What kind of phonological description is clinically the most useful?. Beresford, R Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1(1):35-89.
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This paper reviews the criteria for deciding the adequacy of phonetic and phonological descriptions with relevance to clinical assessment and management. An outline format for a description which claims such relevance is offered, and some underlying theoretical considerations are examined. There is an example of such a description, and an illustration of how this description is used. Appendices provide examples of relevant data and derived texts: word-elicitation and continuous speech.
@article{beresford_what_1987,
	Author = {Beresford, R},
	Date = {1987},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:55:59 +0000},
	Journal = {Clinical Linguistics \& Phonetics},
	Keywords = {clinical, clinical phonology},
	Number = {1},
	Pages = {35-89},
	Title = {What kind of phonological description is clinically the most useful?},
	Volume = {1},
	Abstract = {This paper reviews the criteria for deciding the adequacy of phonetic and phonological descriptions with relevance to clinical assessment and management. An outline format for a description which claims such relevance is offered, and some underlying theoretical considerations are examined. There is an example of such a description, and an illustration of how this description is used. Appendices provide examples of relevant data and derived texts: word-elicitation and continuous speech.}}
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