UltraPhonix: Learning new articulations with ultrasound tongue imaging

Joanne Cleland, James Scobbie, Zoe Roxburgh, Cornelia Heyde

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Abstract

Effectiveness of ultrasound visual biofeedback was evaluated using a single subject multiple baseline design in 20 children aged 6-15 with persistent speech sound disorders. The children presented with a variety of consonant and vowel errors. We report clinically significant improvements in accuracy of untreated words from baseline to post-therapy.

Conference

ConferenceAmerican Speech Hearing Association Convention
Abbreviated titleASHA 2016
CountryUnited States
CityPhiladelphia
Period17/11/1619/11/16
Internet address

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Tongue
Ultrasonography
Learning
Therapeutics
Biofeedback (Psychology)
Speech Sound Disorder

Keywords

  • Ultraphonix
  • ultrasound visual biofeedback
  • persistent speech sound disorders

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Cleland, J., Scobbie, J., Roxburgh, Z., & Heyde, C. (2016). UltraPhonix: Learning new articulations with ultrasound tongue imaging. Abstract from American Speech Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, United States.
Cleland, Joanne ; Scobbie, James ; Roxburgh, Zoe ; Heyde, Cornelia. / UltraPhonix : Learning new articulations with ultrasound tongue imaging. Abstract from American Speech Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, United States.
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Cleland, J, Scobbie, J, Roxburgh, Z & Heyde, C 2016, 'UltraPhonix: Learning new articulations with ultrasound tongue imaging' American Speech Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, United States, 17/11/16 - 19/11/16, .

UltraPhonix : Learning new articulations with ultrasound tongue imaging. / Cleland, Joanne; Scobbie, James; Roxburgh, Zoe; Heyde, Cornelia.

2016. Abstract from American Speech Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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