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Comparison among 3 articulation sampling procedures with preschool children



Comparison among 3 articulation sampling procedures with preschool children



Journal of Speech & Hearing Research 27(2): 226-231



The articulatory responses of normally developing preschool children were compared during 3 sampling procedures which were controlled for phonetic context. Normally developing children (15 boys, 15 girls) aged 4:4 to 4:8 (years:months) served as subjects. The 3 test conditions were word test (stimuli consisting of multisyllabic meaningful words and word-strings), nonsense test (items consisting of multisyllabic nonsense utterances) and story-retell. Eight phonemes /tklsfrtss/ were tested in each of the 3 sampling conditions. The stimuli, elicited with pictures, were also controlled for syllable structure, canonical form and semantic difficulty. Results showed no difference among the 3 sampling procedures for type and number of errors. Consistency of errors was presented and discussed. A significant sex difference, with boys making significantly more errors than girls, supported separation of articulation data by sex for 4 yr old children.

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