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Acoustic predictors of speech intelligibility in cerebral palsied-dysarthric adults

Beth M. Ansel

Acoustic predictors of speech intelligibility in cerebral palsied-dysarthric adults

by Beth M. Ansel

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Published by Indiana University Linguistics Club in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Articulation disorders,
  • Cerebral palsied,
  • Psychoacoustics

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 50-57.

    Statementby Beth M. Ansel.
    ContributionsIndiana University Linguistics Club.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC424.7 A55 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 58 p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21088132M

    Purpose: Speech acoustic characteristics of children with cerebral palsy (CP) were examined with a multiple speech subsystems approach; speech intelligibility was evaluated using a prediction model in which acoustic measures were selected to represent three speech subsystems. Method: Nine acoustic variables reflecting different subsystems, and speech intelligibility, were measured in 22 Cited by:   Vowel Intelligibility in Children With and Without Dysarthria: An Exploratory Study Show all authors. Erika S. Levy, PhD 1. Acoustic predictors of intelligibility in cerebral palsied-dysarthric adults (Unpublished doctoral dissertation).Cited by: 6.

    Our results support the need for frequent evaluation of dysarthric ALS patients to better understand the relationship between intelligibility and the acoustic parameters of speech. References Cha, C. H., & Patten, B. M. ().Cited by: Speech intelligibility versus speech quality Speech intelligibility is a measure of the effectiveness of speech communication. Speech intelligibility is usually defined as the percentage of speech units (syllables, words or sentences) correctly perceived by listeners. FormalCited by: 1.

    Children’s speech and language development typically follows a pattern. Those with cerebral palsy may not progress as predictably – calling for speech therapy intervention. Speech problems include: Articulation disorders – Cerebral palsy patients may experience poor oral-motor control and muscle weakness in the head, neck, face and throat. Many individuals with cerebral palsy use natural speech as one mode of communication. Recent research suggests that, for these individuals, speech supplementation strategies, such as topic cues, alphabet cues, and combined cues, can have a significant impact on intelligibility; however, the impact of these strategies when speakers actually implement them while producing connected speech is.


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Acoustic Predictors of Speech Intelligibility in Cerebral Palsied-Dysarthric AdultsAuthor: Beth M. Ansel. Acoustic predictors of speech intelligibility in cerebral palsied-dysarthric adults. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Linguistics Club, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Beth M Ansel.

In adults, acquired dysarthria manifests as a change from previously normal speech function and is clinically diagnosed based on evidence of weakness, abnormal tone, or impaired coordination in speech musculature and the presence of deviant speech features in one or more speech domains (i.e., articulation, phonation, respiration, resonance, and prosody; Darley, Aronson, & Brown, ; Duffy, ).

Because speech development Cited by: 7. The objectives of this study were to identify acoustic characteristics of connected speech that differentiate children with dysarthria secondary to cerebral palsy (CP) from typically developing children and to identify acoustic measures that best detect dysarthria in children with by: 7.

Hustad, PhD, K. Acoustic Predictors of Pediatric Dysarthria in Cerebral Palsy. Allison KM, Hustad KC. Acoustic Predictors of Pediatric Dysarthria in Cerebral Palsy.

Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 61(3) Purpose: Speech acoustic characteristics of children with cerebral palsy (CP) were examined with a multiple speech subsystems approach; speech intelligibility was evaluated using a prediction. It is important to note that studies on adult dysarthria have long been using acoustic analyses to objectively quantify speech features [1, 8, 16, 19], whereas research into childhood dysarthria has only recently started exploring the usefulness of acoustic analyses in characterizing speech.

This does not. Department of Psychology B Kastle Hall University of Kentucky Lexington, KY Tel: Fax:   Acoustic Predictors of Pediatric Dysarthria in Cerebral Palsy. Allison KM(1)(2), Hustad KC(1)(2). Author information: (1)Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of by: 7.

Results: The majority of adults with CP showed moderate to severe dysarthria with symptoms on all dimensions of speech, most prominently voice quality, respiration, and prosody. Regression analyses.

Developmental dysarthria in a young adult with cerebral palsy: A speech subsystems analysis Anja Kuschmann & Rebecca Neill University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK [email protected] ABSTRACT The speech of children with cerebral palsy (CP) and dysarthria is associated with limited breath control, voice quality changes and imprecise Author: Anja Kuschmann, Rebecca Neill.

Yet, still little is known about the predictors of the reduced speech intelligibility in adults with ID. Speech Intelligibility Speech intelligibility is usually approached as word or utterance recognition in natural communication situations [ 5 ].Cited by: 8. This study evaluated the relationship between specific acoustic features of speech and perceptual judgments of word intelligibility of adults with cerebral palsy-dysarthria.

Use of a contrasting word task allowed for intelligibility analysis and correlated acoustic analysis according to specified spectral and temporal by: Predicting Speech Intelligibility With a Multiple Speech Subsystems Approach in Children With Cerebral Palsy Article in Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research 57(5).

The speech intelligibility and articulatory impairment of 32 spastic and 18 athetoid males, aged 17–55, were examined. Selection was based on a definite diagnosis of cerebral palsy, and adequate intelligence, hearing, and ability to perform the required by: 1.

Acoustic changes in the speech of children with cerebral palsy following an intensive program of dysarthria therapy Article in International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 53(1. Purpose Speech acoustic characteristics of children with cerebral palsy (CP) were examined with a multiple speech subsystems approach; speech intelligibility was evaluated using a prediction model in which acoustic measures were selected to represent three speech by: Dysarthria in Adults With Cerebral Palsy: Clinical Presentation and Impacts on Communication Theresa Schölderle, Anja Staiger, Renée Lampe, Katrin Strecker and Wolfram Ziegler Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research () 1 Dec Cited by: 8.

Acoustic predictors of speech intelligibility in cerebral palsied dysarthric adults. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin–Madison. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 38, – Google Scholar. Weismer, G., Jeng, J-Y., Laures Cited by:   The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of reduced vowel working space on dysarthric talkers’ speech intelligibility using both acoustic and perceptual approaches.

In experiment 1, the acoustic–perceptual relationship between vowel working space area and speech intelligibility was examined in Mandarin-speaking young adults with cerebral by:. Purpose: The objectives of this study were to identify acoustic characteristics of connected speech that differentiate children with dysarthria secondary to cerebral palsy (CP) from typically developing children and to identify acoustic measures that best detect dysarthria in children with CP.

Method: Twenty 5-year-old children with dysarthria secondary to CP were compared to 20 age- and sex Cited by: 7.Speech and language therapy is a process by which a licensed therapist treats the communication, speech and language disorders.

Speech pathologists increase a child’s oral motor skills and communication acumen by using exercises that train the brain to pronounce – as well as understand and interpret – individual words, sounds, numbers and. Reduced speech intelligibility is often associated with individuals having cerebral palsy.

The purpose of the present study was to investigate the speech intelligibility and acoustic characteristics of three subtypes of cerebral palsy (athetoid, spastic, mixed) among adult speakers of Mandarin. A Mandarin word intelligibility test was constructed using phonetic contrasts known from Cited by: 1.