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Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics : Exc Business And Economy (Whurr) - Wolfram Ziegler

Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics

Exc Business And Economy (Whurr)

By: Wolfram Ziegler (Editor), Karin Deger (Editor)

Paperback Published: 15th December 1997
ISBN: 9781861560544
Number Of Pages: 554

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In this work are papers presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association (ICPLA). They cover a range of topics, from infant babbling to language in dementia, from pragmatic disabilities to cleft palate articulation, and from slow potentials to nasalance measures. Some of the papers contribute to fundamental issues of speech and language disorders, others to clinical issues such as assessment and treatment. The book also covers a variety of research questions, patient groups, syndrome taxonomies, experimental paradigms and measurement techniques. The overall aim is to increase the understanding of communication disorders, and to improve the methodologies for diagnosing and treating them.

List of Contributors
Preface
Disorders of Speech and Language Acquisition
Perspectives on Grammatical Impairment in Childrenp. 5
Testing Children's Language Abilities - A Description of a New Language Test: Reynell Developmental Language Scalesp. 21
Speech Perception and Comprehension of Dysphasic Childrenp. 29
Vulnerability of Conjunction and Verb Tense Use in the Narrative Speech of Dyslexic Childrenp. 41
The Processing of Past Tense in Norwegian Specifically Language Impaired Childrenp. 47
Rapid Lexical Learning: Video versus Live Presentation of Textp. 55
The Role of Phonotactic Range in the Order of Acquisition of English Consonantsp. 65
Evidence from Vowel Disorders for the Nature of Minimal Phonological Units in Acquisitionp. 72
Variability in Phonological Disorders: Can we Search for Systematicity? Evidence from Turkish-Speaking Childrenp. 79
Phonological Processes of Turkish Phonologically Disordered Children: Language Specific or Universal?p. 88
Phonological Awareness and Severe Reading/Writing Delayp. 98
Homonyms in Children's Productions of Consonant Clustersp. 106
A Phonetically-Based Feature Geometry for the Analysis and Classification of Disordered Pronunciationp. 115
A Paradox in Process-Based Analysisp. 123
Phonological Encoding Processes in Children with Developmental Apraxia of Speechp. 131
Acoustic Analysis of Infant CV Protosyllablesp. 141
Covert Contrast and the Acquisition of Phonetics and Phonologyp. 147
A Perceptual and Electropalatographic Case Study of Pierre Robin Sequencep. 157
Cross-Language (Cantonese/English) Study of Articulatory Error Patterns in Cleft Palate Speech Using Electropalatography (EPG)p. 165
Phonetic Development in Children with Cochlear Implants Trained Using the Auditory-Verbal Philosophyp. 177
The Cognitive Basis of Pragmatic Disabilityp. 195
Is Motor Performance Related to Memory Performance in Children with Specific Language Impairment?p. 203
Dyscalculia: Clinical Linguistics?p. 213
Speech and Language Disorders in Adults
The Relevance of Temporal Resolution for Functional Neuroimaging Studies of Speech and Language Processingp. 227
Hemispheric Lateralization of Speech Production and Singing at the Level of the Motor Cortex in fMRIp. 238
Articulation of Spoken and Sung Sentencesp. 244
The English Language Version of the Aachen Aphasia Testp. 253
Word Formation versus Inflection: Processing of 'Binding Morpheme' in German Aphasicsp. 262
Modelling Within-Category Function Word Errors in Language Impairmentp. 275
The Processing of Linguistic Emotional Information in Patients with Acquired Brain Lesionsp. 281
Differences Between the Left and the Right Hand in Agraphicsp. 288
Increased Writing Activity: a Neurolinguistic Perspectivep. 295
Sentence Comprehension Deficit in Alzheimer's Diseasep. 304
Linguistic Analysis of Spontaneous, Conversational Speech in Probable Alzheimer's Disease: A Comparison with Normal Older Adultsp. 312
Segmental Errors in Aphasia as (Psycho) linguistic Evidence of the Nature of Phonological Representationsp. 323
Is There a Link Between Phonemic Paraphasias and Loanword Adaptations?p. 336
The Cortical Processing of Affective Speech Prosody: a DC-Potential Studyp. 349
Processing of Emotional Prosodic Information in Patients with Unilateral Brain Lesionsp. 359
Patterns of Prosodic Disability in a Person with a Non-Fluent Aphasiap. 367
Affective Prosody in Patients with Parkinson's Diseasep. 378
Prosodic Characteristics of the Speech of Patients with Parkinson's Disease and Friedreich's Ataxiap. 383
A Motor Skill Approach to Stutteringp. 391
Control of Speech Rate and Rhythm in Patients with Left-Hemisphere Lesionsp. 405
Speech Encoding and Apraxia of Speech: Evidence from Xhosap. 414
Timing Deficits in Dysarthric Patients: Acoustic and Articulatory Correlates of Vowel Type and Vowel Quantity in Patients with Parkinson's Disease and Cerebellar Ataxiap. 423
Speech Perception and Production in Cerebellar Disorders: The Contribution of Timing Deficitsp. 435
Orofacial and Forefinger Force Control in Parkinson's Diseasep. 440
Gender-Specific Phonatory Dysfunctions in Disorders of the Basal Ganglia and the Cerebellum: Acoustic and Perceptual Characteristicsp. 448
A Case of Spasmodic Dysphonia Restricted to Propositional Language Tasksp. 458
Velar Function in Normal and Dysarthric Speakersp. 466
Surgical Mapping and Phonetic Analysis in Intra-Oral Cancerp. 481
Which Phonetic Features are Available to Cochlear Implant Patients?p. 493
The Testing and Evaluation of a New Visual Speech Aid Incorporating Digital Kymographyp. 501
Application of Spectrographic Feedback for Improvement of Speech-Production Skillsp. 510
Analysis of Nasalance: Nasal View (the Nasalance-Acquisition System)p. 518
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ISBN: 9781861560544
ISBN-10: 1861560540
Series: Exc Business And Economy (Whurr)
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 554
Published: 15th December 1997
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.31 x 15.56  x 3.28
Weight (kg): 0.92
Edition Number: 1

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