Portland State University. Department of Speech Communication
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Speech Communication
Tennessee test of rhythm and intonation patterns, Language and languages -- Rhythm, Intonation (Phonetics)
1 online resource (56 p.)
Prosody is the flow of speech created by controlling elements such as pitch, rate, loudness, and stress (Tiffany and Carrell, 1977). Prosody is vital to intelligibility of speech and also communicates meaning. Despite the importance of prosody, however, few tests for the adequacy of prosodic ability in young children have been published (Koike and Asp, 1981a). To remedy this paucity of tools, Koike and Asp published the Tennessee Test of Rhythm and Intonation Patterns (T-TRIP). The clinical usefulness of the T-TRIP has been limited by a lack of normative data against which to compare individual children's performance.
The purpose of this study was to collect normative data on the T-TRIP scores of normal four and six-year-olds. The question this study asked was: What are the means and standard deviations of T-TRIP scores from the samples of four and six-year-olds? A secondary question was: Are differences between the means of the two age groups statistically significant?
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Drommond, Ray, "Normative data for the Tennessee test of rhythm and intonation patterns (T-TRIP)" (1984). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3297.