Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

L'organisation séquentielle de stimuli acoustiques: cadre conceptuel et implications cliniques

 
Author(s) Benoît Jutras, MOA
Jean-Pierre Gagné, PhD
Volume 20
Number 3
Year 1996
Page(s) 197-206
Language French
Category
Keywords habileté
centrale
perception
auditive
Abstract Cet article poursuit deux ofjectifs: décrire les étapes et les composantes sous-jacentes à l'organisation séquentielle de stimuli acoustiques, et démontrer les im;lications cliniques reliées aux aspects thériques de l'organisation séquentielle auditive. Nous proposons un cadre conceptuel illustrant l'importance des processus perceptifs et mnésiques dans la reconnaissance de l'ordre de séquences d'éléments auditifs. Les perspectives de réadaptation des personnes ayant des problèmes auditifs d'organisation sßquentielle sont également abordées.


This article has two objectives: (a) describe the steps and components underlying the sequential organization of acoustical stimuli, and (b) show the clinical implications of the theoretical aspects of auditory sequential organization. We propose a conceptual framework that illustrates the importance of perceptive and mnemonic processes in the recognition of the order of sequences of auditory elements. Perspectives for the rehabilitation of individuals with auditory sequencing problems are also addressed.
Record ID 178
Link http://cjslpa.ca/files/1996_JSLPA_Vol_20/No_03_169-217/Jutras_Gagne_JSLPA_1996.pdf
 
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