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Journal
2017 | 46 | 141-156
Article title

Muzyka i intonacja w percepcji dzieci korzystających z aparatów słuchowych

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Title variants
EN
Music and Intonation in the Perception of Children Using Hearing Aids
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Abstracts
PL
Cechy wspólne mowy i muzyki są szczególnie widoczne w prozodii. Wyniki badań nad powiązaniami procesów percepcji obydwu tych zjawisk, choć istotne w perspektywie zastosowania muzyki w działaniach służących kształtowaniu prozodii mowy, opisywane są w literaturze stosunkowo rzadko. Niewiele jest również doniesień na ten temat w odniesieniu do osób z uszkodzonym narządem słuchu. W artykule zaprezentowano wyniki badań własnych nad odbiorem zjawisk muzycznych – melodii i rytmu oraz intonacji w mowie przez dzieci z prelingwalnym uszkodzeniem narządu słuchu korzystające z aparatów słuchowych. Wskazują one na obniżoną, w porównaniu z grupą kontrolną, sprawność percepcyjną badanych w zakresie wszystkich tych zjawisk. Najmniejsze zaburzenia dotyczą odbioru struktur intonacyjnych, największe zaś – melodii instrumentalnych.
EN
The features shared by speech and music are particularly noticeable in prosody. The results of studies on the connections between perception processes of the two phenomena, although important from the perspective of the use of music in measures serving to shape the prosody of speech, are described comparatively seldom in literature. There are also few reports concerning persons with impaired hearing. The article presents the results of the authors’ own research on the perception of musical phenomena – melody and rhythm as well as intonation in speech by fitting prelingual hearing-impaired children with hearing aids. As compared with the control group, the results show a lower perception skill of the subjects in respect of all these phenomena. The weakest disorders are reported in the perception of intonation structures, while the strongest – in the perception of instrumental melodies.
Journal
Year
Volume
46
Pages
141-156
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Dates
published
2020-08-27
Contributors
author
  • Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Lublin Zakład Logopedii i Językoznawstwa Stosowanego
  • Centrum Kompleksowej Terapii Psychologiczno-Pedagogicznej dla Dzieci „SPEKTRUM”, Grodzisk Mazowiecki
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