Thirteenth Biennial

 

Conference on Motor Speech:

 

Motor Speech Disorders

&

Speech Motor Control

 

March 23-26, 2006
Austin, Texas

 

Motor Speech Disorders

Co-Conference Chair:    Kathryn Yorkston, Ph.D.

Program Chair:              Christopher Dromey, Ph.D.

 

Speech Motor Control

Co-Conference Chair:  Christy Ludlow, Ph.D.

                                   Christopher Moore, Ph.D.

Program Chair             Carol Boliek, Ph.D.

 

Publications:                David Beukelman, Ph.D.

 

Local Arrangements:    Tom Marquardt, Ph.D.

                                   Harvey Sussman, Ph.D.

 

Conference Management: Mark Hakel, Ph. D.

 

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

 

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

 

ASHA’s Special Interest Division 2, Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders, is approved by the Continuing Education Board of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association to provide continuing education activities in speech-language pathology and audiology.  This program is offered for up to 2.3 CEUs (advanced level; professional area).  ASHA CE Provider approval does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products, or clinical procedures.

 

An annual ASHA CE Registry fee is required to register ASHA CEU’s. CE Registry fees are paid by the participant directly to the ASHA National Office. The annual CE Registry fee allows registration of an unlimited number of ASHA CEUs for the calendar year. Contact the ASHA CE staff at 800.498.2071, ext 4219 for CE Registry fee subscription information.


 

THURSDAY, March 23, 2006

 

7:30 AM REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

 

8:00 WELCOME

 

8:30 PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Changes to respiratory kinematics associated with different cues to increase loudness in Parkinson’s disease
N. Sadagopan, J. Huber

Intelligibility in Parkinson Disease: Effects of Speech Task
K. Tjaden, G. Greenman

The Relation Between Laryngeal Mechanosensory Detection and Laryngeal Aerodynamics in Parkinson's Disease
M. Hammer, S. Barlow, R. Pahwa

 

10:00 BREAK

 

10:15 MODELING AND MAPPING

Learning of a novel sensorimotor mapping involving the speech articulators
K. Reilly, F. Guenther, J. Tourville

Reconstructing 3D tongue movement from multiplanar paced ultrasound scans to identify motor strategies for midsagittal grooving
H. Flowers, T. Bressmann, B. Carmichael, C. Heng, W. Wong

Translation of 3-D articulatory signals acquired by electromagnetic articulography to a visual display of lingual movements for biofeedback: Preliminary results
G. Schulz, J. Hahn, G. Jin, J. Kiraly, B. Carstens, B. Carstens

 

11:45 LUNCH BREAK

 

1:30 SPECIAL SESSION

Perceptives on Motor Speech & Cognition Interactions
I. Stockman, L. Goffman, D. Hayden, R. Kent, E. Strand

 

3:00 BREAK

 

3:15 INTELLIGIBILITY AND EFFORT

Effects of a concurrent motor task on speech intelligibility for speakers with Parkinson disease
K. Bunton, C. Keintz

Contributing factors to listener effort for dysarthric speech
T. Whitehill, C. Chan

Development of an unpredictable sentence intelligibility test
M. McHenry, A. Parle

 

4:45 INTRO TO POSTER SESSION

 

5:00 POSTER SESSION

Chest wall EMG during postural stability tasks and vocalization in infants and young children with and without neurogenic communication disorders
C. Boliek, L. Homaeian, C. Welsh, R. Sherkat, J. Norton, J. Clair

Articulator movement stability across a period of phonemic development
M. Grigos

Kinematics of repetitive speech in children with speech delay of unknown origin
L. Venkatesh, C. Moore

The effect of positioning on acoustic characteristics of infant pain cries
A. Goberman, S. Johnson, M. Cannizzaro, M. Robb

Facial Kinematics of Speaker with Palatal Lift
S. Fager, J. Green, D. Beukelman

EMA Assessment of Tongue Function in dysarthria following stroke
Y. Chen, J. Goozée, B. Murdoch

A Study on Articulatory Movements of Pathological Tongue based on a 3D Physiological Articulatory Simulator
S. Fujita, J. Dang, K. Honda

Understanding the outcomes of BOTOX® treatment for spasmodic dysphonia from the client’s perspective
C. Baylor, K. Yorkston, T. Eadie, N. Maronian

LSVT® and Children with Down Syndrome: A Pilot Study
J. Petska, T. Robinson, A. Halpern, L. Ramig, C. Fox

LSVT® Following Deep Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus
J. Spielman, J. Petska, A. Halpern, L. Ramig

