Assessment of intelligibility using children's spontaneous speech: methodological aspects.

@article{Lagerberg2014AssessmentOI,
  title={Assessment of intelligibility using children's spontaneous speech: methodological aspects.},
  author={Tove B. Lagerberg and Jakob {\AA}sberg and Lena Hartelius and Christina Br{\aa}kenhielm Persson},
  journal={International journal of language & communication disorders},
  year={2014},
  volume={49 2},
  pages={
          228-39
        }
}
BACKGROUND Intelligibility is a speaker's ability to convey a message to a listener. Including an assessment of intelligibility is essential in both research and clinical work relating to individuals with communication disorders due to speech impairment. Assessment of the intelligibility of spontaneous speech can be used as an overall indicator of the severity of a speech disorder. There is a lack of methods for measuring intelligibility on the basis of spontaneous speech. AIMS To investigate… CONTINUE READING
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