Irene Hidalgo de la Guía

Irene Hidalgo de la Guía
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid | UAM · Departamento de Filología Española

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Complex simultaneous neuropsychophysiological mechanisms are responsible for the processing of the information to be transmitted and for the neuromotor planning of the articulatory organs involved in speech. The nature of this set of mechanisms is closely linked to the clinical state of the subject. Thus, for example, in populations with neurodevel...
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Down Syndrome (DS) has been the aim of numerous studies, although its phonation specificities have not received much attention. DS is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of a third copy of chromosome 21, being the explanation of different behavioral and clinical anomalies: developmental disorders, hearing, speech and language impairments and...
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Smith–Magenis syndrome (SMS) is a rare genetic disease characterized by intellectual disability, serious behavior disorders, neurodevelopment delay, and speech and language disorders. An acoustic and biomechanical analysis of the voice of SMS young adults was carried out due to (a) the close relationship between the laryngeal biomechanics and the c...
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Los trastornos del neurodesarrollo presentes en alteraciones como el síndrome de Down, el síndrome de Williams y el síndrome de Smith Magenis subyacen en las características cognitivas, conductuales y lingüísticas de quienes los padecen. Pese a tratarse de tres alteraciones genéticas que cursan con discapacidad intelectual y que comparten aspectos...
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The study of the voice is a very valuable tool in the field of rare diseases. That is because the biomechanical and acoustic analysis of phonation allows to detect specific features of a particular genetic and rare syndrome. In the case of Williams syndrome (WS), it was proved that some clinical features connected to this syndrome can be observed b...

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