Acoustic studies of dysarthric speech: methods, progress, and potential.

@article{Kent1999AcousticSO,
  title={Acoustic studies of dysarthric speech: methods, progress, and potential.},
  author={Raymond D. Kent and Gary Weismer and Jane F. Kent and Houri K. Vorperian and Joseph R. Duffy},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={1999},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={141-80, 183-6; quiz 181-3, 187-9}
}
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (1) The reader will be able to describe the major types of acoustic analysis available for the study of speech, (2) specify the components needed for a modern speech analysis laboratory, including equipment for recording and analysis, and (3) list possible measurements for various aspects of phonation, articulation and resonance, as they might be manifest in neurologically disordered speech.