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ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 December 30
Hyoid excursion during the swallow in stroke survivors
Purpose: The purpose of the investigation was to examine whether duration, distance or velocity of hyoid excursion was associated with aspiration in post-stroke survivors. Methods: Duration, distance and velocity of hyoid excursion were calculated using videofluoroscopic swallo...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 December 30
Acoustic analysis of Korean stop sounds in patients with dysarthrias
Purpose: Korean ‘stops’ are considered an especially good acoustic variable since they are sensitive to speech intelligibility and reflect physiological coordination between laryngeal and supra-laryngeal mechanisms. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the acoustic charac...
ORIGINAL ARTICLE 2019 December 30
Motor speech and motor limb status in athletes following a concussion
Purpose: There is limited research on the effects of an acute concussion on motor speech production in student-athletes. This study investigated the effects of a concussion on (1) speech alternating motion rates and (2) finger repetition task. Methods: Eighteen individuals with...
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