Sound class errors result in lisping
sibilants
Clinician's estimate of an outcome
prognosis
Pass/fail process, determines need for further eval
screening
Sound class errors result in vowelization
liquids
Process of orthographically recording speech production
transcription
___ rate assesses slowness of articulatory movements
diadochokinetic
Sound class errors result in hyponasality
nasals
Another word for "clusters"
blends
Assesses if a child's production improves with a model
stimulability
Type of testing, determines facilitative contexts
contextual
How easily a child can be understood by others
intelligibility
Type of phonological pattern, substitutes /t/ for /k/ and /d/ for /g/
fronting
Type of phonological pattern, substitutes tun/sun
stopping
Assesses degree of impairment
severity
Type of SSD, errors are patterned
phonological
Type of SSD, errors are organic, structural or neurological
articulation
Type of analysis where child's production is compared to the adult model
relational
Type of analysis where child's production is not compared to the adult model
independent
Age by which all consonants should be produced correctly
eight
In single word standardized artic tests, raw scores are converted to ____ scores
standard
CV, VC, CVC are ____ structures
syllable
Errors can be described relative to their initial, medial, or final
position
Problematic AMRs can indicate this
dysarthria
Consonants that occur before a vowel
prevocalic
Consonants that occur after a vowel
postvocalic
Stability in the use of sounds in words
consistency
Phoneme _____ occurs when a child uses one sound to represent numerous others
collapse
Analysis of speech sound patterns relative to types of errors in various word positions
traditional
Inventory useful for assessing children with impaired intelligibility
phonetic
Loss of _____ contrast is a central problem for clients with phonological impairments
phonemic