2 edition of visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading found in the catalog.
visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading
Hamilton, Portia Goulder Mrs.
1940 in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||by Portia Goulder Hamilton ...|
|LC Classifications||RC424 .H25 1940|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 35 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||41000664|
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Genre/Form: Academic theses Academic Dissertation: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hamilton, Portia Goulder, Mrs., Visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading.
Author(s): Hamilton,Portia Goulder,; Columbia University, Title(s): The visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading/ by Portia Goulder Hamilton.
The effect of single syllable silent reading and pantomime speech in varied syllable positions on stuttering frequency throughout utterance productions December Speech Communication Increased activation in the left anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) was observed during silent reading in the stuttering speakers but not in the nonstuttering : Peter Walla.
The first part of this paper reviews recent data on how the characteristics of eye movements in reading depend on three classes of experimental variables: those related to the reader (age, reading skill); those related to the material being read (overall appearance, difficulty, word length); and a third class, the attitude of the reader toward the text (search versus comprehension).Cited by: Soderberg GA.
A study of the effects of delayed side-tone on four aspects of stutterers’ speech during oral reading and spontaneous speech. Speech Monog. ; – Sutton S, Chase RA. White noise and stuttering. Speech Hear.
Res. ; Wallach H, Newman EB, Rosenzweig MR. The precedence effect in binaural unmasking. Amer. J Cited by: 4. Two classifications of hearing loss: Deafness Hearing loss so severe the individual cannot process spoken language, even with amplification devices Hard of hearing Lesser hearing loss but has effect on social, cognitive, and language development Loss can be: Pre‐lingual Greater difficulties in all areas of development throughout growingFile Size: 2MB.
During repeated oral readings of the same material, when the previously stuttered words have been omitted from the passage, there is a tendency for stuttering to occur on words that are adjacent to where stuttering previously occurred during the earlier readings. Stuttering, also known as stammering and visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading book, is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables, words or phrases as well as involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the person who stutters is unable to produce sounds.
The term stuttering is most commonly associated with involuntary sound repetition, but it Pronunciation: Stuttering (/ˈstʌtərɪŋ/). Conclusion. Stuttering, or childhood onset fluency disorder (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition; American Psychiatric Association [APA], ), is a neurodevelopmental disorder that visual characteristics of stutterers during silent reading book when neural networks supporting speech, language, and emotional functions are rapidly multifactorial dynamic pathways theory motivates experimental and clinical Cited by: Stuttering and anxiety: The difference between stutterers and nonstutterers in verbal apprehension and physiologic arousal during the anticipation of speech and nonspeech tasks.
Journal of Fluency Disorders. Characteristics of the speech of stutterers during normal and altered auditory feedback. In Ainsworth, W. & Holmes, J. (Eds.), Proceedings Spe Vol. 3, (7th Federation of Acoustical Societies of Europe Conference). Brain waves of stutterers may have longer latencies & lower amplitudes when listening to linguistically complex stimuli 3.
Less right-ear/left hemisphere advantage (more evident in severe stutterers) 4. Stutterers may have poorer processing tactile/visual info abilities 5.
Masking/auditory delay can decrease freq and severity of stuttering. during chorus reading (which induces fluency in most stutterers).
This suggests an inherent difference in the way nonstutterers and stutterers process and output language. Similar findings have also been published by NIDCD (National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders). This would seemingly reinforce the theory that has.
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Second, if decreased white matter organization previously found in developmental stutterers (Chang et al.,Sommer et al., ) underlies stuttering behavior in general, such characteristics may also be present in both adult-onset and developmental stutterers.
Alternatively, because both groups include adults who have stuttered for some Cited by: The purpose of this study was to analyze the cognitive profile of stuttering children.
A sample of children was obtained from an elementary school in Bogota (Colombia) ( boys, girls). Three right-handed boys were classified as stutterers. In general, performance in stuttering children was similar to the performance in the total sample. Statistically significant differences in two.
Stuttering (also called stammering or dysfluency) in children is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is disrupted by involuntary repetitions and prolongations of sounds, syllables or words, and involuntary silent pauses or blocks in which the stutterer/stammerer is unable to produce sounds.
stuttering is generally a developmental disorder which often presents between 2 to 3 years of age. Title: Differentially Diagnosing Stuttering In Young Children Using the Stuttering Severity Instrument APPROVED BY MEMBERS OF THE THESIS COMMITTEE: azy r.
i1 Young children between the ages of two and six years often exhibit part-word, whole word. and phrases repetitions as their language develops. This isAuthor: Brenda Pekkola Teich. Although this discovery is unlikely to have immediate applications for therapy, this identification of causes of the disorder opens many new doors to understanding exactly what goes wrong during speech production in stutterers.
Join us for an exciting lecture about these results, which point the way to potential new treatments for stuttering. T he reactive inhibition model described in this article assumes that stuttering behavior is a largely self-inflicted disorder of speech, communication, and awareness that comprises a reaction to neurological characteristics or weaknesses in the speech-language system that cause disruptions in the coordination of speech motor and language.
The present review covers material appearing in the literature from to The studies are reviewed under the following headings: techniques of measurement, analysis of the reading process, oculomotor co-ordination, factors in variability, special reading situations, heredity and certain environmental factors, eye movements in the reading clinic, training eye movements, and central Cited by: Soderberg GA.
A study of the effects of delayed side-tone on four aspects of stutterers’ speech during oral reading and spontaneous speech. Speech Monog. ; – [Google Scholar] Sutton S, Chase RA. White noise and stuttering. Speech Hear. Res. ; [Google Scholar] Wallach H, Newman EB, Rosenzweig MR.
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Stager et al. interpreted the findings to suggest that a common fluencyinducing mechanism is one that involves more effective coupling of the auditory and motor system s As mentioned earlier, Kalinowski et al.
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The McGurk Effect is often seen as evidence for gestural theories because such theories provide a good account for why the auditory and visual information are integrated during perception. Most conversations occur face-to-face, that involves both auditory and visual inputs.
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