Documenting changes in speech intelligibility across time is an important but difficult task for speech-language pathologists. This study reports on the development and initial testing of the Preschool Speech Intelligibility Measure (PSIM), a single-word, multiple-choice intelligibility measure. The PSIM is adapted from the Assessment of Intelligibility of Dysarthric Speech (Yorkston & Beukelman, 1981) and is designed to plot changes in children’s speech intelligibility across time. This instrument is offered as an addition to the existing array of available speech intelligibility measures.
Morris, Sherrill R., "The Preschool Speech Intelligibility Measure" (1995). Faculty Peer-Reviewed Publications. 536.
School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
This work was supported by NIH grant #HO29D90046 and KECRI grant # HO24U80001