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The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences

 
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Table of Contents

The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences

Part I : Experimental Phonetics

1. Laboratory Techniques for Investigating Speech Articulation

2. The Aerodynamics of Speech

3. Acoustic Phonetics

4. Investigating the Physiology of Laryngeal Structures

5. Instrumental Techniques for Linguistic Phonetic Fieldwork

6. Experimental Design and Statistics in Speech Science

Part II : Biological Perspectives

7. Motor Speech Disorders

8. Brain Functions Underlying Speech

9. Organic Variation of the Vocal Apparatus

Part III : Models of Speech Production and Perception

10. Acquisition of Speech

11. Articulatory Processes

12. Coarticulation and Connected Speech Processes

13. Theories and Models of Speech Production

14. Voice Source Variation

15. ArticulatoryAcoustic-Auditory Relationships

16. Auditory Neural Processing of Speech

17. Aspects of Auditory Processing Related to Speech Perception

18. Cognitive Processes in Speech Perception

Part IV : Linguistic Phonetics

19. Linguistic Phonetic Descriptions

20. Phonetic Universals

21. The Prosody of Speech: Melody and Rhythm

22. The Relation Between Phonetics and Phonology1

Part V : Speech Technology

23. Speech Signal Processing

24. Some Approaches to Automatic Speech Recognition

25. Speaker Recognition and Forensic Phonetics

26. Speech Synthesis

References




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