All Relations between Dysarthria and phonemes

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Barbara Tomasino, Luca Weis, Marta Maieron, Giada Pauletto, Lorenzo Verriello, Riccardo Budai, Tamara Ius, Serena D'Agostini, Luciano Fadiga, Miran Skra. Motor or non-motor speech interference? A multimodal fMRI and direct cortical stimulation mapping study. Neuropsychologia. 2024-03-30. PMID:38555064. lastly, des of the inferior frontal gyrus, pars opercularis and triangularis evoked variations of the output, i.e., dysarthria, a motor speech disorder occurring when patients cannot control the muscles used to produce articulated sounds (phonemes). 2024-03-30 2024-04-02 Not clear
Tereza Tykalova, Mariana Pospisilova, Roman Cmejla, Jaroslav Jerabek, Pavel Mares, Jan Rus. Speech changes after coordinative training in patients with cerebellar ataxia: a pilot study. Neurological sciences : official journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology. vol 37. issue 2. 2016-11-01. PMID:26377098. objective acoustic analyses were used to investigate six key aspects of speech production disturbed in ataxic dysarthria including accuracy of consonant articulation, accuracy of vowel articulation, irregular alternating motion rates, prolonged phonemes, slow alternating motion rates and inappropriate segmentation. 2016-11-01 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jan Rusz, Cecilia Bonnet, Jiří Klempíř, Tereza Tykalová, Eva Baborová, Michal Novotný, Aaron Rulseh, Evžen Růžičk. Speech disorders reflect differing pathophysiology in Parkinson's disease, progressive supranuclear palsy and multiple system atrophy. Journal of neurology. vol 262. issue 4. 2016-01-08. PMID:25683763. dysarthria in psp was dominated by increased dysfluency, decreased slow rate, inappropriate silences, deficits in vowel articulation and harsh voice quality whereas msa by pitch fluctuations, excess intensity variations, prolonged phonemes, vocal tremor and strained-strangled voice quality. 2016-01-08 2023-08-13 human
S Pinto, A Ghio, B Teston, F Vialle. [Dysarthria across Parkinson's disease progression. Natural history of its components: dysphonia, dysprosody and dysarthria]. Revue neurologique. vol 166. issue 10. 2010-12-10. PMID:20800250. speech alteration in parkinson's disease, so-called hypokinetic dysarthria, presents with prosodic insufficiency, related to a monotony of pitch and intensity, a reduction of accentuation, variable speech rate and possible phoneme imprecision. 2010-12-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Gwen Van Nuffelen, Catherine Middag, Marc De Bodt, Jean-Pierre Marten. Speech technology-based assessment of phoneme intelligibility in dysarthria. International journal of language & communication disorders. vol 44. issue 5. 2010-05-27. PMID:18821111. speech technology-based assessment of phoneme intelligibility in dysarthria. 2010-05-27 2023-08-12 Not clear
P A Conde-Guzón, M J Conde-Guzón, M T Bartolomé-Albistegui, P Quirós-Expósit. [Neuropsychological profiles associated with the children's oral language disorders]. Revista de neurologia. vol 48. issue 1. 2009-03-17. PMID:19145564. they form a heterogeneous group that ranges from simple problems in articulating a phoneme (dyslalias) to severe disorders affecting communication, such as children's dysarthrias and aphasias. 2009-03-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
Kristin M Rosen, Raymond D Kent, Joseph R Duff. Lognormal distribution of pause length in ataxic dysarthria. Clinical linguistics & phonetics. vol 17. issue 6. 2004-02-04. PMID:14564832. the following types of pauses were measured in spontaneous monologues of 16 speakers with ataxic dysarthria: pauses that contained evidence of respiration, pauses that occurred between words, between phonemes, within phonemes, and those associated with stop consonants. 2004-02-04 2023-08-12 Not clear
H Halpern, R L Keith, F L Darle. Phonemic behavior of aphasic subjects without dysarthria or apraxia of speech. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior. vol 12. issue 4. 1977-03-21. PMID:1009773. thirty adult aphasic subjects without apraxia of speech or dysarthria were tested for their ability to produce phonemes in single test words and in spontaneous contextual speech. 1977-03-21 2023-08-11 human