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Peer-reviewed journal articles
Cheung, S., Han, E., Kushki, A., Anagnostou, E., & Biddiss, E. (2016) “Biomusic: An auditory interface for detecting physiological indicators of anxiety in children.” Front Neurosci. 10:401. doi:10.3389/fnins.2016.00401
Quinn de Launay, K., Cheung, S., Riggs, L., Reed, N., & Beal, D. (Aug, 2018). “The effect of multi-session transcranial direct current stimulation on cognitive performance in youth with concussion: A pilot and feasibility study.” at NYC Neuromodulation Conference, New York, NY.
Cheung, S., Thompson, K., Orlandi, S., Yunusova, Y., & Beal, D. (Feb, 2018). “Preliminary steps to validate Audapter, a software application for online tracking of children’s formants.” at Madonna Conference on Motod Speech, Savannah, GA. dx.doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.36054.14409
Cheung, S., Thompson, K., Quinn de Launay, K., Yunusova, Y., & Beal, D. (Feb, 2018). “Compensation and adaptation to vowel perturbation in children aged 4 to 9.” at Madonna Conference on Motor Speech, Savannah, GA.
Cheung, S., Quinn de Launay, K., & Beal, D. (Nov, 2017). “Altered auditory feedback in the study of children’s speech production: A scoping review.” at 2017 American Speech-Language-Hearing Convention, Los Angeles, CA. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.10906.54722
Cheung, S., Hodge, A., Khan, A., Chen, J., & Biddiss, E. (Nov, 2016). “Development of music-based video games for upper limb rehabilitation therapy in children with cerebral palsy.” at 12th Annual NeuroMusic Conference, Hamilton, ON. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.32908.51846
Cheung, S.T. (Mar, 2016). “MusicMaster: Movement through Music.” at CP-NET Workshop 2016, Toronto, ON.
Cheung, S.T. & Bruce, I.C. (May, 2015). “Can auditory brainstem and midbrain processing of interaural level diﬀerence cues really explain perceptual performance?” Presented by I.C. Bruce at 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA. doi:10.1121/1.4920775
Cheung, S.T. & Bruce, I.C. (Aug, 2014). “Modeling the neural representation of interaural level diﬀerences for linked and unlinked bilateral hearing aids.” at International Hearing Aid Research Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.12089.88163