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The handbook of speech perception / 2nd ed

The handbook of speech perception / 2nd ed (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Pardo, Jennifer S., editor.
서명 / 저자사항
The handbook of speech perception / edited by Jennifer S. Pardo ... [et al.].
판사항
2nd ed.
발행사항
Hoboken, NJ :   Wiley-Blackwell,   2021.  
형태사항
xxiii, 755 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
총서사항
Blackwell handbooks in linguistics
ISBN
9781119184089 (cloth) 9781119184072 (adobe pdf) 9781119184102 (epub)
요약
"The Second Edition of the Handbook of Speech Perception presents a collection of essays on the research and theory that have guided our understanding of human speech perception. From their origins in psychoacoustic assessment of phonetics for telecommunication systems, the concerns of research have broadened with the growth of cognitive science and neuroscience. Now truly interdisciplinary in span, studies of speech perception include basic research on the perception of linguistic form while encompassing investigations of multisensory speech perception, speech perception with sensory prostheses, speech perception across the life span, speech perception in neuropathological disorders, as well as the study of the interchange of linguistic, paralinguistic, and indexical attributes of speech. Empirical practice has often turned to speech as a way to assess the potential of a new idea, making speech perception an intellectual crossroad for the subfields that compose contemporary behavioral neuroscience. This intellectual and scientific convergence is also reflected in the topics, large and small, that are represented here. The Second Edition, specifically, showcases new concerns, presents new understanding of lines of classic investigation, and offers a critical assay of technical and theoretical developments across the field of research"--
내용주기
Sensing speech. Perceptual organization of speech / Robert E. Remez -- Primacy of multimodal speech perception for the brain and science / Lawrence D. Rosenblum and Josh Dorsi -- How does the brain represent speech? / Oiwi Parker Jones and Jan W. H. Schnupp -- Perceptual control of speech / K. G. Munhall, Anja-Xiaoxing Cui, Ellen O'Donoghue, Steven Lamontagne and David Lutes -- Perception of linguistic properties. Features in speech perception and lexical access / Sheila E. Blumstein -- Speaker normalization in speech perception / Keith Johnson and Matthias J. Sjerps -- Clear speech perception : linguistic and cognitive benefits / Rajka Smiljanic -- A comprehensive approach to specificity effects in spoken-word recognition / Conor T. McLennan and Sara Incera -- Word stress in speech perception / Anne Cutler and Alexandra Jesse -- Slips of the ear / Z. S. Bond -- Phonotactics in spoken-word recognition / Michael S. Vitevitch and Faisal M. Aljasser -- Perception of formulaic speech : structural and prosodic characteristics of formulaic expressions / Diana Van Lancker Sidtis and Seung yun Yang -- Perception of indexical properties. Perception of dialect variation / Cynthia G. Clopper -- Who we are : signaling personal identity in speech / Diana Van Lancker Sidtis and Romi Zäske -- Perceptual integration of linguistic and non-linguistic properties of speech / Lynne C. Nygaard and Christina Y. Tzeng -- Perceptual learning of accented speech / Tessa Bent and Melissa Baese-Berk -- Perception of indexical properties of speech by children / Susannah V. Levi -- Speech perception by special listeners. Speech perception by children : the structural refinement and differentiation model / Susan Nittrouer -- Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and auditory-visual integration : three phenomena in search of empirical support / Mitchell S. Sommers -- Some neuromyths and challenging questions about cochlear implants / Cynthia R. Hunter and David B. Pisoni -- Speech perception following focal brain injury / Emily B. Myers -- Theoretical perspectives. Acoustic cues to the perception of segmental phonemes / Lawrence J. Raphael -- On the relation between speech perception and speech production / Jennifer S. Pardo and Robert E. Remez -- Speech perception and reading ability : what has been learned from studies of categorical perception, nonword repetition, and speech in noise? / Susan Brady and Axelle Calcus -- Cognitive audiology : an emerging landscape in speech perception / David B. Pisoni.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Speech perception.
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목차

List of Contributors vii


Foreword to the Second Edition ix


Foreword to the First Edition xi


Preface xiv


Part I Sensing Speech 1


1 Perceptual Organization of Speech 3
Robert E. Remez


2 Primacy of Multimodal Speech Perception for the Brain and Science 28
Lawrence D. Rosenblum and Josh Dorsi


3 How Does the Brain Represent Speech? 58
Oiwi Parker Jones and Jan W. H. Schnupp


4 Perceptual Control of Speech 97
K. G. Munhall, Anja?Xiaoxing Cui, Ellen O''Donoghue, Steven Lamontagne and David Lutes


Part II Perception of Linguistic Properties 123


5 Features in Speech Perception and Lexical Access 125
Sheila E. Blumstein


6 Speaker Normalization in Speech Perception 145
Keith Johnson and Matthias J. Sjerps


7 Clear Speech Perception: Linguistic and Cognitive Benefits 177
Rajka Smiljanic


8 A Comprehensive Approach to Specificity Effects in Spoken?Word Recognition 206
Conor T. McLennan and Sara Incera


9 Word Stress in Speech Perception 239
Anne Cutler and Alexandra Jesse


10 Slips of the Ear 266
Z. S. Bond


11 Phonotactics in Spoken?Word Recognition 286
Michael S. Vitevitch and Faisal M. Aljasser


12 Perception of Formulaic Speech: Structural and Prosodic Characteristics of Formulaic Expressions 309
Diana Van Lancker Sidtis and Seung yun Yang


Part III Perception of Indexical Properties 333


13 Perception of Dialect Variation 335
Cynthia G. Clopper


14 Who We Are: Signaling Personal Identity in Speech 365
Diana Van Lancker Sidtis and Romi Zaske


15 Perceptual Integration of Linguistic and Non?Linguistic Properties of Speech 398
Lynne C. Nygaard and Christina Y. Tzeng


16 Perceptual Learning of Accented Speech 428
Tessa Bent and Melissa Baese?Berk


17 Perception of Indexical Properties of Speech by Children 465
Susannah V. Levi


Part IV Speech Perception by Special Listeners 485


18 Speech Perception by Children: The Structural Refinement and Differentiation Model 487
Susan Nittrouer


19 Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, and Auditory?Visual Integration: Three Phenomena in Search of Empirical Support 517
Mitchell S. Sommers


20 Some Neuromyths and Challenging Questions about Cochlear Implants 540
Cynthia R. Hunter and David B. Pisoni


21 Speech Perception Following Focal Brain Injury 570
Emily B. Myers


Part V Theoretical Perspectives 603


22 Acoustic Cues to the Perception of Segmental Phonemes 605
Lawrence J. Raphael


23 On the Relation between Speech Perception and Speech Production 632
Jennifer S. Pardo and Robert E. Remez


24 Speech Perception and Reading Ability: What Has Been Learned from Studies of Categorical Perception, Nonword Repetition, and Speech in Noise? 656
Susan Brady and Axelle Calcus


25 Cognitive Audiology: An Emerging Landscape in Speech Perception 697
David B. Pisoni


Index 733

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