New PDF release: The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology

By Abigail C. Cohn, Cécile Fougeron, Marie K. Huffman

ISBN-10: 0199575037

ISBN-13: 9780199575039

This publication offers state of the art assurance of study in laboratory phonology, an interdisciplinary study standpoint which brings a variety of experimental and analytic instruments to endure at the critical questions of the way wisdom of spoken language is based, discovered, and used. The ebook offers works illustrating how laboratory phonology is practiced and highlights promising components of present research.

Contributions deal with how laboratory phonology ways and methodologies have supplied perception into human speech and sound constitution. half one introduces the heritage, nature, and goals of laboratory phonology. the remainder 4 components conceal critical concerns in study performed inside this angle, in addition to methodological assets used for investigating those concerns. This guide, the 1st in particular devoted to the laboratory phonology strategy, builds at the origin of information collected in linguistics, speech study and allied disciplines. With the numerous interdisciplinary contributions accumulated, the guide showcases paintings during this brilliant box.

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1 RO1 DC02932-01A2 to Mary Beckman. Part of D. Robert Ladd’s work on the paper was carried out while a visiting scholar at the Max-Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen. conceptual foundations 19 Shattuck-Hufnagel, Stevens, and Werker—are not associated with any particular school of phonological theory. About two thirds of the participants are phonologists or phoneticians affiliated with linguistics departments. Most of the rest are affiliated with departments of psychology, electrical engineering and computer science, or communication sciences and disorders.

Many of the participants—such as Cutler, Kohler, Ladefoged, Marslen-Wilson, Munhall, Nolan, Jen Hay, Patricia Keating, Chris Kennedy, John Kingston, and Moira Yip. Although none of them are likely to agree with everything we have said here, we have benefited greatly from their suggestions about both substance and exposition. We are particularly grateful to David Hull, for fruitful discussion of the philosophy of science, and to the readers of Current Trends in Phonology I and the audience at Current Trends in Phonology II, for their responses to the earlier version of this paper.

Many of the participants—such as Cutler, Kohler, Ladefoged, Marslen-Wilson, Munhall, Nolan, Jen Hay, Patricia Keating, Chris Kennedy, John Kingston, and Moira Yip. Although none of them are likely to agree with everything we have said here, we have benefited greatly from their suggestions about both substance and exposition. We are particularly grateful to David Hull, for fruitful discussion of the philosophy of science, and to the readers of Current Trends in Phonology I and the audience at Current Trends in Phonology II, for their responses to the earlier version of this paper.

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