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What is an articulation disorder?
A disorder where the phone is not able to be produced in isolation. e.g it may be a lisp related to motor function of actual articulation of sounds
What is a phonological disorder?
A disorder where the sound can be produced in isolation e.g /k/ but can not be produced in speech. A phonological process should occur.
What is a sensory-perceptual disorder?
A sensori-neural hearing loss, fluctuating conductive hearing loss, poor auditory perceptual skills and visual impairment.
What is the purpose of artic/phonological assessment?
#determine if normal or not
#determine treatment direction
#make prognostic statements
#monitor change across time
#identify factors related to presence of maintenance of phonological disability
What are some advantages and disadvantages of spontaneous speech sample?
Advantages: more accurate representation of everyday speech,variety of phoneme productions,can judge severity and intelligibility, assess rate,intonation,stress,syllable structure.
Disavantages: difficult to transcribe lengthy to transcribe, may be difficult to obtain a representative sample of all sounds.
What are phonotactics?
Sequence of phonemes in language, word shapes.
e.g /ka/= cv
What does Phonological analysis of child speech anaylse?
spontaneous speech, contrastive phones, structural simplifications, systemic simplifications, cluster relisations, phonotactics, development, processes,chronological mismatch, idiosyncratic processes, varible use, systematic sound preference
What is fronting?
replacement of stops,affricates, or fricatives with an alveolar consonant.
velar:/k/--> /t/
What is stopping?
replacement of fricatives,liquids,glides and affricates with stops.

fricatives: /s/-->/d/
glides: /w/-->/d/
What is de-affrication?
when an affricate is changed to a fricative
/chair/-->/share/ -w/out a stop portion
/chip/-->/tip/ is called stopping of an affricate
What is labialisation?
When a non-labial sound is replaced by a labial one e.g /thumb/-->/fum/