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Treballs generals sobre trastorns del llenguatge

Trastorns del llenguatge: manuals i treballs generals

Alegre, J. R., i Pérez Calleja, M. (2008). Guía práctica de los trastornos del lenguaje: descripción e intervención. Lebón.

Tomo I. La intervención logopédica en los retrasos y trastornos del lenguaje: 1.– Trastornos del lenguaje: visión general; 2.– El retraso del lenguaje, intervención logopédica; 3.– El mutismo, intervención logopédica; 4.– La disfasia, intervención logopédica; 5.– La afasia, intervención logopédica; 6.– Lenguaje y parálisis cerebral, intervención logopédica; 7.– Lenguaje y deficiencia mental, intervención logopédica; 8.– Lenguaje y sordera, intervención logopédica; 9.– Síndromes que afectan al lenguaje, intervención logopédica; Tomo II. La intervención logopédica en las alteraciones del lenguaje oral y la lectoescritura: 1.– Las disfasias y disartrias, problemas en la emisión; 2.– Las disartrias: problemas motrices de articulación; 3.– Las dislalias o defectos en la articulación; 4.– La disglosia o dislalia orgánica; 5.– La disfemia, problemas de fluidez y ritmo; 6.– El aprendizaje de la lectura y la escritura: visión general; 7.– Diagnóstico y tratamiento de los trastornos de lectura: dislexia y retraso; 8.– Diagnóstico y tratamiento de los trastornos de escritura: disgrafía, disortografía; 9.– Los trastornos en la comprensión y expresión.

Anderson, N. B., i Shames, G. H. (2014). Human communication disorders: An introduction (8a ed.). Pearson.

Glossary (N. B. Anderson, G. H. Shames); 1.– Introduction: Human communication disorders: A philosophy and practice of science in service (N. B. Anderson, S. Chabon; 2.– Development of communication, language, and speech (R. E. Owens, Jr.); 3.– The biology and physics of speech (R. D. Kent, H. K. Vorperian); 4.– Multicultural and multilingual considerations (K. T. Payne), 5.– Genetics: Basis for development and disorders (L. G. McNeilly), 6.– Articulatory and phonological disorders (R. G. Schwartz, K. Marton); 7.– Stuttering and other disorders of fluency (P. R. Ramig, R. Pollard); 8.– Voice disorders (C. Sapienza, D. M. Hicks, B. Hoffman Ruddy); 9.– Cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial disorders (A. W. Kummer); 10.– Neurogenic disorders of speech in children and adults (B. E. Murdoch); 14.– Aphasia and related acquired language disorders (A. L. Holland); 15.– Augmentative and alternative communication (K. A. Kangas, L. L, Lloyd); 16.– Disorders of swallowing (B. C. Sonies); 17.– Hearing and hearing disorders (F. N. Martin, B. E. Noble); 18.– Audiologic rehabilitation (A. E. Holmes, S. M. Dell); References (N. B. Anderson, G. H. Shames).

Andreu, L., Aguado, G., Cardona, M. C., i Sanz, M. (2013). Trastorns del llenguatge oral (L. Andreu, Coord.). FUOC. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/70965

1.– Els trastorns del llenguatge oral (G. Aguado); 2.– El trastorn específic del llenguatge (M. Sanz, L. Andreu); 3.– Avaluació i identificació dels nens amb TEL (L. Andreu, M. Sanz); 4.– La intervenció en el llenguatge oral: del retard en l’adquisició al trastorn específic del llenguatge (M. C. Cardona).

Blanken, G., Dittmann, J., Grimm, H., Marshall, J. C., i Wallesch, C.-W. (Ed.). (1993). Linguistic disorders and pathology: An international handbook. Walter de Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110113242

I.– Language use in normal speakers and its disorders: 1.– The architecture of normal spoken language use (W. J. M. Levelt); 2.– Morphosyntactic characteristics of spoken language (C. Heeschen); 3.– Phonological and articulatory characteristics of spoken language (C. Fowler); 4.– Characteristics of hesitation phenomena (M. Ford); 5.– Spontaneous and evoked slips of the tongue (J. P. Stemberger); 6.– Slips of the pen, tongue, and typewriter: A contrastive analysis (D. G. MacKay); 7.– Errors and their relevance for models of language production (M. F. Garrett); 8.– Disordered language in creative writing (J. C. Marshall, J. M. Gurd); II.– Acquired organic pathologies of language behavior: Neurolinguistic disorders: 9.– Clinical symptoms and syndromes of aphasia (C.-W. Wallesch, A. Kertesz); 10.– Cerebral organization of languages (A. Kertesz, C.-W. Wallesch); 11.– Diagnostic methods in aphasiology (K. Willmes); 12.– Semantic disorders in aphasia (J. M. Gurd, J. C. Marshall); 13.– Syntactic disorders in aphasia (R. de Blesser, J. Bayer); 14.– Disorders of word class processing in aphasia (A. D. Friederici, D. Saddy); 15.– Disorders of lexical morphology in aphasia (W. Badecker, A. Caramazza); 16.– Disorders of word-form processing in aphasia (H. W. Buckingham); 17.– Segmental disorders in aphasia (S. E. Kohn); 18.– Disorders of prosody in aphasia (D. Weniger); 19.– Nonpropositional speech in aphasia (D. van Lancker); 20.– Repetitive phenomena in aphasia (Y. Lebrun); 21.– Aphasia and models of language production and perception (B. Butterworth); 22.– Acquired disorders of reading (J. Kay); 23.– Acquired disorders of writing and spelling (D. P. Roeltgen, S. Z. Rapcsak); 24.– Multilingualism and aphasia (M. Paradis); 25.– Communicative behavior in aphasia (P. Feyereisen); 26.– Text processing in aphasia (H. K. Ulatowska, S. Chapman); 28.– Aphasia and apraxia (K. Poeck); 29.– Aphasia and acalculia (G. Deloche); 30.– Short term memory in aphasia (M. Grossman); 31.– Aphasia therapy (R. Lesser); 32.– Psychosocial aspects of aphasia (D. Müller); 33.– Pathology of nonaphasic language behavior after focal left hemisphere damage (S. F. Cappa); 34.– Verbal communication deficits after right-hemisphere damage (Y. Joanette, P. Goulet, D. Hannequin); 36.– Language disorders wiht diffuse brain disease of acute onset (A. L. Holland, B. B. Shadden); III.– Acquired organic pathologies of language behavior: Neurophonetic disorders: 37.– Dynamical systems and speech (B. Tuller, J. A. Scott Kelso); 38.– Pathophysiology of disordered articulation (J. H. Abbs, D. E. Hartman); 39.– Assessment methods in neurophonetics: Speech production (W. Ziegler); 40.– Speech apraxia (J. C. Rosenbek); 41.– Spastic dysarthria (R. D. Kent); 42.– Flaccid dysarthria (M. Vogel); 43.– Hypo- and hyperkinetic dysarthria (C. L. Ludlow); 44.– Cerebellar dysarthria (P. W. Schönle, B. Gröne); 45.– Feedback impairment in dysarthria (J. H. Abbs, R. DePaul); 47.– Effects of anatomical alterations of fully developed articulation (S. J. Peterson-Falzone, K. L. Landahl); 48.– Disorders of phonation (H. S. Johannsen); 49.– Pure word deafness (Verbal auditory agnosia) (Y. Tanaka); 50.– Speech tics in Tourette’s syndrome (C. L. Ludlow); IV.– Pathologies of language use in psychiatric disorders: 51.– Language behavior in alexithymia (F. Lolas); 52.– Pathology of language behavior in affective psychoses (F. M. Reischies); 53.– Thought disorders and language behavior in schizophrenia (B. A. Maher, M. Spitzer); 54.– Linguistic aspects of language behavior in schizophrenia (R. E. Hoffman); 55.– Glossomania and glossolalia in schizophasia and their linguistic kinships to the jargonophasias (A. R. Lecours); 56.– Communicative behavior in schizophrenia (M.-L. Käsermann); V.– Pathologies and disorders of language development: 57.– Landmarks in children’s language development (E. Hoff-Ginsberg); 58.– Definition and diagnosis of language development disorders (J. R. Johnston); 59.– Neurological aspects of language development disorders (M. Kinsbourne); 60.– Psychiatric and psychological aspects of language development disorders (L. Mawhood); 61.– Children with Specific Language Impairment (developmental dysphasia): Linguistic aspects (P. Menyuk); 62.– Children with Specific Language Impairment (developmental dysphasia): Perceptual and cognitive aspects (A. G. Kamhi); 63.– Children with Specific Language Impairment (developmental dysphasia): Treatment (L. B. Leonard); 64.– Acquired aphasia in children (P. Satz, R. Lewis); 65.– Language acquisition and development with sensory impairment: Hearing-impaired children (K. Mogford-Bevan); 66.– Language acquisition and development with sensory impairment: Blind children (A. E. Mills); 67.– Language acquisition and development in persons with mental retardation (E. C. Merrill); 68.– Patterns of interaction and communication in language development disorders (H. Grimm, S. Weinert); 69.– Disorders of written language development: Definitions and overview (H. Skowronek, H. Marx); 70.– Developmental dyslexia and language disorders (M. Snowling, C. Hulme); 71.– Developmental dyslexia and cognitive processes (C. Hulme, M. Snowling); 72.– Single and multiple component developmental dyslexias (C. M. Temple); 73.– Treatment of developmental reading and spelling disorders (G. Scheerer-Neumann); 74.– Hyperlexia and precocious reading (M. C. Welsh); 75.– Aspects of metalinguistic abilities in Specific Language Impairment (developmental dysphasia) and dyslexia (S. E. Weismer); 76.– Communicative behavior with neurotic developmental disorders: Elective mutism (I. Kolvin, T. Fundudis); 77.– Language and communicative behavior in childhood psychosis (C. Eggers); 78.– Language and communicative behavior in autistic disorders (M. M. Konstantareas); 79.– Speech disordered children (B. Dodd); 80.– Developmental dysarthria (C. K. Thompson, D. A. Robin); 81.– Effects of congenital malformations on speech development (S. J. Peterson-Falzone, K. L. Landahl); 82.– Stuttering: Physiological correlates and theoretical perspectives (A. Smith, G. N. Zimmermann); 83.– Linguistic phenomenology in stuttering (C. Hamre, W. Harn); 84.– Psychological aspects and theories of stuttering (H. Schulze); 85.– Therapy of stuttering child (J. C. Ingham); 86.– Therapy of the stuttering adult (P. Fiedler); 87.– Language changes in old age (L. L. Light).

Coll-Florit, M. (Coord.). (2013). Trastorns de la parla i de la veu. FUOC. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/70949

1.– Trastorns de la parla i l’articulació (G. Aguado); 2.– Disglòssies (E. Perelló); 3.– Avaluació i tractament de la quequesa infantil (A. Fernández-Zúñiga, S. Gambra); 4.– Alteracions de la veu en la infància (J. M. Vila-Rovira).

Coll-Florit, M. (Coord.). (2013). Trastornos del habla y de la voz. Editorial UOC.

1.– Trastornos de habla y articulación (G. Aguado); 2.– Disglosias (E. Perelló); 3.– Evaluación y tratamiendo de la disfemia infantil (A. Fernández-Zúñiga, S. Gambra); 4.– Alteraciones de la voz en la infancia (J. M. Vila-Rovira).

Cummings, L. (2014). Communication disorders. Palgrave Macmillan.

1.– The study of communication disorders; 2.– Developmental speech disorders; 3.– Developmental language disorders; 4.– Acquired speech disorders; 5.– Acquired language disorders; 6.– Communication disorders in mental illness; 7.– Disorders of voice; 8.– Disorders of fluency.

Cummings, L. (2018). Speech and language therapy: A primer. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316796061

1.– Introduction to speech and language therapy; 2.– Linguistic disciplines; 3.– Medical and scientific disciplines; 4.– Psychological disciplines; 5.– Assessment and diagnosis; 6.– Intervention and outcomes; 7.– The professions of speech and language therapy.

Cummings, L. (Ed.). (2014). The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108683

I.– Developmental communication disorders: 1.– Cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial anomalies (J. E. Riski); 2.– Developmental dysarthria (M. Hodge); 3.– Developmental verbal dyspraxia (B. McNeill); 4.– Developmental phonological disorder (S. Rvachew); 5.– Specific language impairment (S. E. Weismer); 6.– Developmental dyslexia (C. Christo); 7.– Intellectual disability and communication (K. Short-Meyerson, G. Benson); 8.– Emotional disturbance and communication (G. J. Benner, J. R. Nelson); 9.– Autism spectrum disorders and communication (C. F. Norbury); II– Acquired communication disorders: 10.– Head and neck cancer and communication (T. Bressmann); 11.– Acquired dysarthria (B. E. Murdoch); 12.– Apraxia of speech (D. A. Robin, S. Flagmeier); 13.– Aphasia (R. Bastiaanse, R. S. Prins); 14.– Right hemisphere damage and communication (Y. Joanette, P. Ferré, M. A. Wilson); 15.– Dementia and communication (J. Reilly, J. Hung); 16.– Traumatic brain injury and communication (L. Togher); 17.– Psychiatric disorders and communication (K. Bryan); III.– Voice, fluency and hearing disorders: 18.– Functional and organic voice disorders (N. P. Connor, D. M. Bless); 19.– Stuttering and cluttering (K. S. Scott); 20.– Hearing disorders (R. S. Ackley); IV.– Management of communication disorders: 21.– Developmental motor speech disorders (K. J. Ballard, P. McCabe); 22.– Acquired motor speech disorders (A. Lowit); 23.– Developmental language disorders (L. B. Leonard); 24.– Acquired aphasia (A. Whitworth, J. Webster, J, Morris); 25.– Disorders of voice (L. Rammage); 26.– Disorders of fluency (J. S. Yaruss); V.– Theoretical developments in communication disorders: 27.– Motor speech disorders and models of speech production (K. Croot); 28.– Adult neurological disorders and semantic models (T. Bormann); 29.– Language in genetic syndromes and cognitive modularity (V. Stojanovik); 30.– Pragmatic disorders and theory of mind (L. Cummings).

Crystal, D. (1980). Introduction to language pathology. Edward Arnold.

1.– The scope of the subject; 2.– Models of language disability; 3.– The communication chain; 4.– The classification of linguistic pathologies.

Crystal, D. (1993). Patología del lenguaje (M. L. Sánchez Bernardos, Trad.; 3a ed.). Cátedra.

Crystal, D., i Varley, R. (1998). Introduction to language pathology (4a ed.). Whurr.

1.– The scope of the subject; 2.– Approaches to language disability; 3.– The communication chain; 4.– The physical basis of the communication chain; 5.– The classification of linguistic pathologies; 6.– Assessment and treatment of communication disorders.

Damico, J. S., Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2010). The handbook of language and speech disorders. Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444318975

I.– Foundations: 1.– Social and practical considerations in labeling (J. S. Damico, N. Müller, M. J. Ball ); 2.– Diversity considerations in speech and language disorders (B. A. Goldstein, R. Horton-Ikard); 3.– Intervention for children with auditory or visual sensory impairments (L. W. Kretschmer, R. R. Kretschmer); 4.– Intelligibility impairments (M. Hodge, T. Whitehill); 5.– Genetic syndromes and communication disorders (V. Stojanovik); 6.– Principles of assessment and intervention (B. Brinton, M. Fujiki); II.– Language disorders: 7.– Autism spectrum disorders: The state of the art (J. Muma, S. Cloud); 8.– Delayed language development in preschool children (D. Weiss, R. Paul); 9.– Specific language impairment (S. l. Gillam, A. G. Kamhi); 10.– Pragmatic impairment (M. R. Perkins); 11.– Learning disabilities (R. Reid, L. Jacobson); 12.– Reading and reading impairments (J. S. Damico, R. Nelson); 13.– Substance abuse and childhood language disorders (T. E. Coggins, J. C. Thorne); 14.– Aphasia (C. Code); III.– Speech disorders: 15.– Children with speech sound disorders (S. Howard); 16.– Dysarthria (H. Ackermann, I. Hertrich, W. Ziegler); 17.– Apraxia of speech (A. Jacks, D. A. Robin); 18.– Augmentative and alternative communication: An introduction (K. D. R. Drager, E. F. Finke, E. C. Serpentine); 19.– Fluency and fluency disorders (J. A. Tetnowski, K. S. Scott); 20.– Describing voice disorders (R. Morris, A. B. Harmon); 21.– Orofacial anomalies (J. Russell); 22.– Speech disorders related to head and neck cancer: Laryngectomy, glossectomy, and velopharyngeal and maxillofacial defects (T. Bressmann); IV.– Cognitive and intellectual disorders: 23.– ADHD and communication disorders (C. Westby, S. Watson); 24.– Communication deficits associated with right hemisphere brain damage (M. K. Blake); 25.– Traumatic brain injury (J. Mozeiko, K. Lé, C. Coelho); 26.– Dementia (N. Müller).

Damico, J. S., Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2021). The handbook of language and speech disorders (2a ed.). Wiley Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119606987

Introduction (J. S. Damico, N. Müller, M. J. Ball); I.– Foundations: 1.– Labeling as a sociocultural process in communicative disorders (J. S. Damico, N. Müller, M. J. Ball); 2.– Diversity considerations in speech and language disorders: A focus on training (E. Babatsouli); 3.– Hearing loss and cochlear implants (D. Jackson, M. Daan van de Velde); 4.– Intelligibility impairment (K. C. Hustad, S. A. Borrie); 5.– Genetic syndromes and communication disorders (V. Stojanovik); 6.– Principles of assessment and intervention (B. Brinton, M. Fujiki, R. Brinton Fujiki); II.– Language disorders: 7.– Autism spectrum disorders (P. A. Prelock); 8.– Language acquisition and language delay (P. Fletcher); 9.– Developmental language disorder (S. L. Gillam, S. Holbrook, A. G. Kamhi); 10.– Pragmatic impairment (L. Cummings); 11.– Learning disabilities (C. Brennan); 12.– Literacy and literacy impairments (H. Damico, J. S. Damico, R. Nelson), 13.– Language and literacy in the context of early life adversity (P. Snow, S. Leitão, N. Kippin); 14.– Aphasia (C. Code); III.– Speech disorders: 15.– Children with speech sound disorders (S. Rvachew); 16.– Dysarthria (I. Hertrich, H. Ackermann, W. Ziegler); 17.– Apraxia of speech (A. Jacks, K. L. Haley); 18.– Augmentative and alternative communication: An introduction (K. D. R. Drager, E. H. Finke, E. C. Serpentine); 19.– Fluency and fluency disorders (J. A. Tetnowski, K. Scaler, S. Brittany, F. Rutland); 20.– Describing, assessing, and treating voice disorders (R. J. Morris, A. B. Harmon); 21.– Speech disorders related to cleft palate and velopharyngeal dysfunction (D. Sell, V. Pereira, Y. Wren, J. Russell); 22.– Speech disorders related to head and neck cancer: Laryngectomy, glossectomy, and velopharyngeal and maxillofacial defects (T. Bressmann); IV.– Cognitive and intellectual disorders: 23.– ADHD and communication disorders (C. Westby, S. M. R. Watson); 24.– Communication deficits associated with right hemisphere brain damage (M. Lehman Blake); 25.– Traumatic brain injury (K. Lê, J. Mozeiko); 26.– Dementia (N. Müller, Z. Mok).

Faust, M. (Ed.). (2012). The handbook of neuropsychology of language, 2. Language processing in the brain: Clinical populations. Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118432501

II.– Neuropsychology of language: Language loss. 31.– The acquisition, retention, and loss of vocabulary in aphasia, dementia, and other neuropsychological conditions (A, W. Ellis); 32.– Computational neuropsychology of language: Language processing and its breakdown in aphasia (S. R. Welbourne); 33.– Transcranial magnetic stimulation and aphasia research (M. A. Naeser, P. I. Martin, M. Ho, E. Treglia, E. Kaplan, E. H. Baker, A. Pascual-Leone); 34.– Longitudinal study of recovery from aphasia: The case of lexical retrieval (P. Marinaro Fitzpatrick, L. K. Obler, A. Spiro Iii, L. Tabor Connor); 35.– Multiple languages in the adult brain (M. Goral); 36.– Clinical neurolinguistics of bilingualism (A. Marini, C. Urgesi, F. Fabbro); 37.– Sentence comprehension in healthy and brain-damaged populations (S. A. Kotz, K. Rothermich, M. Schmidt-Kassow); 38.– The neural basis for aging effects on language (D. M. Burke, E. R. Graham); III.– Neuropsychology of language: Developmental language disorders. 39.– Neuropsychological and neuroimaging aspects of developmental language disorders (M. Semrud-Clikeman, J. Bledsoe); 40.– Specific Language Impairment: Processing deficits in linguistic, cognitive, and sensory domains (L. B. Leonard, C. Weber-Fox); 41.– The neurobiology of Specific Language Impairment (R. G. Schwartz, V. L. Shafer); 42.– Dyslexia: The brain bases of reading impairments (I. Kovelman, J. A. Christodoulou, J. D. E. Gabrieli); 43.– Acquired and developmental disorders of reading and spelling (M. Coltheart, S. Kohnen); 44.– The role of anchoring in auditory and speech perception in the general and dyslexic populations (K. Banai, M. Ahissar); 45.– The neurobiological basis of dyslexia: The magnocellular theory (J. Stein); 46.– Word retrieval in developmental language impairments: Application of the tip-of-the-tongue paradigm (K. Borodkin, M. Faust).

Fogle, P. T. (2019). Essentials of communication sciences & disorders (2a ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.

1.– Essentials of communication and its disorders; 2.– The professionals; 3.– Anatomy and physiology of speech and language; 4.– Speech and language development; 5.– Articulation and phonological disorders in children; 6.– Motor speech disorders in children; 7.– Language disorders in children; 8.– Literacy disorders in children; 9.– Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorders and auditory processing disorders; 10.– Autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities; 11.– Traumatic brain injury in children; 12.– Essentials of fluency disorders; 13.– Voice disorders in children and adults; 14.– Cleft lip and palate; 15.– Language disorders in adults; 16.– Cognitive-linguistic disorders in adults; 17.– Motos speech disorders in adults; 18.– Swallowing disorders/dysphagia; 19.– Anatomy and physiology of hearing and types and causes of hearing impairment; 20.– Hearing assessment, amplification, and aural rehabilitation; 21.– Essential counseling principles for speech-language pathologists and audiologists; Epilogue; Glossary.

Gil Ferrera, A. L. (2011). Manual de logopedia y foniatría. CEPE.

1.– El papel de la foniatría en la rehabilitación; 2.– Descripción y clasificación de los defectos del lenguaje; 3.– Formación mecánica de la palabra; 4.– Defectos y corrección de la articulación de los fonemas; 5.– La voz: trastornos y su rehabilitación; 6.– Tratamiento de las dislalias; 7.– Rinolalias; 8.– Perturbaciones del ritmo del lenguaje; 9.– La afasia; 10.– El déficit auditivo; 11.– Audiomudez; 12.– Corrección de los trastornos fonéticos; 13.– Exploración; 14.– La psicología aplicada a la rehabilitación del lenguaje.

Gillam, R. B., Marquardt, T. P., i Martin, F. N. (2011). Communication sciences and disorders: From science to clinical practice (2a ed.). Jones and Bartlett.

I.– General consideration: 1.– An introduction to the discipline of communication sciences and disorders (R. B. Gillam, S. L. Gillam); 2.– Communication across the life span (R. B. Gillam, L. M. Bedore, B. L. Davis); 3.– The social and cultural bases of communication (E. D. Peña, J. E. Jackson); II.– Individuals with speech disorders: 4.– Speech science (T. P. Marquardt, C. L. Matyear); 5.– Developmental speech disorders (B. L. Davis, L. M. Bedore); 6.– Laryngeal and orofacial disorders (R. Dalston, T. P. Marquardt); 7.– Fluency disorders (C. T. Byrd, R. B. Gillam); 8.– Dysarthria (T. P. Marquardt); 9.– Dysphagia (D. Granof); III.– Individuals with language disorders: 10.– Language disorders in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers (E. D. Peña, B. L. Davis); 11.– Language disorders in school-age children (R. B. Gillam, D. B. Petersen); 12.– Acquired neurogenic language disorders (T. P. Marquardt, S. Kiran); IV.– Hearing and hearing disorders: 13.– Hearing science (C. A. Champlin); 14.– Hearing disorders (F. N. Martin); 15.– Audiologic rehabilitation (M. S. Dean, J. A. Nelson); 16.– The habilitation of children with severe to profound hearing loss (M. E. Bernstein); Glossary.

Hernández Sacristán, C. (1996). Patologías del lenguaje. A C. Martín Vide (Ed.), Elementos de lingüística. (p. 287–306). Octaedro.

Huntley Bahr, R., i Silliman, E. R. (Ed.). (2015). Routlege handbook of communication disorders. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203569245

Introduction: Rethinking the accepted wisdom in communication disorders (R. Huntley Bahr, E. R. Silliman); I.– Genetic, neurobiological, and neurophysiological systems of communication impairments: 1.– (A)typical language development: Genetic and environmental influences (N. Rakhlin, E. L. Grigorenko); 2.– Neural network mechanisms of adult language (S. E. Nadeau); 3.– Reading impairment: From behavior to brain (W. Serniclaes, L. Sprenger-Charolles); 4.– Brain imaging studies of developmental stuttering: A review (L. De Nil, D. Beal); 5.– Speech and language disorders in children with craniofacial malformations (R. J. Shprintzen); 6.– Neurophysiology and voice production (E. M. Finnegan); 7.– Neural control of swallowing and treatment of motor impairments in dysphagia (A. Madhavan, N. J. Haak, G. D. Carnaby, M. A. Crary); 8.– Neuropharmacologic approaches to aphasia rehabilitation (M. L. Berthier, G. Dávila, M. J. Torres-Prioris); II.– Perceptual-motor systems of communication impairments: 9.– Oral sensorimotor development: Research and treatment (S. M. Barlow, A. O. Rosner); 10.– Perceptual processing of speech in infancy (B. T. Conboy, A. Bosseler); 11.– Developmental models of childhood apraxia of speech (B. A. M. Maassen); 12.– Speech recognition skills of children with cochlear implants (L. S. Eisenberg, D. H. Ganguly, K. C. Johnson, A. S. Martinez, N.-Y. Wang); 13.– Instrumental analysis of atypical speech (S. Howard, B. Heselwood); 14.– Contemporary issues in dysarthria (K. Tjaden, J. Lam, L. Feenaughty); III.– Cognitive and linguistic-discourse systems of communication impairments: 15.– What bilingualism tells us about phonological acquisition (E. Babatsouli, D. Ingram); 16.– Information processing in children with specific language impairment (J. W. Montgomery, R. B. Gillam, J. L. Evans); 17.– Spelling strategies and word formation processes: Evidence from developmental and spelling ability data (R. Huntley Bahr); 18,- Literacy development: the interdependent roles of oral language and reading comprehension (K. Cain); 19.– Child word finding: Differential diagnosis guides comprehensive intervention (D. J. German); 20.– The person behind the written language learning disability (K. Wingert, R. del Campo, V. Berninger); 21.– Vocabulary and grammatical profiles and relevant interventions for adolescents with Down syndrome (L. H. Finestack); 22.– Beyond the Theory of Mind Hypothesis: Using a causal model to understand the nature and treatment of multiple deficits in Autism Spectrum Disorder (T. L. Hutchins, P. A. Prelock); 23.– Language and the speaking mind: Brain in stuttering (N. D. Maxfield), 24.– Linguistic disruption in primary progressive aphasia, frontotemporal degeneration, and Alzheimer’s disease (A. Garcia, J. Reilly); 25.– Word retrieval impairment in adult aphasia (M. F. Schwartz, E. L. Middleton, R. Hamilton); IV:- Social interactional systems of communication impairments: 26.– Two challenges of the academic language register for students with language learning disabilities (E. R. Silliman, L. C. Wilkinson); 27.– African American children’s early language and literacy learning in the context of spoken dialect variation (N. P. Terry, M. C. Brown, A. Stuckey); 28.– Treatment approaches for second language learners with primary language impairment (K. Kohnert); 29.– Second language literacy learning and social identity: A focus on writing (R. L. Danzak); 30.– Continuities in the development of social communication: Triadic interactions and language development in children with autism spectrum disorder (J. Longard, C. Moore); 31.– Emotional intelligence and treatment outcomes in children with language impairment (B. Brinton, M. Fujiki); 32.– Social participation and aphasia (M. Cruice); 33.– Bilingualism and aphasia (M. Goral); V.– Reaching toward systems interdependence: 34.– Interaction of motor and language factors in the development of speech production (M. Saletta, A. Gladfelter, J. Vuolo, L. Goffman); 35.– Neuro/cognitive and sociocultural perspectives on language and literacy disabilities: Moving from parallel play to productive cooperation (C. A. Stone); 36.– Communication as distributed cognition: Novel theoretical and methodological approaches to disruptions in social communication following acquired brain injury (M. C. Duff, B. Mutlu, L. J. Byom, L. S. Turkstra).

Jódar, M. (Coord.). (2005). Trastornos del lenguaje y la memoria. Editorial UOC.

1.– Introducción a los modelos y a las bases neurobiológicas del lenguaje y la memoria (J. Barroso, A. García Jiménez, A. Nieto); 2.– Trastornos del lenguaje (C. Brun, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 3.– Trastornos de la memoria (M. Dorado, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 4.– Intervenciones terapéuticas en el lenguaje y la memoria (M. Jódar, P. Martín Plasencia).

Jódar, M. (Coord.). (2007). Trastornos del lenguaje y la memoria (2a ed.). FUOC. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/78625

1.– Introducción a los modelos y a las bases neurobiológicas del lenguaje y la memoria (J. Barroso, A. García Jiménez, A. Nieto); 2.– Trastornos del lenguaje (C. Brun, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 3.– Trastornos de la memoria (M. Dorado, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 4.– Intervenciones terapéuticas en el lenguaje y la memoria (M. Jódar, P. Martín Plasencia).

Jódar, M. (Coord.). (2007). Trastorns del llenguatge i la memòria (2a ed.). Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/78605

1.– Introducció als models i a les bases neurobiològiques del llenguatge i la memòria (J. Barroso, A. García Jiménez, A. Nieto); 2.– Trastorns del llenguatge (C. Brun, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 3.– Trastorns de la memòria (M. Dorado, A. García Jiménez, M. Jódar); 4.– Intervencions terapèutiques en el llenguatge i la memòria (M. Jódar, P. Martín Plasencia).

Martínez Aguado, J. de D., Moreno Manso, J. M., Pérez Rodríguez, C., Rabazo, M. J., Sánchez Casado, I., i Suárez Muñoz, Á. (2001). Manual de audición y lenguaje: enfoque multidisciplinar. Universidad de Extremadura.

Leiva, I., i Vázquez de Sebastián, J. (2017). Manual práctico de patología del lenguaje: evaluación e intervención en adultos y niños. Editorial UOC.

1.– Introducción a la psicolingüística; 2.– Trastornos del lenguaje en el adulto; 3.– Evaluación de la patología del lenguaje; 4.– Intervención en patología del lenguaje; 5.– Patología del lenguaje en la infancia.

Minifie, F. (Ed.). (1993). Introduction to communication sciences and disorders. Singular.

1.– Introduction to the professions (R. M. Flower); 2.– Communication and communication disorders in a multicultural society (O. L. Taylor); 3.– Speech perception (P. K. Kuhl); 4.– Phonologic development and disorders in children (J. R. Stone, C. Stoel-Gammon); 5.– Language development (L. Bloom); 6.– Language disorders in children (L. Swisher); 7.– Human communication disorders in context and environment (J. R. Andrews); 8.– Neurological bases of communication disorders (R. D. Kent); 9.– Neurogenic disorders of communication (L. L. LaPointe); 10.– Scientific substrates of speech production (K. N. Stevens); 11.– Genetics, syndrome delineation, and communicative impairment (R. J. Shprintzen); 12.– Voice disorders (L. L. Ramig); 13.– Fluency and stuttering (D. Prins); 14.– Scientific substrates of hearing (C. I. Berlin); 15.– Hearing disorders (J. F. Jerger, B. Stach); 16.– A vision for the future (F. D. Minifie, R. M. Flower).

Owens Jr., R. E., Farinella, K. A., i Metz, D. E. (2015). Introduction to communication disorders: A lifespan evidence-based perspective (5a ed.). Pearson.

1.– Communication disorders and clinical service; 2.– Communication: Means, impairments, intervention; 3.– Biological mechanisms of speech; 4.– Language impairments in children; 5.– Literacy impairments: Assessment and intervention; 6.– Language impairment in adults; 7.– Stuttered speech; 8.– Voice and resonance disorders; 9.– Disorders of articulation and phonology; 10.– Motor speech disorders; 11.– Dysphagia; 12.– Audiology and hearing loss; 13.– Using augmentative and alternative communication; Appendix.– Professional organizations.

Peña, J. (Ed.). (2014). Manual de logopedia (4a ed.). Elsevier Masson.

1.– Introducción a la patología y terapéutica del lenguaje; 2.– Bases neurobiológicas del lenguaje; 3.– Sistema auditivo. Bases anatómicas y funcionales; 4.– Sistema fonatorio. Bases anatómicas y funcionales; 5.– Adquisición y desarrollo del lenguaje; 6.– Fundamentos de lingüística en logopedia; 7.– Evaluación neuropsicológica del niño; 8.– Disglosias; 9.– Dislalias; 10.– Retardo del lenguaje; 11.– Trastorno específico del lenguaje; 12.– Trastornos de aprendizaje del lenguaje escrito; 13.– Hipoacusia infantil: intervención logopédica; 14.– Logopedia y parálisis cerebral infantil; 15.– El lenguaje en las personas con discapacidad intelectual; 16.– Autismo infantil: intervención logopédica; 17.– Disfonías; 18.– Disartrias; 19.– Disfemias; 20.– Afasias; 21.– Alexias-agrafias y dislexias-disgrafias; 22.– Sistemas aumentativos y alternativos de comunicación.

Perelló, J. (1990). Trastornos del habla (5a ed.). Masson.

1.– Disartrias. Concepto. Etiología. Semiología general de las disartrias. Diagnóstico. Enfermedades que cursan con disartrias. Traumatismos craneocerebrales. Tratamiento. Disártricos célebres; 2.– Disfemia. Definición. Sinonimia. Historia. Datos generales. Etiología. Patogenia. Clasificación. Sintomatología. Diagnóstico. Evaluación. Profilaxis. Tratamiento. Prevención. Miscelánea; 3.– Dislalia. Definición. Frecuencia. Clasificación. Dislalia funcional. Efectos psicológicos de las dislalias. Dislálicos célebres; 4.– Dislalia audiógena. Hipoacusia infantil. Cofolalia. Amplificación acústica. Sordera psicógena. Bilingüismo; 5.– Disglosia. Clasificación. Disglosia labial. Disglosia mandibular. Disglosia lingual. Disglosia palatina. Dislalia nasal.

Perelló, J., Guixà, J., Leal, M., i Vendrell, J. M. (1984). Audiofoniatría y logopedia: VII. Perturbaciones del lenguaje (3a ed. ren., i ampl.). Editorial Científico-Médica.

Porot, D. (1993). Les troubles du langage (3a ed.). Presses Universitaires de France.

1.– Le langage normal; 2.– Les troubles du langage acquis: l’aphasie; 3.– Autres troubles du langage; 4.– Les troubles de l’acquisition du langage; 5.– Aspects thérapeutiques et conclusion.

Porot, D. (1980). Los trastornos del lenguaje (A. Ferrer, Trad.). Oikos-Tau. (Obra original publicada el 1978)

Puyuelo, M., i Rondal, J.-A. (2003). Manual de desarrollo y alteraciones del lenguaje: aspectos evolutivos y patología en el niño y el adulto. Masson.

1.– Desarrollo del lenguaje oral; 2.– Comunicación y lenguaje. Desarrollo normal y alteraciones a lo largo del ciclo vital; 3.– Retrasos mentales; 4.– Trastornos del desarrollo fonético y fonológico; 5.– Desarrollo comunicativo-lingüístico en el niño sordo profundo; 6.– Trastorno específico del lenguaje; 7.– Desarrollo del lenguaje en inmigrantes y minorías socioculturales; 8.– Adquisición y aprendizaje de la lectoescritura: bases y alteraciones principales; 9.– Dificultades en el desarrollo del habla y del lenguaje oral en la infancia y adolescencia; 10.– Concepto y breve reseña histórica del autismo; 11.– Tartamudez; 12.– Trastornos del lenguaje en los traumatismos craneoencefálicos infantiles; 13.– Afasia infantil; 14.– Alteraciones del lenguaje y comunicación en adultos con traumatismo craneoencefálico; 15.– Disfonías; 16.– Disfonía infantil. Aspectos evolutivos y patológicos; 17.– Trastorno del habla de origen orgánico. Malformaciones labiopalatinas e insuficiencia velofaríngea; 18.. Comunicación y lenguaje en edades avanzadas.

