ERIC Number: ED161294
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-May
Reference Count: 0
Report of the Phonology Laboratory, No. 2.
California Univ., Berkeley. Dept. of Linguistics.
This is one of a series of reports intended to make the results of research available and to serve as progress reports. The following abstracts are included: (1) "Learning the Phonetic Cues to the Voiced-Voiceless Distinction: Preliminary Study of Four American English Speaking Children," Mel Greenlee; (2) "Learning the Phonetic Cues to the Voiced/Voiceless Distinction: A Comparison of Child and Adult Speech," M. Greenlee; (3) "Auditory Basis of Progressive Tone Spreading," H. R. Javkin; (4) "Towards a Model for Syntagmatic Processing," J. Kingston; (5) "Pseudo-explanations in Phonology," J.J. Ohala; (6) "Speculations on Pitch Regulation," J.J. Ohala; (7) "The Physiology of Stress," J.J. Ohala; (8) "Acoustic Reasons Why Labio-velars are Both Labials and Velars," J.J. Ohala and J. Lorentz; (9) "Control of Vocal Tract Length in Speech," C.J. Riordan; (10) "Vertical Larynx Position in Whispered Speech," C.J. Riordan; and (1) "Perceptual Correlates of Vowel Nasalization," J.T. Wright. The papers presented here are: (1) "Speech Aerodynamics and Phonological Universals," J.J. Jaeger; (2) "Towards a Phonetic Explanation for Universal Preferences in Implosives and Ejectives," H. Javkin; (3) "Phonological Notations as Models," J.J. Ohala; (4) "Southern Bantu vs. the World: The Case of Palatalization of Labials," J.J. Ohala; (5) "Explaining the Intrinsic Pitch of Vowels," J.J. Ohala and B.W. Eukel; (6) "Listeners' Ability to Identify Languages by Their Prosody," J.J. Ohala and J.B. Gilbert; (7) "The Story of (w): An Exercise in the Phonetic Explanation for Sound Patterns," J.J. Ohala and J. Lorentz; (8) "Testing Hypotheses Regarding the Psychological Manifestation of Morpheme Structure Constraints," J.J. Ohala and M. Ohala; and (9) "The Production of Tone," J.J. Ohala. The report concludes with announcements of available language tapes. (AMH)
Descriptors: Acoustic Phonetics, Articulation (Speech), Consonants, Distinctive Features (Language), Intonation, Language Acquisition, Language Research, Language Universals, Neurolinguistics, Phonemes, Phonemics, Phonetics, Phonology, Physiology, Research Reviews (Publications), Speech, Stress (Phonology), Suprasegmentals, Syllables, Vowels
Editor, RPL, Phonology Laboratory, Department of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley, California 94720 ($3.00)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: California Univ., Berkeley. Dept. of Linguistics.
Note: One paper in this collection, "The Production of Tone," by John J. Ohala, is not included due to copyright restrictions.