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The production features of speech sounds in there categorization in classification according to specific parameters of their production

Articulatory phonetics

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Pairs of sounds that differ only by voicing

Cognants

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Thousand remain qualitatively the same throughout their entire production also called pure vowels

Monophthongs

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Vallos which experience a change in quality during their duration contains in on glide and off glide

Diphthongs

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Describes the concept that the articulators are continually moving into positions for other segments over a stretch of speech

Coarticulation

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The result of coarticulation refers to articulatory changes by which one speech sound become similar or identical to neighboring sound segment can affect manner place or voicing

Assimilation

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The most acoustically intense part of the syllable typically the vowel or syllabic consonant

Peak

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All segments prior to the peak

Onset

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All sound segments following its peak closed or open

Coda

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Study of the sound system of language in the rules that govern spoken form

Phonology

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Totality of motor movements involved in the production of the actual sound that comprise speech

Articulation

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Physical sound production

Speech sounds

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Smallest unit when combined with establish word meanings and distinguish between them

Phoneme

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Pair of words that differ by one phoneme value

Minimal pairs

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Subcategory atypical production of speech sound categorized by substitutions omissions distortions or addition

Articulation disorders

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Impaired comprehension of the sound system of language and the rules that govern sound combinations

Phonological disorder

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Repertoire of phonemes used by an individual

Phonemic inventory

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Repertoire of speech sounds for a particular client including characteristics production

Phonetic inventory

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branch of linguistics that deals w/ the sounds of speech and their production, combination, descriptions, and representation by written symbols.

Phonetics