The relationship between the underlying representation and surface form of multisyllabic words
James, DGH 2014, 'The relationship between the underlying representation and surface form of multisyllabic words, in C Bowen, Children's speech sound disorders, 2nd edn, John Wiley, Oxford, UK, pp. 439-443. ISBN: 9780470723647
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