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Confs: Clinical Phonetics

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 9-11 August 1993
 Helsinki, Finland


MONDAY 9 August

 8.00 - 10.00 Registration
10.00 - 10.15 Opening Session / Prof. Antti Iivonen
10.15 - 11.15 Keynote Lecture: Pamela Grunwell: Phonological therapy - the
 linguistic challenge to facilitate change
11.15 - 11.30 Break
11.30 -12.30 Session 1
 11.30 Clarke-Klein S.M. & Hodson B.W.: Natural phonology: Beyond spoken
 phonological output
 11.50 Maassen B, Thoonen B & Gabreels F.: Speech motor programming and
 phonological encoding in developmental verbal dyspraxia
 12.10 Watson JMM.: A comparison of auditory perceptual strategies used
 by phonologically disordered children and their normally developing
 peers and adults
12.30 - 14.00 Lunch (& Exhibitions)
14.00 - 15.40 Session 2
 14.00 \ster A-M.: Phonological assessment of deaf children's productive
 knowledge as a basis for speech training
 14.20 Ryalls JH.: Acoustic measures of basic speech skills for (1)
 normally-hearing, (2) moderate-to-severe and (3) profoundly hearing-
 impaired French Canadian children
 14.40 Maassen B, Groenen P & Crul Th.: Categorical perception
 experiments in children suspect for a central auditory disorder
 15.00 Revoile SG & Dillon H.: VCV's with initial- or final-vowel
 stress: Consonant perception by hard-of-hearing listeners
 15.20 Marrero V, Santos A & Cardenas MR.: Feature discrimination and
 pure tone audiometry
15.40 - 16.10 Coffee/Tea
16.10 - 17.30 Session 3
 16.10 Yavas M. Feature enhancement and phonological disorders
 16.30 Moore K. Language development and the assessment of speech
 fluency in preschool children
 16.50 Vidal-Petit M-M.: Intonation, its importance for symbolic
 representation in both normal and pathological language development
 17.10 Wermke K & Mende W.: Ontogenetic development of infant cry- and
 non-cry vocalizations as early stages of speech abilities
17.30 - 18.40 Business Meeting of the International Clinical Phonetics and
 Linguistics Association
19.00 - 21.00 Rector's Reception at the University of Helsinki / Vice-Rector
 Arto Mustajoki

TUESDAY 10 August

 9.00 - 10.00 Keynote Lecture: W.J. Hardcastle: EPG in the Clinic: Results and
 Future Directions
10.00 - 10.15 Break
10.15 - 11.55 Session 4
 10.15 Howard SJ.: Spontaneous phonetic reorganization following
 articulation therapy: an electropalatographic study
 10.35 Wood SAJ.: Where do syllables begin? An analysis speech gestures
 from X-ray motion films
 10.55 \berg E.: A acoustic study of vowel quality in spontaneous speech
 before and after glossectomy
 11.15 Werner S & Tuomainen J. Prosody and language-independent speech
 tests: New data from Finnish and French
 11.35 Iivonen A.: Implications and applications of a F1/F2
 psychoacoustical vowel chart
11.55 - 13.30 Lunch (& Exhibitions)
13.30 - 14.50 Session 5
 13.30 Hertrich I & Ackermann H.: Voice onset time in neurological
 13.50 Barry S.: Individual variation in voicing behaviour
 14.10 Hewlett N & Cohen W.: Voicing distinctions in electrolarynx
 14.30 Deger K, Ziegler W & Marquardt C.: Airflow tracking in dysarthria
14.50 - 15.00 Break
15.00 - 16.20 Session 6
 15.00 Leuschel A & Docherty G.: An acoustic study of prosodic aspects
 of dysarthric speech
 15.20 Ziegler W, Kornig A & Wessel K.: Auditory features of segmental
 timing in degenerative cerebellar disorders
 15.40 Korpijaakko-Huuhka A-M & Aulanko R.: Auditory and acoustic
 analyses of prosody in clinical evaluation of narrative speech
 16.00 Ball MJ & Bernhardt B.: Extending the extensions: Non-normal
 articulations not included in extIPA
16.20 - 16.30 Coffee/Tea
16.30 - 18.30 Poster session & commercial exhibition
 Ball MJ & Rahilly J.: Computerized tutorial for phonetic transcription:
 Integrating the extIPA symbols
 Clement CJ & den Os EA.: Development of vocalizations of severely
 hearing-impaired infants
 Eerola O, Aaltonen O, Tuomainen J & Lang AH.: There is large
 interindividual variation in the perception of phonetic
 categories and prototypes
 Gibbon F.: A description of affricate production in a group of speech
 disordered children using EPG
 Lehtihalmes M & Latvala K.: Comprehension of prosody after brain
 Parre M.: Developmental dysphasia in follow-up
 Sharp N, Horsley I, Docherty G & Carding P.: Auditory and acoustic
 evaluation of voice quality: A comparative study
 Ziegler W, Ahrndt T & Teiwes J.: PC-based experimentation, assessment,
 and treatment in neurophonetics
19.00 Boat trip and Congress Dinner


 9.00 - 10.00 Keynote Lecture: Audrey Holland: Linguistic vs. Communicative
 Analysis as a Basis for Clinical Intervention
10.00 - 10.15 Break
10.15 - 11.55 Session 7
 10.15 Leinonen E & Letts C.: Pragmatic impairment in children: Problems
 with global aspects of discourse?
 10.35 Edwards S.: Describing and quantifying aphasic speech
 10.55 Klippi A.: Uninflected single-word utterances in aphasic
 11.15 Laakso M.: Sequential repair patterns in aphasic-nonaphasic
 11.35 Wilkinson R.: Analysis of the effects of aphasia on telling a
 "story" in conversation
11.55 - 13.30 Lunch (& Exhibition)
13.30 - 14.30 Session 8
 13.30 Preneron C & Fugler-Lambert M.: Language difficulties and
 construction of meaning from picture stories
 13.50 Le Normand MT, Delfosse MJ & Vittrant C.: Early language
 development of pre-term children
 14.10 Metlyuk A, Evchik N & Krylovich M.: Prosodic deviations in the
 Russian speech of hard-hearing schoolchildren
14.30 - 14.45 Break
14.45 - 16.05 Session 9
 14.45 Kukkonen P.: Grammatical complexity of aphasic speech
 15.05 Perkins M.: Stereotypy and perseveration in language disorders
 15.25 van Vugt P & Paquier Ph.: Typicality measurement of free word
 association responses and a possible associative origin of semantic
 paralexias in an aphasic patient
 15.45 Powell TW. Phonetic subgroups of American English consonant
 clusters: A psychometric validation
16.05 - 16.35 Coffee/Tea
16.35 -17.55 Session 10
 16.35 Elgendy AM.: Acoustical attributes of articulatory dynamics in
 the pharynx
 16.55 Hutters B & Brondsted K.: Nasal airflow and perceptual judgement
 of speakers suffering from velopharyngeal insufficiency
 17.15 Rothganger H & Michelsson K.: The method of high resolution
 fundamental frequency analysis of acoustic data
 17.35 Sihvo M & Pekkarinen E.: Sound level variations in repeated soft
 and loud phonations at speaking voice pithces during one day
17.55 - 18.15 Closing Session

19.00 - 21.00 Open House at the Department of Phonetics, Vironkatu 1 B


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