Szybkość tworzenia wypowiedzi słownych w perspektywie gerontolingwistycznej - na przykładzie starzenia się fizjologicznego i dementywnego

Mirosław Michalik , Stanisław Milewski , Katarzyna Kaczorowska-Bray , Anna Solak , Małgorzata Krajewska


The aim of the research was to analyse the rate of speech of physiologically and dementially ageing people with the following parameters in mind: the rate of speech and the rate of articulation, the ratio of pauses within the speech and their total duration, proper pauses and semi-filled pauses. The research data has been analysed with the use of Audacity software. Shapiro-Wilk and Mann-Whitney tests were utilised during the quantitative and the statistical stage of the study. The results obtained clearly show that the rate of speech of people with dementia is slower compared to the rate of speech of physiologically ageing people and to the control group, which consisted of children.
Author Mirosław Michalik
Mirosław Michalik,,
, Stanisław Milewski (FL / DL)
Stanisław Milewski,,
- Department of Logopaedics
, Katarzyna Kaczorowska-Bray (FL / DL)
Katarzyna Kaczorowska-Bray,,
- Department of Logopaedics
, Anna Solak
Anna Solak,,
, Małgorzata Krajewska
Małgorzata Krajewska,,
Other language title versionsThe rate of speech production from the perspective of gerontolinguistics - on the example of physiological and demential aging
Journal seriesAnnales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis, Studia Linguistica, ISSN 2083-1765, (N/A 20 pkt)
Issue year2019
Publication size in sheets0.65
Keywords in Polishgerontolingwistyka, choroba Alzheimera, starzenie się fizjologiczne, tempo artykulacji, tempo mowy, przerwa
Keywords in Englishgerontolinguistics, Alzheimer's disease, physiological ageing, rate of articulation, rate of speech, pause
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)20
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 20.0, 28-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal
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