Effect size in clinical phonology

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2011

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Informa Healthcare

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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. Standard mean difference (SMD) is introduced and illustrated as one ES well suited to the multiple baseline (MBL) design and evaluation of generalization learning, both of which are key to experimental studies in clinical phonology.

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phonology, child phonology, clinical phonology, phonological disorders in children, phonological treatment, Learnability Project, language acquisition

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Gierut, J. A., & Morrisette, M. L. (2011). Effect size in clinical phonology. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 25(11-12), 975-980. PMCID: PMC3275888

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© 2011 Informa UK Ltd.

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