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Redford, Melissa A.

The Handbook of Speech Production

Redford, Melissa A. - The Handbook of Speech Production, ebook

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The Handbook of Speech Production is the first reference work to provide an overview of this burgeoning area of study. Twenty-four chapters written by an international team of authors examine issues in speech planning, motor control, the physical aspects of speech production, and external factors that impact speech production.

  • Contributions bring together behavioral, clinical, computational, developmental, and neuropsychological perspectives on speech production to create a rich and truly interdisciplinary resource
  • Offers a novel and timely contribution to the literature and showcases a broad spectrum of research in speech production, methodological advances, and modeling
  • Coverage of planning, motor control, articulatory coordination, the speech mechanism, and the effect of language on production processes

Keywords:

Speech perception, voice production, supralaryngeal articulators, oropharyngeal region, speech production, articulatory organs, oropharyngeal region, vocal tract, vowel formants, hypopharynx, side cavities, tongue muscles, pharyngeal muscles, articulatory model, lower jaw, lips, chewing, swallowing, speaking, anatomy, physiology, development, oral-motor function, speech areodynamics, pressure-flow method, oral air pressure, nasal airflow, nasalization of vowels, adenoids, cleft palate, velopharyngeal inadequacy, nasal air emission, syllables, voicing, coordination, consonant clusters, coupling, rhythm, timing, isochrony, temporal patterning, coordination, multimodal speech production, multisensory speech perception, crossmodal redundancy, production strategies, jaw and lip kinematics, visually impaired speakers, speech development, hearing impairments, speech motor control, motor equivalence, motor goals, speech coordination, motor perturbations, auditory feedback perturbations, orofacial skin sensation, facial proprioception, speech production, motor adaptation, speech learning, somatosensory processing, somatosensory-auditory integration, auditory feedback, altered sensory feedback, sensorimotor adaptation, efference copy, auditory cortex, premotor cortex, dysarthria, apraxia of speech, neural structures, pathophysiology, speech execution, speech planning, phylogeny, ontogeny, evolution, babbling, syllables, consonants, vowels, consonant-vowel co-occurrences, speech rate, timing, rhythm, pausing, communication, language acquisition, stuttering, cluttering, disfluency, speech repair, hesitation, pausing, perceived fluency, cognitive fluency, speech errors, inner speech, tongue twisters, phonemic similarity effect, articulatory influences prosody, planning frames, linguistic structure, representation, fieldwork, understudied languages, sound change, international phonetic alphabet, phonetic rules, phonetic grammar, speaker control, language universals, language arbitrariness, prosodic structure, phrase-final lengthening, domain-initial strengthening, paidologos, oral-motor coordination, syntax, prosody, Speech science, speech production, phonetics, phonology, neurolinguistics, kinematics, neuroscience

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Speech perception, voice production, supralaryngeal articulators, oropharyngeal region, speech production, articulatory organs, oropharyngeal region, vocal tract, vowel formants, hypopharynx, side cavities, tongue muscles, pharyngeal muscles, articulatory model, lower jaw, lips, chewing, swallowing, speaking, anatomy, physiology, development, oral-motor function, speech areodynamics, pressure-flow method, oral air pressure, nasal airflow, nasalization of vowels, adenoids, cleft palate, velopharyngeal inadequacy, nasal air emission, syllables, voicing, coordination, consonant clusters, coupling, rhythm, timing, isochrony, temporal patterning, coordination, multimodal speech production, multisensory speech perception, crossmodal redundancy, production strategies, jaw and lip kinematics, visually impaired speakers, speech development, hearing impairments, speech motor control, motor equivalence, motor goals, speech coordination, motor perturbations, auditory feedback perturbations, orofacial skin sensation, facial proprioception, speech production, motor adaptation, speech learning, somatosensory processing, somatosensory-auditory integration, auditory feedback, altered sensory feedback, sensorimotor adaptation, efference copy, auditory cortex, premotor cortex, dysarthria, apraxia of speech, neural structures, pathophysiology, speech execution, speech planning, phylogeny, ontogeny, evolution, babbling, syllables, consonants, vowels, consonant-vowel co-occurrences, speech rate, timing, rhythm, pausing, communication, language acquisition, stuttering, cluttering, disfluency, speech repair, hesitation, pausing, perceived fluency, cognitive fluency, speech errors, inner speech, tongue twisters, phonemic similarity effect, articulatory influences prosody, planning frames, linguistic structure, representation, fieldwork, understudied languages, sound change, international phonetic alphabet, phonetic rules, phonetic grammar, speaker control, language universals, language arbitrariness, prosodic structure, phrase-final lengthening, domain-initial strengthening, paidologos, oral-motor coordination, syntax, prosody, Speech science, speech production, phonetics, phonology, neurolinguistics, kinematics, neuroscience

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Speech perception, voice production, supralaryngeal articulators, oropharyngeal region, speech production, articulatory organs, oropharyngeal region, vocal tract, vowel formants, hypopharynx, side cavities, tongue muscles, pharyngeal muscles, articulatory model, lower jaw, lips, chewing, swallowing, speaking, anatomy, physiology, development, oral-motor function, speech areodynamics, pressure-flow method, oral air pressure, nasal airflow, nasalization of vowels, adenoids, cleft palate, velopharyngeal inadequacy, nasal air emission, syllables, voicing, coordination, consonant clusters, coupling, rhythm, timing, isochrony, temporal patterning, coordination, multimodal speech production, multisensory speech perception, crossmodal redundancy, production strategies, jaw and lip kinematics, visually impaired speakers, speech development, hearing impairments, speech motor control, motor equivalence, motor goals, speech coordination, motor perturbations, auditory feedback perturbations, orofacial skin sensation, facial proprioception, speech production, motor adaptation, speech learning, somatosensory processing, somatosensory-auditory integration, auditory feedback, altered sensory feedback, sensorimotor adaptation, efference copy, auditory cortex, premotor cortex, dysarthria, apraxia of speech, neural structures, pathophysiology, speech execution, speech planning, phylogeny, ontogeny, evolution, babbling, syllables, consonants, vowels, consonant-vowel co-occurrences, speech rate, timing, rhythm, pausing, communication, language acquisition, stuttering, cluttering, disfluency, speech repair, hesitation, pausing, perceived fluency, cognitive fluency, speech errors, inner speech, tongue twisters, phonemic similarity effect, articulatory influences prosody, planning frames, linguistic structure, representation, fieldwork, understudied languages, sound change, international phonetic alphabet, phonetic rules, phonetic grammar, speaker control, language universals, language arbitrariness, prosodic structure, phrase-final lengthening, domain-initial strengthening, paidologos, oral-motor coordination, syntax, prosody, Speech science, speech production, phonetics, phonology, neurolinguistics, kinematics, neuroscience

, Speech Science
Author(s)
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics
Page amount
616 pages
Category
Languages
Format
Ebook
eISBN (ePUB)
9781118584125
Printed ISBN
9781119029144

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