Auditory processing, acoustic reflex and phonological expression

@article{Attoni2015AuditoryPA,
  title={Auditory processing, acoustic reflex and phonological expression},
  author={Tiago Mendonça Attoni and Victor Gandra Quintas and Helena Bolli Mota},
  journal={Brazilian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology},
  year={2015},
  volume={76},
  pages={753 - 761}
}
Abstract It is thought that a close relationship exists between auditory processing, the acoustic reflex and speech. Aim A retrospective study to evaluate these three aspects in children with and without phonological disorders and seek any relationship among them. Material Methods 46 children were enrolled: 24 had normal speech abilities and 22 had phonological disorders. All children underwent auditory processing and acoustic reflex threshold testing. Design Cross-sectional contemporary… 

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