Speech Science

Winter 2017/2018, Möbius and Brandt
Lecture (2 SWS), Exercise (2 SWS), LSF/HIS #104112

MSc LST: core course SS&T, obligatory for specialization P&ST; MSc LCT

Lecture: Thu 10.15-11.45, C7.2/5.09
Exercise: Tue 12:15-13:45, C7.2/5.09

The first week will be taught in conjunction with Foundations of Language Science and Technology. Please attend FLST on Oct 23, 25, 27. The first Speech Science session is the lecture on Thu Oct 26, and it will build on the content of the Phonetics sessions (first week of FLST) and the Speech sessions in FLST on Oct 23 and 25.

Prerequisites

None.

Content

This course, consisting of a lecture and an exercise session, gives an overview of the three main areas of Speech Science: speech production, the acoustic structure of speech, and speech perception. The topics covered include the anatomy and physiology of speech production; articulation and the symbolic representation of speech; theories of speech production; the source-filter model of speech production and the acoustic properties of sound classes; the ear and hearing physiology, theories of speech perception.

Assessments / Exams

Completion of exercises; written exam at end of term (M.Sc. 6 LP).

Structure (Lecture and Exercise class)

Date Topic Slides and more
23.10. Acoustic phonetics I (FLST) AP1 slides
(24.10.) (no exercise) please attend FLST on Oct 23, 25, 27
25.10. Acoustic phonetics II (FLST) AP2 slides, AP3 slides
26.10. Acoustic phonetics III
Respiration, Phonation

 
AP4 slides
Phonation slides
assignment - recording instructions
27.10. Praat - phonetic analyses (FLST, exercises)
(31.10.) (public holiday, no class)
02.11. Voice Quality VQ slides, assignment
07.11. Transcription (exercises) IPA table, IPA / SAMPA tables
09.11. Prosody I Prosody slides, Prosody assignment
14.11. Prosody I (exercise)
16.11. Prosody II
21.11. Prosody II (exercise)
23.11. Speech rhythm Rhythm slides
28.11. Speech rhythm (exercise)
30.11. Auditory system Auditory slides
05.12. Auditory system (exercise)
(07.12.) (no class)
12.12. Exam preparation I
14.12. Speech perception Perception slides
19.12. Speech perception (exercise) Read Diehl et al. 2004 (pp.149-159,170-173)
21.12. Theories and models of speech perception I discussion
(02.01.) (no class)
04.01. Categorical perception CP slides, CP assignment
09.01. Categorical perception (exercise) CP experiment zip
11.01. Theories and models of speech perception II Models slides
16.01. Speech perception (exercise)
18.01. (no class) Read Farnetani and Recasens 2010
23.01. Exam preparation II
25.01. Theories and models of speech production Production slides
30.01. Coarticulation Coarticulation slides
01.02.
10:15-11:45
Written exam
C7.3, seminar room (foyer)
Registration for exam by
Jan 18, 2018!

Literature

Suggested companion text book:

BibTex entries of all references (books, papers, URL):

@Article{	  BellBerti/Harris:1981,
  author	= {Bell-Berti, Fredericka and Harris, Katherine},
  title		= {A temporal model of speech production},
  journal	= {Phonetica},
  year		= 1981,
  volume	= 38,
  pages		= {9--20},
  annote	= {production, coarticulation}
}

@Article{	  Bladon/Bamerni:1976,
  author	= {Bladon, A. and Al-Bamerni, A.},
  title		= {Coarticulation resistance in {E}nglish /l/},
  journal	= {Journal of Phonetics},
  year		= 1976,
  volume	= 4,
  pages		= {137--150},
  annote	= {coarticulation}
}

@Article{	  Botinis/etal:2001,
  author	= {Botinis, Antonis and Granstr{\"o}m, Bj{\"o}rn and
		  M{\"o}bius, Bernd},
  title		= {Developments and paradigms in intonation research},
  journal	= {Speech Communication},
  year		= 2001,
  volume	= 33,
  number	= 4,
  pages		= {263--296},
  annote	= {intonation}
}

@Article{	  Browman/Goldstein:1986,
  author	= {Browman, Catherine and Goldstein, Louis},
  title		= {Towards an articulatory phonology},
  journal	= {Phonology Yearbook},
  year		= 1986,
  volume	= 3,
  pages		= {219--252},
  annote	= {articulatory phonology}
}

