Perception of Speech by Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease: A Review


This article is a review of literature and studies involving perception in individuals with Parkinson’s. A review of empirical evidence suggests that individuals living with Parkinson’s Disease have possible deficits in the perception of speech concerning loudness, as well as perception of verbal emotions. The casual and nature of perceptual deficit are largely undetermined and need to be further researched.

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