Language Buddies Clinical and Research Programs
At Articulate Technologies, we are committed to proving our products are effective through unbiased clinical data. This represents the highest standard of practice in the field of speech and language therapyand we maintain, support, and invest in evidence based practice.
Articulate Technologies has numerous relationships with universities and Speech-Language Pathology professors around the country. If you are interested in performing additional research involving Language Buddies, feel free to contact our Chief Scientific Officer, Gordy Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research on Tactile Biofeedback Methodology and Language Buddies:
- Gordy Rogers and Jessica Galgano, "Evaluating the Efficacy of treating misarticulated /s/ with tactile biofeedback" San Diego, American Speech and Hearing Association, 2011
- Charlene Clark, Ilsa Schwartz & Robert Blakeley, "The Removable R-Appliance as a Practice Device to Facilitate the Correct Production of /r/" American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 2 (1993): 84-92.
- Dennis Ruscello, "Speech appliances in the treatment of phonological disorders"Journal of Communication Disorders 28 (1995): 331-53.
- Gordy Rogers, "Parent Effectiveness in treating speech sound disorders through tactile biofeedback" San Diego, American Speech and Hearing Association, 2011
- Gordy Rogers, "Treating misarticulated /r/ with Speech Buddies: a case study" Philadelphia, American Speech and Hearing Association, 2010
Research on Perceptual Techniques in Language Learning:
- Ann Bradlow, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, David Pisoni, & Yoh’ichi Tohkura, "Training Japanese listeners to identify English /r/ and /l/: Long-term retention of learning in perception and production"Journal of Perception and Psychophysics 61(1999): 977-985.
- Katsura Aoyama, James Emil Flege, Susan Guion, Reiko Akahane-Yamada, & Tsuneo Yamada, "Perceived phonetic dissimilarity and L2 speech learning: the case of Japanese /r/ and English /l/ and /r/"Journal of Phonetics 32 (2004): 233-250.
- Frank Gunther, "Speech Sound Acquisition, Coarticulation, and Rate Effects in a Neural Network Model of Speech Production"Psychological Review 102 (1995): 594-621.
- Satoru Shimamune & Stacey Smith, "The relationship between pronunciation and listening discrimination when Japanese natives are learning English"Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 28 (1995): 577-578.
- James Flege, "Production and perception of a novel, second-language phonetic contrast"Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 93 (1993): 1589-1608.
Research on Sensory Biofeedback in Speech:
- MB Bernhardt et al, “Ultrasound as visual feedback in speech habilitation” Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 22 (2008): 149-62.
- Penny Carter & Susan Edwards “EPG therapy for children with long-standing speech disorders: predictions and outcomes” Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics 18 (2004): 359-72.
- William Katz, Sneha Bharadwaj & Burkhard Carstens “Electromagnetic Articulography Treatment for an Adult with Broca’s Aphasia and Apraxia of Speech” Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 42 (1999): 1355-66.
- Patricia Lohman et al “Tactile awareness in children and adults during the production of isolated syllables of English” Perceptual Motor Skills 93(2001): 859-66.
- Sazzad Nasir & David Ostry “Somatosensory Precision in Speech Production” Current Biology, 16(2006): 1918-23.
- Karen Zur, Eric Genden & Mark Urken “Sensory topography of the oral cavity and the impact of free flap reconstruction: A preliminary study”Journal of Head and Neck 10(2004): 884-89.
Research on Parent Intervention:
- James Law, Zoe Garrett & Chad Nye, "The Efficacy of Treatment for Children with Developmental Speech and Language Delay/Disorder" Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 47 (2004): 924-43.
- Hugh Catts, "Speech Production/Phonological Deficits in Reading Disordered Children"Journal of Learning Disabilities19 (1986): 504–8.