articulation disorders

Summary

Summary: Disorders of the quality of speech characterized by the substitution, omission, distortion, and addition of phonemes.

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  1. Smithpeter J, Covell D. Relapse of anterior open bites treated with orthodontic appliances with and without orofacial myofunctional therapy. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2010;137:605-14 pubmed publisher
    ..In this study, we investigated the efficacy of orofacial myofunctional therapy (OMT) for maintaining closure of open bites in conjunction with orthodontic treatment...
  2. Morris H, Ozanne A. Phonetic, phonological, and language skills of children with a cleft palate. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2003;40:460-70 pubmed
    ..To evaluate the language, phonetic, and phonological skills at age 3 years of two groups of young children with a cleft palate, with different expressive language proficiency at 2 years of age...
  3. Park S, Saso Y, Ito O, Tokioka K, Takato T, Kato K, et al. The outcome of long-term follow-up after palatoplasty. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2000;105:12-7 pubmed
    ..Velopharyngeal function and articulation disorders were evaluated serially at 4, 7, 10, and more than 10 years of age...
  4. Gibbon F, Wood S. Using electropalatography (EPG) to diagnose and treat articulation disorders associated with mild cerebral palsy: a case study. Clin Linguist Phon. 2003;17:365-74 pubmed
    Some children with mild cerebral palsy have articulation disorders that are resistant to conventional speech therapy techniques...
  5. Wertzner H, Consorti T. [Phonological processes detected in children between seven and eight years]. Pro Fono. 2004;16:275-82 pubmed
    ..Phonological performance of children between 7 and 8 years...
  6. Persson C, Lohmander A, Elander A. Speech in children with an isolated cleft palate: A longitudinal perspective. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2006;43:295-309 pubmed
    ..To describe articulation and speech symptoms related to velopharyngeal impairment in children born with an isolated cleft palate...
  7. Junqueira P, Marchesan I, de Oliveira L, Ciccone E, Haddad L, Rizzo M. Speech-language pathology findings in patients with mouth breathing: multidisciplinary diagnosis according to etiology. Int J Orofacial Myology. 2010;36:27-32 pubmed
    ..Therefore, the specific type of etiology of mouth breathing does not appear to contribute to the presence, type, or number of speech-language findings which may result from mouth breathing behavior...
  8. Yoshida H, Kanda Y, Miyamoto I, Fukuda T, Takahashi H. Cochlear implantation on prelingually deafened adults. Auris Nasus Larynx. 2008;35:349-52 pubmed publisher
    ..To evaluate the validity of cochlear implantation (CI) on prelingually deafened adults who have been trained by auditory-verbal/oral communication since childhood...
  9. Doignon Camus N, Seigneuric A, Perrier E, Sisti A, Zagar D. Evidence for a preserved sensitivity to orthographic redundancy and an impaired access to phonological syllables in French developmental dyslexics. Ann Dyslexia. 2013;63:117-32 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, their access to phonological syllables from letters was impaired, suggesting that their phonological deficit extends to large grain-size phonological units...

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  1. Wren Y, McLeod S, White P, Miller L, Roulstone S. Speech characteristics of 8-year-old children: findings from a prospective population study. J Commun Disord. 2013;46:53-69 pubmed publisher
    ..1997) lifespan database. The reader will also recall information on how typically and atypically developing children differ on a range of measures across different types of speech sample. ..
  2. Ceron M, Gubiani M, Oliveira C, Gubiani M, Keske Soares M. Prevalence of phonological disorders and phonological processes in typical and atypical phonological development. Codas. 2017;29:e20150306 pubmed publisher
    ..Information regarding the type and frequency of phonological processes in both typical phonological acquisition and phonological disorders may contribute to early diagnosis and increase the efficiency of treatment planning. ..
  3. Costa R, Souza T, Avila C. [Phonological sensitivity to rhyme and alliteration in preschoolers with phonological disorder]. J Soc Bras Fonoaudiol. 2011;23:129-34 pubmed
    ..To characterize the performance of a group of preschool children with phonological disorder in metaphonological tasks of identification and production of rhyme and alliteration...
