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Commun Sci Disord. 2004;9(3): 102-117.
The Effects on the Improvement of the Expressive Language Utterance Ability through the Delay Monitoring and Prompt Monitoring
Myoung Soon Lee` , and Ok Ran Jung`
Copyright ©2004 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
이명순(Myoung Soon Lee)| 정옥란(Ok Ran Jung)
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The purpose of this study was to find the most suitable way to improve speech and selection of the meaningful right words with decreasing neologism through the improved monitoring for jargon aphasia. For this purpose, three subjects were selected who had shown the decreased production of words, neologism and jargon as a result of stroke. The study was divided into two phases, the first treatment and second treatment. The prompt monitoring technique and the delay monitoring technique were adopted for the each phase, respectively. We used a pre-treatment and post-treatment test to find out the variations concerning improvement of word retrieval, the effect of generalization, the deduction of neologism, and the overall language production. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics and a t-test with the use of SPSS software(version 10). The assessments were conducted by the Daegu Aphasia Test, Korean-Boston Naming Test, and a generalized valuation sheet that was designed by the author. The results obtained from the present study were as follows: First, all the subjects showed the improvement on their word production. Second, they showed the effect of generalization. Third, they showed the deduction of their neologism. Fourth, they showed the improvement on the generalized language ability.
Keywords: 지연 모니터링 | 즉시 모니터링 | 자곤 | delay monitoring | prompt monitoring | jargon
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