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  • Gierut, Judith A. (Taylor & Francis Health Sciences, 1991)
    This study examines the role of homonymy as a motivator of phonological change in treatment. The relative effectiveness of two treatment structures in improving the production of treated and untreated error sounds was ...
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Cho, Mi-Hui; Dinnsen, Daniel A. (Taylor & Francis Health Sciences, 1993)
    Phenomena associated with consonant-vowel interactions are examined relative to three general models of feature geometry which differ in the planar relationship of consonants and vowels. The data come from reports of ...
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Morrisette, Michele L. (Cambridge University Press, 2012)
    The effects of the age of acquisition (AoA) of words were examined in the clinical treatment of 10 preschool children with phonological delays. Using a single-subject multiple-baseline experimental design, children were ...
  • Gierut, Judith A. (ASHA, 2007)
    Purpose: To extend formal models of language learnability to applications in clinical treatment of children with functional phonological delays. Method: The focus of the narrative review is on phonological complexity. This ...
  • Forrest, Karen; Elbert, Mary; Dinnsen, Daniel A. (Taylor & Francis Health Sciences, 1997)
    Learning and generalization of treated sounds to different word positions is a desired outcome of intervention in the phonologically disordered child's system. Unfortunately, children do not always learn the sounds that ...
  • Gierut, Judith A. (Taylor & Francis Health Sciences, 1998)
    This study expands and further validates cyclicity in the course of phonological development by exploring a potential relationship between the acquisition of singletons and clusters. The hypothesis is that children will ...
  • McGarrity, Laura W. (IULC Publications, 1999)
    Wintu, a Penutian language, exhibits three phonological rules that interact in ways that produce two different kinds of opacity. One rule that raises mid vowels before a low vowel with one consonant intervening interacts ...
  • Dinnsen, Daniel A.; Barlow, Jessica A.; Morrisette, Michele L. (Taylor & Francis Health Sciences, 1997)
    Two commonly occurring and independent error patterns in children's early speech are examined to determine how and to what extent they might interact. One error pattern replaces velar consonants with coronals, and the other ...
  • Gierut, Judith A. (California Speech-Language Hearing Association, 2005)
  • Storkel, Holly L. (Speech Research Laboratory, IU, 1999)
    Previous experimental research has found that adults and infants are sensitive to the likelihood of occurrence of sequences of segments, or probabilistic phonotactics, in the ambient language. One hypothesis that emerges ...
  • Gierut, Judith A. (MIT Press, 2004)
  • Dinnsen, Daniel A.; Gierut, Judith A.; Farris-Trimble, Ashley W. (Language Education Institute, 2010)
    Results are reported from a descriptive and experimental study that was intended to evaluate comparative markedness (McCarthy 2002, 2003) as an amendment to optimality theory. Two children (aged 4;3 and 4;11) with strikingly ...
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Dale, Rachel A. (Informa Healthcare, 2007)
    Statistical regularities in language have been examined for new insight to the language acquisition process. This line of study has aided theory advancement, but it also has raised methodological concerns about the ...
  • Dinnsen, Daniel A.; Maxwell, Edith M. (IULC Publications, 1981)
  • Williams, A. Lynn; Dinnsen, Daniel A. (IULC Publications, 1987)
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Morrisette, Michele L. (Informa Healthcare, 2011)
    The purpose of this article is to motivate the use of effect size (ES) for single-subject research in clinical phonology, with an eye towards meta-analyses of treatment effects for children with phonological disorders. ...
  • Dinnsen, Daniel A.; Green, Christopher R.; Morrisette, Michele L.; Gierut, Judith A. (Informa Healthcare, 2011)
    This article documents the typological occurrence and interactions of two seemingly independent error patterns, namely Velar Fronting and Labial Harmony, in a cross-sectional investigation of the sound systems of 235 ...
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Morrisette, Michele L. (Informa Healthcare, 2010)
    The purpose was to evaluate the lexicality of treated stimuli relative to phonological learning by preschool children with functional phonological disorders. Four children were paired in a single-subject alternating ...
  • Gierut, Judith A.; Hulse, Lauren E. (Informa Healthcare, 2010)
    This paper describes a matrix for clinical use in the selection of phonological treatment targets to induce generalization, and in the identification of probe sounds to monitor during the course of intervention. The matrix ...
  • Dinnsen, Daniel A.; Dow, Michael C.; Gierut, Judith A.; Morrisette, Michele L.; Green, Christopher R. (Elsevier, 2013)
    This paper examines a range of predicted versus attested error patterns involving coronal fricatives (e.g. [s, z, θ, ð]) as targets and repairs in the early sound systems of monolingual English-acquiring children. Typological ...

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