The Japan Society of Logopedics and Phoniatrics

The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics
2020 Vol.61 No.2 (April)


Comparative Study of Articulation Intelligibility and Self-Assessment of Japanese Monosyllables in Persons with Severe and Profound Hearing Impairments  121  

Tetsuya Yuasa and Yasuyoshi Kato

A Case of Foix-Chavany-Marie Syndrome with Traumatic Head Injury  130  

Yuka Oishi, Tsutomu Sugai and Toshiaki Tamura

Attitudes of Guardians Parenting Children Who Stutter
-Qualitative Analysis by Group Interview Method Concerning Feelings toward Child-Rearing Process, Influence of Intervention by Professional, and Participation in the Parents’ Association on Stuttering-  140  

Toshiaki Katada and Norimune Kawai

Characteristics of Speech Disfluencies in a Japanese Child with Specific Language Impairment
-Focus on Verbs and Arguments/Adjuncts-  158  

Aimi Murao and Tomohiko Ito

Changes in Nodal Lesions and Vocal Function
after Voice Therapy for Vocal Nodules  164  

Narihiro Kodama and Tetsuji Sanuki

Effects of Word Attributes on Kanji Spelling Performance in Children and Adolescents with Developmental Dyslexia  171  

Mio Yokoi, Ami Sambai and Akira Uno

Cognition through Interaction with Objects and Language Development in Children with Intellectual Developmental Disorders  177  

Tadashi Koyama

Case Report

A Case of Adult Stuttering Improvement by Effectively Evaluating Invention/Avoidance and Fear Using a Stuttering Questionnaire  188  

Masashi Shiomi, Shinya Fukunaga, Go Mizumoto, Masahiro Ikeno,
Jitsuro Yano, Shinsuke Nagami, Kenji Iwamura and Sumio Tsuzuki