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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29852505/eric-vatikiotis-bateson-1952-2017
#1
Philip Rubin
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 1, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29852503/effects-of-word-position-on-the-acoustic-realization-of-vietnamese-final-consonants
#2
Thi Thuy Hien Tran, Nathalie Vallée, Lionel Granjon
A variety of studies have shown differences between phonetic features of consonants according to their prosodic and/or syllable (onset vs. coda) positions. However, differences are not always found, and interactions between the various factors involved are complex and not well understood. Our study compares acoustical characteristics of coda consonants in Vietnamese taking into account their position within words. Traditionally described as monosyllabic, Vietnamese is partially polysyllabic at the lexical level...
May 28, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29852482/stress-induced-acoustic-variation-in-l2-and-l1-spanish-vowels
#3
Sofía Romanelli, Andrea Menegotto, Ron Smyth
AIM: We assessed the effect of lexical stress on the duration and quality of Spanish word-final vowels /a, e, o/ produced by American English late intermediate learners of L2 Spanish, as compared to those of native L1 Argentine Spanish speakers. METHODS: Participants read 54 real words ending in /a, e, o/, with either final or penultimate lexical stress, embedded in a text and a word list. We measured vowel duration and both F1 and F2 frequencies at 3 temporal points...
May 28, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29649804/regional-variation-in-fundamental-frequency-of-american-english-vowels
#4
Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox
We examined whether the fundamental frequency (f0) of vowels is influenced by regional variation, aiming to (1) establish how the relationship between vowel height and f0 ("intrinsic f0") is utilized in regional vowel systems and (2) determine whether regional varieties differ in their implementation of the effects of phonetic context on f0 variations. An extended set of acoustic measures explored f0 in vowels in isolated tokens (experiment 1) and in connected speech (experiment 2) from 36 women representing 3 different varieties of American English...
April 11, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29649803/sound-symbolic-patterns-in-pok%C3%A3-mon-names
#5
Shigeto Kawahara, Atsushi Noto, Gakuji Kumagai
This paper presents a case study of sound symbolism, cases in which certain sounds tend to be associated with particular meanings. We used the corpus of all Japanese Pokémon names available as of October 2016. We tested the effects of voiced obstruents, mora counts, and vowel quality on Pokémon characters' size, weight, strength parameters, and evolution levels. We found that the number of voiced obstruents in Pokémon names correlates positively with size, weight, evolution levels, and general strength parameters, except for speed...
April 11, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29649801/an-ultrasound-study-of-the-development-of-lingual-coarticulation-during-childhood
#6
Natalia Zharkova
BACKGROUND/AIMS: There is growing evidence that coarticulation development is protracted and segment-specific, and yet very little information is available on the changes in the extent of coarticulation across different phonemes throughout childhood. This study describes lingual coarticulatory patterns in 6 age groups of Scottish English-speaking children between 3 and 13 years old. METHODS: Vowelon-consonant anticipatory coarticulation was analysed using ultrasound imaging data on tongue shape from 4 consonants that differ in the degree of constraint, i...
April 11, 2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29433122/tongue-palate-contact-timing-during-s-and-z-in-english
#7
Marko Liker, Fiona E Gibbon
Although numerous studies have investigated supraglottal strategies for signalling voicing in fricatives, there is still no agreement about the precise characteristics of tongue-to-palate contact timing during voiced as opposed to voiceless fricatives. In this study we use electropalatography (EPG) to investigate articulatory and coarticulatory characteristics of tongue-to-palate contact timing during /s/ and /z/ in English. Five typically speaking participants, speakers of Southern British English, produced 500 trochaic words containing the intervocalic alveolar fricatives /s/ or /z/...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29433121/explaining-coronal-reduction-prosodic-structure-and-articulatory-posture
#8
Benjamin Parrell, Shrikanth Narayanan
Consonant reduction is often treated as an allophonic process at the phonological planning level, with one production target (allophone) being substituted for another. We propose that, alternatively, reduction can be the result of an online process driven by prosodically conditioned durational variability and an invariant production target. We show that this approach can account for patterns of coronal stop (/t/, /d/, and /n/) production in both American English and Spanish. Contrary to effort-driven theories of reduction, we show that reduction does notdepend on changes to gestural stiffness...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29433119/rhotics-and-palatalization-an-acoustic-examination-of-upper-and-lower-sorbian
#9
Phil Howson
Two of the major problems with rhotics are: (1) rhotics, unlike most other classes, are highly resistant to secondary palatalization, and (2) acoustic cues for rhotics as a class have been elusive. This study examines the acoustics of Upper and Lower Sorbian rhotics. Dynamic measures of the F1-F3 and F2-F1 were recorded and compared using SSANOVAs. The results indicate there is a striking delay in achievement of F2 for both the palatalized rhotics, while F2, F1, and F2-F1 are similar for all the rhotics tested here...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29212078/the-mechanism-and-representation-of-korean-three-way-phonation-contrast-external-photoglottography-intra-oral-air-pressure-airflow-and-acoustic-data
#10
Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda, Lise Crevier-Buchman
