Eleventh Biennial

 

Conference on Motor Speech:

 

Motor Speech Disorders

&

Speech Motor Control

 

 

 

March 14-17, 2002

Williamsburg, VA

 

 

Conference Planners

 

Motor Speech Disorders

Co-Conference Chair: Kathryn Yorkston

Mark Hakel

Program Chair: Scott Adams

Megan Hodge

Gregory Turner

Christopher Dromey

 

Speech Motor Control

Co-Conference Chair: Christy Ludlow

Christopher Moore

Program Chair Margaret Denny

David McFarland

Eugene Buder

 

Publications: David Beukelman

 

Local Arrangements: Geralyn Schulz

 

 

Acknowledgment: This conference has been sponsored in part by the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, the Department of Special Educaiton & Communication Disorders, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, the Institute for Rehabilitation Science and Engineering at Madonna Rehabilition Hospital, Lincoln, Nebraska.


 

 

THURSDAY, March 14, 2002

 

 

12:00 PM REGISTRATION

 

1:15 WELCOMING REMARKS

 

1:30 PARKINSON disease

Moderator: Scott Adams

 

Speech & gesture analysis for evaluation of progress in LSVT treatment in Parkinson disease

F. Quek, R. Bryll, M. Harper, L. Chen, and L. Ramig

 

Long term average spectral moments in hypokinetic dysarthria

C. Dromey

 

Summary feedback schedules and speech motor learning in Parkinson's disease

S.G. Adams, A.D. Page and M. Jog

 

3:00 BREAK

 

3:30 Tongue muscles and function

Moderator: Margaret Denny

 

Quantitative morphology and histochemistry of human intrinsic lingual muscles

R. DePaul, P. Stal, J.H. Abbs, and L.E. Thornell

 

An EPG-EMA study of tongue-palate interaction for stop alveolar consonants in German: Implications for speech motor control

S. Fuchs, P. Perrier, and C. Mooshammer

 

Exploring tongue muscle interaction using tagged Cine-MRI

M. Stone and A. Lundberg

 

5:00 BREAK

 

7:00 speech intelligibility

Moderator: Scott Adams

 

Everyday listeners' perspective on ALS and HD dysarthria: A description of barriers and strategies in understanding distorted speech

E.R. Klasner, K.M. Yorkston, and M. Lillvik

 

Motor speech characteristics and timing in persons with ALS

L.J. Ball and D.R. Beukelman

 

Sentence intelligibility and acoustic contrast in adults with cerebral palsy

G. Turner and K. Hustad

 


 

FRIDAY, march 15, 2002

 

 

8:00 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST and POSTER SESSION

 

Lingual movements before and after an experimental palatal "fistula"

V.C. Marino, G.M. Schulz, W.N. Williams, P.W Wharton, and J.C.R. Dutka, and M Paulk

 

The production of emotional prosody in varying severities of apraxia of speech

S.M. Van Putten, J.P. Walker

 

Facial and vocal expression in idiopathic Parkinson's disease: Effects of intensive voice therapy (LSVT)

J.L. Spielman, L. O. Ramig, and J.C. Borod

 

Artificial neural network categorization of speech fluency measures across speech disorders

A.P. Salvatore, M. Cannito, A Biswas, R. Ingham, B.K. Bender, and B Manriquez

 

PDA-Enhanced speech treatment for Parkinson's disease

A. Halpern, C. Matos, L. Ramig, J. Spielman, and J. Bennett

 

The impact of perceptual and instrumental measures in palatal lift fitting

M. Hakel, J. Garcia, D.R. Beukelman, and J. Marshall

 

Profiling communication characteristics: Children with developmental apraxia of speech

L.J. Ball, J.E. Bernthal, and D.R. Beukelman

 

Correlation between acoustic speech characteristics and non-speech motor tasks in Parkinson's disease

A.M. Goberman

 

Effects of two intervention strategies on intelligibility in cerebral palsy

K.C. Hustad and J.M. Garcia

 

Assessment of an analytical model of pitch control

K. Kochis-Jennings, E.M. Finnegan, H.T. Hoffman, and I.R. Titze

 

An fMRI study of overt vs. covert production of mono- and multisyllabic words

L.I. Shuster, and S.K. Lemieux

 

Jaw and finger movements during visual and auditory motor tracking tasks

S.G. Adams, G. Gauthier, J.L. Vercher, and M. Jog

 

Variations in articulatory kinematics with changes in speech task

S.M. Tasko and M.D. McClean

 

Specification interacts with phonologic similarity to determine complexity of pre-motor encoding during speech production

M.A. Rogers and H.L. Storkel

 

Speech intelligibility in quiet and noise environments using speech amplification and enhancement: A preliminary assessment of the evaluation protocol

L. Weiss

 

Speaking rate effects on formants

J. Berry and G. Weismer

 

9:30 MOTOR SPEECH PRODUCTION AND RESPIRATION

Moderator: Margaret Denny

 

