Helena Bolli Mota

Federal University of Santa Maria 
Applied Linguistics, phonology, speech pathology
"Helena Mota"
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Melo RM, Mota HB, Berti LC. (2017) The contrast between alveolar and velar stops with typical speech data: acoustic and articulatory analyses. Codas. 29: e20160117
Wiethan FM, Mota HB, Moraes AB. (2016) Correlations between vocabulary and phonological acquisition: number of words produced versus acquired consonants. Codas. 28: 379-87
Glória YA, Hanauer LP, Wiethan FM, et al. (2016) The use of conjunctions by children with typical language development. Codas. 0
Wiethan FM, Nóro LA, Mota HB. (2014) Early lexical and phonological acquisition and its relationships. Codas. 26: 260-4
Savoldi A, Bruno LB, Mezzomo CL, et al. (2014) Avaliação de aspectos pragmáticos em crianças com desvios fonológicos Revista Cefac. 16: 1142-1150
Bagetti T, Ceron MI, Mota HB, et al. (2012) Phonological changes after the application of therapy approach based on distinctive features in the treatment of phonological disorder. Jornal Da Sociedade Brasileira De Fonoaudiologia. 24: 282-7
Baesso JS, Mota HB, Mezzomo CL, et al. (2012) O uso de estratégias de reparo no constituinte onset complexo: desenvolvimento fonológico normal e desviante Revista Cefac. 16: 105-119
Giacchini V, Mota HB, Mezzomo CL. (2012) Relevant variables in the therapeutic process for the consonant clusters acquisition in the speech of children with phonological disorder Revista Cefac. 0-0
Didoné DD, Kunst LR, Weich TM, et al. (2011) Function of the medial olivocochlear system in children with phonological disorders. Jornal Da Sociedade Brasileira De Fonoaudiologia. 23: 358-63
Vidor-Souza D, Mota HB, Santos RM. (2011) The development of articulatory awareness and the relationship between perception and production of the articulatory gesture. Jornal Da Sociedade Brasileira De Fonoaudiologia. 23: 252-7
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