Assessing intelligibility: Children's expressive phonologies

@inproceedings{GordonBrannan1994AssessingIC,
  title={Assessing intelligibility: Children's expressive phonologies},
  author={Mary Gordon-Brannan},
  year={1994}
}
Accurate measurement of speech intelligibility is a critical component for the assessment of children's disordered phonologies. The degree of intelligibility has important implications for planning and implementing intervention and also for evaluating its effectiveness. Limited normative data are av 

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