Rondal, J.-A., i Seron, X. (Ed.). (1989). Troubles du langage (3a ed.). Pierre Mardaga.

Rondal, J.-A., i Seron, X. (Ed.). (1988). Trastornos del lenguaje (N. Pérez de Lara, Trad.). Paidós. (Obra original publicada el 1982)

Schindler, O. (1980–1983). Breviario di patologia della comunicazione. Omega.

Serra, M. (1991). Trastornos del lenguaje y de la comunicación. A M. Martín Serrano i M. Siguán (Ed.), Comunicación y lenguaje. (p. 767–812). Alhambra.

Stemmer, B., i Whitaker, H. A. (Ed.). (2008). Handbook of the neuroscience of language. Academic Press; Elsevier.

I.– Methods and techniques: 1.– Classical and contemporary assessment of aphasia and acquired disorders of language (Y. Turgeon, J. Macoir); 2.– The hypothesis testing approach to the assessment of language (L. Nickels); 3.– The Intracarotidal Amobarbital Test (Wada Test) and complementary procedures to evaluate language before epilepsy surgery (A. I. Tröster, K. R. Mohn); 4.– Architectonic language research (K. Amunts); 5.– Microgenesis of language: Vertical integration of linguistic mechanisms across the neuraxis (D. M. Tucker, G. Frishkoff, P. Luu); 6.– A brief introduction to common neuroimaging techniques (F. A. Rodden, B. Stemmer); II.– Neuroimaging of language: 7.– PET research of language (B. Horwitz, R. J. S. Wise); 8.– Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) research of language (U. Hasson, S. L. Small); 9.– Event-Related Potentials in the study of language (K. Steinhauer, J. F. Connolly); 10.– Direct electrical stimulation of language cortex (B. Gordon, K. Ledoux); 11.– Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) as a tool for studying language (K. E. Watkins, J. T. Devlin); III.– Experimental neuroscience of language and communication: 12.– Disorders of phonetics and phonology (H. W. Buckingham, S. S. Christman); 13.– Impaired morphological processing (G. Jarema); 14.– Disorders of lexis (G. Libben); 15.– Disorders of syntax (A. Beretta); 16.– The neural bases of text and discourse processing (C. A. Perfetti, G. A. Frishkoff); 17.– Neuropragmatics: Disorders and neural systems (B. Stemmer); 18.– The role of memory systems in disorders of language (M. T. Ullman); 19.– The relation of human language to human emotion (D. van Lancker Sidtis); 20.– Acquired reading and writing disorders (C. Luzzatti); 21.– Number processing (C. Semenza); 22.– Neurolinguistics computational models (B. MacWhinney, P. Li); 23.– Mirror neurons and language (M. Arbib); 24.– Lateralization of language across the life span (M. Hiscock, M. Kinsbourne); 25.– Interhemispheric interactions in the lateralized brain (J. B. Hellige); IV.– Clinical neuroscience of language: 26.– Acute aphasias (C.-W. Wallesch, C. Bartels); 27.– Language in dementia (M. Grossman); 28.– Frontal lobes and language (S. McDonald); 29.– The torque defines the four quadrants of human language circuit and the nucleus symptoms of schizofrenia identify their component functions (T. J. Crow); 30.– Stuttering and dysfluency (D. B. Rosenfield); 31.– Mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: A model for understanding the relationship between language and memory (J. I. Tracy, S. B. Boswell); 32.– Subcortical language mechanisms (S. E. Nadeau); 33.– Language and communication in multilinguals (M. Paradis); 34.– Language and communication in aging (L. K. Obler, S. Pekkala); 35.– Acquired epileptiform aphasia or Landau-Kleffner syndrome: Clinical and linguistic aspects (G. Denes); 36.– Language and communication in Williams syndrome (M. Elsabbagh); 37.– Language and communication disorders in autism and Asperger syndrome (L. Surian, M. Siegal); 38.– Spontaneous recovery of aphasia (S. F. Cappa); 39.– Therapeutic approaches in aphasia rehabilitation (L. Springer); 40.– The pharmacological treatment of aphasia (A. W. Lee, A. E. Hillis); 41.– Recovering and treatment of acquired reading disorders (A. Basso); 42.– The role of electronic devices in the rehabilitation of language disorders (B. Petheram, P. Enderby); V.– Resources: 43.– Resources in the neurosciences and language: A listing (B. Stemmer).

Susanibar, F., Marchesan, I., Guzmán, M., Dioses, A., Leal, G., Guitar, B., i Bohnen, A. J. B. (2016). Trastornos del habla: de los fundamentos a la evaluación. EOS.

1.– El habla (F. Susanibar, A. Dioses); 2.– Principios para la evaluación e intervención de los Trastornos de los Sonidos del Habla – TSH (F. Susanibar, A. Dioses, J. C. Tordera); 3.– Evaluación de los trastornos de los sonidos del habla (F. Susanibar, A. Dioses, J. Castillo); 4.– Trastornos de los Sonidos del Habla – TSH: ¿Cómo el diagnóstico basado en evidencias influye en la intervención? (I. Q. Marchesan, R. L. C. Martinelli); 5.– Fundamentos teóricos y evaluación clínica de la tartamudez en niños, adolescentes y adultos (G. Leal, B. Guitar, A. J. Bohnen); 6.– Fundamentos y evaluación de la voz (M. Guzmán); 7.– La prosodia (O. Huamaní, J. Bendezú); 8.– Acceso al léxico: fundamentos básicos y recomendaciones para su evaluación (A. Dioses, K. Pichilingue, E. F. Gonzales).

Vendrell, J. M. (1979). Una visió general dels trastorns del llenguatge. Perspectiva Escolar, 38, 2–6. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=6112796

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Ferguson, A., i Armstrong, E. (2009). Researching communication disorders. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230594340

I.– Key concepts and research issues: 1.– Paradigms and research practice; 2.– The research/practice context; II.– Practical applications of research: 2.– What are the key problems in the field?; 4.– Researching child communication disorders; 5.– Researching adult communication disorders; III.– Research projects related to communication disorders: 6.– Practical issues in planning research; 7.– Communicating research from start to finish; 8.– Project development; 9.– Programme development; IV.– Further resources: 10.– Resources for researching communication disorders.

Hedge, M. N., i Salvatore, A. P. (2021). Clinical research in communication disorders: Principles and strategies (4a ed.). Plural Publishing.

I.– Science and the scientific methods: 1.– Why study science and research methods?; 2.– An introduction to research: The formal and formative approaches; 3.– Science and its basic concepts; 4.– Treatment research; 5.– Other types of research; 6.– Observation and measurement; II.– Clinical research designs: 7.– Research designs: An introduction; 8.– The group design strategy; 9.– Single subjects designs; 10.– Statistical analysis of research data; 11.– Generality through replications; 12.– Comparative evaluation of design strategies; 13.– Designs versus paradigms in research; III.– Doing, reporting, and evaluating research: 14.– How to formulate research questions; 15.– How to write research reports; 16.– How to evaluate research reports; 17.– Ethics of research.

Irwin, D. L., Lass, N. J., Pannbacker, M., Koay, M. E. T., i Whited, J. S. (2020). Clinical research methods in speech-language pathology and audiology (3a ed.). Plural Publishing.

1.– Introduction to research; 2.– Ethics of research in speech-language pathology and audiology; 3.– Research problems; 4.– Locating, accessing, and assessing information; 5.– Literature review; 6.– Measurement; 7.– Research design and strategy; 8.– Quantitative research; 9.– Qualitative research; 10.– Multimethod research: Characteristics of multimethod research; 11.– Reporting and disseminating research; 12.– Evaluating tests and treatments; 13.– Evidence-based practice: Application of research to clinical practice; 14.– Research grants; Glossary.

Lum, C. (2002). Scientific thinking in speech and language therapy. Lawrence Erlbaum.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Science and pseudoscience; 3.– Arguments; 4.– Discovering knowledge; 5.– Scientific description and explanation; 6.– Models, hypotheses, theories, and laws; 7.– The scientific method; 8.– Chance, probability, and sampling; 9.– Describing and measuring events; 10.– Types of research; 11.– The scientific clinician; 12.– Efficacy of interventions; 13.– A clinician’s guide: Evaluating the evaluations; 14.– The art and science of intervention.

✓ Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2013). Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Linguistics, phonetics, and speech-language pathology: Clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller, M. J. Ball); 2.– Research ethics (T. W. Powell); 3.– Experimental and quasi-experimental research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (V. Mildner); 4.– The investigation of speech production: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (B. May Bernhardt, P. Bacsfalvi, M. Adler-Bock, G. Modha, B. Purves); 5.– Investigating disordered language: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (J. D. Oxley); 6.– Qualitative research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller); 7.– An ethnographic approach to assessing communication success in interactions involving adults with developmental delay (J. Guendouzi, P. S. Currie); 8.– Conversation analysis applied to disordered speech and language (S. Barnes, A. Ferguson); 9.– Clinical sociolinguistics (M. J. Ball, L. Keegan); 10.– The recording of audio and video data (B. Rutter, S. Cunningham); 11.– Data processing: Transcriptional and impressionistic methods (M. J. Ball, S. Howard, N. Müller, A. Granese); 12.– Data processing: Digital analysis of speech audio signals (M. Huckvale); 13.– Data processing: Imaging of speech data (J. Rahilly); 14.– Data analysis and interpretation: Statistical methods (E. Rossi); 15.– AphasiaBank: Data and methods (B. Macwhinney, D. Fromm, A. Holland, M. Forbes);16.– Disseminating research: Reading, writing, and publishing (S. McLeod).

Nelson, L. K. (2017). Research in communication sciences and disorders: Methods for systematic inquiry (3a ed.). Plural Publishing.

1.– Empirical and nonempirical research: An overview; 2.– Ethical considerations; 3.– Identifying and formulating research questions; 4.– Completing a literature search and a literature review; 5.– Nonexperimental research design; 6.– Experimental research and levels of evidence; 7.– Research participants and sampling; 8.– Data analysis: Describing different types of data; 9.– Data analysis: Inferential statistics; 10.– Research outcomes: Clinical guidance, research reports.

Rietveld, T. (2021). Human measurement techniques in speech and language pathology: Methods for research and clinical practice. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003053118

1.– Measuring in speech pathology; 2.– Obtaining human judgements in speech and language pathology; 3.– Assessing human judgements with statistical software; 4.– Assessing reliability in speech and language pathology; 5.– Assessment of agreement in speech and language pathology; 6.– Processing data in speech pathology with signal detection theory and paired comparisons; Appendix.– Answers to exercises. Principi

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✓ Akmajian, A., Demers, R. A., i Harnish, R. M. (1984). Lenguaje y cerebro (V. Demonte i M. Mora, Trad.). Lingüística: una introducción al lenguaje y a la comunicación (p. 351–372). Alianza. (Obra original publicada el 1979)

✓ Akmajian, A., Farmer, A. K., Bickmore, L., Demers, R. A., i Harnish, R. M. (2017). Language and the brain. Linguistics: An introduction to language and communication (7a ed., p. 503–534). The MIT Press.

Burridge, K., i Stebbins, T. N. (2020). Language, the mind and the brain. For the love of language: An introduction to linguistics (2a ed., p. 514–547). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108568753.017

Burton, S., Déchaine, R.-M., i Vatikiotis-Bateson, E. (2012). Locating language in the brain: Neurolinguistics. Linguistics for dummies (p. 277–292). John Wiley & Sons Canada.

Denham, C., i Lobeck, A. (2019). Studying language in the brain: Psycholinguistics. Why study linguistics (p. 155–177). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429444623

✓ Fromkin, V., Rodman, R., i Hyams, N. (2017). Language processing and the human brain. An introduction to language (11a ed., p. 430–478). Cengage Learning.

✓ Libben, G. (2011). Brain and language. A W. O’Grady, J. Archibald i F. Katamba (Ed.), Contemporary linguistics: An introduction (2a ed., p. 455–476). Pearson Longman.

✓ Libben, G. (2016). Brain and language. A W. O’Grady i J. Archibald (Ed.), Contemporary linguistic analysis: An introduction (8a ed., p. 418–438). Pearson Education.

✓ Libben, G. (2017). Brain and language. A W. O’Grady, J. Archibald, M. Aronoff i J. Rees-Miller (Ed.), Contemporary linguistics: An introduction (7a ed., p. 455–481). Bedford/St. Martin’s, Macmillan Learning.

✓ Marrero, V. (2009). Lenguaje, mente y cerebro. A M. V. Escandell (Coord.), El lenguaje humano (p. 305–338). Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

✓ Marrero, V., i Polo, N. (2014). Lenguaje y cognición. A M. V. Escandell (Coord.), Claves del lenguaje humano (p. 295–343). Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

Matthews, P. H. (2003). Language and the brain. Linguistics: A very short introduction (p. 113–125). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/actrade/9780192801487.003.0009

Morato, E. (2006). Neurolingüística. A F. Mussalim i A. C. Bentes (Ed.), Introdução à lingüística: domínios e fronteiras (5a ed., p. 143–170). Cortez.

Schwieter, J. W. (2021). Neurolinguistics. A J. Bruhn de Garavito i J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), Introducing linguistics: Theoretical and applied approaches (p. 535–570). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108696784.016

Trask, R. L. (1999). Language, mind and brain. Language: The basics (2a ed., p. 105–118). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203165287

✓ Ullman, M. T. (2014). Language and the brain. A R. W. Fasold i J. Connor-Linton (Ed.), An introduction to language and linguistics (2a ed., p. 249–286). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781107707511.008

Völkel, S., i Kretzschmar, F. (2021). Neurolinguistics. Introducing linguistic research (p. 229–260). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316884485.011

Weisler, S. E., i Milekic, S. (2000). Brain and language. Theory of language (p. 273–304). The MIT Press.

✓ Yule, G. (2008). El lenguaje y el cerebro (N. Bel, Trad.). A A. Benítez Burraco (Ed.), El lenguaje (3a ed. corr., i ampl., p. 161–174). Akal. (Obra original publicada el 2006)

✓ Yule, G. (2020). Language and the brain. The study of language (7a ed., p. 184–200). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108582889.013

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Ahlsén, E. (2006). Introduction to neurolinguistics. John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/z.134

1.– What is neurolinguistics?; 2.– The development of theories about brain and language; 3.– Models and frameworks in neurolinguistics today; 4.– Phonology in neurolinguistics; 5.– Morphology in neurolinguistics; 6.– Lexical semantics; 7.– The semantics and pragmatics of communicative contributions in context from a neurolinguistic perspective; 8.– Reading and writing from a neurolinguistic perspective; 9.– Neurolinguistic aspects of bilingualism; 10.– On the evolution and development of the brain, communication, and language; 11.– Multimodality in neurolinguistics; 12.– Methods of investigating the brain; 13.– Modeling the brain; 14.– Some basic concepts in neuroscience.

Bouton, C. (1984). La neurolinguistique. Presses Universitaires de France.

I.– Le capital du passé : 1.– Emergence et développement des concepts de base ; 2.– La parole perturbée; 3.– De Broca à Penfield et à Luria ; II.– La neurolinguistique : 1.– Naissance d’une réflexion neurolinguistique ; 2.– De la clinique à la théorie. Eléments d’une problématique de la démarche neurolinguistique ; 3.– Les thèmes majeurs de la réflexion neurolinguistique actuelle ; III.– Maintenant la neurolinguistique appliquée: : 1.– L’enfant au langage perturbé ; 2.– La communication perturbée chez l’adulte ; 3.– Le sujet bilingue.

Caplan, D. (1987). Neurolinguistics and linguistic aphasiology: An introduction. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511620676

1.– Issues in neurolinguistics and linguistic aphasiology; 2.– Approaches to neurolinguistics and linguistic aphasiology; 3.– The discoveries of Paul Broca: Localization of the faculty for «articulated language»; 4.– Classical connectionist models; 5.– Extensions of connectionism; 6.– Objections to connectionism; 7.– Hierarchical models; 8.– Global models; 9.– Process models; 10.– Overview of clinical aphasiology and neurolinguistics; 11.– Linguistic descriptions and aphasic syndromes; 12.– Disturbances of lexical semantic representations; 13.– Disturbances of the sound system; 14.– Acquired dyslexia; 15.– Disturbances of sentence production: agrammatism; 16.– Disturbances of sentence comprehension; 17.– Overview of linguistic aphasiology; 18.– Cerebral dominance and specialization for language; 19.– Cerebral localization for language revisited; 20.– Cerebral evoked potentials and language; 21.– Electrical stimulation of the language areas; 22.– Towards a theoretical neurophysiology of language; 23.– Overview of contemporary neurolinguistics.

Caplan, D. (1992). Introducción a la neurolingüística y al estudio de los transtornos del lenguaje (L. Eguren, Trad.). Visor. (Obra original publicada el 1987)

Caplan, D. (1988). The biological basis for language. A F. J. Newmeyer (Ed.), Linguistics: The Cambridge survey: Vol. III. Language: Psychological and biological aspects (p. 237–255). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511621062.010

Caplan, D. (1992). Las bases biológicas del lenguaje (J. Llisterri, Trad.). A F. J. Newmeyer (Ed.), Panorama de la lingüística moderna de la Universidad de Cambridge: Vol. III. El lenguaje: aspectos psicológicos y biológicos (p. 275–296). Visor. (Obra original publicada el 1988)

Costa, A. (2017). El cerebro bilingüe: la neurociencia del lenguaje. Penguin Random House.

1.– Cunas bilingües; 2.– Cerebros bilingües; 3.– De las consecuencias del uso de dos lenguas; 4.– El bilingüismo como gimnasia mental; 5.– Decisiones bilingües.

✓ Crain, S. (s. d.). Language and the brain. Linguistic Society of America. https://www.linguisticsociety.org/resource/language-and-brain

Cuetos, F. (2012). Neurociencia del lenguaje: bases neurológicas e implicaciones clínicas. Editorial Médica Panamericana.

1.– Introducción; 2.– Comprensión oral; 3.– Producción oral; 4.– Fonología; 5.– Morfología; 6.– Sintaxis; 7.– Semántica; 8.– Pragmática; 9.– Lectura; 10.– Escritura.

✓ Damasio, A. R., i Damasio, H. (1992). Brain and language. Scientific American, 267(3), 88–109. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24939216

✓ Damasio, A. R., i Damasio, H. (1996). Cerebro y lenguaje. El lenguaje humano (p. 20–28). Prensa Científica. (Obra original publicada el 1992)

Denes, G. (2011). Talking heads: The neuroscience of language (P. Venturelli Smith, Trad.). Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203131411 (Obra original publicada el 2009)

1.– Defining language; 2.– Origin and evolution of language and speech; 3.– The anatomy of language; 4.– Aphasia; 5.– The sounds of language: Production and comprehension of words; 6.– Neurological and functional architecture of the lexicon; 7.– The trains of language: Syntax and morphology; 8.– Neurological basis and functional architecture of written language; 9.– The bilingual brain; 10.– Talking hands; 11.– Language acquisition and developmental disorders.

Diéguez, F. (2019). Neuroanatomía funcional del lenguaje. Síntesis.

1.– Introducción; 2.– Estructura y fisiología celular; 3.– Anatomía del sistema nervioso central; 4.– Anatomía del sistema nervioso periférico; 5.– Protección e irrigación del sistema nervioso; 6.– Comprensión oral; 7.– Producción oral; 8.– Comprensión escrita (lectura); 9.– Producción escrita (escritura).

Diéguez, F., i Peña, J. (2012). Cerebro y lenguaje: sintomatología neurolingüística. Editorial Médica Panamericana.

I.– Introducción: conceptos generales, lingüística y afasias: 1.– Neurolingüística, afasiología y lingüística clínica: fundamentos; 2.– Breve introducción lingüística; 3.-Afasias: tipología y datos fundamentales. II.– Semiología verbal clínica: 4.– Producción oral (habla) y producción escrita (escritura); 5.– Comprensión oral (audición) y escrita (lectura); 6.– Repetición; 7.-Denominación; 8.-Prosodia.

Friederici, A. D., i Wartenburger, I. (2010). Language and brain. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 1(2), 150–159. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcs.9

Geschwind, N. (1979). Specializations of the human brain. Scientific American, 241(3), 180–201. https://www.jstor.org/stable/24965295

Geschwind, N. (1979). Especializaciones del cerebro humano (J. M. García de la Mora, Trad.). El cerebro (p. 142–153). Prensa Científica.

Geschwind, N. (1991). Specializations of the human brain. A W. S.-Y. Wang (Ed.), The emergence of language: Development and evolution (p. 72–97). W. H. Freeman. (Obra original publicada el 1979)

Geschwind, N. (1996). Especializaciones del cerebro humano. El lenguaje humano (p. 8–19). Prensa Científica. (Obra original publicada el 1979)

Hagoort, P., i Levelt, W. J. M. (2009). The speaking brain. Science, 326(5951), 372–373. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1181675

Ingram, J. C. L. (2007). Neurolinguistics: An introduction to spoken language processing and its disorders. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511618963

1.– Introduction and overview; 2.– Aspects of linguistic competence; 3.– The neuroanatomy of language; 4.– On modularity and method; 5.– The problem of speech recognition; 6.– Speech perception: Paradigms and findings; 7.– The speech recognition lexicon; 8.– Disorders of auditory processing; 9.– Morphology and the mental lexicon; 10.– Lexical semantics; 11.– Lexical semantic disorders in aphasia; 12.– Sentence comprehension and syntactic parsing; 13.– On-line processing, working memory and modularity; 14.– Agrammatism revisited; 15.– Discourse processing; 16.– Breakdown of discourse; 17.– Conclusion and prospectus.

Junqué, C., Bruna, O., i Mataró, M. (2004). Neuropsicología del lenguaje: Funcionamiento normal y patológico: Rehabilitación. Elsevier Masson.

Manning, L. (1988). Neurolingüística. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

1.– Introducción: conceptos básicos; 2.– Bases neurológicas del lenguaje (I); 3.– Bases neurológicas del lenguaje (II); 4.– Lesión cerebral y lenguaje: las afasias (I); 5.– Lesión cerebral y lenguaje: las afasias (2); 6.– Lingüística y afasia.

✓ Menn, L. (2019). Why do linguists study brains? A C. Myrick i W. Wolfram (Ed.), The five-minute linguist: Bite-sized essays on language and languages (3a ed., p. 89–92). Equinox.

Obler, L. K., i Gjerlow, K. (1999). Language and the brain. Cambridge University Press.

Obler, L. K., i Gjerlow, K. (2001). El lenguaje y el cerebro (E. Méndez i P. Tena, Trad.). Cambridge University Press. (Obra original publicada el 1999)

1.– Neurolingüística; 2.– El cerebro; 3.– Cómo sabemos lo que sabemos sobre la organización cerebral del lenguaje; 4.– Afasia: clasificación de síndromes; 5.– Afasia: lo que subyace a los síndromes; 6.– Afasia infantil y otros trastornos del lenguaje; 7.– Daños en el hemisferio derecho; 8.– La demencia; 9.– Desórdenes de la palabra escrita: dislexia y disgrafía; 10.– Bilingüismo; 11.– La organización del lenguaje; 12.– El futuro del estudio de la neurolingüística.

Rodríguez-Ferreiro, J., i Coll-Florit, M. (2013). La neurolingüística. A M. Coll-Florit (Coord.), Llenguatge, ment i cervell: una introducció a la psicolingüística i a la neurolingüística (p. 143–182). Editorial UOC.

Rodríguez-Ferreiro, J., i Coll-Florit, M. (2013). La neurolingüística. A M. Coll-Florit (Coord.), Llenguatge, ment i cervell. FUOC. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/69165

Schnelle, H. (2010). Language in the brain. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139193450

1.– The brain in functional perspective; 2.– Organization in complex organisms; 3.– Neural perspectives of semantics: Examples of seeing, acting, memorizing, meaningful understanding, feeling and thought; 4.– Combination and integration of intelligent thought and feeling; 5.– Introducing formal grammar; 6.– Grammar as life; 7.– Integrating language organization in mind and brain: The world of thinking and knowing, liking or hating other mind/brain/bodies; 8.– Dynamic language organization in stages of complexity.

Skipper, J. I., i Small, S. L. (2006). fMRI studies of language. A K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of language & linguistics (2a ed., p. 496–511). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b0-08-044854-2/02399-3

Sleeper, A. A. (2007). Speech and language. Chelsea House.

1.– Language: A uniquely human tool; 2.– Language development; 3.– The nature versus nurture debate of language; 4.– Language centers of the human brain; 5.– Subcortical regions involved in speech production; 6.– Sign languages and second languages; 7.– Language and thought; 8.– Speech disorders; 9.– Speech and language impairments resulting from brain damage; 10.– Disorders with a speech/language component. Principi

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Faust, M. (Ed.). (2012). The handbook of neuropsychology of language: Vol. 1. Language processing in the brain: Basic science. Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118432501

I.– Language and hemispheres: From single-word recognition to discourse: 1.– Individual differences in brain organization for language (C, Chiarello, S. E. Welcome, C. M. Leonard); 2.– The perceptual representation of speech in the cerebral hemispheres (H. Cohen); 3.– Mechanisms of hemispheric specialization: Insights from transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) (M. Lavidor); 4.– Understanding written words: Phonological, lexical, and contextual effects in the cerebral hemispheres (O. Peleg, Z. Eviatar); 5.– The organization of discourse in the brain: Results from the item-priming-in-recognition paradigm (D. L. Long, C. L. Johns, E. Jonathan, K. Baynes); II.– Computational modeling of language: 6- Connectionist modeling of neuropsychological deficits in semantics, language, and reading (C. E. Watson, B. C. Armstrong, D. C. Plaut); 7.– Neural network models of speech production (M. Goldrick); 8.– Word learning as the confluence of memory mechanisms: Computational and neural evidence (P. Gupta); III.– Neural correlates of language production and comprehension: 9.– Neural correlates of semantic processing in reading aloud (W. W. Graves, J. R. Binder, M. S. Seidenberg, R. H. Desai); 10.– In a word: ERPs reveal important lexical variables for visual word processing (C. Lee, K. D. Federmeier); 11.– Hemodynamic studies of syntactic processing (P. Indefrey); 12.– The neurobiology of structure-dependency in natural language grammar (M. Tettamanti, D. Perani); 13.– How does the brain establish novel meanings in language? Abstract symbol theories versus embodied theories of meaning (D. Chwilla); 14.– Motor and nonmotor language representations in the brain (N. Mashal, M. Andric, S. Small); 15.– What role does the cerebellum play in language processing? (K. A. Kellett, J. L. Stevenson, M. A. Gernsbacher); IV.– Coping with higher-level processing: The brain behind figurative and creative language: 16.– Bilateral processing and affect in creative language comprehension (H. J. Mirous, M. Beeman); 17.– Two-track mind: Formulaic and novel language support a dual-process model (D. van Lancker Sidtis); 18.– Neuropsychological and neurophysiological correlates of idiom understanding: How many hemispheres are involved? (C. Cacciari, C. Papagno); 19.– Cognitive neuroscience of creative language: The poetic and the prosaic (S. Coulson, T. S. Davenport); 20.– The brain behind nonliteral language: Insights from brain imaging (A. M. Rapp); 21.– Thinking outside the left box: The role of the right hemisphere in novel metaphor comprehension (M. Faust); V.– The multilingual brain: 22.– Word recognition in the bilingual brain (T. Dijkstra, W. J. B. van Heuven); 23.– Vocabulary learning in bilingual first-language acquisition and late second-language learning (A. M. B. de Groot); 24.– What ERPs tell us about bilingual language processing (J. F. Kroll, T. Guo, M. Misra); 25.– How the brain acquires, processes, and controls a second language (J. Abutalebi, P. A. Della Rosa).

Faust, M. (Ed.). (2012). The handbook of neuropsychology of language: Vol. 2. Language processing in the brain: Clinical populations. Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118432501

I.– Neuropsychology of language: Methods and paradigms: 26.– Potentials and paradigms: Event-related brain potentials and neuropsychology (M. Kutas, M. Kiang, K. Sweeney); 27.– What the speaking brain tells us about functional imaging (J. J. Sidtis); 28.– Uncovering the neural substrates of language: A voxel-based lesion–symptom mapping approach (J. V. Baldo, S. M. Wilson, N. F. Dronkers); 29.– Analytic methods for single subject and small sample aphasia research: Some illustrations and a discussion (H. Brownell, K. J. Hoyte, T. Piquado, A. Wingfield); 30.– Verbal fluency tasks and the neuropsychology of language (S. Pekkala); II.– Neuropsychology of language: Language loss: 31.– The acquisition, retention, and loss of vocabulary in aphasia, dementia, and other neuropsychological conditions (A. W. Ellis); 32.– Computational neuropsychology of language: Language processing and its breakdown in aphasia (S. R. Welbourne); 33.– Transcranial magnetic stimulation and aphasia research (M. A. Naeser, P. I. Martin, M. Ho, E. Treglia, E. Kaplan, E. H. Baker, A. Pascual-Leone); 34.– Longitudinal study of recovery from aphasia: The case of lexical retrieval (P. Marinaro Fitzpatrick, L. K. Obler, A. Spiro III, L. Tabor Connor); 35.– Multiple languages in the adult brain (M. Goral); 36.– Clinical neurolinguistics of bilingualism (A. Marini, C. Urgesi, F. Fabbro); 37.– Sentence comprehension in healthy and brain-damaged populations (S. A. Kotz, K. Rothermich, M. Schmidt-Kassow); 38.– The neural basis for aging effects on language (D. M. Burke, E. R. Graham); III.– Neuropsychology of language: Developmental language disorders: 39.– Neuropsychological and neuroimaging aspects of developmental language disorders (M. Semrud-Clikeman, J. Bledsoe); 40.– Specific Language Impairment: Processing deficits in linguistic, cognitive, and sensory domains (L. B. Leonard, C. Weber-Fox); 41.– The neurobiology of Specific Language Impairment (R. G. Schwartz, V. L. Shafer); 42.– Dyslexia: The brain bases of reading impairments (I. Kovelman, J. A. Christodoulou, J. D. E. Gabrieli); 43.– Acquired and developmental disorders of reading and spelling (M. Coltheart, S. Kohnen); 44.– The role of anchoring in auditory and speech perception in the general and dyslexic populations (K. Banai, M. Ahissar); 45.– The neurobiological basis of dyslexia: The magnocellular theory (J. Stein); 46.– Word retrieval in developmental language impairments: Application of the tip-of-the-tongue paradigm (K. Borodkin, M. Faust).

Stemmer, B., i Whitaker, H. A. (2008). Handbook of the neuroscience of language. Academic Press.

I.– Methods and techniques: 1.– Classical and contemporary assessment of aphasia and acquired disorders of language (Y. Turgeon, J. Macoir); 2.– The hypothesis testing approach to the assessment of language (L. Nickels); 3.– The Intracarotidal Amobarbital Test (Wada Test) and complementary procedures to evaluate language before epilepsy surgery (A. I. Tröster, K. R. Mohn); 4.– Architectonic language research (K. Amunts); 5.– Microgenesis of language: Vertical integration of linguistic mechanisms across the neuraxis (D. M. Tucker, G. Frishkoff, P. Luu); 6.– A brief introduction to common neuroimaging techniques (F. A. Rodden, B. Stemmer); II.– Neuroimaging of language: 7.– PET research of language (B. Horwitz, R. J. S. Wise); 8.– Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) research of language (U. Hasson, S. L. Small); 9.– Event-Related Potentials in the study of language (K. Steinhauer, J. F. Connolly); 10.– Direct electrical stimulation of language cortex (B. Gordon, K. Ledoux); 11.– Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) as a tool for studying language (K. E. Watkins, J. T. Devlin); III.– Experimental neuroscience of language and communication: 12.– Disorders of phonetics and phonology (H. W. Buckingham, S. S. Christman); 13.– Impaired morphological processing (G. Jarema); 14.– Disorders of lexis (G. Libben); 15.– Disorders of syntax (A. Beretta); 16.– The neural bases of text and discourse processing (C. A. Perfetti, G. A. Frishkoff); 17.– Neuropragmatics: Disorders and neural systems (B. Stemmer); 18.– The role of memory systems in disorders of language (M. T. Ullman); 19.– The relation of human language to human emotion (D. van Lancker Sidtis); 20.– Acquired reading and writing disorders (C. Luzzatti); 21.– Number processing (C. Semenza); 22.– Neurolinguistics computational models (B. MacWhinney, P. Li); 23.– Mirror neurons and language (M. Arbib); 24.– Lateralization of language across the life span (M. Hiscock, M. Kinsbourne); 25.– Interhemispheric interactions in the lateralized brain (J. B. Hellige); IV.– Clinical neuroscience of language: 26.– Acute aphasias (C.-W. Wallesch, C. Bartels); 27.– Language in dementia (M. Grossman); 28.– Frontal lobes and language (S. McDonald); 29.– The torque defines the four quadrants of human language circuit and the nucleus symptoms of schizofrenia identify their component functions (T. J. Crow); 30.– Stuttering and dysfluency (D. B. Rosenfield); 31.– Mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: A model for understanding the relationship between language and memory (J. I. Tracy, S. B. Boswell); 32.– Subcortical language mechanisms (S. E. Nadeau); 33.– Language and communication in multilinguals (M. Paradis); 34.– Language and communication in aging (L. K. Obler, S. Pekkala); 35.– Acquired epileptiform aphasia or Landau-Kleffner syndrome: Clinical and linguistic aspects (G. Denes); 36.– Language and communication in Williams syndrome (M. Elsabbagh); 37.– Language and communication disorders in autism and Asperger syndrome (L. Surian, M. Siegal); 38.– Spontaneous recovery of aphasia (S. F. Cappa); 39.– Therapeutic approaches in aphasia rehabilitation (L. Springer); 40.– The pharmacological treatment of aphasia (A. W. Lee, A. E. Hillis); 41.– Recovering and treatment of acquired reading disorders (A. Basso); 42.– The role of electronic devices in the rehabilitation of language disorders (B. Petheram, P. Enderby); V.– Resources: 43.– Resources in the neurosciences and language: A listing (B. Stemmer).

Whitaker, H. A. (Ed.). (2010). Concise encyclopedia of brain and language. Elsevier.

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✓ Akmajian, A., Farmer, A. K., Bickmore, L., Demers, R. A., i Harnish, R. M. (2017). Psychology of language: Speech production and comprehension. Linguistics: An introduction to language and communication (7a ed., p. 403–458). The MIT Press.

Balieiro, A. P. (2006). Psicolingüística. A F. Mussalim i A. C. Bentes (Ed.), Introdução à lingüística: domínios e fronteiras (5a ed., p. 171–202). Cortez.

Burridge, K., i Stebbins, T. N. (2020). Language, the mind and the brain. For the love of language: An introduction to linguistics (2a ed., p. 514–547). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108568753.017

Denham, C., i Lobeck, A. (2019). Studying language in the brain: Psycholinguistics. Why study linguistics (p. 155–177). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429444623

✓ Fromkin, V., Rodman, R., i Hyams, N. (2017). Language processing and the human brain. An introduction to language (11a ed., p. 430–478). Cengage Learning.

✓ Libben, G. (2011). Psycholinguistics: The study of language processing. A W. O’Grady, J. Archibald i F. Katamba (Ed.), Contemporary linguistics: An introduction (2a ed., p. 428–454). Pearson Longman.

✓ Libben, G. (2016). Psycholinguistics: The study of language processing. A W. O’Grady i J. Archibald (Ed.), Contemporary linguistic analysis: An introduction (8a ed., p. 391–417). Pearson Education.

✓ Libben, G. (2017). Psycholinguistics: The study of language processing. A W. O’Grady, J. Archibald, M. Aronoff i J. Rees-Miller (Ed.), Contemporary linguistics: An introduction (7a ed., p. 425–454). Bedford/St. Martin’s, Macmillan Learning.