  4. Koeda T, Seki A, Uchiyama H, Sadato N. Dyslexia: advances in clinical and imaging studies. Brain Dev. 2011;33:268-75 pubmed publisher
    ..This 2-step approach is designed to serve first grade children. In addition, we propose the RTI (response to intervention) model as a desirable system for remedial education...
  5. Lee J, Hustad K. A preliminary investigation of longitudinal changes in speech production over 18 months in young children with cerebral palsy. Folia Phoniatr Logop. 2013;65:32-9 pubmed publisher
    ..The study also examined relationships among variables at each time point...
  6. Maier A, Hönig F, Bocklet T, Nöth E, Stelzle F, Nkenke E, et al. Automatic detection of articulation disorders in children with cleft lip and palate. J Acoust Soc Am. 2009;126:2589-602 pubmed publisher
    ..Such speech shows complex articulation disorders, which are usually assessed perceptually, consuming time and manpower...
  7. McLeod S, Verdon S, Bowen C. International aspirations for speech-language pathologists' practice with multilingual children with speech sound disorders: development of a position paper. J Commun Disord. 2013;46:375-87 pubmed publisher
  8. Trauzettel Klosinski S, Koitzsch A, Dürrwächter U, Sokolov A, Reinhard J, Klosinski G. Eye movements in German-speaking children with and without dyslexia when reading aloud. Acta Ophthalmol. 2010;88:681-91 pubmed publisher
  9. Kendall D, Nadeau S, Conway T, Fuller R, Riestra A, Gonzalez Rothi L. Treatability of different components of aphasia - insights from a case study. J Rehabil Res Dev. 2006;43:323-36 pubmed
    ..This study also demonstrates the importance of a careful analysis of the patient's language ability before a therapeutic strategy is chosen...
  10. Wocadlo C, Rieger I. Phonology, rapid naming and academic achievement in very preterm children at eight years of age. Early Hum Dev. 2007;83:367-77 pubmed
    ..To examine the impact and additive effect of phonology and rapid naming deficits on reading, spelling and mathematics achievement in a group of very preterm children at 8 years of age...
  11. Clark H. The role of strength training in speech sound disorders. Semin Speech Lang. 2008;29:276-83 pubmed publisher
    ..A much larger body of research is needed to determine the conditions under which strength training is most appropriately applied in the treatment of childhood speech disorders...
  12. Sjögreen L, Engvall M, Ekström A, Lohmander A, Kiliaridis S, Tulinius M. Orofacial dysfunction in children and adolescents with myotonic dystrophy. Dev Med Child Neurol. 2007;49:18-22 pubmed
    ..The families reported problems with eating (51.9%) and drooling (37.0%). Oral motor dysfunction was most prominent in congenital DM, and males were more affected than females...
  13. Michi Y, Suzuki M, Kurohara K, Harada K. A case of hemangiopericytoma of the soft palate with articulate disorder and dysphagia. Int J Oral Sci. 2013;5:111-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Histopathological diagnosis was based on positive immunoreactivity of CD99 and vimentin and weak, positive staining of CD34. Three and half years following tumor excision, there is no recurrence or metastasis. ..
  14. Rizio A, Moyer K, Diaz M. Neural evidence for phonologically based language production deficits in older adults: An fMRI investigation of age-related differences in picture-word interference. Brain Behav. 2017;7:e00660 pubmed publisher
    ..However, there are different theories about the mechanism that may underlie such age-related differences in language (e.g., age-related declines in transmission of activation or inhibition)...
  15. Peterson R, Pennington B, Shriberg L, Boada R. What influences literacy outcome in children with speech sound disorder?. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2009;52:1175-88 pubmed publisher
    ..The authors report the literacy of children with SSD at ages 7-9, compared with controls and national norms, and relative to language skill and SSD persistence (both measured at age 5-6)...
