Mária Gósy

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This study explored auditory speech processing and comprehension abilities in 5-8-year-old monolingual Hungarian children with functional articulation disorders (FADs) and their typically developing peers. Our main hypothesis was that children with FAD would show co-existing auditory speech processing disorders, with different levels of these skills(More)
In this paper, a large Hungarian spoken language database is introduced. This phonetically-based multipurpose database contains various types of spontaneous and read speech from 333 monolingual speakers (about 50 minutes of speech sample per speaker). This study presents the background and motivation of the development of the BEA Hungarian database,(More)
Children's first-language perception base takes shape gradually from birth onwards. Empirical research has confirmed that children may continue to fall short of age-based expectations in their speech perception. The purpose of this study was to assess the contribution of various perception processes in both reading and learning disabled children. A series(More)
Neurolinguistic investigations support the dissociation between speech production and speech perception in the case of aphasia. This means that an aphasic patient may be able to understand words and sentences while he is not able to produce them or, he may be able to produce certain linguistic forms properly while he is not able to detect the semantics of(More)