López García, Á. (2000). Psicolingüística. A F. Ramallo, G. Rei-Doval i X. P. Rodríguez Yáñez (Ed.), Manual de ciencias da linguaxe (p. 307–342). Xerais.

✓ Marrero, V. (2009). Lenguaje, mente y cerebro. A M. V. Escandell (Coord.), El lenguaje humano (p. 305–338). Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

✓ Marrero, V., i Polo, N. (2014). Lenguaje y cognición. A M. V. Escandell (Coord.), Claves del lenguaje humano (p. 295–343). Editorial Universitaria Ramón Areces.

McGregor, W. B. (2015). Psycholinguistics: Language, the mind and the brain. Linguistics: An introduction (2a ed., p. 203–228). Bloomsbury. https://www.bloomsburyonlineresources.com/mcgregor-2e?pid=220626

Roberts, I. (2017). How to lose a language and how to learn a language: Psycholinguistics. The wonders of language: Or how to make noises and influence people (p. 151–168). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316576595.010

Schwieter, J. W. (2021). Psycholinguistics. A J. Bruhn de Garavito i J. W. Schwieter (Ed.), Introducing linguistics: Theoretical and applied approaches (p. 499–570). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108696784.015

Trask, R. L. (1999). Language, mind and brain. Language: The basics (2a ed., p. 105–118). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203165287

Völkel, S., i Kretzschmar, F. (2021). Cognitive linguistics and psycholinguistics. Introducing linguistic research (p. 195–228). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316884485.010

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Aitchison, J. (1992) Introducing language and mind. Penguin Books.

Aitchison, J. (2007). The articulate mammal: An introduction to psycholinguistics (5a ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203934715

1.– The great automatic grammatizator; 2.– Animals that try to talk; 3.– Grandmama’s teeth; 4.– Predestinate grooves; 5.– A blueprint in the brain?; 6.– Chattering children; 7.– Puzzling it out; 8.– Celestial unintelligibility; 9.– The white elephant problem; 10.– The case of the missing fingerprint; 11.– The Cheshire Cat’s grin; 12.– Banker’s clerk or hippopotamus?

Anderson, A. H. (2006). Psycholinguistics: Overview. A K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of language & linguistics (2a ed., p. 265–275). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b0-08-044854-2/00788-4

Anula, A. (2002). El abecé de la psicolingüística (2a ed.). Arco/Libros.

1.– Fundamentos de psicolingüística; 2.– La adquisición del lenguaje; 3.– El procesamiento del lenguaje.

Byrd, D., i Mintz, T. H. (2010). Discovering speech, words and mind. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Human language as a scientific phenomenon; 2.– Speaking, sound, and hearing; 3.– Phonetic diversity in the world’s languages and diversity among dialects of English; 4.– Introduction to experimental design; 5.– Speech perception; 6.– Word recognition; 7.– Phonological units and phonological patterning; 8.– Word form and function; 9.– Sign languages; 10.– Language and the brain; 11.– Language, speech, and hearing disorders; 12.– Reading and dyslexia.

Clark, H. H., i Clark, E. V. (1977). Psychology and language: An introduction to psycholinguistics. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

1.– The nature of language; 2.– Comprehension of sentences; 3.– Utilization of sentences; 4.– Memory for prose; 5.– Perception of speech; 6.– Plans for what to say; 7.– Execution of speech plans; 8.– First steps in the child’s language; 9.– Later growth in the child’s language; 10.– First sounds in the child’s language; 11.– The representation of meaning; 12.– Uses of meaning; 13.– Meaning in the child’s language; 14.– Language and thought.

Coll-Florit, M. (2013). La psicolingüística. A M. Coll-Florit (Coord.), Llenguatge, ment i cervell: una introducció a la psicolingüística i a la neurolingüística. Editorial UOC.

Coll-Florit, M. (2013). La psicolingüística. A M. Coll-Florit (Coord.), Llenguatge, ment i cervell. FUOC. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/69165

Fernández, E. M., i Smith Cairns, H. (2010). Fundamentals of psycholinguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Beginning concepts; 2.– The nature of linguistic competence; 3.– The biological basis of language; 4.– The acquisition of language; 5.– The speaker: Producing speech; 6.– The hearer: Speech perception and lexical access; 7.– The hearer: Structural processing; 8.– Remembering sentences, processing discourse and having conversations; Appendix: Experimental designs in psycholinguistics.

Field, J. (2003). Psycholinguistics: A resource book for students. Routledge.

A.– Introduction: Key concepts in pyscholinguistics; B.– Development: Data; C.– Exploration: Analysis and reflection; D.– Extension: Psycholinguistic readings; Material for activities; Further reading; References; Glossary.

Field, J. (2004). Psycholinguistics: The key concepts. Routledge.

Garman, M. (1990). Psycholinguistics. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139165914

I.– Elements of psycholinguistics. 1.– Characteristics of the language signal; 2.– The biological foundations of language; 3.– Sources of evidence for the language system; II.– Processes and models. 4.– Processing the language signal; 5.– Accessing the mental lexicon; 6.– Understanding utterances; 7.– Producing utterances; 8.– Impairment of processing.

Keller, E. (1985) Introduction aux systèmes psycholinguistiques.Gaëtan Morin.

1.– Introduction; I.– La méthodologie psycholinguistique. 2.– La méthodologie de la recherche en psycholinguistique; 3.– L’expérimentation psycholinguistique; 4.– Les analyses statistiques et la procédure expérimentale; II.– Les processus psycholinguistiques. 5.– La nature du langage; 6.– La production du langage; 7.– La réception du langage; 8.– Le langage et le cerveau; 9.– Les aspects psycholinguistiques de la communication; III.– Le développement du langage. 10.– L’acquisition de la langue maternelle; 11.– L’acquisition d’une langue seconde.

List, G. (1977). Introducción a la psicolingüística (J. Morales, Trad.). Gredos. (Obra original publicada el 1972)

López García, Á. (1988). Psicolingüística. Síntesis.

1.– Fundamentos biológicos del lenguaje; 2.– El lenguaje infantil; 3.– El aprendizaje de la conducta verbal; 4.– La comprensión y la producción de los enunciados lingüísticos; 5.– El almacenamiento de la información lingüística; 6.– El bilingüismo; 7.– Las patologías del lenguaje; 8.– La psicología lingüística y la lingüística psicológica; 9.– Mundo verbal, mundo mental, mundo real; 10.– La psicolingüística del futuro y el futuro de la psicolingüística.

Menn, L. (2017). Psycholinguistics: Introduction and applications (2a ed.). Plural Publishing.

1.– Basic linguistics: How to describe language use and language knowledge; 2.– Brains and language; 3.– Normal speech errors and how they happen: I. From idea to word; 4.– Normal speech errors and how they happen: II. Saying words and sounds in the right order; 5.– Experimental studies of normal language production and comprehension: An introduction to experimental methods in psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics; 6.– Analyzing aphasic speech and communication: The psycholinguistics of adult acquired language disorders; 7.– Developmental psycholinguistics: Studies of first language acquisition; 8.– The psycholinguistics of reading and learning to read; 9.– First and second language acquisition: A psycholinguistic approach to their similarities and differences; 10.– Using psycholinguistics in testing, teaching and therapy.

Scovel, T. (1998). Psycholinguistics. Oxford University Press.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Acquisition: When I was a child, I spoke as a child; 3.– Production: Putting words in one’s mouth; 4.– Comprehension: Understanding what we hear and read; 5.– Dissolution: Language loss.

Serra, M. (2013). Comunicación y lenguaje. La nueva neuropsicología cognitiva, I. Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona.

1.– Los ámbitos de la comunicación y el lenguaje en la psicología: puntos de partida y nociones básicas; 2.– Comunicación y lenguaje; 3.– Principios sociales y cognitivos de la comunicación; 4.– La información y su encorporación: percepción y acción, representación y uso; 5.– El lenguaje, sus componentes e interfaces; 6.– La evolución de la cultura, el lenguaje y el pensamiento; 7.– Neurobiología y lenguage.

Serra, M. (2013). Comunicación y lenguaje. La nueva neuropsicología cognitiva, II. Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona.

8.– La realidad psicológica de la fonología: física, fonética y percepción del habla; 9.– Las palabras para el pensar y el hablar; 10.– La oración simple como expresión de estados y acciones; 11.– La oración compuesta y el discurso como expresión de hechos y narraciones; 12.– La comprensión del lenguaje; 13.– La producción del lenguaje; 14.– La lectura y la escritura; 15.– El bilingüismo.

Slama-Cazacu, T. (1972) La psycholinguistique: lectures.Kliencksieck.

Slobin, D. I. (1971). Psycholinguistics. Scott, Foresman.

Slobin, D. I. (1987). Introducción a la psicolingüística (G. Ánfora de Ford, Trad.). Paidós. (Obra original publicada el 1971)

Soler, O. (Coord.). (2003). Psicologia del llenguatge. Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. http://hdl.handle.net/10609/52401

1.– La psicolingüística (O. Soler); 2.– La percepció del llenguatge (J. Demestre, J. Llisterri, M. Riera, O. Soler); 3.– Pragmàtica i discurs (M. Sanz, E. Serrat); 4.– Producció del llenguatge (A. Costa); 5.– L’adquisició del llenguatge (M. Aparici); 6.– Llenguatge i cognició (E. Serrat, O. Soler).

Soler, O. (Coord.). (2006). Psicologia del llenguatge. Editorial UOC.

1.– La psicolingüística (O. Soler); 2.– La percepció del llenguatge (J. Demestre, J. Llisterri, M. Riera, O. Soler); 3.– Pragmàtica i discurs (M. Sanz, E. Serrat); 4.– Producció del llenguatge (A. Costa); 5.– L’adquisició del llenguatge (M. Aparici); 6.– Llenguatge i cognició (E. Serrat, O. Soler).

Steinberg, D. D. (1993). An introduction to psycholinguistics. Pearson Longman.

I.– First language. 1.– How children learn language; 2.– Animals and language; 3.– Wild children and language; 4.– Sign language, written language and the deaf; II.– Language and mind. 5.– Mental grammar; 6.– Sentence processing and psychological reality; 7.– Language: From intelligence or innate ideas?; 8.– Language, thought and culture; 9.– Language and the brain; III.– Second language. 10.– Children vs adults in second-language acquisition; 11.– Second-language teaching; 12.– Bilingualism and cognition.

Steinberg, D. D., i Sciarini, N. V. (2006). An introduction to psycholinguistics (2a ed.). Pearson Longman.

1.– First language learning by children; 2.– The deaf and language: Sign, oral, written; 3.– Children raised in the wild and isolation; 4.– Reading: Fundamental principles and teaching; 5.– Animals and language learning; 6.– The need for a theory of grammar; 7.– Current theories of grammar and speech processing; 8.– Relationship of language to thought and culture; 9.– Origin of language knowledge; 10.– Language and the brain; 11.– Second language acquisition; 12.– Teaching methods and bilingualism.

Traxler, M. J. K. (2011). Introduction to psycholinguistics: Understanding language science. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– An introduction to language science; 2.– Speech production and comprehension; 3.– Word processing; 4.– Sentence processing; 5.– Discourse processing; 6.– Reference; 7.– Non-literal language processing; 8.– Dialogue; 9.– Language development in infancy and early childhood; 10.– Reading; 11.– Bilingual language processing; 12.– Sign language; 13.– Aphasia; 14.– Right-hemisphere language function.

Valle, F, (1991) Psicolingüística. Morata.

1.– Introducción; 2.– Comprensión; 3.– Producción del lenguaje; 4.– Neuropsicología cognitiva del lenguaje. Principi

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Fernández, E. M., i Smith Cairns, H. (Ed.). (2018). The handbook of psycholinguistics. Wiley Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118829516

I.– Production. 1.– Overview (F. Ferreira); 2.– Syntactic encoding: Novel insights into the relationship between grammar and processing (J. Franck); 3.– Signal reduction and linguistic encoding (T. Florian Jaeger, E. Buz); 4.– Production in bilingual and multilingual speakers (D. Paolieri, L. Morales, T. Bajo); 5.– Production of signed utterances (R. W. Wilbur); 6.– Parity and disparity in conversational interaction (J. S. Pardo); 7.– Models linking production and comprehension (C. Gambi, M. J. Pickering); II.– Comprehension. 8.– Overview (E. M. Fernández, H. Smith Cairns); 9.– Speech perception: Research, theory, and clinical application (D. B. Pisoni); 10.– Cross-language and second language speech perception (O.-S. Bohn); 11.– Models of lexical access and morphological processing (P. Milin, E. Smolka, L. B. Feldman); 12.– Orthography, word recognition and reading (D. Braze, T. Gong); 13.– The bilingual lexicon (J. F. Kroll, F. Ma); 14.– Sentence processing and interpretation in monolinguals and bilinguals: Classical and contemporary approaches (M. J. Traxler, L. J. Hoversten, T. A. Brothers); 15.– The comprehension of anaphora and verb agreement (J. L. Nicol, A. Barss); 16.– Prosody in sentence processing (E. Pratt); 17.– Semantic-pragmatic processing (P. B. Schumacher); 18.– Comprehension in older adult populations: Healthy aging, aphasia, and dementia (J. M. J. Vonk, E. Higby, L. K. Obler); 19.– Neurolinguistic studies of sentence comprehension (M. A. Skeide, A. D. Friederici); III.– Acquisition. 20.– Overview (V. Valian); 21.– Speech perception in infants: Propagating the effects of language experience (C. T. Best); 22.– Children’s performance abilities: Language production (C. McKee, D. McDaniel, M. F. Garrett); 23.– Language comprehension in monolingual and bilingual children (K. Byers-Heinlein, C. Lew-Williams); 24.– Names for things• and actions and events: Following in the footsteps of Roger Brown (D. Levine, K. Strother-Garcia, K. Hirsh-Pasek, R. Michnick Golinkoff); 25.– The acquisition of morphology (K. Ud Deen); 26.– The acquisition of syntax (N. Hyams, R. Orfitelli); 27.– Social interaction and language acquisition: Toward a neurobiological view (S. Roseberry Lytle, P. K. Kuhl); 28.– Bilingual acquisition: A morphosyntactic perspective on simultaneous and early successive language development (J. M. Meisel); 29.– The development of morphosyntax in child and adult second language acquisition (G. Martohardjono, E. C. Klein); 30.– Signed language acquisition: Input (J. Kegl).

Spivey, M. J., McRae, K., i Joanisse, M. F. (Ed.). (2012). The Cambridge handbook of psycholinguistics. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139029377

I.– Speech perception: 1.– Speech perception (C. A. Fowler, J. S. Magnuson); 2.– Neural bases of speech perception - Phonology, streams, and auditory word forms (S. Scott); 3.– Learning the sounds of language (J. R. Saffran, S. D. Shani); II.– Spoken word recognition: 4.– Current directions in research in spoken word recognition (A. G. Samuel, M. Sumner); 5.– Computational models of spoken word recognition (J. S. Magnuson, D. Mirman, H. D. Harris); 6.– Finding the words: How young children develop skill in interpreting spoken language (A. Fernald, M. Frank); 7.– Event-related potentials and magnetic fields associated with spoken word recognition (R. L. Newman, K. Forbes, J. F. Connolly); III.– Written word recognition: 8.– Visual word recognition in skilled adult readers (M. J. Cortese, D. A. Balota); 9.– Computational models of reading: Connectionist and dual-route approaches (M. S. Seidenberg); 10.– Decoding, orthographic learning, and the development of visual word recognition (K. Nation); 11.– How does the brain read words? (R. Sandak, S. J. Frost, J. G. Rueckl, N. Landi, W. Einar Mencl, L. Katz, K. R. Pugh); IV.– Semantic memory: 12.– The human conceptual system (L. W. Barsalou); 13.– Computational models of semantic memory (G. S. Cree, B. C. Armstrong); 14.– Developing categories and concepts (L. B. Smith, E. Colunga); V.– Morphological processing: 15.– Derivational morphology and skilled reading: An empirical overview (K. Diependaele, J. Grainger, D. Sandra); 16.– The neural basis of morphology: A tale of two mechanisms? (A. Woollams, K. Patterson); VI.– Sentence comprehension: 17.– Individual differences in sentence processing (T. A. Farmer, J. B. Misyak, M. H. Christiansen); 18.– The neurobiology of sentence comprehension (L. Osterhout, A. Kim, G. R. Kuperberg); 19.– Computational and corpus models of human sentence comprehension (D. Roland, M. Hare); VII.– Sentence production: 20.– Research in language production (Z. M. Griffin, C. M. Crew); 21.– Language production: Computational models (G. S. Dell, J. Cholin); 22.– Language production: Patients and imaging research (G. Vigliocco, D. Tranel, J. Druks); VIII.– Figurative language: 23.– Figurative language: Normal adult cognitive research (R. W. Gibbs Jr., N. L. Wilson, G. A. Bryant); 24.– Computational approaches to figurative language (B. Loenneker-Rodman, S. Narayanan); 25.– The development of figurative language (C. Cacciari, R. Padovani); 26.– Cognitive neuroscience of figurative language (S. Coulson); IX.– Discourse and conversation: 27.– Spoken discourse and its emergence (H. H. Clark); 28.– Computational modeling of discourse and conversation (A. C. Graesser, D. S. MacNamara, V. Rus); 29.– Children, conversation, and acquisition (E. V. Clark); 30.– The electrophysiology of discourse and conversation (J. J. A. Van Berkum); X.– Language and thought: 31.– How the languages we speak shape the ways we think: The FAQs (L. Boroditsky); 32.– Computational approaches to language and thought (T. Regier); 33.– Language and cognition in development (S. Christie, D. Gentner); 34.– Language, thought, and• brain? (M. González-Márquez).

Traxler, M. J., i Gernsbacher, M. A. (Ed.). (2006). Handbook of psycholinguistics (2a ed.). Academic Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-369374-7.X5000-7

1.– Observations on the past and future of psycholinguistics (A. Garham, S. Garrod, A. Sanford); I.– Language production. 2.– Properties of spoken language production (Z. M. Griffin, V. S. Ferreira); 3.– Syntax and production (F. Ferreira, P. E. Engelhardt); 4.– Speech disorders (G. Weismer); 5.– Functional neuroimaging of speech production (T. A. Zeffiro, J. L. Frymiare); II.– Language comprehension. 6.– Speech perception within a biologically realistic information-theoretic framework (K. R. Kluender, M. Kiefte); 7.– The perception of speech (J. S. Pardo, R. E. Remez); 8.– Spoken word recognition (D. Dahan, J. S. Magnuson); 9.– Visual word recognition: The journey from features to meaning (A travel update) (D. A. Balora, K. J. Yap, M. J. Cortese); 10.– Lexical processing and sentence context effects (R. K. Morris); 11.– Semantic memory (B. A. Ober, G. K. Shenaut); 12.– Syntactic parsing (M. J. Pickering, R. P. G. van Gompel); 13.– Prosody (S. Speer, A. Blodgett); 14.– The syntax-semantic interface: On-line composition of sentence meaning (L. Pylkkänen, B. McElree); 15.– Constraint satisfaction accounts of lexical and sentence comprehension (M. C. MacDonald, M. S. Seidenberg); 16.– Eye-movement control in reading (K. Rayner, A. Pollatsek); 17.– Psycholinguistics electrified II (1994-2005) (M. Kutas, C. K. van Petten, R. Kluender); 18.– Discourse comprehension (R. A. Zwaan, D. N. Rapp); 19.– Neuorimaging contributions to the understanding of discourse processes (R. A. Mason, M. A. Just); 20.– Comprehension ability in mature readers (D. L. Long, C. L. Johns, P. E. Morris); 21.– Figurative language (R. W. Gibbs Jr, H. L. Colston); 22.– Eye movements and spoken language comprehension (M. K. Tanenhaus, J. C. Trueswell); 23.– Perspective taking and the coordination of meaning in language use (D. J. Barr, B. Keysar); 24.– Comprehension disorders in aphasia: The case of sentences that require syntactic analysis (D. Caplan, G. Waters); 25.– Language processing in bilingual speakers (A. I. Schwartz, J. F. Kroll); 26.– Psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics perspectives of sign languages (D. P. Corina, H. P. Knapp); III.– Language development. 27.– Language learning in infancy (A. Fernald, V. A. Marchman); 28.– Acquisition of syntax and semantics (S. Crain, R. Thornton); 29.– Learning to read (R. K. Wagner, S. B. Piasta, J. K. Torgesen); 30.– Cognitive and linguistic issues in the study of children with Specific Language Impairment (L. B. Leonard, P. Deevy). Principi

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Ball, M. J., Perkins, M. R., Müller, N., i Howard, S. (Ed.). (2008). The handbook of clinical linguistics. Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007

I.– Pragmatics, discourse, and sociolinguistics: 1.– Discourse analysis and communication impairment (N. Müller, J. A. Guendouzi, B. Wilson); 2.– Conversational implicature and communication impairment (E. Ahlsén); 3.– Relevance theory and communication disorders (E. Leinonen, N. Ryder); 4.– Neuropragmatics (B. Stemmer); 5.– Pragmatic impairment as an emergent phenomenon (M. R. Perkins); 6.– Conversation analysis and communication disorders (R. Wilkinson); 7.– Clinical sociolinguistics (J. S. Damico, M. J. Ball); 8.– Systemic functional linguistics and communication impairment (A. Ferguson, J. Thomson); 9.– Cross-linguistic and multilingual perspectives on communicative competence and communication impairment: pragmatics, discourse, and sociolinguistics (Z. Hua, L. Wei); II.– Syntax and semantics: 10.– Chomskyan syntactic theory and language disorders (H. Clahsen); 11.– Formulaic sequences and language disorder (A. Wray); 12.– Syntactic processing in developmental and acquired language disorders (T. Marinis); 13.– Morphology and language disorder (M. Penke); 14.– Normal and pathological semantic processing of words (K. Kahlaoui, Y. Joanette); 15.– Neural correlates of normal and pathological language processing (S. Frisch, S. A. Kotz, A. D. Friederici); 16.– Bilingualism and language impairment (J. de Jong); 17.– Cross-linguistic perspectives on the syntax and semantics of language disorders (M. Crago, J. Paradis, L. Menn); 18.– Interfaces between cognition, semantics, and syntax (M. Black, S. Chiat); III.– Phonetics and phonology: 19.– Instrumental analysis of articulation in speech impairment (F. E. Gibbon); 20.– Instrumental analysis of resonance in speech impairment (T. L. Whitehill, A. S.-Y. Lee); 21.– Instrumental analysis of phonation (S. N. Awan); 22.– Acoustic analysis of speech (R. D. Kent, Y. Kim); 23.– Clinical phonetic transcription (B. Heselwood, S. Howard); 24.– Comparisons in perception between speech and nonspeech signals (T. Bent, D. B. Pisoni); 25.– Phonological analysis, phonological processes (A. W. Miccio, S. E. Scarpino); 26.– Constraints-based nonlinear phonological theories: Application and implications (B. M. H. Bernhardt, J. P. Stemberger); 27.– Optimality theory: A clinical perspective (D. A. Dinnsen, J. A. Gierut); 28.– Government phonology and speech impairment (M. J. Ball); 29.– Articulatory phonology and speech impairment (P. H. H. M. van Lieshout, L. M. Goldstein); 30.– A cognitive approach to clinical phonology (A. Vogel Sosa, J. L. Bybee); 31.– Neurophonetics (W. Ziegler); 32.– Coarticulation and speech impairment (B. Hardcastle, K. Tjaden); 33.– Vowel development and disorders (C. Stoel-Gammon, K. Pollock); 34.– Prosodic impairments (B. Wells, S. Whiteside); 35.– Speech intelligibility (G. Weismer); 36.– Connected speech (S. Howard, B. Wells, J. Local); 37.– Sociophonetics and clinical linguistics (G. Docherty, G. Khattab); 38.– Cross-linguistic phonological acquisition (D. Ingram).

Black, M., i Chiat, S. (2003). Linguistics for clinicians: A practical introduction. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203764039

1.– Guide to this book; 2.– Meaning and form in language processing; 3.– Syntactic categories; 4.– Hierarchical structure; 5.– Representing structure; 6.– The syntactic shape of sentences; 7.– Shaping situations: making them dynamic or static; 8.– Shaping situations: Making the focus narrow or wide; 9.– Shaping situations: Selecting participants; 10.– Shaping situations: Foregrounding participants; 11.– The auxiliary system; 12.– Tense and aspect; 13.– Modality; 14.– The phonological shape of sentences; 15.– Conclusion.

Castro Torres, J. A. (Ed.). (2018). Introducción a la lingüística clínica: aproximaciones a los trastornos de la comunicación. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial. https://repositorio.pucp.edu.pe/index/handle/123456789/173118

I.– Aporte de la lingüística al estudio del lenguaje y sus trastornos: 1.– El lenguaje para los lingüistas (J. I. Pérez Silva); 2.– Subsistemas del lenguaje (P. Cépeda); 3.– Fonética (P. Pinillos); 4.– Semántica y pragmática (Ó. Hidalgo); 5.– Aproximaciones históricas de la disciplina fonoaudiológica en el Perú y en Latinoamérica (M. Sandoval); 6.– El lenguaje para los fonoaudiólogos (I. Wettling); 7.– Los trastornos del lenguaje y el quehacer fonoaudiológico (S. Manrique, I. Wettling); 8.– Lingüística clínica (J. A. Castro); 9.– Labor del lingüista en el estudio de los trastornos del lenguaje (M. M. Pavez); II.– Desarrollo del lenguaje y sus trastornos: 1.– Audición (B. Meléndez, E. Tamashiro, M. Albán); 2.– Bases neurobiológicas del lenguaje: consideraciones generales (M. Maggiolo); 3.– Adquisición y desarrollo del lenguaje (Z. Chávez); 4.– Lenguaje oral y sus trastornos (I. Wettling); 5.– Evaluación e intervención de los trastornos del lenguaje oral (A. Gastañeta, J. Villena, S. Manrique, V. Ortiz de Orué); 6.– Lenguaje escrito y sus trastornos (J. Cannock); 7.– Evaluación e intervención de los trastornos del lenguaje escrito (M. E. Stuva, P. Xavier); 8.– Trastornos del lenguaje y del proceso comunicativo en el adulto (J. Rado, R. Trujillo); 9.– Motricidad orofacial, trastornos de la voz y alteraciones de la fluencia (L. Fernández, C. Fournier, M. Tsuda, M. Harm, M. Paredes); III.– Estudios interdisciplinarios del lenguaje: 1.– Lenguaje y cognición (I. Wettling); 2.– Nociones básicas sobre la realidad lingüística del Perú para fonoaudiólogos (J. A. Castro).

Crystal, D. (1981). Clinical linguistics. Springer-Verlag Wien. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-4001-7

1.– The scope of clinical linguistics; 2.– Segmental phonology; 3.– Non-segmental phonology; 4.– Grammar; 5.– Semantics; 6.– Diagnosis and management.

Cummings, L. (2008). Clinical linguistics. Edinburgh University Press.

1.– The scope of clinical linguistics; 2.– Disorders of the pre- and perinatal period; 3.– Disorders of cognitive development; 4.– Disorders of speech and language development; 5.– Acquired communication and swallowing disorders; 6.– Disorders of fluency; 7.– Disorders of voice.

Estopà, R., Carrera, J., i Creus, I. (2010). EnRaonar: lingüística general i aplicada per a la pràctica logopèdica. Horsori.

1.– Els estudis sobre el llenguatge i la logopèdia; 2.– Nocions lingüístiques bàsiques per a la logopèdia; 3.– L’origen del llenguatge; 4.– Biologia i llenguatge; 5.– Psicolingüística; 6.– Sociolingüística; 7.– Fonètica i fonologia; 8.– La unitat lèxica; 9.– Sintaxi; 10.– Semàntica i pragmàtica.

Grundy, K. (Ed.). (1995). Linguistics in clinical practice (2a ed.). Whurr.

I.– Fundamentals of linguistics for clinicians: 1.– Introduction (K. Grundy); 2.– Terminology (K. Grundy); II.– Linguistics and assessment of speech and language impairment: 3.– Assessment of speech production (S. E. Martin, A. Hirson); 4.– Assessment of speech perception (K. Baker, K. Grundy); 5.– Assessment of phonology (P. Grunwell); 6.– Syntactic assessment of expressive language (M. Garman, S. Edwards); 7.– Investigating comprehension of syntax (M. H. Dewart); 8.– Assessment of semantics (J. Landells); 9.– Assessment of pragmatics (G. Conti-Ramsden, M. F. McTear); 10.– Linguistic assessment of prosody (F. Myers, S. Peppe, M. Vance); III.– The role of linguistics in the management of clients with speech and language impairment: 11.– Applying linguistics to acquired aphasia (A. Ross); 12.– Dysfluency and child language (F. Myers); 13.– Developmental language disorders (C. Adams, G. Conti-Ramsden); 14.– Developmental speech disorders (K. Grundy, A. Harding); 15.– Acquired neurogenic speech disorders: applying linguistics to treatment (N. Miller, G. Docherty).

Marrero, V. (2000). Introducción a la lingüística aplicada a fines clínicos. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

Martínez Celdrán, E., Amat, T., Guanyabens, M., Navarro, M. I., i Roig, E. (1998). Lingüística: teoría y aplicaciones. Masson.

1.– Introducción a la lingüística; 2.– Fonética; 3.– Fonología; 4.– Morfología; 5.– Sintaxis; 6.– Semántica; 7.– Pragmática.

McAllister, J., i Miller, J. E. (2013). Introductory linguistics for speech and language therapy practice. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Words and non-words; 3.– Word meaning; 4.– Sentence meaning; 5.– Parts of speech; 6.– Word structure; 7.– Sentence structure 1: Phrases and clauses; 8.– Sentence structure 2: Constructions and main clauses; 9.– Sentence structure 3: Subordinate clauses and sentences; 10.– Sentence structure 4: Non-finite clauses; 11.– Language in use 1: Deixis and reference; 12.– Language in use 2: Frames and scripts, metaphor and irony, implicature, explicature; 13.– Language in use 3: Speech acts, conversation; 14.– Narrative 1: Introduction – Coherence and cohesion; 15.– Narrative 2: Given and new, theme, focus; 16.– Narrative 3: Syntax and the organisation of text; 17.– Conclusion; Appendix a: Islands of reliability for determining parts of speech; Appendix b: SLT resources referenced in this text.

Moreno-Torres, I. (2004). Lingüística para logopedas. Aljibe.

Introducción; 1.– Aspectos teóricos; 2.– El léxico; 3.– La sintaxis; 4.– La morfología; 5.– Fonética y fonología; 6.– Semántica y pragmática.

Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2013). Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Linguistics, phonetics, and speech-language pathology: Clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller, M. J. Ball); 2.– Research ethics (T. W. Powell); 3.– Experimental and quasi-experimental research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (V. Mildner); 4.– The investigation of speech production: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (B. May Bernhardt, P. Bacsfalvi, M. Adler-Bock, G. Modha, B. Purves); 5.– Investigating disordered language: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (J. D. Oxley); 6.– Qualitative research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller); 7.– An ethnographic approach to assessing communication success in interactions involving adults with developmental delay (J. Guendouzi, P. S. Currie); 8.– Conversation analysis applied to disordered speech and language (S. Barnes, A. Ferguson); 9.– Clinical sociolinguistics (M. J. Ball, L. Keegan); 10.– The recording of audio and video data (B. Rutter, S. Cunningham); 11.– Data processing: Transcriptional and impressionistic methods (M. J. Ball, S. Howard, N. Müller, A. Granese); 12.– Data processing: Digital analysis of speech audio signals (M. Huckvale); 13.– Data processing: Imaging of speech data (J. Rahilly); 14.– Data analysis and interpretation: Statistical methods (E. Rossi); 15.– AphasiaBank: Data and methods (B. Macwhinney, D. Fromm, A. Holland, M. Forbes);16.– Disseminating research: Reading, writing, and publishing (S. McLeod).

Quilis, A., i Hernández Alonso, C. (1990). Lingüística española aplicada a la terapia del lenguaje. Gredos.

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Benítez Burraco, A. (2013). Nuevas propuestas para el diagnóstico y clasificación de los trastornos del lenguaje: ¿hemos incorporado criterios idóneos? Revista de Neurología, 56(5), 304. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.5605.2012587

Benítez Burraco, A. (2013). Trastornos del lenguaje: lo que necesitamos realmente es un cambio de paradigma. Revista de Neurología, 57(6), 287–288. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.5706.2013299

Castro Torres, J. A. (2018). Lingüística clínica. A J. A. Castro Torres (Ed.), Introducción a la lingüística clínica: aproximaciones a los trastornos de la comunicación (p. 133–146). Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial. https://repositorio.pucp.edu.pe/index/handle/123456789/173118

Causse, M., i Bonne, A. (2017). Lingüística clínica: ¿una relación interdisciplinar poco conocida? Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas, 16(4), 635–643. http://scielo.sld.cu/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1729-519X2017000400015

Cabré, M. T. (2001). Fundamentos de lingüística en logopedia. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 87–109). Masson.

Codesido, A. I. (2000). Dos elefantes y una tela de araña (o de cómo lingüística y logopedia se balancean sobre la Malla Mundial). A J. de D. Luque i A. Hernández Fernández (Ed.), Trastornos del lenguaje: una perspectiva logopédica y lingüística (p. 165–177). Método Ediciones.

Crystal, D. (1976). A linguistic perspective for the assessment and treatment of language disability. A Proceedings of the 5th International Deaf-Blind Seminar, 1974 (p. 46–58). Royal National Institute for the Blind. https://www.davidcrystal.com/Files/BooksAndArticles/-4954.pdf

Crystal, D. (1981). Aspects of clinical linguistic theory and practice. A Proceedings of the 1980 Annual Conference of the Australian Association of Speech and Hearing (p. 1–25). Australian Association of Speech and Hearing. https://www.davidcrystal.com/Files/BooksAndArticles/-3903.pdf

Crystal, D. (1986). The past, present, and future of clinical linguistics. A M. Monfort (Ed.), Investigación y logopedia: III Simposio de Logopedia (p. 34–42). CEPE. https://www.davidcrystal.com/Files/BooksAndArticles/-3915.pdf

Crystal, D. (1987). Towards a ‘bucket’ theory of language disability: Taking account of interaction between linguistic levels. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1(1), 7–22. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699208708985001

✓ Crystal, D. (2001). Clinical linguistics. A M. Aronoff i J. Rees-Miller (Ed.), The handbook of linguistics (p. 673–682). Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470756409.ch29

✓ Cummings, L. (2013). Clinical linguistics: A primer. International Journal of Language Studies, 7(2), 1–30.

Cummings, L. (2017). Clinical linguistics. A M. Aronoff (Ed.), Oxford research encyclopedia of linguistics. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.337

Fernández Pérez, M. (1998). El papel de la teoría y de la aplicación en las construcciones de disciplinas lingüísticas: el caso de la ‘Lingüística clínica’ y áreas conexas. Revista Española de Lingüística, 28(2), 389–419. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=41357

Fernández Pérez, M. (1999). El lingüista y las patologías del lenguaje. A J. Fernández González, C. Fernández Juncal, M. Marcos Sánchez, E. de los Mozos i L. Santos Río (Ed.), Lingüística para el siglo XXI: III Congreso de Lingüística General (p. 633–640). Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca.

Fernández Pérez, M. (2002). Importancia de los modelos lingüísticos en el estudio de los trastornos comunicativos. A C. Hernández Sacristán y E. Serra (Eds.), Estudios de lingüística clínica (p. 9–25). Nau Llibres. https://roderic.uv.es/handle/10550/32919

Fernández Pérez, M. (2014). Lingüística y déficit comunicativos: lingüística clínica y logopedia. A M. Fernández Pérez (Ed.), Lingüística y déficit comunicativos ¿Cómo abordar las disfunciones verbales? (p. 19–44). Síntesis.

Fernández Pérez, M. (Ed.). (2014). Lingüística y déficit comunicativos ¿Cómo abordar las disfunciones verbales? Síntesis.

1.– Lingüística y déficit comunicativos. Lingüística clínica y logopedia (M. Fernández Pérez); 2.– Exploración lingüística del habla infantil (I. Fernández López, G. Prego); 3.– Sistemas de valoración del habla infantil (I. Fernández López, M. Fernández Pérez); 4.– Exploración del habla adulta mermada. Patologías del lenguaje en edad adulta (C. Hernández Sacristán, V. Moreno); 5.– La evaluación del déficit lingüístico adquirido en el adulto. La afasia como ejemplo (V. Rosell, C. Hernández Sacristán); 6.– Exploración y estimación en casos especiales de desarrollo. Niños con implante coclear y niños con trastorno de déficit atencional y/o hiperactividad (B. Gallardo Paúls, S. Madrid); 7.– Lingüística clínica de las discapacidades intelectuales. Síndrome de Williams, síndrome de Down y síndrome X-Frágil (E. Díez-Itza); 8.– Valoración de habilidades de lectoescritura (S. Madrid).