  16. McAuliffe M, Cornwell P. Intervention for lateral /s/ using electropalatography (EPG) biofeedback and an intensive motor learning approach: a case report. Int J Lang Commun Disord. 2008;43:219-29 pubmed
    ..Studies have not commonly measured articulatory change without the palate in-situ using acoustic analysis and non-professional listeners...
  17. Code C, Tree J, Ball M. The influence of psycholinguistic variables on articulatory errors in naming in progressive motor speech degeneration. Clin Linguist Phon. 2011;25:1074-80 pubmed publisher
    ..Results suggest that C.S.'s speech and naming errors indicate compromised speech programming/planning rather than lexical selection and we conclude that this pattern of findings is indicative of problems with motor speech production...
  18. McNeil M, Katz W, Fossett T, Garst D, Szuminsky N, Carter G, et al. Effects of online augmented kinematic and perceptual feedback on treatment of speech movements in apraxia of speech. Folia Phoniatr Logop. 2010;62:127-33 pubmed publisher
    ..Future investigations will explore the independent contributions of each feedback type (i.e. kinematic and perceptual) in producing efficient and effective training of SMTs in persons with AOS...
  19. Bedoin N, Ferragne E, Lopez C, Herbillon V, de Bellescize J, des Portes V. Atypical hemispheric asymmetries for the processing of phonological features in children with rolandic epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav. 2011;21:42-51 pubmed publisher
    ..BECTS-L, therefore, interferes with the development of left hemisphere dominance for specific phonological mechanisms...
  20. Dwivedi R, St Rose S, Chisholm E, Bisase B, Amen F, Nutting C, et al. Evaluation of speech outcomes using English version of the Speech Handicap Index in a cohort of head and neck cancer patients. Oral Oncol. 2012;48:547-53 pubmed publisher
    ..Over one-third of OC and OP cancer patients reported speech problems in their day-do-day life. Advanced T-stage tumors affecting the oral tongue or base of tongue are particularly associated with poor speech outcomes...
  21. Heliövaara A. Maxillary dental arch dimensions in 6-year-old children with articulatory speech disorders. Folia Phoniatr Logop. 2011;63:242-6 pubmed publisher
    ..To evaluate maxillary dental arch dimensions in 6-year-old children with articulatory speech disorders and to compare their dental arch dimensions with age- and sex-matched controls without speech disorders...
  22. Fidler L, Plante E, Vance R. Identification of adults with developmental language impairments. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2011;20:2-13 pubmed publisher
    ..To assess the utility of a wide range of language measures (phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics) for the identification of adults with developmental language impairment...
  23. Tian W, Yin H, Li Y, Zhao S, Zheng Q, Shi B. Magnetic resonance imaging assessment of velopharyngeal structures in Chinese children after primary palatal repair. J Craniofac Surg. 2010;21:568-77 pubmed publisher
    ..The present study aimed to investigate the characteristics of the velopharyngeal structures, including the levator veli palatini muscles, in children with repaired cleft palate and different speech outcomes...
  24. Suárez Coalla P, Cuetos Vega F. [Is dyslexia a visual perceptive disorder? New empirical data]. Psicothema. 2012;24:188-92 pubmed
    ..Developmental dyslexics do not appear to have visual perceptual problems, but a particular difficulty to retrieve the phonological code of graphemes...
  25. Kodaira Y. [An edentulous case with articulation disorder and severe bone resorption]. Nihon Hotetsu Shika Gakkai Zasshi. 2008;52:570-3 pubmed
    ..When I confirmed to make a good retention and an appropriate mandibular position, I started to make new dentures, and then set them...
  26. Ramus F, Marshall C, Rosen S, van der Lely H. Phonological deficits in specific language impairment and developmental dyslexia: towards a multidimensional model. Brain. 2013;136:630-45 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that a multiple-component model of language abilities best explains the relationship between specific language impairment and dyslexia and the different profiles of impairment that are observed...
