Pathology of Speech: Aims and Causes

@inproceedings{Alkaisi2016PathologyOS,
  title={Pathology of Speech: Aims and Causes},
  author={Maysoon Alkaisi and Nadya Khairy and Safaa Hussein Ali},
  year={2016}
}
Accepted 4th August; 2016 Abstract The purpose of this study is to refer to the complications producing speech sound or problems with voice features. These problems can be characterized by break in the flow or rhythm of speech, for example, disfluency. Moreover, they can be problems with the way sounds are uttered such as articulation, phonological disorders or may be difficulties with the volume, pitch or quality of the sound. People with speech disorders have troubles using some speech sounds… CONTINUE READING

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