Reports  |   August 1990
Consonant-Vowel Interaction in an Unusual Phonological System
Reports   |   August 1990
Consonant-Vowel Interaction in an Unusual Phonological System
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders August 1990, Vol.55, 561-566. doi:10.1044/jshd.5503.561
History: Accepted 03 Jan 1990 , Received 29 Jun 1989
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders August 1990, Vol.55, 561-566. doi:10.1044/jshd.5503.561
History: Accepted 03 Jan 1990 , Received 29 Jun 1989

This paper presents information regarding the interactive effects of consonants and vowels in a disordered phonological system. Labial and labiodental consonants were produced as alveolar consonants before front vowels and labial consonants before back vowels. Motivation for the sound change is discussed in terms of assimilation and labial constraints. Implications for therapeutic intervention are discussed.

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