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References

Background Sources for CP by Topic

Topic If you are… then you should read…
Phonology Generally familiar with principles of clinical phonological analysis but unfamiliar with the terminology and developmental analysis scheme of Pamela Grunwell or Barbara Hodson (used in PROPH profile) Grunwell (1987), Chapter 7; Hodson (2004)
PROPH Familiar with other systems of phonological analysis but completely unfamiliar with PROPH Crystal (1982), Chapter 3
  Unfamiliar with the Percentage Consonants Correct (PCC) metric of severity of involvement Shriberg & Kwiatkowski (1982), Shriberg, Kwiatkowski, Best, Hengst, & Terselic-Weber (1986)
  Unfamiliar with the Phonological Mean Length of Utterance and Proportion of Whole Word Proximity metrics for severity of involvement Ingram & Ingram (2001)
  Unfamiliar with the Syllable Structure Level metric for emerging phonological structure Paul & Jennings (1992)
  Unfamiliar with word length, syllable stress, and word/syllable shape phonological analyses Bernhardt & Stemberger (2000), Chapter 6
  Unfamiliar with the metrics for assessing homonymy Ingram (1981), Chapter 4
PRISM-L Unfamiliar with the notion of lexical semantic fields and the PRISM-L profiling procedure Crystal (1981), Chapter 5; Crystal (1982), pp. 139-172
Early Vocabularies Unfamiliar with the coding scheme used in the Early Vocabularies module Nelson (1973)
Relational Semantics Unprepared by previous coursework or clinical experience to perform semantic relational analysis (e.g., unable to reliably identify semantic categories such as Action, Locative State, Recurrence, and so forth) Bloom & Lahey (1978), Lahey (1988)
APRON Familiar with other systems of semantic relational analysis but completely unfamiliar with APRON Johnston & Kamhi (1984); Kamhi & Johnston (1992)
Grammar Unprepared by previous coursework or clinical experience to perform grammatical constituent analysis (e.g., unable to reliably identify parts of speech, bound morphemes, subjects, direct and indirect objects, and so forth) Crystal (1988) or Lund & Duchan (1988), Chapters 5 and 6 or Lewis & Penn (1990) and for more detailed information see also… Quirk & Greenbaum (1973)
LARSP Familiar with other systems of grammatical analysis but completely unfamiliar with LARSP Crystal, Fletcher, & Garman (1989)
  Somewhat familiar with LARSP but inexperienced in actually doing profiles Crystal (1982), Chapter 2 Crystal (1979), Part 1
  Unfamiliar with the concept of verb valency analysis Fletcher (1985)
  Unfamiliar with the PESP profiling procedure Ward & Fisher (1990)
  Unfamiliar with the concept of lexical analysis as an adjunct to standard LARSP profiling Fletcher & Garman (1988)
DSS Familiar with other systems of grammatical analysis but completely unfamiliar with DSS Lee (1974)
  Somewhat familiar with DSS but needing additional help and opportunity for practice scoring Lively (1984) Lee, Koenigsknecht, & Mulhern (1975)
BESS Unfamiliar with the Black English Scoring System (BESS) Nelson (1998)
IPSyn Familiar with other systems of grammatical analysis but completely unfamiliar with IPSyn Miller (1981), pp. 55-71 Scarborough (1990)
PANEL Unfamiliar with the concepts of lexical and grammatical freedom Ingram (1989), pp. 332-336
Syntactic complexity score (SCS) Familiar with LARSP but unfamiliar with SCS Blake & Quartaro (1990)
Blake, Quartaro, & Onorati (1993)
PROP Unfamiliar with David Crystal's system for prosodic transcription and the PROP profiling procedure Crystal (1981), Chapter 3 Crystal (1982), Chapter 4
CAP Unfamiliar with the CAP profiling procedure Fey (1986), Chapter 5

 

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