Adaptation to motion dependent loads in speech production

D.J. Ostry, S. Tremblay, and D.M. Shiller

 

Speech breathing in stuttering: Some classic and new analyses

M. Ho, A. Smith, and S. McGarvey

 

Respiratory and laryngeal responses to an oral air pressure bleed during speech

J.E. Huber and E.T. Stathopoulos

 

11:00 BREAK

 

11:30 ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS - I

Moderator: Christopher Dromey

 

Acoustic evidence for remapping of prosodic control in severe dysarthria

R. Patel

 

Influence of Botox on adductor spasmodic dysphonic speech: Perceptual-acoustic analyses of voice quality

M.P. Cannito, B.K. Bender, R.A. Dressler, E.H. Buder, G.E. Woodson, and T. Murry

 

Contour tone production by Cantonese speakers with cerebral palsy

V. Ciocca, T.L. Whitehill, and S.S. Ng

 

1:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

3:00 SPECIAL SESSION JAMES F. BOSMA SESSION ON DEVELOPMENT

Moderator: Margaret Denny

 

Introductory Comments

S.M. Barlow and A. Bosma Smit

 

Voltage-gated ion currents and rhythmic [Ca2+]i oscillations in embryonic mouse hindbrain

M. Bosma

 

Sensorimotor entrainment of the respiratory and orofacial systems in humans

S.M. Barlow, C. Boliek, and D.S. Finan

 

Serial production trends in the early lexicon

B.L. Davis and P.F. MacNeilage

 

MRI studies of vocal tract development: Relative growth patterns

H.K. Vorperian and R.D. Kent

 

Interaction of multiple factors in the development of speech production

A. Smith and L. Goffman

 

5:15 BREAK

 

5:30 ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS - II

Moderator: Gregory Turner

 

Analysis of conversational speech in dysarthria

K. Rosen, S. Stuntebeck, R.D. Kent, J.F. Kent, and J.R. Duffy

 

Rate and intensity effects in multiple sclerosis

K. Tjaden, A. Fox and A. Ludwig

 

6:30 ADJOURN FOR DAY


 

SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 2002

 

 

 

8:00 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST and POSTER SESSION

 

Effects of rate reduction on severe spastic dysarthria

K.C. Hustad and K. Sassano

 

Changes in vowel space and formant frequencies in Parkinson's disease following intensive voice therapy (LSVT)

J.L. Spielman, L. O. Ramig, B.H. Story, and C. Fox

 

Practice guidelines for dysarthria: Evidence for the behavioral management of the respiratory/phonatory system

K.M. Yorkston, K.A. Spencer, J.R. Duffy, L.A. Golper, E.A. Strand, M. Sullivan, R.M.Miller, and D.R. Beukelman

 

The relationship between production of suprasegmental speech characteristics and lung volumes in conversational speech

K. Bunton

 

The effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) on speech diadochokinesis

F.L. Lu, K. Gopal, D. Farrow, H.L. Gooding

 

Overgeneralization in treatment of severe apraxia of speech: A case study

A. Raymer, M. Haley, and D. Kendall

 

Applications of a specific pulmonary exercise to improve functional vital capacity

S. McKeever and R. Miller

 

Acquired dysprosody in two patients with basal ganglia lesions

D.Vanlancker Sidtis, N. Pachana, and J.J. Sidtis

 

The impact of speech supplementation on the intelligibility of speakers with traumatic brain injury

D.R. Beukelman, S. Fager, J. Logemann, and H. Baum

 

Articulatory and phonatory responses to independent manipulations of formant- and fundamental frequency-related auditory feedback

L. Max and L.S. Hine

 

The impact of hearing aid signal processing on the formant structures of children with moderate to severe hearing loss

S. Pratt, J. Grayhack, C. Palmer, L. Taubman, D. Sabo, and J. Hauser

 

The timing of laryngeal and lingual gestures of apical stops in dependence on syllable position: An EPG and transillumination study

S. Fuchs, C. Mooshammer, and P. Hoole

 

Speaker normalization of stressed and unstressed vowels in articulatory and formant spaces

C. Geng and C. Mooshammer

 

Association of orofacial with laryngeal and respiratory motor output during speech

M.D. McClean and S.M. Tasko

 

Voiced speech vs whispered speech: An H2150 positron emission tomography study

G.M. Schulz, M. Varga, C.L. Ludlow, and A. Braun

 

Cleft palate repair: Results in patients with developmental speech apraxia

T.R. Eggleston, R.M. Trivelpiece, A. Mehrhof, I. Wornom, D. Wohl

 

 

9:30 ACQUISITON AND DEVELOPMENT

Moderator: Margaret Denny

 

Speech motor control during acquisition of the voicing contrast

M.I. Grigos, J.H. Saxman, and A.M. Gordon

 

A kinematic description of oromotor behaviors during the first year of life

J.R. Green and E.M. Wilson

 

