A nonlinear analysis of phonological disability.

  • Alan Spencer
  • Published 1984 in Journal of communication disorders

Abstract

In the spirit of Gandour (1981) a reanalysis is presented of the speech of a 6-yr-old language delayed child, Rosey, whose phonologic disorder has been discussed by Grunwell (1982). A revealing account of the data can be given by adopting a nonlinear framework; specifically, recent amendments to Goldsmith's (1976) theory of autosegmental phonology. This… (More)

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