Comparison of intelligibility measures on single word and spontaneous speech tasks for children with and without cleft palate

Authors

  • Carrie Gotzke Dept. of Speech Pathol. and Audiol., University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada
  • Megan Hodge Dept. of Speech Pathol. and Audiol., University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada
  • Jason Daniels Dept. of Speech Pathol. and Audiol., University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada

Keywords:

Acoustic variables measurement, Probes, Sound recording, Speech analysis, Stereophonic recordings, Speech error, Speech intelligibility probe

Abstract

The speech intelligibility probe for children with cleft palate (SIP-CCLP) was developed to measure single word intelligibility in children with cleft palate based on these children's typical error patterns. Preliminary evaluation of the reliability and content and construct validity of the SIP-CCLP indicated that it shows the potential to be a reliable and valid clinical tool. This paper aims to conduct a preliminary evaluation of the criterion validity of a software version of the SIP-CCLP using speech samples from young children with and without cleft palate.

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Published

2003-09-01

How to Cite

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Gotzke C, Hodge M, Daniels J. Comparison of intelligibility measures on single word and spontaneous speech tasks for children with and without cleft palate. Canadian Acoustics [Internet]. 2003 Sep. 1 [cited 2021 Oct. 25];31(3):30-1. Available from: https://jcaa.caa-aca.ca/index.php/jcaa/article/view/1535

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Proceedings of the Acoustics Week in Canada