Airflow characteristics of stop-plosive consonant productions of normal-speaking children.

@article{Trullinger1983AirflowCO,
  title={Airflow characteristics of stop-plosive consonant productions of normal-speaking children.},
  author={R W Trullinger and Falkenauer Emanuel},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1983},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={202-8}
}
This study of children's speech was designed to investigate peak oral-nasal airflow during the production of stop-plosive consonants in isolated syllable contexts. The subjects were 30 normal-speaking children: five girls and five boys at each of three age levels (8, 9, and 10 years). Each subject produced each of six stop-plosive consonants (/p/, /b/, /t/, /d/, /k/, and /g/) in each of three syllable contexts (CV, VCV, and VC) with each of two vowels (/i/ and /a/). A pneumotachometer and an… CONTINUE READING