences. W. Hardcastle, J. Laver and F. Gibbon, (Eds). Wiley: Blackwell.
Olander, L., Smith, A., & Zelaznik, H. N. (2010).Evidence that a motor timing deficit is a factor in the development of stuttering.Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 53, 876-886.
Sasisekaran, J., Smith, A., Sadagopan, N., & Weber-Fox, C. (2010). Nonword Repetition in Children and Adults: Effects on movement coordination. Developmental Science, 13, 521-532.
Kaganovich, N., Hampton, A. & Weber-Fox, C. (2010). Non-linguistic auditory processing and working memory update in pre-school children who stutter: An electrophysiological study. Developmental Neuropsychology, 35 (6), 712-736.
Smith, A., Sadagopan, N., Walsh, B., & Weber-Fox, C. (2010). Increasing phonological complexity reveals heightened instability in inter-articulatory coordination in adults who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders,35, 1-18.
Weber-Fox, C., & Hampton, A. (2008).Stuttering and natural speech processing of semantic and syntactic constraints on verbs.Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 1058-1071.
[Book Chapter] Sanders, L. D., Weber-Fox, C. M., & Neville, H. J. (2008). Varying degrees of plasticity in different subsystems within language. Topics in Integrative Neuroscience: From Cells to Cognition, 125.
Weber-Fox, C., Spruill, J. E. III, Spencer, R., & Smith, A. (2008). Atypical neural functions underlying phonological processing and silent rehearsal in children who stutter. Developmental Science, 11, 321-3377.
Sadagopan, N. & Smith, A. (2008). Developmental Changes in the Effects of Utterance Length and Complexity on Speech Movement Variability Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 1138-1151.
Kleinow, J. & Smith, A. (2006). Potential interactions among, linguistic, autonomic, and motor factors in speech. DevelopmentalPsychobiology, 48, 275-287.
Walsh, B., Smith, A., & Weber-Fox, C. (2006). Short-term plasticity in children’s speech motor systems. Developmental Psychobiology, 48, 660-674.
Weber-Fox, C., Hart, L. J., & Spruill, J. E. (2006). Effects of grammatical categories on children’s visual language processing: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Brain and language, 98(1), 26-39.