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However, because no systematic relationship exists between word sound or appearance and word meaning, the potential for generalization of lexical-semantic treatments is very modest and limited to the extent that a similarity of word meaning exists and the extent that the lesion affects semantic over orthographic, acoustic, or articulatory representations [23].
This program served as a basis for our treatment because we feel it develops phonological and motor articulatory skills, starting at the phoneme level and building to multiple phonemes with nonwords.
Speech Rhythm: Its Relation to Performance Universals and Articulatory Timing.
Basically this combination would consist of speakers making loaded choices from among a population of variants--in the case of vowel shifts, these variants would be the multiple realizations of English long stressed vowels, which as it was pointed out above, include various degrees of raisings and glidings because of their very articulatory and perceptual nature.
k/ and [k] or Kt'], which are very close from both the acoustic and the articulatory point of view.
2 multi-channel recording system articulatory speech data
Some have argued that the challenge is primarily representational (memory difficulties: see Vihman 1978; Macken 1979; among others) or articulatory (production difficulties: Labov and Labov 1978; Studdert-Kennedy and Goodell 1995; among others); both speech planning (Chiat 1979) and speech processing (Berg and Schade 2000) have also been identified as plausible bases for children's problems.
Although most studies using EPG have used it to characterize the articulatory patterns of different speaker populations or to characterize differences across speech segments, articulatory contexts and languages; a number of studies have been conducted looking at the effectiveness of the feedback provided by EPG when treating speech impairment in speakers with normal hearing.
Coverage includes articulatory phonetics, sounds and meaning, alternation patterns, word stress, and intonation and grammatical constructions.
If we were to describe the final consonants of the verbal base in articulatory terms, we would have to place sonorant stops and unaspirated plosives in one group, thus forming a singularly unattractive-looking natural class.
However, no articulatory shift can explain the differences in lexicon.
This constriction can be construed as the result of an articulatory gesture, coarticulating the [i] with the ensuing /w/.