Computer Software for Monitoring Performance during Speech Motor Learning Tasks
L. Ball, W. Quach, D. Rupp, T. Jakobs

Intensity and fundamental frequency variability before and after two behavioral treatments for aprosodia
H. Jones, R. Shrivastav, E. Plowman, J. Rosenbek

An Evaluation of New Software to Assist Dysarthric Speakers with Independent Rate Reduction Practice
C. Dobinson, B. Petheram, N. Miller

Practice Guidelines for Dysarthria: Evidence for Effectiveness of Treatment of Rate, Loudness or Prosody
K. Yorkston, M. Hakel, D. Beukelman, S. Fager

Perceptual Analysis of Speech in (MSA) and (PSP)
L. Hartelius, B. Holmberg

EMST and LSVT in Patients with Parkinson Disease
C. Carmichael, C. Sapienza, B. Hoffman-Ruddy, L. Ramig

Effects of perturbations in pitch of auditory feedback on the inflection of syllables during English speech phrases
J. Bauer, C. Larson

Neural correlates of speech production: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study
L. Shuster

 

7:00 ADJOURN FOR DAY

 

 

FRIDAY, march 24, 2006

 

 

7:30 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

 

8:00 PERTURBATION PLUS OTHER TOPICS

Vocal responses to multi-dimensional acoustic perturbations
C. Larson, H. Takaso, J. Sun, T. Hain

Speech motor control during unanticipated pertrubation of the lip: replication and extension of Gracco & Abbs 1985
K. Ballard, J. Moon, D. Robin, J. Folkins

Development of speaking rate: A kinematic perspective
I. Nip, J. Green

The effects of divided attention on speech kinematics, verbal fluency and manual motor performance
C. Dromey, E. Hamblin

 

10:00 BREAK

 

10:15 PARKINSON'S DISEASE AND TREATMENT

The relationship between cognitive ability and speech performance under AAF conditions
A. Lowit, B. Brendel, P. Howell

Virtual Speech Therapists - Expanding the Horizons of Speech Treatment for Parkinson’s disease
A. Halpern, R. Cole, L. Ramig, J. Yan, J. Petska, S. Van Vuuren, J. Spielman

An integrated speech and physical therapy approach for PD
C. Fox, B. Farley, L. Ramig, D. McFarland

Using Computer Games to Mediate Caregiver-Child Communication
R. Patel, A. Salata

 

12:15 INTRO TO POSTER SESSION

 

12:30 POSTER SESSION

Perceptual and acoustic correlates of the normal aging voice
E. Stathopoulos, J. Sussman, J. Huber

Articulatory movement and normal aging: Acoustic and kinematic data
K. Strom, F. Boutsen, K. Thompson

Speed accuracy relationships in speech motor behavior
S. Tasko

Lip and tongue movements in vowel-consonant-vowel sequences: The effect of consonant length
A. Lofqvist

The predictability of formant patterns based on lingual kinematics
A. Mefferd, J. Green

Motor learning of volitional nonspeech oral movements: Interoral pressure and articulatory kinematics
S. Shaiman, M. McNeil, N. Szuminsky, K. Meigh, J. Kotler

Oral-motor learning, retention, and transfer as a function of attentional focus
S. Freedman, E. Maas, M. Caligiuri, G. Wulf, D. Robin

Principles of Motor Learning Applied to the Treatment of Acquired Apraxia of Speech: Effects of Feedback Frequency and Timing
S. Austermann Hula, D. Robin, E. Maas, K. Ballard, R. Schmidt

 Treatment Guidelines for Apraxia of Speech: Lessons for Future Research
 J. Wambaugh

Non-word repetition in children with childhood apraxia of speech
K. Forrest, E. Duroska

Vowel targeting in apraxia of speech: Preliminary findings of a bite block study
A. Jacks, T. Marquardt, S. Key-Delyria

Apraxia of Speech: A Perceptual Analysis of Consonant Production in Multisyllabic Words
S. Mauszycki, J. Wambaugh

Speech motor programming in apraxia of speech: A reaction time approach
E. Maas, D. Robin, K. Ballard, C. Magnuson, D. Wright

Treatment of Severe Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Treatment Efficacy Study
E. Strand, R. Stoeckel, B. Baas

Behavioral and physiological markers of synchrony during face-to-face interactions
C. Boliek, C. Welsh, L. Homaeian, K. Jones, R. Sherkat

Effect of medication withdrawal on response preparation in Parkinson’s disease
K. Spencer

Effects of STN-DBS on perceptual and acoustical measures of speech in patients with Parkinson’s disease
E. Tripoliti, P.Limousin

