Video illustrating the speech recording and cueing procedure (Levy et al., 2017)

<div>"This video describes the speech recording procedure for this study. Each child attended a single recording session, conducted in a quiet room. To elicit the changes in speech production, instructions and a combination of visual and verbal cueing were provided as well as prerecorded examples from a model speaker. . . . In completing the stimulus recording, the child sat in front of an experimenter. Before recording began, the child was provided with verbal instructions regarding the procedure and introduced to a mascot—the 'Hawaiian Lion' puppet—who delivered cues and provided a visual reminder of the task instructions. In addition, children were shown further visual reminders: a drawing of a cartoon character with a large, open mouth. Furthermore, to facilitate the children’s understanding of the task requirements and to ensure that a consistent model was provided, we prerecorded a model speaker producing the utterances in habitual, big mouth, and strong voice conditions."<br></div><div><br></div><div>For the entire methodology, please see the original article. </div><div><br></div><div>Levy, E. S., Chang, Y. M., Ancelle, J. A., & McAuliffe, M. J. (2017). Acoustic and perceptual consequences of speech cues for children with dysarthria. <i>Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60</i>(6S), 1766–1779. </div>