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La boucle audio-phonatoire, une compétence cognitive indispensable à la rééducation vocale par les orthophonistes

Abstract : Introduction: Good audio-phonatory control is an essential quality for a speech therapist who is going to do vocal rehabilitation. This competence enables to imitate the patients' wrong vocal productions and it also allows to provide them feedback for their vocal gesture. It enables to offer good vocal examples in order for them to have an effective vocal gesture.
Material and Method: We wanted to explore audio-phonatory control in 50 students of Paris speech therapy school. To this end we attempted to highlight their personal predispositions that enable the proper development of audio-phonatory control. A judging panel has assessed their listening skills and their abilities to imitate sounds, which is the sign of audio-phonatory control’s efficiency. Ultimately we attempted to assess their listening and analysis abilities: we offered that they self-assess their performances and we compared their assessments to the judging panel’s results. We also gave them a questionnaire which focuses on the basic theoretical concepts of vocal rehabilitation.
Results and discussion: The participants in our study who have a musical upbringing have better audio-phonatory control than the participants who don't. There is no correlation between good theoretical knowledge and good listening skills and abilities to imitate sounds. On top of that the participants seem more accurate in their self-assessment with a spectrogram than without one.
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Clara Verdier, Laura Diday. La boucle audio-phonatoire, une compétence cognitive indispensable à la rééducation vocale par les orthophonistes. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02177090⟩



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