Stimulating loudness vs. training loudness: What’s the difference and does it matter?
L. Will, J. Spielman, L. Ramig

Fundamental frequency characteristics of speakers with cerebral palsy and dysarthria:
K. Hustad, G. Weismer, S. Schellinger

 

2:30 AFTERNOON FREE

 

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2006

 

7:30 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

 

8:00 ASSESSMENT ISSUES

Assessing disordered speech in Parkinson’s Disease online: A telerehabilitation application
D. Theodoros, G. Constantinescu, T. Russell, E. Ward

Effects of severity of speech involvement on acoustic measures in diverse dysarthric types
Y. Kim, G. Weismer, R. Kent

Dynamic Assessment of Acquired and Developmental Apraxia of Speech in Children
E. Strand, R. McCauley, R. Stoeckel

 

9:30 BREAK

 

9:45 SPECIAL SESSION

Issues in Neuroplasticity
T. Schallert

The Impact of Neural plasticity on the Treatment of Motor Speech Disorders: Translation, Research designs, Clinical implementation and Student training
L. Ramig, C. Fox, B. Farley, C. Sapienza

 

11:45 LUNCH BREAK

 

1:30 OTHER POPULATIONS

Progressive Apraxia of Speech as a Sign of Motor Neuron Disease
J. Duffy, R. Peach, E. Strand

Articulatory movements associated with vowels produced by speakers with dysarthria and normal controls
Y. Yunusova, J. Westbury and G. Weismer

Vocal Tract Steadiness in Spasmodic Dysphonia Revisited
M. Cannito, L. Chorna

 

3:00 INTRO TO POSTER SESSION

 

3:15 POSTER SESSION

Common modes of vocal track articulation based on kinematic data
B. Story, A. Swami

A Comparison of Intelligibility Measurement Techniques for Dysarthric Speech
J. Laures-Gore, G. Weismer

Influence of alphabet cues on listeners’ ability to identify first letters, first phonemes
K. Hustad

ALS and HD Dysarthria: Comparison of Everyday Listeners with High and Low Speech Intelligibility Scores
E. Klasner, K. Yorkston, J. Hoffman

Hemisphere-specific effects of subthalamic DBS on speaking rate and intelligibility of syllable repetitions in Parkinson's disease
E. Wang, L. Verhagen Metman, R. Bakay, J. Arzbaecher, B. Bernard, D. Corcos

A cross-linguistic study of rhythm in ataxic dysarthria
J. Röder, A. Lowit, E. Schalling, L. Hartelius, P. Azou, I. Mennen

Effects of Multi-talker Noise on Conversational Speech Intensity in Parkinson’s Disease
 S. Adams, B. Moon, A. Dykstra, K. Abrams, M. Jenkins, M. Jog

Identification of Contrastive Stress in Dysarthria: Pilot Results
R. Patel, C. Watkins

Does Increased F0 variability following treatment affect vowel perception for speakers with Parkinson disease?
K. Bunton

Speech Rate Characteristics in Dysarthria: Comparison of Reading and Extemporaneous Tasks
K. Tjaden, T. Juma, R. Pruitt, G. Greenman

Does a prolonged speech-like task affect speech in Parkinson disease?
N. Solomon, M. Makashay

Improving dual task performance in early-onset Parkinson’s
B. Farley, C. Fox, C. Collins

Tongue Strength and Speech in Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy
A. Neel, P. Palmer., G. Sprouls, L. Morrison

DBS treatment efficacy in a patient with Cerebellar lesion
F. Boutsen, M. Lenaerts, A. Rexwinkle

Vowel Harmonic Amplitude Differences in a Speaker with Hypokinetic Dysarthria
M. Cannito, D. Suiter, T. Wolf, L. Chorna, D. Beverly

 

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2006

 

7:30 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

 

8:00 MOTOR LEARNING

Kinematic learning of a novel speech task
T. Loucks, M. Kenney, C. Poletto, A. Palein, C. Ludlow

Specificity of motor learning
D. Ostry, S.Tremblay

An examination of the somatosensory precision requirements of speech production
S. Nasir, D. Ostry

 

9:30 BREAK

 

9:45 TOPIC IN SPEECH DISORDERS

Genotypic differences in speech and regional brain activity in hereditary ataxia
J. Sidtis, C. Gomez

Does a prolonged speech-like task affect sense of effort in Parkinson disease?
N. Solomon, M. Makashay, K. Cannard

 

10:45 CLOSING COMMENTS

 

11:00 ADJOURNMENT