The main purpose of this laboratory is to use perception and acoustic analysis to study (1) normal speech production of children, (2) misarticulations by children, and (3) speech of deaf children.
Here are the resources that you will need:
Lab Handout (PDF)
If you do not have access to the labc account, you can download the utterances for this lab.
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Daniloff, R. G., K. Wilcox, and M. I. Stephens. "An acoustic-articulatory description of children's defective /s/ productions." J Communications Disorders 13 (1980): 347-363.
Monsen, R. B. "Normal and reduced phonological space: The production of English vowels by deaf adolescents." J Phonetics 4 (1976): 189-198.
Minifie, F. D., ed. Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders. San Diego, CA: Singular, 1994.
Ohde, R. N., and D. J. Sharf. Phonetic Analysis of Normal and Abnormal Speech. New York, NY: Macmillan, 1992. ISBN: 0675206812.