Phonetics for Speech Pathology (inbunden)
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Phonetics for Speech Pathology (inbunden)

Phonetics for Speech Pathology

Third Edition

Inbunden Engelska, 2020-10-02
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The new, third, edition of this indispensable guide for speech pathology and therapy students is completely updated, applying the results of the most recent research into speech disorders. Phonetics for Speech Pathology introduces normative aspects of phonetics and describes how these may go wrong in atypical speech, and the consequences when they do. The book deals with the three main areas of phonetics: articulatory, acoustic, and auditory, this last being often neglected in phonetics textbooks. The chapters are copiously illustrated, with most diagrams and figures newly drawn for this edition. Correct use of phonetic symbolizations and the importance of adequate transcription in the clinic are stressed, as is the use of instrumental analyses to augment impressionistic descriptions of speech. A range of modern instrumental techniques in speech analysis is covered, as are developments in hearing research including auditory processing disorder. The book concludes with an introduction to current models of speech production and perception.
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Martin J. Ball is Honorary Professor in the School of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at Bangor University, Wales. Joan Rahilly is Senior Lecturer in Linguistics and Phonetics at Queen's University, Belfast. Orla Lowry is Lecturer in Language and Linguistics in School of Communication and Media at Ulster University. Nicola Bessell is Lecturer in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at University College Cork. Alice Lee is Lecturer in Speech and Hearing Sciences at University College Cork.


Preface Introduction Part 1 Articulatory Phonetics Chapter 1 The Vocal Organs Chapter 2 Initiation Chapter 3 Phonation Chapter 4 Manner of Articulation Chapter 5 Place of Articulation Chapter 6 Orality and Nasality Chapter 7 Plosives Chapter 8 Vowels Chapter 9 Primary, secondary, and double articulations Chapter 10 Phonetic Transcription Chapter 11 Parametric Phonetics Chapter 12 Suprasegmentals: Length, stress and pitch Chapter 13 Suprasegmentals: Voice Quality Chapter 14 Speech Imaging Part 2 Acoustic Phonetics Chapter 15 Frequency and Pitch Chapter 16 Intensity and Loudness Chapter 17 Resonance Chapter 18 Recording Speech Chapter 19 Acoustic Analysis: Spectrography Chapter 20 Acoustic Characteristics of Vowels Chapter 21 Acoustic Characteristics of Sonorants Chapter 22 Acoustic Characteristics of Obstruents Chapter 23 Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Stress Chapter 24 Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Pitch Chapter 25 Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Connected speech Chapter 26 Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Voice Quality Chapter 27 Acoustic Characteristics of Child Speech Disorders Chapter 28 Acoustic Characteristics of Acquired Speech Disorders Part 3 Auditory Phonetics Chapter 29 Hearing: The Ear Chapter 30 Hearing: Perception Chapter 31 Hearing: Comprehension Chapter 32 Perceptual Units of Speech Chapter 33 Hearing Impairment Chapter 34 Phonetics of Hearing Impaired Speech Chapter 35 Audiological Measurement Chapter 36 Auditory Processing Disorder Chapter 37 Feedback in Speech Chapter 38 Psychoacoustic Experiments Chapter 39 Delayed Auditory Feedback Chapter 40 Dichotic Listening Chapter 41 Time-Variated Speech Chapter 42 Models of Speech Production and Perception Appendices: Phonetic Symbols and Notes on Transcription Appendix I The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) Appendix II The Extensions to the IPA for Disordered Speech (extIPA) Appendix III VoQS symbols for Voice Quality