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Loudness perception and speech intensity control in Parkinson's disease.
- Jenna Clark, S. Adams, Allyson D. Dykstra, S. Moodie, M. Jog
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of communication disorders
- 1 September 2014
The results support a speech loudness perception deficit in PD involving an abnormal perception of externally generated and self-generated speech intensity. Expand
Speech-to-Noise Levels and Conversational Intelligibility in Hypophonia and Parkinson's Disease
Conversational speech intensity under different noise conditions in hypophonia and parkinson's disease
- S. Adams, Allyson D. Dykstra, K. Abrams, Jennifer Winnell, M. Jenkins, M. Jog
- 1 September 2006
The three types of background noise on conversational speech intensity in individuals with hyperphonia and Parkinson's Diseases (PD), are discussed. Researces on PD subjects show that a Lombard… Expand
Application of the ICF in reduced speech intelligibility in dysarthria.
- Allyson D. Dykstra, Mark Hakel, S. Adams
- Psychology, Medicine
- Seminars in speech and language
- 1 November 2007
Regardless of the underlying neuromotor impairment, an almost universal consequence of dysarthria is a reduction in speech intelligibility. The purpose of this article is to examine critically and to… Expand
Effects of Multitalker Noise on Conversational Speech Intensity in Parkinson's Disease
Effects of multi-talker background noise on the intensity of spoken sentences in parkinson's disease
It was found that subjects with PD show a systematic increase in speech intensity across increases in background noise. Expand
The Effect of Botulinum Toxin Type A on Speech Intelligibility in Lingual Dystonia
Examining the Conversational Speech Intelligibility of Individuals with Hypophonia Associated with Parkinson's Disease
Effect of concurrent walking and interlocutor distance on conversational speech intensity and rate in Parkinson's disease.
It is indicated that concurrent walking tasks and the speed of concurrent walking can have a significant positive effect on conversational speech intensity and speech rate in individuals with hypophonia related to idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Expand