This is just a small collection of some of the research available surrounding Cued Speech and deafness.

Research about and including Cued Speech:

The Neural Basis of Speech Perception through Lipreading and Manual Cues: Evidence from Deaf Native Users of Cued Speech – Aparicio, M., Peigneux, P., Charlier, B., Balériaux, D., Kavec, M. and Leybaert, J. (2017) full text >>

A longitudinal study on auditory perception and speech intelligibility in deaf children implanted younger than 18 months in comparison to those implanted at later ages. – De Raeve,  L.,  (2010) abstract >>

An Alternate Route for Preparing Deaf Children for BiBi Programs: The Home Language as LI and Cued Speech for Conveying Traditionally Spoken Languages –  LaSasso, C. J., Metzger, M. A., (1998) abstract >>

An examination of Cued Speech as a tool for language, literacy, and bilingualism for children who are deaf or hard of hearing – Reynolds, S. E. (2007) full text >>

An investigation of speechreading with and without Cued Speech – Gregory, J. (1987). abstract>>

Analysis and synthesis of the three-dimensional movements of the head, face, and hand of a speaker using Cued Speech – Gibert, G., Bailly, G., Beautemps, D., and Elisei, F. (2005) abstract >>

Annotated Bibliography of Research on Cued Speech – Cornett, R. O., (1990) full text >>

Complete Signed and Cued French: An original signed language-Cued Speech Combination – Charlier, B., (1992) abstract >>

Cued Speech and Cochlear Implants: Powerful Partners – Smith, J., (2006) full text >>

Cued Speech and the Reception of Spoken Language – Nicholls, G. H., Ling Mcgill, D., (1982) abstract >>

Cued Speech for Enhancing Speech Perception and First Language Development of Children with Cochlear Implants – Leybaert, J., LaSasso, C. J., (2010) abstract >>

Cued Speech in the stimulation of communication: an advantage in cochlear implantation – Descourtieux, C., Groh, V., Rusterholtz, A., Simoulin, I., Busquet, D., (1999) abstract >>

Effects of English Cued Speech on Speech Processing and Literacy: A single case study – Bladel, J., Rees, R., (1989) abstract >>

Evaluating a virtual speech cuer – Gibert, G., Bailly G., Elisei, F., (2010) full text >>

From 1-word to 2-words with cochlear implant and cued speech: A case study – Moreno-Torres, I., Torres, S., (2008) abstract >>

Influence of communication mode on speech intelligibility and syntactic structure of sentences in profoundly hearing impaired French children implanted between 5 and 9 years of age. – Vieu, A., Mondain, M., Blanchard, K., Sillon, M., Reuillard-Artieres, F., Tobey, E., Uziel, A., Piron, J. P., (1998) abstract >>

Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of Linguistic Input Support to a Prelingually Deaf Child With Cued Speech: A Case Study – Torres S., Moreno-Torres, I., Santana, R., (2006) abstract >>

Reading and Reading-Related Skills in Children Using Cochlear Implants: Prospects for the Influence of Cued Speech – Bouton, S., Bertoncini, J., Serniclaes, W., Cole, P., (2011) abstract >>

Rhyme Generation in Deaf Students: The Effect of Exposure to Cued Speech – LaSasso, C., Crain, K. L., Leybaert, J., (2003) abstract >>

The Role of Cued Speech in the Development of Spanish Prepositions – Santana Hernandez, R., Torres-Monreal, S., Garcia Orza, J., (2003) abstract >>

The role of lip-reading and Cued Speech in the processing of phonological information in French-educated deaf children. – Alegria, J., Charlier, B., Mattys, S., (1999) abstract >>

Use of Internal Speech in Reading by Hearing and HearingImpaired Students in Oral, Total Communication, and CS Programs – Wandel, J. E., (1990) full text >>

Variability in deaf children’s spelling: the effect of language experience – Leybaert, J. & Lechat, J. (2001). abstract>>

Visual Speech in the Head: The Effect of Cued-Speech on Rhyming, Remembering, and Spelling – Leybaert, J., Charlier, B., (2001) abstract >>

What can be expected from a late cochlear implantation? – Kos, M., Deriaz, M., Guyot, J., Pelizzone, M., (2009) abstract >>

Auditory Neuropathy Research:

Auditory neuropathy/dyssynchrony – Its diagnosis and management – Berlin, C. I., Morlet, T., Hood, L. J., (2003) abstract >>

Auditory Neuropathy/Dys-Synchrony: After the Diagnosis, then what? – Berlin, C. I., Li, L., Hood, L. J., Morlet, T., Rose, K., Brashears, S., (2003) abstract >>

Deafblind Research:

Analytic Study of the Tadoma Method: Improving Performance Through the Use of Supplementary Tactual Displays – Reed, C. M., Rabinowitz, W. M., Durlach, N. I., Delhorne, L. A., Braida, L. D., Pemberton, J. C., Mulcahey, B. D., Washington, D. L., (1992) abstract >>

Tactual Cued Speech as a Supplement to Speechreading – Delhorne, L. A., Besing, J. M., Durlach, N. I., Reed, C. M., (1998) full text >>