Defective neural motor speech mappings as a source for apraxia of speech: evidence from a quantitative neural model of speech processing

Bernd Kroger, N. Miller, Anja Lowit

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Abstract

This unique resource reviews research evidence pertaining to best practice in the clinical assessment of established areas such as intelligibility and physiological functioning, as well as introducing recently developed topics such as conversational analysis, participation measures, and telehealth. In addition, new and established research methods from areas such as phonetics, kinematics, imaging, and neural modeling are reviewed in relation to their applicability and value for the study of disordered speech. Based on the broad coverage of topics and methods, the textbook represents a valuable resource for a wide ranging audience, including clinicians, researchers, as well as students with an interest in speech pathology and clinical phonetics.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAssessment of Motor Speech Disorders
EditorsA Lowit, R D Kent
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jan 2011

Keywords

  • speech and language pathology
  • language development and disorders
  • phonetics
  • articulation

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Kroger, B., Miller, N., & Lowit, A. (2011). Defective neural motor speech mappings as a source for apraxia of speech: evidence from a quantitative neural model of speech processing. In A. Lowit, & R. D. Kent (Eds.), Assessment of Motor Speech Disorders