This paper aims to refine our understanding of the speech mechanism and laryngeal features involved in the Korean lenis (/p t k/), aspirated (/ph th kh/), and fortis (/p' t' k'/) plosives. For this purpose we made measurements using a new noninvasive technique called external lighting and sensing photoglottography (ePGG) as well as intra-oral air pressure (Pio) above the glottis, airflow, and acoustic data. From simultaneous recordings of the experimental data, we were ableto quantify the laryngeal-oral coordination of glottal opening and a consonant release, and the covariance of airflow peak and duration of aspiration with glottal opening...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29073618/acoustic-realization-and-inventory-size-kannada-and-malayalam-alveolar-retroflex-laterals-and-%C3%A9
#11
Marija Tabain, Alexei Kochetov
This study examines formant and spectral moment data for the apical and retroflex lateral sounds /l ɭ/ of the Dravidian languages Kannada and Malayalam, together with the rhotic /ɻ/ of Malayalam. Data are presented for 10 male speakers of each language. We find that the first spectral moment is lower for retroflex laterals than for alveolar laterals, and lower for the rhotic /ɻ/ of Malayalam than for the retroflex lateral in the same language. Differences emerge when the retroflex lateral of Kannada is compared with the same sound in Malayalam...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28595176/individual-talker-and-token-covariation-in-the-production-of-multiple-cues-to-stop-voicing
#12
Meghan Clayards
BACKGROUND/AIMS: Previous research found that individual talkers have consistent differences in the production of segments impacting the perception of their speech by others. Speakers also produce multiple acoustic-phonetic cues to phonological contrasts. Less is known about how multiple cues covary within a phonetic category and across talkers. We examined differences in individual talkers across cues and whether token-by-token variability is a result of intrinsic factors or speaking style by examining within-category correlations...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28595174/interactive-prosodic-marking-of-focus-boundary-and-newness-in-mandarin
#13
Bei Wang, Yi Xu, Qifan Ding
The current study investigates whether and how focus, phrase boundary and newness can be simultaneously marked in speech prosody in Mandarin Chinese. Homophones were used to construct three syntactic structures that differed only in boundary condition, focus was elicited by preceding questions, while newness of postboundary words was manipulated as whether they had occurred in the previous text. Systematic analysis of F0 and duration showed that (1) duration was a reliable correlate of boundary strength regardless of focus location, while involvement of F0 was only in terms of lowering of phrase-final F0 minima and raising of phrase-initial F0 minima at a relatively strong boundary, (2) postfocus compression (PFC) of F0 was applied across all boundaries, including those with long silent pauses (over 200 ms), and postfocus F0 was lowered to almost the same degree in all boundary conditions, and (3) newness of postfocus words had no systematic effect on F0 or duration...
2018: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29131137/georges-millardet-%C3%A3-tudes-de-dialectologie-landaise-le-d%C3%A3-veloppement-des-phonemes-additionnels-toulouse-%C3%A3-douard-privat-1910-224-pages
#14
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29131119/r-h-stetson-motor-phonetics-a-study-of-speech-movements-in-action-2nd-ed-amsterdam-north-holland-publishing-co-1951
#15
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29131077/book-discussions-a-novel-format-for-transporting-classic-works-into-present-day-phonetics-research
#16
Oliver Niebuhr, Catherine T Best
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
2017: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28384645/perception-of-japanese-pitch-accent-without-f0
#17
Yukiko Sugiyama
Phonological contrasts are typically encoded with multiple acoustic correlates to ensure efficient communication. Studies have shown that such phonetic redundancy is found not only in segmental contrasts, but also in suprasegmental contrasts such as tone. In Japanese, fundamental frequency (F0) is the primary cue for pitch accent. However, little is known about its secondary cues. In the present study, a perception experiment was conducted to examine whether any secondary cues exist for Japanese accent. First, minimal pairs of final-accented and unaccented words were identified using a database, resulting in 14 pairs of words...
2017: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28301854/pre-low-raising-in-japanese-pitch-accent
#18
Albert Lee, Santitham Prom-On, Yi Xu
Japanese has been observed to have 2 versions of the H tone, the higher of which is associated with an accented mora. However, the distinction of these 2 versions only surfaces in context but not in isolation, leading to a long-standing debate over whether there is 1 H tone or 2. This article reports evidence that the higher version may result from a pre-low raising mechanism rather than being inherently higher. The evidence is based on an analysis of F0 of words that varied in length, accent condition and syllable structure, produced by native speakers of Japanese at 2 speech rates...
2017: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28301851/the-effect-of-focus-and-phrase-position-on-east-norwegian-lexical-tonal-accents
#19
Niamh E Kelly, Rajka Smiljanic
Two experiments examined the acoustic correlates of the disyllabic tonal accent contrast in the Trøndersk dialect of Norwegian, and how narrow focus and phrasal position shape the contrast. Production results showed that both tonal accents have a high-low (HL) pitch contour, with different timing. In narrow focus, the pitch contrast was enlarged through asymmetrical F0 changes. When at the right edge of an accent phrase (AP), the accents were shown to have a higher L, lower AP H% tone, shorter stressed vowel, and longer final vowel...
2017: Phonetica
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28268232/nonnative-accent-discrimination-with-words-and-sentences
#20
Eriko Atagi, Tessa Bent
BACKGROUND: Accent detection studies have shown native listeners to be highly sensitive to the presence of nonnative accents. This study examined the robustness of this sensitivity. METHODS: We evaluated listeners' accent discrimination performance when presented with a stimulus set consisting of multiple nonnative accents, as well as words and sentences that were unique in each trial. Listeners heard pairs of talkers reading the same word or sentence and indicated whether the talkers' native languages were the same or different...
2017: Phonetica
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