Chapter X Representation and Access in Phonological Impairment

  title={Chapter X Representation and Access in Phonological Impairment},
  author={Benjamin Munson and Adriane L. Baylis and Miriam O P Krause and Dongsun Yim},
Children with Phonological Impairment (PhI) have highly inaccurate speech production in the absence of a condition that would otherwise cause them to do so. This paper reports a meta-analysis of three experiments designed to examine the locus of PhI in children. In Experiment 1, children with PhI were not found to have slower speed of lexical access than children with typical phonological development (TD). In Experiment 2, children with PhI were not found to have less-efficient phonological… CONTINUE READING


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