@Article{	  Browman/Goldstein:1989,
  author	= {Browman, Catherine and Goldstein, Louis},
  title		= {Articulatory gestures as phonological units},
  journal	= {Phonology Yearbook},
  year		= 1989,
  volume	= 6,
  pages		= {201--251},
  annote	= {articulatory phonology}
}

@Article{	  Browman/Goldstein:1990a,
  author	= {Browman, Catherine and Goldstein, Louis},
  title		= {Gestural specification using dynamically-defined
		  articulatory structures},
  journal	= {Journal of Phonetics},
  year		= 1990,
  volume	= 18,
  pages		= {299--320},
  annote	= {articulatory phonology}
}

@Article{	  Browman/Goldstein:1992,
  author	= {Browman, Catherine and Goldstein, Louis},
  title		= {Articulatory phonology: an overview},
  journal	= {Phonetica},
  year		= 1992,
  volume	= 49,
  pages		= {155--180},
  annote	= {articulatory phonology, perception}
}

@Book{		  Brucke:1856,
  author	= {Br{\"u}cke, E.},
  title		= {{Grundz{\"u}ge der Physiologie und Systematik der
		  Sprachlaute f{\"u}r Linguisten und Taubstummenlehrer}},
  publisher	= {Gerold},
  year		= 1856,
  address	= {Wien},
  annote	= {coarticulation}
}

@Book{		  Bussmann:1990,
  author	= {Bu{\ss}mann, Hadumod},
  title		= {Lexikon der {S}prachwissenschaft},
  publisher	= {Kr{\"o}ner},
  year		= 1990,
  address	= {Stuttgart},
  note		= {2., v{\"o}llig neu bearb. {A}ufl. (1. {A}ufl. 1983)}
}

@Article{	  Byrd:1996,
  author	= {Byrd, Dani},
  title		= {A phase window framework for articulatory timing},
  journal	= {Phonology},
  year		= 1996,
  volume	= 13,
  number	= 2,
  pages		= {139--169},
  annote	= {phonology, production, coarticulation}
}

@Book{		  Chomsky/Halle:1991,
  author	= {Chomsky, Noam and Halle, Morris},
  title		= {The sound pattern of English},
  publisher	= {MIT Press},
  year		= 1991,
  address	= {Cambridge, MA; London},
  note		= {1st edition 1968}
}

@Book{		  Clark/etal:2007a,
  author	= {Clark, John and Yallop, Colin and Fletcher, Janet},
  title		= {An Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology},
  publisher	= {Blackwell},
  year		= 2007,
  address	= {Oxford},
  edition	= {3rd}
}

@Article{	  Clements:1985,
  author	= {Clements, George Nick},
  title		= {The geometry of phonological features},
  journal	= {Phonology Yearbook},
  year		= 1985,
  volume	= 2,
  pages		= {225--252},
  annote	= {phonology, feature geometry}
}

@InCollection{	  Cutler/Clifton:2000,
  author	= {Cutler, Anne and Clifton, Charles},
  title		= {Comprehending spoken language: a blueprint of the
		  listener},
  booktitle	= {The Neurocognition of Language},
  publisher	= {Oxford University Press},
  year		= 2000,
  editor	= {Brown, Colin M. and Hagoort, Peter},
  address	= {Oxford, UK},
  pages		= {123--166},
  annote	= {perception}
}

@Article{Dellwo/etal:2015,
  author = 	 {Dellwo, Volker and Leemann, Adrian and Kolly, Marie-Jos{\'e}},
  title = 	 {Rhythmic variability between speakers: Articulatory,
                  prosodic, and linguistic factors},
  journal = 	 {Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year = 	 2015,
  volume = 	 137,
  number = 	 3,
  pages = 	 {1513--1528},
  annote = 	 {strong and consistent between-speaker variability,
                  low within-speaker variability across articulation
                  rates and prosodic structure},
  annote = 	 {rhythm, Swiss German}
}

@Article{	  Diehl/Kluender:1989,
  author	= {Diehl, Randy~L. and Kluender, Keith~R..},
  title		= {On the objects of speech perception},
  journal	= {Ecological Psychology},
  year		= 1989,
  volume	= 1,
  pages		= {121--144},
  annote	= {perception, auditory theory, auditory enhancement
		  hypothesis, voicing}
}

