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Acquisition and the lexicon

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Broe, Michael B. Pierrehumbert, Janet Breckenridge.
Title Statement
Acquisition and the lexicon / edited by Michael B. Broe and Janet B. Pierrehumbert.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge :   Cambridge University Press,   2000.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 400 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Papers in laboratory phonology ; 5.
ISBN
0521643635
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [349]-387) and indexes.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Language acquisition. Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology. Lexicology. Phonetics. Psycholinguistics.
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440 0 ▼a Papers in laboratory phonology ; ▼v 5.
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650 0 ▼a Psycholinguistics.
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Table of Contents

Part I. General Papers: 1. Coarticulation and physical models of the vocal tract Kevin Munhall, E. Vatikiotis-Bateson, and M. Kawato; 2. Production of Schwa by Japanese speakers of English: an acoustic study of shifts in coarticulatory strategies from L1 to L2 Yuko Kondo; 3. Manner and place conflicts in the articulation of accent in Australian English Jonathan Harrington, Janet Fletcher and Mary Beckman; 4. Phrasal influences on articulatory detail Dani Byrd, Shrikanth Narayanan, Abigail Kaun, and Elliot Saltzman; 5. 'Clocks' and 'glue': global timing and intergestural cohesion Elliot Saltzman, Anders Lofqvist, and Subhorbrath Mitra; 6. Commentary: where is coarticulation? John Coleman; 7. Morphemic invariance and the phonology-phonetics boundary Donca Steriade; 8. Investigating universals of sound change: the effect of vowel height and duration on the development of distinctive nasalization John Hajek and Shinji Maeda; 9. Effects of language experience on perceptual organization of vowel sounds Andrew Lotto, Keith Kluender, and Lori Holt; 10. Commentary: from second thoughts to first principles Bjorn Lindblom; 11. What is a starred tone? Evidence from Greek Amalia Arvaniti, D. Robert Ladd, and Ineke Mennen; 12. The boundary tones are coming: on the nonperipheral realization of boundary tones Carlos Gussenhoven; 13. Lexical versus 'phonological' representations of Mandarin Sandhi tones Shu-hui Peng; 14. Commentary: integrating the phonetics and phonology of tone alignment Jennifer Cole; Part II. Special Topics: 15. Developmental changes in speech perception and early word learning: is there a link? Janet Werker and Christine Stager; 16. Covert contrast as a stage in the acquisition of phonetics and phonology James Scobie, Fiona Gibbon and William Hardcastle; 17. Lexical frequency effects on young children's imitative productions Mary Beckman and Jan Edwards; 18. Developmental changes in infants' sensitivity to internal syllable structure Mara Goodman; Peter Jusczyk, and Angela Bauman; 19. Commentary Jan Edwards; 20. Lexicalization of sound change and alternating environments Joan Bybee; 21. Adults' sensitivity to phonotactic probabilities in English words Rebecca Treiman, Brett Kessler, Stephanie Knewasser, and Ruth Tincoff; 22. Temporally organized lexical representations as phonological units Stefan Frisch; 23. The influence of underspecification and Phoneme frequency in speech perception Rochelle Newman, James Sawusch, and Paul Luce; 24. Commentary: counting, connectionism, and lexical representation Gary Dell.


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