“A metrical template account of children’s weak syllable omissions from multisyllabic words” by Louann Gerken discusses the phenomenon of children’s often leaving out weakly stressed syllables from multisyllabic words, omitting weak syllables from initial positions more likely than from internal … Full sample
“Again and again: reduplication in child phonology” by Richard G. Schwartz, Laurence B. Leonard, M. Jeanne Wilcox and M. Karen Folger examines the role of Reduplication in Phonological Acquisition and Behavior strategy. It observes in particular the connection between the … Full sample
“Reduplication Revisited: Functions, Constraints, Repairs, and Clinical Implications” by Harriet B. Klein (New York University) observes the production of monosyllabic words as bisyllabic, as well as an insoluble yet issue of the relationship between monosyllabic reduplication and final consonant removal. … Full sample
“Between-word processes in child phonology” by Joseph Paul Stemberger (University of Minnesota) discusses the results of examination of phonology processes including two or more words interaction. The author claims that since it has been always believed that most of children’s … Full sample
“Advances in Speech-Language Pathology” by Sara Howard (University of Sheffield, UK) discusses and explores the subject of interplay between articulatory accuracy and prosodic fluency in speech production of children suffering from persistent developmental speech impairments. The author focuses on comparing … Full sample
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