@InProceedings{	  Dogil:1987,
  author	= {Dogil, Grzegorz},
  title		= {Prototypical speech events and speech perception},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Phonetic
		  Sciences (Tallinn)},
  year		= 1987,
  volume	= 3,
  pages		= {360--366}
}

@InProceedings{	  Dogil:1999b,
  author	= {Dogil, Grzegorz},
  title		= {Acoustic landmarks and prosodic asymmetries},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the 14th International Congress of Phonetic
		  Sciences (San Francisco)},
  year		= 1999,
  volume	= 3,
  pages		= {2105--2108},
  annote	= {alignment, pivot, production}
}

@InProceedings{	  Dogil:2006,
  author	= {Dogil, Grzegorz},
  title		= {Hard-wired phonology: limits and latitude of phonological
		  variation in pathological speech},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of LabPhon-10 (Paris)},
  editor	= {??},
  year		= 2006,
  pages		= {??},
  annote	= {phonology, clinical, apraxia of speech, brain imaging}
}

@Book{		  Eckert/Laver:1994,
  author	= {Eckert, Hartwig and Laver, John},
  title		= {{Menschen und ihre Stimmen---Aspekte der vokalen
		  Kommunikation}},
  publisher	= {Beltz, Psychologie Verlags Union},
  year		= 1994,
  address	= {Weinheim, Germany},
  note		= {incl. CDROM},
  annote	= {textbook, phonetics, voice quality}
}

@Book{		  Fant:1960,
  author	= {Fant, Gunnar},
  title		= {Acoustic Theory of Speech Production},
  publisher	= {Mouton},
  year		= 1960,
  address	= {The Hague}
}

@Book{		  Fant:1973,
  author	= {Fant, Gunnar},
  title		= {Speech sounds and features},
  publisher	= {MIT Press},
  year		= 1973,
  address	= {Cambridge, MA},
  annote	= {acoustic distinctive features}
}

@InCollection{	  Farnetani/Recasens:1999,
  author	= {Farnetani, Edda and Recasens, Daniel},
  title		= {Coarticulation models in recent speech production
		  theories},
  booktitle	= {Coarticulation: Theory, Data and Techniques},
  pages		= {31--68},
  publisher	= {Cambridge University Press},
  year		= 1999,
  editor	= {Hardcastle, William~J. and Hewlett, Nigel},
  address	= {Cambridge, UK},
  annote	= {coarticulation, production [imsbib D4COA73]}
}

@InCollection{	  Farnetani/Recasens:2010,
  author	= {Farnetani, Edda and Recasens, Daniel},
  title		= {Coarticulation and connected speech processes},
  booktitle	= {The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences},
  editor	= {Hardcastle, William J. and Laver, John},
  publisher	= {Blackwell},
  edition	= {2nd},
  year		= 2010,
  series	= {Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics},
  address	= {Oxford},
  pages		= {316--352},
  annote	= {coarticulation}
}

@Article{	  Fowler:1986,
  author	= {Fowler, Carol~A.},
  title		= {An event approach to the study of speech perception from a
		  direct-realist perspective},
  journal	= {Journal of Phonetics},
  year		= 1986,
  volume	= 14,
  pages		= {3--28},
  annote	= {perception, direct-realist theory}
}

@Book{		  Fromkin/etal:2013,
  author	= {Fromkin, Victoria~A. and Rodman, Robert and Hyams, Nina},
  title		= {An introduction to language},
  publisher	= {Wadswerth},
  year		= 2013,
  edition	= {10th}
}

@Article{	  Gaskell/etal:1995,
  author	= {Gaskell, M.~Gareth and Hare, Mary and Marslen-Wilson,
		  William~D.},
  title		= {A connectionist model of phonological representation in
		  speech perception},
  journal	= {Cognitive Science},
  year		= 1995,
  volume	= 19,
  number	= 4,
  pages		= {407--439},
  annote	= {perception, cohort, articulatory verification, lexical
		  acces verification, analysis-by-synthesis, SFB, ISC}
}

@Book{		  Goldstein:1996,
  author	= {Goldstein, E. Bruce},
  title		= {Sensation and Perception},
  publisher	= {Brooks/Cole Publ.},
  year		= 1996,
  address	= {Pacific Grove, CA},
  annote	= {textbook, psycholinguistics, perception}
}

