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Production, perception and emergent phonotactic patterns : a case of contrastive palatalization, Alexei Kochetov

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Production, perception and emergent phonotactic patterns : a case of contrastive palatalization
Title
Production, perception and emergent phonotactic patterns
Title remainder
a case of contrastive palatalization
Statement of responsibility
Alexei Kochetov
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
Member of
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1967-
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Kochetov, Alexei
Dewey number
414
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Outstanding dissertations in linguistics
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Palatalization
  • Grammar, Comparative and general
  • Speech perception
  • Russian language
Label
Production, perception and emergent phonotactic patterns : a case of contrastive palatalization, Alexei Kochetov
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Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-249) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Original Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. FOUNDATIONS; 1.1 MARKEDNESS SCALES AND NEUTRALIZATION; 1.2 A MODEL OF NEUTRALIZATION; 1.2.1 Background; 1.2.2 Producing and perceiving a contrast; 1.2.3 Learning a contrast; 1.3 HYPOTHESIS AND EXPERIMENTS; 2. PHONOTACTIC PATTERNS OF PALATALIZATION; 2.1 ASYMMETRIES IN INVENTORIES AND DISTRIBUTION; 2.1.1 The survey; 2.1.2 Phonological contrast and phonetic realization; 2.1.3 Distribution: Single consonants; 2.1.4 Distribution: Consonants in clusters; 2.1.5 Distribution: Summary
  • 2.1.6 Conclusion2.2 ASYMMETRIES IN FREQUENCY AND MORPHOLOGICAL CONDITIONING; 2.2.1 The Russian plain/palatalized contrast and its realization; 2.2.2 Distribution: Single consonants; 2.2.3 Distribution: Consonants in clusters; 2.2.4 Conclusion; 2.3 GENERALIZATIONS AND PREDICTIONS; 3. ASYMMETRIES IN PRODUCTION; 3.1 BACKGROUND: ARTICULATION AND ACOUSTICS; 3.2 A MAGNETIC ARTICULOMETER STUDY; 3.3 TONGUE BODY MOVEMENT AND ACOUSTIC TRANSITIONS; 3.3.1 Measurements and analysis; 3.3.2 Results: Single consonants; 3.3.3 Consonants in clusters; 3.3.4 Acoustic transitions
  • 3.4 ARTICULATORY RELEASE AND ACOUSTIC BURST3.4.1 Single stops; 3.4.2 Stops in clusters; 3.4.3 Hetero-organic clusters; 3.4.4 Homorganic clusters; 3.4.5 Summary; 3.4.6 Conclusion; 3.5 SUMMARY AND PREDICTIONS; 3.5.1 Results: Summary; 3.5.2 Predictions; 4. ASYMMETRIES IN PERCEPTION; 4.1 BACKGROUND: PERCEPTION OF RUSSIAN CONSONANTS; 4.2 NATIVE PERCEPTION; 4.2.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.2.2 Overall results; 4.2.3 Single consonants; 4.2.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.2.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.2.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.2.7 General discussion and conclusion
  • 4.3 NATIVE PERCEPTION WITH NOISE4.3.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.3.2 Overall results; 4.3.3 Single consonants; 4.3.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.3.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.3.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.3.7 General discussion and conclusion; 4.4 NON-NATIVE PERCEPTION; 4.4.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.4.2 Overall results; 4.4.3 Single consonants; 4.4.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.4.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.4.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.4.7 General discussion and conclusion; 4.5 SUMMARY: COMMON ASYMMETRIES; 4.6 GENERALIZATIONS; 4.6.1 Perceptual scale
  • 4.6.2 Phonotactics and perception4.6.3 Conclusion; 4.7 ARTICULATION AND PERCEPTION; 4.7.1 TB magnitude and perception of palatalization; 4.7.2 Rate of release and correct identification; 4.7.3 Conclusion; 5. EMERGENT PHONOTACTIC PATTERNS; 5.1 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS; 5.2 SIMULATED LEARNING SITUATION; 5.2.1 A hypothetical language; 5.2.2 ""Imperfect"" speaker and ""imperfect"" listener; 5.3 PROBABLE AND IMPROBABLE GRAMMARS; 5.3.1 Single consonants; 5.3.2 Coda consonants in clusters; 5.3.3 Onset consonants in clusters; 5.3.4 Phonotactics: Summary; 5.4 GRAMMATICAL RESTRUCTURING
