Metrical Analysis of the Speech of Children With Suspected Developmental Apraxia of Speech
- The Relationship Between Multiple Birth Children's Early Phonological Skills and Later Literacy. McMahon, Sandra; Stassi, Kelly; Dodd, Barbara // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Jan98, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p11
Looks at the documentation of 20 multiple birth children (MBC) with early speech language skills, while comparing narrative data and 20 singleton controls on tasks assessing phonological processing and literacy. Indication that MBC performed significantly more poorly on some tasks of...
- Orofacial Praxis Abilities in Children with Speech Disorders. Bertagnolli, Ana Paula Coitino; Gubiani, Marileda Barichello; Ceron, Marizete; Keske-Soares, Márcia // International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology;2015, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p286
Introduction Phonological development occurs in a gradual manner until the age of 7 years. The phonological system is constructed in a similar way for all children, despite presenting some variations in terms of age, paths taken, or repair strategies used. Objective To compare the orofacial...
- Dual copy number variants involving 16p11 and 6q22 in a case of childhood apraxia of speech and pervasive developmental disorder. Newbury, Dianne F; Mari, Francesca; Sadighi Akha, Elham; MacDermot, Kay D; Canitano, Roberto; Monaco, Anthony P; Taylor, Jenny C; Renieri, Alessandra; Fisher, Simon E; Knight, Samantha J L // European Journal of Human Genetics;Apr2013, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p361
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) in two patients with 16p11.2 microdeletion syndrome" in the August 22, 2012 issue.
- Developmental apraxia of speech: I. Descriptive and theoretical perspectives. Shriberg, Lawrence D.; Aram, Dorothy M. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p273
Part I. Reviews relevant descriptive and theoretical perspectives of the developmental apraxia of speech. Phonology; Language disorders in children; Diagnostic features; Perceptual-memorial processes; Transformational processes.
- Developmental apraxia of speech: II. Toward a diagnostic marker. Shriberg, Lawrence D.; Aram, Dorothy M. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p286
Part II. Presents two studies which aimed to determine if a diagnostic marker for developmental apraxia of speech (DAS) can be identified in two samples of children with suspected DAS. Assessment of the level of support for alternative hypotheses about the nature and origin of DAS; Consistency...
- Let's Talk. Paul-Brown, Diane; Clausen, Roseanne // ASHA;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p67
Focuses on developmental apraxia of speech. How the problem is thought to arise from; What this means for the child; How to get help; How the child will be assessed; What the treatment program will consist of; Resources for parents.
- The relationship of phonological development and language dominance in bilingual Cantonese-Putonghua children. Naska C. W. Law; Lydia K. H. So // International Journal of Bilingualism;Dec2006, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p405
The study investigated similarities and differences in the development of the Cantonese and the Putonghua phonology of children becoming bilingual in those languages with different dominant languages. One hundred children living in Hong Kong or in Shenzhen and aged from 2;6â€“4;11, who were...
- ON WORD-INITIAL VOICING: CONVERGING SOURCES OF EVIDENCE IN PHONOLOGICALLY DISORDERED SPEECH. Gierut, Judith A.; Dinnsen, Daniel A. // Language & Speech;Apr-Jun86, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p97
Examines the implications for the clinical assessment and treatment of children with phonological disordered speech. Characteristics of two children's disordered phonological systems; Ability to produce systematic phonetic distinctions among sounds for the purpose of marking phonological...
- A Phonemic Implicational Feature Hierarchy of Phonological Contrasts for English-Speaking Children. Stokes, Stephanie F.; Klee, Thomas; Carson, Cecyle Perry; Carson, David // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2005, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p817
Contrastive feature hierarchies have been developed and used for some time in depicting typical phonological development and in guiding therapy decisions. Previous descriptions of feature use have been based on independent analyses and usually phonetic inventories. However, recent trends in...