@Book{		  Goldstein:1997,
  author	= {Goldstein, E.~Bruce},
  title		= {Wahrnehmungspsychologie},
  publisher	= {Spektrum Akademischer Verlag},
  year		= 1997,
  address	= {Heidelberg},
  annote	= {textbook, psycholinguistics, perception}
}

@Article{	  Guenther/etal:1998,
  author	= {Guenther, Frank~H. and Hampson, Michelle and Johnson,
		  Dave},
  title		= {A theoretical investigation of reference frames for the
		  planning of speech movements},
  journal	= {Psychological Review},
  year		= 1998,
  volume	= 105,
  pages		= {611--633},
  annote	= {production}
}

@InProceedings{	  Guenther:1995a,
  author	= {Guenther, Frank~H.},
  title		= {A modeling framework for speech motor development and
		  kinematic articulator control},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the 13th International Congress of Phonetic
		  Sciences (Stockholm)},
  year		= 1995,
  volume	= 2,
  pages		= {92--99},
  annote	= {production}
}

@Article{	  Guenther:1995b,
  author	= {Guenther, Frank~H.},
  title		= {Speech sound acquisition, coarticulation, and rate effects
		  in a neural network model of speech production},
  journal	= {Psychological Review},
  year		= 1995,
  volume	= 102,
  pages		= {594--621},
  annote	= {production}
}

@InCollection{	  Guenther:2003a,
  author	= {Guenther, Frank},
  title		= {Neural control of speech movements},
  booktitle	= {Phonetics and Phonology in Language Comprehension and
		  Production},
  editor	= {Schiller, Niels~O. and Meyer, Antje~S.},
  publisher	= {Mouton de Gruyter},
  year		= 2003,
  address	= {Berlin},
  pages		= {209--239},
  annote	= {production, prosprod}
}

@Book{Guenther:2016,
  author = 	 {Guenther, Frank~H.},
  title = 	 {Neural Control of Speech},
  publisher = 	 {Wadsworth},
  year = 	 2016,
  annote = 	 {production}
}

@InProceedings{	  House:1996,
  author	= {House, David},
  title		= {Differential perception of tonal contours through the
		  syllable},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken
		  Language Processing (Philadelphia, PA)},
  year		= 1996,
  volume	= 1,
  pages		= {2048--2051},
  annote	= {intonation, alignment}
}

@Article{	  Iverson/Kuhl:1995,
  author	= {Iverson, Paul and Kuhl, Patricia~K.},
  title		= {Mapping the perceptual magnet effect for speech using
		  signal detection theory and multidimensional scaling},
  journal	= {Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year		= 1995,
  volume	= 97,
  pages		= {553--562},
  annote	= {perception, perceptual magnet effect}
}

@Article{	  Iverson/Kuhl:1996,
  author	= {Iverson, Paul and Kuhl, Patricia K.},
  title		= {Influences of phonetic identification and category
		  goodness on American listeners' perception of /r/ and /l/},
  journal	= {Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year		= 1996,
  volume	= 99,
  number	= 2,
  pages		= {1130--1140}
}

@Article{	  Iverson/Kuhl:2000,
  author	= {Iverson, Paul and Kuhl, Patricia K.},
  title		= {Perceptual magnet and phoneme boundary effects in speech
		  perception: Do they arise from a common mechanism?},
  journal	= {Perception and Psychophysics},
  year		= 2000,
  volume	= 62,
  number	= 4,
  pages		= {874--886},
  annote	= {perception, perceptual magnet effect}
}

@Book{		  Jakobson/etal:1963,
  author	= {Jakobson, Roman and Fant, Gunnar and Halle, Morris},
  title		= {Preliminaries to Speech Analysis---The Distinctive
		  Features and Their Correlates},
  publisher	= {MIT Press},
  edition	= {2nd},
  note		= {1st edition 1952},
  year		= 1963,
  address	= {Cambridge, MA},
  annote	= {textbook, phonetics, distinctive features}
}

@InProceedings{	  Jakobson:1939,
  author	= {Jakobson, Roman},
  title		= {Observations sur le classement phonologique des
		  consonnes},
  booktitle	= {Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress of Phonetic
		  Sciences (Ghent)},
  year		= 1939,
  editor	= {Phonetic Laboratory of the University},
  pages		= {34--41},
  annote	= {phonetics, distinctive features}
}