Fernández Urquiza, M. (2017). Panorama actual de la lingüística clínica en España. A M. E. Olímpio de Oliveira Silva i I. Penadés (Eds.), Investigaciones actuales en Lingüística: Vol. 1. Sobre la Lingüística y sus disciplinas (p. 195–220). Universidad de Alcalá.

Gallardo Paúls, B. (2009). Criterios lingüísticos en la consideración del déficit verbal. Verba, 36, 7–57. http://hdl.handle.net/10347/3519

Gallardo Paúls, B., i Hernández Sacristán, C. (2013). Lingüística clínica: un enfoque funcional sobre las alteraciones del lenguaje. Arco/Libros.

1.– Pragmática clínica: fundamentos y aportaciones; 2.– Caracterización funcional del déficit lingüístico; 3.– Aspectos de la evaluación funcional en sintaxis y semántica léxica: 4.– Conversación y déficit.

Gallardo Paúls, B., i Moreno, V. (Ed.). (2010). Estudios de lingüística clínica, V: aplicaciones clínicas. Universitat de València. https://roderic.uv.es/handle/10550/30442

1.– CIF. Clasificación Internacional Funcional: revisión en clave logopédica (A. Aldea, E. Terradillos, E. Terriza); 2.– Lenguaje espontáneo en el trabajo logopédico: un sencillo ideal y un producto interaccional (F. Díaz Martínez); 3.– Programa de investigación sobre pragmática y hemisferio derecho (B. Gallardo Paúls); 4.– Cómo generar una teoría a partir de datos narrativos: el caso de la convivencia de niños y enfermos de Alzheimer (X. R. García Soto, M. Goñi); 5.– La comprensión del lenguaje: la producción de inferencias en la mente y en el cerebro (J. A. León, I. Escudero); 6.– El discurso como síntoma, criterio de pronóstico y elemento terapéutico (M. Márquez); 7.– Relaciones entre investigación en lenguaje y práctica de la intervención (M. Monfort); 8.– Pragmática clínica y análisis cuantitativo (V. Moreno); 9.– Los marcadores explicativos en edad temprana: usos y etapas evolutivas de «porque» en el corpus Koiné (G. Prego); 10.– Análisis discursivo de los textos narrativos en el adulto mayor con queja de memoria (H. Rumbos, B. Valles); 11.– Alteraciones de la comunicación en la enfermedad de Parkinson (M. Isabel Vilariño).

✓ Gallardo Paúls, B., i Valles, B. (2008). Lingüística en contextos clínicos: la lingüística clínica. Lengua y Habla, 12, 32–50. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=4002677

Gallardo Paúls, B., i Veyrat, M. (Ed.). (2004). Estudios de lingüística clínica: lingüística y patología. Universitat de València; Asociación Valenciana de Lenguaje, Comunicación y Culturas.

1.– Trastornos del lenguaje y demencia. Experiencia de nuestra Unidad de Demencias (D. Alonso, R. Chamarro, J. M. Santonja); 2.– Repetición, ecolalia, patologización (F. Díaz Martínez); 3.– Fenomenología en afasiología: claves prácticas para un diagnóstico lingüístico eficaz (F. Diéguez); 4.– La transcripción del lenguaje afásico (B. Gallardo Paúls); 5.– Lesionados del hemisferio derecho y dificultades de aprendizaje no verbal: similitudes lingüísticas (E. Garayzábal); 6.– Oralidad y escritura. Perspectiva psicolingüística e implicaciones metodológicas (C. Hernández); 7.– El autismo y la percepción (M. Sigstad).

Garayzábal, E. (2002). Tipología de lenguas y lingüística clínica: la importancia de los estudios interlingüísticos en la descripción del lenguaje patológico ¿Son válidos los planteamientos? Revista de Investigación Lingüística, 5(1), 121–133. http://revistas.um.es/ril/article/view/4971

Garayzábal, E. (2004). Las alteraciones del lenguaje desde la perspectiva de la lingüística: el estado de la cuestión. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 24(4), 169–177. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(04)75800-3

Garayzábal, E. (2006). «[el péðo ðe san ðóke no tjéne ðáβo]» ¿Rasgos distintivos o dislalia? La Lingüística y la Logopedia: fronteras disciplinarias y fronteras complementarias. A E. Garayzábal (Ed.), Lingüística clínica y logopedia (p. 21–80). Antonio Machado Libros.

Garayzábal, E. (Ed.). (2006). Lingüística clínica y logopedia. Antonio Machado Libros.

1.– «[el péðo ðe san ðóke no tjéne ðáβo]» ¿Rasgos distintivos o dislalia? La Lingüística y la Logopedia: fronteras disciplinarias y fronteras complementarias (E. Garayzábal); 2.– Más allá de las palabras y la estructura: las categorías del componente pragmático (B. Gallardo-Paúls); 3.– La unidad palabra y su significado: una perspectiva logopédica sobre la capacidad léxica (C. Hernández Sacristán); 4.– La estructura de los mensajes, su comprensión y su producción: nivel gramatical (A. I. Codesido); 5.– Los sonidos y sus alteraciones: nivel fonético-fonológico (M. P. Otero); 6.– Intervención logopédica en los niveles de la lengua (J. F. Cervera, A. Ygual).

Garayzábal, E. (2009). La lingüística clínica: teoría y práctica. A J. L. Jiménez Ruiz i L. Timofeeva (Ed.), Estudios de lingüística: investigaciones lingüísticas en el siglo XXI (p. 131–168). Universidad de Alicante. http://hdl.handle.net/10045/15285

Garayzábal, E., i Otero, M. P. (2005). Psicolingüística, neurolingüística, logopedia y lingüística clínica: juntos sí, pero no revueltos. Revista de Filología y Lingüística de la Universidad de Costa Rica, 31(1), 163–185. https://doi.org/10.15517/RFL.V31I1.4415

Guillén, J. E. (2020). Algunas consideraciones sobre el panorama actual de la lingüística clínica. Literatura y lingüística, 42, 303–329. https://doi.org/10.29344/0717621x.42.2598

Hernández Sacristán, C., i Serra, E. (Eds.). (2002). Estudios de lingüística clínica. Universitat de València. https://roderic.uv.es/handle/10550/32919

1.– Importancia de los modelos lingüísticos de estudio de los trastornos comunicativos (M. Fernández Pérez); 2.– Inestabilidad emocional y terapia lingüística (A. López García); 3.– Interpretación cognitiva de los trastornos del lenguaje (J. L. Miralles); 4.– Una perspectiva lingüística para el estudio de las estereotipias en el discurso afásico (E. Serra, M. Veyrat); 5.– La tartamudez en la pantalla (A. Cabrera); 6.– Lingüística perceptiva y patologías del lenguaje (M. Pérez Juliá); 7.– Fronteras disciplinarias: pragmática y patología del lenguaje (B. Gallardo Paúls); 8.– Patología verbal: sistemática para una orientación holista en el procesamiento del lenguaje (C. Hernández Sacristán).

Hoyos, A., i Marrero, V. (2006). Errores de habla espontáneos: de lo normal a lo patológico. A B. Gallardo Paúls, C. Hernández Sacristán y V. Moreno (Eds.), Lingüística clínica y neuropsicología cognitiva: Actas del Primer Congreso Nacional de Lingüística Clínica (Vol. 2, p. 122–134). Universitat de València. https://www.uv.es/perla/2%5B10%5D.HoyosyMarrero.pdf

Jackson, C. A. (1988). Linguistics and speech-language pathology. A F. J. Newmeyer (Ed.), Linguistics: The Cambridge survey: Vol. III. Language: Psychological and biological aspects (p. 256–273). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511621062.011

Jackson, C. A. (1992). Lingüística y patología del lenguaje y del habla (J. Llisterri, Trad.). A F. J. Newmeyer (Ed.), Panorama de la lingüística moderna de la Universidad de Cambridge: Vol. III. El lenguaje: aspectos psicológicos y biológicos (p. 297–316). Visor. (Obra original publicada en 1988)

Jiménez Ruiz, J. L. (2019). La lingüística clínica: discriminación disciplinaria y aproximación nocional desde la transversalidad. Logos. Revista de lingüística, filosofía y literatura, 29(2), 286–303. https://doi.org/10.15443/RL2923

Madrid, S. (2010). Desafíos actuales de la lingüística: lingüística clínica y de corpus. A M. Querol (Ed.), El futuro de las humanidades: II volumen de artículos en homenaje al profesor D. Ángel López García (p. 71–81). Universitat de València. https://diarium.usal.es/sazpiazu/files/2012/07/homenajealopez.pdf

Mairal-Usón, R. (2021). La lingüística clínica. Revista Española de Lingüística, 51(2), 159–180. https://doi.org/10.31810/rsel.51.2.10

Marrero, V. (1999). La lingüística clínica. A P. Carbonero, M. Casado i P. Gómez Manzano (Ed.), Lengua y discurso: estudios dedicados al profesor Vidal Lamíquiz (p. 597–606). Arco/Libros.

Marrero, V. (2008). El papel de la lingüística en la formación de los audiólogos. A A. Moreno Sandoval (Ed.), Actas del VIII Congreso de Lingüística General. Madrid, 25-28 de junio de 2008 (p. 1220–1231). Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. http://www.lllf.uam.es/clg8/actas/resumen/paperCLG119.html

Marrero, V., i Martín Quilis, Y. (2006). Áreas de actuación del lingüista clínico: la formación y la práctica, dos perspectivas complementarias. A B. Gallardo Paúls, C. Hernández Sacristán i V. Moreno (Ed.), Lingüística clínica y neuropsicología cognitiva: Actas del Primer Congreso Nacional de Lingüística Clínica (Vol. 2, p. 201–215). Universitat de València. https://www.uv.es/perla/2[15].MarreroyMartin.pdf

Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (2013). Linguistics, phonetics and speech-language pathology: Clinical linguistics and phonetics. A N. Müller i M. J. Ball (Ed.), Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide (p. 1–9). Wiley-Blackwell.

Nespoulous, J.-L., i Virbel, J. (2004). Apport de l’étude des handicaps langagiers à la connaissance du langage humain. Revue PArole, 29–30, 5–42.

Otero, M. P. (2001). El descubrimiento de un problema: los trastornos del lenguaje. A A. Abuín, J. Casas i J. M. González Herrán (Ed.), Homenaje a Benito Varela Jácome (p. 445–454). Universidade de Santiago de Compostela.

Otero, M. P. (2002). Ayer y hoy de la Lingüística Clínica. A J. de D. Luque, A. Pamies i F. Manjón (Ed.), Nuevas tendencias en la investigación lingüística: Actas del I Congreso Internacional sobre Nuevas Tendencias de la Lingüística (p. 79–99). Método Ediciones.

Otero, M. P. (2002). ¿Dónde situamos las patologías lingüísticas? Consideración de la Lingüística Clínica como aplicación de la Lingüística. A A. Bernabé, J. A. Berenguer, M. Cantarero y J. C. de Torres (Eds.), Presente y futuro de la lingüística en España: la Sociedad de Lingüística, 30 años después. Actas del II Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Lingüística (Vol. 2, p. 754–759). Sociedad Española de Lingüística.

Pavez, M. M. (1998–1999). Lingüística aplicada a los trastornos del lenguaje. Boletín de Filología (Universidad de Chile), 37, 953–968. https://repositorio.uchile.cl/handle/2250/123086

Pavez, M. M. (2018). La labor del linguista en el estudio de los trastornos del lenguaje. A J. A. Castro Torres (Ed.), Introducción a la lingüística clínica: aproximaciones a los trastornos de la comunicación (p. 147–154). Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial. https://repositorio.pucp.edu.pe/index/handle/123456789/173118

Perkins, M. R. (2011). Clinical linguistics: Its past, present and future. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11–12), 922–927. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2011.599471

✓ Perkins, M., i Howard, S. (2011). Clinical linguistics. A J. Simpson (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of applied linguistics (p. 111–123). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203835654

Serra, M. (2006). Veinticinco años reformulando el concepto del lenguaje en psicolingüística clínica y en logopedia. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 26(1), 20–35. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(06)70094-8

Veyrat, M. (2000–2001). ¿Qué es un déficit lingüístico? Pragmalingüística, 8-9, 331–348. https://revistas.uca.es/index.php/pragma/article/view/484

Veyrat, M., i Gallardo Paúls, B. (Ed.). (2004). Estudios de lingüística clínica: aspectos evolutivos. Universitat de València; Asociación Valenciana de Lenguaje, Comunicación y Culturas.

1.– Las baterías compuestas de evaluación lingüística. Análisis del CELF-3, Spanish Edition (A. I. Codesido); 2.– La adquisición de los pronombres personales átonos (I. Fernández López); 3.– Desarrollo y trastornos de comprensión gramatical (E. Mendoza, M. Martín Olmos; 4.– Dislexia evolutiva: una mirada desde los modelos cognitivo-lingüísticos de lectura (C. Padilla); 5.– Narraciones de niños entre 3 y 4 años: un puente entre la gramática y la pragmática (G. Prego); 6.– Adquisición y regresión de la gramática (M. Souto). Principi

Lingüística clínica: actes de congressos

Diéguez, F. (Ed.). (2016). Temas de lingüística clínica: Actas del IV Congreso de Lingüística Clínica. Horsori.

Gallardo Paúls, B., Hernández, C., i Moreno, V. (Ed.). (2006). Lingüística clínica y neuropsicología cognitiva: Actas del Primer Congreso Nacional de Lingüística Clínica. Universitat de València. https://www.uv.es/perla/ActasCongr.htm

Marrero, V., i Pineda, I. (Ed.). (2009). La lingüística ante el reto de la aplicación clínica: Actas del II Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Clínica. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 11-13 noviembre 2009. Euphonía Ediciones; Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

Moreno-Torres, I., Moruno, E., i Madrid, S. (Ed.). (2013). Avances en lingüística clínica: selección de comunicaciones del III Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Clínica. Universidad de Málaga.

Paredes, M. J. (Ed.). (2019). Cuestiones de lingüística clínica: trabajos presentados al V Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Clínica. Universidad de Cádiz. Material complementari: https://publicaciones.uca.es/cuestiones-de-linguistica-clinica/

Principi

Avaluació lingüística dels trastorns del llenguatge

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Ball, M. J. (1992). The clinician’s guide to linguistic profiling of language impairment. Far Communications.

1.– Profiles; 2.– Phonetics; 3.– Segmental phonology; 4.– Suprasegmental phonology; 5.– Morphology and syntax; 6.– Semantics; 7.– Pragmatics; 8.– Sociolinguistics and bilingualism.

Crystal, D. (1992). Profiling linguistic disability (2a ed.). Whurr.

1.– Linguistic profiles; 2.– LARSP (language assessment, remediation and screening procedure); 3.– PROPH (profile of phonology); 4.– PROP (prosody profile); 5.– PRISM (profile in semantics); 6.– Putting profiles into practice.

Crystal, D., Fletcher, P., i Garman, M. (1989). The grammatical analysis of language disability: A procedure for assessment and remediation (2a ed.). Cole and Whurr. http://hdl.handle.net/10092/5483

1.– The study of syntax; 2.– Some critical factors in devising a syntactic remediation procedure; 3.– The syntactic framework of description; 4.– The development of syntax in children; 5.– Language assessment, remediation and screening procedure (LARSP); 6.– The linguistic analysis and treatment of language disorders; 7.– Case study of a child; 8.– Case study of an adult; 9.– LARSP 1975-1990; Appendices. A.– LARSP child data collection instructions; B.– Child language assessment sampling procedure; C.– Communicative history form; D.– Sample of syntactic analysis of adult speech; Revised (1981) LARSP Chart: Summary of changes.

Crystal, D., Fletcher, P., i Garman, M. (1983). Análisis gramatical de los trastornos del lenguaje: un procedimiento de evaluación y reeducación (A. Cardín, Trad.). Editorial Médica y Técnica. (Obra original publicada el 1976)

✓ Grundy, K. (Ed.). (1995). Linguistics in clinical practice (2a ed.). Whurr.

I.– Fundamentals of linguistics for clinicians. 1.– Introduction (K. Grundy); 2.– Terminology (K. Grundy); II.– Linguistics and assessment of speech and language impairment. 3.– Assessment of speech production (S. E. Martin, A. Hirson); 4.– Assessment of speech perception (K. Baker, K. Grundy); 5.– Assessment of phonology (P. Grunwell); 6.– Syntactic assessment of expressive language (M. Garman, S. Edwards); 7.– Investigating comprehension of syntax (M. H. Dewart); 8.– Assessment of semantics (J. Landells); 9.– Assessment of pragmatics (G. Conti-Ramsden, M. F. McTear); 10.– Linguistic assessment of prosody (F. Myers, S. Peppe, M. Vance); III.– The role of linguistics in the management of clients with speech and language impairment. 11.– Applying linguistics to acquired aphasia (A. Ross); 12.– Dysfluency and child language (F. Myers); 13.– Developmental language disorders (C. Adams, G. Conti-Ramsden); 14.– Developmental speech disorders (K. Grundy, A. Harding); 15.– Acquired neurogenic speech disorders: applying linguistics to treatment (N. Miller, G. Docherty). Principi

Fonètica clínica

Fonètica clínica: manuals i reculls

✓ = Lectures recomanades

✓ Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2021). Manual of clinical phonetics. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429320903

I.– Foundations of clinical phonetics: 1.– Articulatory phonetics for the speech clinician (J. Rahilly, O. Lowry); 2.– Acoustic phonetics for the speech clinician (B. Papakyritsis); 3.– Auditory phonetics for the speech clinician (E. Babatsouli); 4.– Perceptual phonetics for the speech clinician (E. Janse, T. Rietveld); 5.– Suprasegmental phonetics (O. Lowry); 6.– An introduction to speech disorders (M. J. Ball); II.– Variationist clinical phonetics: 7.– Clinical phonetics across languages and dialects (B. M. Bernhardt, J. P. Temberger); 8.– Cultural and multilingual sources of phonetic variation: Implications for clinical practice (R. Allen Fox, E. Jacewicz), 9.– Stylistic variation in misarticulations (M. J. Ball, O. Lowry, L. McInnis); 10.– Analyzing phonetic data with Generalized Additive Mixed Models (Y.-Y. Chuang, J. Fon, I. Papakyritsis, H. Baayen); III.– Phonetic transcription: 11.– The Nature of phonetic transcription (C. Cucchiarini, H. Strik); 12.– The IPA (M. Ashby, P. Ashby); 13.– Transcribing disordered speech (M. J. Ball); 14.– Teaching and learning clinical phonetic transcription (J. Titterington, S. Bates); 15.– Transcribing: By target or by realization? (M. J. Ball); 16.– Examples of narrow phonetic transcription in disordered Speech (M. J. Ball, N. Müller, M. Klopfenstein, B. Rutter); IV.– Instrumentation: Preliminaries: 17.– The nature of phonetic instrumentation (N. Bessell); 18.– Recording speech: Methods and formats (A. P. Vogel, H. Reece); 19.– The Phonbank database within Talkbank, and a practical overview of the Phon program (Y. Rose, G. J. Hedlund); IV.– Instrumentation: Instrumental analysis of articulatory phonetics: 20.– Electromyography (J. M. Vojtech, C. E. Stepp); 21.– Speech aerometry (D. J. Zajac); 22.– Laryngoscopy and stroboscopy (D. D. Nguyen, C. Madill, A. Chacon, D. Novakovic); 23.– Electrolaryngography/Electroglottography (C. Celata, I. Ricci); 24.– Nasometry (T. Bressmann); 25.– Electropalatography (A. Lee); 26.– Electromagnetic Articulography (P. van Lieshout), 27.– Magnetic Resonance Imaging (V. Ramanarayanan, C. Hagedorn); 28.– Video tracking in speech (C. Kroos); 29.– Ultrasound tongue imaging (J. Cleland); IV.– Instrumentation: Instrumental analysis of acoustic, auditory, and perceptual phonetics: 30.– Sound spectrography (C. Meluzzi), 31.– Pure tone audiometry and speech audiometry (F. Zhao, R. Mayr); 32.– Altered sensory feedback in speech (L. Barrett, P. Howell); 35.– Dichotic listening (M. Gósy, R. Huntley Bahr); 34.– Perceptual phonetic experimentation (G. McGuire); IV.– Instrumentation: Speech recognition and speech synthesis: 35.– Automatic speech recognition in the assessment of child speech (L. Buttigieg, H. Grech, S. G. Fabri, J. Attard, P. Farrugia); 36.– Clinical applications of speech synthesis (M. Smith, J. Costello).

Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2005). Phonetics for communication disorders. Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315805573

I.– General phonetics: 1.– Phonetic description; 2.– The organs of speech; 3.– Initiation of an airstream; 4.– Phonation and voice quality; 5.– The description of vowels; 6.– Articulation: Consonant manner types; 7.– Articulation: Consonant place types; 8.– More on consonants; 9.– Suprasegmental phonetics; II.– English phonetics: 10.– Phonetic and phonological description; 11.– Monophthongs of English; 12.– English central vowels and diphthongs; 13.– English plosives and affricates; 14.– English fricatives; 15.– English sonorant consonants; 16.– Words and connected speech; 17.– Intonation of English; 18.– Varieties of English; III.– Disordered speech: 19.– Phonological and phonetic disorders; 20.– Transcribing atypical and disordered speech; Appendix 1.– The International Phonetic Alphabet (Revised to 1993); extIPA symbols for disordered speech (Revised to 2002); VoQS: Voice Quality Symbols; Appendix 2.– Distinctive features; Phonological primer for English; Natural phonological processes.

✓ Ball, M. J., Rahilly, J., Lowry, O. M., Bessell, N., i Lee, A. (2020). Phonetics for speech pathology (3a ed.). Equinox.

I.– Articulatory phonetics: 1.– The vocal organs; 2.– Initiation; 3.– Phonation; 4.– Manner of articulation; 5.– Place of articulation; 6.– Orality and nasality; 7.– Plosives; 8.– Vowels; 9.– Primary, secondary, and double articulations; 10.– Phonetic transcription; 11.– Parametric phonetics; 12.– Suprasegmentals: Length, stress and pitch; 13.– Suprasegmentals: Voice quality; 14.– Speech imaging; II.– Acoustic phonetics: 15.– Frequency and pitch; 16.– Intensity and loudness; 17.– Resonance; 18.– Recording speech; 19.– Acoustic analysis: Spectrography; 20.– Acoustic characteristics of vowels; 21.– Acoustic characteristics of sonorants ; 22.– Acoustic characteristics of obstruents; 23.– Acoustic characteristics of suprasegmentals: Stress; 24.– Acoustic characteristics of suprasegmentals: Pitch; 25.– Acoustic characteristics of suprasegmentals: Connected speech; 26.– Acoustic characteristics of suprasegmentals: Voice quality; 27.– Acoustic characteristics of child speech disorders; 28.– Acoustic characteristics of acquired speech disorders; III.– Auditory phonetics: 29.– Hearing: The ear; 30.– Hearing: Perception; 31.– Hearing: Comprehension; 32.– Perceptual units of speech; 33.– Hearing impairment; 34.– Phonetics of hearing impaired speech; 35.– Audiological measurement; 36.– Auditory processing disorder; 37.– Feedback in speech; 38.– Psychoacoustic experiments ; 39.– Delayed auditory feedback ; 40.– Dichotic listening; 41.– Time variated speech; 42.– Models of speech production and perception; Appendix 1.– The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA); Appendix 2.– The extensions to the IPA for disordered speech (extIPA); Appendix 3.– VoQS symbols for voice quality.

Ball, M. J., Perkins, M. R., Müller, N., i Howard, S. (Ed.). (2008). The handbook of clinical linguistics. Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007

III.– Phonetics and phonology: 19.– Instrumental analysis of articulation in speech impairment (F. E. Gibbon); 20.– Instrumental analysis of resonance in speech impairment (T. L. Whitehill, A. S.-Y. Lee); 21.– Instrumental analysis of phonation (S. N. Awan); 22.– Acoustic analysis of speech (R. D. Kent, Y. Kim); 23.– Clinical phonetic transcription (B. Heselwood, S. Howard); 24.– Comparisons in perception between speech and nonspeech signals (T. Bent, D. B. Pisoni); 25.– Phonological analysis, phonological processes (A. W. Miccio, S. E. Scarpino); 26.– Constraints-based nonlinear phonological theories: Application and implications (B. M. H. Bernhardt, J. P. Stemberger); 27.– Optimality theory: A clinical perspective (D. A. Dinnsen, J. A. Gierut); 28.– Government phonology and speech impairment (M. J. Ball); 29.– Articulatory phonology and speech impairment (P. H. H. M. van Lieshout, L. M. Goldstein); 30.– A cognitive approach to clinical phonology (A. Vogel Sosa, J. L. Bybee); 31.– Neurophonetics (W. Ziegler); 32.– Coarticulation and speech impairment (B. Hardcastle, K. Tjaden); 33.– Vowel development and disorders (C. Stoel-Gammon, K. Pollock); 34.– Prosodic impairments (B. Wells, S. Whiteside); 35.– Speech intelligibility (G. Weismer); 36.– Connected speech (S. Howard, B. Wells, J. Local); 37.– Sociophonetics and clinical linguistics (G. Docherty, G. Khattab); 38.– Cross-linguistic phonological acquisition (D. Ingram).

Bauman-Waengler, J. (2009). Introduction to phonetics and phonology: From concepts to transcription. Pearson.

1.– Introducing phonetics and phonology; 2.– An overview of speech production; 3.– An introduction to phonetic transcription; 4.– Articulatory phonetics: Production features of vowels; 5.– Articulatory phonetics: Production features of consonants; 6.– Dialect and language variations; 7.– Speech in context and diacritics; 8.– Phonological development: Practical and theoretical implications; 9.– Phonetic and phonemic analysis: Clinical application.

Ferrand, C. T. (2018). Speech science: An integrated approach to theory and clinical practice (4a ed.). Pearson.

1.– The nature of sound; 2.– The respiratory system; 3.– Clinical application: Evaluation and treatment of respiratory disorders; 4.– The phonatory/laryngeal system; 5.– Clinical application: Evaluation and treatment of phonatory disorders; 6.– The articulatory/resonatory system; 7.– Clinical application: Evaluation and treatment of articulatory and resonance disorders; 8.– The auditory system; 9.– Clinical application: Evaluation and treatment of disorders related to hearing impaired; 10.– The nervous system; 11.– Clinical application: Brain imaging in the evaluation and treatment of disorders of the nervous system; 12.– Models and theories of speech production and perception.

Hixon, T. J., Weismer, G., i Hoit, J. D. (2020). Preclinical speech science: Anatomy, physiology, acoustics, and perception (3a ed.). Plural Publishing.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Breathing and speech production; 3.– Laryngeal function and speech production; 4.– Velopharyngeal-nasal function and speech production; 5.– Pharyngeal-oral function and speech production; 6.– Speech physiology measurement and analysis; 7.– Acoustics; 8.– Acoustic theory of vowel production; 9.– Theory of consonant acoustics; 10.– Speech acoustic measurement and analysis; 11.– Acoustic phonetics data; 12.– Speech perception; 13.– Anatomy and physiology of the auditory system; 14.– Auditory psychophysics; 15.– Neural structures and mechanisms for speech, language, and hearing; 16.– Swallowing.

Ohde, R. N., i Sharf, D. J. (1992). Phonetic analysis of normal and abnormal speech. Merrill.

Rodríguez Muñoz, F. J. (2013). Introducción a la fonética clínica en español. Euphonía Ediciones.

1.– Conceptos fonético-fonológicos; 2.– Alfabeto Fonético Internacional; 3.– Encuadre disciplinar; 4.– Bases neurofisiológicas del lenguaje; 5.– Adquisición fonológica en niños sin retraso de lenguaje; 6.– Errores dislálicos y casos clínicos; 7.– Afasias; 8.– Alternaciones de la fluencia verbal; Anexo.– Trastornos de la comunicación en el DSM-IV-R.

✓ Ryalls, J., i Behrens, S. J. (2000). Introduction to speech science: From basic theories to clinical applications. Allyn & Bacon.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Why speech-language pathologists and audiologists need to study speech science; 3.– Respiration; 4.– Phonation; 5.– Articulation and phonetics; 6.– Resonance; 7.– Phonology; 8.– Speech prosody; 9.– Acoustic measures of speech; 10.– Physiological measures of speech; 11.– Hearing; 12.– Speech perception; 13.– Neurolinguistics, 14.– Evolution and language universals; 15.– Development of speech production; 16.– Disorders of speech production; 17.– Computers and speech science; 18.– The role of the speech-language pathologist.

✓ Shriberg, L. D., Kent, R. D., McAllister, T., i Preston, J. L. (2019). Clinical phonetics (5a ed.). Pearson.

1.– Overview of clinical phonetics; 2.– Linguistic phonetics; 3.– The three systems of speech production; 4.– Vowels: Monophthongs and diphthongs; 5.– Consonants; 6.– Suprasegmentals and prosody; 7.– Narrow transcription; 8.– Practicing broad and narrow phonetic transcription of children’s speech; 9.– Preparing to collect and transcribe clinical speech samples; 10.– Phonetics in the clinical setting; 11.– Phonetic variation; Appendix A.– Phonetic symbols and terms; Appendix B.– Distributional, structural and proportional occurrence data for American English sounds, syllables and words. Principi

Fonètica clínica: treballs generals

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Ball, M. J., i Lowry, O. M. (2001). What is clinical phonetics? Methods in clinical phonetics (p. 1–9). Whurr. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470777879.ch1

Ball, M. J., i Duckworth, M. (Ed.). (1996). Advances in clinical phonetics. John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.6

I.– Methodology: 1.– Developments in the theoretical understanding of speech and its disorders (R. D. Kent); 2.– Current developments in instrumentation for studying supraglottal structures (W. J. Hardcastle); 3.– Current developments in transcription (M. Ball, J. Local); 4.– Perceptual and acoustic methods in the evaluation of dysarthric speech (W. Ziegler, E. Hartmann); 2.– Case studies: 5.– Types of deviant sibilant production in a group of school-aged children, and their response to treatment using EPG (F. Gibbon, W. J. Hardcastle, H. Dent, F. Nixon); 6.– An unusual pattern of speech production in a child with acquired epileptic aphasia (M.-T. Le Normand, C. Chevrie-Muller); 7.– The clinical assessment of Finnish fluency (K. Moore, A.-M. Korpijaakko-Huuhka); 8.– Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech (M. J. Ball, J. Rahilly); 9.– Cepstra of normal and pathological voices in correlation to acoustical, aerodynamic and perceptual data (P. H. Dejonckere, G. Wieneke); 10.– Effects of age and smoking on the female voice (N. Hewlett, N. Topham, C. McMullen); 11.– Isovowel lines for the evaluation of foreign accent difficulties (S. Awan).

Ball, M. J., i Gibbon, F. E. (Ed.). (2013). Handbook of vowels and vowel disorders. Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203103890

9.– Recurring patterns and idiosyncratic systems in some English children with vowel disorders (J. Reynolds); 10.– The Memphis Vowel Project: Vowel errors in children with and without phonological disorders (K. E. Pollock); 11.– Context conditioned error patterns in disordered systems (S. A. R. Bates, J. M. M. Watson, J. M. Scobbie); 12.– Vowel production in childhood and acquired apraxia of speech (A. Jacks, T. P. Marquardt, B. L. Davis); 13.– Vowels in Foreign Accent Syndrome (R. Perkins, J. Ryalls); 14.– Vowel disorders in hearing impairment (J. Rahilly); 15.– Vowel perception in listeners with cochlear implants (J. L. Gilbert, D. B. Pisoni); 16.– Clinical phonology of vowel disorders (M. J. Ball); 17.– Therapy for abnormal vowels in children with speech disorders (F. E. Gibbon).

Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2002). The use of the terms phonetics and phonology in the description of disordered speech. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 4(2), 95–108. https://doi.org/10.1080/14417040210001669321

de Camargo, Z. A. (2012). A abordagem fonética de dados clínicos. Journal of Speech Sciences, 2(1), 33–47. http://revistas.iel.unicamp.br/ojs_joss/index.php/journalofspeechsciences/article/view/43

Domínguez, C. (2008). Análisis fonético desde una visión clínica de las patologías del lenguaje. Estudios de Fonética Experimental, 17, 249–262. https://www.raco.cat/index.php/EFE/article/view/140071

✓ Fernández Planas, A. M. (2015). ¿Qué tiene que ver la fonética con la práctica clínica y logopédica? Algunos ejemplos de colaboración interdisciplinar. Normas. Revista de estudios lingüísticos hispánicos, 5, 51–65. https://doi.org/10.7203/Normas.5.6821

Katz, W. F. (2019). New horizons in clinical phonetics. A W. F. Katz i P. F. Assmann (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of phonetics (p. 526–569). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429056253-20

Luchsinger, R. (1968). Phonetics and pathology. A B. Malmberg (Ed.), Manual of phonetics (p. 502–532). North Holland.

de Manrique, A. M. B. (1984). Fonética experimental y psicolingüística. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 4(1), 37–51. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(84)75294-6

✓ Moreland, M. (2021). Clinical phonetics. A R.-A. Knight i J. Setter (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of phonetics (pp. 603–630). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108644198.025

Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (2013). Linguistics, phonetics and speech-language pathology: Clinical linguistics and phonetics. A N. Müller i M. J. Ball (Ed.), Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide (p. 1–9). Wiley-Blackwell.

Otero, M. P. (2006). Los sonidos y sus alteraciones: nivel fonético-fonológico. A E. Garayzábal (Ed.), Lingüística clínica y logopedia (p. 367–422). Antonio Machado Libros.

Otero, A., i Otero, M. P. (1999). Los déficits fónicos: un prisma lingüístico. Interlingüística, 10, 297–302.

Pillot-Loiseau, C. (2017). Apports de la phonétique clinique pour le pathologiste. Revue de Laryngologie Otologie Rhinologie, 138(4), 125–132.

Planas, S. (1998). Patologies de la parla. A M. À. Pradilla (Ed.), El món dels sons (p. 167–180). Alambor.

✓ Starr-Marshall, T., Martin, S., i Knight, R.-A. (2013). Clinical phonetics. A M. J. Jones i R.-A. Knight (Ed.), The Bloomsbury companion to phonetics (p. 170–182). Bloomsbury.

Tordera, J. C. (2015). La lingüística clínica a la vista de la fonética: adquisición y pérdidas fonéticas. A A. Cabedo (Ed.), Perspectivas actuales en el análisis fónico del habla: tradición y avances en la fonética experimental (p. 309–322). Universitat de València. https://www.uv.es/normas/2015/anejos/Libro_Fonetica_2015

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Awan, S. N. (2008). Instrumental analysis of phonation. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 344–359). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch21

Baken, R. J. (1987). Clinical measurement of speech and voice. Taylor & Francis.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Fundamentals of electronics; 3.– General-purpose tools; 4.– Intensity; 5.– Vocal fundamental frequency; 6.– Laryngeal function; 7.– Air pressure; 8.– Airflow and volume; 9.– Sound spectrography; 10.– Velopharyngeal function; 11.– Speech movements.

Baken, R. J., i Daniloff, R. G. (Ed.). (1991). Readings in clinical spectrography of speech. Singular; Kay Elemetrics.

I.– Sound spectrography; Basics and beginnings; II.– Spectrographic characteristics of normal speech; III.– Speech sound development; IV.– Spectrography in evaluation and therapy.

Baken, R. J., i Orlikoff, R. F. (2000). Clinical measurement of speech and voice (2a ed.). Singular.

1.– Analog electronics; 2.– Digital systems; 3.– General purpose tools; 4.– Speech intensity; 5.– Vocal fundamental frequency; 6.– Laryngeal function; 7.– Air pressure, 8.– Airflow and volume; 9.– Speech spectrography; 10.– Velopharyngeal function; 11.– Speech movements.

