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Recent Articles in Phonetics and Phonology
Phonological Parameters Of Indigenous And Asl Country Name-Signs, Carolyn J. Stephens University of North Florida
Phonological Parameters Of Indigenous And Asl Country Name-Signs, Carolyn J. Stephens
Journal of Interpretation
This investigation was guided by the following research questions: What are the American Sign Language (ASL) and indigenous signs for each country in the world? What phonological features do they exhibit? Are these features consistent with previous research on ASL? The research presented in this article is the result of a project that provides a comprehensive online compilation of country-name signs. A website was created to display both written descriptions and videos of the signs, and 180 countries with 314 total variations were identified, documented, recorded, coded and analyzed. A thorough literature review was conducted and an analysis of phonological ...
Effects Of Phonotactic And Orthotactic Probabilities On Word Recognition For Children Who Do And Do Not Use Aac, Rachel C. Shelton University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Effects Of Phonotactic And Orthotactic Probabilities On Word Recognition For Children Who Do And Do Not Use Aac, Rachel C. Shelton
University of Tennessee Honors Thesis Projects
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Variation And Preferences In Modern Hebrew Nonce Verbs, Michal Martinez Boise State University
Variation And Preferences In Modern Hebrew Nonce Verbs, Michal Martinez
Michal Temkin Martinez
This paper reports a production experiment examining variation in Modern Hebrew spirantization. Modern Hebrew spirantization is characterized by the alternation of the stops [p], [b], and [k] with their fricative counterparts [f], [v], and [χ], respectively. Typically, fricatives occur post-vocalically, and stops elsewhere, as in (1).
(1) Root Infinitive Uninflected Gloss
/p/~[f] /pgʃ/ [lifgoʃ] [pagaʃ] ‘to meet’
/b/~[v] /bgd/ [livgod] [bagad] ‘to betray’
/k/~[χ] /ktb/ [liχtov] [katav] ‘to write’
Due to historical mergers and recent borrowings, there are segments that are acoustically identical to those in (1) but that do not alternate, thus potentially forming exceptions (i ...
The Dynamic Role Of Subphonemic Cues In Speech Perception: Investigating Coarticulatory Processing Across Sound Classes, Jessica Arbour McMaster University
The Dynamic Role Of Subphonemic Cues In Speech Perception: Investigating Coarticulatory Processing Across Sound Classes, Jessica Arbour
Open Access Dissertations and Theses
Neural responses to anticipatory coarticulatory cues were investigated across systematically varying phonological conditions. Congruent or incongruent subphonemic information was placed between an initial consonant and a vowel in a consonant-vowel- consonant (CVC) spoken word (Archibald & Joanisse, 2011). Due to physical and temporal differences across sound classes, the objective was to investigate whether coarticulatory information would be processed differently across controlled manipulations of onset (fricative vs. stop) and vowel type (height vs. backness). Event- related potentials (ERPs) were recorded during a printed-word/spoken-word matching paradigm, in which participants indicated whether a visual prime stimulus and a spoken word matched/mismatched. The ...
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What Is Optimality Theory?, John McCarthy
The Gradual Path To Cluster Simplification, John McCarthy
Phonological Processes: Assimilation, John McCarthy
Faithfulness And Reduplicative Identity, John McCarthy
A Prosodic Theory Of Nonconcatenative Morphology, John McCarthy
Autosegmental Spreading In Optimality Theory, John McCarthy
Prosodic Morphology 1986, John McCarthy
On Stress And Syllabification, John McCarthy
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