On Being Echolalic : an Analysis of the Interactional and Phonetic Aspects of an Autistic ' S Language

@inproceedings{Woottonl2012OnBE,
  title={On Being Echolalic : an Analysis of the Interactional and Phonetic Aspects of an Autistic ' S Language},
  author={Tony Woottonl},
  year={2012}
}
  • Tony Woottonl
  • Published 2012
A case study analyzed the echolalia behavior of an autistic 11-year-old boy, based on recordings made in his home and school. Focus was on the subset of immediate echolalia referred to as pure echoing. Using an approach informed by conversation analysis and descriptive phonetics, distinctions are draidn between different forms of pure echo. It is argued… CONTINUE READING