The relative effects of three expressive methods upon the speech intelligibility of profoundly deaf speakers.

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Two studies, conducted over a nine month interval, were designed to evaluate the relative effects of three expressive methods (speech alone, speech and signs, and speech with cues) upon speech intelligibility. Five profoundly deaf adults, who were receiving continuous speech training, were recorded reading lists of individual words under all three… (More)

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@article{Brentari1986TheRE, title={The relative effects of three expressive methods upon the speech intelligibility of profoundly deaf speakers.}, author={Diane Brentari and Scott J. Wolk}, journal={Journal of communication disorders}, year={1986}, volume={19 3}, pages={209-18} }