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경직형 뇌성마비아동의 말명료도 및 말명료도와 관련된 말 평가 변인

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 Speech Evaluation Variables Related to Speech Intelligibility in Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy 
 박지은  ;  김향희  ;  신지철  ;  최홍식  ;  심현섭  ;  박은숙 
 Journal of the Korean Society of Speechc Sciences (말소리와 음성과학), Vol.2(4) : 193-212, 2010 
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Journal of the Korean Society of Speechc Sciences(말소리와 음성과학)
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spastic type of cerebral palsy ; evaluation of speech sub-systems ; speech intelligibility
The purpose of our study was to provide effective speech evaluation items examining the variables of speech that successfully predict the speech intelligibility in CP children. The subjects were 55 children with spastic type cerebral palsy. As for the speech evaluation, we performed a speech subsystem evaluation and a speech intelligibility test. The results of the study are as follows. The evaluation task for the speech subsystems consisted of 48 task items within an observational evaluation stage and three levels of severity. The levels showed correlations with gross motor functions, fine motor functions, and age. Second, the evaluation items for the speech subsystems were rearranged into seven factors. Third, 34 out of 48 task items that positively correlated with the syllable intelligibility rating were as follows. There were four items in the observational evaluation stage. Among the nonverbal articulatory function evaluation items, there were 11 items in level one. There were 12 items in level two. In level three there were eight items. Fourth, there were 23 items among the 48 evaluation tasks that correlated with the sentence intelligibility rating. There was one item in the observational evaluation stage which was in the articulatory structure evaluation task. In level one there were six items. In level two, there were eight items. In level three, there was a total number of eight items. Fifth, there was a total number of 14 items that influenced the syllable intelligibility rating. Sixth, there was a total number of 13 items that influenced the syllable intelligibility rating. According to the results above, the variables that influenced the speech intelligibility of CP children among the articulatory function tasks were in the respiratory function task, phonatory function task, and lip and chin related tasks. We did not find any correlation for the tongue function. The results of our study could be applied to speech evaluation, setting therapy goals, and evaluating the degree of progression in children with CP. We only studied children with the spastic type of cerebral palsy, and there were a small number of severe degree CP children compared to those with a moderate degree of CP. Therefore, when evaluating children with other degrees of severity, we may have to take their characteristics more into account. Further study on speech evaluation variables in relation to the severity of the speech intelligibility and different types of cerebral palsy may be necessary
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Kim, Hyang Hee(김향희) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4949-2512
Park, Eun Sook(박은숙) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9144-3063
Shin, Ji Cheol(신지철) ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1133-1361
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