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Evaluating the Effect of Visual Stimuli on the Intelligibility of Dysarthric Speech

The main goal of this project is to see if dysarthric speech can be more easily understood if a visual modality is introduced. Dysarthria is a speech disorder that makes individuals difficult to understand due to impaired movement of the muscles used for speech. Demonstrating that pairing visual and audio will increase intelligibility will open doors for technical advancements in speech recognition. The next step is to take the data set from this project and identify where and how improvements can be made in state-of-the-art technologies.

Symposium Participant

Amber Bennett

Project Details

Symposium Date: Spring 2018

Research Theme: Health

Presentation Type: FURI

Faculty Mentors

  • Troy McDaniel