Ball, M. J., i Code, C. (Ed.). (1997). Instrumental clinical phonetics. Whurr. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470699119

1.– Recording and displaying speech (M. Tatham, K. Morton); 2.– Spectrography (A. Farmer); 3.– Electromyography (M. Gentil, W. H. Moore Jr.); 4.– Speech aerodynamics (D. Zajac, C. Yates); 5.– Electrolaryngography (E. Abberton, A. Fourcin); 6.– Electropalatography and its clinical applications (W. J. Hardcastle, F. Gibbon); 7.– Imaging techniques (M. J. Ball, B. Gröne); 8.– Experimental audioperceptual techniques (C. Code); 9.– Microcomputer-based experimentation, assessment and treatment (W. Ziegler, M. Vogel, J. Teiwes, T. Abrndt).

✓ Ball, M. J., i Lowry, O. M. (2001). Methods in clinical phonetics. Whurr. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470777879

1.– What is clinical phonetics?; 2.– Transcribing phonetic data; 3.– Transcribing disordered speech; 4.– Articulatory instrumentation; 5.– Articulatory analysis of disordered speech; 6.– Acoustic instrumentation; 7.– Acoustic analysis of disordered speech; 8.– Auditory and perceptual instrumentation; 9.– Auditory and perceptual analysis of disordered speech.

Bunta, F., Ingram, K., i Ingram, D. (2003). Bridging the digital divide: Aspects of computerized data collection and analysis for language professionals. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(3), 217–240. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000094926

Caët, S. (2019). Former les étudiants en orthophonie à la constitution de corpus: Pourquoi? Comment? Corpus, 19. https://doi.org/10.4000/corpus.4258

Code, C., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (1984). Experimental clinical phonetics: Investigatory techniques in speech pathology and therapeutics. Croom Helm.

1.– Recording and displaying speech (M. A. Tatham); 2.– Spectrography (A. Farmer); 3.– Electromyography (W. H. Moore Jr.); 4.– Electrolaryngography (E. Abberton, A. Fourcin); 5.– Areometry (J. Anthony, N. Hewlett); 6.– X-Ray techniques (M. Ball); 7.– Delayed auditory feedback (C. Code); 8.– Time-variated speech (L. Riensche, D. J. Orchik, D. S. Beasley); 9.– Dichotic listening (C. Code); 10.– Oral stereognosis (S. E. Deutsch).

Calvache, C. A. (2015). Objetividad de la electroglotografía: aplicaciones clínicas e investigativas en la voz. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 35(3), 134–142. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rlfa.2014.11.001

Da Silva Genest, C., i Masson, C. (2019). Corpus et pathologies du langage : du recueil à l’analyse de données pour une linguistique clinique et appliquée. Corpus, 19. https://doi.org/10.4000/corpus.4374

Freire, R. M., da Silva, G. G., i Arruda, C. P. (2016). Bases de dados de fala, linguagem e escrita: finalidades e possibilidades para a fonoaudiologia. Distúrbios da Comunicação, 28(4), 749–758. Consultat a https://revistas.pucsp.br//index.php/dic/article/view/28945

Ghio, A., Pouchoulin, G., Viallet, F., Giovanni, A., Woisard, V., Crevier-Buchman, L., Hirsh, F., Fauth, C., i Fredouille, C. (2021). Du recueil à l’exploitation des corpus de parole «pathologique» : comment accéder à la variation physiopathologique? Corpus, 22. https://doi.org/10.4000/corpus.5677

Gibbon, F. E. (2008). Instrumental analysis of articulation in speech impairment. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 309–331). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch19

González Álvarez, J., Cervera, T., i Llau, M. J. (2003). Acoustic analysis of pathological voices compressed with MPEG system. Journal of Voice, 17(2), 126–139. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0892-1997(03)00007-9

Hardcastle, W. J. (Ed.). (1989). Clinical applications of electropalatography [Special issue]. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 3(1).

Kent, R. D., i Kim, Y. (2008). Acoustic analysis of speech. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 396–416). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch22

McAllister Byun, T., i Rose, Y. (2016). Analyzing clinical phonological data using Phon. Seminars in Speech and Language, 37(2), 85–105. https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0036-1580741

MacDonald, R. L., Jiang, P.-P., Cattiau, J., Heywood, R., Cave, R., Seaver, K., Ladewig, M. A., Tobin, J., Brenner, M. P., Nelson, P. C., Green, J. R., i Tomanek, K. (2021). Disordered speech data collection: Lessons learned at 1 million utterances from Project Euphonia. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 4833–4837). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-697

Mendes, A. P., Ferreira, L. J. L., i Castro, E. (2012). Softwares e hardwares de análise acústica da voz e da fala. Distúrbios da Comunicação, 24(3), 421–430. https://revistas.pucsp.br/index.php/dic/article/view/13159

Moon, K. R., Chung, S. M., Park, H. S., i Kim, H. S. (2012). Materials of acoustic analysis: Sustained vowel versus sentence. Journal of Voice, 26(5), 563–565. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvoice.2011.09.007

Moreno Campos, V. (2007). La obtención y análisis de datos orales en lingüística clínica. Oralia. Análisis del discurso oral, 10, 213–231.

✓ Müller, N., i Ball, M. J. (Ed.). (2013). Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide. Wiley-Blackwell.

1.– Linguistics, phonetics, and speech-language pathology: Clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller, M. J. Ball); 2.– Research ethics (T. W. Powell); 3.– Experimental and quasi-experimental research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (V. Mildner); 4.– The investigation of speech production: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (B. May Bernhardt, P. Bacsfalvi, M. Adler-Bock, G. Modha, B. Purves); 5.– Investigating disordered language: Experimental and quasi-experimental approaches (J. D. Oxley); 6.– Qualitative research in clinical linguistics and phonetics (N. Müller); 7.– An ethnographic approach to assessing communication success in interactions involving adults with developmental delay (J. Guendouzi, P. S. Currie); 8.– Conversation analysis applied to disordered speech and language (S. Barnes, A. Ferguson); 9.– Clinical sociolinguistics (M. J. Ball, L. Keegan); 10.– The recording of audio and video data (B. Rutter, S. Cunningham); 11.– Data processing: Transcriptional and impressionistic methods (M. J. Ball, S. Howard, N. Müller, A. Granese); 12.– Data processing: Digital analysis of speech audio signals (M. Huckvale); 13.– Data processing: Imaging of speech data (J. Rahilly); 14.– Data analysis and interpretation: Statistical methods (E. Rossi); 15.– AphasiaBank: Data and methods (B. Macwhinney, D. Fromm, A. Holland, M. Forbes);16.– Disseminating research: Reading, writing, and publishing (S. McLeod).

Rietveld, T. (2021). Human measurement techniques in speech and language pathology: Methods for research and clinical practice. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003053118

1.– Measuring in speech pathology; 2.– Obtaining human judgements in speech and language pathology; 3.– Assessing human judgements with statistical software; 4.– Assessing reliability in speech and language pathology; 5.– Assessment of agreement in speech and language pathology; 6.– Processing data in speech pathology with signal detection theory and paired comparisons; Appendix.– Answers to exercises.

Rose, Y., i Stoel-Gammon, C. (2015). Using PhonBank and Phon in studies of phonological development and disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 29(8-10), 686–700. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2015.1041609

Singh, S. (Ed.). (1975). Measurement procedures in speech, hearing and language. University Park Press.

Whitehill, T. L., i Lee, A. S.-Y. (2008). Instrumental analysis of resonance in speech impairment. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 332–343). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch20

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Astésano, C., Balaguer, M., Farinas, J., Fredouille, C., Gaillard, P., Ghio, A., Laaridh, I., Lalain, M., Lepage, B., Mauclair, J., Nocaudie, O., Pinquier, J., Pont, O., Pouchoulin, G., Puech, M., Robert, D., Sicard, E., i Woisard, V. (2018). Carcinologic Speech Severity Index Project: A database of speech disorder productions to assess quality of life related to speech after cancer. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, C. Cieri, T. Declerck, S. Goggi, K. Hasida, H. Isahara, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, H. Mazo, A. Moreno, J. Odijk, S. Piperidis i T. Tokunaga (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018). Miyazaki, Japan, May 7-12, 2018 (p. 4265–4271). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2018/summaries/28.html

Bocklet, T., Maier, A., Riedhammer, K., Eysholdt, U., i Nöth, E. (2014). Erlangen-CLP: A large annotated corpus of speech from children with cleft lip and palate. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, T. Declerck, H. Loftsson, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, A. Moreno, J. Odijk i S. Piperidis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014). Reykjavik, Iceland, May 26-31, 2014 (p. 2671–2674). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2014/summaries/748.html

Cabrera, C., Alonso, J. B., Travieso, C. M., i Ferrer, M. A. (2013). Herramienta de creación de base de datos de habla espontánea de pacientes con diagnóstico de Enfermedad de Alzheimer. A J. B. Alonso, C. M. Travieso i P. Gómez Vilda (Ed.), JVHC 2013. I Jornadas multidisciplinares de usuarios de la voz, el habla y el canto. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. 27-28 de junio de 2013 (p. 71–80). Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. http://evoice.ulpgc.es/actas%20JVHC2013.pdf

Choi, D.-L., Kim, B.-W., Kim, Y.-W., Lee, Y.-J., Um, Y., i Chung, M. (2012). Dysarthric speech database for development of QoLT software technology. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, T. Declerck, M. Uğur Doğan, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, A. Moreno, J. Odijk i S. Piperidis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2012). Istanbul, Turkey, May 21-27, 2012 (p. 3378–3381). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2012/summaries/388.html

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Espinoza, F., García Zamora, M. A., Torres Boza, D., Ferrer, C. A., Montero, A., González Moreira, E., i Hernández Gómez, L. A. (2014). A spoken language database for research on moderate cognitive impairment: Design and preliminary analysis. A J. L. Navarro, A. Ortega, A. Teixeira, E. Hernández Pérez, P. Quintana, A. Ravelo, I. Guerra i D. Torre (Ed.), Advances in speech and language technologies for Iberian languages. Second International Conference, IberSPEECH 2014. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, November 19-21, 2014 (p. 219–228). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-13623-3_23

Fougeron, C., Crevier-Buchman, L., Fredouille, C., Ghio, A., Meunier, C., Chevrie-Muller, C., Bonastre, J.-F., Colazo Simon, A., Delooze, C., Duez, D., Gendrot, C., Legou, T., Lévêque, N., Pillot-Loiseau, C., Pinto, S., Pouchoulin, G., Robert, D., Vaissière, J., Viallet, F., i Vincent, C. (2010). The DesPho- APaDy project: Developing an acoustic-phonetic characterization of dysarthric speech in French. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, J. Odijk, S. Piperidis, M. Rosner i D. Tapias (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010). Valletta, Malta, May 17-23, 2010 (p. 2831–2838). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2010/summaries/626.html

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Sicard, E., Menin-Sicard, A., i Perrière, S. (2014). Construction d’une base de données de voix : intérêt pour la recherche en orthophonie et le partage de pratiques. Rééducation Orthophonique, 257, 177–202. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00968599

Turrisi, R., Braccia, A., Emanuele, M., Giulietti, S., Pugliatti, M., Sensi, M., Fadiga, L., i Badino, L. (2021). EasyCall corpus: A dysarthric speech dataset. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 41–45). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-549

Westerhout, E., i Monachesi, P. (2006). A pilot study for a Corpus of Dutch Aphasic Speech (CoDAS). Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2006). Genoa, Italy, 24-26 May, 2006 (p. 1648–1653). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2006/summaries/672.html

Williams, C., Thwaites, A., Buttery, P., Geertzen, J., Randall, B., Shafto, M., Devereux, B., i Tyler, L. K. (2010). The Cambridge Cookie-Theft corpus: A corpus of directed and spontaneous speech of brain-damaged patients and healthy individuals. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, J. Odijk, S. Piperidis, M. Rosner i D. Tapias (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010). Valletta, Malta, May 17-23, 2010 (p. 2824–2830). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2010/summaries/327.html

Yilmaz, E., Ganzeboom, M., Beijer, L., Cucchiarini, C., i Strik, H. (2016). A Dutch dysarthric speech database for individualized speech therapy research. A N. Calzolari, K. Choukri, T. Declerck, S. Goggi, M. Grobelnik, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, H. Mazo, A. Moreno, J. Odijk i S. Piperidis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016). Portorož, Slovenia, 23-28 May, 2016 (p. 792–795). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2016/summaries/639.html

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Amorosa, H., von Benda, U., Wagner, E., i Keck, A. (1985). Transcribing phonetic detail in the speech of unintelligible children: A comparison of procedures. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 20(3), 281–287.

Ball, M. J. (1988). A diacritic range for phonation types. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 18(1), 39–40. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300003522

Ball, M. J. (1991). Computer coding of the IPA: Extensions to the IPA. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 21(1), 36–41. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300006010

Ball, M. J. (1991). Recent developments in the transcription of nonnormal speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 24(1), 59–78. https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9924(91)90034-G

Ball, M. J. (1993). Appendix II. Extensions to the International Phonetic Alphabet. A Phonetics for speech pathology (2a ed., p. 281–286). Whurr.

Ball, M. J. (1998). On percussives. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 28(1–2), 95–98. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300006289

Ball, M. J. (2006). Transcribing at the segmental level. A N. Müller (Ed.), Multilayered transcription (p. 69–92). Plural Publishing.

Ball, M. J. (2008). Transcribing disordered speech: By target or by production? Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 22(10–11), 864–870. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200802172757

Ball, M. J. (2021). Transcribing disordered speech. A M. J. Ball (Ed.), Manual of clinical phonetics (p. 163–174). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429320903

Ball, M. J. (2021). Transcribing: By target of by realization? A M. J. Ball (Ed.), Manual of clinical phonetics (p. 187–192). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429320903

Ball, M. J., Code, C., Rahilly, J., i Hazlett, D. (1994). Non segmental aspects of disordered speech: Developments in transcription. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 8(1), 67–88. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209408985575

Ball, M. J., Esling, J. H., i Dickson, C. (1995). The VoQS system for the transcription of voice quality. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 25(2), 71–80. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300005181

Ball, M. J., Esling, J. H., i Dickson, B. C. (2018). Revisions to the VoQS system for the transcription of voice quality. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 48(2), 165–171. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0025100317000159

✓ Ball, M. J., Howard, S. J., i Miller, K. (2018). Revisions to the extIPA chart. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 48(2), 155–164. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0025100317000147

Ball, M. J., Howard, S., Müller, N., i Granese, A. (2013). Data processing: Transcriptional and impressionistic methods. A N. Müller i M. J. Ball (Ed.), Research methods in clinical linguistics and phonetics: A practical guide (p. 177–194). Wiley-Blackwell.

Ball, M. J., i Local, J. (1996). Current developments in transcription. A M. J. Ball i M. Duckworth (Ed.), Advances in clinical phonetics (p. 51–89). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.6

Ball, M. J., i Lowry, O. M. (2001). Transcribing disordered speech. Methods in clinical phonetics (p. 25–40). Whurr. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470777879.ch3

✓ Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2005). Transcribing atypical and disordered speech. Phonetics for communication disorders (p. 308–318). Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315805573

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Klopfenstein, M., i Rutter, B. (2009). The importance of narrow phonetic transcription for highly unintelligible speech: Some examples. Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology, 34(2), 84–90. https://doi.org/10.1080/14015430902913535

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Klopfenstein, M., i Rutter, B. (2010). My client is using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part II: Vowels and diacritics. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 37, 103–110. https://doi.org/10.1044/cicsd_36_F_103

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Klopfenstein, M., i Rutter, B. (2021). Examples of narrow phonetic transcription in disordered speech. A M. J. Ball (Ed.), Manual of clinical phonetics (p. 193–208). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429320903

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Rutter, B., i Klopfenstein, M. (2009). My client is using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part I: Consonants. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 36, 133–141. https://doi.org/10.1044/cicsd_36_F_133

Ball, M. J., i Rahilly, J. (1996). Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech. A M. J. Ball i M. Duckworth (Ed.), Advances in clinical phonetics (p. 197–216). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.6

Ball, M. J., i Rahilly, J. (2002). Transcribing disordered speech: The segmental and prosodic layers. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 16(5), 329–344. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200210135866

Ball, M. J., Rahilly, J., Lowry, O. M., Bessell, N., i Lee, A. (2020). Appendix 2: The extensions to the IPA for disordered speech (extIPA). A Phonetics for speech pathology (3a ed.). Equinox.

Ball, M. J., Rahilly, J., i Tench, P. (1996). The phonetic transcription of disordered speech. Singular.

1.– The history of transcription; 2.– Transcribing language; 3.– The teaching of phonetic transcription; 4.– Transcription and disordered speech; 5.– The clinical use of phonetic transcription; 6.– The transcription of prosody; 7.– Transcribing disordered prosody; 8.– The transcription of conversation; 9.– Future developments in transcription.

Bauman-Waengler, J. (2016). Phonetic transcription and diacritics. Articulation and phonology in speech sound disorders: A clinical focus (5a ed., p. 39–59). Pearson Education.

Bernhardt, B., i Ball, M. J. (1993). Characteristics of atypical speech currently not included in the Extensions to the IPA. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 23(1), 35–38. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300004771

Bernhardt, B. M., i Stemberger, J. P. (2012). Translation to practice: Transcription of the speech of multilingual children. A S. McLeod i B. A. Goldstein (Ed.), Multilingual aspects of speech sound disorders in children (p. 182–190). Multilingual Matters.

Boudouresques, N., di Cristo, A., i Hirst, D. (2002). Élaboration d’un cadre de recherche pour l’évaluation subjective et la notation objective des troubles prosodiques du patient traumatisé crânien avec lésions cérébrales définies. Revue PArole, 22–23–24, 119–142.

Buckingham, H. W., i Yule, G. (1987). Phonemic false evaluation: Theoretical and clinical aspects. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1(2), 113–125. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699208708985007

Child Speech Disorder Research Network. (2017). Good practice guidelines for the transcription of children’s speech in clinical practice and research. https://www.nbt.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/BSLTRU_Good%20practice%20guidelines_Transcription_2Ed_2017.pdf

Diéguez, F., Lecours, A. R., Böhm, P., i Peña, J. (1998). Una forma de anotación (lingüística) para las paralexias y las paragrafias. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 18(3), 143–153. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(98)75685-2

Duckworth, M., i Ball, M. J. (1988). Problems in the transcription of dysfluent speech. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 18(2), 152–155. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300003777

Duckworth, M., Allen, G., Hardcastle, W. J., i Ball, M. J. (1990). Extensions to the International Phonetic Alphabet for the transcription of atypical speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 4(4), 273–280. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209008985489

Edwards, J., i Munson, B. (2012). Transcription of the speech of multilingual children with speech sound disorders. A S. McLeod i B. A. Goldstein (Ed.), Multilingual aspects of speech sound disorders in children (p. 170–181). Multilingual Matters.

Heselwood, B. C. (2009). A phenomenalist defence of narrow phonetic transcription as a clinical and research tool. A V. Marrero i I. Pineda (Ed.), La lingüística ante el reto de la aplicación clínica: Actas del II Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Clínica. Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 11-13 noviembre 2009 (p. 25–31). Euphonía Ediciones; Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

Howard, S. (2011). Phonetic transcription for speech related to cleft palate. A S. Howard i A. Lohmander (Ed.), Cleft palate speech: Assessment and intervention (p. 127–144). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118785065.ch7

Howard, S., i Heselwood, B. C. (2002). Learning and teaching phonetic transcription for clinical purposes. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 16(5), 371–401. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200210135893

✓ Howard, S., i Heselwood, B. C. (2008). Clinical phonetic transcription. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 381–399). Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch23

Howard, S., i Heselwood, B. C. (2011). Instrumental and perceptual phonetic analyses: The case for two-tier transcriptions. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11–12), 940–948. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2011.616641

ICPLA Executive Committee. (1994). The extIPA Chart. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 24(2), 95–98. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100300005107

✓ International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association. (2015). extIPA symbols for disordered speech (Revised to 2015). International Phonetic Association. https://www.internationalphoneticassociation.org/sites/default/files/extIPA_2016.pdf

International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association. (2015). extIPA symbols for disordered speech (Revised to 2015). https://www.icpla.info/extIPAChart2015.pdf

Khattab, G., i Docherty, G. (2021). Consonants (ExtIPA symbols). IPA online. Online resources for practical phonetics. https://teaching.ncl.ac.uk/ipa/consonants-extra.html

Knight, R.-A., Bandali, C., Woodhead, C., i Vansadia, P. (2018). Clinicians’ views of the training, use and maintenance of phonetic transcription in speech and language therapy. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 53(4), 776–787. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12381

Louis, M., di Cristo, A., i Hirst, D. (2002). Transcription segmentale et suprasegmentale d’un jargon phonémique. Revue PArole, 22–23–24, 245–266.

Louko, L. J., i Edwards, M. L. (2001). Issues in collecting and transcribing speech samples. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 1–11.

Müller, N. (Ed.). (2006). Multilayered transcription. Plural Publishing.

1.– What is transcription and why should we do it? (N. Müller, J. Damico, J. A. Guendouzi); 2.– Orthographic transcription (J. A. Guendouzi, N. Müller); 3.– Transcribing at the segmental level (M. J. Ball); 4.– Transcribing at the suprasegmental level (J. Rahilly); 5.– Transcribing gaze and gesture (J. S. Damico, N. Simmons-Mackie); 6.– Transcribing at the discourse level (N. Müller, J. A. Guendouzi); 7.– The clinical analysis level (J. Tetnowski, T. Franklin); 8.– Assembling and extending the tool kit (N. Müller, M. J. Ball).

Müller, N., i Damico, J. S. (2002). A transcription toolkit: Theoretical and clinical considerations. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 16(5), 299–316. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200210135901

Müller, N., Damico, J., i Guendouzi, A. (2006). What is transcription and why should we do it? In N. Müller (Ed.), Multilayered transcription (p. 1–18). Plural Publishing.

Müller, N., i Papakyritsis, I. (2011). Segments, letters and gestures: Thoughts on doing and teaching phonetics and transcription. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11–12), 949–955. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2011.618583

Munson, B., Edwards, J., Schellinger, S. K., Beckman, M. E., i Meyer, M. K. (2010). Deconstructing phonetic transcription: Covert contrast, perceptual bias, and an extraterrestrial view of Vox Humana. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24(4–5), 245–260. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699200903532524

O’Halpin, R. (2001). Intonation issues in the speech of hearing impaired children: Analysis, transcription and remediation. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 15(7), 529–550. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200110078131

Phonetic Representation of Disordered Speech Working Party. (1980). Progress report: The phonetic representation of disordered speech. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 15(3), 215–220. https://doi.org/10.3109/13682828009112546

Phonetic Representation of Disordered Speech Working Party. (1983). The phonetic representation of disordered speech: Final report (King’s Fund Project Paper 38). King’s Fund Centre for Health Services Development. https://archive.kingsfund.org.uk/concern/parent/000003687/file_sets/2ed24c35-0204-468d-9ec8-c163931bd43f

Pollock, K. E., i Berni, M. C. (2001). Transcription of vowels. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 22–40.

Powell, T. W. (2001). Phonetic transcription of disordered speech. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 52–72.

Rahilly, J. (2006). Transcribing at the suprasegmental level. A N. Müller (Ed.), Multilayered transcription (p. 93–112). Plural Publishing.

Rahilly, J. (2011). Transcribing speech: Practicalities, philosophies and prophesies. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11–12), 934–939. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2011.601391

Rutter, B., Klopfenstein, M., Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2010). My client is using non-English sounds! A tutorial in advanced phonetic transcription. Part III: Prosody and unattested sounds. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 37, 111–122. https://doi.org/10.1044/cicsd_36_F_111

Shriberg, L. D., i Lof, G. L. (1991). Reliability studies in broad and narrow phonetic transcription. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 5(3), 225–279. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209108986113

Small, L. H. (2020). Transcription of speech sound disorders. Fundamentals of phonetics: A practical guide for students (5a ed., p. 239–282). Pearson Education.

Snow, D. (2001). Transcription of suprasegmentals. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 41–51.

Stemberger, J. P., i Bernhardt, B. M. (2019). Phonetic transcription for speech-language pathology in the 21st century. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1159/000500701

Stoel-Gammon, C. (2001). Transcribing the speech of young children. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(4), 12–21.

Teoh, A. P., i Chin, S. B. (2009). Transcribing the speech of children with cochlear implants: Clinical application of narrow phonetic transcriptions. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 18(4), 388–401. https://doi.org/10.1044/1058-0360(2009/08-0076)

Titterington, J., i Bates, S. (2021). Teaching and learning clinical phonetic transcription. A M. J. Ball (Ed.), Manual of clinical phonetics (p. 175–186). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429320903

Vernero, I., i Romano, A. (2017). La trascrizione del parlato patologico. A L. Romito i M. Frontera (Ed.), La scrittura all’ombra della parola (p. 11–31). Università della Calabria.

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✓ Ball, M. J. (2016). Principles of clinical phonology: Theoretical approaches. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315670980

1.– What is phonology?; 2.– Speech disorders; 3.– Theoretical approaches to phonology 1: Phonemes and features; 4.– Theoretical approaches to phonology 2: The generative approach; 5.– Theoretical approachs to phonology 3: Processes, government and constraints; 6.– Problems in clinical phonology; 7.– Psycholinguistic approaches to phonology; 8.– The role of perception in phonology; 9.– The clinical phonology of prosody; 10.– Desiderata for a clinical phonology; 11.– Towards clinical phonologies; 12.– Informing intervention.

Ball, M. J., Müller, N., i Rutter, B. (2010). Phonology for communication disorders. Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315785219

1.– Introduction and background; 2.– Sonority theory; 3.– Distinctive features; 4.– Early generative phonology; 5.– Developments with features; 6.– Developments with derivations: Lexical and prosodic phonology; 7.– Autosegmental phonology; 8.– Metrical phonology; 9.– Prosodic analysis; 10.– Natural phonology; 11.– Optimality theory; 12.– Articulatory phonology; 13.– Government phonology; 14.– Cognitive, systemic, and grounded phonologies; 15.– Clinical phonology.

Bauman-Waengler, J. (2009). Introduction to phonetics and phonology: From concepts to transcription. Pearson Education.

1.– Introducing phonetics and phonology; 2.– An overview of speech production; 3.– An introduction to phonetic transcription; 4.– Articulatory phonetics: Production features of vowels; 5.– Articulatory phonetics: Production features of consonants; 6.– Dialect and language variations; 7.– Speech in context and diacritics; 8.– Phonological development: Practical and theoretical implications; 9.– Phonetic and phonemic analysis: Clinical application.

Bleile, K. M. (2004). Manual of articulation and phonological disorders: Infancy through adultood (2a ed.). Thomson / Delmar Learning.

Elbert, M., i Gierut, J. (Ed.). (1986). Handbook of clinical phonology: Approaches to assessment and treatment. College Hill Press; Taylor & Francis.

González Valenzuela, M. J. (1994). Dificultades fonológicas: evaluación y tratamiento. Promolibro.

1.– Explicaciones sobre las dificultades fonológicas; 2.– Definición y clasificación de las dificultades fonológicas; 3.– Evaluación de las dificultades fonológicas; 4- Tratamiento especifico de las dificultades fonológicas; 5.– Ejercicios prácticos sobre las dificultades fonológicas: evaluación y tratamiento.

✓ Grunwell, P. (1987). Clinical phonology (2a ed.). Chapman & Hall.

1.– The contribution of phonology; 2.– Basic concepts and their clinical applications; 3.– Clinical assessment of speech: Analysing errors in pronunciation; 4.– Analysing and comparing phonological systems: Contrastive assessment; 5.– Distinctive feature analysis applied to disordered speech; 6.– Generative phonology applied to the analysis of disordered spech; 7.– Natural phonology applied to the analysis of disordered speech; 8.– Issues in clinical phonology; Appendix: Phonetic representations.

Ingram, D. (1983). Trastornos fonológicos en el niño (L. Bosch, Trad.). Editorial Médica y Técnica. (Obra original publicada el 1976)

1.– Un enfoque lingüístico; 2.– Aspectos de la adquisición fonológica; 3.– Análisis del habla de un niño; 4.– Metodología de la recogida de datos; 5.– Naturaleza de la descripción fonológica; 6.– Aspectos terapéuticos.

Ingram, D. (1989). Phonological disability in children (2a ed.). Whurr.

1.– A linguistic approach; 2.– Aspects of phonological acquisition; 3.– The analysis of a child's speech; 4.– The methodology of data collection; 5.– The nature of deviant phonology; 6.– Issues in remediation; 7.– Recent developments.

Klein, E. S. (1996). Clinical phonology: Assessment and treatment of articulation disorders in children an adults. Singular.

I.– From articulation to clinical phonology: development of a discipline; II.– Phonological analysis; III.– Phonological intervention; IV.– Related issues.

Villegas, F. (2003). Manual de logopedia: evaluación e intervención de las dificultades fonológicas. Pirámide.

1.– Introducción; 2.– Fundamentación teórica; 3.– Evaluación; 4.– Intervención; 5.– Casos prácticos; Anexo: I.– Comparación de inventarios fonéticos; II.– Comparación de los sistemas de categorización de los proceso fonológicos de simplificación del habla infantil; III.– Relación de palabras. Principi

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Acosta, V. (2000). Naturaleza, evaluación e intervención en las dificultades fonológicas desde el enfoque de las reglas fonológicas. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 20(2), 96–108.

Ball, M. J. (2008). Government phonology and speech impairment. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 452–466). Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch28

Ball, M. J. (2013). Clinical phonology of vowel disorders. A M. J. Ball i F. E. Gibbon (Ed.), Handbook of vowels and vowel disorders (p. 406–428). Psychology Press. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203103890

✓ Bates, S. y Titterington, J. (2017). Good practice guidelines for the analysis of child speech. Child Speech Disorder Research Network (CSDRN). https://www.nbt.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/BSLTRU_Guidelines%20for%20Analysis%20of%20Child%20Speech%20Data%20FINAL%20v2%20Oct%202017.pdf

Bolli Mota, H., Dos Santos-Carvalho, B., Da Silva Barberena, L., Barichelo Gubiani, M. y Michelon Melo, R. (2017). Trastornos del habla de origen fonológico a partir de diferentes concepciones teóricas. Artículos originales Otorrinolaringología, 5, 5–12. https://www.siicsalud.com/pdf/ao_otorrino_5_20117.pdf

Ball, M. J. y Kent, R. D. (Eds.). (1997). The new phonologies: Developments in clinical linguistics. Singular.

✓ Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2002). The use of the terms phonetics and phonology in the description of disordered speech. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 4(2), 95–108. https://doi.org/10.1080/14417040210001669321

Ball, M. J., i Müller, N. (2009). Clinical phonology. A L. Wei i V. Cook (Ed.), Contemporary applied linguistics: Vol. 2. Linguistics for the real world (p. 202–222). Continuum.

Beresford, R. (1987). What kind of phonological description is clinically the most useful? Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1(1), 35–89. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699208708985003

Bernhardt, B. H., i Gilbert, J. (1992). Applying linguistic theory to speech-language pathology: The case for nonlinear phonology. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 6(1–2), 123–145. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209208985523

Bernhardt, B. H., i Stemberger, J. P. (2008). Constraints-based nonlineal phonological theories: Applications and implications. A M. J. Ball, M. R. Perkins, N. Müller i S. Howard (Ed.), The handbook of clinical linguistics (p. 423–438). Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444301007.ch26

Bernhardt, B. H., i Stemberger, J. P. (2000). Workbook in nonlinear phonology for clinical application. Pro-Ed.

Buckingham, H. W., i Yule, G. (1987). Phonemic false evaluation: Theoretical and clinical aspects. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1(2), 113–125. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699208708985007

Cervera, J. F., i Ygual, A. (2003). Intervención logopédica en los trastornos fonológicos desde el paradigma psicolingüístico del procesamiento del habla. Revista de Neurología, 36(Supl 1), S39–S53. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.36S1.2003026

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Afàsia: estudis fonètics i fonològics

Apràxia: estudis fonètics i fonològics

Disàrtria: estudis fonètics i fonològics

Trastorns de l’audició: estudis fonètics i fonològics

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Avaluació fonètica i fonològica: treballs generals

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Ingram, D., i Dubasik, V. L. (2011). Multidimensional assessment of phonological similarity within and between children. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11–12), 962–967. 10.3109/02699206.2011.617855

Jiménez González, J. E. (1995). Prueba de conciencia fonémica (P.C.F.) A J. E. Jiménez González i M. del R. Ortiz (Ed.), Conciencia fonológica y aprendizaje de la lectura: teoría, evaluación e intervención (p. 74–78). Síntesis.

Martínez Matos, H. (2008). TEPAPH-EV: un instrumento para la evaluación de la percepción y de la producción del habla. Lengua y Habla, 12, 79–98. http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/lenguayhabla/article/view/198

Martínez Matos, H. (2010). Aplicación del TEPAPH-EV a sujetos con trastornos de percepción y de producción del habla. Boletín de Lingüística, 22(33), 29–42. http://ve.scielo.org/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S0798-97092010000100002

Monfort, M., i Juárez, A. (1988). Registro fonológico inducido. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 8(2), 88–96. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(88)75430-3

Peguero, M. S. (2008). Instrumento de valoración de las habilidades fonológicas. Phonica, 4, 95–103. https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/phonica/article/view/5589

Ramos Sánchez, J. L. (2005). PECO: Prueba de Evaluación del Conocimiento Fonológico. II Encuentro naci- onal de orientación «La educación como recurso educativo y social». Mérida, 2-4 de diciembre de 2005 (p. 151–158). Confederación Profesional de Psicopedagogía y Orientación de España (COPOE).

Serra, M. (1983). Normas estadísticas de articulación para la población escolar de 3 a 7 años del área metropolitana de Barcelona. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 3(4), 232–235. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(83)75286-1

Shriberg, L. D. (1993). Four new speech and prosody-voice measures for genetics research and other studies in developmental phonological disorders. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36(1), 105–140. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3601.105

Silva, D. A. (2011, 15 de juliol). Software de prueba de articulación por confrontación visual «Spav» (Parte I). Espacio logopédico. https://www.espaciologopedico.com/articulos/articulos2.php?Id_articulo=2304

Villegas, F. (2003). La atención logopédica a las necesidades educativas desde el enfoque fonológico. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 23(3), 135–153. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(03)75756-8

Villegas, F. (2003). Manual de logopedia: evaluación e intervención de las dificultades fonológicas. Pirámide.

1.– Introducción; 2.– Fundamentación teórica; 3.– Evaluación; 4.– Intervención; 5.– Casos prácticos; Anexo: I.– Comparación de inventarios fonéticos; II.– Comparación de los sistemas de categorización de los proceso fonológicos de simplificación del habla infantil; III.– Relación de palabras.

Villegas, F. (2010). Materiales de logopedia: evaluación e intervención en las dificultades fonológicas. Pirámide.

Conceptos básicos de fonética y fonología. Teorías explicativas de la adquisición del sistema fonológico. Clasificación de los procesos fonológicos de simplificación del habla infantil. Materiales para la evaluación de las dificultades fonológicas. Materiales para la intervención de las dificultades fonológicas. Caso práctico. Principi

Avaluació fonètica i fonològica: avaluació dels elements suprasegmentals

Brewster, K. (1989). Assessment of prosody. A K. Grundy (Ed.), Linguistics in clinical practice (p. 186–202). Whurr.

