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Author NĂ­ Chuileann, Susan.

Title Who's Talking? The Effect of Personalised Voice on Speech Generating Devices for the Child with Autism (1)
Published Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
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Contents Assessing Recollection and Familiarity SeparatelyThe Remember-Know (RK) Procedure; The RK Procedure and LFA; Assessing Recollection and Familiarity in LFA; Summary; Chapter Two; Our First Study; What We Did and How We Did It; Discussion; Our Second Study; What We Did and How We Did It; Training Test 1; Training Test 2; Training Test 3; Main Test; Discussion; General Discussion; Chapter Three; Overview; Defining Voice; A Model of Voice Perception; Recognising Familiar Voices; The Pre-School Child; Self-Voice Recognition; Recognising Unfamiliar Voices
Recognising Unfamiliar Voices between the Ages of Six to FourteenSummary of Voice Recognition in the Typically-Developing Child; Familiar Voice Recognition in ASD; Age and its Effects on Voice Recognition in ASD; Unfamiliar Voice Recognition in ASD; Summary; Chapter Four; Overview; Our Third Study; What We Did and How We Did It; Materials and Procedures; What We Found Out About Voice Recognition in Autism; The Effect of Diagnosis on Participant Ability to Match Voices to Faces; The Effect of NVMA and Gender on Participant Ability to Match Voices to Faces
Table of Contents; List of Illustrations; List of Tables; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter One; The Multi-Store Model of Memory; The Original Working Memory Model of Memory; Tulving's Taxonomy of Memory Systems; Dual-Process Theories of Memory; The Atkinson Model; The Mandler Model; The Jacoby Model; The Yonelinas Model; The Tulving Model; Summary; Measuring Memory and Testing Assumptions; Free Recall and ASD; Cued Recall and ASD; Source Memory and ASD; Recognition and ASD; Summary; Task-Dissociation Methods; Process-Estimation Methods
The Effect of Repeated Exposure to Stimuli Used at TestThe Principle of Maximum Contrast; The Principle of Minimum Contrast; Discussion; Our Fourth Study; What We Did and How We Did It; What We Found Out About Self-Voice-Face Matching in Autism; Discussion; Summary of Studies 3 and 4; Our Fifth Study; What We Did and How We Did It; What We Found Out About Self-Voice Recognition in Autism; Discussion; Chapter Five; What We Did and How We Did It; The Design of the Study; What We Found Out; A Case Study Approach; Section 1; Summary; Section 2; Summary; Conclusion; References
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Subject Communication devices for autistic children.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1443896764 (electronic bk.)
9781443896764 (electronic bk.)