The Phonetics–Phonology Interface

Representations and methodologies

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| Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona
| Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona
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This volume is a collection of advanced laboratory phonology research papers concerned with the interaction between the physical and the mental aspects of speech and language. The traditional linguistic theoretic distinction between phonetics and phonology is put to the test here in a series of articles that deal with some of the fundamental issues in the field, from first and second language acquisition to segmental and supra-segmental phenomena in a range of different languages. Unique features of this volume are the development of innovative experimental methodologies, advanced techniques of data analysis, latest-generation equipment for the observation of speech, and their combined critical application to the study of the phonetics-phonology interface. The volume is therefore not only of great interest but of outstanding value and importance to anyone who wishes to be completely apprised of the latest advances in this crucial area of phonological research.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 335]  2015.  xxi, 288 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword & acknowledgments
vii–viii
Editors’ introduction
ix–xxii
Part I First and second language acquisition
Devil or angel in the details?: Perceiving phonetic variation as information about phonological structure
Catherine T. Best
3–32
Effects of Spanish use on the production of Catalan vowels by early Spanish-Catalan bilinguals
Joan Carles Mora, James L. Keidel and James Emil Flege
33–54
Cues to dialectal discrimination in early infancy: A look at prosodic, rhythmic and segmental properties in utterances from two Catalan dialects
Marta Ortega-Llebaria and Laura Bosch
55–70
Phonology versus phonetics in loanword adaptations: A reassessment of English vowels in French
Sharon Peperkamp
71–90
Part II Prosody
A preliminary study of penultimate accentuation in French
Mathieu Avanzi, Sandra Schwab and Isabelle Racine
93–108
Sentence modality and tempo in Neapolitan Italian
Francesco Cangemi and Mariapaola D’Imperio
109–124
Glottalization at phrase boundaries in Tuscan and Roman Italian
Jessica Di Napoli
125–148
Part III Segments
Acoustic analysis of syllable-final /k/ in Northern Peninsular Spanish
Nagore Barbero and Carolina González
151–170
The phonetic basis of a phonological pattern: Depressor effects of prenasalized consonants
Emily Cibelli
171–192
The production of rhotics in onset clusters by Spanish monolinguals and Spanish-Basque bilinguals
Christine Weissglass
193–208
Part IV Methodology
Secondary correlates of question signaling in Manchego Spanish
Nicholas Henriksen
211–238
Modeling prosody and rhythmic distributions in Spanish speech groups
Emily Nava and Louis Goldstein
239–258
Categories and gradience in intonation: A functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging study
Brechtje Post, Emmanuel A. Stamatakis, Iwo Bohr, Francis Nolan and Chris Cummins
259–284
Subject Index
285–288
“This exciting volume brings together the latest research on the interface between phonetics and phonology seen in language acquisition as well as in the interaction between segmental and suprasegmental phenomena - across a range of language varieties in the Romance-speaking world and beyond. Its broadranging approach, drawing on the latest methods, will be of great benefit and interest to researchers everywhere.

“The editors have succeeded in collecting papers that address the many-faceted relation between phonological representations and phonetic behavior in interesting ways and that represent a spectrum of different degrees of integration between them, on the basis of studies of infant as well as adult speakers. Several methodological papers are likely to be frequently cited.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFH – Phonetics, phonology
BISAC Subject: LAN011000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Phonetics & Phonology
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2015027248