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When the judgments of lisping were compared between the fricatives produced, a significant increase in lisping was observed for the alveolar fricative [s] compared with the amterior fricative [z].

Conversely, interruptions or restrictions of the airflow in voiced fricatives reduce the airflow volume and consequently the intensity of turbulence at the constriction point. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License.

Acoustically, voiced fricatives are characterized by the presence of two sources, the glottal source responsible for voicing and the noise source resulting from constriction of the vocal tractwhile unvoiced fricatives are formed by a single noise source 7.

Rev Soc Bras Fonoaudiol. At completion, a single judgment was obtained for each of the two consecutively repeated phrases, yielding a total of 64 judgments 32 related cecelo the phrase composed of [s] and 32 related to the phrase composed of [z].

Santos The International journal of orofacial myology….

Meaning of “ceceio” in the Portuguese dictionary

There were significant differences between judgments for the fricatives [s] and [z], with higher prevalence of lisping in [s]. In general, these findings present additional information on the influence of the phonetic-phonological context in the production and perception of alveolar fricative phonemes integrating the Brazilian Portuguese phonological system. Abnormal patterns of tongue-palate contact in the speech individuals with cleft palate. The binomial exact test was applied to verify differences between the employed categories of fricatives unvoiced x voiced produced by the total of children.

The study excluded children with history or presence of hypernasality, nasal air escape, weak intraoral pressure or compensatory articulation, at least to partially control the variables that might affect the identification of speech sound distortions.

ABSTRACT Purpose to investigate whether lisp, when identified, differs between voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives produced by children with cleft palate. However, so far, it has not been investigated whether these acoustic characteristics may influence the auditory perceptual judgment of lisping in the speech of individuals with craniofacial malformations, making its identification less audible in voiced compared with unvoiced fricatives.


After listening to each sentence, the ceceeio pathologists indicated one alternative target or lisping for each speech sample analyzed, in a worksheet especially designed for that purpose.

Appraisal of speech defects in dental anomalies. Also, studies involving electropalatography indicate differences in lingual-palatal contact during the production of [s] and [z] in individuals with normal speech, with greater lingual-palatal contact in individuals with normal speech, with greater lingual-palatal contact for [z], as well as greater narrowing of the groove in [z] when produced at onset of the word Occurrence of lisping in voiced and unvoiced fricatives in children with operated cleft lip and palate.

In general, the results observed for children with or without craniofacial malformations indicate that other factors, in addition to dentofacial alterations, should be considered when investigating the occurrence of lisping in the child population, including immaturity of the oral motor sensory system 26 cecei reduced tongue tonus due to obstructive mouth breathing, in the case of cleft palate 27 ; sensorial differences due to tissue handling scars in the case of cleft lip and palate 28 and hearing losses frequently observed in the child population, especially those with history of cleft palate 29 The present findings also agree with previous information in the literature 1014 for children without craniofacial malformations, in which lisping was not observed in all preschool children with malocclusion.

It should be highlighted antrrior the speech-language pathologists were not asked to characterize the type of lisping, but rather to identify its presence or absence at least in one fricative segment that constituted each of the two phrases, based on the auditory judgment. Speech Disorders Open Bite Tongue. These differences are related with coupling of the glottal and frictional sources occurring in the production of voiced fricatives Eur J Paediatr Dent.

However, by electropalatography, investigators 21 have identified inter- and intra-individual variability in productions of [s] and [z] in adults with normal speech.

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This study evidenced that the selection of fricative consonants interfered with the auditory perception of lisping, with greater occurrence of lisping in the alveolar fricative [s] compared to [z]. It is assumed that the vocal folds abducted during production of unvoiced fricatives allow a greater volume of airflow to pass through the glottis toward the oral cavity.

Middle ear disease cedeio children with cleft palate – protocols for manegement. Long-term outcomes of speech therapy for seven adolescents with visual feedback technologies: This microphone was ajterior to an audio capture plate Sound Blaster Cdceio 2 installed in a computer, in which the audio recordings were saved in files in WAV format, using the software Sony Sound Forge, version 8.


From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. Despite the different population preschool children without craniofacial malformationsthe findings of this preliminary study indicate anteroir same tendency.

In general, comparison of the present findings with previous information is difficult due to the lack of studies in the national and international literature addressing the presence of lisping in individuals with cleft lip and palate.

This information may contribute for clinical and research purposes in the field of orofacial motricity. Note the poor interarch relationship with negative overjet and normal inclination of maxillary incisors, bilateral antrrior, tendency to open bite at the cleft area and face tending to Angle Class III, with evident maxillary deficiency.

Overall, phrases were initially selected for this study, being 64 corresponding to two consecutive repetitions of the phrase composed anteripr fricative [s] and 64 corresponding to two consecutive repetitions of the phrase composed of fricative [z], produced by the 32 individuals.

cecelo These acoustic descriptions indicate that voiced fricatives present lower intensity and shorter duration, as well as greater amplitude of friction interval compared to their unvoiced counterparts These samples were obtained from 32 children with operated complete unilateral cleft lip and palate, aged 6 to 11 years mean 8 years and 8 monthsof both genders.

The speech pathology treatment with alterations of the stomatognathic system. Thus, this anteiror investigated whether lisping, when present, differs between voiced and unvoiced alveolar fricatives produced by children with operated cleft lip and palate.

This evaluation revealed a tendency of more anterior tongue root positioning in anteriot fricatives compared to the unvoiced counterparts Kent RD, Read C. It is assumed that the vocal folds abducted during the production of unvoiced fricatives allow a greater volume of airflow to pass through the glottis toward the oral cavity.

This may have contributed to the greater auditory identification of lisping in unvoiced alveolar fricatives. These data confirm a previous study that revealed a lack of direct association between lisping and occlusal scores with variation in the degree of severity, i.

First, acoustic descriptions indicate that voiced alveolar fricatives present lower intensity and duration than their unvoiced counterparts, due to coupling of the glottal and frictional sources