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Advances in clinical phonetics / edited by Martin J. Ball, Martin Duckworth.

Contributor(s): Ball, Martin J. (Martin John) | Duckworth, Martin
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in speech pathology and clinical linguistics ; v. 6Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., c1996Description: xiv, 258 p. : ill. ; 23 cmISBN: 9027243379Subject(s): Speech therapy | Phonetics | English language -- Phonetics | Phonetics | Speech Perception -- physiology | Speech Disorders -- physiopathology -- case studiesDDC classification: 616.855 BAL D LOC classification: RC423 | .A33 1996
Contents:
1. Introduction; 2. Contributors; 3. Part 1 - Methodology; 4. 1. Developments in the theoretical understanding of speech and its disorders (by Kent, Raymond D.); 5. 2. Current developments in instrumentation for studying supraglottal structures (by Hardcastle, William J.); 6. 3. Current developments in transcription (by Ball, Martin J.); 7. 4. Perceptual and Acoustic methods in the evaluation of dysarthric speech (by Ziegler, Wolfram); 8. Part 2 - Case Studies; 9. 5. Types of deviant sibilant production in a group of school-aged children, and their response to treatment using EPG (by Gibbon, Fiona); 10. 6. An unusual pattern of speech production in a child with acquired epileptic aphasia (by Le Normand, Marie-Therese); 11. 7. The clinical assessment of Finnish fluency (by Moore, Kate); 12. 8. Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech (by Ball, Martin J.); 13. 9. Cepstra of normal and pathological voices in correlation to acoustical, aerodynamic and perceptual data (by Dejonckere, P.H.); 14. 10. Effects of age and smoking on the female voice (by Hewlett, Nigel); 15. 11. Isovowel lines for the evaluation of foreign accent difficulties (by Awan, Shaheen); 16. Index
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction; 2. Contributors; 3. Part 1 - Methodology; 4. 1. Developments in the theoretical understanding of speech and its disorders (by Kent, Raymond D.); 5. 2. Current developments in instrumentation for studying supraglottal structures (by Hardcastle, William J.); 6. 3. Current developments in transcription (by Ball, Martin J.); 7. 4. Perceptual and Acoustic methods in the evaluation of dysarthric speech (by Ziegler, Wolfram); 8. Part 2 - Case Studies; 9. 5. Types of deviant sibilant production in a group of school-aged children, and their response to treatment using EPG (by Gibbon, Fiona); 10. 6. An unusual pattern of speech production in a child with acquired epileptic aphasia (by Le Normand, Marie-Therese); 11. 7. The clinical assessment of Finnish fluency (by Moore, Kate); 12. 8. Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech (by Ball, Martin J.); 13. 9. Cepstra of normal and pathological voices in correlation to acoustical, aerodynamic and perceptual data (by Dejonckere, P.H.); 14. 10. Effects of age and smoking on the female voice (by Hewlett, Nigel); 15. 11. Isovowel lines for the evaluation of foreign accent difficulties (by Awan, Shaheen); 16. Index

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