SPEECH SOUND DISORDER
Resources for Patients and Caregivers
A speech sound disorder means a child has trouble saying certain sounds and words past the expected age. A child with an articulation disorder has problems making certain sounds the right way. A child with phonological process disorder regularly makes certain word speech mistakes.
Wiki Number: 47-Speech Sounds Disorder
Resources for Physicians, Counselors and Researchers
4 CURRENT ARTICLES
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- Differentiating phonological delay from phonological disorder: Executive function performance in preschoolersby Rebecca Waring on January 21, 2022
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Children with phonological disorders might benefit from intervention programmes that incorporate training in cognitive flexibility.
- Implicit learning in children with Childhood Apraxia of Speechby Clara Bombonato on January 14, 2022
CONCLUSION AND IMPLICATIONS: Our results underline an implicit learning deficit in children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech, supporting the concept of a disorder not only confined to the speech domain, but also involving non-linguistic skills, in a composite and complex picture.
- Electrophysiological Measures of Tactile and Auditory Processing in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorderby Girija Kadlaskar on January 10, 2022
Behavioral differences in responding to tactile and auditory stimuli are widely reported in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, the neural mechanisms underlying distinct tactile and auditory reactivity patterns in ASD remain unclear with theories implicating differences in both perceptual and attentional processes. The current study sought to investigate (1) the neural indices of early perceptual and later attentional factors underlying tactile and auditory processing in...
- Nonword Repetition Performance Differentiates Children Who Stutter With and Without Concomitant Speech Sound and Developmental Language Disordersby Katelyn L Gerwin on January 4, 2022
CONCLUSIONS: We found that the presence of a concomitant speech and language disorder was a driving factor behind poorer NWR performance in CWS. Accuracy scores differentiated CWS with concomitant disorders from CWS with typical speech and language but not CWS with typical speech and language from CWNS. Considering the speech and language abilities of CWS helped clarify poorer NWR performance and enhances generalizability to the population that exists clinically.