Corrales, M., Martínez Castilla, P., Escudero, D., Aguilar, L., González Ferreras, C., i Cardeñoso, V. (2019). Automatic assessment of prosodic quality in Down syndrome: Analysis of the impact of speaker heterogeneity. Applied Sciences, 9(7), Article 1440. https://doi.org/10.3390/app9071440

Martínez-Castilla, P., i Peppé, S. (2016). Assessment of Spanish prosody in clinical populations: The case of Williams syndrome. A M. E. Armstrong, N. C. Henriksen i M. del M. Vanrell (Ed.), Intonational grammar in Ibero-Romance: Approaches across linguistic subfields (p. 351–368). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/ihll.6.16mar

Martínez Castilla, P., Stojanovik, V., i Sotillo, M. (2008). Habilidades prosódicas en niños con síndrome de Williams de habla española e inglesa: un estudio translingüístico. A A. Moreno Sandoval (Ed.), Actas del VIII Congreso de Lingüística General. Madrid, 25-28 de junio de 2008 (p. 1312–1331). Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. http://www.lllf.uam.es/clg8/actas/resumen/paperCLG75.html

van Santen, J. P. H., Prud’hommeaux, E. T., i Black, L. M. (2009). Automated assessment of prosody production. Speech Communication, 51(11), 1082–1097. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.specom.2009.04.007

Shriberg, L. D. (1993). Four new speech and prosody-voice measures for genetics research and other studies in developmental phonological disorders. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36(1), 105–140. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3601.105

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Avaluació fonètica i fonològica: avaluació de la intel·ligibilitat

Barlow, S. M. (1992). Prospects for neurophysiological approaches to the study of speech intelligibility. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 329–362). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.10bar

Bross, R. S. (1992). An application of structural linguistics to intelligibility measurements of impaired speakers of English. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 35–66). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.03bro

Ghio, A., Lalain, M., Giusti, L., Fredouille, C., i Woisard, V. (2020). How to compare automatically two phonological strings: Application to intelligibility measurements in the case of atypical speech. A N. Calzolari, F. Béchet, P. Blache, K. Choukri, C. Cieri, T. Declerck, S. Goggi, H. Isahara, B. Maegaard, J. Mariani, H. Mazo, A. Moreno, J. Odijk i S. Piperidis (Ed.), Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2020). Marseille, France, May 11-16, 2020 (p. 1689–1694). European Language Resources Association (ELRA). http://www.lrec-conf.org/proceedings/lrec2020/pdf/2020.lrec-1.209.pdf

Jongmans, P., van As, C., Pols, L. C. W., i Hilgers, F. (2003). An introduction to the assessment of intelligibility of tracheoesophageal speech. Proceedings of the Institute of Phonetic Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 25, 185–196. https://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/archive/2003/Proc25JongmansAsPolsHilgers.pdf

Klopfenstein, M., Bernard, K., i Heyman, C. (2020). The study of speech naturalness in communication disorders: A systematic review of the literature. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 34(4), 327–338. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2019.1652692

Osberger, M. J. (1992). Speech intelligibility in the hearing impaired: Research and clinical implications. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 233–264). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.07osb

Ramig, L. O. (1992). The role of phonation in speech intelligibility: A review and preliminary data from patients with Parkinson’s disease. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 119–156). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.05ram

Schiaventi, N. (1992). Scaling procedures for the measurement of speech intelligibility. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 11–34). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.02sch

Valero, J., Casanova, C., Vila, J. M., i Ejarque, J. (2002). Calidad vocal e inteligibilidad fonética del habla en escolares sordos profundos prelocutivos de entre 4 y 9 años educados en la modalidad oralista. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 22(1), 34–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(02)76219-0

Vaysse, R., Farinas, J., Astésano, C., i André-Obrecht, R. (2021). Automatic extraction of speech rhythm descriptors for speech intelligibility assessment in the context of head and neck cancers. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 1912–1916). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-1736

Weismer, G. G., i Martin, R. E. (1992). Acoustic and perceptual approaches to the study of intelligibility. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 67–118). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.04wei

Trastorns de la fonació: avaluació fonètica

Disàrtria: avaluació fonètica

Trastorns de la fluïdesa: percepció i avaluació de la fluïdesa

Trastorns de l’audició: avaluació fonètica

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Materials en català i en castellà per a l’avaluació fonètica i fonològica

Aguinaga, G., Armentia, M. L., Fraile, A., Olangua, P., i Uriz, N. (2004). PLON-R: Prueba de Lenguaje Oral de Navarra Revisada. Manual (2a ed.). TEA Ediciones.

Presentación de la prueba; 1.– Introducción; 2.– Justificación teórica; 3.– Normas de aplicación y corrección; 4.– Estudios estadísticos; 5.– Normas de interpretación; 6.– Referencias bibliográficas; Apéndice A: Recogida de datos colectiva.

Aguilar, E. M., i Serra, M. (2007). A-RE-PA: Anàlisi del retard de la parla. Protocols per l’anàlisi de la fonètica i la fonologia infantil (2a ed.). Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona.

Fitxa tècnica; 1.– Introducció: avaluació de la fonètica i la fonologia; 2.– Prova de rastreig; 3.– Valoracions complementàries; 4.– Perfil fonèticofonològic; 5.– Exemple d’un cas: valoracions complementàries i perfil fonèticofonològic; 6.– Referències; 7.– Bibliografia; Annex I; Annex 2: Fulls de respostes; Annex III: Làmines.

Aguilar, E. M., i Serra, M. (2010). A-RE-HA: Análisis del retraso del habla. Protocolos para el análisis de la fonética y la fonología infantil (3a ed.). Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona.

Ficha técnica; 1.– Introducción: evaluación de la fonética y la fonología; 2.– Prueba de rastreo; 3.– Valoraciones complementarias; 4.– Perfil fonético-fonológico; 5.– Ejemplo de un caso: valoraciones complementarias y perfil fonético-fonológico; 6.– Referencias; 7- Bibliografía; Anexo I: Cuadros del Alfabeto Fonético Internacional y procesos de simplificación fonológica; Anexo II: Perfil fonético-fonológico de niños preescolares con retraso de habla y retraso de lenguaje: datos iniciales; Anexo III: Hojas de respuestas; Anexo IV: Láminas.

Bosch, L. (1987). Avaluació del desenvolupament fonològic en nens catalanoparlants de 3 a 7 anys. Institut de Ciències de l’Educació, Universitat de Barcelona.

I.– El treball d’investigació: 1.– Disseny de la prova inicial; 2.– Aspectes metodològics; 3.– Anàlisi dels resultats; 4.– Consideracions finals; II.– Aplicacions: 1.– Característiques generals de la prova (revisada); 2.– Normes d’aplicació; 3.– Normes de correcció i anàlisi; 5.– Exemples d’utilització: avaluació del perfil i orientacions; Bibliografia; Apèndix: Símbols, làmines, fulls de registre i d’anàlisi.

Bosch, L. (2004). Evaluación fonológica del habla infantil. Masson.

1.– Breve caracterización del desarrollo fonológico infantil; 2.– Codificación fonológica en el marco del procesamiento del habla; 3. Alteraciones del habla: categorías diagnósticas; 4.– Evaluación fonológica; 5.– Presentación de casos; Anexo A: Lista de símbolos utilizados en la transcripción; Anexo B: Hojas de registro y análisis; Anexo C: Láminas.

Brancal, M. F., Ferrer, A. M., Alcantud, F., i Quiroga, M. E. (2009). E.D.A.F. Evaluación de la discriminación auditiva y fonológica (2a ed.). Lebón.

Manual del test: I.– Introducción; II.– Instrucciones para la aplicación del test; III.– Instrucciones para la puntuación e interpretación del test; IV.– Información técnica; Bibliografía; V.– Tablas de conversión de puntuaciones.

Cuetos, F., i González-Nosti, M. (2020). BETA renovado: batería para la evaluación de los trastornos afásicos. EOS.

García Pérez, E. M., Galve, J. L., i Prieto, C. (1991). ELA-ALBOR: examen logopédico de articulación. CEPE.

Gotzens, A. M., i Marro, S. (1999). Prueba de valoración de la percepción auditiva: explorando los sonidos y el lenguaje. Masson.

Guixà, J., Vendrell, J. M., Ballester, M., Casanovas, M., Garriga, E., Guanyabens, M., Massana, M., Mumbardó, M., Petitbò, M. D., Rinos, M., i Roig, E. (Ed.). (1999). Prova de diferenciació fonològica. A L’exploració del llenguatge en el nen. Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, Servei de Neurologia, Escola de Patologia del Llenguatge.

Grupo Albor-Cohs. (1999). ELA-R: Examen Logopédico de Articulación (revisado). Manual de referencia. COHS, Consultores en Ciencias Humanas.

I.– Introducción; II.– Características del instrumento; III.– Administración; V.– Bibliografía; V.– Anexo.

López Ginés, M. J., Redón, Á., Zurita, M. D., García Martínez, I., Santamaría, M., i Iniesta, J. (2007). Evaluación de la elocución del lenguaje. ELCE: exploración del lenguaje comprensivo y expresivo (4a ed., p. 56–69). CEPE.

Monfort, M., i Juárez, A. (2010). Registro fonológico inducido (7a ed.). CEPE.

Manual técnico: I.– Datos de la investigación; II.– Normas de administración; III.– Baremos; IV.– Coeficiente de dificultad; V.– Tipos de errores. Tarjetas gráficas. Hoja de registro.

Monfort, M., i Suárez, A. (1989). Test de inteligibilidad. Entha Ediciones.

Introducción; Edad de aplicación; Aplicación; Corrección; Relación de la prueba con la evaluación de la inteligibilidad en entornos naturales; Bibliografía.

Nieto-Herrera, M. E. (2005). Exploración del nivel lingüístico en edad escolar: prueba de lenguaje oral (M.E.N.H.) (2a ed.). Méndez Editores.

Paradis, M. (s. d.). Bilingual Aphasia Test (Catalan version): test de l’afàsia per a un bilingüe. McGill University. https://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics/files/linguistics/catalan_bat_0.pdf

Paradis, M. (s. d.). Bilingual Aphasia Test (European Spanish version): test de afasia para bilingües. McGill University. https://www.mcgill.ca/linguistics/files/linguistics/european_spanish_bat.pdf

Ramos Sánchez, J. L., i Cuadrado, I. (2006). PECO: prueba para la evaluación del conocimiento fonológico. Editorial EOS.

Introducción; 1.– Ficha técnica; 2.– Marco teórico; 3.– Proceso de elaboración de la prueba para la evaluación del conocimiento fonológico (PECO); 4.– Referencias bibliográficas; Anexos.

Ramos Sánchez, J. L., Cuadrado, I., Civit, C., i Solsona, E. (2009). PECO: prova per a l’avaluació del coneixement fonològic. Editorial EOS.

Ramos Sánchez, J. L., Cuadrado, I., i Fernández Antelo, I. (2008). ELO: evaluación del lenguaje oral. EOS.

Saborit, C., i Julián, J. P. (2005). ELI: l’avaluació del llenguatge infantil. Publicacions de la Universitat Jaume I.

Sauca, A. (2010). Loto fonético y exploración. Mirelo. https://asauca.net/software.php

Vallés, A. (2010). Evaluación de la dislalia: prueba de articulación de fonemas. PAF. CEPE.

Introducción; I.– Estructura de la prueba; II.– Fundamentación teórica; III.– Normas de aplicación; IV.– Normas de valoración; V.– Referentes evolutivos de normalidad. Conductas lingüísticas: Bibliografía. Protocolo de registro. Informe logopédico.

Zac, M. F. (2016). Test de evaluación prosódica en el habla T.E.P.HA. Librería Akadia Editorial.

1.– Introducción - Fundamentación, 2.– Materiales; 3.– Marco teórico; 4.– Resumen de pruebas que componen el test; 5.– Puntuación; 6.1.– Prueba de entonación (P.E.); 6.2.– Prueba de acentuación (P.A.); 6.3.– Prueba de ritmo (P.R.); 6.4.– Prueba de velocidad (P.V.); 6.5.– Prueba de lectura expresiva (P.L.E.); 7.– Tabla de valores referenciales; 8.– Poblaciones especiales; 9.– Educación y rehabilitación de la prosodia; 10.– Conclusiones; 11.– Bibliografía.

Altres materials en català i en castellà per a l’avaluació fonètica i fonològica

Ciudad-Real, G. M. (2008, 3 de desembre). Evaluación fonética. Orientación Andújar. https://www.orientacionandujar.es/2008/12/03/audicion-y-lenguaje-evaluacion-fonetica/

Fernández Vivancos, L. (2012, 16 de maig). Discriminación fonética (Palabras con contrastes mínimos). Audición y lenguaje. http://audiciontierno.blogspot.com/2012/05/discriminacion-fonetica.html

Fernández Vivancos, L. (2013, 9 de setembre). Prueba de evaluación lenguaje oral / Lotos fonéticos: articulación. Audición y lenguaje. http://audiciontierno.blogspot.com/2013/09/prueba-de-evaluacion-lenguaje-orallotos.html

Grupo LEA. (s. d.). Protocolo de evaluación de dislalias: P.E.D. Logopedia escolar en Asturias. https://alojaweb.educastur.es/documents/2776393/2919926/PED.+Protocolo_de_evaluacion_de_dislalias.pdf/41819e51-6364-44df-8814-476b6cb66194

Herrera, Á. (s. d.). Prueba de Evaluación Fonética (PEF). ARASAAC, Centro Aragonés para la Comunicación Aumentativa y Alternativa. https://arasaac.org/materials/es/1359

Láiz, M. (s. d.). Evaluación de la discriminación auditiva de los sonidos del habla. ARASAAC, Centro Aragonés para la Comunicación Aumentativa y Alternativa. https://arasaac.org/materials/es/529

Rabassa, M. (2007). Avaluació fonètica i fonològica. XTEC, Xarxa Telemàtica Educativa de Catalunya. http://www.xtec.cat/serveis/creda/e3925251/docs_creda/perfils/avaluacio_fonemica.pdf

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Trastorns de la fonació

Trastorns de la fonació: treballs generals

Bustos, I. (Coord.). (2007). La voz: la técnica y la expresión (2a ed. rev., i ampl.). Paidotribo.

1.– Voz, cuerpo y comunicación (I. Bustos); 2.– El sustrato anatómico y funcional de la voz profesional (A. R. Scivetti); 3.– Elementos del tratamiento foniátrico de la voz (C. Casanova); 4.– El cantante lírico (C. Bustamante); 5.– La voz en los distintos géneros musicales (R. Galindo); 6.– La voz en los docentes (C. Gassull); 7.– La voz y el actor (G. Reguant); 8.– «Voces microfónicas» para una historia de la radio y la televisión (A. Balsebre); 9.– La oratoria (J. M. Pou); 10.– Voz y método Cos-Art: el arte de trabajar el cuerpo (Y. Díaz); 11.– Voz, vibración y armonía. Descubriendo y explorando la voz terapéutica (S. Worsley); 12.– La posición básica de alineación (I. Bustos); 13.– La actividad respiratoria en el tronco (I. Bustos); 14.– El estado funcional de los órganos articulatorios (I. Bustos); 15.– Sensibilización básica para trabajar la voz (I. Bustos).

Cobeta, I., Núñez, F., i Fernández González, S. (Coord.). (2013). Patología de la voz: Ponencia oficial. Sociedad Española de Otorrinolaringología y Patología Cérvico-Facial 2013. Marge Médica Books. https://seorl.net/PDF/ponencias%20oficiales/2013%20Patolog%C3%ADa%20de%20la%20voz.pdf

1.– Anatomía del sistema fonatorio (J. R. Sañudo, E. Maranillo, X. León); 2.– Estructura histológica de la cuerda vocal (J. Cervera, F. Núñez); 3.– Fisiología de la fonación (F. Núñez); 4.– Notas sobre acústica vocal (J. I. Godino, P. Gómez-Vilda); 5.– Historia clínica y valoración subjetiva de la voz (calidad de vida en relación con la voz) (F. Núñez, M. A. Mate); 6.– Valoración de la eficiencia vocal (tiempo de fonación, índice s/e, volúmenes, escalas, fonetograma) (M. C. Jackson-Menaldi, F. Núñez); 7.– Valoración logopédica del paciente disfónico (R. Coll); 8.– Exploración funcional por la imagen: 8.1. Estroboscopia (I. Cobeta, F. Núñez, S. Fernández); 8.2.– Imagen digital laríngea de alta velocidad (G. Campos); 8.3.– Imagen radiológica en la patología de la voz (J. S. Martínez-San Millán, E. de Antonio); 9.– Laboratorio de voz: 9.1.– Estudio aerodinámico de la función vocal (S. Fernández, F. Núñez); 9.2.– Análisis de la señal acústica (I. Cobeta, F. Núñez); 9.3.– Espectrografía: técnica y aplicaciones (F. Núñez); 9.4.– Electroglotografía (M. Vaca, I. Cobeta); 9.5.– Exploración neurofisiológica laríngea (C. Górriz, F. Martínez-Pérez); 9.6.– Recursos para la exploración vocal en Internet (M. de Mier, A. Martín, E. Ávalos); 10.– Voz normal y clasificación de las disfonías (I. Cobeta, F. Núñez, S. Fernández); 11.– Afecciones benignas de las cuerdas vocales: lesiones exudativas del espacio de Reinke y otras lesiones (F. Núñez, S. Fernández=; 12. Reflujo faringolaríngeo (C. Ramírez, B. Scola); 13.– Laringitis crónicas. Neoplasias intraepiteliales y carcinoma glótico inicial (C. Álvarez, J. L. Llorente); 14.– Parálisis laríngeas periféricas (E. Cantillo, A. Jurado, J. Gutiérrez); 15.– Disfonías de origen neurológico (J. Sanabria, P. García Ruiz, F. Ahumada); 16.– Disfonía infantil (F. Núñez, M. Morato); 17.– Presbifonía (S. Fernández, I. Cobeta, M. Vaca); 18.– Voz en el cambio de género (E. Mora, I. Cobeta); 19.– Disfonía funcional (I. Cobeta, F. Núñez, S. Fernández); 20.– Fonomicrocirugía: 20.1.– Instrumental y preparación quirúrgica en fonomicrocirugía (F. Núñez); 20.2.– Fonocirugía realizada en la consulta (M. Hess, S. Fleischer); 20.3- Técnicas quirúrgicas sobre el epitelio vocal. Sección a ras (F. Ferrán); 20.4.– Técnicas quirúrgicas sobre la lámina propia (cordotomías) (F. Ferrán); 20.5. Técnicas de inyección vocal (I. Cobeta, E. Mora); 20.6.– Cuerdas vocales cicatriciales (G. Friedrich, M. Gugagtschka); 21.– Cirugía del esqueleto laríngea: 21.1.– Tiroplastias (I. Cobeta, E. Mora); 21.2.– Neurocirugía laríngea (E. Mora, I. Cobeta); 22.– Neurocirugía con láser (M. Remacle); 23.– Cirugía endolaríngea fibroscópica (A. González-Riancho, M. Díaz, A. Borragán); 24.– Tratamiento farmarcológico de las disfonías (J. C. Casado, A. Pérez-Izquierdo); 25.– Rehabilitación vocal: 25.1.– Indicaciones y límites de la terapia vocal (P. Carro); 25.2.– Perfeccionamiento vocal; 25.3.– Tratamiento logopédico (R. Coll); 26.– Higiene vocal (R. Coll); 27.– Abuso y mal uso vocal. Valoración de la incapacidad vocal (F. Núñez, A. Moreno), 28.– Voz hablada (P. Farías=; 29.– Voz cantada: 29.1.– Fisiología de la voz cantada (I. Cobeta, E. Mora); 29.2.– Características de la voz cantada y estilos vocales (C. Casanova); 29.3.– El aprendizaje en el canto lírico (S. Matarranz); 29.4.– Patología de la voz cantada (I. Cobeta, E. Mora); 30.– Medicina basada en la evidencia y voz (A. Martín, E. Martínez, M. de Mier); Bibliografía; Anexo: Resumen del protocolo básico para la valoración funcional de la patología vocal de la European Laryngological Society; Glosario (F. Núñez); Conceptos destacados.

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Dinville, C. (1996). Los trastornos de la voz y su reeducación (J. Perelló i T. Herrero, Trad.; 2a ed.). Masson.

1.– Voz hablada; 2.– Resumen de fisiología vocal; 3.– Transformaciones y perturbaciones de la voz desde la infancia hasta la senescencia; 4.– Disfonías; 5.– Principales alteraciones del timbre consecutivas a las disfonías; 6.– Causas principales de disfonías; 7.– Enfermedades de la resonancia; 8.– Principios de reeducación de la voz; 9.– Reeducación de las disfonías; 10.– Aplicación de los ejercicios de voz cantada a ciertos casos de disfonías; 11.– Reeducación aplicada a casos complejos; 12.– Reeducación asociada con algunos casos particulares; 13.– Diferentes operaciones de la laringe. Cirugía-radioterapia; 14.– Voz erigmofónica; 15.– Adquisición de la voz erigmofónica; 16.– Readaptación; 17.– Diferentes aspectos de la reeducación de las disfonías; 18.– Voz cantada; 19.– Conclusión. Información, prevención. Indicaciones de la reeducación.

Gerratt, B. R., i Kreiman, J. (2000). Theoretical and methodological development in the study of pathological voice quality. Journal of Phonetics, 28(3), 335–342. 10.1006/jpho.2000.0120

Herrero, M. T., i Velasco, M. M. (2001). Disfonías. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 133–148). Masson.

Hirano, M. (1981). Clinical examination of voice. Springer.

1.– Outline of voice production and its examination; 2.– Electromiography of laryngeal muscles; 3.– Aerodynamic tests; 4.– Examination of vocal fold vibration; 5.– Acoustic analysis of the voice signal; 6.– Psycho-acoustic evaluation of voice; 7.– Examination of phonatory ability.

Le Huche, F., i Allali, A. (2003). La voz: Tomo 1. Anatomía y fisiología de los órganos de la voz y del habla (J. M. de Prado, Trad.; 2a ed.). Masson.

1.– Voz y comportamiento vocal; 2.– Visión de conjunto de los órganos de la voz y del habla; 3.– Órganos del soplo fonatorio; 4.– Anatomía y fisiología de la laringe; 5.– Pabellón faringobucal y cavidades anexas (resonadores y órganos articuladores); 6.– Fisiología de la deglución; 7.– Regulación del habla; 8.– Dinámica del habla. Cuadro alfabético de correspondencias de términos anatómicos según las nomenclaturas clásica e internacional.

Le Huche, F., i Allali, A. (2003). La voz: Tomo 2. Patología vocal de origen funcional (J. M. de Prado i M. C. Manzanares, Trad.; 2a ed.). Masson.

Parte I: Semiología; 1.– Exploración de la voz y del comportamiento fonatorio; 2. Procedimientos de exploración de la laringe y de su funcionamiento; 3.– Evaluación objetiva de la función vocal; Parte II: Disfonías funcionales; 4.– Disfonía disfuncional simple (sin complicaciones laríngeas); 5.– Disfonías disfuncionales complicadas (con laringopatías disfuncionales); 6.– Formas particulares de las disfonías disfuncionales.

Le Huche, F., i Allali, A. (2004). La voz: Tomo 3. Patología vocal de origen orgánico (C. Casanova, Trad.; 2a ed.). Masson.

1.– Disfonías y laringitis; 2.– Disfonía secundaria a un traumatismo laríngeo; 3.– Disfonía secundaria a una alteración de la movilidad de los repliegues vocales; 4.– Voz poslaringectomía; 5.– Disfonía relacionada con una anomalía congénita de laringe; 6.– Disfonía secundaria a una alteración orgánica extralaríngea; 7-. Disfonía de origen hormonal; 8.– Fonación y síndromes sistémicos; 9.– Disartrias.

Le Huche, F., i Allali, A. (2004). La voz: Tomo 4. Terapéutica de los trastornos vocales (M. Martinell, Trad.; 2a ed.). Masson.

1.– Tratamientos médicos; 2.– Tratamiento quirúrgico (fonocirugía); 3.– Reeducación vocal; 4.– Tratamientos psicológicos.

Llinás, M. A. (1988). Disfonías. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (p. 91–104). Masson.

Perelló, J., i Salvá, J. A. (1973). Audiofoniatría y logopedia: XI. Alteraciones de la voz. Editorial Científico-Médica.

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Volume I: Basic science and clinical assessment; Volume II: Nonsurgical management; Volume III: Surgical management and special considerations.

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Fernández-Baillo, R., i García Alcántara, F. (2001). Insuficiencia velofaríngea asociada a disfonía y alteración de la resonancia. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 21(3), 131–137. 10.1016/S0214-4603(01)76198-0

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Jacobson, B. H., Johnson, A., Grywalski, C., Silbergleit, A., Jacobson, G., Benninger, M. S., i Newman, C. W. (1997). The Voice Handicap Index (VHI): Development and validation. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 6(3), 66–69. 10.1044/1058-0360.0603.66

Jongmans, P., van As, C., Pols, L. C. W., i Hilgers, F. (2003). An introduction to the assessment of intelligibility of tracheoesophageal speech. Proceedings of the Institute of Phonetic Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 25, 185–196. https://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/archive/2003/Proc25JongmansAsPolsHilgers.pdf

Laver, J., i Mackenzie-Beck, J. (2007). Vocal Profile Analysis Scheme – VPAS. Queen Margaret University College, Speech Science Research Centre.

Nieto, A., González, F. J., Olarieta, F. J., i Cobeta, I. (2000). Jitter y shimmer sobre diferentes señales vocales en el reconocimiento de la patología vocal. A J. Ortega (Ed.), SEAF 2000. Actas del I Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Acústica Forense. Madrid, 5-6 de octubre de 2000 (p. 111–116). Escuela Universitaria de Ingenieros Técnicos de Telecomunicación; Sociedad Española de Acústica Forense.

Núñez, F., Corte, P., Señaris, B., Llorente, J. L., Górriz, C., i Suárez, C. (2007). Adaptación y validación del índice de incapacidad vocal (VHI-30) y su versión abreviada (VHI-10) al español. Acta Otorrinolaringológica Española, 58(9), 386–392. 10.1016/S0001-6519(07)74954-3

Rosen, C. A., Lee, A. S., Osborne, J., Zullo, T., i Murry, T. (2004). Development and validation of the Voice Handicap Index-10. The Laryngoscope, 114(9), 1549–1556. https://doi.org/10.1097/00005537-200409000-00009

Valero, J., Casanova, C., Vila, J. M., i Ejarque, J. (2002). Calidad vocal e inteligibilidad fonética del habla en escolares sordos profundos prelocutivos de entre 4 y 9 años educados en la modalidad oralista. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 22(1), 34–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(02)76219-0

Vila, J. M. (2005). Criteris per a la selecció del material fonètic en intervenció logopèdica en trastorns de la veu. Aloma: revista de psicologia, ciències de l’educació i de l’esport, 17, 127–142. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=1416651

Wuyts, F. L., de Bodt, M. S., Molenberghs, G., Remacle, M., Heylen, L., Millet, B., van Lierde, K., Raes, J., i van de Heyning, P. H. (2000). The dysphonia severity index: An objective measure of vocal quality based on a multiparameter approach. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 43(3), 796–809. https://doi.org/10.1044/jslhr.4303.796

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Bauman-Waengler, J. (2016). Articulation and phonology in speech sound disorders: A clinical focus (5a ed.). Pearson Education.

1.– Clinical framework: Basic terms and concepts; 2.– Phonetics - Articulatory phonetics: Speech sound form; 3.– Phonetic transcription and diacritics; 4.– Theoretical considerations and practical applications; 5.– Normal phonological development; 6.– Assessment and appraisal: Collection of data; 7.– Diagnosis: Articulation- versus phonemic-based speech sound disorders; 8.– Dialects and English as second language; 9.– Therapy for articulation-based speech sound errors; 10.– Treatment of phonemic-based speech sound disorders; 11.– Speech sound disorders in selected populations.

Bernthal, J. E., Bankson, N. W., i Flipsen Jr., P. (2017). Articulation and phonological disorders: Speech sound disorders in children (8a ed.). Pearson.

1.– Introduction to the study of speech sound disorders (N. W. Bankson, J. E. Bernthal, P. Flipsen Jr.); 2.– Normal aspects of articulation (R. Kent); 3.– Speech sound acquisition (S. McLeod); 4.– Factors related to speech sound disorders (P. Flipsen Jr., N. W. Bankson, J. E. Bernthal); 5.– Classification and comorbidity in speech sound disorders (P. Flipsen Jr., J. E. Bernthal, N. W. Bankson); 6.– Assessment: Data collection (N. W. Bankson, J. E. Bernthal, P. Flipsen Jr.); 7.– Assessment: Decision making (J. E. Bernthal, N. W. Bankson, P. Flipsen Jr.); 8.– The basics of remediation and evidence-based practice (N. W. Bankson, J. E. Bernthal, P. Flipsen Jr.); 9.– Motor-based treatment approaches (P. Flipsen Jr., J. E. Bernthal, N. W. Bankson); 10.– Linguistically based treatment approaches (P. Flipsen Jr., N. W. Bankson, J. E. Bernthal); 11.– Language and dialectal variations (B. A. Goldstein, A. Iglesias); 12.– Phonological awareness: Description, assessment, and intervention (B. C. McNeill, L. M. Justice, G. T. Gillon, C. M. Schuele); Appendix A.– Procedures for teaching sounds; Appendix B.– Activities for facilitating phonemic awareness in school-aged children; Appendix C.– Accent modification.

Bruno, C., i Sánchez Hidalgo, M. (2001). Disglosias. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 181–186). Masson.

Bruno, C., i Sánchez Hidalgo, M. (2001). Dislalias. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 171–180). Masson.

Darley, F. L., Aronson, A. E., i Brown, J. R. (1975). Motor speech disorders. Saunders.

Duffy, J. R. (2020). Motor speech disorders: Substrates, differential diagnosis and management (4a ed.). Elsevier; Mosby.

I.– Substrates: 1.– Defining, understanding, and categorizing motor speech disorders; 2.– Neurologic bases of motor speech and its pathologies; 3.– Examination of motor speech disorders; II.– Disorders and their diagnoses: 4.– Flaccid dysarthrias; 5.– Spastic dysarthrias; 6.– Ataxic dysarthrias; 7.– Hypokinetic dysarthrias; 8.– Hyperkinetic dysarthrias; 9.– Unilateral upper motor neuron dysarthria; 10.– Mixed dysarthria; 11.– Apraxia of speech; 12.– Neurogenic mutism; 13.– Other neurogenic speech disturbances; 14.– Acquired psychogenic and related nonorganic speech disorders; 15.– Differential diagnosis; III.– Management: 16.– Managing motor speech disorders: General principles; 17.– Managing the dysarthias; 18.– Managing apraxia of speech; 19.– Managing other neurogenic speech disturbances; 20.– Managing acquired psychogenic and related nonorganic speech disorders.

Howard, S., i Lohmander, A. (Ed.). (2011). Cleft palate speech: Assessment and intervention. Wiley. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118785065

1.– Physical structure and function and speech production associated with cleft palate (M. Atkinson, S. Howard); 2.– The development of speech in children with cleft palate (K. L. Chapman, E. Willadsen); 3.– The influence of related conditions on speech and communication (C. Persson, L. Sjögreen); 4.– Surgical intervention and speech outcomes in cleft lip and palate (A. Lohmander); 5.– Secondary management and speech outcome (J. E. Riski); 6.– Cleft palate speech in the majority world: Models of intervention and speech outcome in diverse cultural and language contexts (D. S. Roopa, N. M. Wickenden); Speech assessment and intervention (A. Lohmander, S. Howard); 7.– Phonetic transcription for speech related to cleft palate (S. Howard); 8.– Instrumentation in the analysis of the structure and function of the velopharyngeal mechanism (D. Sell, V. Pereira); 9.– Cross linguistic perspectives on speech assessment in cleft palate (G. Henningsson, E. Willadsen); 10.– Voice assessment and intervention (L. Cavalli); 11.– Nasality - Assessment and intervention (T. Sweeney); 12.– Articulation - Instruments for research and clinical practice (F. E. Gibbon, A. Lee); 13.– Psycholinguistic assessment and intervention (J. Stackhouse); 14.– Early communication assessment and intervention (N. Scherer, B. Louw); 15.– Phonological approaches to speech difficulties associated with cleft palate (A. Harding-Bell, S. Howard); 16.– Speech intelligibility (T. L. Whitehill, C. L. Gotzke, M. Hodge); 17.– Communicative participation (C. Havstam, A. Lohmander); 18.– Evaluation and evidence-based practice (L. D. Vallino-Napoli).

Kent, R. D. (1990). The acoustic and physiologic characteristics of neurologically impaired speech move- ments. A W. J. Hardcastle i A. Marchal (Ed.), Speech production and speech modelling (p. 365–401). Kluwer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-2037-8_15

✓ Kent, R. D., i Kim, Y. J. (2003). Toward an acoustic typology of motor speech disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(6), 427–445. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000086248

Miller, N. (1989). Acquired speech disorders. A K. Grundy (Ed.), Linguistics in clinical practice (p. 281–300). Whurr.

✓ Weismer, G. G. (1997). Motor speech disorders. A W. J. Hardcastle i J. Laver (Ed.), The handbook of phonetic sciences (p. 191–219). Blackwell.

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Bishop, D. V. M., Byers, B., i Robson, J. (1990). The relationship between phoneme discrimination, speech production, and language comprehension in cerebral-palsied individuals. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 33(2), 210–219. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3302.210

Buchwald, A., i Miozzo, M. (2011). Finding levels of abstraction in speech production: Evidence from sound-production impairment. Psychological Science, 22(9), 1113–1119. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797611417723

Buchwald, A., i Miozzo, M. (2012). Phonological and motor errors in individuals with acquired sound production impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 55(5), S1573–S1586. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2012/11-0200)

Buitrago, K. J., Cortés de Alvarado, D., Diago, M. J., Herrara, L. F., Parra, S. X., i Rodríguez Alvira, C. M. (2007). Identificación y cuantificación de procesos fonológicos en niños con paladar hendido e hipoacusia conductiva. Areté, 7(1), 64–73. https://arete.ibero.edu.co/article/view/504/

Ferrier, L. J., Johnston, J. J., i Bashir, A. S. (1991). A longitudinal study of the babbling and phonological development of a child with hypoglossia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 5(3), 187–206. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209108986111

Grunwell, P., i Russell, J. (1988). Phonological development in children with cleft lip and palate. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 2(2), 75–95. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699208808985245

Howard, S. (1993). Articulatory constraints on a phonological system: A case study of cleft palate speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(4), 299–317. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209308985569

Jara, Y. B., i Sarmiento, O. I. (2020). Caracterización y tipos de errores articulatorios en pacientes con labio y paladar hendido: Bogotá (Colombia). Areté, 20(1), 39–46. https://arete.ibero.edu.co/article/view/art20105

Kertoy, M. K., Guest, C. M., Quart, E., i Lieh-Lai, M. (1999). Speech and phonological characteristics of individual children with a history of tracheostomy. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 42(3), 621–635. https://doi.org/10.1044/jslhr.4203.621

Maxwell, E. M. (1982). A study of misarticulation from a linguistic perspective. Indiana University Linguistics Club.

1.– Introduction; 2.– Methods; 3.– Phonological and acoustic analysis of A. B.; 4.– Phonological and acoustic analysis of L. S.; 5.– Phonological and acoustic analysis of J. O.; 6.– Possible misarticulation phonologies and their typological characterization: References; Appendix of data.

Pereiro, A., i Marczyk, A. (2020). Errores de asignación del acento en una niña hispanohablante con rasgos del TEA: ¿retraso del lenguaje o un síntoma del trastorno autista? Pragmalingüística, (2), 287–300. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.17

Rodríguez Palomero, J., Jiménez Romero, M. S., i Benítez Burraco, A. (2020). Cromosomopatías y lenguaje: alteraciones fonético-fonológicas asociadas a una microduplicación en el cromosoma 1q21.1. Estudio de un caso. Pragmalingüística, (2), 315–326. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.19

Sebastián, D., Brun, C., i Fornieles, A. (2019). Voz y habla de los niños con síndrome de deleción de 22q11. Revista de Neurología, 68, 99–106. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.6803.2018279

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Dankovičová, J., Gurd, J. M., Marshall, J. C., MacMahon, M. K. C., Stuart-Smith, J., Coleman, J. S., i Slater, A. (2001). Aspects of non-native pronunciation in a case of altered accent following stroke (foreign accent syndrome). Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 15(3), 195–218. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200010004656

González Jiménez, J. M. (2018). Fonética acústica y trastornos del habla: un caso aplicado de evaluación de la efectividad del tratamiento logopédico para la anquiloglosia. A M. Díaz Ferro, G. Vaamonde, A. Varela, C. Cabeza, J. M. García-Miguel i F. Ramallo (Ed.), Actas do XIII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Xeral (p. 431–438). Universidade de Vigo. http://cilx2018.uvigo.gal/actas/pdf/661206.pdf

Gósy, M., i Horváth, V. (2015). Speech processing in children with functional articulation disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 29(3), 185–200. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2014.983615

Hardcastle, W. J. (Ed.). (1989). Clinical applications of electropalatography [Special issue]. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 3(1).

