Pharyngitis – Pharyngitis:
Inflammation of the pharynx (throat)
Phonation – Phonation:
Phonem – Phoneme:
One of the smallest units of speech (a sound) which differentiates one word from another.
Phonetische Störung – Phonemic disorder:
A speech sound disorder, articulation disorder.
Phonologische Bewusstheit – Phonological awareness:
Underdeveloped phonological awareness results in the inability to analyse and change the sound structure of words. E.g. rhyming, counting syllables.
Poltern – Cluttering:
A speech and communication disorder is demonstrated by rapid speech, repetition, shortened sentences, skipped words, and slurred speech making the person difficult to understand.
Pragmatik – Pragmatics:
A pragmatic language impairment results in difficulties with using language appropriately in social situations. E.g. respecting turn-taking in a conversation.
Prosodie – Prosody:
A prosodic disorder is characterized by slow or rapid speech, interruptions through pauses and repetitions, and stressing the wrong part of a word. Changes in intonation and monotonous speech may also occur.
Quelle: "Leitfaden Sprache Sprechen Stimme Schlucken" von J.Siegmüller und H.Bartels / Urban&Fischer Verlag.