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Intelligibility of phonological disorder assessed by three groups of judges.

  title={Intelligibility of phonological disorder assessed by three groups of judges.},
  author={Gabriele Donicht and Karina Carlesso Pagliarin and Helena Bolli Mota and M{\'a}rcia Keske-Soares},
  journal={Pro-fono : revista de atualizacao cientifica},
  volume={21 3},
BACKGROUND intelligibility of phonological disorder. AIM to compare the intelligibility of phonological disorder analyzed by three distinct groups of judges. METHOD the research consisted of two samples: one sample was composed by 30 individuals with phonological disorder (assessed individuals) and the other sample was composed by the judges (speech-language therapists, laypeople and mothers). The spontaneous speech of children (i.e. three narratives of logical sequences) was analyzed by… 

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