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ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 August 31
Treatment of auditory processing in noise in individuals with mild aphasia: pilot study
Purpose: Listening in noise challenges listeners with auditory comprehension impairments in aphasia. We examined the effects of Trivia Game, a computerized program with questions spoken in increasing levels of background noise with success in the game. Methods: We piloted Trivi...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 August 31
The influence of limited scope formulae on children’s subject-copula combinations
Purpose: Children acquiring English use copula forms in formulaic constructions (e.g., it’s) before using copula forms accurately with a variety of sentence subjects. Children may be susceptible to relying on copula forms learned by rote when the copulas they hear in parent inp...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 August 31
Effects of aging on speech perception of individuals with and without Parkinson disease
Purpose: A majority of individuals with Parkinson disease (PD) experience speech changes over time. Due to limited understanding of factors utilized by untrained listeners to identify Parkinsonian speech at discourse level, the present study examined aging effects on perception ...
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