Hardcastle, W. J., i Gibbon, F. E. (1997). Electropalatography and its clinical applications. A M. J. Ball i C. Code (Ed.), Instrumental clinical phonetics (p. 149–193). Whurr. https://doi.org/10.1002/9780470699119.ch6

Martínez Matos, H. (2005). La articulación del habla en individuos con hendidura labiopalatina corregida: estudio de dos casos [Tesi de màster, Universidad de Los Andres]. SaberULA, Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Los Andes. http://www.saber.ula.ve/handle/123456789/32142

Martínez Matos, H., Mora, E., i Prato, R. (2006). Influencia de los aparatos dentales ortodónticos en la producción y percepción del habla: estudio de cinco casos. Revista CEFAC, 8(4), 467–476. http://www.saber.ula.ve/handle/123456789/16447

Quilis, A., Esgueva, M., i Sáenz de Pipaón, M. (1982). Variaciones de pronunciación con y sin prótesis dentaria. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 2(1), 27–31. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(82)75225-8

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre els elements segmentals

Bond, Z. S., i Wilson, H. F. (1980). Acquisition of the voicing contrast by language-delayed and normal-speaking children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 23(1), 152–161. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2301.152

Daoudi, K., Das, B., Milhé de Saint Victor, S., Foubert-Samier, A., Pavy-Le-Traon, A., Rascol, O., Meissner, W. G., i Woisard, V. (2021). Distortion of voiced obstruents for differential diagnosis between Parkinson’s disease and Multiple System Atrophy. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 31–35). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-223

Eshghi, M., Zajac, D. J., Bijankhan, M., i Shirazi, M. (2013). Spectral analysis of word-initial alveolar and velar plosives produced by Iranian children with cleft lip and palate. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 27(3), 213–219. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2012.756068

Forrest, K., i Rockman, B. K. (1988). Acoustic and perceptual analysis of word-initial stop consonants in phonologically disordered children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 31(3), 449–459. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3103.449

Forrest, K., Weismer, G. G., Elbert, M., i Dinnsen, D. A. (1994). Spectral analysis of target-appropriate /t/ and /k/ produced by phonologically disordered and normally articulating children. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 8(4), 267–281. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209408985312

Gibbon, F. E., Dent, H., i Hardcastle, W. J. (1993). Diagnosis and therapy of abnormal alveolar stops in a speech-disordered child using electropalatography. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(4), 247–267. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209308985565

Hewlett, N. (1988). Acoustic properties of /k/ and /t/ in normal and phonologically disordered speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 2(1), 29–45. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699208808985242

Lindblom, B., Lubker, J. F., i Pauli, S. (1977). An acoustic-perceptual method for the quantitative evaluation of hypernasality. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 20(3), 485–496. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2003.485

Ruíz Castellanos, A., i Olmedo, H. (2020). Alteración fonética del VOT en pacientes con Párkinson. Pragmalingüística, (2), 327–338. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.20

Tamashiro, A. B. (2015). Estudio descriptivo de las alteraciones articulatorias consonánticas características en el habla de pacientes hispanoparlantes con fisura labio-alvéolo-palatina reparada. Revista Mexicana de Comunicación, Audiología, Otoneurología y Foniatría, 4(1), 6–15. https://www.medigraphic.com/pdfs/audiologia/fon-2015/fon151b.pdf

Yamashita, Y., Michi, K.-I., Imai, S., Suzuki, N., i Yoshida, H. (1992). Electropalatographic investigation of abnormal lingual-palatal contact patterns in cleft palate patients. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 6(3), 201–217. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209208985531

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre els elements suprasegmentals

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre factors temporals

Barry, R. M. (1993). Measuring segmental timing in pathological speech using electropalatography. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(4), 275–283. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209308985567

Svindt, V., Bóna, J., i Hoffmann, I. (2020). Changes in temporal features of speech in secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS) – case studies. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 34(4), 339–356. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2019.1645885

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre la melodia i l’entonació

Aguilar, L., i Borràs, J. (2020). Alteraciones de la declinación y el campo tonal en el habla de personas con síndrome de Down. Estudios de Fonética Experimental, 29, 11–33. https://raco.cat/index.php/EFE/article/view/375454

van Doorn, J., i Sheard, C. (2001). Fundamental frequency patterns in cerebral palsied speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 15(7), 585–602. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200110078113

Martínez Sánchez, F., García Meilán, J. J., Pérez, E., Carro, J., i Arana, J. M. (2012). Patrones de prosodia expresiva en pacientes con enfermedad de Alzheimer. Psicothema, 24(1), 16–21. http://www.psicothema.com/psicothema.asp?id=3972

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre la velocitat d’elocució

Baqué, L. (2015). Velocidad de articulación y estructuración del espacio vocálico en función del acento en la afasia: un estudio preliminar. A A. Cabedo (Ed.), Perspectivas actuales en el análisis fónico del habla: tradición y avances en la fonética experimental (p. 297–308). Universitat de València, Departamento de Filología Española. https://www.uv.es/normas/2015/anejos/Libro_Fonetica_2015

Baum, S. R. (1993). An acoustic analysis of rate of speech effects on vowel production in aphasia. Brain and Language, 44(4), 414–430. https://doi.org/10.1006/brln.1993.1025

Baum, S. R., i Ryan, L. (1993). Rate of speech effects in aphasia: Voice Onset Time. Brain and Language, 44(4), 431–445. https://doi.org/10.1006/brln.1993.1026

Elvira, W., i Marrero, V. (2021). El ritmo y la tasa de habla como ayuda diagnóstica en síndromes neurodegenerativos de los lóbulos fronto-temporales. Loquens, 7(1), Article e068. https://doi.org/10.3989/loquens.2020.068

Hammen, V. L., i Yorkston, K. M. (1996). Speech and pause characteristics following speech rate reduction in hypokinetic dysarthria. Journal of Communication Disorders, 29(6), 429–445. https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9924(95)00037-2

Kreindler, A., Mihailescu, L., i Fradis, A. (1980). Speech fluency in aphasics. Brain and Language, 9(2), 199–205. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934x(80)90140-6

Martens, H., Dekens, T., van Nuffelen, G., Latacz, L., Verhelst, W., i de Bodt, M. S. (2015). Automated speech rate measurement in dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58(3), 698–712. https://doi.org/10.1044/2015_JSLHR-S-14-0242

Martínez Sánchez, F., Meilán, J. J., García Sevilla, J., Carro, J., i Arana, J. M. (2013). Análisis de la fluencia lectora en pacientes con la enfermedad de Alzheimer y controles asintomáticos. Neurología, 28(6), 325–331. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nrl.2012.07.012

Rodgers, J. D., Tjaden, K., Feenaughty, L., Weinstock-Guttman, B., i Benedict, R. H. B. (2013). Influence of cognitive function on speech and articulation rate in multiple sclerosis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 19(2), 173–180. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1355617712001166

Turner, G. S., i Weismer, G. G. (1993). Characteristics of speaking rate in the dysarthria associated with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36(6), 1134–1144. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3606.1134

Trastorns de la producció de la parla: estudis fonètics experimentals sobre la qualitat de veu

Martínez Matos, H. (2008). Cualidad vocal y hendidura labiopalatina corregida: análisis acústico y audio- perceptivo. Boletín de Lingüística, 20(30), 88–105. https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=6435336

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Bastiaanse, R., i Prins, R. S. (2013). Aphasia. A L. Cummings (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders (p. 224–246). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108683.016

Poeck, K. (1993). Aphasia and apraxia. A G. Blanken, J. Dittmann, H. Grimm, J. C. Marshall i C.-W. Wallesch (Ed.), Linguistic disorders and pathology: An international handbook (p. 317–324). Walter de Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110203370

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Alajouanine, T., Ombredane, A., i Durand, M. (1939). Le syndrôme de désintegration phonétique dans l’aphasie. Masson.

Baker, E., Blumstein, S. E., i Goodglass, H. (1981). Interaction between phonological and semantic factors in auditory comprehension. Neuropsychologia, 19(1), 1–15. https://doi.org/10.1016/0028-3932(81)90039-7

Basso, A., Casati, G., i Vignolo, L. A. (1977). Phonemic identification defect in aphasia. Cortex, 13(1), 85–95. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0010-9452(77)80057-9

Bastiaanse, R., Gilbers, D., i van der Linde, K. (1994). Sonorant sustainment: A single case study of a rare phonemic deficit in aphasia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 8(1), 27–43. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209408985573

Bastiaanse, R., Gilbers, D., i van der Linde, K. (1994). Sonority substitutions in Broca’s and conduction aphasia. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 8(4), 247–255. https://doi.org/10.1016/0911-6044(94)90011-6

Blumstein, S. E. (1973). A phonological investigation of aphasic speech. Mouton. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110887433

I.– Phonological analysis of aphasic speech: 1.– Theoretical and historical perspectives; 2.– Methodology ; 3.– Bases for analysis ; 4.– Distinctive feature and markedness analysis; 5.– Contextual analysis of phonological errors ; 6.– Implications for aphasia ; II.– Implications for phonological theory: 7.– The distinctive feature framework; 8.– Some aspects of markedness; 9.– Distinctive and redundant features; 10.– Summary.

Blumstein, S. E. (1973). Some phonological implications of aphasic speech. A H. Goodglass i S. E. Blumstein (Ed.), Psycholinguistics and aphasia (p. 123–137). John Hopkins University Press.

Blumstein, S. E. (1981). Phonological aspects of aphasia. A M. T. Sarno (Ed.), Acquired aphasia (p. 157–186). Academic Press.

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Blanc-Janus, L. (2004). Phonetic/phonemic aspects of voicing deviations in apraxia of speech. Revue PArole, 31–32, 351–374.

Canter, G. J., Trost, J. E., i Burns, M. S. (1985). Contrasting speech patterns in apraxia of speech and phonemic paraphasia. Brain and Language, 24(2), 204–222. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934X(85)90131-2

Forrest, K., i Morrisette, M. L. (1999). Feature analysis of segmental errors in children with phonological disorders. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 42(1), 187–194. https://doi.org/10.1044/jslhr.4201.187

La Pointe, L. L., i Johns, D. F. (1875). Some phonemic characteristics in apraxia of speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, 8(3), 259–269. https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9924(75)90018-0

Liss, J. M. (1998). Error-revision in the spontaneous speech of apraxic speakers. Brain and Language, 62(3), 342–360. https://doi.org/10.1006/brln.1997.1907

Thoonen, G., Maasen, B., Gabreëls, F., i Schreuder, R. (1994). Feature analysis of singleton consonant errors in Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia (DVD). Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 37(6), 1424–1440. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3706.1424

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Apràxia: estudis fonètics experimentals

Auzou, P., Ozsancak, C., Morris, R. J., Jan, M., i Eustache, F. (2000). Voice Onset Time in aphasia, apraxia of speech and dysarthria: A review. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 14(2), 131–150. https://doi.org/10.1080/026992000298878

Baqué, L. (2020). How do persons with apraxia of speech deal with morphological stress in Spanish? A preliminary study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 34(1–2), 131–168. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2019.1622155

Baqué, L. (2020). «¿Yo hablo o él/ella habló?» ¿Cómo contrarrestar la tendencia al «equal stress» en la apraxia del habla para marcar las diferencias acentuales entre formas verbales en español? Pragmalingüística, (2), 10–29. https://doi.org/10.25267/Pragmalinguistica.2020.iextra2.01

Cardoso, B., i Reis, C. (2011). A prosódia na fala de indivíduos com transtorno: procedimento, resultados e possíveis aplicações. Anais do III Colóquio Brasileiro de Prosódia da Fala, 1, 1–3. Consultat a http://www.periodicos.letras.ufmg.br/index.php/anais_coloquio/article/view/1197

Collins, M., Rosenbek, J. C., i Wertz, R. T. (1983). Spectrographic analysis of vowel and word duration in apraxia of speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 26(2), 224–230. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2602.224

Duffy, J. R., i Gawle, C. A. (1984). Apraxic speakers’ vowel duration in consonant-vowel-consonant syllables. A J. C. Rosenbek, M. McNeil i A. Aronson (Ed.), Apraxia of speech: Physiology, acoustic, linguistics, management (p. 167–196). College Hill Press.

Freeman, F. J., Sands, E. S., i Harris, K. S. (1978). Temporal coordination of phonation and articulation in a case of verbal apraxia: A Voice Onset Time study. Brain and Language, 6(1), 106–111. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934X(78)90048-2

Hardcastle, W. J., i Edwards, S. (1992). EPG-based description of apraxic speech errors. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 287–329). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.09har

Itoh, M., Sasanuma, S., Hirose, H., Yoshioka, H., i Ushijima, T. (1980). Abnormal articulatory dynamics in a patient with apraxia of speech: X-ray microbeam observation. Brain and Language, 11(1), 66–75. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934X(80)90110-8

Jacks, A. (2009). Acoustic correlates of prosodic abnormality in acquired apraxia of speech. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 19(3), 83–89. https://doi.org/10.1044/nnsld19.3.83

Kent, R. D., i Kim, Y. J. (2003). Toward an acoustic typology of motor speech disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(6), 427–445. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000086248

Kent, R. D., i Rosenbeck, J. C. (1982). Prosodic disturbance and neurologic lesion. Brain and Language, 15(2), 259–291. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934x(82)90060-8

Kent, R. D., i Rosenbeck, J. C. (1983). Acoustic patterns of apraxia of speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 26, 231–249. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2602.231

Liss, J. M., i Weismer, G. G. (1994). Selected acoustic characteristics of contrastive stress production in control geriatric, apraxic and ataxic dysarthric speakers. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 8(1), 45–66. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209408985574

Marczyk, A., i Machuca, M. J. (2018). Temporal control in the voicing contrast: Evidence from surgery-related apraxia of speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 32(2), 148–165. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2017.1334091

Marczyk, A., Meynadier, Y., i Solé, M.-J. (2018). Prénasalisation des plosives initiales comme une stratégie de voisement dans un cas d’apraxie de la parole: une étude aérodynamique. A XXXIIe Journées d’Études sur la Parole. 4-8 June 2018, Aix-en-Provence, France (p. 676–684). ISCA Archive. https://www.isca-speech.org/archive_v0/JEP_2018/abstracts/192928.html

Marczyk, A., Meynadier, Y., Gaydina, Y., i Solé, M.-J. (2018). Dynamic acoustic evidence of nasalization as a compensatory mechanism for voicing in Spanish apraxic speech. A Q. Fang, J. Dang, P. Perrier, J. Wei, L. Wang i N. Yan (Ed.), Sudies on speech production: 11th International Seminar, ISSP 2017. Tianjin, China, October 16-19, 2017 (p. 225–236). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-00126-1_20

McKechnie, J., Ballard, K. J., Robin, D. A., Jacks, A., Palethorpe, S., i Rosen, K. M. (2008). An acoustic typology of apraxic speech: Toward reliable diagnosis. INTERSPEECH 2008 – 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association. Brisbane, Australia, September 22-26, 2008 (p. 2213). ISCA Archive. https://www.isca-speech.org/archive/interspeech_2008/mckechnie08_interspeech.html

Melle, N., i Gallego, C. (2012). Differential diagnosis between apraxia and dysarthria based on acoustic analysis. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 15(2), 495–504. https://doi.org/10.5209/rev_SJOP.2012.v15.n2.38860

Odell, K., McNeil, M. R., Rosenbek, J. C., i Hunter, L. (1991). Perceptual characteristics of vowel and prosody production in apraxic, aphasic, and dysarthric speakers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 34(1), 67–80. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3401.67

Trost, J. E., i Canter, G. J. (1974). Apraxia of speech in patients with Broca’s aphasia: A study of phoneme production accuracy and error patterns. Brain and Language, 1(1), 63–79. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934X(74)90026-1

Walton, J. H., i Pollock, K. E. (1993). Acoustic validation of vowel error patterns in developmental apraxia of speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(2), 95–111. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209308985547

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Berry, W. R. (Ed.). (1983). Clinical dysarthria. College Hill Press.

Darley, F. L., Aronson, A. E., i Brown, J. R. (1969). Differential diagnostic patterns of dysarthria. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 12(2), 246–269. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.1202.246

Duffy, J. R. (2004). Dysarthrias: Characteristics and classification. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), The MIT encyclopedia of communication disorders (p. 126–129). The MIT Press.

McNeil, M. R., Rosenbeck, J. C., i Aronson, A. E. (Ed.). (1984). The dysarthrias: Physiology, acoustics, perception, management. College Hill Press.

Murdoch, B. E. (2013). Acquired dysarthria. A L. Cummings (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders (p. 185–210). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108683.014

Peña-Casanova, J., Diéguez-Vide, F., i Bagunyà, J. (2014). Disartrias. A J. Peña-Casanova (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (4a ed., p. 527–560). Elsevier Masson.

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Ansel, B. M. (1987). Acoustic predictors of speech intelligibility in cerebral palsied-dysarthric adults. Indiana University Linguistics Club.

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Boutsen, F. R. (2006). Speech processes in dysarthria. A K. Brown (Ed.), Encyclopedia of language & linguistics (2a ed., p. 782–785). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b0-08-044854-2/02366-x

Brancal, M. F., i Ferrer, A. M. (1998). Análisis perceptual de las características del habla en personas afectadas de ataxias hereditarias. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 18(4), 213–224. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(98)75692-X

Darley, F. L., Aronson, A. E., i Brown, J. R. (1969). Clusters of deviant speech dimensions in the dysarthrias. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 12(3), 462–496. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.1203.462

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Kim, H., Martin, K., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. A., i Perlman, A. (2010). Frequency of consonant articulation errors in dysarthric speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24(10), 759–770. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2010.497238

Logemann, J. A., i Fisher, H. B. (1981). Vocal tract control in Parkinson’s disease: Phonetic feature analysis of misarticulations. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 46(4), 348–352. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.4604.348

Logemann, J. A., Fisher, H. B., Boshes, B., i Blonsky, E. R. (1978). Frequency and cooccurrence of vocal tract dysfunctions in the speech of a large sample of Parkinson patients. The Journal of speech and hearing disorders, 43(1), 47–57. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.4301.47

Odell, K., McNeil, M. R., Rosenbek, J. C., i Hunter, L. (1991). Perceptual characteristics of vowel and prosody production in apraxic, aphasic, and dysarthric speakers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 34(1), 67–80. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3401.67

Pinto, S., Ghio, A., Teston, B., i Viallet, F. (2010). La dysarthrie au cours de la maladie de Parkinson. Histoire naturelle de ses composantes : dysphonie, dysprosodie et dysarthrie. Revue Neurologique, 166(10), 800–810. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neurol.2010.07.005

Platt, L. J., Andrews, G., i Howie, P. M. (1980). Dysarthria of adult cerebral palsy II: Phonemic analysis of articulation errors. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 23(1), 41–55. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2301.41

Tikofsky, R. S. (1965). Phonetic characteristics of dysarthria: Final report. September 1, 1959 - August 31, 1965. University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, Department of Speech and Speech Clinic.

Weismer, G. G. (1984). Articulatory characteristics of Parkinsonian dysartria. A M. R. McNeil, J. C. Rosenbek i A. Aronson (Ed.), The dysarthrias: Physiology, acoustic, perception, management (p. 101–130). College Hill Press.

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✓ = Lectures recomanades

Ackermann, H., i Hertrich, I. (1993). Dysarthria in Friedreich’s ataxia: Timing of speech segments. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(1), 75–91. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209308985545

Ansel, B. M., i Kent, R. D. (1992). Acoustic-phonetic contrasts and intelligibility in the dysarthria associated with mixed cerebral palsy. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 35(2), 296–308. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3502.296

Azevedo, L. L., Cardoso, F., i Reis, C. (2003). Análise acústica da prosódia em mulheres com doença de Parkinson: efeito da Levodopa. Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria, 61(4), 995–998. https://doi.org/10.1590/S0004-282X2003000600020

Canter, G. J. (1963). Speech characteristics of patients with Parkinson’s disease: I. Intensity, pitch, and duration. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 28(3), 221–229. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.2803.221

Canter, G. J. (1965). Speech characteristics of patients with Parkinson’s disease: II. Physiological support for speech. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 30(1), 44–49. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.3001.44

Canter, G. J. (1965). Speech characteristics of patients with Parkinson’s disease: III. Articulation, diadochokinesis, and over-all speech adequacy. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 30(3), 217–224. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.3003.217

Chen, H., i Stevens, K. N. (2001). An acoustical study of the fricative /s/ in the speech of individuals with dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 44(6), 1300–1314. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2001/101)

Connaghan, K. P., i Patel, R. (2017). The impact of contrastive stress on vowel acoustics and intelligibility in dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(1), 38–50. https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_jslhr-s-15-0291

Delgado Hernández, J., i Izquierdo, L. (2016). Relación entre las pendientes del segundo formante y las alteraciones motoras del habla en la disartria. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 36(2), 71–76. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rlfa.2015.07.001

Farmer, A. (1977). Stop cognate production patterns in adult athetotic cerebral-palsied speakers. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 29(2), 154–162. https://doi.org/10.1159/000264084

Farmer, A. (1980). Voice onset time production in cerebral palsied speakers. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 32(4), 267–273. https://doi.org/10.1159/000264347

Fletcher, A. R., McAuliffe, M. J., Lansford, K. L., i Liss, J. M. (2017). Assessing vowel centralization in dysarthria: A comparison of methods. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 60(2), 341–354. https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_jslhr-s-15-0355

Gremy, F., Chevrie-Muller, C., i Garde, E. (1967). Étude phoniatrique clinique et instrumentale des dysarthries. Technique I : résultats chez les malades présentant un syndrome cérébelleux. Revue Neurologique, 116(5), 401–426.

Harel, B. T., Cannizzaro, M. S., Cohen, H., Reilly, N., i Snyder, P. J. (2004). Acoustic characteristics of Parkinsonian speech: A potential biomarker of early disease progression and treatment. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 17(6), 439–453. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneuroling.2004.06.001

Hernández Villoria, R. (2008). Una aplicación lingüística en el estudio clínico de la disartria: el análisis acústico de las vocales y los ejes cinéticos de la lengua. Lengua y Habla, 12, 51–63. http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/lenguayhabla/article/view/196

Hertrich, I., i Ackermann, H. (1993). Dysarthria in Friedreich’s ataxia: Syllable intensity and fundamental frequency contours. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(3), 177–190. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209308985556

Hertrich, I., i Ackermann, H. (2015). Acoustic analysis of speech prosody in Huntington’s and Parkinson’s disease: A preliminary report. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(4), 285–297. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209308985568

Hirose, H., Kiritani, S., Ushijima, T., i Sawashima, M. (1978). Analysis of abnormal articulatory dynamics in two dysarthric patients. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 43(1), 96–105. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.4301.96

Hirose, H., Kiritani, S., Ushijima, T., Yoshioka, H., i Sawashima, M. (1981). Patterns of dysarthric movements in patients with Parkinsonism. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 33(4), 204–215. https://doi.org/10.1159/000265595

Jones, H. N. (2009). Prosody in Parkinson’s disease. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, 19(3), 77–82. https://doi.org/10.1044/nnsld19.3.77

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✓ Kent, R. D., i Kim, Y. (2003). Toward an acoustic typology of motor speech disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(6), 427–445. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000086248

Kent, R. D., Kent, J. F., Weismer, G. G., Martin, R. E., Sufit, R. L., Brooks, B. R., i Rosenbek, J. C. (1989). Relationships between speech intelligibility and the slope of second-formant transitions in dysarthric subjects. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 3(4), 347–358. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699208908985295

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Kent, R. D., i Rosenbeck, J. C. (1982). Prosodic disturbance and neurologic lesion. Brain and Language, 15(2), 259–291. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934x(82)90060-8

Kent, R. D., Weismer, G. G., Kent, J. F., Vorperian, H. K., i Duffy, J. R. (1999). Acoustic studies of dysarthric speech: Methods, progress, and potential. Journal of Communication Disorders, 32(3), 141–186. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0021-9924(99)00004-0

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Kim, H., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. A., i Perlman, A. (2011). Vowel contrast and speech intelligibility in dysarthria. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 63(4), 187–194. https://doi.org/10.1159/000318881

Leanderson, R., Persson, A., i Öhman, S. E. G. (1970). Electromyographic studies of the function of the facial muscles in dysarthria. Acta Oto-Laryngologica, 69(sup263), 89–94. https://doi.org/10.3109/00016487009131528

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Liss, J. M., i Weismer, G. G. (1994). Selected acoustic characteristics of contrastive stress production in control geriatric, apraxic and ataxic dysarthric speakers. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 8(1), 45–66. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699209408985574

Liss, J. M., White, L., Mattys, S. L., Lansford, K., Lotto, A. J., Spitzer, S. M., i Caviness, J. N. (2009). Quantifying speech rhythm abnormalities in the dysarthrias. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 52(5), 1334–1352. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2009/08-0208)

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Mefferd, A. (2015). Articulatory-to-acoustic relations in talkers with dysarthria: A first analysis. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 58(3), 576–589. 10.1044/2015_JSLHR-S-14-0188

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Patel, R. (2003). Acoustic characteristics of the question-statement contrast in severe dysarthria due to cerebral palsy. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 46(6), 1401–1415. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2003/109)

Patel, R. (2004). The acoustics of contrastive prosody in adults with cerebral palsy. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 12(4), 189–193.

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Walton, J. H., i Pollock, K. E. (1993). Acoustic validation of vowel error patterns in developmental apraxia of speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 7(2), 95–111. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209308985547

Weismer, G. G. (1992). Formant trajectory characteristics of males with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 91(2), 1085–1098. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.402635

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Disàrtria: avaluació fonètica

Auzou, P., Ozsancak, C., Jan, M., Léonardon, S., Ménard, J. F., Gaillard, M. J., Eustache, F., i Hannequin, D. (1998). Clinical assessment of dysarthria: Presentation and validation of a method. Revue neurologique, 154(6–7), 523–530.

Bunton, K., Kent, R. D., Kent, J. F., i Rosenbek, J. C. (2000). Perceptuo-acoustic assessment of prosodic impairment in dysarthria. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 14(1), 13–24. https://doi.org/10.1080/026992000298922

Bunton, K., Kent, R. D., Duffy, J. R., Rosenbek, J. C., i Kent, J. F. (2007). Listener agreement for auditory- perceptual ratings of dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 50(6), 1481–1495. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2007/102)

Dahmani, H., Selouani, S.-A., O’Shaughnessy, D., Chetouani, M., i Doghmane, N. (2013). Assessment of dysarthric speech through rhythm metrics. Journal of King Saud University – Computer and Information Sciences, 25(1), 43–49. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jksuci.2012.05.005

Delgado Hernández, J. (2016). Medida de la severidad de la disartria atáxica a través del análisis acústico. Estudios de Fonética Experimental, 25, 149–166. https://raco.cat/index.php/EFE/article/view/319726

Delgado Hernández, J. (2017). Estudio piloto sobre los valores acústicos de las vocales en español como indicadores de la gravedad de la disartria. Revista de Neurología, 64(3), 105–111. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.6403.2016366

Enderby, P. (1980). Frenchay dysarthria assessment. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 15(3), 165–173. https://doi.org/10.3109/13682828009112541

Enderby, P., i Palmer, R. (2008). FDA-2: Frenchay Dysarthria Assessment (2a ed.). Pro-Ed.

Fracassi, A. S., Gatto, A. R., Weber, S., Spadotto, A. A., Ribeiro, P. W., i Schelp, A. O. (2011). Adaptação para a língua Portuguesa e aplicação de protocolo de avaliação das disartrias de origem central em pacientes com Doença de Parkinson. Revista CEFAC, 13(6), 1056–1065. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1516-18462011005000030

Gentil, M. (1992). Phonetic intelligibility testing in dysarthria for the use of French language clinicians. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 6(3), 179–189. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209208985529

Gili Fivela, B., Sallustio, V., Pede, S., i Patrocinio, D. (2021). Phonetic complexity, speech accuracy and intelligibility assessment of Italian dysarthric speech. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 2926–2930). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-1862

Hartelius, L., Svensson, P., i Bubach, A. (1993). Clinical assessment of dysarthria: Performance on a dysarthria test by normal adult subjects, and by individuals with Parkinson’s disease or with multiple sclerosis. Scandinavian Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, 18(4), 131–141. https://doi.org/10.3109/14015439309101359

Kent, R. D., Weismer, G. G., Kent, J. F., i Rosenbek, J. C. (1989). Toward phonetic intelligibility testing in dysarthria. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 54(4), 482–499. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.5404.482

Llau, M. J., i González Álvarez, J. (2004). Medida de la inteligibilidad en el habla disártrica. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 24(1), 33–43. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(04)75773-3

Ludlow, C. L., i Bassich, C. J. (1983). The results of acoustic and perceptual assessment of two types of dysarthria. A W. R. Berry (Ed.), Clinical dysarthria (p. 121–153). College Hill Press.

Melle, N. (2003). Disartria en el daño cerebral adquirido: hacia un método global de evaluación. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 23(1), 20–29. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(03)75740-4

Melle, N., i Gallego, C. (2012). Differential diagnosis between apraxia and dysarthria based on acoustic analysis. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 15(2), 495–504. https://doi.org/10.5209/rev_SJOP.2012.v15.n2.38860

Netsell, R. (1969). Evaluation of velopharyngeal function in dysarthria. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 34(2), 113–122. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.3402.113

Platt, L. J., Andrews, G., Young, M., i Neilson, P. D. (1978). The measurement of speech impairment of adults with cerebral palsy. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 30(1), 50–58. https://doi.org/10.1159/000264110

Singh, A., Epstein, E., Myers, L. M., Farmer, J. M., i Lynch, D. R. (2010). Clinical measures of dysarthria in Friedreich ataxia. Movement Disorders, 25(1), 108–111. https://doi.org/10.1002/mds.22776

Xue, W., van Hout, R., Boogmans, F., Ganzeboom, M., Cucchiarini, C., i Strik, H. (2021). Speech intelligibility of dysarthric speech: Human scores and acoustic-phonetic features. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 2911–2915). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-1189

Yorkston, K. M., Beukelman, D. R., i Traynor, C. (1984). Assessment of intelligibility of dysarthric speech. Pro-Ed.

Yorkston, K. M., Beukelman, D. R., Minifie, F. D., i Sapir, S. (1984). Assessment of stress patterning in dysarthric speakers. A M. R. McNeil, J. C. Rosenbek i A. E. Aronson (Ed.), The dysarthrias: Physiology, acoustic, perception, management (p. 131–162). College Hill Press.

Yorkston, K. M., Dowden, P. A., i Beukelman, D. R. (1992). Intelligibility measurement as a tool in the clinical management of dysarthric speakers. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 265–286). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.08yor

Principi

Trastorns de la fluïdesa

Trastorns de la fluïdesa: treballs generals

✓ = Lectures recomanades

Dalton, P., i Hardcastle, W. J. (1989). Disorders of fluency and their effects on communication (2a ed.). Cole and Whurr.

✓ Ford, M. (1993). Characteristics of hesitation phenomena. A G. Blanken, J. Dittmann, H. Grimm, J. C. Marshall i C.-W. Wallesch (Ed.), Linguistic disorders and pathology: An international handbook (p. 46–52). Walter de Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110113242

Myers, F. (1989). Dysfluency. A K. Grundy (Ed.), Linguistics in clinical practice (p. 224–241). Whurr.

Sangorrín, J. (2001). Disfemia. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 439–459). Masson.

Scaler Scott, K. (2013). Stuttering and cluttering. A L. Cummings (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders (p. 341–358). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108683.023

Tetnowski, J. A., i Scaler Scott, K. (2010). Fluency and fluency disorders. A J. S. Damico, N. Müller i M. J. Ball (Ed.), The handbook of language and speech disorders (p. 431–454). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444318975.ch19

Elements suprasegmentals: fluïdesa i disfluències

Trastorns de la fluïdesa: estudis fonètics

Estudis fonètics sobre els trastorns de la fluïdesa: disfèmia

Arbisi-Kelm, T., i Jun, S.-A. (2005). A comparison of disfluency patterns in normal and stuttered speech. A J. Véronis i E. Campione (Ed.), Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS’05). Aix-en-Provence, France, September 10-12, 2005 (p. 13–16). ISCA Archive. https://www.isca-speech.org/archive_open/diss_05/dis5_013.html

Healey, E. C. (1984). Fundamental frequency contours of stutterers’ vowels following fluent stop consonant productions. Folia Phoniatrica, 36(3), 145–151. https://doi.org/10.1159/000265732

Healey, E. C., i Gutkin, B. (1984). Analysis of stutterers’ voice onset times and fundamental frequency contours during fluency. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 27(2), 219–225. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2702.219

Hillman, R. E., i Gilbert, H. R. (1977). Voice onset time for voiceless stop consonants in the fluent reading of stutterers and nonstutterers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 61(2), 610–611. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.381308

Howell, P., i Vause, L. (1986). Acoustic analysis and perception of vowels in stuttered speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 79(5), 1571–1579. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.402449

Metz, D. E., Conture, E. G., i Caruso, A. (1979). Voice Onset Time, frication, and aspiration during stutterers’ fluent speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 22(3), 649–656. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.2203.649

Estudis fonètics sobre els trastorns de la fluïdesa: trastorns d’origen neurològic

Cordella, C., Dickerson, B. C., Quimby, M., Yunusova, Y., i Green, J. R. (2017). Slowed articulation rate is a sensitive diagnostic marker for identifying non-fluent primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology, 31(2), 241–260. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2016.1191054

García Meilán, J. J., Martínez Sánchez, F., Carro, J., López, D. E., Millian-Morell, L., i Arana, J. M. (2014). Speech in Alzheimer’s disease: Can temporal and acoustic parameters discriminate dementia? Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 37(5-6), 327–334. https://doi.org/10.1159/000356726

García Meilán, J. J., Martínez Sánchez, F., Martínez Nicolás, I., Llorente, T. E., i Carro, J. (2020). Changes in the rhythm of speech difference between people with nondegenerative mild cognitive impairment and with preclinical dementia. Behavioural Neurology, 2020, Article 4683573. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/4683573

Goberman, A. M., Blomgren, M., i Metzger, E. (2010). Characteristics of speech disfluency in Parkinson disease. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 23(5), 470–478. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneuroling.2008.11.001

Ivanova, O., García Meilán, J. J., Martínez Sánchez, F., Martínez Nicolás, I., Llorente, T. E., i Carcavilla, N. (2022). Discriminating speech traits of Alzheimer’s disease assessed through a corpus of reading task for Spanish language. Computer Speech & Language, 73, Article 101341. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.csl.2021.101341

Jokel, R., De Nil, L., i Sharpe, K. (2007). Speech disfluencies in adults with neurogenic stuttering associated with stroke and traumatic brain injury. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 15(3), 243–261.

Lee, H., Gayraud, F., Hirsh, F., i Barkat-Defradas, M. (2011). Speech dysfluencies in normal and pathological aging: A comparison between Alzheimer patients and healthy elderly subjects. A W.-S. Lee i E. Zee (Ed.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVII). Hong Kong, China, 17-21 August, 2011 (p. 1174–1177). City University of Hong Kong. https://www.internationalphoneticassociation.org/icphs-proceedings/ICPhS2011/OnlineProceedings/RegularSession/Lee,%20Hyeran/Lee,%20Hyeran.pdf

Martínez Sánchez, F., Meilán, J. J., García Sevilla, J., Carro, J., i Arana, J. M. (2013). Análisis de la fluencia lectora en pacientes con la enfermedad de Alzheimer y controles asintomáticos. Neurología, 28(6), 325–331. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nrl.2012.07.012

Martínez Sánchez, F., García Meilán, J. J., Vera, J. A., Carro, J., Pujante, I. M., Ivanova, O., i Carcavilla, N. (2017). Speech rhythm alterations in Spanish-speaking individuals with Alzheimer’s disease. Aging, Neuropsycology, and Cognition, 24(4), 418–434. https://doi.org/10.1080/13825585.2016.1220487

Matias, J. A., Suárez, P., Pytel, V., Cabrera, M. N., Moreno, T., Delgado Alonso, C., Delgado Álvarez, A., Matías, J., i Cuetos, F. (2020). Reading prosody in the non-fluent and logopenic variants of primary progressive aphasia. Cortex, 132, 63–78. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2020.08.013

Nevler, N., Ash, S., Irwin, D. J., Liberman, M., i Grossman, M. (2019). Validated automatic speech biomarkers in primary progressive aphasia. Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology, 6(1), 4–14. https://doi.org/10.1002/acn3.653

Pérez Sánchez, M. del C., González Nosti, M., Cuetos, F., Martínez, C., i Álvarez Cañizo, M. (2021). Reading fluency in Spanish patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Current Alzheimer Research, 18(3), 243–255. https://doi.org/10.2174/1567205018666210608102012

Rodríguez Fandiño, J. C., i Salazar, A. M. (2021). Análisis acústico en el diagnóstico del deterioro cognitivo: revisión sistemática de la literatura, 2008-2020. Revista de Ciencias de la Salud, 19(3), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.12804/revistas.urosario.edu.co/revsalud/a.9877

Romana, A., Bandon, J., Perez, M., Gutierrez, S., Richter, R., Roberts, A., i Mower Provost, E. (2021). Automatically detecting errors and disfluencies in read speech to predict cognitive impairment in people with Parkinson’s disease. Interspeech 2021. 30 August - 3 September, Brno, Czechia (p. 1907–1911). ISCA Archive. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2021-1694

Tapia, M., Quiroga, P., i Valdivieso, H. (2003). Producción de unidades lingüísticas y no lingüísticas en el habla de pacientes con enfermedad de Alzheimer. Anales de Psiquiatría, 19(8), 323–328.

