The substitution of a click for sibilants: a case study.

Abstract

In the case study presented in this paper a 4-year-old English-speaking girl showed an unusual phonological pattern of substituting a dental click for the sibilants /s, z, ∫, ℑ, t∫, dℑ/. After two intervention sessions this pattern was eliminated from her speech and all the sibilants were produced correctly. In addition to providing an example of a child's… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/02699209408985313