Above and beyond the segments : experimental linguistics and phonetics / edited by Johanneke Caspers... [et al.].
Contributor(s): Caspers, JohannaCall number: 414 A157 Material type: BookPublisher: Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Philadelphia, Pa. : John Benjamins Publishing, c2014. Description: xii, 363 p. : maps.ISBN: 9789027212160 (hbk.).Subject(s): Linguistics, Experimental | Phonetics, Experimental
Tone and stress in North-West Indo-Aryan: a survey -- Whose voice is that? Challenges in forensic phonetics -- Pitch accent placement in Dutch as a second language: an exploratory investigation -- The problems of adverbs in Zulu -- Meaningful grammar is binary, local, anti-symmetric, recursive and incomplete -- How prosody is both mandatory and optional -- No stress typology -- The effect of pause insertion on the intelligibility of Danish among Swedes -- Intonation, bias and Greek NPIs: a perception experiment -- Information status and L2 prosody: a study of reference maintenance in Chinese learners of Dutch -- Does boundary tone production in whispered speech depend on its bearer? Exploring a case of tonal crowding in whisper -- The primacy of the weak in Carib prosody -- The effects of age and level of education on the ability of adult native speakers of Dutch to segment speech into words -- Doing grammatical semantics as if it were phonetics -- Phonetic aspects of polar questions in Sienese: an experimental approach -- Etymological sub-lexicons constrain the graphematic solution space -- Do speakers try to distract attention from their speech errors? The prosody of self-repairs -- Field notes from a phonetician on Tundra Yukaghir orthography -- Cross-regional differences in the perception of fricative devoicing -- Evidence for three-level vowel length in Ageer Dinka -- Phonetic accounts of timed responses in syllable monitoring experiments -- The independent effects of prosodic structure and information status on tonal coarticulation: evidence from Wenzhou Chinese -- The acoustics of English vowels in the speech of Dutch learners before and after pronunciation training -- The use of Chinese dialects: increasing or decreasing? Survey on the use of Chongqing dialect -- Durational effects of phrasal stress -- The laryngeal class in RcvP and voice phenomena in Dutch -- Affricates in English as a natural class.