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(2019-04)with Down’s Syndrome (DS) have a unique behavioural, physical, and cognitive profile that contributes to significant communication needs that persist throughout the lifespan. Despite this, reports suggest that individuals ...
Assessing Scottish Speech Sound Disorders: An Analysis of Assessment Tools’ Compliance with Good Practice Guidelines for the Transcription of Children’s Speech (2019-04)Background: There is a high prevalence of developmental speech difficulties in the UK, and speech sound disorders (SSDs) often make up a large portion of individual clinical caseloads. Children with SSD are shown to have ...
Investigating Perceptions of Speech Intelligibility & Communication Effectiveness: views of people with Parkinson’s Disease, their primary caregivers and unfamiliar participants (2019-04)study explored the relationship between speech intelligibility and communication effectiveness as rated by people with Parkinson’s Disease (PWP) and familiar listeners (PCs). Additionally, this study compared the ability ...
A Pictorial Guide to Lingual-Palatal-Contact Patterns of /t/, /s/, /ʃ/, and /tʃ/ in Typically Developing Children Aged 3-7 Years Old. (2019-04)(EPG) is used in research/clinical practice to provide information about articulatory movements of the tongue during speech. EPG research focuses on typical adult and impaired adult/child speech productions, with little ...
Using Twitter to analyse attitudes towards female breathiness: implications for voice feminization therapy. (2019-05)Objectives: The aims of the study were (a) to explore and analyse attitudes of Twitter users towards breathy voice quality in women, (b) evaluate implications of findings for male-to-female trans women undergoing voice ...