articulation test

articulation test

[är‚tik·yə′lā·shən ‚test]
(psychology)
A type of test used to assess hearing and loss of hearing for speech.
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The quality of articulation was determined according to The Global Articulation Test [9] in each child individually.
The results of the Global Articulation Test showed that the quality of articulation for all individual vowels was significantly better in the first graders than in the preschool children, p<0.
In mathematics and the world-wide articulation test, Australia is in the top ten, leaving behind most of the western countries including the United States and England.
1999) Rapid Object Naming Memory for Digits x Nonword repetition x Blending Nonwords x Goldman-Fristoe Test P of Articulation (GFTA- 2) Goldman & Fristoe (2000) Hodson Assessment of P Phonological Patterns (HAPP-3) Hodson (2004) Khan-Lewis P Phonological Analysis (KLPA-2) Khan & Lewis (2002) Photo Articulation Test P (PAT-3) Lippke et al.
These sessions provided clinicians with an opportunity to pilot an articulation test that utilized vocabulary in Bosnian and had been developed by the team (the Bosnian Articulation Test).
Speech goals were determined by utilizing information from the Bosnian Articulation Test and the Ling Phonetic Level Evaluation (Ling, 1989).
The impetus for the development of the Bosnian Articulation Test was the fact that no articulation test existed in the Bosnian language.
In order to quantify the results of global articulation test as a continuous dependent variable, each correctly articulated sound was marked by coefficient 4, the border one by coefficient 3, the damaged and severely damaged ones by coefficients 2 and 1, respectively, and a missing sound by coefficient 0.
Kruskal--Wallis -'s test did not show a statistically significant difference when comparing the results of global articulation test between different age groups.
The results of global articulation test showed that the patients had the greatest problem in the articulation of fricatives (56.
Although no statistically significant results were obtained by comparing the age and the results of global articulation test, it was observed that the results tended to get worse in older patients.
The results of our study showed that the pacifier and non-pacifier users' average scores on the speech articulation tests were within the average range for both groups; however, the pacifier group scored more than 10 percentage points lower on the production of the sounds /s/, /z/, /d/, and /t/ than the group of children who did not use pacifiers.

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