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ERIC Number: EJ035013
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1971
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Compensatory Physiologic Phonetics for the Glossectomee
Skelly, Madge; And Others
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 36, 1, 101-14, Feb 71
Compensatory articulation patterns on the glossal phonemes were developed clinically in a study of 14 total and 11 partial glossectomees. Following therapy, intelligibility of the former increased from 0-8 percent on admission to 18-24 percent intelligibility; the latter group improved from 6-24 percent to 24-46 percent intelligibility. (Author/KW)
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