JLE

Revue de neuropsychologie

MENU

On the difficulty of disentangling phonemic from phonetic paraphasias Volume 7, issue 1, Janvier-Février-Mars 2015

Figures


  • Figure 1
Author
Faculté de Psychologie et sciences de l’Education, Université de Genève, FPSE, 40, boulevard du Pont d’Arve, 1205 Genève, Suisse
* Correspondance

The phonological or phonetic origin of errors observed in aphasic speakers and the phonological-phonetic distinction is often debated. Here we review the models accounting for the production of phonological and phonetic errors, the criteria for error classification as well as the arguments in favor or against the phonological-phonetic distinction.