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Phonological Processes


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Phonological Processes Welsh Schwa, Vowel Mutation, Vowel Affection, and Assimilation

Phonological Processing The Retrieval and Encoding of Word Form Information in Speech Production

Phonological processing in adults

Phonological Approaches and Processes

A Parallel Distributed Processing Model of Language: Phonologic, Semantic, and Semantic–Phonologic (Lexical) Processing

Phonological Processes in Children’s Productions Convergence with and Divergence from Adult Grammars

Neural Bases of Phonological and Articulatory Processing

Phonological Processing in Deaf Children: When Lipreading and Cues Are Incongruent

Phonological processing and rapid naming in adult student with dyslexia

Amphichronic Explanation and the Life Cycle of Phonological Processes

Functional MRI of phonological and semantic processing in temporal lobe epilepsy

The Role of Sign Phonology and Iconicity During Sign Processing: The Case of Deaf Children

Evaluating Phonological Processing Skills in Children With Prelingual Deafness Who Use Cochlear Implants

Rules for the classification of younger children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities and Basic Phonological Processing Disabilities

A tractography study in dyslexia: neuroanatomic correlates of orthographic, phonological and speech processing

Altered Neuronal Response During Rapid Auditory Processing and Its Relation to Phonological Processing in Prereading Children at Familial Risk for Dyslexia

Normal Developmental Changes in Inferior Frontal Gray Matter Are Associated with Improvement in Phonological Processing: A Longitudinal MRI Analysis

The relationship between measures of phonological processing, word fluency and speech rate and measures of short-term verbal memory in children with dyslexia

 

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This entry includes the following subentries:AssimilationDissimilationMetathesisLong-Distance Processes

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Assimilation is a phonological process in which a segment changes to resemble its neighbors more closely. In partial ...

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