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ERIC Number: ED013013
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 28
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Reference Count: 0
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CORRECTION OF FUNCTIONAL MISARTICULATION UNDER AN AUTOMATED SELF-CORRECTION SYSTEM. FINAL REPORT.
GARRETT, EDGAR RAY
THE AUTOMATED SPEECH CORRECTION PROGRAM (ASCP) WAS DESIGNED TO TEST THE USE OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN THE REMEDIATION OF FUNCTIONAL ARTICULATION ERRORS. A SERIES OF PROGRAMED TAPES WHICH TAKE THE STUDENT THROUGH AUDITORY IDENTIFICATION, AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION, PRODUCTION, AND SELF-EVALUATION WERE DESIGNED. SUB-GOALS OF THE EXPERIMENT WERE A COMPARISON OF CORRECTING (REPRESENTATION OF A STIMULUS WHEN SUBJECT RESPONDED INCORRECTLY) AND NON-CORRECTING (SUBJECT NOTIFIED OF ERROR BY A TONE) TECHNIQUES AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PERSONALIZED SUBJECT-THERAPIST CORRECTION OR NO CORRECTION BETWEEN THE DISCRIMINATION PHASE AND THE SELF-CORRECTION PHASE. SUBJECTS WERE 100 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN WITH FUNCTIONAL MISARTICULATIONS. SUBJECTS WERE ASSIGNED TO VARIED TREATMENT AND CONTROL GROUPS. RESULTS INDICATED -- (1) ASCP PRODUCED IMPROVED AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION AND ARTICULATION PATTERNS AS MEASURED BY THE TEMPLIN SHORT TEST OF SOUND DISCRIMINATION AND THE TEMPLIN DARLEY SCREENING TEST, (2) THE GROUP WHICH RECEIVED CORRECTION OF ERROR DID NOT DEMONSTRATE A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE FROM THOSE WHO RECEIVED THE NON-CORRECTING PRESENTATION, AND (3) THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE AMONG GROUPS WHICH RECEIVED OR DID NOT RECEIVE INDIVIDUALIZED THERAPY BETWEEN THE DISCRIMINATION AND SELF-CORRECTION PHASES. (EB)
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Authoring Institution: New Mexico State Univ., University Park.
Identifiers: Templin Darley Tests of Articulation