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ERIC Number: ED014476
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 128
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Reference Count: 0
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TRAINING SPEECH SOUND DISCRIMINATION IN CHILDREN WHO MISARTICULATE--A DEMONSTRATION OF THE USE OF TEACHING MACHINE TECHNIQUES IN SPEECH CORRECTION. FINAL REPORT.
HOLLAND, AUDREY L.
THIS REPORT DISCUSSES THE RESULTS OF A TWO-YEAR DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IN WHICH SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WITH FUNCTIONAL ARTICULATION DISORDERS ROUTINELY RECEIVED AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION TRAINING BY PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION IN AN ACTUAL CLINICAL SETTING. AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION PROGRAMS FOR THE TEN MOST FREQUENTLY MISARTICULATED ENGLISH CONSONANTS WERE WRITTEN, EVALUATED AND USED WITH THE APPROPRIATE PORTION OF THE CLINIC POPULATION. PRE- AND POST-PROGRAM TEST SCORES ON MEASURES OF ARTICULATION, GENERAL AUDITORY DISCRIMINATION, AND DISCRIMINATION OF THE SOUNDS RELATED TO PROGRAM CONTENT WERE GATHERED. THIS REPORT DESCRIBES THE PROGRAMS, THE INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPED FOR ENTIRELY AUTOMATED PROGRAM PRESENTATION, AND CHANGES IN POST-PROGRAM TEST SCORES. THE EFFECTS OF ROUTINE USE OF PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION WITHIN A MORE CONVENTIONAL CLINICAL SETTING IS ALSO CONSIDERED. (AUTHOR)
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Authoring Institution: Pittsburgh Univ., PA.
Identifiers: University of Pittsburgh PA