口吃是交流和自学语言的根本性难题，对于有点口吃的人总就让如果能化疗口吃那该多好啊，可以乐趣传达自己的点子，在《国王的演说》中，我们看见了用于音乐和唱歌来化疗口吃，究竟这种方式否有效地呢？在《国王的演说》中，乔治六世在莱昂内尔·罗格用的协助下，通过听音乐和唱歌来使说出显得更容易。而现在，科学家们已找到唱歌对化疗口吃十分有效地的原因。In The King’s Speech, George VI received help from Lionel Logue, by listening to music and singing to speak easier.Now scientists have discovered why singing is so effective at treating a stammer.马克斯·普朗克研究所的科学家们回应，令人吃惊的是，这项技术和旋律没任何关系，而是基于节奏。
研究人员找到，有节奏的传达十分熟知的歌词以及公式化的短语，无论是演唱或是说道，都对明晰发音有相当大的影响。该结果很可能会修筑一条化疗言语障碍的新疗法。Surprisingly it has nothing to do with the melody but instead is based on the rhythm, say scientists at the Max Planck Institute in Germany.Researchers found that highly familiar song lyrics and formulaic phrases expressed rhythmically had a strong impact on articulation – regardless of whether they were sung or spoken. The results may lead the way to new therapies for speech disorders.小组研究的人群是一些遭到左脑中风的人，他们大脑左半球的言语区遭毁坏，造成他们说出艰难。
唱歌被指出可以性刺激大脑右半球的一片区域，那片区域将分担损毁左脑言语区的功能。最近的研究表明：经过几个月的时间，病人演唱出有如同“你好吗”一样公式化的短语后，他们大脑的右半球的确再次发生了一些变化。The team studied people who had suffered a left-sided stroke, which had damaged speech areas in the brain’s left hemisphere, leading to difficulties speaking.Singing was thought to stimulate areas in the right hemisphere, which would then assume the function for damaged left speech areas. Recent research has shown that changes indeed occur in the right brain hemisphere of patients after singing formulaic phrases like ‘How are you?’ over a period of months.为了找到唱歌是如何如何化疗口吃的，本杰明·斯塔尔和同事们实行了一次研究。17位有言语障碍的中风患者必需明晰的讲出几千个音节，这些音节在有节奏或无节奏的演奏下被合唱及诵读。
结果表明，唱歌并不是化疗这些患者的决定性因素。对歌词的熟知度以及文字否包括公式化短语更加最重要。To find out how singing works, Benjamin Stahl and colleagues conducted a study in which 17 stroke patients with speech problems had to articulate several thousand syllables, which were sung and recited with rhythmic or arrhythmic accompaniment。
The results showed that singing was not the decisive factor for the patients. The level of familiarity with the song lyrics and whether the texts contained formulaic phrases was found to be even more important.目前，本杰明·斯塔尔正在展开更进一步的研究。这很可能会有令人兴奋的前景，很可能会提升患者生活质量。
Benjamin Stahl is presently conducting further studies which aim to tap into the resource of rhythmic and formulaic speech for rehabilitative therapies. This could offer exciting prospects for improving the quality of life for patients.。
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