Rate and quality of conversations using a text-storage AAC system: Single-case training study

  title={Rate and quality of conversations using a text-storage AAC system: Single-case training study},
  author={J. Todman},
  journal={Augmentative and Alternative Communication},
  pages={164 - 179}
  • J. Todman
  • Published 2000
  • Psychology
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • “TALK”is a text-storage and retrieval AAC system designed for literate people who are unable to speak. It aims to support free-flowing social conversation by means of features that model pragmatic aspects of unaided conversation. A single-case, six-phase training study was carried out to help a user to take advantage of the pragmatic potential of the system. She had 10 conversations in a baseline phase, 4 following each of 4 training interventions (about 6 hours in total), and 4 in a… CONTINUE READING
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