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Chapter 4 Clinical Phonetics

Chapter 4 Clinical Phonetics - “church”(deaffrication...

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Chapter 4 Clinical Phonetics Intelligibility is the key in perception of errors Substitution examples: 1. ship 2. finger 3. jacket
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Omission errors Cluster reduction “spider” Final consonant deletion “book” Medial consonant deletion “cover” Initial consonant deletion “like” *omissions may actually be glottal stops
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Phonological Processes Usually simplifications of adult patterns Sounds most commonly affected are: -stridents: / f, v, s, z, , ʃ , ʒ t , ʃ d / ʒ -velar stops: / k, g / -liquids: / l, r /
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Strident errors: story” (cluster reduction) “Susan” (stopping)
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Unformatted text preview: “church” (deaffrication) Strident errors: Fluctuating hearing loss caused by ear infections may contribute to the loss of stridency or the high frequency, noisy sounds. Another common error pattern involving some or most stridents is lisping. (note* sibilants) May be frontal or lateral. Velar stop errors: “goose” (fronting) “key” (fronting) “cap” (assimilation) Liquid errors: Usually replaced with /j/ or /w/ “like” (gliding of prevocalic) “light” (stopping & assimilation)...
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