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Although speech-language pathologists (SLPs) have access to a wealth of information to guide the selection and prioritization of targets for intervention with children who have speech sound disorders (SSDs), empirical evidence needed to support such decisions is lacking. The role of vowels is...
Voice and Speech Outcomes Following Intensive Voice and Motor Speech Treatment Delivered Sequentially to Children with Motor Speech Disorders Secondary to Cerebral PalsyDownload
Purpose: The purpose of this retrospective study was to examine the treatment outcomes in children with a mixed diagnoses of dysarthria and childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), secondary to Cerebral Palsy (CP) after the completion of LSVT®LOUD followed by a six-week motor speech treatment. Method:...
An increasing number of realists about science believe that what science really tells us about are the world's structural features. For these realists, then, we should restrict our realist commitments: the theoretical objects described by science are not the kinds of entities towards which we...
Intelligibility and degree of accentedness are interrelated aspects of non-native speech. Previous research suggests that foreign accentedness is influenced by phonetic distance measures . These distance measures may also influence the intelligibility of individual words. In the present study...