Advances in Clinical Phonetics

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| University of Ulster at Jordanstown
| University of Ulster at Jordanstown
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Advances in Clinical Phonetics focuses on important developments in phonetic description. Recent years have seen increasing developments in phonetic description, in both instrumental and impressionistic approaches. Not restricted to the phonetics of normal speech, clinical phoneticians and speech scientists working with disordered speech, have been at the forefront of recent work. Some instrumental developments (such as electropalatography), and some transcription developments (such as extIPA symbols), have been spearheaded by clinical phoneticians. The present collection describes and explores these developments. Part one consists of major accounts of advances in clinical phonetics contributed by major international researchers: Raymond D. Kent; William Hardcastle; Martin J. Ball and John Local; and Wolfram Ziegler and Erich Hartmann. The second part comprises six chapters where such advances are illustrated in the context of specific case studies, by authors from America and Europe: Fiona Gibbon, William Hardcastle, Hilary Dent and Fiona Nixon; Marie-Thèrése Le Normand and Claude Chevrie-Muller; Kate Moore and Anna-Maja Korpijaakko-Huuhka; Martin J. Ball and Joan Rahilly; P. Dejonckere and G. Wieneke; Nigel Hewlett, Nicola Topham and Catherine McMullen; and Shaween Awan.
Demonstrating the wideranging and lively nature of the field of clinical phonetics the current contributions offer building blocks for further developments in phonetic description — both improvements in instrumentation and refinements in impressionistic transcription, leading to an increase in our understanding of the speech production process, both in normal and atypical speakers.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
vii
Contributors
xiii
Part 1 - Methodology
1. Developments in the theoretical understanding of speech and its disorders
Raymond D. Kent
1
2. Current developments in instrumentation for studying supraglottal structures
William J. Hardcastle
27
3. Current developments in transcription
Martin J. Ball and John Local
51
4. Perceptual and Acoustic methods in the evaluation of dysarthric speech
Wolfram Ziegler and Erich Hartmann
91
Part 2 - Case Studies
5. Types of deviant sibilant production in a group of school-aged children, and their response to treatment using EPG
Fiona Gibbon, William J. Hardcastle, Hilary Dent and Fiona Nixon
115
6. An unusual pattern of speech production in a child with acquired epileptic aphasia
Marie-Therese Le Normand and Claude Chevrie-Muller
151
7. The clinical assessment of Finnish fluency
Kate Moore and Anna-Maja Korpijaakko-Huuhka
171
8. Acoustic analysis as an aid to the transcription of an example of disfluent speech
Martin J. Ball and Joan Rahilly
197
9. Cepstra of normal and pathological voices in correlation to acoustical, aerodynamic and perceptual data
P.H. Dejonckere and G. Wieneke
217
10. Effects of age and smoking on the female voice
Nigel Hewlett, Nicola Topham and Catherine McMullen
227
11. Isovowel lines for the evaluation of foreign accent difficulties
Shaheen Awan
237
Index
249
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  96028906