NB: THIS SURVEY HAS BEEN CLOSED. THE QUESTIONNAIRE IS STILL AVAILABLE IN ORDER TO ALLOW AN OVERVIEW FOR THE READER OF THE ARTICLE RESULTING FROM THIS STUDY. NO FURTHER RESPONSES AFTER SEPTEMBER 24, 2020 WILL BE ANALYZED.
Investigators: Timothy POMMÉE1, Julien PINQUIER1, Virginie WOISARD2,3,4, Julie MAUCLAIR1, Renée SPEYER5
1 IRIT, CNRS, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France
2 CHU Larrey, Toulouse, France
3 Oncopole, Toulouse, France
4 Laboratoire Octogone Lordat, Toulouse, France
5 Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
The main aim of this Delphi study is to develop guidelines for the creation of standardized reading passages for the assessment of speech and voice disorders.
Today, several reading passages exist, most of which however do not seem to meet the clinicians' and researchers' expectations and needs.
This Delphi study therefore yields to seek agreement through an international decision-making process, on what criteria should be taken into account when creating a new reading passage.
When assessing speech, both instrumental and perceptual measures can be used, the latter of which still seem to be the golden standard in clinical practice. Nonetheless, there appears to be a lack of consensus regarding the terminology of the perceptual concepts, as well as how to assess them.
Therefore, this consensus survey will be structured as follows:
1) Definitions of speech-related concepts*
2) Perceptual and objective speech measures*
3) Criteria for creating standard reading passages
*questions in these sections will only be presented to participants with activities in speech and fluency disorders
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There are 49 questions in this survey.