1984
DOI: 10.2466/pms.1984.59.3.699 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: 16 stutterers and 16 nonstutterers between the ages of 8 and 11 yr. were administered a battery of central auditory processing tests. The six audiological tests evaluated a range of auditory functions. Analysis indicated no significant differences between the two groups; however, inspection of the data showed 6 of the stuttering subjects performed consistently more poorly on four of the tests than the nonstuttering subjects. Results are discussed in relationship to subgroups of stutterers with auditory problem… Show more

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“…The differences between the right and left ears in the dichotic hearing verbal tests reflect the functional differences between the brain hemispheres and the stronger connection each ear has with its contralateral hemisphere 21 . The right ear advantage regarding correct answers in the dichotic hearing tests could be interpreted as a reflex of left-hemisphere dominance for speech and language processing 22 .…”
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“…The differences between the right and left ears in the dichotic hearing verbal tests reflect the functional differences between the brain hemispheres and the stronger connection each ear has with its contralateral hemisphere 21 . The right ear advantage regarding correct answers in the dichotic hearing tests could be interpreted as a reflex of left-hemisphere dominance for speech and language processing 22 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography show differences between stutter and non-stutter groups in auditory oddball (P300; Morgan et al, 1997 ; Kaganovich et al, 2010 ; Jerônimo et al, 2020 ); auditory sensory gating (P1/P50m; Kikuchi et al, 2011 ); mismatch negativity ( Corbera et al, 2005 ; Jansson-Verkasalo et al, 2014 ; Jerônimo et al, 2020 ); and alterations to timing and/or amplitude of the N1/M100 during listening tasks ( Ismail et al, 2017 ; Kikuchi et al, 2017 ) and speech tasks ( Salmelin et al, 1998 ; Beal et al, 2010 , 2011 ; Liotti et al, 2010 ). Conflicting results are sometimes reported (e.g., Blood and Blood, 1984 ; Anderson et al, 1988 ; Khedr et al, 2000 ; Hampton and Weber-Fox, 2008 ; Özcan et al, 2009 ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Os hemisférios cerebrais são organizados assimetricamente, sendo que o hemisfério cerebral esquerdo é mais especializado para a linguagem e o direito, mais envolvido com os componentes visuais e espaciais em indivíduos destros (20) . Pesquisas realizadas valorizam a teoria de que os indiví-duos gagos não possuem dominância hemisférica para a fala, possuem dominância hemisférica invertida ou dominância hemisférica bilateral (11) . Estudos realizados com teste de escuta dicótica não revelaram diferenças nas respostas obtidas entre grupos de gagos adultos e o grupo controle (21) .…”
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“…Investigações realizadas sobre o desempenho das orelhas direita e esquerda em testes comportamentais do PA em indivíduos gagos e não gagos, não revelaram diferenças entre os grupos estudados e nem entre os graus de gravidade da gagueira e alterações do PA, apesar do desempenho dos indivíduos gagos ter sido discretamente pior em comparação com os não gagos. Desta forma, não foi possível concluir sobre diferenças entre a dominância cerebral hemisférica para a fala, habilidades receptivas e a gagueira (11) . Tendo em vista a correlação entre o processamento auditivo e a gagueira, este estudo tem por objetivos:…”
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