Text on the fundamentals of phonology, for speech-language clinicians and students. Covers methodologies with minimal treatment of theories. Includes clinical exercises based on case examples.
PART I: FROM ARTICULATION TO CLINICAL PHONOLOGY: DEVELOPMENT OF A DISCIPLINE. Introduction To Clinical Phonology. Articulation Analysis: Traditional, Distinctive Features, Phonological Analysis: An Attempted Synthesis. PART II: PHONOLOGICAL ANALYSIS: The Tools Of Our Trade. Overview Of Phonological Evaluation. Microanalysis Of Phonology, Part 1: Elementary Generative Analysis. Microanalysis Of Phonology, Part 2: Intermediate Generative Analysis. The Question Of Inconsistency In Speech Sound Production. Description Of Commonly Seen Phonological Rules. Microanalysis Of Phonology, Part 3: Advanced Generative Analysis. Macroanalysis Of Phonology: Formal And Informal Procedures. PART III: PHONOLOGICAL INTERVENTION: Relationships Between Traditional And Phonological Intervention Approaches: Motor Versus Cognitive Learning. Therapeutic Procedure Based On Minimal Pairs. Therapeutic Procedure Based On Imagery. Implementation Of Phonological Procedures. PART IV: RELATED ISSUES: The Questions Of Childhood Apraxia. The Future Of Clinical Phonology. References. APPENDIX A: ANSWERS FOR SELECTED EXERCISES. APPENDIX B: BLANK WORK SHEETS. Index.