Über den Autor
Nicole Müller is Professor of Communicative Disorders at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and holds a Hawthorne-BORSF Endowed Professorship. She is co-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics and of the book series Communication Disorders Across Languages. She is the co-author of Approaches to Discourse in Dementia (with J. A. Guendouzi, Lawrence Erlbaum Association, 2006), editor of Multilayered Transcription (Plural, 2007), and co-editor of The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders (with J. S. Damico and M. J. Ball, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010).rnMartin J. Ball is Hawthorne-BORSF Endowed Professor at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is co-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics and two book series: Communication Disorders Across Languages and Language and Speech Disorders (with J. S. Damico). He co-edited The Handbook of Clinical Linguistics (with M. Perkins, N. Müller and S. Howard, Wiley-Blackwell, 2008) and The Celtic Languages (with N. Müller, Routledge, 2009), and co-wrote Phonology for Communication Disorders (with N. Müller and B. Rutter, Psychology Press, 2010).
Notes on Contributors viirn1 Linguistics, Phonetics, and Speech-Language Pathology: Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 1nNicole Müller and Martin J. Ballrn2 Research Ethics 10nThomas W. Powellrn3 Experimental and Quasi-experimental Research in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 28nVesna Mildnerrn4 The Investigation of Speech Production: Experimental and Quasi-experimental Approaches 48nB. May Bernhardt, Penelope Bacsfalvi, Marcy Adler-Bock, Geetanjalee Modha, and Barbara Purvesrn5 Investigating Disordered Language: Experimental and Quasi-experimental Approaches 63nJudith D. Oxleyrn6 Qualitative Research in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 87nNicole Müllerrn7 An Ethnographic Approach to Assessing Communication Success in Interactions Involving Adults with Developmental Delay 107nJacqueline Guendouzi and Paula S. Curriern8 Conversation Analysis Applied to Disordered Speech and Language 126nScott Barnes and Alison Fergusonrn9 Clinical Sociolinguistics 146nMartin J. Ball and Louise Keeganrn10 The Recording of Audio and Video Data 160nBen Rutter and Stuart Cunninghamrn11 Data Processing: Transcriptional and Impressionistic Methods 177nMartin J. Ball, Sara Howard, Nicole Müller, and Angela Granesern12 Data Processing: Digital Analysis of Speech Audio Signals 195nMark Huckvalern13 Data Processing: Imaging of Speech Data 219nJoan Rahillyrn14 Data Analysis and Interpretation: Statistical Methods 253nEleonora Rossirn15 AphasiaBank: Data and Methods 268nBrian MacWhinney, Davida Fromm, Audrey Holland, and Margaret Forbesrn16 Disseminating Research: Reading, Writing, and Publishing 288nSharynne McLeodrnIndex 311
The only volume to offer hands-on information about the wide range of research philosophies, methods and tools used across linguistics, phonetics, and speech science, as applied to disordered speech and language.rn* Covers core topics for students undertaking their own research, including experimental and qualitative methods, sociolinguistics, corpus construction and analysis, data recording, transcription and digital analysis of speech, and speech imaging.n* Considers the research ethics associated with working with people who have speech, language or other communication difficulties.n* Includes a detailed discussion of the dissemination of research results, and advice on the writing of theses and dissertations, and on the writing and publishing of journal articles, as well the peer review process.n* Offers students and researchers from a variety of entry points - such as linguistics, education, psychology, and speech pathology - an introduction to the scope of research in clinical linguistics and phonetics, and a practical guide to this interdisciplinary field