Coarticulation and Formant Transition Rate in Young Children Who Stutter
- A Longitudinal Investigation of Speaking Rate in Preschool Children Who Stutter. Hall, Kelly Dailey; Yairi, Ehud; Amir, Ofer // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1999, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p1367
Presents a study which compared changes in articulatory rate over a period of two years in subgroups of preschool-age children who stutter and normally fluent children. Metrics of articulatory rate; Methodology; Results; Clinical implications.
- Phonological characteristics of children whose stuttering persisted or recovered. Paden, Elaine Pagel; Yairi, Ehud // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Oct96, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p981
Examines early phonological differences between children whose stuttering persisted and those who recovered from early stuttering. Test using Assessment of Phonological Processes.
- Clinical Problem Solving: Assessment of Phonological Disorders. Miccio, Adele W. // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Aug2002, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p221
In the lead article of this forum, Ken Bleile explains his approach to the initial assessment of Bobby, a 4;3 (years; months) old child with suspected problems with articulation and phonology. Bleile argues that to meet the challenge of balancing thoroughness and efficiency under less than ideal...
- Evaluating Articulation and Phonological Disorders When the Clock Is Running. Bleile, Ken // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Aug2002, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p243
The clinical evaluation of communication is a key element in the therapeutic process. This paper describes an approach to an initial clinical evaluation of a preschool-aged child referred to a clinic for problems in communication. Topics addressed in the evaluation include: What is the purpose...
- Two Comments on This Assessment Series. Lof, Gregory L. // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Aug2002, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p255
Comments on the procedures used in the assessment series of children's articulation to determine articulation disorders. Use of phonological processes and oral mechanism assessment to characterize production errors to develop treatment goals; Time contraints placed on clinicians for the...
- Coexistence of stuttering and disordered phonology in young children. Wolk, Lesley; Edwards, Mary Louise // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Oct93, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p906
Assesses differences in stuttering, phonological and diadochokinetic behaviors in young children suffering from either stuttering, disordered phonology or both. Selection of subjects; Assessment of each of the three behaviors; Implications of stuttering occurrences with or without...
- Stuttering and Phonology: Is There an Interaction? Nippold, Marilyn A. // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;May2002, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p99
Examines the possibility that stuttering and phonology may interact in some way. Prevalence estimates of phonological disorders in children not identified as having a stuttering problem; Features of the Demands and Capacities model; Literature on stuttering and phonological development.
- PREVALÃŠNCIA DE ALTERAÃ‡ÃƒO NO FRÃŠNULO LINGUAL E SUAS IMPLICAÃ‡Ã•ES NA FALA DE ESCOLARES. dos Santos Braga, Lívia Augusta; da Silva, Jozi; Pantuzzo, Camila Leal; Motta, Andréa Rodrigues // Revista CEFAC;2009 supplement 3, Vol. 11, p378
Purpose: to check the prevalence of altered tongue frenum and its implications on the scholar's speech. Methods: tongue frenum of 260 children between 6 and 12 years old was evaluated by three speech therapists using visual inspection and caliper measurements. The children that showed changes in...
- FATORES DE RISCO NA GAGUEIRA DESENVOLVIMENTAL FAMILIAL E ISOLADA. de Oliveira, Cristiane Moço Canhetti; de Souza, Heloisa Aparecida; dos Santos, Ana Claudia; Cunha, Denise; Giacheti, Célia Maria // Revista CEFAC;2011, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p2105
Purpose: to investigate and compare the risk factors for stuttering between children with familial developmental stuttering and children with sporadic developmental stuttering. Method: 60 children of both genders with stuttering took part, divided in two groups: GI - 30 children with familial...