Master's Theses

Document Type

Thesis - campus only access

Date of Award

Spring 1971

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Advisor

Charles Wilhelm

Abstract

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.

Comments

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Rights

Copyright 1971 Marilyn Ginther

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