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Master of Science (MS)
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Two primary areas are investigated in this study; 1) a single subject replication of Shelton and Elbert (1967 a&b), in which generalization from a voiceless sound /s/ to its voiced cognate /z/ is tested; 2) a reversal of the Shelton and Elbert (1967 a&b) procedure with a single subject to determine if training on a voiced phoneme /z/ will generalize to its voiceless cognate /s/. A third area of interest will be to see if any change will occur on the phoneticallydissimilar sound /r/ in either subject.
Ginther, Marilyn, "The Generalization of Cognate Sounds During Speech Therapy" (1971). Master's Theses. 1413.
Copyright 1971 Marilyn Ginther