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Subjective Evaluation of Comprehensibility in Movie Interactions

Estelle I. S. Randria, Lionel Fontan, Maxime Le Coz, Isabelle Ferrané, Julien Pinquier
2020 International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation  
, referred to in this paper as overall difficulty) of audiovisual documents is affected (1) by lexical complexity, grammatical complexity, and speech intelligibility, and (2) by the modality/ies (text,  ...  Various research works have dealt with the comprehensibility of textual, audio, or audiovisual documents, and showed that factors related to text (e.g., linguistic complexity), sound (e.g., speech intelligibility  ...  Chang and Read (2008) studied the impact of unfamiliar accents on listening comprehension, their studies concluded that the comprehension is only affected if the listener is not used to hearing the accent  ... 
dblp:conf/lrec/RandriaFCFP20 fatcat:dzfnydgg3nez3gq4t5v2zorlfq

The relation between working memory and language comprehension in signers and speakers

Karen Emmorey, Marcel R. Giezen, Jennifer A.F. Petrich, Erin Spurgeon, Lucinda O'Grady Farnady
2017 Acta Psychologica  
Results from the linguistic serial recall tasks revealed that the often reported advantage for speakers on linguistic short-term memory tasks does not extend to complex WM tasks with a serial recall component  ...  Sign languages are both linguistic and visual-spatial, and therefore provide a unique window on modality-specific versus modality-independent contributions of WM resources to language processing.  ...  We would like to thank our research participants, Tanya Denmark for help with development of the sign span task, and Allison Bassett and Kristen Secora for help with the study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2017.04.014 pmid:28477456 pmcid:PMC5495138 fatcat:3afdod2uunhgdd66glsaxgaa2y

Auditory Working Memory Explains Variance in Speech Recognition in Older Listeners Under Adverse Listening Conditions

Subong Kim, Inyong Choi, Adam T Schwalje, KyooSang Kim, Jae Hee Lee
2020 Clinical Interventions in Aging  
The linguistic features and the complexity of the auditory stimuli may affect the association between working memory and speech recognition performance.  ...  Seventy-six older listeners and twenty younger listeners completed four kinds of auditory working memory tasks, including digit and speech span tasks, and sentence recognition tasks in four different listening  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Korea and National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF2016S1A5A8020353).  ... 
doi:10.2147/cia.s241976 pmid:32231429 pmcid:PMC7085334 fatcat:4uvla7rrxvgwdocsd3ueirevji

Editorial: Children Listen: Psychological and Linguistic Aspects of Listening Difficulties During Development

Birgitta Sahlén, K. Jonas Brännström, Viveka Lyberg Åhlander, Mary Rudner
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
All four editors communicated with topic authors and reviewers during the revision process. BS was responsible for the editorial.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We acknowledge colleagues in the two Linneaus' environments Cognition Communication and Learning (CCL) at Lund university and the Hearing and Deafness (HEAD) at Linköping university who  ...  Editorial on the Research Topic Children Listen: Psychological and Linguistic Aspects of Listening Difficulties During Development The goal for this Research Topic was to advance the scientific state of  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.584034 pmid:33192912 pmcid:PMC7655647 fatcat:maradltlsrdnzkkqbaqw2n7m3q

Comparing the outcomes of online listening versus online text-based tasks in university level Italian L2 study

Matthew Absalom, Andrea Rizzi
2008 ReCALL  
Cross-modality effects on second/foreign language competency, which refer to the impact one type of task can have on difference linguistic abilities (e.g. how a reading task affects oral proficiency),  ...  of listening on other linguistic abilities such as writing or speaking.  ...  This would clearly have an impact, ceteris paribus, on complexity, quality and quantity of these interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0958344008000517 fatcat:mqeqschwbnernn3ruzfix7g5gi

Sequential Multilingualism and Cognitive Abilities: Preliminary Data on the Contribution of Language Proficiency and Use in Different Modalities

Marlijne Boumeester, Marije C. Michel, Valantis Fyndanis
2019 Behavioral Sciences  
the impact of proficiency-based and amount-of-use-based degrees of multilingualism in different modalities (i.e., speaking, listening, writing, reading) on inhibition, disengagement of attention, and  ...  Furthermore, our study suggests that, regarding the impact of proficiency-based degrees of multilingualism on cognitive abilities, for our participants the writing and listening modalities mattered most  ...  modalities (i.e., listening and reading combined), oral modalities (i.e., speaking and listening combined), written modalities (writing and reading combined), and all modalities (i.e., speaking, listening  ... 
doi:10.3390/bs9090092 pmid:31454886 pmcid:PMC6770678 fatcat:c53lxolodfdjvh5znpcdj7z7vu

Seeing the talker's face supports executive processing of speech in steady state noise

Sushmit Mishra, Thomas Lunner, Stefan Stenfelt, Jerker Rönnberg, Mary Rudner
2013 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
Listening to speech in noise depletes cognitive resources, affecting speech processing.  ...  In the CSCT, lists of two-digit numbers were presented with and without visual cues in quiet, as well as in steady-state and speechlike noise at a high intelligibility level.  ...  The reading span test is a well-established test of verbal WMC (Daneman and Carpenter, 1980; Rönnberg et al., 1989) that has proved to be a potent predictor of the ability to unravel linguistic complexity  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2013.00096 pmid:24324411 pmcid:PMC3840300 fatcat:nxr6q2i3hbb4rmewdfnaqaq4qi

Page 1011 of Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Vol. 21, Issue 5 [page]

2009 Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience  
Brain and Language, 89, 312-319 Jobard, G., Vigneau, M., Mazover, B., & Tzourio-Mazoyer, N. (2007). Impact of modality and linguistic complexity during reading and listening tasks.  ...  intersection of regions activated by reading or listening (significantly more than during the silent baseline) be- longed exclusively to the left hemisphere and comprised most of the middle and superior  ... 

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE DESIGN OF ONLINE LANGUAGE TEACHING THROUGH ZOOM

Iryna Rozhdestvenska, Olena Cherniavska
2022 Naukovì zapiski Nacìonalʹnogo unìversitetu «Ostrozʹka akademìâ». Serìâ «Fìlologìâ»  
Using communicative approaches (task-based and content and language integrated), a structured task was designed.  ...  They were offered to complete tasks that involved in-depth vocabulary study and developed skills of reception, production, interaction and mediation.  ...  Reception implies listening, so in the same section we offer students two BBC Learning English reports: reception is developed during watching/listening and reading, during vocabulary consolidation (texts  ... 
doi:10.25264/2519-2558-2022-13(81)-202-207 fatcat:xsgxg4rrujb7tbphifmok5oixy

Reading skill and exposure to orthography influence speech production

MEREDITH SALETTA, LISA GOFFMAN, DIANE BRENTARI
2015 Applied Psycholinguistics  
Phonetic accuracy and articulatory stability were measured as adult, proficient readers repeated and read aloud nonwords, presented in auditory or written modalities and with variations in orthographic  ...  ABSTRACTOrthographic experience during the acquisition of novel words may influence production processing in proficient readers.  ...  Our findings indicate that modality and reading proficiency impact participants' speech accuracy and efficiency in a nonword production task.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0142716415000053 pmid:27057073 pmcid:PMC4820249 fatcat:44zbcehqdjb4znz7kdu6qs4kqq

Continuation Task: A Critical Review and Directions for Future Research

Wenxi Zhou
2020 International Journal of Language and Linguistics  
The basic idea of continuation task is that learners should first read a given text with the end removed, then they should finish the continual writing in a logical and coherent way with imagination on  ...  This review aims to provide an overview of recent researches on continuation task and offer some suggestions for future researches.  ...  Some studies examined the effect of linguistic complexity of the reading material on learners' writing performance in continuation task [24] [25] [26] . The results of Peng's [24] and Peng et al.'  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijll.20200804.15 fatcat:zlpf34micvgtrpewjpek67c4nu

Students Who Are Deaf and Hard of Hearing and Use Sign Language: Considerations and Strategies for Developing Spoken Language and Literacy Skills

Bettie Waddy-Smith, Jane Doyle, Debra Nussbaum
2012 Seminars in Speech and Language  
There is a core body of knowledge, experience, and skills integral to facilitating auditory, speech, and spoken language development when working with the general population of students who are deaf and  ...  There are additional issues, strategies, and challenges inherent in speech habilitation/rehabilitation practices essential to the population of deaf and hard of hearing students who also use sign language  ...  /rehabilitation service provision as well as how and when to use each language and modality during the day at home and at school.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1326912 pmid:23081791 fatcat:7vrt4rzzbbbrnnezcgp3jwqrjy

Second Language Working Memory Deficits and Plasticity in Hearing Bimodal Learners of Sign Language

Joshua Williams, Isabelle Darcy, Sharlene Newman
2015 Psychology of Language and Communication  
Differential indexing within the WM system based on language modality may explain differences in performance on WM tasks in sign and spoken language.  ...  We posited that this disadvantage arises out of an inability to correctly and efficiently allocate linguistic information to the visuospatial sketchpad due to L1-related indexing bias.  ...  Reading and listening span tasks, which were thought to tax both the processing and storage components, were implemented to test this hypothesis.  ... 
doi:10.1515/plc-2015-0008 fatcat:vdtnmtxr7jfe3pxkxja7grkthi

A Brief Overview of Amblyaudia

RaeLynn J. Lamminen, Daniel Houlihan
2015 Health (Irvine, Calif.)  
Amblyaudia can be addressed through dichotic listening tasks that strengthen the non-dominant ear, as well as minor adjustments to the classroom environment.  ...  Amblyaudia can result in speech comprehension difficulties, reading difficulties, information processing deficits, and inattention.  ...  The deficits in speech comprehension also impact reading fluency and comprehension through a chain of reactions.  ... 
doi:10.4236/health.2015.78110 fatcat:smu6svmmufazzeeu2cxraocdpy

The Complementary Relationships between Reading and Writing in Children with and without Writing Difficulties [chapter]

Åsa Wengelin, Barbara Arfé
2017 Writing Development in Struggling Learners  
As regards the relations between linguistic processes within each modality, they found that while reading comprehension and writing contributed unique variance to each other, speaking and listening comprehension  ...  ) figure 3 . 3 33 The four language functions distributed across the dimensions of linguistic modality and linguistic process or reading difficulties Åsa Wengelin and Barbara Arfé -9789004346369 Downloaded  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004346369_004 fatcat:pgczfvmlifcojffby7q6x3tdua
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