Researchers seek healthy adult males for speech production study
Research Study Details
Tongue Movement in Children with Speech Disorders Secondary to Cerebral Palsy
The purpose of this research is to understand and identify important tongue movement for clear speech production.
This research study examines typical speech movement characteristics. You will have sensors positioned on your face and tongue, while being asked to say words/sentences. In addition, your height and weight will be taken. Data obtained from your participation will help in better understanding speech production of children with Cerebral Palsy. The study should not take longer that 1-1.5 hours of your time.
Study Dates, Times and Location
Start Date: Apr 17, 2014 12:50 PM
Study Available by Appointment?: Yes
Location: Ford Building - Basement Rm. 9
Approximate Participant Study Length: 90 Minutes
Monday/Wednesday/Friday - anytime between 12-3 pm
Tuesday/Thursday - 9-12 pm
Speech Production Lab
This study has been approved by a Penn State Institutional Review Board (IRB). IRB Approval Number 42985