  27. El Naaj I, Trost O, Peled M, Malka G, Danino A. Gunshot wounds: reconstruction of the lower face by osteogenic distraction. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2006;118:1271-2; author reply 1272-3 pubmed
  28. Palladino P, Ferrari M. Phonological sensitivity and memory in children with a foreign language learning difficulty. Memory. 2008;16:604-25 pubmed publisher
  29. Gustafson S, Ferreira J, Ronnberg J. Phonological or orthographic training for children with phonological or orthographic decoding deficits. Dyslexia. 2007;13:211-29 pubmed
    ..Thus, in this population of children, training should focus on children's relative weakness rather than their relative strength in word decoding...
  30. Sambale M, Schuster M, Bocklet T, Maier A, Eysholdt U, Ströbele A, et al. [Speech intelligibility degree and coping after multimodal therapy of oral squamous carcinoma]. Laryngorhinootologie. 2011;90:151-6 pubmed publisher
    ..The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of speech intelligibility on coping strategies and a standardized questionnaire...
  31. Watson M, Lof G. Epilogue: what we know about nonspeech oral motor exercises. Semin Speech Lang. 2008;29:339-44 pubmed publisher
    ..This article presents a summary of reasons not to use nonspeech remediation techniques along with suggestions clinicians should consider when choosing intervention procedures for children with speech sound errors...
  32. Vallino L, Zuker R, Napoli J. A study of speech, language, hearing, and dentition in children with cleft lip only. Cleft Palate Craniofac J. 2008;45:485-94 pubmed publisher
    ..To examine the prevalence of speech, language, hearing, and dental problems in children with an initial diagnosis of isolated cleft lip only (CL), for which evidence-based practice can be developed...
  33. Ertmer D. Assessing speech intelligibility in children with hearing loss: toward revitalizing a valuable clinical tool. Lang Speech Hear Serv Sch. 2011;42:52-8 pubmed publisher
  34. Goozée J, Murdoch B, Ozanne A, Cheng Y, Hill A, Gibbon F. Lingual kinematics and coordination in speech-disordered children exhibiting differentiated versus undifferentiated lingual gestures. Int J Lang Commun Disord. 2007;42:703-24 pubmed
    ..These undifferentiated lingual gestures have been interpreted to reflect a 'motor constraint', with the tongue tip and body incapable of operating independently...
  35. Vandewalle E, Boets B, Ghesquière P, Zink I. Development of phonological processing skills in children with specific language impairment with and without literacy delay: a 3-year longitudinal study. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2012;55:1053-67 pubmed publisher
    ..To compare the development of phonological skills in children with specific language impairment (SLI) with and without literacy delay and to examine whether kindergarten phonological skills could discriminate these 2 groups...
  36. Ygual Fernandez A, Cervera Mérida J, Rosso P. [The value of phonological analysis in speech therapy]. Rev Neurol. 2008;46 Suppl 1:S97-100 pubmed
  37. Nithart C, Demont E, Majerus S, Leybaert J, Poncelet M, Metz Lutz M. Reading disabilities in SLI and dyslexia result from distinct phonological impairments. Dev Neuropsychol. 2009;34:296-311 pubmed publisher
  38. Mariën P, Verhoeven J, Wackenier P, Engelborghs S, De Deyn P. Foreign accent syndrome as a developmental motor speech disorder. Cortex. 2009;45:870-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Although FAS has been reported in children, such accounts are rare and have remained largely anecdotal in that there have been no formally documented cases of FAS as a developmental motor speech disorder...
  39. Malstädt N, Hasselhorn M, Lehmann M. Free recall behaviour in children with and without spelling impairment: the impact of working memory subcapacities. Dyslexia. 2012;18:187-98 pubmed publisher
  40. Cohen Goldberg A, Cholin J, Miozzo M, Rapp B. The interface between morphology and phonology: exploring a morpho-phonological deficit in spoken production. Cognition. 2013;127:270-86 pubmed publisher
    ..WRG may constitute the first case of a morpho-phonological impairment-these results suggest that the processes that combine morphemes constitute a crucial component of morpho-phonological processing...
