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Phonetic and phonological analysis of progressive speech degeneration: a case study / Martin J Ball; Chris Code; Jeremy Tree; Karen Dawe; Janice Kay

Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Volume: 18, Issue: 6-8, Pages: 447 - 462

Swansea University Author: Jeremy, Tree

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DOI (Published version): 10.1080/02699200410001703646

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In this paper we report on an adult male participant with a rare form of progressive speech degeneration. We present acoustic phonetic data on his vowel and consonant production, and describe his prosody and syllable structure. We suggest possible phonological analyses of his speech, concluding that...

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Published: 2004
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title Phonetic and phonological analysis of progressive speech degeneration: a case study
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description In this paper we report on an adult male participant with a rare form of progressive speech degeneration. We present acoustic phonetic data on his vowel and consonant production, and describe his prosody and syllable structure. We suggest possible phonological analyses of his speech, concluding that a gestural approach to phonology best characterizes his speech production and its degeneration.
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