@Book{		  Johnson:2003,
  author	= {Johnson, Keith},
  title		= {Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics},
  publisher	= {Blackwell},
  year		= 2003,
  address	= {Oxford, UK; Cambridge, MA},
  edition	= {2nd},
  note		= {1st edition 1997},
  annote	= {textbook, phonetics}
}

@Book{		  Jones:1932,
  author	= {Jones, Daniel},
  title		= {An Outline of {E}nglish Phonetics},
  publisher	= {Cambridge University Press},
  year		= 1932,
  address	= {Cambridge, UK},
  edition	= 3,
  annote	= {phonetics, textbook}
}

@Article{	  Keating:1988,
  author	= {Keating, Patricia},
  title		= {Underspecification in phonetics},
  journal	= {Phonology},
  year		= 1988,
  volume	= 5,
  pages		= {275--292},
  annote	= {phonology, underspecification}
}

@InCollection{	  Keating:1990,
  author	= {Keating, Patricia},
  title		= {The window model of coarticulation: articulatory
		  evidence},
  booktitle	= {Papers in laboratory phonology {I}: {B}etween the grammar
		  and physics of speech},
  publisher	= {Cambridge } # {University Press},
  year		= 1990,
  editor	= {Kingston, John and Beckman, Mary E.},
  address	= {Cambridge, UK},
  pages		= {451--470},
  annote	= {phonology, production, window model, coarticulation}
}

@Article{	  Kelso/etal:1986,
  author	= {Kelso, J.~A.~S. and Saltzman, Elliot~L. and Tuller, B.},
  title		= {The dynamic perspective on speech production: data and
		  theory},
  journal	= {Journal of Phonetics},
  year		= 1986,
  volume	= 14,
  pages		= {29--59},
  annote	= {production, coarticulation, task dynamics}
}

@Book{		  Kozhevnikov/Chistovich:1965,
  author	= {Kozhevnikov, A. and Chistovich, L.},
  title		= {Speech, Articulation, and Perception},
  publisher	= {National Technical Research Service, 30 (US. Department of
		  Commerce)},
  year		= 1965,
  address	= {Washington, DC},
  annote	= {perception}
}

@Book{		  Kroger:1998,
  author	= {Bernd J. Kr{\"o}ger},
  title		= {{Ein phonetisches Modell der Sprachproduktion}},
  publisher	= {Niemeyer},
  year		= 1998,
  address	= {T{\"u}bingen},
  annote	= {ISBN 3-484-30387-5; synthesis, phonetics}
}

@InCollection{	  Kuhl/Iverson:1995,
  author	= {Kuhl, Patricia~K. and Iverson, Paul},
  title		= {{Linguistic experience and the ``Perceptual Magnet
		  Effect''}},
  booktitle	= {Speech Perception and Linguistic Experience: Theoretical
		  and Methodological Issues},
  publisher	= {York Press},
  year		= 1995,
  editor	= {Strange, Winifred},
  address	= {Timonium, MD},
  pages		= {121--154},
  annote	= {native language magnet}
}

@Article{	  Kuhl:1991,
  author	= {Kuhl, Patricia~K.},
  title		= {Human adults and human infants show a `perceptual magnet
		  effect' for the prototypes of speech categories, monkeys do
		  not},
  journal	= {Perception and Psychophysics},
  year		= 1991,
  volume	= 50,
  pages		= {93--107},
  annote	= {perception, perceptual magnet effect}
}

@Book{		  Ladefoged:1967,
  author	= {Ladefoged, Peter},
  title		= {Three areas of experimental phonetics},
  publisher	= {Oxford University Press},
  year		= 1967,
  number	= 15,
  series	= {Language and language learning},
  address	= {London}
}

@Book{		  Ladefoged:1993,
  author	= {Ladefoged, Peter},
  title		= {A Course in Phonetics},
  publisher	= {Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich},
  year		= 1993,
  address	= {Orlando, FL},
  edition	= {3rd},
  note		= {1st edition 1975; 2nd edition 1982}
}

