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Delivering Speech by Non-Invasive Electric Stimulation of the Central Nervous System

Suh MW

Recent advances in neuroscience and precise electric stimulation have enabled us to deliver complex signals to the central nervous system. But most of the successful electric stimulation devices such as...
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Percutaneous Bone-Anchored Hearing Implant: Is It Clinically Useful in Korean?

Koh SM, Cho YS, Kim GY, Jo M, Seol HY, Moon IJ

Background: The aim of this study is to investigate the clinical effectiveness of Ponto in Korea, a recently released percutaneous bone-anchored hearing implant. Methods: 16 patients with single-sided deafness (SSD) and...
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Accuracy of Cloud-Based Speech Recognition Open Application Programming Interface for Medical Terms of Korean

Lee SH, Park J, Yang K, Min J, Choi J

Background: There are limited data on the accuracy of cloud-based speech recognition (SR) open application programming interfaces (APIs) for medical terminology. This study aimed to evaluate the medical term recognition...
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Effects of Natural Versus Synthetic Consonant and Vowel Stimuli on Cortical Auditory-Evoked Potential

Song H, Jeon S, Shin Y, Han W, Kim S, Kwak C, Lee E, Kim J

Background and Objectives: Natural and synthetic speech signals effectively stimulate cortical auditory evoked potential (CAEP). This study aimed to select the speech materials for CAEP and identify CAEP waveforms according...
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Phonetic improvement by adjusting the shape of the anterior palate of the maxillary complete denture: a case report

Yoon MA, Lee H, Kim JH

Patients tend to return to normal pronunciation patterns after fitting new dentures. However, for some patients, it takes a long time to adapt the new complete denture. In this case,...
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Test-Retest Differences of the Speech Discrimination Score in Patients with Hearing Loss

Lim T, Oh JH, Hwang J, Joo JB, Cho JE, Kim JY

Background and Objectives The diagnosis of hearing impairment is based on repeated audiometry, including pure tone audiometry (PTA), speech reception threshold test (SRT), and speech discrimination test (SDT). SDT results...
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Progress, challenges, and future perspectives in genetic researches of stuttering

Kang C

Speech and language functions are highly cognitive and human-specific features. The underlying causes of normal speech and language function are believed to reside in the human brain. Developmental persistent stuttering,...
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Discussions on Auditory-Perceptual Evaluation Performed in Patients With Voice Disorders

Lee SJ

The auditory-perceptual evaluation of speech-language pathologists (SLP) in patients with voice disorders is often regarded as a touchstone in the multi-dimensional voice evaluation procedures and provides important information not available...
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Changes in Speech Range Profile Are Associated with Cognitive Impairment

Stefano AD, Giovanni PD, Kulamarva G, Fonzo FD, Massaro T, Contini A, Dispenza F, Cazzato C

Background and Purpose: The aim of this study was to describe the variations in the speech range profile (SRP) of patients affected by cognitive decline. Methods: We collected the data of...
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A Comparison Between the Korean Digits-in-Noise Test and the Korean Speech Perception-in-Noise Test in Normal-Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Listeners

Kim S, You S, Sohn ME, Han W, Seo JH, Oh Y

Background and Objectives: The purpose of the present study was to validate the performance and diagnostic efficacy of the Korean digits-in-noise (K-DIN) test in comparison to the Korean speech perception-in-noise...
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A Comparison of Speech Features between Mild Cognitive Impairment and Healthy Aging Groups

Kim KW, Na SH, Chung YC, Shin BS

Background and Purpose: Language dysfunction is a symptom common to patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). Speech feature analysis may be a patient-friendly screening test for early-stage AD. We aimed to...
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Verification of Hearing Aids by Comparing Real Ear Measurements and Word Recognition Scores

Cheon T, Kim Y, Park MJ, Kwak MY, Yang CJ, Yoo MH, Park HJ

Background and Objectives In this study, we introduce our method of hearing aid (HA) verification using real ear measurement (REM). We verified HAs that have gone through the fitting program...
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Simple Wearable Device to Reduce Stress When Delivering a Speech without Pre-training

Yamane T, Nakadoi Y, Takagi M, Morita M

Objectives: There are many occasions in modern life when people must deliver presentations in front of audiences. Most people feel nervous before and while giving a speech. If there were...
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Quality of Life in Older Adults with Cochlear Implantation: Can It Be Equal to That of Healthy Older Adults?

Tokat T, Müderris T, Bozkurt EB, Ergun U, Aysel A, Catli T

Background and Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate the audiologic results after cochlear implantation (CI) in older patients and the degree of improvement in their quality of life (QoL). Subjects and...
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Current Approaches to the Treatment of Post-Stroke Aphasia

Fridriksson J, Hillis AE

Aphasia, impairment of language after stroke or other neurological insult, is a common and often devastating condition that affects nearly every social activity and interaction. Behavioral speech and language therapy...
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Clinical Importance of Sound-Field Speech Recognition Test for Measurement of Hearing Aid Benefit

Ko Y, Lee JH

Background and Objectives Although sound-field speech recognition test is an essential evaluation method to verify the benefit of hearing aids, the aided sound-field speech recognition test has not been used...
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The Influence of Non-Linear Frequency Compression on the Perception of Speech and Music in Patients with High Frequency Hearing Loss

Ahn J, Choi JE, Kang JY, Choi IJ, Lee MC, Lee BC, Hong SH, Moon IJ

Background and Objectives: Non-linear frequency compression (NLFC) technology compresses and shifts higher frequencies into a lower frequency area that has better residual hearing. Because consonants are uttered in the high-frequency...
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Auditory Recognition of Digit-in-Noise under Unaided and Aided Conditions in Moderate and Severe Sensorineural Hearing Loss

Aghasoleimani M, Jalilvand H, Mahdavi ME, Ahmadi R

Background and Objectives: The speech-in-noise test is typically performed using an audiometer. The results of the digit-in-noise recognition (DIN) test may be influenced by the flat frequency response of free-field...
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Short-Term Experience in Cochlear Implantation with Slim Modiolar Electrode Array (CI532): Comparison to Previous Devices

Park JT, Kwak MY, Kim Y, Lee JY, Kang WS, Ahn JH, Chung JW, Park HJ

Background and Objectives There have been no reports in Korea regarding cochlear implant surgeries using Cochlear Nucleus Profile Slim Modiolar electrode [CI532 (Cochlear Ltd.)], as it has been recently released...
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Comprehensive Review of Factors Influencing the Use of Telepractice in Stuttering Treatment

Bayati B, Ayatollahi H

Objectives: Stuttering is a speech disorder characterized by the repetition of sounds, syllables, or words; prolongation of sounds; and interruptions in speech. Telepractice allows speech services to be delivered to...
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