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Perceptual learning of dysarthric speech: A review of experimental studies
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2011)
Purpose: This review article provides a theoretical overview of the characteristics of perceptual learning, reviews perceptual learning studies that pertain to dysarthric populations, and identifies directions for future ...
Development of an adaptive low-pass filtered speech test for the identification of auditory processing disorders
(University of Canterbury. Communication Disorders, 2012)
Objective: One type of test commonly used to examine auditory processing disorders (APD) is the low-pass filtered speech test (LPFST), of which there are various versions. In LPFSTs, a monaural, low-redundancy speech sample ...
Assessment of auditory processing disorder in children using an adaptive filtered speech test
(INFORMA HEALTHCARE, 2013)
Objective: One type of test commonly used to assess auditory processing disorder (APD) is the 'filtered words test' (FWT), in which a monaural, low-redundancy speech sample is distorted by using filtering to modify its ...