speech production

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Noun1.speech production - the utterance of intelligible speechspeech production - the utterance of intelligible speech
utterance, vocalization - the use of uttered sounds for auditory communication
speech - the exchange of spoken words; "they were perfectly comfortable together without speech"
whisper, whispering, susurration, voicelessness - speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords
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Our Speech and Language department does not only focus on known speech disorders and speech production, we look at the child as a whole; we address pragmatic language disorders, behavioural issues related to speech and language and much more.
At the University of Missouri, Columbia, these linguistic games are more than just fun: they are being used to diagnose disease, as Mili Kuruvilla-Dugdale --assistant professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences--and her team "have been looking at speech production in individuals with ALS and Parkinson's disease.
A key concept backing the development is the impact of hardening of arteries on speech production. With advancements in technology, vocal biomarkers will soon be able to diagnose various diseases including certain cancers, Parkinson's disease, and heart conditions.
Gura-Eini gave Nuance the rights to use the recordings in speech production software, and for "legitimate" purposes only, according to Calcalist.
This edition has more chapters on treatment; stronger links between speech development and treatment; new chapters on augmentative and alternative communication, bilingualism, speech production, and speech perception by additional contributors; chapters with speech exercises from real children; discussion of assessment; and more downloadable clinic resources.
VOT measures were compared in the speech production analysis [p, t, k] in bilingual adults (Portuguese and English).
Premature loss of the maxillary primary incisors: Effect on speech production. ASDC J Dent Child 1995; 62:173-9.
Oral language skills are built when social environments jointly provide auditory experience and speech production, allowing children to acquire their first words to generate sentences (Fagan & Pisoni, 2010; Papalia & Olds, 2000).
Temporal aspects of English speech production: A developmental perspective.
Improvement of nonfluent aphasia patients' speech production by voice cues is related to the direct extraction of phonological encoding.

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