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30.06.2022. Original Scientific Article
Reading ability of young school-age children

Introduction. Reading is a complex linguistic and cognitive ability, acquired through learning. Children of typical development in the first four years of school completely master the reading skill. However, some children may have difficulty learning to read despite their preserved intellectual abilities and adequate training. The aim of this paper...

By MILE VUKOVIĆ, RADA RELJIĆ TRIVKOVIĆ, SLAĐANA ĆALASAN

Introduction. The human voice is an important characteristic that enables the distinction of human from other living beings. Otherwise, it represents a picture of a person ́s personality, his health, mental and emotional state. The research aims are to determine the voice characteristics of vocal professionals with diagnosed vocal cord nodules by s...

By MILA BUNIJEVAC, ZLATKO MAKSIMOVIĆ, ANDRIJANA MIKIĆ

Introduction. Writing is the most complex human ability and the most direct form of communication. Auditory discrimination is the ability to distinguish different sounds of language. After the age of seven, difficulties in auditory discrimination, even of similar sounds, are considered a pathological phenomenon. The aim of the research was to deter...

By VESELA MILANKOV, IVANA ANĐIĆ, JELENA VRUĆINIĆ, LJILJANA SIMIĆ, MILICA STELKIĆ

Introduction. Higher level of knowledge and frequent contacts with peers with disabilities can influence the emergence of more positive attitudes of students towards peers with disabilities. In regard to that, our aim was to test the importance of knowledge, contact frequency and other possible factors influencing attitudes of students toward disab...

By SLAĐANA ĐOREM, GORDANA ODOVIĆ, ANA LUKIĆ, JELENA MILIĆ, BOJAN JOKSIMOVIĆ, MILENA BOŽINOVIĆ

Introduction. Stroke is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The relationship between metabolic syndrome (MetS) and homocysteinemia (Hcy) as risk factors for ischemic stroke (IS) is not completely clear. The aim of the study was to determine the frequency of MetS, serum level of Hcy and the frequency of hyperhomocysteinem...

By MILORAD VUJNIĆ, NELA RAŠETA, ALMA PRTINA, TATJANA MILIVOJAC, SINIŠA RISTIĆ

Introduction. Radiological assessment is still being considered a golden standard when it comes to detection, follow-up and treatment of idiopathic scoliosis. However, it has universally been proven that radiation is cumulative and that it has oncogenic effects. For this reason, nowadays it is becoming increasingly popular to perform spinal ultraso...

By SAMRA PJANIĆ, GORAN TALIĆ, DRAGANA BOJINOVIĆ-RODIĆ

Introduction. Larynx carcinoma is one of the most common malignant tumors of the upper aerodigestive tract that causes the change in normal anatomical relationships in the neck, which leads to communication and social interaction disorders. The aim of the paper is to examine the impact of education on the quality of life of laryngectomized patients...

By MILA BUNIJEVAC, MIRJANA PETROVIĆ-LAZIĆ, SINIŠA MAKSIMOVIĆ

Introduction.Voice is the result of vocal cord vibrations and resonance effects of the vocal tract, therefore, the instrumental monitoring of the vibrations themselves is one of the essential aspects of objective instrumental assessment of voice. Inadequate height and volume, as well as increased nasality, represent the basic characteristics of voi...

By SLAĐANA ĆALASAN, MIRJANA PETROVIĆ-LAZIĆ, NADICA JOVANOVIĆ-SIMIĆ, SNEŽANA BABAC

Communication can generally be defined as an exchange of messages between the sender and recipients. When analyzing the characteristics of communication, the classification into verbal and non-verbal communication is often referred to in literature. Typical child development includes the stages of pre-intentional, intentional pre-symbolic and inten...

By SLAĐANA ĆALASAN, NADICA JOVANOVIĆ

Introduction. Orofacial musculature dysfunction in children is one of the causes of articulation disorders, however, articulation disorders associated with stuttering make communication particularly difficult. The aim of the study is to compare the state of oral praxis and voice articulation in primary school children who stutter with the state of ...

By NADA DOBROTA-DAVIDOVIĆ, SLAĐANA ĆALASAN