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Commun Sci Disord. 1997;2(1): 1-11.
Acoust ic Analysis of Stuttering Children's Fluent Speech : Pre- and Post - Therapy
Hyun-Sub Sim` , M Patricia` , and Zebrowski`
Copyright ©1997 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
Hyun-Sub Sim| Patricia M| Zebrowski
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ABSTRACT
This study compared absolute durations of temporal acoustic parameters at the subsegmental level of fluent speech produced by stuttering children (N = 4) before and after Normal Talking Process therapy. These measures were compared with those of an ageand gender -matched control group of normally fluent children. The find- ings indicated that voice onset time (VOT ) and CV(consonant - vowel) transition duration decreased significantly after therapy. Children who stutter produced signi- ficantly longer vowel duration than control group both before and after therapy. The result s were discussed in light of differential aspect s of the treatment.
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