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Speech production and perception

by Mark Tatham

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Speech,
  • Phonetics,
  • Speech perception

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMark Tatham and Katherine Morton.
    ContributionsMorton, Katherine.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP95 .T32 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3422884M
    ISBN 101403917329, 1403917337
    LC Control Number2005044661

      Originally published in , this title looks at the mental processes involved in producing and understanding spoken language. Although there had been several edited volumes on speech in the previous ten years, this volume was unique in that it deals exclusively with perception and production of fluent speech. The chapters in this volume, contributed to by Cited by: Order Dynamics of Speech Production and Perception ISBN @ € Qty: Order Ebook That speech is a dynamic process strikes as a tautology: whether from the standpoint of the talker, the listener, or the engineer, speech is an action, a sound, or a signal continuously changing in time.

    The book draws together researchers ' work spanning initial observations of ' sounds', their classification, experimental evidence supporting sound system descriptions, and suggestions for dynamic models in both production and perception of speech. One part of human language behavior, which is to a considerable extent autonomous, is the pronunciation; the speech sounds themselves as articulated and perceived by human beings in their use of language. The phonological production research, concerned with the structure of whole phonological systems.

    Speech, Language, and Communication provides an overview of research, theory, and methodology in human language, from the spoken signal and its perception, to acts of communication. Each chapter provides a mini-review of research findings. Coverage includes speech production and recognition, visual word recognition, sentence production and . Speech production and perception: learning and memory. [Susanne Fuchs; Joanne Cleland; Amélie Rochet-Capellan;] -- "Learning and memory processes are basic features of human existence. They allow us to (un)consciously adapt to changes in our social and physical environment in a variety of ways and may have been a.


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'This book gives a complete review of speech production and perception as has been investigated through the 20th century The authors give an excellent introduction to speech production and speech perception for students as well as for researchers who want to become familiar with these topics'.

- Bernd J. Kroger - Acta AcusticaCited by: In explaining speech production-for-perception and the relationship between phonology and phonetics, this book shows the possible applications (such as language teaching, clinical practice, and speech technology) and how these are relevant to other disciplines, including sociolinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, psychology and speech by: 5.

This book aims to develop a framework for a fully explanatory theory of speech production and speech perception. It emphasises the difference between static models (primarily descriptive) and dynamic models that attempt to show how the basic linguistics and phonetics are related in an actual human speaker/listener.

Summary: This book aims to develop a framework for a fully explanatory theory of speech production and speech perception. It emphasises the difference between static models (primarily descriptive) and dynamic models that attempt to show how the basic linguistics and phonetics are related in an actual human speaker/listener.

This workshop is the second in the ‘Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan’ (SPPL) series, following the initial workshop that took place. Lifespan at Speech production and perception book in April (SPPL) studies can further our understanding of the.

Introduction This book aims to develop a framework for a fully explanatory theory of speech production and speech perception. It emphasises the difference between static models (primarily descriptive) and dynamic models that attempt to show how the basic linguistics and phonetics are related in an actual human speaker/listener.

The aim of this book series is to investigate the various mechanisms underlying speech production and perception. Each issue of this series will be devoted to a specific topic. This topic will be. In explaining speech production-for-perception and the relationship between phonology and phonetics, this book shows the possible applications (such as language teaching, clinical practice, and speech technology) and how these are relevant to other disciplines, including sociolinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, psychology and speech acoustics.

Edited By Susanne Fuchs and Pascal Perrier. Speech production is a complex sensorimotor task that requires the coordination of numerous physically complex and very different biological systems. Furthermore, it is a sophisticated cognitive task that transmits information between speakers and listeners.

While psychologists and phoneticians in speech perception were generating and manipulating synthesized speech in an effort to discover the acoustic ‘speech cues,’ therefore, researchers in speech production refined signal processing techniques enabling them to analyze the content of naturally produced speech acoustics.

This book aims to develop a framework for a fully explanatory theory of speech production and speech perception. It emphasises the difference between static models (primarily descriptive) and dynamic models that attempt to show how the basic linguistics and phonetics are related in an actual human speaker/listener.

Speech Production and Perception Edited By Susanne Fuchs, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone and Pascal Perrier Inter-individual variation in speech is a topic of increasing interest both in human sciences and speech technology. Dynamics of Speech Production and Perception.

That speech is a dynamic process strikes as a tautology: whether from the standpoint of the talker, the listener, or the engineer, speech is an action, a sound, or a signal continuously changing in time. Language Production and Perception We start with a simple -- perhaps simplistic -- picture of speech communication.

Someone has an idea (s)he wishes to communicate; (s)he puts it into words and utters them; someone else hears the sound, recognizes the words, and grasps the speaker's intent. It is often readily accepted that perception precedes production in second language acquisition.

According to Flege’s () Speech Learning Model and Broselow and Park’s () Split. Although the focus of much research into speech development has been to establish when ‘adult-like’ performance is reached (with young adult speakers taken as a ‘norm’), it is increasingly clear that speech perception and production abilities are undergoing constant change across the lifespan as a result of physical changes, exposure to language variation, and cognitive.

This chapter introduces the basic concepts and techniques of speech analysis from the perspectives of the underlying mechanisms of human speech production and perception. Spoken Chinese language has special characteristics in its signal properties that can be well understood in terms of both the production and perception mechanisms.

In this chapter, we Cited by: 7. All the topics that are essential for a basic understanding of the field are covered - the physiological, biological, and neurological bases of speech; the physics of sound; the source-filter theory of speech production; and the principles underlying electrical and computer models of speech : Philip Lieberman, Sheila E.

Blumstein. Dynamics of Speech Production and Perception, Volume NATO Science Series: Life and Behavioural Sciences (Nato Science) P.L. D S. Greenberg and G. Meyer That speech is a dynamic process strikes as a tautology: whether from the standpoint of the talker, the listener, or the engineer, speech is an action, a sound, or a signal continuously.

There has been significant progress in speech perception and production research in recent years. Based on contributions by leading experts from all parts of the world, this volume presents and discusses some of the key topics of the research frontier.5/5(1).

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Donald A. Norman Part 4: Production of Fluent Speech The main objective of research in speech processing is directed toward finding techniques for extracting features, which robustly model a speech signal. Some of these features can be characterized by relatively simple models, while others may require more realistic models in both cases of speech production and by: 1.