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is the production of unintended sounds or syllables in the utterance of partially recognizable word, e.g., ‘paker’ for ‘paper.’
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NPicchetti about six years ago.

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"Initial definition from Bose etal. cited above"
NPicchetti (about six years ago)

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REVISION 3

Definition contributed by NPicchetti about six years ago:is the production of unintended sounds or syllables in the utterance of partially recognizable word, e.g., ‘paker’ for ‘paper.’

REVISION 2

Definition contributed by NPicchetti about six years ago:is the production of unintended sounds or syllables in the utterance of partially recognizable word, e.g., ‘paker’ for ‘paper.’ Arpita Bose, Ph.D., Lori Buchanan, Ph.D., & Gary Libben, Ph.D. (2005). Advances in Neurolinguistics: Semantics of Word Production in Aphasia. Retrieved from http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/article_detail.asp?article_id=254

REVISION 1

Definition contributed by NPicchetti about six years ago:is the production of unintended sounds or syllables in the utterance of partially recognizable word, e.g., ‘paker’ for ‘paper’ Arpita Bose, Ph.D., Lori Buchanan, Ph.D., & Gary Libben, Ph.D. (2005). Advances in Neurolinguistics: Semantics of Word Production in Aphasia. Retrieved from http://www.speechpathology.com/articles/article_detail.asp?article_id=254

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