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Listening Skills for children

Auditory Discrimination

What is auditory discrimination?
This is your child’s ability to hear the difference in sounds(when there is no hearing problem).  Through games, your child can learn to discriminate between one sound and another. 367 more words

Interpreting vowel articulation from formant frequencies

Figures 1 and 2 show two F1/F2 vowel diagrams. Since the 1950s, it’s been customary to interpret F1 as tongue height, and F2 as… 1,056 more words


Feedback Control and Speech Therapy Revisited

In August 2012 I posted a comment about MacDonald, E. N., Johnson, E. K., Forsyth, J., Plante, P., & Munhall, K. G. (2012). Children’s development of self-regulation in speech production. 694 more words

Interaction of Language Processing and Motor Skill in Children With Specific Language Impairment

The authors sought to examine how language production interacts with speech motor and gross and fine motor skill in children with specific language impairment (SLI), and reported that children with SLI show co-occurring speech motor and generalized motor deficits. 60 more words