Yairi, E., Gintautas, J., i Avent, J. R. (1981). Disfluent speech associated with brain damage. Brain and Language, 14(1), 49–56. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934x(81)90063-8

Pauses en les alteracions de la fluïdesa

Abou-Haidar, L. (2001). Pauses in speech by French speakers with Down Syndrome. Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS’01). ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop (ITRW). Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, August 29-31, 2001 (p. 33–36). ISCA Archive. https://www.isca-speech.org/archive_open/diss_01/dis1_033.html

Bóna, J. (2016). Characteristics of pausing in normal, fast and cluttered speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 30(11), 888–898. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2016.1188421

Figueroa, A. I., i Martínez Herrera, C. J. (2018). Las pausas en el discurso de personas con diagnóstico de esquizofrenia crónica y de primer episodio. Pragmalingüística, 26, 88–108.

Lalain, M., Mendonca-Alves, L., Espesser, R., Ghio, A., de Looze, C., i Reis, C. (2012). Lecture et prosodie chez l’enfant dyslexique, le cas des pauses. A L. Besacier i G. Lecouteux Benjamin et Sérasset (Ed.), Actes de la conférence conjointe JEP-TALN-RECITAL 2012: Vol. 1. JEP. Grenoble, France, 4-8 juin 2012 (p. 41–48). Association Francophone pour la Communication Parlée (AFCP); Association pour le Traitement Automatique des Langues (ATALA). https://aclanthology.org/F12-1006/

Smith, A. B., Hall, N. E., Tan, X., i Farrell, K. (2011). Speech timing and pausing in children with specific language impairment. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(2), 145–154. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2010.514969

Elements suprasegmentals: pauses

Pauses en les alteracions de la fluïdesa: trastorns d’origen neurològic

Angelopoulou, G., Kasselimis, D., Makrydakis, G., Varkanitsa, M., Roussos, P., Goutsos, D., Evdokimidis, I., i Potagas, C. (2018). Silent pauses in aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 114, 41–49. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.04.006

Baqué, L., Machuca, M. J., i Santos-Santos, M. Á. (2022). Estudio preliminar de variables temporales del habla continua en pacientes con síndromes neurodegenerativos del espectro degeneración lobar frontotemporal. Revista de Neurología, 74, 37–47. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.7402.2021197

Blonder, L. X., Pickering, J. E., Heath, R. L., Smith, C. D., i Butler, S. M. (1995). Prosodic characteristics of speech pre- and post-right hemisphere stroke. Brain and Language, 51(2), 318–335. https://doi.org/10.1006/brln.1995.1063

Davis, B. H., i Maclagan, M. (2009). Examining pauses in Alzheimer’s discourse. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Dementias, 24(2), 141–154. https://doi.org/10.1177/1533317508328138

Davis, B. H., i Maclagan, M. (2010). Pauses, fillers, placeholders and formulaicity in Alzheimer’s discourse: Gluing relationships as impairment increases. A N. Amiridze, B. H. Davis i M. Maclagan (Ed.), Fillers, pauses and placeholders (p. 189–216). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/tsl.93.09dav

Deloche, G., Jean-Louis, J., i Seron, X. (1979). Study of the temporal variables in the spontaneous speech of five aphasic patients in two situations, interview and description. Brain and Language, 8(2), 241–250. https://doi.org/10.1016/0093-934x(79)90052-x

Feenaughty, L., Tjaden, K., Benedict, R. H. B., i Weinstock-Guttman, B. (2013). Speech and pause characteristics in multiple sclerosis: A preliminary study of speakers with high and low neuropsychological test performance. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 27(2), 134–151. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2012.751624

Gayraud, F., Lee, H.-R., i Barkat-Defradas, M. (2011). Syntactic and lexical context of pauses and hesitations in the discourse of Alzheimer patients and healthy elderly subjects. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(3), 198–209. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2010.521612

Hammen, V. L., i Yorkston, K. M. (1996). Speech and pause characteristics following speech rate reduction in hypokinetic dysarthria. Journal of Communication Disorders, 29(6), 429–445. https://doi.org/10.1016/0021-9924(95)00037-2

Lofgren, M., i Hinzen, W. (2022). Breaking the flow of thought: Increase of empty pauses in the connected speech of people with mild and moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Communication Disorders, 97, Article 106214. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2022.106214

Pastoriza, P., Torre, I. G., Diéguez, F., Gómez Ruiz, I., Geladó, S., Bello, J., Ávila, A., Matías, J. A., Pytel, V., i Hernández Fernández, A. (2022). Speech pause distribution as an early marker for Alzheimer’s disease. Speech Communication, 136, 107–117. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.specom.2021.11.009

Pistono, A., Jucla, M., Barbeau, E., Saint-Aubert, L., Lemesle, B., Calvet, B., Köpke, B., Puel, M., i Pariente, J. (2016). Pauses during autobiographical discourse reflect episodic memory processes in early Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 50(3), 687–698. https://doi.org/10.3233/JAD-150408

Pistono, A., Pariente, J., Bézy, C., Lemesle, B., Le Men, J., i Jucla, M. (2019). What happens when nothing happens? An investigation of pauses as a compensatory mechanism in early Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychologia, 124, 133–143. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.12.018

Quinting, G. (1971). Hesitation phenomena in adult aphasic and normal speech. Mouton. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783111350912

1.– The problem; 2.– Subjects, apparatus and methodology; 3.– Two hesitation variables: Filled and unfilled pause; 4.– Concluding remarks.

Rodríguez, J. (2013). Las pausas en el discurso de individuos con demencia tipo Alzheimer: estudio de casos. Lengua y Habla, 17, 253–267. http://erevistas.saber.ula.ve/index.php/lenguayhabla/article/view/4568

Rodríguez, J., Martínez Matos, H., i Valles, B. (2015). Las pausas en el discurso de individuos con demencia tipo Alzheimer: estudio de casos. Revista de Investigación en Logopedia, 5(1), 40–59. https://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/RLOG/article/view/58619

Rosen, K. M., Kent, R. D., i Duffy, J. R. (2003). Lognormal distribution of pause length in ataxic dysarthria. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(6), 469–486. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000105345

Rosen, K., Murdoch, B., Folker, J., Vogel, A., Cahill, L., Delatycki, M., i Corben, L. (2010). Automatic method of pause measurement for normal and dysarthric speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24(2), 141–154. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699200903440983

Shriberg, L. D., Green, J. R., Campbell, T. F., Mcsweeny, J. L., i Scheer, A. R. (2003). A diagnostic marker for childhood apraxia of speech: The coefficient of variation ratio. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 17(7), 575–595. https://doi.org/10.1080/0269920031000138141

Shriberg, L. D., Strand, E. A., Fourakis, M., Jakielski, K. J., Hall, S. D., Karlsson, H. B., Mabie, H. L., McSweeny, J. L., Tilkens, C. M., i Wilson, D. L. (2017). A diagnostic marker to discriminate childhood apraxia of speech from speech delay: I. Development and description of the Pause Marker. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(4), S1096–S1117. https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_jslhr-s-15-0296

Shriberg, L. D., Strand, E. A., Fourakis, M., Jakielski, K. J., Hall, S. D., Karlsson, H. B., Mabie, H. L., McSweeny, J. L., Tilkens, C. M., i Wilson, D. L. (2017). A diagnostic marker to discriminate childhood apraxia of speech from speech delay: II. Validity studies of the Pause Marker. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(4), S1118–S1134. https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_jslhr-s-15-0297

Shriberg, L. D., Strand, E. A., Fourakis, M., Jakielski, K. J., Hall, S. D., Karlsson, H. B., Mabie, H. L., McSweeny, J. L., Tilkens, C. M., i Wilson, D. L. (2017). A diagnostic marker to discriminate childhood apraxia of speech from speech delay: IV. The Pause Marker Index. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60(4), S1153–S1169. https://doi.org/10.1044/2016_jslhr-s-16-0149

Tapia, M. (2003). Análisis de los enunciados producidos después de una pausa en la conversación de enfermos de Alzheimer y de senescentes normales. Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada, 41, 103–118.

Vieira, J. M., Barbosa, P. A., i Pegoraro-Krook, M. I. (2004). A pausa na produção da fala com comprometimento neurológico. Revista de Estudos da Linguagem, 12(2), 181–191. https://doi.org/10.17851/2237-2083.12.2.181-191

Yunusova, Y., Graham, N. L., Shellikeri, S., Phuong, K., Kulkarni, M., Rochon, E., Tang-Wai, D. F., Chow, T. W., Black, S. E., Zinman, L. H., i Green, J. R. (2016). Profiling speech and pausing in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). PLoS ONE, 11(1), 1–18. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0147573

Zeches, J. T., i Yorkston, K. M. (1995). Pause structure in narratives of neurologically impaired and control subjects. Clinical Aphasiology, 23, 155–163. http://eprints-prod-05.library.pitt.edu/id/eprint/197

Pauses en les alteracions de la fluïdesa: trastorns de l’audició

Bochner, J. H., Barefoot, S. M., i Johnson, B. A. (1987). Pausing in the speech of deaf young adults. Journal of Phonetics, 15(4), 323–333. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0095-4470(19)30584-4

Percepció i avaluació de la fluïdesa

Feyereisen, P., Pillon, A., i de Partz, M.-P. (1991). On the measures of fluency in the assessment of spontaneous speech production by aphasic subjects. Aphasiology, 5(1), 1–21. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687039108248516

Feyereisen, P., Verbeke-Dewitte, C., i Seron, X. (1986). On fluency measures in aphasic speech. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 8(4), 393–404. https://doi.org/10.1080/01688638608401329

Gordon, J. K. (1998). The fluency dimension in aphasia. Aphasiology, 12(7-8), 673–688. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687039808249565

Klopfenstein, M., Bernard, K., i Heyman, C. (2020). The study of speech naturalness in communication disorders: A systematic review of the literature. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 34(4), 327–338. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699206.2019.1652692

Park, H., Rogalski, Y., Rodriguez, A. D., Zlatar, Z., Benjamin, M., Harnish, S., Bennett, J., Rosenbek, J. C., Crosson, B., i Reilly, J. (2011). Perceptual cues used by listeners to discriminate fluent from nonfluent narrative discourse. Aphasiology, 25(9), 998–1015. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.570770

Penttilä, N., Korpijaakko-Huuhka, A.-M., i Kent, R. D. (2018). Auditory-perceptual assessment of fluency in typical and neurologically disordered speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 61(5), 1086–1103. https://doi.org/10.1044/2018_jslhr-s-17-0326

Percepció de la parla en una segona llengua: percepció i avaluació de la fluïdesa

Principi

Trastorns de l’audició i de la percepció de la parla

Audiologia i audiometria

✓ = Lectures recomanades

Cervera, T. (2014). Elaboración de una versión reducida de las listas de frases en español (vr-LFE) para evaluar la percepción del habla con ruido. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 34(1), 32–39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rlfa.2013.07.007

Cervera, T., i González Álvarez, J. (2011). Test of Spanish sentences to measure speech intelligibility in noise conditions. Behavioral Research Methods, 43(2), 459–467. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-011-0063-2

Cervera, T., i González Álvarez, J. (2010). Lists of Spanish sentences with equivalent predictability, phonetic content, length and frequency of the last word. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 111(2), 517–529. https://doi.org/10.2466/28.PMS.111.5.517-529

Cuchí, A. (1993). Interpretación de los tests de audiometría vocal: conclusiones patológicas. La audiometría vocal y otros temas audioprotésicos: transcripción de ponencias del II y III «Audiosymposium de verano» (p. 33–38). LAEM.

de Cárdenas, M. R., i Marrero, V. (2013). Audiometría verbal. A E. Salesa, E. Perelló i A. Bonavida (Ed.), Tratado de audiología (2a ed., p. 103–125). Elsevier Masson.

de Cárdenas, M. R., Marrero, V., Quilis, A., i Rubio, L. (1991). Development of materials in Spanish for speech audiometry. A T. Sacristán, J. J. Álvarez-Vicent, J. Bartual, F. Antolí-Candela i L. Rubio (Ed.), Otorhinolaryngology, head and neck surgery: Proceedings of the XIV World Congress of Otorhino-laryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, Madrid, Spain, September 10-15, 1989 (Vol. 1, p. 1039–1042). Kugler & Ghedini.

Farran, R. (1993). Interpretación de los tests de audiometría vocal: conclusiones audioprotésicas. La audi- ometría vocal y otros temas audioprotésicos: transcripción de ponencias del II y III «Audiosymposium de verano» (p. 39–46). LAEM.

Gurlekian, J. A., Babnik, E., i Torres, H. M. (2008). Desarrollo de una prueba de inteligibilidad de habla en ambientes ruidosos para niños en edad escolar. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 28(3), 138–148. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0214-4603(08)70052-4

Hazan, V., Wilson, G., Howells, D., Miller, D., Abberton, E., i Fourcin, A. (1994). Speech pattern audiometry for clinical use. Speech, Hearing and Language: Work in progress, 8, 187–203.

Ianiszewski, A., Urrutia, G., García Montenegro, P., Quintana, M. J., i Peña, E. (2016). Elaboración y validación de una prueba de bisílabos dicóticos en español. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 36(2), 64–70. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rlfa.2015.06.003

Lancha de Lara, J. (1973). Audiometría vocal. Acta Otorrinolaringológica Española, 24, 157–252.

Landercy, A. (1985). Mesure de l’audition et la perception de la parole. Revue de Phonétique Appliquée, 73–74–75, 147–154.

Lorenzo, F. (2012). Exploración audiométrica y adaptación de prótesis auditivas (5a ed.). CEPE.

Nociones básicas de física acústica; Elementos anatomofisiológicos de la audición; Teorías sobre la fisiología coclear; Estudio audiométrico; La impedanciometría; Detección de sorderas simuladas; Adaptación de prótesis auditivas; El implante coclear.

Marrero, V. (2016). La percepción del habla en ruido: estudio experimental sobre una aplicación para la evaluación audiológica infantil. Revista Española de Lingüística, 45(1), 129–151. http://revista.sel.edu.es/index.php/revista/article/view/94

Marrero, V., i Martín Quilis, Y. (2002). Discriminación auditiva de los rasgos distintivos acústicos en palabras aisladas: oídos normales y patológicos. A J. Díaz García (Ed.), Actas del II Congreso de Fonética Experimental / Proceedings of the II Congress of Experimental Phonetics. Sevilla, 5, 6 y 7 de marzo de 2001 (p. 258–266). Universidad de Sevilla, Facultad de Filología, Laboratorio de Fonética.

Marrero, V., Rodríguez Cruz, M. J., i Igualada, A. (2013). Los efectos del ruido sobre la percepción del habla: aplicaciones audiométricas. A M. A. Penas (Ed.), Panorama de la fonética española actual (p. 367–400). Arco/Libros.

Marrero, V., de Santos, A., i de Cárdenas, M. R. (1994). Feature discrimination and pure tone audiometry. A R. Aulanko i A.-M. Korpijaakko-Huuhka (Ed.), Proceedings of the third Congress of the International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistic Association. 9-11 August 1993, Helsinki (p. 121–128). University of Helsinki.

✓ Martin, M. (Ed.). (2006). Speech audiometry (2a ed.). Wiley.

1.– Basic properties of speech (R. Wright); 2.– Towards a theory of speech audiometry tests (P. Lyregaard); 3.– Speech tests in quiet and noise as a measure of auditory processing (M. E Lutman); 4.– Speech tests as measures of auditory processing (S. Gatehouse, K. Robinson); 5.– Equipment for speech audiometry and its calibration (T. Sherwood, H. Fuller); 6.– Ensuring reliability and comparability of speech audiometry in Germany (K. Brinkmann, U. Richter); 7.– Speech audiometry for differential diagnosis (P. Evans); 8.– The uses and misues of speech audiometry in rehabilitation (R. Green); 9.– Speech tests for hearing for children (A. Markides); 10.– Speech perception tests for profoundly deaf listeners (V. Hazan); 11.– Testing visual and auditory-visual speech perception (G. Plant); 12.– Speech audiometry in the USA (B. Kruger, F. M Kruger); 13.– The Swedish approach to speech audiometry (S. Arlinger, B. Hagerman); 14.– Speech audiometry in Australia (J. Bench); 15.– Speech tests at the National Acoustic Laboratories (P. Dermody, K. Lee); 16.– Speech tests in some languages other than English (J. Knight).

Martínez Sanjosé, J. (2001). Prótesis auditivas. A J. Peña (Ed.), Manual de logopedia (3a ed., p. 211–237). Masson.

Moreno-Torres, I., Madrid, S., i Moruno, E. (2013). Prueba repetición de oraciones para niños de 24 a 48 meses (PRO-24): estudio piloto con niños típicos y niños sordos con implante coclear. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatría y Audiología, 33(1), 25–35. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rlfa.2012.10.003

de Quirós, J. B., i D’Elia, N. (1980). La audiometría del adulto y del niño (2a ed.). Paidós.

de Quirós, J. B., i D’Elia, N. (1982). Introducción a la audiometría. Paidós.

Sala, L. P. (2012). Una nueva mirada sobre las listas de palabras fonéticamente balanceadas [Treball de Fi de Grau, Universidad FASTA]. REDI, Biblioteca UFASTA. http://redi.ufasta.edu.ar:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/185

Serra, M. (1971). Lista de palabras equilibradas fonéticamente para la audiometría vocal en lengua catalana. Acta Otorrinolaringológica Iberoamericana, 12(2), 193–195.

Tato, J. M., Lorente, F., i Bello, J. A. (1949). Características acústicas de nuestro idioma. Revista Otolaringológica, 1, 17–34.

Villalba, A., Fernández Mora, J. A., i Ros, V. (1999). Listas de palabras para evaluar la percepción del lenguaje oral en niños sordos e hipoacúsicos. Acta Otorrinolaringológica Española, 50(2), 151–157.

Yglesias, A., García López, C., i Narbona, J. (2012). Test de escucha dicótica para niños hispanohablantes: validación de unas nuevas series de pares de palabras y de sílabas en castellano. Revista de Neurología, 55(3), 137–147. https://doi.org/10.33588/rn.5503.2012052

Materials en català i en castellà per a audiometries verbals

de Cárdenas, M. R., i Marrero, V. (1994). Cuaderno de logoaudiometría. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

de Cárdenas, M. R., i Marrero, V. (1994). Cuaderno de logoaudiometría: guía de referencia rápida. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

Fernández Planas, A. M., Marro, S., Roseano, P., Calvo, P., Elvira, W., i Clavería, M. A. (2017). Logoaudiometries infantils en català oriental central. Horsori.

Tolosa, F., Montoya, B., Dols, N., i Ramis, M. M. (2000). Material lingüístic en català per a exploracions logoaudiomètriques (central, valencià i balear). Edicions de la Universitat de les Illes Balears; Govern de les Illes Balears, Conselleria d’Educació i Cultura.

Widex Audífonos. (1993). Audiometría vocal. Prueba de intelibigilidad. Discriminación acústica. Confusión consonántica. Listas elaboradas por el Departamento de Filología Española de la UAB – J. M. Garrido y J. Llisterri. Medida del poder separador temporal Test Leman-Renard. Elaborado por el Dr. Leman y X. Renard. Locutor: J. Royo [CD]. Widex Audífonos.

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Trastorns de l’audició

Trastorns de l’audició: treballs generals

Ackley, R. S. (2013). Hearing disorders. A L. Cummings (Ed.), The Cambridge handbook of communication disorders (p. 359–380). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139108683.024

Bamford, J., i Saunders, E. (1991). Hearing impairment, auditory perception and language disability (2a ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

1.– Auditory and speech perception in the normally hearing adult: An overview; 2.– Development of auditory and speech perception: An overview; 3.– Development of language in the normally hearing child: An overview; 4.– Hearing disorders in children: An overview; 5.– Auditory perception in sensorineural hearing loss; 6.– Language disability and sensorineural hearing loss; 7.– Fluctuating conductive hearing loss; 8.– Reading disability in sensorineural hearing loss; 9.– Unilateral hearing loss; 10.– Central auditory dysfunction.

Gajic, K., i Morant, A. (2010). Sordera y comunicación: metodología verbotonal e implante coclear. Aljibe.

Jiménez Torres, M. G., i López Sánchez, M. (Coord.). (2009). Deficiencia auditiva: evaluación, intervención y recursos psicopedagógicos (2a ed.). CEPE.

I.– Anatomo-fisiología de la audición. Etiología y patologías auditivas; II.– Clasificación de las deficiencias auditivas. Aspectos audiológicos; III.– El desarrollo comunicativo lingüístico; IV.– Desarrollo cognitivo; V.– Desarrollo afectivo social; VI.– La evaluación psicológica del deficiente auditivo; VII.– La evaluación de la competencia curricular, del estilo de aprendizaje y contexto escolar; VIII.– Evaluación del contexto socio-familar; IX.– Evaluación de la voz y de los aspectos fonético-fonológicos; X.– Evaluación morfosintáctica; XI.– Evaluación léxico-semántica y pragmática; XII.– Prótesis auditivas. Aros magnéticos. FM. Suvag. Implantes cocleares; XIII.– La tarjeta de visualización del habla VISHA; XIV.– El método verbotonal; XV.– El método bimodal; XVI.– Lengua española de signos y educación bilingüe; XVII.– La palabra complementada: su aportación al desarrollo del lenguaje oral y escrito en los sordos profundos; XVIII.– Atención temprana del bebé sordo; XIX.– Intervención logopédica en niños tras el implante coclear; XX.– Modalidades de escolarización. Tipos de centros; XXI.– La acción tutorial en la deficiencia auditiva; XXII.– Funciones y competencias de los distintos especialistas que intervienen en la atención educativa de los sujetos con déficit auditivo; XXIII.– Necesidades educativas específicas del deficiente auditivo; XXIV.– Las adaptaciones curriculares de los alumnos con discapacidad auditiva. Aspectos generales; XXV.– Las adaptaciones curriculares individuales de los alumnos con discapacidad auditiva.

Markides, A. (1983). The speech of hearing-impaired children. Manchester University Press.

I.– Historical and research base: 1.– The teaching of speech: Historical developments; 2.– Major studies relating to the speech of deaf children; II.– Speech attainments and speech disorders: 3. Articulatory features; 4.– Prosodic features; 5.– Speech intelligibility; 6.– Speech assessment; 7.– National survey on the speech intelligibility of hearing-impaired children; III.– Speech for the hearing-impaired child: 8.– Speech development and speech perceptual processes: Hearing children; 9.– Speech development and speech perceptual processes: Hearing-impaired children; 10.– The delivery system: Principles, objectives and strategies; Concluding remarks.

Osberger, M. J. (1992). Speech intelligibility in the hearing impaired: Research and clinical implications. A R. D. Kent (Ed.), Intelligibility in speech disorders: Theory, measurement and management (p. 233–264). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/sspcl.1.07osb

Sataloff, J., i Sataloff, R. T. (2005). Hearing loss (4a ed.). CRC Press. https://doi.org/10.1201/b21609

1.– Hearing loss: An overview (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 2.– The physics of sound (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 3.– The nature of hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 4.– The otologic history and physical examination (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 5.– Classification and measurement of hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 6.– The audiogram (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 7.– Special hearing tests (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 8.– Auditory-evoked phenomena: Theory and clinical applications (Mark T. Agrama, Robert T. Sataloff, Thomas O. Willcox); 9.– Conductive hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 10.– Sensorineural hearing loss: Diagnostic criteria (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 11.– Sudden sensorineural hearing loss (Jeffrey M. Zimmerman, Robert T. Sataloff); 12.– Mixed, central, and functional hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 13.– Systemic causes of hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 14.– Occupational hearing loss (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff, Tracy M. Virag); 15.– Hearing loss in children (Tracy M. Virag, Mary Hawkshaw, Robert T. Sataloff); 16.– Hearing loss: Handicap and rehabilitation (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff, Tracy M. Virag, Caren Sokolov); 17.– Hearing protection devices (Sandra Markowitz, Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); 18.– Tinnitus (Robert T. Sataloff); 19.– Dizziness (Robert T. Sataloff); 20.– Facial paralysis (Robert T. Sataloff, Mary Hawkshaw); 21.– Squamus call carcinoma of temporal bone (Mikhail Waysberg, Robert T. Sataloff); 22.– Sarcomas of the temporal bone (Brian A. Neff, Robert T. Sataloff); 23.– Implications of nutraceutical modulation of glutathione with cystine and cysteine in general health and otology (Thomas A. Kwyer, Gustavo Bounous, Robert T. Sataloff); 24.– Hearing in dogs (D. Caroline Coile); 25.– Tables summarizing differential diagnosis (Robert T. Sataloff, Joseph Sataloff); Appendix 1.– Anatomy of the ear; Appendix 2.– Otopathology; Appendix 3.– Otoscleroris, Paget’s disease, and osteogenesis imperfecta involving the ear; Appendix 4.– Neurofibromatosis.

Trastorns de l’audició: estudis fonètics i fonològics

Abraham, S. (1989). Using a phonological framework to describe speech errors of orally trained, hearing-impaired school-agers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 54(4), 600–609. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.5404.600

van Beinum, F. J., i Doppen, L. (2003). Comparing utterance structures of deaf and hearing infants. Proceedings of the Institute of Phonetic Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 25, 43–52. https://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/archive/2003/Proc25BeinumDoppen.pdf

Buitrago, K. J., Cortés de Alvarado, D., Diago, M. J., Herrara, L. F., Parra, S. X., i Rodríguez Alvira, C. M. (2007). Identificación y cuantificación de procesos fonológicos en niños con paladar hendido e hipoacusia conductiva. Areté, 7(1), 64–73. https://arete.ibero.edu.co/article/view/504/

Dodd, B. J., i So, L. K. H. (1994). The phonological abilities of Cantonese-speaking children with hearing loss. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 37(3), 671–679. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.3703.671

Lane, H., i Webster, J. W. (1991). Speech deterioration in postlingually deafened adults. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 89(2), 859–866. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.1894647

Madrid, S., i Moreno-Torres, I. (2014). Producción fonológica en el niño sordo con implante coclear prelocutivo. A A. Hidalgo, C. Hernández Sacristán i F. J. Cantero (Ed.), La fonética como ámbito interdisciplinar: estudios de fonopragmática, fonética aplicada y otras interfaces (p. 47–70). Universitat de València. https://ojs.uv.es/index.php/qfilologia/article/view/5186

Monsen, R. B. (1976). Normal and reduced phonological space in the production of vowels by deaf adolescents. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 59(S1), S86. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.2002937

Moreno-Torres, I., Torres, S., i Santana, R. (2008). La investigación lingüística en audiología: estudio de caso de un niño sordo con implante coclear y Trastorno de Atención. Actas del VIII Congreso de Lingüística General. Madrid, 25-28 de junio de 2008 (p. 1412–1429). Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. http://www.lllf.uam.es/clg8/actas/resumen/paperCLG82.html

Moruno, E. (2016). Desarrollo del lenguaje en niños con implante coclear: diseño de un corpus y su aplicación al estudio de la fonología [Tesi doctoral, Universidad de Málaga]. Repositorio Institucional de la Universidad de Málaga (RIUMA). http://hdl.handle.net/10630/13130

Nittrouer, S., i Burton, L. T. (2005). The role of early language experience in the development of speech perception and phonological processing abilities: Evidence from 5-year-olds with histories of otitis media with effusion and low socioeconomic status. Journal of Communication Disorders, 38(1), 29–63. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2004.03.006

Peterson, N. R., Pisoni, D. B., i Miyamoto, R. T. (2010). Cochlear implants and spoken language processing abilities: Review and assessment of the literature. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 28(2), 237–250. https://doi.org/10.3233/RNN-2010-0535

Teoh, A. P., i Chin, S. B. (2009). Transcribing the speech of children with cochlear implants: Clinical application of narrow phonetic transcriptions. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 18(4), 388–401. https://doi.org/10.1044/1058-0360(2009/08-0076)

Waldstein, R. S. (1990). Effects of postlingual deafness on speech production: Implications for the role of auditory feedback. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 88(5), 2099–2114. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.400107

Trastorns de l’audició: estudis fonètics experimentals

Abberton, E., Hazan, V., i Fourcin, A. (1990). The development of contrastiveness in profoundly deaf children’s speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 4(3), 209–220. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699209008985483

Angelocci, A. A., Kopp, G. A., i Holbrook, A. (1964). The vowel formants of deaf and normal-hearing eleven- to fourteen-year-old-boys. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 29(2), 156–160. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshd.2902.156

Baum, S. R., i Waldstein, R. S. (1991). Perseveratory coarticulation in the speech of profoundly hearing-impaired and normally hearing children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 34(6), 1286–1292. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.406281

Blamey, P. J., i Clark, G. M. (1990). Place coding of vowel formants for cochlear implant patients. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 88(2), 667–673. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.399770

Bochner, J. H., Barefoot, S. M., i Johnson, B. A. (1987). Pausing in the speech of deaf young adults. Journal of Phonetics, 15(4), 323–333. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0095-4470(19)30584-4

Chin, S. B., Bergeson, T. R., i Phan, J. (2012). Speech intelligibility and prosody production in children with cochlear implants. Journal of communication disorders, 45(5), 355–366. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2012.05.003

Coimbra, B. M. M. (2009). Produção de fala em crianças surdas com implante coclear [Tesi de màster, Universidade de Aveiro]. Repositório Institucional da Universidade de Aveiro. http://hdl.handle.net/10773/3297

Cukier, S., i de Camargo, Z. A. (2005). Abordagem da qualidade vocal em um falante com deficiência auditiva: aspectos acústicos relevantes do sinal de fala. Revista CEFAC, 7(1), 93–101. https://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=169320490013

Domínguez, C. (1988). Discriminación auditiva de las oclusivas y fricativas del español en los niños normales y en diferentes grupos de patologías. Estudios de Fonética Experimental, 3, 71–110. https://raco.cat/index.php/EFE/article/view/144223

Dorman, M. F., Soli, S., Dankowski, K., Smith, L. M., McCandless, G., i Parkin, J. (1990). Acoustic cues for consonant identification by patients who use the Ineraid cochlear implant. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 88(5), 2074–2079. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.400104

Ertmer, D. J., i Goffman, L. (2011). Speech production accuracy and variability in young cochlear implant recipients: Comparisons with typically developing age-peers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54(1), 177–189. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2010/09-0165)

Fourcin, A., Abberton, E., Richardson, K., i Shaw, T. (2011). Aspects of voice measurement with young users of cochlear implants. Seminars in Hearing, 32(1), 42–52. https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0031-1271947

Gilbert, H. R., i Campbell, M. I. (1978). Voice Onset Time in the speech of hearing-impaired individuals. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 30(1), 67–81. https://doi.org/10.1159/000264112

Gordon-Salant, S. M. (1983). Speech competition effects on synthetic stop-vowel perception by normal and hearing-impaired listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 73(5), 1756–1765. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.389400

Guerrero, H. A., Mondain, M., Amy, B., Serrafero, P., Trottier, C., i Barkat-Defradas, M. (2013). Acoustic, aerodynamic, and perceptual analyses of the voice of cochlear-implanted children. Journal of Voice, 27(4), 523.e1–523.e17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvoice.2013.03.005

Hazan, V., Fourcin, A., i Abberton, E. (1991). Development of phonetic labeling in hearing-impaired children. Ear and Hearing, 12(1), 71–84. https://doi.org/10.1097/00003446-199102000-00010

Herman, R., i Clopper, C. G. (1999). Perception and production of intonational contrasts in an adult cochlear implant user. Research on Spoken Language Processing. Progress Report, 23, 301–323. http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.565.5058

Kirk, K. I. (1992). The use of static and dynamic vowel cues by multichannel cochlear implant users. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 91(6), 3487–3498. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.402838

Leek, M. R. (1987). Minimum spectral contrast for vowel identification by normal-hearing and hearing-impaired listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 81(1), 148–154. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.395024

Lenden, J. M., i Flipsen, P. (2007). Prosody and voice characteristics of children with cochlear implants. Journal of Communication Disorders, 40(1), 66–81. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2006.04.004

Liker, M., Mildner, V., i Šindija, B. (2007). Acoustic analysis of the speech of children with cochlear implants: A longitudinal study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 21(1), 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200400026991

Loizou, P. C., i Poroy, O. (2001). Minimum spectral contrast needed for vowel identification by normal hearing and cochlear implant listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 110(3), 1619–1627. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.1388004

McGarr, N. S. (1976). Relationship between pitch deviancy and intelligibility of deaf children’s speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 59(S1), S86. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.2002936

Monsen, R. B. (1974). Durational aspects of vowel production in the speech of deaf children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 17(3), 386–398. https://doi.org/10.1044/jshr.1703.386

Nakata, T., Trehub, S. E., i Kanda, Y. (2012). Effect of cochlear implants on children’s perception and production of speech prosody. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131(2), 1307–1314. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.3672697

Neumeyer, V., Harrington, J., i Draxler, C. (2010). An acoustic analysis of the vowel space in young and old cochlear-implant speakers. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24(9), 734–741. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2010.491173

O’Halpin, R. (2001). Intonation issues in the speech of hearing impaired children: Analysis, transcription and remediation. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 15(7), 529–550. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699200110078131

Okalidou, A., i Harris, K. S. (1999). A comparison of intergestural patterns in deaf and hearing adult speakers: Implications from an acoustic analysis of disyllables. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 106(1), 394–410. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.427064

Peng, S.-C., Tomblin, J. B., Spencer, L. J., i Hurtig, R. R. (2007). Imitative production of rising speech intonation in pediatric cochlear implant recipients. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 50(5), 1210–1227. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2007/085)

Peng, S.-C., Tomblin, J. B., Spencer, L. J., i Hurtig, R. R. (2007). Imitative production of rising speech intonation in pediatric cochlear implant recipients. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 50(5), 1210–1227. https://doi.org/10.1044/1092-4388(2007/085)

Perkell, J. S., Lane, H., Svirsky, M., i Webster, J. (1992). Speech of cochlear implant patients: A longitudinal study of vowel production. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 91(5), 2961–2978. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.402932

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Altozano, M., i González Espinosa, A. (2013). Cono-fonos: 2. Pregunto a las letras. GEU.

Altozano, M., i González Espinosa, A. (2014). Cono-fonos: 3. ¡Sé leer y escribir! GEU.

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Berruecos, M. P. (1997). Cómo articular la ese: cuaderno 2. Ediciones Científicas La Prensa Médica Mexicana.

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Bustos, I. (1994). Imágenes para el entrenamiento fonético. CEPE.

Bustos, I. (1995). Discriminación auditiva y logopedia: manual de ejercicios de recuperación (8a ed.). CEPE.

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Bustos, I. (2001). Palabra: discriminación fonética y fonológica. ICCE.

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Campo, E., i Romero, M. d. C. (2012). Abecedario de los fonemas: programa de intervención articulatoria. EOS.

Carrillo, A., i Carrera, C. (2012). Programa de habilidades metafonológicas (6a ed.). CEPE.

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Cecilia, A. (2010). Aprendiendo a oír: manual práctico de educación auditiva para la adaptación de prótesis e implantes cocleares (2a ed.). CEPE.

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Cervera, J. F., i Ygual, A. (s. d.). Ocas metafonológicas. Aquari.

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Gispert, D., i Ribas, L. (2002). Els sons entremaliats: la LL. Edicions l’Àlber.

Gispert, D., i Ribas, L. (2002). Els sons entremaliats: la RR. Edicions l’Àlber.

Gispert, D., i Ribas, L. (2002). Els sons entremaliats: la S. Edicions l’Àlber.

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