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  • Éva Tar
  • Clinical linguistics & phonetics
  • 2014
This study focuses on the characteristics of inter-word variability (IWV) with respect to two Hungarian affricates (/ʦ, ʧ/) produced by children with typical language development (children with TD) aged 3;0-5;11, and those with primary expressive language disorders (children with LD) with the mean age of 6;7. IWV is described in terms of frequency of(More)
  • Éva Tar
  • Clinical linguistics & phonetics
  • 2014
The present study aims to investigate, through acoustic analysis, the acquisition of voicing contrast in Hungarian word-initial bilabial and alveolar stops (p/b and t/d) produced by 15 children with primary language disorders between 5;6 and 7;7 years of age. Data collection was based on a picture-naming task involving at least four different pictures for(More)
  • Éva Tar
  • Clinical linguistics & phonetics
  • 2017
This study investigates the developmental patterns of acquisition of word-initial (WI) /r/-clusters in children speaking Hungarian, typically developing (TD) or with protracted phonological development (PPD). Comparison data were also analysed for WI singleton /r/ and /l/. Participants were 191 children (aged 3;0-5;11) divided into three age groups (3, 4, 5(More)
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