Compendium of Auditory and Speech Tasks / Edition 1

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Overview

The book summarises research findings from a range of projects using a set of auditory and speech procedures designed for the psycholinguistic framework developed by Stackhouse and Wells (1997). These procedures have been used with children and adolescents with a range of difficulties associated with cleft lip and palate, dysarthria, dyspraxia, phonological impairment, Down syndrome, dyslexia, stammering, autism, semantic-pragmatic difficulties, general learning difficulties, and disadvantaged backgrounds. The procedures have also been used with normally developing children in the age range of 3-7 years. As a result, the book includes descriptions of typical performance on the procedures so that atypical can be identified more easily. In addition, as the materials were used in a longitudinal study of children’s speech and literacy development between the age of 4 and 7 years we can highlight which procedures will help in identifying children a) who are likely to persist with their speech difficulties and b) have associated literacy difficulties.

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Table of Contents

Preface.

Compendium CD-Rom.

Acknowledgements.

Conventions.

Phonetic Symbols and Diacritics.

Chapter 1: A Psycholinguistic Approach.

Chapter 2: Development of the Assessment Tasks and Normative Data.

Chapter 3: Auditory Discrimination Tasks.

Chapter 4: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Tasks.

Chapter 5: Speech Production: Single Words.

Chapter 6: Speech Production: Connected Speech.

Chapter 7: Speech Accuracy, Rate and Consistency.

Chapter 8: Predicting Persisting Speech Difficulties.

Chapter 9: Assessing Risk Factors through Questionnaires.

Chapter 10: Using Auditory and Speech Tasks in Practice References.

Appendix A.1: Tasks for Each Question in the Psycholinguistic Assessment Framework.

Appendix A.2: Speech Processing Profile.

Appendix A.3: Speech Processing Model.

Appendix B: Standardised Assessments used in the Longitudinal Study.

Appendix C.1: Auditory Discrimination Task 1: Same/Different, S-Cluster Sequences, Words and Non-words – Reduced Version (from Bridgeman & Snowling, 1988).

Appendix C.2: Auditory Discrimination Task 1: Same/Different, S-Cluster Sequences,Words and Non-words – Shortest Form (from Bridgeman & Snowling, 1988) .

Appendix C.3: Auditory Discrimination Task 2: Complex Non-words (from Stackhouse, 1989).

Appendix C.4: Auditory Discrimination Task 3: ABX Task – Full Version (Vance, 1996).

Appendix C.5: Auditory Discrimination Task 3: ABX Task – Short Form (Nathan et al., 2004).

Appendix C.6: Auditory Discrimination Task 4: Legal versus Illegal Non-words.

Appendix D.1: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 1: Mispronunciation Detection – Full Version (from Vance, 1995).

Appendix D.2: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 1: Mispronunciation Detection – Short Form (from Nathan et al., 2004).

Appendix D.3: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 2:Without Pictures (from Constable, Stackhouse & Wells, 1997).

Appendix D.4: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 2:With Pictures (from Constable, Stackhouse & Wells, 1997).

Appendix D.5: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 3: Mispronunciation Detection for Individual Children (after Locke, 1980).

Appendix D.6: Auditory Lexical Discrimination Task 4: Words in Sentences (from Cassidy, 1994).

Appendix E.1: Picture Naming Task 1 – Full Version (from Vance, Stackhouse & Wells, 2005).

Appendix E.2: Picture Naming Task 1 – Short Form.

Appendix E.3: Guidelines for Scoring Full Versions and Short Forms of Speech Production Tasks.

Appendix E.4: Speech Production: Single Words – Picture Naming Task 2 (from Snowling, van Wagtendonk & Stafford, 1988).

Appendix E.5: Word Repetition Task – Full Version (from Vance, Stackhouse & Wells, 2005).

Appendix E.6: Word Repetition Task – Short Form (from Nathan et al., 2004a).

Appendix E.7: Word Repetition Task: Low-Frequency Words (from Nathan et al., 2004a).

Appendix E.8: Non-Word Repetition Task – Full Version (from Vance, Stackhouse & Wells, 2005).

Appendix E.9: Non-Word Repetition Task – Short Form (from Nathan et al., 2004).

Appendix E.10: Non-word Repetition Task: Matched to Low-Frequency Words (from Nathan et al., 2004a).

Appendix E.11: Mispronunciation Self-Correction.

Appendix F.1: Connected Speech Task 1:Words in Sentences (from Vance, Stackhouse & Wells, 1995).

Appendix F.2: Connected Speech Task 2: Connected Speech Processes (CSP) Repetition (from Newton, 1999).

Appendix F.3: Connected Speech Task 3: Final Consonant Juncture Repetition (from Pascoe, Stackhouse & Wells, 2006).

Appendix G.1: Speech Accuracy, Rate and Consistency Task 1: Oral Movements and Silent DDK Rates (from Williams & Stackhouse, 2000).

Appendix G.2: Speech Accuracy, Rate and Consistency Task 2a: Repetition and Spoken DDK Rates:Words (from Williams & Stackhouse, 2000).

Appendix G.3: Speech Accuracy, Rate and Consistency Task 2b: Repetition and Spoken DDK Rates: Non-Words (from Williams & Stackhouse, 2000).

Appendix G.4: Speech Accuracy, Rate and Consistency Task 2c: Repetition and Spoken DDK Rates: Syllable Sequences (from Williams & Stackhouse, 2000).

Appendix G.5: Speech Accuracy and Consistency Task 3 (from Coffield, 1994).

Appendix H.1: Questionnaire 1: Developmental History.

Appendix H.2: Questionnaire 2: Family Information.

Appendix H.3: Questionnaire 3: Educational History.

Appendix H.4: Questionnaire 4: Speech and Language Therapy.

Index.

Other Titles in this Series.

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