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Unexpected benefits of Voice Type computing

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Six of seven grade school students using Voice Type Voice Data entry systems experienced a variety of unexpected learning. Improvements in speech, breathing patterns, stamina and overall communication were noted in six of the participants. This paper looks at the partnership that produced this result as well as case synopsis for six of the usersFull Text at Springer, may require registration or fee

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