Selected publications of our team members


Pascoe, M., Mahura, O. & Rossouw, K. (2019, in press). Transcribing and transforming: Towards inclusive, multilingual child speech training for South African speech-language therapy students. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica. Special Issue on Transcription of Children’s Speech.

Brookes, H.J., Capirci, O., Colletta, JM., Hadian-Cefidekhanie, A., Nteso, T. and Sparaci, L. (forthcoming). A comparative investigation into early representational gestures across French, Italian and SeSotho speaking children.

Brookes, H.J. (2018). Gestures and Gesturing on the African Continent. In Agwuele, A. and Bodomo, A. (eds.) Handbook of African Linguistics. Pp 427-437, Oxford: Routledge.

Ovendale, A., Brookes, H.J., Colletta, JM. and Davis, Z. (2018). The role of gestural polysigns and gestural sequences in teaching mathematical concepts: The case of halving. Gesture 17(1): 128-158.

Pascoe, M., Mahura, O. & Le Roux, J. (2018). South African English speech development: Preliminary data from typically developing pre-school children in Cape Town. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 10.1080/02699206.2018.1510985.

Pascoe, M., Klop, D., Mdlalo, T., & Ndhambi, M. (2018). Beyond lip service: Towards human rights-driven guidelines for South African speech-language pathologists. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 20(1).

Pascoe, M., Rossouw, K. & Mahura, O. (2018). Core vocabulary intervention for an isiXhosa-English speaking child with speech sound difficulties. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

Rossouw, K. & Pascoe, M. (2018). Intervention for bilingual speech sound disorders: Description of an isiXhosa-English speaking child. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, 65(1).

Tchoungui Oyono, L., Pascoe, M. & Singh, S. (2018). The prevalence of speech and language disorders in French-speaking preschool children from Yaounde, Cameroon. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

Pascoe, M. & McLeod, S. (2016). Cross-Cultural Adaptation of the Intelligibility in Context Scale for South Africa. Child Language Teaching and Therapy 32(3), 327–343.

Mahura, O. & Pascoe, M. (2016). The acquisition of Setswana segmental phonology in children aged 3;0 – 6;0 years: A cross-sectional study. International Journal of Speech Language Pathology.

Pascoe, M., Bissessur, D. & Mayers, P. (2016). Mothers’ perceptions of their premature infant’s communication: a description of two cases. Journal of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, 21, 143–154.


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