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A Study on Characteristics of the Stuttering according to Auditory Feedback Types

주파수 청각 피드백(FAF)에 따른 말더듬 특성 연구

  • 장현진 (대구대학교) ;
  • 신명선 (부산가톨릭대학교 언어청각치료학과)
  • Published : 2009.12.28

Abstract

The study aims at investigating frequency of the stuttering of stutterers according to FAF pitch alternation level, examining a stuttering group. The study has collected spoken language samples by making each 10 people of a stuttering group carry out a reading and monologue task using NAF and FAF. The results of this study were as follows. In stuttering frequency, both reading and monologue task, there was significant difference of stuttering frequency according NAF and FAF pitch alternation level. But, There was significant difference of stuttering frequency according FAF pitch alternation level. NAF levels than FAF on type of stuttering decreased at the level of all the core behavior. The decrease was a lot of block, core behavior has changed as often repeated.

Keywords

Stuttering;Frequency Auditory Feedback

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