Odbiór emocji wyrażonych w prozodii u dzieci z uszkodzonym narządem słuchu



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Reception of Emotions Expressed in the Prosy by Children with Damaged Hearing System
Hearing damage causes difficulties in perception not only of segmented speech components but also of suprasegmental structures. As a result, many functions performed by the prosody of speech, which are important for the understanding and interpretation of language communication, become unavailable to people with impaired hearing. The article presents the results of own research on perception of emotions encoded in the prosody of speech (happiness, sadness and anger) by children with prelingual hearing damage. The obtained results indicate that children’s ability to perceive emotions expressed prosodically is significantly reduced when compared with normal-hearing children’s. Difficulties in this respect increase proportionally to the hearing loss severity.
Key words: prosody, hearing damage, perception of prosodic phenomena


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Opublikowane : 2017-12-20


Wysocka, M., & Mackiewicz, L. (2017). Odbiór emocji wyrażonych w prozodii u dzieci z uszkodzonym narządem słuchu. Logopedia Silesiana, (6), 89-103. Pobrano z https://www.journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/LOGOPEDIASILESIANA/article/view/7306

Marta Wysocka  marta.wysocka@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
Zakład Logopedii i Językoznawstwa Stosowanego, Uniwersytet Marii Curie‑Skłodowskiej w Lublinie 
Luiza Mackiewicz 
Centrum Kompleksowej Terapii Psychologiczno-Pedagogicznej dla Dzieci „Spektrum”, Grodzisk Mazowiecki