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Factors that influence the voice of children

There are different factors that affect the quality of children's voice although they do not suffer any specific pathology. For example, if our child is nervous and advance the jaw or tighten the...
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Echolalia in children with autism spectrum disorder

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are a classic example of a patient with ecolalia. When he is not able to make himself understood, he tends to get frustrated and mount a huff. We will try...
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What is echolalia

The ecolalia is a speech disorder which consists in the involuntary and unconscious repetition of words, phrases, and even conversations, dialogues or songs, that the patient has listened to, whether...
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