Clinical Management of Sensorimotor Speech Disorders

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Malcolm Ray McNeil
Thieme, 1997 - Medical - 394 pages
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This important work provides the most comprehensive coverage of speech production and speech pathologies available today. Concise and practical, it features the work of more than two dozen leading experts, and fully integrates theory, measurement, and treatment of sensorimotor speech disorders.

The first section proposes a new four-stage model of speech motor control, and offers a helpful framework for locating the source of specific pathologies within different areas of the brain. Building on this foundation, the book examines current methods of speech assessment and state-of-the-art guidelines for treating dysarthria, apraxia, and other forms of speech impairment.

 

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Contents

The Perceptual Sensorimotor Examination for Motor Speech
27
Nonspeech Assessment of the Speech Production Mechanism
49
Acoustic Analysis of Dysarthric Speech
63
Aerodynamics
81
Kinematic Measurement of the Human Vocal Tract
107
Electromyographic Techniques for the Assessment
149
Speech Imaging
177
Flaccid Dysarthria
193
Ataxic Dysarthria
217
Hyperkinetic Dysarthria
249
Spastic Dysarthria
287
Definition Differentiation and Treatment
311
Speech Impairment Secondary to Hearing Loss
345
Index
389
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Patrick McNeil is a web designer and programmer. His website, designmeltdown.com, presents trends and problems in web design and provides inspiration for web designers through numerous samples of design styles and trends. It has become a standard reference for web designers of all skill levels.

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