Penerbitan SCOPUS/ERA

susheel joginder singh, fatin nur syakirah mohd azman, shobha sharma & rogayah abdul razak.  (2021).  malaysian parents perception of how screen time affects their childrens language.  - journal of children and media.  1-10. 

susheel joginder singh, tzi min tan, rahayu mustaffa kamal.  (2020).  speech-language pathology clinical education in malaysia: current practice and future direction.  - speech, language and hearing.  91-100. 

shin ying chu, siti nor syamim aqila binti mohd normal, grace e. mcconnell, joo siang tan and susheel kaur dhillon joginder singha.  (2020).  challenges faced by parents of children with autism spectrum disorder in malaysia.  - speech, language and hearing.  221-231. 

susheel joginder singh, zhi zhi diong, rahayu mustaffa kamal.  (2020).  malaysian teachers experience using augmentative and alternative communication with students.  - augmentative and alternative communication.  107-117. 

susheel joginder singh, nur hazirah hussein, rahayu mustaffa kamal, fatimah hani hassan.  (2017).  reflections of malaysian parents of children with developmental disabilities on their experiences with aac.  - augmentative and alternative communication.  110-120. 

susheel joginder singh, min yen chan and yazmin ahmad rusli.  (2016).  practise patterns of malaysian speech-language pathologists in managing children with speech and language delay/disorder.  - international journal of speech language pathology (ijslp).  560-570. 

susheel joginder singh, teresa iacono, kylie m. gray.  (2015).  interactions of pre-symbolic children with developmental disabilities with their mothers and siblings.  - international journal of language and communication disorders.  202-214. 

joginder singh s., iacono t., gray k.m..  (2014).  an investigation of the intentional communication and symbolic play skills of children with down syndrome and cerebral palsy in malaysia.  - journal of early intervention.  71 - 89. 

joginder singh, s, iacono, t.c , gray, k.m..  (2011).  a comparison of malaysian and australian speech-language pathologists` practices with children with developmental disabilities who are pre-symbolic.  - international journal of speech-language pathology.  13(5):389-398.