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|Title:||Early phonetic development in typically developing children: A longitudinal investigation from Cypriot-Greek child data||Authors:||Petinou, Kakia
|Issue Date:||2-Jan-2016||Publisher:||Taylor and Francis Ltd.||Source:||Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 2 January 2016, Volume 30, Issue 1, Pages 12-28||Abstract:||The current longitudinal study examined the acquisition of consonantal singleton segments in Cypriot-Greek. The studys aim's were: (a) to determine the acquisition of segments for manner and place of articulation as a function of age and word position, (b) to provide preliminary normative data, and (c) to further support the cross-linguistic data pool regarding developmental phonology patterns. Participants were 14 Cypriot-Greek speaking typically developing toddlers, examined at ages 24, 28, 32 and 36 months. Spontaneously produced and elicited glossable utterances were used in constructing each child's inventory. Findings revealed an increase of segmental acquisition across all age levels. Group trend analysis for manner and place of articulation indicated bilabial and alveolar stops and nasals to be among the earlier segments to develop. A word medial position advantage was also evident. The findings are discussed in terms of phonological universals and language-specific factors. Implications for early evidence-based phonetic assessment are discussed.||URI:||http://ktisis.cut.ac.cy/handle/10488/9071||ISSN:||02699206||Rights:||© 2016 Taylor & Francis.|
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