Developmental changes in respiratory and laryngeal function during Fo and intensity modulation

K.J. Reilly, C.A. Moore, R.W. Steeve, K.P. Connaghan, and K.A. Burkard

 

11:00 BREAK

 

11:30 SPECIAL SESSION:

Moderator: Scott Adams

 

The Mayo classification of dysarthria: Past, present & future

F. Boutsen, J.R. Duffy, R.D. Kent, and B.E. Murdoch

 

1:00 Afternoon off

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 2002

 

8:00 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST and POSTER SESSION

 

The effect of visual input on the differential diagnosis of dysarthria subtypes

R.I. Zraick, L.L. Sikes, T.J. Hutton, and P.N. Davis

 

The use of biofeedback in the treatment of ataxic dysarthria in patients with multiple sclerosis

K. Maddava, E. Wang, D. Stefoski, and G. Katsamakis

 

A quantitative review of Botox treatment outcomes for adductor spasmodic dysphonia

M.P Cannito, M.L. Taylor, B. Bender, and F. Boutsen

 

Speech timing variables in children with typical speech acquisition, speech delay, and suspected apraxia of speech

J.R. Green, L.D. Shriberg, and T.F. Campbell

 

Relationship between speech and nonspeech (DDK) measures in hypokinetic dysarthria

T.L. Whitehill and E.S. Tsang

 

Use of a bite block for treatment of lingual dystonia

L. Karcher and K. Forrest

 

Kinematic analysis of lingual fatigue in myasthenia gravis

J.V. Goozee, L.L. LaPointe, and B.E. Murdoch

 

Fluency and articulatory groping in the differential diagnosis of AOS: A case study

H.M. Clark and P.A. Henson

 

Intensive voice therapy for speech disorders following stroke: Two case studies

L.A. Will, L.O. Ramig, and S. Countryman

 

Does prosodic patterning relate to phonemic accuracy during speech learning?

C.J. Poletto, A. Whittle, D. Baker, M.K. Kenney and C.L. Ludlow,

 

Analysis of tongue muscle geometry based on 3D MRI and its implications on tongue muscle functions in vowel production

S. Takano and K. Honda

 

Discourse analysis of speech breathing during spontaneous monolog

M. Denny

 

Motor control for a physiological articulatory model involving muscle antagonism

J. Dang and K. Honda

 

Patterns of vocal fold length change relative to pitch modifications as factors associated with vocal fatigue

L.R. McCue, J. Barkmeier, and B. Story

 

Kinematic analysis of lingual fatigue in myasthenia gravis

L.A. Will, L.O. Ramig, and S. Countryman

 

Sensorimotor entrainment of the respiratory and orofacial systems in humans

S.M. Barlow, C. Boliek, and D.S. Finan

 

9:30 pHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF DYSARTHRIA

Moderator: Scott Adams

 

The effects of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on vocal tract dynamics in Parkinson's disease

S. Barlow, S. Park, M. Hammer, R. Pahwa, and S. Dascalos

 

Transglottal airflow measures in continuous speech and syllable repetition for subjects with vocal paralysis and normal subjects

J.A. Till and R.L. Crumley

 

A comparison of velopharyngeal function measures in dysarthria

M. McHenry

 

11:00 BREAK

 

11:30 SPEECH PRODUCTION

Moderator: Margaret Denny

 

Using functional imaging to study neurologic activity during motor speech production

J.J. Sidtis

 

Biomechanical saturation and hearing status effects in determining goals for vowels: Preliminary results from a bite block study

J.C. Vick, J.S. Perkell, H. Lane, M. Matthies, M. Zandipour, M. Tiede, E. Stockmann, and F. Guenther

 

Voice responses to changes in pitch of voice or tone auditory feedback

M. Sivasankar, J.J. Bauer, and C.R. Larson

 

1:00 LUNCH BREAK

 

2:00 APRAXIA OF SPEECH

Moderator: Scott Adams

 

Acquisition and stimulus generalization effects of sound production treatment for apraxia of speech: A follow-up treatment

J.L. Wambaugh and A.L. Martinez

 

Using a notebook computer to estimate single word intelligibility in aphasic and apraxic speakers

K.L. Haley and A. Diakaki

 

Progressive apraxia of speech: A retrospective study

J.R. Duffy

 

Phonological treatment of apraxia of speech

D.L. Kendall, T. Conway, J. Rosenbek, and L. Gonzalez-Rothi

 

4:00 BREAK

 

4:30 CHILDREN WITH MOTOR SPEECH DISORDERS

Moderator: Megan Hodge

 

Treatment of severe articulatory impairment in a three year old child: A treatment efficacy study

E.A. Strand

 

Vowel areas of children with and without dysarthria

C.M. Higgins and M.M. Hodge

 

The contribution of motor impairment in speech disordered children: A retrospective review

E.A. Strand and R. McCauley

 

6:00 ADJOURN