Workbook for the Identification of Phonological Processes and Distinctive Features
Target Group: Clinicians and college students who will be assessing children with phonological disabilities
The fourth edition of this workbook adds new information in the field of speech-language pathology and also from new phonology tests and assessment reviews. It is practical, easy to understand, and a valuable supplement to the practicing clinician or to students studying articulation and phonology.
Workbook for the Identification of Phonological Processes and Distinctive Features–Fourth Edition provides a foundation for understanding concepts/constructs used by contemporary tests and assessments in articulation and phonology, focuses on most frequently used processes and features, familiarizes students with phonological processes and distinctive features, and provides hands-on practice with answer keys.
Groups of phonological processes are presented along with their definitions. Exercises are provided at the end of each major section to help the reader develop a working knowledge of various processes. Answers to these exercises and to two mini-quizzes appear at the end of the book.
144 pages • 8.5 x 11 • softcover • ©2010