Age-related changes on a children's test of sensory-level speech perception capacity

Hnath-Chisolm, Theresa E.; Laipply, Erin
February 1998
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Feb1998, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p96
Academic Journal
Examines issues related to cognitive and linguistic development on Three-Interval Forced-Choice Test of Speech Pattern Contrast Perception (THRIFTSPAC) performance in input modalities of children with normal hearing and vision. Measurement of the perception of speech pattern contrasts; Possible relation of changes in speech perception to phonological development.


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