Department of Spanish Philology II and Literary Theory
University of Málaga
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Moreno-Torres, I., & Torres, S. (2008). From 1 word to 2 words with cochlear implant and Cued Speech: A case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 22, 491-508.
Moreno-Torres, I, Torres, S, & Santana, R. (2010). Lexical and grammatical development in a child with cochlear implant and attention deficit: A case study. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24, 706–721.
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This is a corpus from a Spanish-speaking deaf child with the pseudonym “Berta” who is using cued speech. Berta was born on 12-JUN-2003. The corpus includes coding of gestures on the the %gpx tier as either iconic, deictic, conventional, or ritual. There are 159 files recorded at regular intervals from the age of 1;6 after cochlear implantation to 5.5. Apart from being deaf, the child was also later diagnosed as ADHD. The tapes were transcribed by Rafael Santana, Ignacio Moreno-Torres, and Santiago Torres.
The files are logically grouped into these six segments:
The gesture codes used are as follows: