Chapter 5 Stop Consonants

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Chapter 5 Stop Consonants p b t d k g Physiological description: buildup of air pressure behind one or more articulators Velopharyngeal port: oral structure involving both the velum and the pharynx -can be open or closed -important for building intraoral air pressure
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p Voiceless bilabial stop Among the earliest acquired Physiological: buildup of air pressure behind the lips with release of air -velopharyngeal port (VP) closed -vocal folds abducted
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Allophonic variations aspirated unreleased unaspirated lengthened nasal release intrusive examples pool space clap
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Word positions where variations may occur: Prevocalic Intervocalic Postvocalic
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Dialect Differences AAVE -delete stops in final positions cup bed rake -delete stops in final position clusters clasp test desk
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Deviations Velopharyngeal incompetence or insufficiency due to inability to build up pressure
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Locate the Velopharyngeal
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