Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Troubles auditifs centraux chez des enfants et adolescents cérébrolésés: évaluations audiologiques effectuées à partir d'épreuves non verbales et de l'adaptation française d'épreuves verbales

Author(s) Benoît Jutras, MOA
Jean-Pierre Gagné, PhD
Lucie Morin, MOA
Claire Dénommée, MOA
Ghislaine Meilleur, MOA
Volume 21
Number 4
Year 1997
Page(s) 294-300
Language French
Keywords troubles
Abstract Nous présentons trois individus ayant eu un traumatisme crânien ou un accident cérébro-vasculaire et chez qui nous avons décelé des incapacités auditives centrales. Nous avons évalué leurs habiletés auditives en utilisant des épreuves non verbales et l'adaptation française d'épreuves verbales. Les résultats obtenus montrent que l'adaptation française du test d'écoute compétitive dichotique de messages verbaux, le Staggered Spondaic Word (SSW) permet d'identifier des incapacités auditives spécifiques au site de lésion corticale ou sous-corticale, tel que rapporté par Katz (1978, 1992).

We present three individuals who had suffered either brain injury or a stroke and who showed signs of central auditory disorders. We assessed their auditory abilities using non verbal tests as well as French-language adaptations of verbal tests. The results showed that the French-language adaptation of the Staggered Spondaic Word (SSW) for dichotic competitive listening test for verbal messages allows for the identification of auditory deficiencies specific to the site of cortical or sub-cortical lesions, as reported by Katz (1978, 1992).
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