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Peter Ladefoged and Keith Johnson. The major changes that I introduced in this new edition were to reframe the discussion of phonetic theory and the relationship between phonetics and phonology, and to update and clarify the presentation of the acoustic theory of speech production.
I also added new exercises in some chapters, and added new data on speech production in a few places. There is an extensive web page to accompany the book - which contains all of the materials that used to be provided on a CD with the book, and more.
Keith Johnson This book started as a set of handouts for an acoustic phonetics course at the Linguistics Institute. The book presents the acoustic theory of speech production and example spectrograms and auditory analyses for all of the major classes of speech sounds. I enjoyed writing it and am gratified by the good reception that it is enjoying.
Thanks also to all of you who gave me feedback on how to improve the book in the 2nd edition. Keith Johnson My aim with this book was to demonstrate the use of quantitative methods in several areas of linguistic research with good core theoretical background and then a few simple examples and implementational detail so that researchers could learn something valuable about the quantitative approach even if this has not been their usual strategy as linguists.
The book assumes no prior background in statistics and provides guidance from the ground up - from installing a statistical analysis package to producing publication quality analyses and graphics.
Edited by Elizabeth V. Hume Keith Johnson. If so, what aspects of phonology may be driven by perception, and how should perceptually driven processes be captured in linguistic theory? This book is a collection of authoritative articles on the role of speech perception in phonology by leading phonologists, phoneticians, and cognitive psychologists. This book is about how hearing abilities shape language sound systems.
Patterns of perceptual salience influence language sound patterns. This seemingly simple perspective poses a challenge for traditional theories of language sound systems that have been based largely on facts about speech pronunciation abilities, to the exclusion of hearing. If you see a used one for sale definitely snap it up. This is a volume of papers that I edited with John Mullennix. The point of the book is that when you consider the range of variation in spoken language exhibited by different talkers, then your theory of speech perception or your strategy in automatic speech recognition has to take a different form than it would otherwise.
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