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Acoustic analysis of neurologically impaired speech


, : Acoustic analysis of neurologically impaired speech. British Journal of Disorders of Communication 26(1): 75-94

The acoustic phonetic analysis of neurogenically disordered speech permits considerable insights into the detailed nature and possible origin of such disorders. Representative results obtained with a concise speech protocol, comprising spontaneous speech, diadochokinesis, phoneme distinction, rhythm and intonation, are illustrated. Disorders at the supralaryngeal, laryngeal and durational levels are distinguished. This non-invasive technique reveals aspects of speech disorders that are difficult or impossible to perceive auditorily. This research is part of a general computer-based diagnostic approach presently under development in our laboratory.

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