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Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education
The electropalatograph is an exciting new instrument that is still being researched for clinical use in the remediation of various types of articulation disorders. The electropalatograph gives both client and clinician visual feedback of the client's articulatory productions. Specifically, it allows a client and a clinician to view on a screen exactly where the tongue is placed in relation to the hard and soft palate (McWilliams, 1990).
Butikofer, Nathan, "A Study to Examine the Effectiveness of the Electropalatograph in Elicitation and the Remediation of a Lateral Lisp in an Adult Client" (1993). Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects. 323.
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