Speech and Phonological Characteristics of Individual Children With a History of Tracheostomy
- Utterance Format Affects Phonological Priming in the Pictureï¿½Word Task: Implications for Models of Phonological Encoding in Speech Production. Jescheniak, J�rg D.; Schriefers, Herbert; Hantsch, Ansgar // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception & Performan;Apr2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p441
Picture-word experiments investigating the production of multiword utterances with distractors that are phonologically related to words in noninitial position have yielded inconsistent results, ranging from facilitation to inhibition. A comparison of these studies is complicated by differences...
- Phonological similarity in the irrelevant speech effect: Within- or between-stream similarity? Jones, Dylan M.; Macken, William J. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Jan1995, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p103
Examines the issue of phonological similarity between irrelevant sound and the material being rehearsed in memory. Disruption of serial recall of visually presented list of verbal materials; Irrelevant background speech; Occurence of disruption at the sublexical level between auditory and visual...
- Editor's introduction. Mahboob, Ahmar; Knight, Naomi K. // Linguistics & the Human Sciences;2013, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p115
An introduction to the journal is presented which includes articles on topics including lexical change, phonology and articulatory development in child language, and interpretation of particular parts of speech in English in relation to their syntactic environment.
- CONSONANT CONFUSIONS AND THE CONSTANT RATIO RULE*. Pollack, Irwin; Decker, Louis // Language & Speech;Jan-Mar60, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p1
Evaluates the constant-ratio rule of Clarke with spoken initial English consonants heard against noise. Deviation between observed consonant confusions; Presentation of the structure of the selected consonants; Results of a confusion analysis of speech sounds.
- Evidence for effects of phonological correspondence between visible speech and written syllables. Kerzel, Dirk // Psychological Research;2002, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p195
The present study investigated compatibility effects between written and spoken syllables. Participants saw the syllables "Ba" or "Da" printed on a speaker's mouth that was articulating either /bâˆ§/ or /dâˆ§/. Participants classified either the printed syllable or the mouth movement by...
- Speech Errors Reflect Newly Learned Phonotactic Constraints. Warker, Jill A.; Dell, Gary S. // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition;Mar2006, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p387
Speech errors reveal the speaker's implicit knowledge of phonotactic constraints, both languagewide constraints (e.g., /Å‹/ cannot be a syllable onset when one is speaking English) and experimentally induced constraints (e.g., /k/ cannot be an onset during the experiment). Four experiments...
- Toward Diagnostic and Phenotype Markers for Genetically Transmitted Speech Delay. Shriberg, Lawrence D.; Lewis, Barbara A.; Tomblin, J. Bruce; McSweeny, Jane L.; Karlsson, Heather B.; Scheer, Alison R. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2005, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p834
Converging evidence supports the hypothesis that the most common subtype of childhood speech sound disorder (SSD) of currently unknown origin is genetically transmitted. We report the first findings toward a set of diagnostic markers to differentiate this proposed etiological subtype...
- VOWEL DURATION IN WHISPERED AND IN NORMAL SPEECH. Sharf, Donald J. // Language & Speech;Apr-Jun64, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p89
Measures vowel duration in whispered and in normal speech. Duration of whispered vowels; Assessment of the degree of mouth opening; Explanation of vowel duration variations in terms of language structure and the dynamic properties of the speech mechanism.
- PHONOLOGY. Basbøll, Hans // Language & Speech;Jan-Mar80, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p91
This article reports on the evaluation of the trends in phonology. One major convergence in recent generative phonology is the division of phonological rules into at least two different main types: abstract or morphophonemic as against concrete or phonetic or allophonic rules, sometimes called...