Project C-RESULTS RCT

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Description: Speech sound disorder in childhood poses a barrier to academic and social participation, with potentially lifelong consequences for educational and occupational outcomes. This project, Correcting Residual Errors with Spectral, ULtrasound, Traditional Speech therapy Randomized Controlled Trial (C-RESULTS RCT), aims to conduct the first well-powered randomized controlled trial comparing the efficacy and efficiency of intervention for residual speech errors with and without real-time visual biofeedback.

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Background: Speech sound disorder in childhood poses a barrier to academic and social participation, with potentially lifelong consequences for educational and occupational outcomes. While most speech errors resolve by the late school-age years, between 2-5% of speakers exhibit residual speech errors (RSE) that persist through adolescence or even adulthood. Previous findings from small-scale studi...

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    Master protocol detailing overall study plan

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    Informational modules for study clinicians; may be of interest to other clinicians/researchers planning to implement treatment for /r/ errors

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    Materials (checklists, stimulus lists) for intake evaluation

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  • Treatment

    Materials used in treatment, including checklists, scripts, visual aids, and stimulus lists.

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