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SpeechEasy Seeks Proposals For Future Research Studies
Date:7/25/2009

In summary, the RFP solicits interested qualified institutions and/or individuals to conduct an efficacy or basic science research study regarding the use of SpeechEasy, or its associated technology. Priority is being given to proposals which address basic research on responses to perturbed auditory feedback in children between the ages of 8 and 18, including but not limited to speech fluency and its underlying acoustic and/or kinematic features. These studies are being created and supported in an effort to provide the company, the professional community and the public with information regarding the safety and long-term effectiveness of the SpeechEasy product and its technology.

Greenville, NC (PRWEB) July 25, 2009 -- Janus Development Group (Janus), the providers of SpeechEasy, the nation's leading provider of portable speech fluency devices, has issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) for new research studies.

In summary, the RFP solicits interested qualified institutions and/or individuals to conduct an efficacy or basic science research study regarding the use of SpeechEasy, or its associated technology. Priority is being given to proposals which address basic research on responses to perturbed auditory feedback in children between the ages of 8 and 18, including but not limited to speech fluency and its underlying acoustic and/or kinematic features. These studies are being created and supported in an effort to provide the company, the professional community and the public with information regarding the safety and long-term effectiveness of the SpeechEasy product and its technology.

In November 2007, Janus assembled an independent research review panel to assist with the development of RFPs, the evaluation of the submitted proposals, and the selection of final grant recipients. The first RFP was created and publicized in July 2008, with Dr. Ken Logan from the University of Fl
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