Control code
ocn865579051
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 256 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136721489
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unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)865579051
Label
Production, perception and emergent phonotactic patterns : a case of contrastive palatalization, Alexei Kochetov
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-249) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Original Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; 1. FOUNDATIONS; 1.1 MARKEDNESS SCALES AND NEUTRALIZATION; 1.2 A MODEL OF NEUTRALIZATION; 1.2.1 Background; 1.2.2 Producing and perceiving a contrast; 1.2.3 Learning a contrast; 1.3 HYPOTHESIS AND EXPERIMENTS; 2. PHONOTACTIC PATTERNS OF PALATALIZATION; 2.1 ASYMMETRIES IN INVENTORIES AND DISTRIBUTION; 2.1.1 The survey; 2.1.2 Phonological contrast and phonetic realization; 2.1.3 Distribution: Single consonants; 2.1.4 Distribution: Consonants in clusters; 2.1.5 Distribution: Summary
  • 2.1.6 Conclusion2.2 ASYMMETRIES IN FREQUENCY AND MORPHOLOGICAL CONDITIONING; 2.2.1 The Russian plain/palatalized contrast and its realization; 2.2.2 Distribution: Single consonants; 2.2.3 Distribution: Consonants in clusters; 2.2.4 Conclusion; 2.3 GENERALIZATIONS AND PREDICTIONS; 3. ASYMMETRIES IN PRODUCTION; 3.1 BACKGROUND: ARTICULATION AND ACOUSTICS; 3.2 A MAGNETIC ARTICULOMETER STUDY; 3.3 TONGUE BODY MOVEMENT AND ACOUSTIC TRANSITIONS; 3.3.1 Measurements and analysis; 3.3.2 Results: Single consonants; 3.3.3 Consonants in clusters; 3.3.4 Acoustic transitions
  • 3.4 ARTICULATORY RELEASE AND ACOUSTIC BURST3.4.1 Single stops; 3.4.2 Stops in clusters; 3.4.3 Hetero-organic clusters; 3.4.4 Homorganic clusters; 3.4.5 Summary; 3.4.6 Conclusion; 3.5 SUMMARY AND PREDICTIONS; 3.5.1 Results: Summary; 3.5.2 Predictions; 4. ASYMMETRIES IN PERCEPTION; 4.1 BACKGROUND: PERCEPTION OF RUSSIAN CONSONANTS; 4.2 NATIVE PERCEPTION; 4.2.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.2.2 Overall results; 4.2.3 Single consonants; 4.2.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.2.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.2.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.2.7 General discussion and conclusion
  • 4.3 NATIVE PERCEPTION WITH NOISE4.3.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.3.2 Overall results; 4.3.3 Single consonants; 4.3.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.3.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.3.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.3.7 General discussion and conclusion; 4.4 NON-NATIVE PERCEPTION; 4.4.1 Experimental setup and analysis; 4.4.2 Overall results; 4.4.3 Single consonants; 4.4.4 Clusters: Onset (C2 in VC1C2V); 4.4.5 Clusters: Coda (C1 in VC1C2V); 4.4.6 Single vs. clusters; 4.4.7 General discussion and conclusion; 4.5 SUMMARY: COMMON ASYMMETRIES; 4.6 GENERALIZATIONS; 4.6.1 Perceptual scale
  • 4.6.2 Phonotactics and perception4.6.3 Conclusion; 4.7 ARTICULATION AND PERCEPTION; 4.7.1 TB magnitude and perception of palatalization; 4.7.2 Rate of release and correct identification; 4.7.3 Conclusion; 5. EMERGENT PHONOTACTIC PATTERNS; 5.1 SUMMARY OF FINDINGS; 5.2 SIMULATED LEARNING SITUATION; 5.2.1 A hypothetical language; 5.2.2 ""Imperfect"" speaker and ""imperfect"" listener; 5.3 PROBABLE AND IMPROBABLE GRAMMARS; 5.3.1 Single consonants; 5.3.2 Coda consonants in clusters; 5.3.3 Onset consonants in clusters; 5.3.4 Phonotactics: Summary; 5.4 GRAMMATICAL RESTRUCTURING
Control code
ocn865579051
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 256 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781136721489
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)865579051

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