Frank Guenther was recently featured on WGBH discussing his work with people suffering from locked-in syndrome as well as the complexities of both normal speech and disordered speech. http://forum-network.org/lectures/how-brain-produces-language-and-what-can-go-wrong/
Frank Guenther was featured in a recent NBCNEWS.com in an article entitled, "Why that echoey phone feedback drives us nuts", discussing delayed auditory feedback.
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NewScientist article, "Telepathy machine reconstructs speech from brainwaves" mentions Frank Guenther's work on brain signals in speech production.
A recent Discovery News piece, Device turns thoughts into speech, focused on Frank Guenther's work decoding neural signals into speech sounds via an electrode in the brain of a locked-in patient.