Casby, M.W., (1991).  Symbolic play I: A developmental framework. Infant-Toddler Intervention, 1, 219-231.

          

Casby, M.W., (1991).  Symbolic play II:  A unified model.  Infant-Toddler Intervention, 1, 233-243.

             

Casby, M.W., (1992).  Symbolic play: Development and assessment consider­ations.  Infants and Young Children, 4, 43-48.

             

Casby, M.W., (1992).  An intervention approach for naming problems in children.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1, 35-42.

            

 Casby, M.W., (1992).  The cognitive hypothesis and its influence on speech-language services in schools.  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 23, 198-202.

             

Casby, M.W., (1996).  Acquired childhood language disorders.  In. M. Smith & J. Damico (Eds.), Childhood Language Disorders. NY: Thieme Medical Publishers.

             

Casby, M.W., (1996).  Cognition and language: basis, policy, practice, and recommendations.  ASHA SID I -- Language Learning & Education Newsletter, 3.

            

 Casby, M.W., (1997).  Symbolic play of children with language impairment: a critical review.  Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 40, 468-479.

             

Casby, M.W., (2001).  Otitis media and language development: A meta-analysis.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 10, 65-80.

Casby, M.W., (2003).  The development of symbolic play in children.  Communication Disorders Quarterly, 24, 163-174.


Casby, M.W., (2003).  The developmental assessment of play: A model for early intervention. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 24, 175-183.

Ogiela, D.A., Schmitt, C., & Casby, M.W., (2005).  Verb phrase telicity and verbal morphology in children with specific language impairment.  Proceedings of the Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 29, 424-435.


        Casby, M.W., (2011).  An examination of the relationship of sample size and mean length of utterance for children with developmental language impairment. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 27(3) 286-298.

        Casby, M.W., ( in prep.). Noun-phrase elaboration in children with Specific Language Impairment.


        Casby, M.W. & Ogiela, D., (in prep.).  Grammatical morphology and specific language impairment in children: A meta-analysis.


        Casby, M.W., (in prep.).  Cognitive abilities and specific language impairment in children: A meta-analysis.


Casby, M.W., (in prep).  Noun phrase elaboration in children with specific langauge impairment.






Casby, M.W., (2000).  Emergent & Early Literacy:  What’s a School District to Do?  Portland Independent School District.  March.

             
Casby, M.W., (2000).  Otitis Media & Language Development: A Meta-Analysis II.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Washington, D.C., November.

             
Casby, M.W., (2000).  The Acoustical Substance and “Learnability” of the Morphophonemic Form /Iz/.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Washington, D.C., November.

             
Casby, M.W., (2000).  Noun Phrase Elaboration in Children with Language Impairment.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Washington, D.C., November.

             
Casby, M.W., & Ogiela, D., (2001).  (Very) Low Birth Weight and Language Outcome: A Meta-Analysis.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA, November.

             
Casby, M.W., (2002).  A Dynamical-Systems Ontogenetic Model of Communicative Competence with Implications for Early Childhood Education.  Michigan Association for the Education of Young Children, Grand Rapids, MI, March.

             
Casby, M.W., (2002).  Word Frequency, Imagery, Phonological Neighborhood Size and Age of Acquisition. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November.

            
 
Casby, M.W., & Ogiela, D., (2002).  Grammatical Morphology and Specific Language Impairment: A Meta-Analysis.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA, November.

             
Liverpool
, T., & Casby, M.W., (2003).  The Relationship of Ethnicity and Socio-Economic Status to Language Usage.  McNair-SROP Program, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, August.

             
Robinson, G., Granzo, C., Casby, M.W., & Rakerd, B., (2003).  Start Smart: Outline of an Innovative Clinical Education Model. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL, November.

             
Ogiela, D., Casby, M.W., & Schmitt, C., (2003).  Bound Morpheme Acquisition in Children with SLI: An Intervention Study. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL, November.

             
Ogiela, D., Casby, M.W., & Schmitt, C., (2003).  Grammatical Morpheme Acquisition in Children with SLI: An Intervention Study. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL, November.

            
 
Casby, M.W., (2003). Symbolic Play: Development & Applied Significance. William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI, December 8.

             
Casby, M.W., (2004). Early Language Development. Michigan Early Hearing Interventionists’ & Parents’ Conference, Lansing, MI, February 6.

            
 
Casby, M.W., (2004).  Tips for Preparing for a Career in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Communication Conference & Career Fair, East Lansing, MI, February 20.

            
 
Ogiela, D., Casby, M.W., & Schmitt, C., (2004).  Default Aspect: Evidence from Specific Language Impairment.  Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, MA, November 4-7.

            
 
Ogiela, D., Casby, M.W., & Schmitt, C., (2004).  Verb Aspect and Specific Language Impairment.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA, November.

            
 
Casby, M.W., & Rakerd, B., (2004).  Transitions to ASHA’s CCC KASA. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA, November.

Casby, M.W., (2005).  Red Herrings, Dead Horses, Blind Alleys, and Straw Men (Apologies to Gene Cooper): The Language-Cognition Connection Conundrum.  Lansing Intermediate School District, Lansing, MI, January 12.


Casby, M.W., (2005).  Cognitive Referencing: Bases, Practices and Policies.  Holt Intermediate School District, Holt, MI March 2.
             
Ogiela, D.A., Schmitt, C., & Casby, M.W., (2005).  Crosslinguistic acquisition of verb telicity.  International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Berlin, July.


Ogiela, D.A., Schmitt, C., & Casby, M.W., (2005).  Semantic and syntactic influences on verb phrase telicity.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Diego, CA, November.


Casby, M.W., (2006).  Am I a reading teacher? The relationships and roles of speech-language pathology and emergent/early reading.  Kent County Intermediate School District, Grand Rapids, MI


Ogiela, D., Schmitt, C., Casby, M.W., (2007).  Are we done yet?  Children’s interpretation of verb phrase telicity.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Boston, MA


Casby, M.W., (2007).  Speech and language development and stimulation for early education.  Preparing Disadvantaged Children for Success in School: The Role of Families and Educators.  3rd Annual Research-to-Practice Conference, Family and Child Ecology.


Casby, M.W., (2008).  Speech and language development and stimulation for early education.  Saginaw Valley Intermediate School District.


Casby, M.W., (2008).  Specific language impairment and cognition: A meta-analysis.  American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Chicago,  IL


Casby, M.W., (2011).  An examination of the relationship of sample size and mean length of utterance for children with developmental language impairment. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association National Convention, San Diego, CA. November.