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Relationship between speech, oromotor, language and cognitive abilities in children with Down's syndrome.
BACKGROUND Children and young people with Down's syndrome present with deficits in expressive speech and language, accompanied by strengths in vocabulary comprehension compared with non-verbal mentalExpand
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'Talkin Jockney'? Variation and change in Glaswegian accent
This paper presents an analysis of language variation and change in a socially stratified corpus of Glaswegian collected in 1997. Eight consonantal variables in read and spontaneous speech from 32Expand
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Seeing Speech: an articulatory web resource for the study of phonetics
This online resource is a product of the collaboration between researchers at six Scottish Universities: The University of Glasgow, Queen Margaret University, Napier University, the University ofExpand
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Hybridity and ethnic accents: A sociophonetic analysis of ‘Glaswasian’
This paper presents the results of acoustic phonetic analysis of two small scale studies of a regional ethnic accent, Glasgow Asian. Three accent features indicate patterning according to bothExpand
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Conservation and innovation in a traditional dialect : L-vocalization in Glaswegian
Johnston (1997) suggests that, if defined in terms of phonology, Scots as a traditional dialect in Britain has a “rosy future”. Glaswegian is known to continue Scots L‑vocalization in words such asExpand
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Sex and gender differences in Glaswegian /s/"
This paper presents the results of an acoustic analysis of /s/ as produced by a socially-stratified sample of 31 speakers of Glaswegian. Single spectral and whole spectrum measures togetherExpand
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The effectiveness of traditional methods and altered auditory feedback in improving speech rate and intelligibility in speakers with Parkinson's disease
Communication problems are a frequent symptom for people with Parkinson's disease (PD) which can have a significant impact on their quality-of-life. Deciding on the right management approach can beExpand
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The use of electropalatography (EPG) in the assessment and treatment of motor speech disorders in children with Down's syndrome: Evidence from two case studies
Background: Many children experience significant difficulties in developing key aspects of speech. For some, these communication difficulties are compounded by co-occurring intellectual disabilities.Expand
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An EPG analysis of /t/ in young people with Down's syndrome
Many studies have pointed to impaired speech intelligibility in young people with Down’s syndrome (DS). Some have attributed these problems to delayed phonological development, while others haveExpand
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A perceptual and electropalatographic study of /∫/ in young people with Down's syndrome
Speech production in young people with Down's syndrome has been found to be variable and inconsistent. Errors tend to be more in the production of sounds that typically develop later, for example,Expand
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