  41. Camargo Z, Marchesan I, Oliveira L, Svicero M, Pereira L, Madureira S. Lingual frenectomy and alveolar tap production: an acoustic and perceptual study. Logoped Phoniatr Vocol. 2013;38:157-66 pubmed publisher
  42. Karlsson F, Olofsson K, Blomstedt P, Linder J, Nordh E, Van Doorn J. Articulatory closure proficiency in patients with Parkinson's disease following deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus and caudal zona incerta. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2014;57:1178-90 pubmed publisher
  43. Ceron M, Keske Soares M, Freitas G, Gubiani M. Phonological changes obtained in the treatment of subjects comparing different therapy models. Pro Fono. 2010;22:549-54 pubmed
    ..There are many options of phonological disorder treatments that aim at improving children's communication...
  44. Marchesan I, Martinelli R, Gusmão R. Lingual frenulum: changes after frenectomy. J Soc Bras Fonoaudiol. 2012;24:409-12 pubmed
    ..To describe the changes after frenectomy concerning mobility and functions of the tongue...
  45. Fabbro F, Marini A, Felisari G, Comi G, D Angelo M, Turconi A, et al. Language disturbances in a group of participants suffering from Duchenne muscular dystrophy: a pilot study. Percept Mot Skills. 2007;104:663-76 pubmed
    ..At the linguistic assessment, 7 of 8 participants showed moderate to severe difficulties on oral language processing with particularly impaired morphosyntactic competence...
  46. Rose S, King L. Speech error elicitation and co-occurrence restrictions in two Ethiopian Semitic languages. Lang Speech. 2007;50:451-504 pubmed
    ..The results indicate that violations of consonant co-occurrence restrictions significantly increase error rates in the productions of native speakers, thereby supporting the psychological reality of the constraints...
  47. Gabrieli J. Dyslexia: a new synergy between education and cognitive neuroscience. Science. 2009;325:280-3 pubmed publisher
    ..A combination of evidence-based teaching practices and cognitive neuroscience measures could prevent dyslexia from occurring in the majority of children who would otherwise develop dyslexia...
  48. Vaessen A, Gerretsen P, Blomert L. Naming problems do not reflect a second independent core deficit in dyslexia: double deficits explored. J Exp Child Psychol. 2009;103:202-21 pubmed publisher
  49. McBride J, Sumner P, Jackson S, Bajaj N, Husain M. Exaggerated object affordance and absent automatic inhibition in alien hand syndrome. Cortex. 2013;49:2040-54 pubmed publisher
    ..Taken together, these findings suggest that grasping behaviours in AHS may result from exaggerated object affordance effects, which might potentially arise from disrupted inhibition of automatically evoked responses. ..
  50. De Bodt M, Van Lierde K. Cleft palate speech and velopharyngeal dysfunction: the approach of the speech therapist. B-ENT. 2006;2 Suppl 4:63-70 pubmed
  51. Miccio A, Powell T. Triangulating speech sound generalization. Clin Linguist Phon. 2010;24:311-22 pubmed publisher
    ..Included is a discussion of client, clinician, and treatment variables that may contribute to the generalization process...
  52. Roxburgh Z, Cleland J, Scobbie J. Multiple phonetically trained-listener comparisons of speech before and after articulatory intervention in two children with repaired submucous cleft palate. Clin Linguist Phon. 2016;30:398-415 pubmed publisher
    ..However, perceptual evaluation offers a straightforward method of evaluating the effectiveness of interventions and can be used by phonetically trained or lay listeners. ..
  53. Sansavini A, Guarini A, Alessandroni R, Faldella G, Giovanelli G, Salvioli G. Are early grammatical and phonological working memory abilities affected by preterm birth?. J Commun Disord. 2007;40:239-56 pubmed
    ..A partial compensatory effect by the maternal level of education on preterms' grammatical and cognitive abilities was also found...