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Childhood Apraxia of Speech research abstracts and citations, research articles, presentations, current CAS research projects.

  • Results of Summer 2000 Apraxia-Kids Parental Survey

    By
    Patricia Lohman, M.A., CCC-SLP (Doctoral Student)

    [Note: Below are the preliminary results of the apraxia parent survey research done this summer, via the Listserv, by doctoral student Pat Lohman at Ohio University. Pat was gracious to send us her preliminary findings. Results of the survey will be used to prepare professional articles and presentations. This information belongs to Pat, thus do […]

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  • Apraxia Research Citations

    2003 -2004

    Acoustic and perceptual correlates of stress in nonwords produced by children with suspected developmental apraxia of speech and children with phonological disorder. Munson B. Bjorum EM. Windsor J. Journal of Speech Language & Hearing Research. 46(1):189-202, 2003 Feb. Abstract Auditory and phonetic perception of vowels in children with apraxic speech disorders. Maassen B. Groenen P. […]

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  • Apraxia Research Articles and Citations

    2005 - 2006

    (Note: If you are aware that we’ve missed important professional citation related to research or practice related to childhood apraxia of speech and/or speech motor control in children, please inform us! We’d be grateful! Correspond to sharong@apraxia-kids.org) Betz SK, Stoel-Gammon C. Measuring articulatory error consistency in children with developmental apraxia of speech. Clin Linguist Phon. […]

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  • Apraxia Research Articles and Abstracts

    1999 - 2000

    Note: If you are aware that we’ve missed important professional citation related to research or practice related to childhood apraxia of speech and/or speech motor control in children, please inform us! We’d be grateful! Correspond to sharong@apraxia-kids.org Alcock KJ, Passingham RE, Watkins KE, Vargha-Khadem F. Oral dyspraxia in inherited speech and language impairment and acquired […]

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  • Apraxia Research Articles and Abstracts

    2001 - 2002

    [Note: If you are aware that we’ve missed important professional citation related to research or practice related to childhood apraxia of speech and/or speech motor control in children, please inform us! We’d be grateful! Correspond to sharong@apraxia-kids.org] Ballard KJ. Response generalization in apraxia of speech treatments: taking another look. J Commun Disord 2001 Jan-Apr;34(1-2):3-20 ABSTRACT […]

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  • Abstracts and Presentations

    2002 CAS Research Symposium

    Abstracts of Presentations 2002 Childhood Apraxia of Speech Research Symposium Symposium Co-sponsored by the Bruce and Patricia Hendrix Foundation and the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association Apraxia of Speech: Historical Overview and Clinical Manifestations of the Acquired and Developmental Forms. Joseph R. Duffy, Ph.D., BC-NCD Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN This presentation will review the historical […]

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  • Logic, Theory and Evidence Against the Use of Non-Speech Oral Motor Exercises to Change Speech Sound Production

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    Gregory Lof, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

    [Read the text below or Download this PDF file of the handout from Dr. Lof’s invited presentation at the 2006 ASHA Convention. Reprinted with permission from the author.] Introduction Non-Speech Oral Motor Exercises (NS-OME) Defined Any technique that does not require the child to produce a speech sound but is used to influence the development […]

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  • Oral Movements and Language Development

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    Katie Alcock, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, Lancaster University

    How are Language Development and Motor Development Linked? People have been asking for a long time whether children who are good, or poor, at motor (movement) skills are likely to be good, or poor, at language skills. Here’s what we know so far. When you look at walking, running, jumping and other gross motor skills […]

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  • Does Training Non-speech Oral Movements Facilitate Speech-sound Production in Children with Motor Speech Disorders?

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    Thomas Campbell, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, BC-NCD

    There are precious few data available to support the notion that training non-speech oral movements facilitates the speech-sound production abilities of children with motor speech disorders. However, there are many advocates on both sides of this issue. Although there has been a proliferation of motor training programs for sale that are replete with specialized equipment […]

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