@Book{		  Laver:2009,
  author	= {Laver, John},
  title		= {The Phonetic Description of Voice Quality},
  publisher	= {Cambridge University Press},
  year		= 2009,
  address	= {Cambridge},
  note		= {1st edition 1980}
}

@Book{		  Lehiste:1977,
  author	= {Lehiste, Ilse},
  title		= {Suprasegmentals},
  publisher	= {MIT Press},
  year		= 1977,
  address	= {Cambridge, MA},
  edition	= {2nd},
  note		= {1st edition 1970}
}

@Article{	  Liberman/Mattingly:1985,
  author	= {Liberman, Alvin~M. and Mattingly, Ignatius~G.},
  title		= {The motor theory of speech perception revised},
  journal	= {Cognition},
  year		= 1985,
  volume	= 21,
  pages		= {1--36},
  annote	= {perception, motor theory}
}

@Article{	  Liberman/etal:1967,
  author	= {Liberman, Alvin~M. and Cooper, Franklin~S. and
		  Shankweiler, D.~P. and Studdert-Kennedy, Michael},
  title		= {Perception of the speech code},
  journal	= {Psychological Review},
  year		= 1967,
  volume	= 74,
  pages		= {431--461},
  annote	= {motor theory, perception}
}

@Article{	  Lindblom:1963,
  author	= {Lindblom, Bj{\"o}rn},
  title		= {A spectrographic study of vowel reduction},
  journal	= {Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year		= 1963,
  volume	= 35,
  pages		= {1773--1781},
  annote	= {vowel reduction, target undershoot, coarticulation,
		  production, locus equations}
}

@InCollection{	  Lindblom:1990a,
  author	= {Lindblom, Bj{\"o}rn},
  title		= {Explaining phonetic variation: A sketch of the {H \& H}
		  theory},
  booktitle	= {Speech Production and Speech Modelling},
  editor	= {Hardcastle, William J. and Marchal, Alain},
  publisher	= {Kluwer},
  year		= 1990,
  address	= {Dordrecht},
  pages		= {403--439},
  annote	= {production, coarticulation, hyper\&hypo theory}
}

@Article{	  McGurk/MacDonald:1976,
  author	= {McGurk, Harry and MacDonald, John},
  title		= {Hearing lips and seeing voices},
  journal	= {Nature},
  year		= 1976,
  volume	= 264,
  number	= 5588,
  pages		= {746--748},
  annote	= {perception, McGurk effect}
}

@Book{		  Menzerath/Lacerda:1933,
  author	= {Menzerath, Paul and de Lacerda, A.},
  title		= {Koartikulation, {S}teuerung und {L}autabgrenzung},
  year		= 1933,
  publisher	= {D{\"u}mmler},
  address	= {Berlin; Bonn},
  annote	= {coarticulation}
}

@Book{		  Mobius:1993a,
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@Article{	  Ohman:1966,
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@Book{		  Paul:1898,
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@Article{	  Perkell/etal:2000,
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@Article{	  Peterson/Barney:1952,
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@Book{		  PompinoMarschall:1995,
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@Book{		  Reetz:1999,
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  title		= {{Artikulatorische und akustische Phonetik}},
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  annote	= {phonetics, textbook}
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  author	= {Repp, Bruno},
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  annote	= {coarticulation}
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@Book{		  Rousselot:1897,
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@Article{	  Saltzman/Munhall:1989,
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@InProceedings{	  Schneider/Mobius:2005,
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@InCollection{	  Schneider/etal:2006a,
  author	= {Schneider, Katrin and Lintfert, Britta and Dogil, Grzegorz
		  and M{\"o}bius, Bernd},
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		  Roland and Pappert, Sandra and Augurzky, Petra and Mleinek,
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  year		= 2006,
  optnumber	= 3,
  optseries	= {Language, Context, and Cognition},
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@InProceedings{	  Schneider/etal:2009,
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  booktitle	= {Proceedings of Interspeech 2009 (Brighton)},
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@Article{	  Stevens:1989,
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  annote	= {quantal theory, acoustic phonetics, articulation,
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@InCollection{	  Stevens:1999b,
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@InCollection{	  Stevens:2005,
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  annote	= {production, lexical access, distinctive features, exemplar
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@Book{		  Trubetzkoy:1962,
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  annote	= {alignment, intonation}
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@Book{		  Wiese:2000,
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