Aphasia Simulations

Simulating Slow Rise Time and Intermittent Lexical Retrieval in Listening Comprehension Impairment

Listen to the paragraph, and then answer the questions by clicking on the answer. Questions will be revealed after you listened to the audio.

1. Caterpillars eat:

2. To defend themselves, some caterpillars can make themselves look like snakes by:

3. Caterpillars can store toxins in the adult butterfly stage:

4. Red and orange markings let other animals know that butterflies are good to eat:

To simulate listening comprehension impairments, the audio has been altered and some words were made incomprehensible.