How do I sound to me? Perceived changes in communication in Parkinson's disease.

  title={How do I sound to me? Perceived changes in communication in Parkinson's disease.},
  author={Nick Miller and Emma Noble and Diana Jones and Liesl M Allcock and David J. Burn},
  journal={Clinical rehabilitation},
  volume={22 1},
OBJECTIVE To examine self and carer perceived changes in communication associated with Parkinson's disease and relate these to speech intelligibility, gender, age and other disease measures. DESIGN Cross-sectional survey of a hospital- and community-based sample of 176 people with Parkinson's disease and their carers using a questionnaire based on semantic differential techniques. PARTICIPANTS One hundred and four people with Parkinson's disease with no history of communication difficulties… CONTINUE READING


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