Chapter 1 Laboratory strategies for Investigating Speech Articulation (pages 7–38): Maureen Stone
Chapter 2 The Aerodynamics of Speech (pages 39–80): Christine H. Shadle
Chapter three Acoustic Phonetics (pages 81–129): Jonathan Harrington
Chapter four Investigating the body structure of Laryngeal constructions (pages 130–152): Hajime Hirose
Chapter five natural version of the Vocal gear (pages 153–201): Janet Mackenzie Beck
Chapter 6 mind Mechanisms Underlying Speech Motor keep an eye on (pages 202–250): Hermann Ackermann and Wolfram Ziegler
Chapter 7 improvement of Neural keep watch over of Orofacial pursuits for Speech (pages 251–296): Anne Smith
Chapter eight Speech Acquisition (pages 297–315): Barbara L. Davis
Chapter nine Coarticulation and hooked up Speech tactics (pages 316–352): Edda Farnetani and Daniel Recasens
Chapter 10 Theories and types of Speech creation (pages 353–377): Anders Lofqvist
Chapter eleven Voice resource edition and Its Communicative capabilities (pages 378–423): Christer Gobl and Ailbhe Ni Chasaide
Chapter 12 Articulatory–Acoustic kinfolk because the foundation of exact Contrasts (pages 424–453): Kenneth N. Stevens and Helen M. Hanson
Chapter thirteen facets of Auditory Processing on the topic of Speech conception (pages 454–488): Brian C. J. Moore
Chapter 14 Cognitive methods in Speech conception (pages 489–520): James M. Mcqueen and Anne Cutler
Chapter 15 The Prosody of Speech: Timing and Rhythm (pages 521–602): Janet Fletcher
Chapter sixteen Tone and Intonation (pages 603–652): Mary E. Beckman and Jennifer J. Venditti
Chapter 17 The Relation among Phonetics and Phonology (pages 653–677): John J. Ohala
Chapter 18 Phonetic Notation (pages 678–702): John H. Esling
Chapter 19 Sociophonetics (pages 703–754): Paul Foulkes, James M. Scobbie and Dominic Watt
Chapter 20 An advent to sign Processing for Speech (pages 755–780): Daniel P. W. Ellis
Chapter 21 Speech Synthesis (pages 781–803): Rolf Carlson and Bjorn Granstrom
Chapter 22 computerized Speech popularity (pages 804–838): Steve Renals and Simon King
Read Online or Download The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, Second Edition PDF
Best dictionaries books
The Wiley Dictionary of Civil Engineering and development offers entire assurance of a wide variety of technical disciplines. The definitions are designed to be of use to pros in structure, engineering, surveying, development, building, forestry, mining, and public works. Entries contain phrases, techniques, names, abbreviations, instruments, and methods universal to those disciplines, and nearly all phrases and their features have been provided via operating execs and specialists in every one box.
The LTP Dictionary of chosen Collocations is a special reference ebook aimed toward all freshmen of English at intermediate point and above. it isn't a standard dictionary. It lists collocations- phrases and the phrases which often mix with them. realizing powerful and widespread collocations is vital for exact, traditional English.
- Elsevier's dictionary of chemistry: including terms from biochemistry in English, French, Spanish, Italian, and German
- Window on Britain 2, activity book
- Aeneis: Latin-English Vocabulary
- Dictionary of Human Resources and Personnel Management: Over 7,000 Terms Clearly Defined
- Historical Dictionary of Islam (Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies and Movements)
Additional resources for The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, Second Edition
2002) The trough effect: Implications for Speech Motor Programming. Phonetica, 59, 245–62. Using data collected in Stockholm by Branderud, P, Lundburg, H, Lander, J. , et al. (2002) Assessment of consonant articulation in glossectomee speech by dynamic MRI. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, ICSLP ’2002, Denver, USA. 961–4. Maeda, S. (1990) Compensatory articulation during speech: Evidence from the analysis and synthesis of vocal tract shapes using an articulatory model.
Akagawa, Y. (2003) Handy measurement for tongue motion and coordination with laryngeal elevation at swallowing. Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 30, 985–9. Tye-Murray, N. (1991) The establishment of open articulatory postures by deaf and hearing talkers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 34, 453–9. , & Okuno, A. (1993) Ultrasound imaging of the tongue, mouth, and vocal cords in normal children: Establishment of basic 38 Maureen Stone scanning positions. Journal of Clinical Ultrasound, 21, 431–9.
2001) Coarticulation, blending and assimilation in Catalan consonant clusters. Journal of Phonetics, 29, 273–301. , & Neukam, F. W. (1996) Re-establishment of speech and swallowing function following extensive tumour resections in the head and neck. Laryngo-Rhino-Otologie, 75, 231–8. Scobbie, J. , Wood, S. , & Wrench, A. A. (2004) Advances in EPG for treatment and research: An illustrative case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 18, 373–89. Serrurier, A. & Badin, P. (2005) Towards a 3D articulatory model of velum based on MRI and CT images.
The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, Second Edition