J M Garcia
Affiliation: Kansas State University
- Dysarthric sentence intelligibility: contribution of iconic gestures and message predictivenessJ M Garcia
Kansas State University, Manhattan, USA
J Speech Lang Hear Res 41:1282-93. 1998..The results are discussed in terms of understanding the contribution of signal-independent factors to the communicative process...
- Thickened liquids: practice patterns of speech-language pathologistsJane Mertz Garcia
Program in Communication Science and Disorders, Kansas State University, Manhattan 66506 1403, USA
Am J Speech Lang Pathol 14:4-13. 2005..Results highlight issues related to products and staff training, as well as perceptions concerning the factors that might affect patients' acceptance of and compliance with use of the products...
- Viscosity measurements of nectar- and honey-thick liquids: product, liquid, and time comparisonsJane Mertz Garcia
Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas 66506 1403, USA
Dysphagia 20:325-35. 2005..Variability in viscosity measurements also was noted within a product line for thickening various liquids. Results are discussed in relation to the National Dysphagia Diet guidelines for nectar- and honey-like consistencies...
- Serving temperature viscosity measurements of nectar- and honey-thick liquidsJane Mertz Garcia
Communication Sciences and Disorders, School of Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University, 139 Campus Creek Complex, Kansas 66506, USA
Dysphagia 23:65-75. 2008..Serving temperature results are contrasted with viscosity measurements collected at room temperature, showing variable thickening patterns especially related to the type of thickening agent...
- Perceptual ratings for pureed and molded peaches for individuals with and without impaired swallowingL B Stahlman
Communication Sciences and Disorders, Family Studies and Human Services, Kansas State University, Manhattan 66506, USA
Dysphagia 16:254-62. 2001..In addition, the molded peach was rated lower (more difficult) in its ease of chewing. The implications of these findings and ideas for further research are discussed...