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Yvonne Rogalski (Speech-Language Pathology) Publishes Research on the Relationship Between Trained Ratings and Untrained Listeners' Judgments of Global Coherence in Extended Monologues

Contributed by Maureen Forrest on 08/19/19 

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The article describes a comparison between trained ratings of global coherence (topic maintenance) and untrained listeners' judgments of topic maintenance and attention/interest. Findings provide preliminary external validity for the 4-point global coherence rating scale and support its clinical utility.

For the complete abstract, please see the following link:

The Relationship Between Trained Ratings and Untrained Listeners' Judgments of Global Coherence in Extended Monologues: Aphasiology: Vol 0, No 0 

Yvonne Rogalski (Speech-Language Pathology) Publishes Research on the Relationship Between Trained Ratings and Untrained Listeners' Judgments of Global Coherence in Extended Monologues | 0 Comments |
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