National Cued Speech Association

Auditory Discrimination

CS is a useful training strategy in phonetics courses.

  • Beaupre, W.J. (1976) "Cued Speech as a Training Strategy in Phonetics Courses"
    (Abstract) Folia Phoniatrica, 28, 203.
  • Beaupre, W.J. (1977) "Cued Speech as a Training Strategy in Phonetics Courses."
    International Association of Logopedics Congress Proceedings, 2, 35-41.

Cued Speech can help foreign dialect students to improve their abilities to discriminate English vowels auditorily.


Chapman, I.M. (1984) "The Effects of Cued Speech on the Auditory Discrimination of English Vowels by Hearing Chinese Speakers."
Master's thesis, University of Mississippi.

Cued Speech improved the use of audition and did not divert the auditory attention of deaf children.


Charlier, B. L. & Paulissen, D. (1986) "Audiometric Vocale et Language Parle Complete (L.P.C.)" [Speech Audiometry and Cued Speech] Otica, 10, 19.

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