Methods in clinical phonetics. Ball, M. J and Lowry, O. M Whurr, London.
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1.- What is clinical phonetics?; 2.-Transcribing phonetic data; 3.-Transcribing disordered speech; 4.- Articulatory instrumentation; 5.- Articulatory analysis of disordered speech; 6.- Acoustic instrumentation; 7.- Acoustic analysis of disordered speech; 8.- Auditory and perceptual instrumentation; 9.- Auditory and perceptual analysis of disordered speech; 10.- The future of clinical phonetics.
@book{ball_methods_2001,
	Address = {London},
	Author = {Ball, Martin J and Lowry, Orla M},
	Date = {2001},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-22 20:24:09 +0000},
	Isbn = {978-1-86156-184-8},
	Keywords = {acoustic phonetics, clinical, clinical phonetics, methods, phonetics, textbook},
	Publisher = {Whurr},
	Title = {Methods in clinical phonetics},
	Abstract = {1.- What is clinical phonetics?; 2.-Transcribing phonetic data; 3.-Transcribing disordered speech; 4.- Articulatory instrumentation; 5.- Articulatory analysis of disordered speech; 6.- Acoustic instrumentation; 7.- Acoustic analysis of disordered speech; 8.- Auditory and perceptual instrumentation; 9.- Auditory and perceptual analysis of disordered speech; 10.- The future of clinical phonetics.}}
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