05/07
Thursday
9:15 am - 10:45 am

Target Audiences
Speech-Language Pathology
Communication Health Assistant

Level
Intermediate

Time & Length of Session
Morning Sessions

A Nonlinear Metric for Phonological Assessment Applied to Multisyllabic Words

The language used in the descriptions reflects the language of the sessions.

Authors: Glenda Mason, PhD, RSLP, S-LP(C), The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC; Daniel Berube, PhD, RSLP, Université d’Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.

This session will present a whole word metric for the evaluation of phonological accuracy and progress monitoring in multisyllabic words. Participants will have hands-on training and practice in a streamlined software application, i.e. Phon (Hedlund & Rose, 2018), for transcription and analysis of multisyllabic word productions. The presentation will summarize current research using the metric for a sample of mono-English and French-speaking preschoolers and school-aged children, with and without speech sound disorder/protracted phonological development. Finally, it will describe research that is underway with the aim to acquire sufficient normative data for a representative sample of mono- and multisyllabic words.


 

Speaker

Glenda Mason
PhD, RSLP, S-LP(C)

Speaker

Daniel Bérubé
PhD, Reg. CASLPO