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Are effects of delayed auditory feedback related to personality characteristics?
Deborah Louise Martel
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Stuttering, also known as stammering and dysphemia, 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. highly dependent upon the auditory monitoring of the speech production. The cybernetic relationship between speech and hearing processes is exhibited through the "pseudo-stuttering" caused by delayed auditory feedback. In this phenomenon the deteriorating effects of feedback on speech are caused by the temporal distortion of the feedback signal.
Journal of Fluency Disorders 27 () – The effect of fast speech rate on stuttering frequency during delayed auditory feedback Garen Sparks a,∗, Dorothy E. Grant a, Kathleen Millay a, Delaina Walker-Batson a, Linda S. Hynan b b. Drug-related causes such as side-effects of some medications These include choral reading, singing, adaptation (repeated oral reading of the same passage) or speaking while under auditory masking or delayed auditory feedback. Mosby. (A book providing information on aphasia and other communication disorders associated with neurogenic.
do not have a distinct personality that may be causally related to their stuttering unspecified auditory feedback problems are suggested by studies investigating delayed auditory feedback & auditory masking noise, both of which reduce most types of dysfluencies. characteristics include: evidence of neuropathology and neurologic symptoms. The effects of a simulated /r/ articulatory disorder on listener perceptions. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 41, Blanchet PG, Hoffman PR () Factors Influencing the Effects of Delayed Auditory Feedback on Dysarthric Speech Associated with Parkinson’s Disease. Commun Disord Deaf Stud Hearing.
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ELLIOTT, C. Disruptions in reading to delayed auditory feedback as a function of contextual constraint. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina, FILLENBAUM, S. Impairment in performance with delayed auditory feedback as related to task by: 2.
JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS 2 (), The Effects of Delayed Auditory Feedback on the Overt Behaviors of Stutterers Paul A. Hayden University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, Wisconsin Davis A. Scott Moorhead State University, Moorhead, Minnesota and John Addicott Sacramento State University, Sacramento, California This study Cited by: 3.
The effect of delayed auditory feedback on disfluencies of duration (block, prolongation and pause) and repetition (word, part of word and sound repetition) showed a statistically significant decrease only in repetition disfluencies. This result can be justified due to a Cited by: 1.
-Perturbations in Delayed Auditory Feedback (DAF) and speech rate were examined as sources of disruptions in speech between men and women. Fluent adult men (n. Albert M. Cook PhD, PE, Janice M. Polgar PhD, OT Reg. (Ont.), FCAOT, in Assistive Technologies (Fourth Edition), Sensory Characteristics.
The auditory, somatosensory, and visual feedback produced during the activation of the control interface comprise its sensory characteristics. Some control interfaces (e.g., keyboards that use mechanical switches) provide auditory feedback in the form.
Citation: Blanchet PG, Hoffman PR () Factors Influencing the Effects of Delayed Auditory Feedback on Dysarthric Speech Associated with Parkinson's Disease. Commun Disord Deaf.
For example, experiments testing delayed auditory feedback (i.e., a constant time lag between the key stroke and its auditory outcome) showed significant disruptive effects on timing in musical. A systematic review of researches related to the effects of altering auditory feedback on speech fluency in stutterers concluded that the exclusive use of delayed auditory feedback does not.
This study investigated the effect of short and long auditory feedback delays at two speech rates with normal speakers. Seventeen participants spoke under delayed auditory feedback (DAF) at 0, DAF effects during conversation. Auditory feedback is typically manipulated while participants are reading or engaging in scripted speech.
The effects of altered auditory feedback on the fluency of spontaneous, unscripted speech have received correspondingly little attention in the literature. Our data suggest that 12 sessions of this neurofeedback intervention might be effective in reducing avoidant and stress-related personality traits in patients with alcohol use disorder.
View Show. The objective of this research was to verify the effect of delayed auditory feedback and frequency altered feedback in individuals who manifest stuttering. METHODS This is a prospective, comparative study approved by the Research Ethics Committee of the.
feedback, and delayed sidetone. The term "delayed auditory feedback" (DAF) will be used in this review, since the effects of delay are not con-fined to speech, while the term side-tone has special meaning in engineer-ing.
Since this review is concerned mainly with the production of ab-normal patterns of speech by means of delayed feedback, it. by auditory feedback, i.e., by transmitting an individual's that certain personality characteristics were related to the Sobserved vocal changes.
The present stuCy represents an attempt to further such apparently closely related to the vocal effects of delayed:,speeci feen ach. Abstract. Beacause transmission characteristics of bone-conducted (BC) speech from the larynx to auditory systems have not yet been clarified, this paper investigates the transmission characteristics related to the BC speech perception focusing on temporal bone (TB) vibration signals and ear canal (EC) radiated speech signals.
Based on the hypothesis that the type of disfluency may influence the effectiveness of delayed auditory feedback as an intervention in the treatment of stuttering, this study aimed to compare the immediate effects of delayed auditory feedback on the different typologies of stuttering-like disfluencies in individuals affected by the disorder.
The effect of fast speech rate on stuttering frequency during delayed auditory feedback QUESTIONS. It has been hypothesized that stuttering speakers’ fluency is enhanced during delayed auditory feedback (DAF) because it: a. corrects such speakers’ auditory feedback deficits.
produces syllable prolongation which reduces stuttering. To test these alternative hypotheses of the effects of delayed auditory feedback, the effects of varying the amplitude contour of the delayed signal were assessed when phonetic information in the. Auditory learners generally remember what their teacher says and readily participate in class.
They are good listeners and often very social, which means they can sometimes get distracted from the lesson by everything else going on in the classroom. Auditory learning methods range from studying with voice recordings to memorizing vocabulary words by inventing short songs. The results show that accents were more pronounced under frequency-shifted and delayed auditory feedback conditions than under normal or amplified feedback conditions.
Control tests were done to ensure that listeners were judging accent, rather than fluency changes caused by altered auditory feedback. Speech-induced suppression is the normal, relative amplitude reduction of the auditory evoked potential for self- compared to externally-generated, auditory stimulation.
It remains controversial as to whether adults who stutter exhibit expected auditory modulation during speech; some studies have reported a significant difference between stuttering and fluent groups in speech-induced.Howell P, Archer A. Susceptibility to the effects of delayed auditory feedback.
Percep. Psychophys. ; – Howell P, El-Yaniv N, Powell DJ. Factors affecting fluency in stutterers when speaking under altered auditory feedback. In: Peters H, Hulstijn W, editors. Speech Motor Dynamics in Stuttering.Effects of delayed auditory feedback on children with disorders in auditory processing Norman B.
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