Quantitative measurement of nasality in EMR children.

  • Denise A Daly
  • Published 1974 in Journal of communication disorders


A new bioelectronic system for detecting and measuring voice parameters (TONAR) was used to quantify nasality in 50 educable mentally retarded children. Results indicated that over one-third of the children evaluated were hypemasal. The high prevalence of excessive nasality in EMR children was contrasted with (1) normative data on 78 nonretarded children… (More)


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@article{Daly1974QuantitativeMO, title={Quantitative measurement of nasality in EMR children.}, author={Denise A Daly}, journal={Journal of communication disorders}, year={1974}, volume={7 4}, pages={278-93} }