Experimental approaches to phonology.Published by : Oxford University Press, 2007 (Oxford) Physical details: xv, 465 p. 26 cm. ISBN:0199296677.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -456) and index.
Methods in phonology / John J. Ohala -- Elicitation as experimental phonology : Thlantlang Lai tonology / Larry M. Hyman -- Decisions and mechanisms in exemplar-based phonology / Keith Johnson -- Beyond laboratory phonology : the phonetics of speech communication / Klaus J. Kohler -- Area functions and articulatory modeling as a tool for investigating the articulatory, acoustic, and perceptual properties of sounds across languages / Jacqueline Vaissiére -- Phonological universals and the control and regulation of speech production / Didier Demolin -- Issues of phonological complexity : statistical analysis of the relationship between syllable structures, segment inventories, and tone contrasts / Ian Maddieson -- Linking dispersion-focalization theory and the maximum utilization of the available distinctive features principle in a perception for action control theory / Jean Luc Schwartz, Louis Jean Boë, Christian Abry -- Applying perceptual methods to the study of phonetic variation and sound change / Patrice Speeter Beddor, Anthony Brasher, Chandan Narayan -- Interpreting misperception : beauty is in the ear of the beholder / Juliette Blevins -- Coarticulatory nasalization and phonological developments : data from Italian and English nasal-fricative sequences / M. Grazia Busá -- A perceptual bridge between coronal and dorsal / Olle Engstrand, Johan Frid, Björn Lindblom -- Danish st²d : phonological and cognitive issues / Nina Gr²nnum, Hans Basb²ll --
Articulatory movements and phrase boundaries / Patrizia Bonaventura, Osamu Fujimura -- Physiological and physical bases of the command-response model for generating fundamental frequency contours in tone languages : implications for the phonology of tones / Hiroya Fujisaki, Wentao Gu, Sumio Ohno -- Probabilistic "sliding template" models for indirect vowel normalization / Terrance M. Nearey, Peter Assmann -- The variations, quantification, and generalizations of standard Thai tones / Rungpat Roengpitya -- Controlled and mechanical properties in speech : a review of the literature / Maria Josep Solé -- What's in CVC-like things? : ways and means to look at phonological units across languages / Bruce L. Derwing -- The SLIP technique as a window on the mental preparation of speech : some methodological considerations / Sieb Nooteboom, Hugo Quené -- Experimental methods in the study of Hindi geminate consonants / Manjari Ohala -- Morphophonemics and the lexicon : a case study from Turkish / Anne Pycha, Sharon Inkelas, Ronald Sprouse -- How do listeners compensate for phonology? / Eurie Shin.
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