Lynette Hunter

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The effects of strategies on the intelligibility of cerebral-palsied speech were experimentally evaluated. Listeners were asked to identify words in sentences spoken by subjects whose dysarthria was rated to be either moderate or severe. Results indicated that strategies increased intelligibility and that different strategies were appropriate at different(More)
Experimental studies of speech and language behaviour often have difficulty measuring the phenomena that they seek to investigate. A common solution has been to collect data in the form of listeners' judgements of the speech of members of a clinical group of interest. If the speakers are taken to be a random sample of the clinical group and the listeners a(More)
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