Patterns of impairments in AOS and mechanisms of interaction between phonological and phonetic encoding.

@article{Laganaro2012PatternsOI,
  title={Patterns of impairments in AOS and mechanisms of interaction between phonological and phonetic encoding.},
  author={Marina Laganaro},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2012},
  volume={55 5},
  pages={S1535-43}
}
PURPOSE One reason why the diagnosis of apraxia of speech (AOS) and its underlying impairment are often debated may lie in the fact that most patients do not display pure patterns of AOS. Mixed patterns are clearly acknowledged at other levels of impairment (e.g., lexical-semantic and lexical-phonological), and they have contributed to debate about the degree of interaction between encoding levels; by contrast, mixed impairments and mechanisms of interaction are less acknowledged at the levels… CONTINUE READING

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