Author(s): Goldstein BA, Iglesias A
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Abstract This study characterizes the phonological patterns in phonologically disordered Spanish-speaking children who speak the Puerto Rican dialect. A single-word assessment was used to describe the mean percentage-of-occurrence and standard deviation of phonological processes and the number and type of nontargeted process errors in 543- and 4-year-olds. Analyses were made in reference to the Puerto Rican dialect of Spanish, yielding a number of specific patterns that characterized the speech of these children.
This article was published in J Commun Disord
and referenced in Journal of Phonetics & Audiology