Phonological complexity in school-aged children who stutter and exhibit a language disorder.

  title={Phonological complexity in school-aged children who stutter and exhibit a language disorder.},
  author={Lesley Wolk and Lisa R LaSalle},
  journal={Journal of fluency disorders},
PURPOSE The Index of Phonological Complexity and the Word Complexity Measure are two measures of the phonological complexity of a word. Other phonological measures such as phonological neighborhood density have been used to compare stuttered versus fluent words. It appears that in preschoolers who stutter, the length and complexity of the utterance is more influential than the phonetic features of the stuttered word. The present hypothesis was that in school-age children who stutter, stuttered… CONTINUE READING
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