Audiovocal integration in adults who stutter.

@article{Loucks2012AudiovocalII,
  title={Audiovocal integration in adults who stutter.},
  author={Torrey M. J. Loucks and Heecheong Chon and Woojae Han},
  journal={International journal of language & communication disorders},
  year={2012},
  volume={47 4},
  pages={451-6}
}
BACKGROUND Altered auditory feedback can facilitate speech fluency in adults who stutter. However, other findings suggest that adults who stutter show anomalies in 'audiovocal integration', such as longer phonation reaction times to auditory stimuli and less effective pitch tracking. AIMS To study audiovocal integration in adults who stutter using the pitch-shift paradigm. METHODS & PROCEDURES Fourteen adult stuttering participants and 16 normally fluent adults produced the vowel /a/while… CONTINUE READING

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