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Innovative and practical, this book is a valuable source for understanding the atypical development of phonologies in children. Each chapter reviews a new component of phonology, contrasting normal development with non-functional presentations in real clinical cases.
Incl. discussions of independent/relational analyses; stress patterns/phonological processes; phonetic inventories etc.
Concepts and Definitions; Phonotactics: Word And Syllable-Level Patterns; Phones and Features; Contrast; Phonological Patterns; Phonological Systems: A Longitudinal Case Study Appendix A: Commercial Assessment Material; Appendix B: Examples of Stress Patterns; Appendix C: International Phonetic Alphabet Symbols Used in this book