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Re: llrrrpp and LarH llrrrpp

Posted by B2chica on May 10, 2006, at 14:14:44

In reply to Re: llrrrpp and LarH, posted by llrrrpp on May 10, 2006, at 13:44:49

without giving too much info here i know a few folks working in language acquisition (information processing and such) but i've never gotten too much into it, i prefer late onset and primarily motor speech disorders.

to your question posed, i've often wondered if there is an acoustic component to talk therapy affecting depressive symptoms, almost like some link between sensation of certain frequencies and affect....i'd personally like to see a study using acoustic therapy with three sub-groups, MDD, BP and Schizophrenia and use acoustic therapy with 1)white noise, 2)pink noise and 3)brown noise and a voice using a low fund. freq. and measure their 1)irritibility/relaxation moods before and after, their 2)clearness of thought and their 3)comprehension (subjective and objectively). and their speech production (open-ended and specified reading tasks)
am i way off in space here?
if you know anyone that's interested...babblemail me.

and i thought that b@tching about your advisor at LEAST once a week was kinda a requirement to get through the program???

llrrrp, suprisingly i think i pronounced it right the first read through??!!

-you funny.





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