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What Do North American Babies Hear? A large‐scale cross‐corpus analysis

Elika Bergelson, Marisa Casillas, Melanie Soderstrom, Amanda Seidl, Anne S. Warlaumont, Andrei Amatuni
2018 Developmental Science  
Finally, our analyses revealed a previously unreported effect: the proportion of child-directed speech in the input increases with age, due to a decrease in adult-directed speech with age.  ...  We annotated speaker gender and speech register (child-directed or adult-directed) for 10,861 utterances from female and male adults in these recordings.  ...  Returning to our initial question: what do North American babies hear?  ... 
doi:10.1111/desc.12724 pmid:30369005 fatcat:ulywxuafizczplfxcpi6c7waey

What do Babies Hear? Analyses of Child- and Adult-Directed Speech

Marisa Casillas, Andrei Amatuni, Amanda Seidl, Melanie Soderstrom, Anne S. Warlaumont, Elika Bergelson
2017 Interspeech 2017   unpublished
Furthermore, we find effects of SES and gender on child-directed and overall speech, increasing child-directed speech with child age, and interactions of speaker gender, child gender, and child age: female  ...  Child-directed speech is argued to facilitate language development, and is found cross-linguistically and cross-culturally to varying degrees.  ...  Returning to our initial question: what do babies hear?  ... 
doi:10.21437/interspeech.2017-1409 fatcat:sakzetgrv5dlrnbtfriy6fzm2y

Sexing the baby: Part 1 – What do we really know about sex differentiation in the first three years of life?

Anne Fausto-Sterling, Cynthia Garcia Coll, Meghan Lamarre
2012 Social Science and Medicine  
We frame these differences using unifying concepts from the study of neuroplasticity and dynamic systems theory.  ...  None, however, offer an intensive study of the first several years of life in order to offer a model which integrates biology and culture in a fashion that demonstrates the productive processes by which  ...  We are grateful to the participants of the Roundtable on the Emergence of Sex Differences for sharing their perspectives, and to the Ford Foundation and the Pembroke Center for funding the event.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.05.051 pmid:21802808 fatcat:nipmnzontjcfxcf2ymjgjcrham

The Words Children Hear

Jessica L. Montag, Michael N. Jones, Linda B. Smith
2015 Psychological Science  
We constructed a corpus of 100 children's picture books and compared word type and token counts in that sample and a matched sample of child-directed speech.  ...  Overall, the picture books contained more unique word types than the child-directed speech.  ...  Author Contributions Declaration of Conflicting Interests The authors declared that they had no conflicts of interest with respect to their authorship or the publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0956797615594361 pmid:26243292 pmcid:PMC4567506 fatcat:tzieqjp2nvdo7pu4hgowszcrum

Hearing Screening around the World [chapter]

Piotr Henryk Skarżyński, Maciej Ludwikowski
2018 An Excursus into Hearing Loss  
Hearing disorders disturb the child's perception of sound, as well as the development of speech which in consequence negatively affects the child relations in society.  ...  According to the guidelines of the European Scientific Consensus on Hearing, the detection and treatment of hearing disorders in early school-age children are of the highest importance.  ...  What is important, there are many factors that affect the speech and language acquisition, academic achievements of each child.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.73535 fatcat:l4gwnpqbmzg7ne7tsx24hewapu

Hearing and Believing

Ray D. Kent
1996 American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology  
Acknowledgments This research was supported in part by NIH research grant DC00319 ("Intelligibility Studies of Dysarthria") from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, National  ...  Institutes of Health.  ...  But, in fact, the child is producing a contrast that is not detected by the adult examiner.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1058-0360.0503.07 fatcat:y5xvqrb6lbbvrd25xxybdlodkm

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Then what you do in front of others who aren't family is you The lack of direct therapeutic services at Las Maiianitas show them your good baby. appeared to be due to more than just monetary constraints  ...  ; ASHA Reports; Asha; Journal of Speech and Hearing Research; Language, Speech. and Hearing Services in Schools; American Journal of Audiology: A Journal of Clinical Practice; and American Journal of Speech  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.51-0914 fatcat:xitgcb2wljhu3kluvewoiitq3u

The Value and Development of Residual Hearing

Max A. Goldstein
1921 Journal of Laryngology and Otology  
Loud noises and the clapping of hands startle him but do not seem to arouse him. Doctor, is my child totally deaf, and what do you advise me to do for him ?  ...  It is to the minute study of these speech and hearing centres, and their more intimate relation to the various types of serious deafness, that I wish to direct your attention and more earnest consideration  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0022215100022556 fatcat:lokwppcblffulgvajrykuls77y

Deaf Parents' Communication with Their Hearing Children (Everyday Problems)

