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The handbook of speech perception

Author: David B Pisoni
Publisher: Malden, Mass. : Blackwell, 2006.
Series: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics.
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Brings together the research conducted in speech perception. This title illustrates technical and theoretical accomplishments and challenges across the field of research and language. It adds to an  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Einführung
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David B Pisoni
ISBN: 0631229272 9780631229278 9781405176415 1405176415
OCLC Number: 255145707
Description: XI, 708 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme ; 26 cm.
Contents: List of Contributors.Preface: Michael Studdert-Kennedy (Haskins Laboratories).Introduction: David B. Pisoni (Indiana University) and Robert E. Remez (Barnard College).Part I: Sensing Speech.1. Acoustic Analysis and Synthesis of Speech: James R. Sawusch (University at Buffalo).2. Perceptual Organization of Speech: Robert E. Remez (Barnard College).3. Primacy of Multimodal Speech Perception: Lawrence D. Rosenblum (University of California, Riverside).4. Phonetic Processing by the Speech Perceiving Brain: Lynne E. Bernstein (House Ear Institute).5. Event-related Evoked Potentials (ERPs) in Speech Perception: Dennis Molfese, Alexandra P. Fonaryova Key, Mandy J. Maguire, Guy O. Dove and Victoria J. Molfese (all University of Louisville).Part II: Perception of Linguistic Properties.6. Features in Speech Perception and Lexical Access: Kenneth N. Stevens (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).7. Speech Perception and Phonological Contrast: Edward Flemming (Stanford University).8. Acoustic Cues to the Perception of Segmental Phonemes: Lawrence J. Raphael (Adelphi University).9. Clear Speech: Rosalie M. Uchanski (CID at Washington University School of Medicine).10. Perception of Intonation: Jacqueline Vaissiere (Laboratoire de Phonetique et de Phonologique, Paris).11. Lexical Stress: Anne C. Cutler (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands).12. Slips of the Ear: Z. S. Bond (Ohio University).Part III: Perception of Indexical Properties.13. Perception of Dialect Variation: Cynthia Clopper and David B. Pisoni (both Indiana University).14. Perception of Voice Quality: Jody Kreiman (UCLA), Diana Vanlancker-Sidtis (New York University) and Bruce R. Gerratt (UCLA).15. Speaker Normalization in Speech Perception: Keith A. Johnson (Ohio State University).16. Perceptual Integration of Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Properties of Speech: Lynne C. Nygaard (Emory University).Part IV: Speech Perception by Special Listeners.17. Speech Perception in Infants: Derek M. Houston (Indiana University School of Medicine).18. Speech Perception in Childhood: Amanda C. Walley (University of Alabama, Birmingham).19. Age-related Changes in Spoken Word Recognition: Mitchell S. Sommers (Washington University).20. Speech Perception in Deaf Children with Cochlear Implants: David B. Pisoni (Indiana University).21. Speech Perception following Focal Brain Injury: William Badacker (Johns Hopkins University).22. Cross-Language Speech Perception: Nuria Sebastian-Galles (Parc Cientific de Barcelona - Hospital de San Joan de Deu).23. Speech Perception in Specific Language Impairment: Susan Ellis Weismer (University of Wisconsin, Madison).Part V: Recognition of Spoken Words.24. Spoken Word Recognition: The Challenge of Variation: Paul A. Luce and Conor T. McLennan (State University of New York, Buffalo).25. Probabilistic Phonotactics in Spoken Word Recognition: Edward T. Auer, Jr. (House Ear Institute) and Paul A. Luce (State University of New York, Buffalo).Part VI: Theoretical Perspectives.26. The Relation of Speech Perception and Speech Production: Carol A. Fowler and Bruno Galantucci (both Haskins Laboratories).27. A Neuroethological Perspective on the Perception of Vocal Communication Signals: Timothy Gentner (University of Chicago) and Gregory F. Ball (Johns Hopkins University).Index
Series Title: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics.
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