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Effect of Text-to-Speech Rate on Reading Comprehension by Adults with Aphasia (2020)

Hux, K., Brown, J. A., Wallace, S., Knollman-Porter, K., Saylor, A., & Lapp, E. (2020). Effect of text-to-speech rate on reading comprehension by adults with aphasia. American journal of speech-language pathology, 29(1), 168-184.

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People with aphasia (PWA) can benefit from simultaneous auditory and written information. This study assessed how three text-to-speech (TTS) speech rates affect the comprehension of a newspaper article for PWA. After the combined modality, the PWA wa ...

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