Title

Data, Output, and Code: A Clinical Advantage: Experience informs recognition and adaptation to a novel talker with dysarthria

Description

Perceptual training paradigms, which leverage the mechanism of perceptual learning, show that naïve listeners, those with no prior experience with dysarthria, benefit from explicit familiarization with a talker with dysarthria. The assumption, that familiarization affords listeners an opportunity to acquire distributional knowledge of the degraded speech signal. Here, we extend investigations to clinically experienced listeners, Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs), and advance models of listener recognition and adaptation to dysarthric speech.

OCLC

1255179556

Document Type

Dataset

DCMI Type

Dataset

File Format

HTML, .rmd, .xlxs

Publication Date

12-21-2020

Funder

NIH

Publisher

OSF

Award Number

NIH 1R1DC018867-01

Award Title

Perceptual training for improved intelligibility of dysarthric speech

Methodology

Forty-seven SLPs completed a standard three-phase perceptual training protocol (pretest, familiarization, posttest) with a novel talker with dysarthria. Intelligibility scores were compared with a historical data set from naïve listeners. Further, potential relationships between intelligibility scores and characteristics of clinical experience were examined.

Language

eng

Comments

The contained .rmd code can be used to replicate the results found in the referencing article.

Disciplines

Communication Sciences and Disorders | Medicine and Health Sciences | Speech and Hearing Science | Speech Pathology and Audiology

License

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Identifier

http://osf.io/prf95

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