Speech, Hearing, and Reading Disorders
The broad area of biofeedback application considered in this section includes work on stuttering (Guitar, 1975; Hanna, Wifling, & McNeil, 1975; Lanyon, Barrington, & Newman, 1976; Treon & Tamayo, 1974; Cross, 1977; Lanyon, 1977), voice quality and intensity (Brody, Nelson, & Brody, 1975; Daly & Johnson, 1974), dysarthia (Netsell & Cleeland, 1973), tinnitus (Grossan, 1976; House, 1978; House, Miller, & House, 1977), teaching speech to the deaf (Nickerson & Stevens, 1973), and nonclinical studies on subvocalization during reading (Hardyck, Petrinovich, & Ellsworth, 1966; Hardyck & Petrinovich, 1969; Aarons, 1971).
KeywordsVoice Quality Speech Rate Deaf Individual Biofeedback Therapy Biofeedback Treatment
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