Stop cognate production patterns in adult athetotic cerebral palsied speakers
Stop cognate production was analyzed for three adult athetotic cerebral-palsied speakers who consistently used a prevocalization (PV). PVs and voice onset time (VOTs) were compared for frequency of occurrence and durational relationships. Results indicated that for all subjects PVs occurred more frequently and were generally of longer duration before voiced than voiceless stops. Further analysis indicated that PV-voiceless stop production appeared to involve individual production strategies.
Farmer, A., "Stop cognate production patterns in adult athetotic cerebral palsied speakers" (1977). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 2671.