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Conference Conference in Laboratory Phonology (6th : 1998 : University of York)
Title Phonetic interpretation / edited by John Local, Richard Ogden and Rosalind Temple.
Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Conference Conference in Laboratory Phonology (6th : 1998 : University of York)
Series Papers in laboratory phonology ; 6.
Papers in laboratory phonology ; 6.
Subject Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology -- Congresses.
Phonetics -- Congresses.
Alt Name Local, John.
Ogden, Richard.
Temple, R. A. M. (Rosalind A. M.)
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 402 pages) : illustrations.
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Note "This collection of papers is drawn from the Sixth Conference in Laboratory Phonology which was held at the University of York in 1998"--Page xiii.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 355-386) and indexes.
Note Print version record.
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Introduction John Local, Richard Ogden and Rosalind Temple -- Part I. Phonological Representations and the Lexicon: 1. Interpreting 'phonetic interpretation' across the lexicon Mary E. Beckman and Janet Pierrehumbert -- 2. Effects on word recognition of syllable-onset cues to syllable-coda voicing Sarah Hawkins and No︠l Nguyen -- 3. Speech perception, well-formedness and lexical frequency Jennifer Hay, Janet Pierrehumbert and Mary E. Beckman -- 4. Factors of lexical competition in vowel articulation Richard Wright -- 5. Commentary: probability, detail and experience John Coleman -- Part II. Phonetic Interpretation and Phrasal Structure: 6. Release the captive coda: the foot as a domain of phonetic interpretation John Harris -- 7. How many levels of phrasing? Evidence from two varieties of Italian Maria D'Imperio and Barbara Gili Fivela -- 8. Domain-initial articulatory strengthening in four languages Patricia Keating, Taehong Cho, Ce;cile Fougeron and Chai-Shune Hsu -- 9. External sandhi as gestural overlap? Counter evidence from Sardinian D. Robert Ladd and James Scobbie -- 10. Commentary: Consonant strengthening and lengthening in various languages Jonathan Harrington -- Part III. Phonetic Interpretation and Syllable Structure: 11. On the factorbility of phonological units in speech perception Terrance M. Nearey -- 12 Articulatory correlates of ambisyllabicity in English glides and liquids Bryan Gick -- 13. Extrinsic phonetic interpretation: spectral variation in English liquids Paul Carter -- 14. Temporal constraints and characterizing syllable structuring Kenneth De Jong -- 15. Commentary: some thought on syllables: an old fashioned interlude Peter Ladefoged -- Part IV. Phonology and Natural Speech Production: Tasks, Contrasts and Explanations: 16. The interaction of the phonetics and phonology of Gutturals Bushra Zawaydeh -- 17. Pitch discrimination during breathy versus modal phonation Daniel Silverman -- 18. The phonetic interpretation of register Katrina Hayward, Justin Watkins and Akin Oyẗ̀dee; -- 19. Speech rhythm in English and Japanese Keiichi Tajima and Robert Port -- 20. Commentary: on the interpretation of speakers' performance Gerard J. Docherty.
ISBN 9780511187377
0511184735 (electronic bk.)
9780511184734 (electronic bk.)
0511185561 (electronic bk.)
9780511185564 (electronic bk.)
9780511486425 (electronic bk.)
0511486421 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 191933774
Additional Format Print version: Conference in Laboratory Phonology (6th : 1998 : University of York). Phonetic interpretation. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003 0521824028 (DLC) 2004299196 (OCoLC)51271697.

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