by the lower middle class as a factor in linguistic change.
14 Long-term relapse and revision surgery have led to numerous modifications of techniques, like hypercorrection
, unilateral versus bilateral correction, shell technique, split calvarial grafting, posterior cranial vault expansion and, recently, spring-assisted techniques, with improved structural and cosmetic results.
OF % MISTAKES OCCURRENCES MADE Irregular phonographemic relationship (a sound may be represented by different graphemes) Support on orality (words are written as they are pronounced) Hypercorrection
(by increasingly understanding the difference between the spoken and written language the child starts to autocorrect.
In addition to those already identified, the effect of hypercorrection
, an attempt to mimic the SBE form, distraction at the point of recording, a need to be different on the assumption that different means better or correct, the consciousness of being recorded, among others are possible causes of the lack of uniformity.
2008) found that the most common errors in learning to write were: irregularities; changing, adding, and omitting letters; nasalizing; syllable omission; hypercorrection
Old Hungarian forms listed in the head, like the geographic name "1233 GN Alch [alc]," has to do with a hypercorrection
found with long vowels that is well established in the phonological history of Hungarian.
This measurement is then transposed to the affected side with hypercorrection
of about 5mm.
This modernist interpretation may help explain raters' vulnerability to post-intervention hypercorrection
or a retreat to prior scoring behaviors (see Congdon and McQueen).
Further, the adjustment between manuscript and US versions from the Scots plural, 'twa year', to an anglicised plural, 'twa years', may reflect the text performed or a hypercorrection
in the American proof-reading process: it is impossible at this point to say which.
This makes it sound as if the word had often been written quite intentionally in a dialectal form, leaving it to the reader or hearer to reconstruct the "original" from it by a process of deliberate hypercorrection
is evident in French loanwords like despight (Greenlaw et al.
derives from his not actually reading the etymologies that he copies.