Małgorzata Zaborniak-Sobczak
2020 Konteksty pedagogiczne  
On the one hand, they are conscious of the fact that for a child to develop verbal speech, they must speak, and on the other, the choice of sign language is natural.  ...  They do not always feel confident in contacts with their hearing children and sometimes need confirmation that sign language is a full-fledged means of communication in the family.  ...  What is this communication like now: do you observe progress in this communication: does your child understand you better, do you understand the messages of the child better and better?  ... 
doi:10.19265/kp.2020.1.14.246 doaj:4bf0b244007f448e93dd3a304f2c1bf3 fatcat:sezp5uk44nhfjcp2n4pr4vkmda

Relationships Between Speech Intelligibility and Word Articulation Scores in Children With Hearing Loss

David J. Ertmer
2010 Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research  
Methods-Forty-four children with hearing losses produced words from the Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation-2 and sets of 10 short sentences.  ...  If not, the importance of direct assessment of intelligibility would be reinforced.  ...  Thanks also to Bruce Craig, Yong Wang, and Benjamin Tyner of the Purdue University Statistical Consulting program for their assistance in conducting statistical analyses.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1092-4388(2010/09-0250) pmid:20220022 pmcid:PMC3386603 fatcat:pe34mbr4d5glxmq5gnxfz55zfi

Factors Influencing Follow-Up to Newborn Hearing Screening for Infants Who Are Hard of Hearing

Lenore Holte, Elizabeth Walker, Jacob Oleson, Meredith Spratford, Mary Pat Moeller, Patricia Roush, Hua Ou, J. Bruce Tomblin
2012 American Journal of Audiology  
Available records were used to capture ages of confirmation of hearing loss, hearing aid fitting and entry into early intervention.  ...  Results: Of several predictor variables, only higher levels of maternal education were significantly associated with earlier confirmation of hearing loss and fitting of hearing aids.  ...  Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NIDCD or NIH.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1059-0889(2012/12-0016) pmid:22585937 pmcid:PMC3435452 fatcat:pskm3cfexfb5zlgcplxn4bqdtm

Baby hands that move to the rhythm of language: hearing babies acquiring sign languages babble silently on the hands

Laura Ann Petitto, Siobhan Holowka, Lauren E Sergio, Bronna Levy, David J Ostry
2004 Cognition  
acquiring spoken language (group 1: "speech-exposed") and a rare group of three hearing babies acquiring sign language only, not speech (group 2: "sign-exposed").  ...  Two groups of hearing babies were studied over time (ages 6, 10, and 12 months), equal in all developmental respects except for the modality of language input (mouth versus hand): three hearing babies  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the deaf and hearing families that participated in this study. We thank Kevin Dunbar and Darren W. Holowka for comments on earlier versions of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2003.10.007 pmid:15110725 fatcat:5viap6w2bjfcfjv5le2s7bbjza

The Effect of Hearing Loss on Novel Word Learning in Infant- and Adult-Directed Speech

V. Susie Robertson, Deborah von Hapsburg, Jessica S. Hay
2017 Ear and Hearing  
Objectives-Relatively little is known about how young children with hearing impairment (HI) learn novel words in infant-and adult-directed speech.  ...  Infant-directed speech (IDS) supports word learning in typically developing infants relative to adult-directed speech (ADS).  ...  The authors would also like to thank all the children and parents who participated in the study and the clinicians at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Child Hearing Services who helped  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000455 pmid:28650353 pmcid:PMC5659891 fatcat:7hk6j5bifjhubk5t2sbvh76rh4

Intelligibility of Speech Produced by Children with Hearing Loss: Conventional Amplification versus Nonlinear Frequency Compression in Hearing Aids

Teresa YC Ching, Nan Xu Rattanasone
2015 Journal of Communication Disorders Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids  
Methods: Twenty-seven adult listeners with normal hearing who reported no experience listening to speech produced by people with hearing loss were asked to judge the intelligibility of speech samples of  ...  Objective: This study aimed to 1) investigate the influence of nonlinear frequency compression (NLFC) in hearing aids on intelligibility of speech produced by children with hearing loss; and 2) examine  ...  Direct assessments of speech intelligibility have been proposed as a clinical tool for evaluating the effectiveness of early intervention resulting from newborn hearing screening, and the efficacy of sensory  ... 
doi:10.4172/2375-4427.1000135 fatcat:7bsi6ujr7bdwnmedjtxvt6uwbe

A Longitudinal Investigation of the Home Literacy Environment and Shared Book Reading in Young Children With Hearing Loss

Jean L. DesJardin, Carren J. Stika, Laurie S. Eisenberg, Karen C. Johnson, Dianne M. Hammes Ganguly, Shirley C. Henning, Bethany G. Colson
2017 Ear and Hearing  
during shared book reading (SBR) interactions between parents and their children with hearing loss (HL) as compared to parents and their children with normal hearing (NH) across three time points (12-  ...  Objectives-The principle goal of this longitudinal study was to examine parent perceptions of home literacy environment (e.g., frequency of book reading, ease of book reading with child) and observed behaviors  ...  Lindsay Galasso and Ms. Megan Davis from Moravian College for transcription and coding of SBR interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1097/aud.0000000000000414 pmid:28234669 pmcid:PMC5482779 fatcat:k6524g57kvgo7j26ljgwop5oie
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