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July-December 2017| Vol 31| Issue 2

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An adapted indian version of the stutterers' Self-ratings of reactions to speech situations: A mixed methods study

Introduction: Attitude assessment is essential to solve the multidimensional puzzle of stuttering. The Stutterers' Self-Ratings of Reactions to Speech Situations (SSRSS) serves this purpose...


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Comparison of working memory abilities in adults who do and do not stutter

Introduction: Adults with stuttering (AWS) exhibit longer reading rates and poor nonword recognition. This is attributed to deficits in phonological working memory abilities specific to languag...


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Conversation analysis in tamil speaking male children

Introduction: The present study aims to profile the conversation behaviors of typically developing Tamil speaking male children in the age range of 3–5 and 7–9 years. Methods:


Original Article

Supportive conversational strategies for persons with aphasia and their significant others

Introduction: The spectrum of useful and not-so-useful supportive conversational strategies (SCSs) employed by significant others (SOs) of person with aphasia (PWA) is wide and variable. The SC...


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Categorical perception of pitch: Influence of language tone, linguistic meaning, and pitch contour

Introduction: Pitch is important for perception of speech. It is an imperative acoustic cue for differentiating gender, age, emotion and culture, etc. In certain languages, pitch also changes t...


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Journal of Indian Speech Language & Hearing Association, a publication of Indian Speech and Hearing Association, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.jisha.org.

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