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Grammatical Word Production Across Metrical Contexts in School-Aged Children's and Adults' Speech
Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research
Purpose: Test whether age-related differences in grammatical word production are due to differences in how children and adults chunk speech for output or to immature articulatory timing control in children. Method: Two groups of 12 children, 5 and 8 years old, and one group of 12 adults produced sentences with phrase-medial determiners. Preceding verbs were varied to create different metrical contexts for chunking the determiner with an adjacent content word. Following noun onsets were varieddoi:10.1044/2018_jslhr-s-17-0126 pmid:29800072 fatcat:47fz7fj7bba27by2cbqfl3ygva