Articulation and Phonological Disorders / Edition 6

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Overview

The leading text for courses in clinical phonology has been thoroughly revised and updated to include the most current and up-to-date information in the field. This classic text does not prescribe a single approach to phonological disorders but rather presents an eclectic perspective on the nature, assessment, and treatment of this communication impairment. The addition of a third author, Peter Flipsen Jr., a highly-recognized scholar in the area of clinical phonology, brings important new information for readers and fresh perspectives to the text.

The sixth edition shines once again, featuring:

  • An entire section devoted to the classification of speech sound disorders.
  • The latest information on Childhood Apraxia of Speech–including a detailed discussion of the 2007 ASHA position statement.
  • A comprehensive chapter on Normal Development has been revised and updated.
  • A full section on measuring clinical change set within the context of evidence-based practice.
  • An outstanding summary of phonological acquisition information written by leading researcher in this area, Sharynne McLeod.
  • Comprehensive coverage of dialects and phonologic characteristics of speakers with first languages other than English–prepared by leading authorities in this area, Brian Goldstein and Aquiles Iglesias.
  • A completely updated chapter on phonological awareness–co-authored by Laura Justice, Gail Gillon, and C. Melanie Schuele.
  • A fully comprehensive and current review of etiological variables, thorough discussion of the assessment of phonologic disorders, and an updated review of broad-based intervention methodologies.
  • Chapter introductions, summaries, charts, and graphs throughout the book that will guide learning and aid students’ comprehension.

Covers normal aspects of articulation, early & later phonological development, assessment procedures.

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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Robin D Susser, MS (St. Petersburg College)
Description: This classic textbook provides a comprehensive look at clinical phonology and the nature, assessment, and treatment of speech sound disorders. This update of the 2004 edition has been revised with up-to-date information and has added a new coauthor, Peter Flipsen, Jr., who brings a new perspective.
Purpose: This edition of this valuable textbook provides a foundation of knowledge of clinical phonology and speech sound disorders and features reorganized and updated information in each of the chapters.
Audience: Geared toward students in the field of speech-language pathology, it would be useful as a textbook for classes in articulation and phonological disorders and intervention at colleges and universities. However, it is also an excellent resource for everyone in the field of speech-language pathology, from emerging clinicians to experienced professionals.
Features: Among the two new chapters is the first one, which introduces readers to the study of clinical phonology, its related terminology, and basic information about speech sounds and the nature of speech sound disorders. Chapter three, reorganized and written by a new contributing author, Sharynne McLeod, presents a comprehensive review of normal speech sound acquisition and includes numerous tables summarizing pertinent studies. Chapter four, which examines classification and factors related to speech sound disorders, has been expanded with a new section devoted to the question of classification of both organically based speech sound disorders and disorders of unknown etiology. This chapter also covers childhood apraxia of speech, including a discussion of ASHA's new position statement on this subject.
Assessment: This updated and expanded edition of a classic textbook provides a foundation of knowledge for speech-language pathologists working with children with speech sound disorders. It offers a broad perspective of clinical phonology with a variety of approaches in the assessment and remediation of speech sound disorders. It is very well organized with chapter introductions, summaries, charts, graphs, and chapter questions to enhance learning and comprehension, making it a useful resource for the SLP student as well as for clinicians working with children with speech sound disorders.
Booknews
This edition (last, 1993) presents a comprehensive review of information important to the study of clinical phonology, including an introduction to normal aspects of articulation and phonological development, phonological disorders, assessment and remediation of phonological disorders, instrumentation available for acoustical analyses, and phonology as it relates to language and dialectal variations. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205569267
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 8/8/2008
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 480
  • Sales rank: 414,901
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi

Introduction xiii

1 Normal Aspects of Articulation

Introduction 1

Structure of Language 1

Fundamentals of Articulatory Phonetics 6

Coarticulation: Interactions among Sounds in Context 35

Aerodynamic Considerations in Speech Production 41

Acoustic Considerations of Speech 44

Sensory Information in Speech Production 46

Generative Phonology 47

Optimality Theory 54

Which Phonological Theory to Select? 54

Summary of Levels of Organization of Speech 55

Concluding Note on Implications for Speech Acquisition 57

Questions for Chapter 1 59

2 Early Phonological Development 63

Models of Phonological Development: The Child as an Active Learner 63

Infant Perception: Breaking into the Code 72

Infant Production: Interaction of Maturation and Experience 78

The Transition Period: From Babble to Speech 84

Individual Differences: Profile of Two 1-Year-Old Girls 90

Systematization and Reorganization: From Word to Segment 92

Linguistic Perception beyond the Transition Period: Representing Speech Sounds 93

Questions for Chapter 2 98

3 Later Phonological Development 105

Establishing Group Norms: Large-Scale Studies 106

Phonological Processes: Systematicity in Production Errors 110

Profiling the Preschool Child: Individual Differences Revisited 118

Development of Perception beyond Early Childhood: Understanding Running Speech 124

Production in the School-Age Child: Continuing Change 128

Questions for Chapter 3 135

4 Etiology/Factors Related to Phonologic Disorders 139

Introduction 139

Structure and Function of the Speech and Hearing Mechanisms 141

Motor Abilities 164

Oral Myofunctional Disorders/Tongue Thrust 166

Neuromotor Disorders 171

Cognitive-Linguistic Factors 176

Psychosocial Factors 185

Conclusion 192

Questions for Chapter 4 192

5 Phonological Assessment Procedures 201

Phonological Sampling 201

Screening for Phonological Disorders 202

Comprehensive Phonological Assessment: Assessment Battery 205

Related Assessment Procedures 224

Determining the Need for Intervention 232

Target Behavior Selection 249

Other Factors to Consider in Case Selection–Intervention Decisions 255

Case Study 258

Assessment: Interpretation 261

Questions for Chapter 5 263

6 Remediation Procedures 268

Basic Considerations 268

Making Progress in Therapy: Generalization 275

Questions for Chapter 6 289

7 Treatment Approaches 292

Introduction 292

Treatment Continuum 293

Motor Learning Principles 294

Teaching Sounds: Establishment of Target Behaviors 295

Beyond Teaching Sounds: Treatment Approaches with a Motor Emphasis 304

Linguistic-Based Approaches to Intervention 315

Oral-Motor Activities as Part of Articulation Instruction 333

Intervention for Children with Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia (DVD) 335

Case Study 340

Intervention Recommendations 340

Questions for Chapter 7 344

8 Language and Dialectal Variations 348

Introduction 348

Dialect 348

Characteristics of American English Dialects 351

Spanish 358

Asian Languages 360

Phonological Development in Bilingual Children 362

Assessment Considerations for Children from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Populations 364

Summary 370

Questions for Chapter 8 371

9 Phonological Awareness: Description, Assessment, and Intervention 376

Introduction 376

What Is Phonological Awareness? 376

Phonological Awareness as Literacy Development 378

The Development of Phonological Awareness 379

Phonological Awareness and Reading 384

Phonological Awareness and Disorders of Speech Production 386

Assessment 388

Intervention 395

Questions for Chapter 9 402

Appendix 407

Author Index 413

Subject Index 425

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