Cleland, J., Scobbie, J. M., & Wrench, A. A. (2015). Using ultrasound visual biofeedback to treat persistent primary speech sound disorders. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics,29(8-10), 575-597.
The authors report a study of the effectiveness in using ultrasound visual biofeedback “to treat persistent speech sound disorders that have been unresponsive to traditional therapy approaches (p. 575). Patients who have higher visual skills compar ...
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