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Articulatory Phonetics free pdf Articulatory Phonetics presents a concise and non-technical introduction to the physiological processes involved in producing sounds in human speech. * Traces the path of the speech production system through to the point where simple vocal sounds are produced, covering the nervous system, and muscles, respiration, and phonation* Introduces more complex anatomical concepts of articulatory phonetics and particular sounds of human speech, including brain anatomy and coarticulation* Explores the most current methodologies, measurement tools, and theories in the field* Features chapter-by-chapter exercises and a series of original illustrations which take the mystery out of the anatomy, physiology, and measurement techniques relevant to speech research* Includes a companion website at www.wiley.com/go/articulatoryphonetics with additional exercises for each chapter and new, easy-to-understand images of the vocal tract and of measurement tools/data for articulatory phonetics teaching and research* Password protected instructor's material includes an answer key for the additional exercises

About Bryan Gick

Bryan Gick is Professor and Director of the Interdisciplinary Speech Research Laboratory at the University of British Columbia, and is a Senior Researcher at Haskins Laboratories. Dr. Gick's work has been featured on NOVA, NPR Morning Edition, and BBC Radio's "Naked Scientist". He is the editor of The Oneida Creation Story as told by Demus Elm and Harvey Antone (with F. Lounsbury, 2000). Ian Wilson is Professor and Director of the CLR Phonetics Lab at the University of Aizu. Dr. Wilson was a regular in a 3-month English pronunciation television program aired on the "NHK World" channel. Donald Derrick is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour in Christchurch, and the MARCS Institute in Sydney.

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Author : Bryan Gick
Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell
Data Published : 07 November 2012
ISBN : 1118438086
EAN : 9781118438084
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 272 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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