Speechreading and Speechreading Tests: A Survey of Rehabilitative Audiologists
Source Publication (e.g., journal title)
American Annals of the Deaf
Members of the Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology were surveyed to determine their views on speechreading and speechreading tests. Although a minority of those surveyed were providing speechreading training, most considered speechreading important but were concerned about the validity and usefulness of speechreading tests. Audiologists felt a need for new speechreading tests in all age groups, ranging from preschool to older adults. Thus, there is a need for new speechreading tests to go along with the new methods of training, such as speech tracking.
White, Susan, Jess Dancer, and Nola Burl. "Speechreading and speechreading tests: A survey of rehabilitative audiologists." American annals of the deaf (1996): 236-239.