Articulation and Phonological Disorders

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  • Edition: 6th
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  • Copyright: 2008-07-23
  • Publisher: Pearson
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This leading text forclinical phonologycourses does not prescribe a single approach to phonological disorders but rather presents aneclectic perspective on the nature, assessment, and treatmentof these communication impairments.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Introductionp. xiii
Normal Aspects of Articulation
Introductionp. 1
Structure of Languagep. 1
Fundamentals of Articulatory Phoneticsp. 6
Coarticulation: Interactions among Sounds in Contextp. 35
Aerodynamic Considerations in Speech Productionp. 41
Acoustic Considerations of Speechp. 44
Sensory Information in Speech Productionp. 46
Generative Phonologyp. 47
Optimality Theoryp. 54
Which Phonological Theory to Select?p. 54
Summary of Levels of Organization of Speechp. 55
Concluding Note on Implications for Speech Acquisitionp. 57
Questions for Chapter 1p. 59
Early Phonological Developmentp. 63
Models of Phonological Development: The Child as an Active Learnerp. 63
Infant Perception: Breaking into the Codep. 72
Infant Production: Interaction of Maturation and Experiencep. 78
The Transition Period: From Babble to Speechp. 84
Individual Differences: Profile of Two 1-Year-Old Girlsp. 90
Systematization and Reorganization: From Word to Segmentp. 92
Linguistic Perception beyond the Transition Period: Representing Speech Soundsp. 93
Questions for Chapter 2p. 98
Later Phonological Developmentp. 105
Establishing Group Norms: Large-Scale Studiesp. 106
Phonological Processes: Systematicity in Production Errorsp. 110
Profiling the Preschool Child: Individual Differences Revisitedp. 118
Development of Perception beyond Early Childhood: Understanding Running Speechp. 124
Production in the School-Age Child: Continuing Changep. 128
Questions for Chapter 3p. 135
Etiology/Factors Related to Phonologic Disordersp. 139
Introductionp. 139
Structure and Function of the Speech and Hearing Mechanismsp. 141
Motor Abilitiesp. 164
Oral Myofunctional Disorders/Tongue Thrustp. 166
Neuromotor Disordersp. 171
Cognitive-Linguistic Factorsp. 176
Psychosocial Factorsp. 185
Conclusionp. 192
Questions for Chap
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