Comparing abilities of children with profound hearing impairments to learn consonants using electropalatography or traditional aural-oral techniques.

@article{Dagenais1994ComparingAO,
  title={Comparing abilities of children with profound hearing impairments to learn consonants using electropalatography or traditional aural-oral techniques.},
  author={Paul A. Dagenais and P Critz-Crosby and Samantha Fletcher and Martin J. Mccutcheon},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1994},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={687-99}
}
Two groups of nine children with profound hearing impairments and low intelligibility were taught to produce the consonants /t,d,k,g,s,z,S/ using either electropalatographic (palatometry) or traditional aural-oral techniques. Testing was completed pre-, immediately post-, and 6 months post-treatment by examining productions of CV syllables (V = /i,a/) using electropalatography-determined linguapalatal contacts and listener identifications. Intelligibility was also measured using the CID Picture… CONTINUE READING

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