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Speech Prosody

in Atypical Populations


This One-Day Workshop took place on

Monday 2nd April 2007


Keynote speaker:

Dr Sue Peppé
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Assessment of Prosodic Ability in Atypical Populations

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This one day event was organised by Dr Jane Setter and Dr Vesna Stojanovik, Department of Clinical Language Sciences, School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences.  Speakers from all over the world reported on therapy or management of prosodic disorders, and empirical papers reported on speech prosody in atypical populations. 

Click here to view/download the full programme in .pdf format.



Workshop Aim

The aim of the workshop was to bring together Clinical Linguists and Phoneticians and Speech and Language Therapists in order to highlight the issues in researching and remediating prosodic disorders, and discuss the latest findings, in this often neglected area of research and clinical concern.  We feel this aim was fully met!

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