Date of this Version
Published in Communication Disorders Quarterly 35:1 (2013), pp. 39-43; doi: 10.1177/152574011349
This single case study served to examine text-to-speech (TTS) effects on reading rate and comprehension in an individual with mild aphasia and cognitive impairment. Findings showed faster reading, given TTS presented at a normal speaking rate, but no significant comprehension changes. TTS may support reading in people with aphasia when time limitations exist.