Context Conditioned Error Patterns in Disordered Systems

Authored by: Sally A. R. Bates , Jocelynne M. M. Watson , James M. Scobbie

Handbook of Vowels and Vowel Disorders

Print publication date:  September  2012
Online publication date:  May  2013

Print ISBN: 9781848726123
eBook ISBN: 9780203103890
Adobe ISBN: 9781136246852

10.4324/9780203103890.ch11

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Abstract

This chapter reviews and expands the literature on consonant– vowel (CV) interactions in developing sound systems (typical and disordered) and explores the usefulness of phonetic models (Kent & Bauer, 1985; Davis & MacNeilage, 1995; Studdert-Kennedy & Goodell, 1995; Sussman, Duder, Dalston, & Caciatore, 1999; MacNeilage & Davis, 2000, Green, Moore, & Reilly, 2002) in accounting for and predicting the occurrence of these phenomena. The phonetic models provide a biological perspective insofar as the immature pronunciations of the typically developing child are viewed as systematic reflections of organic constraints imposed by the child’s developing phonetic systems, both perceptual and motor. 1

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