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Below is a complete bibliography of the course readings. The readings are also given on the web pages and handouts for each lab.

There is a set of readings for each lab, to be read before class.

Text: K.N. Stevens (1998), Acoustic Phonetics. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Lab 1

Beranek, L.L. (1954) Acoustics, McGraw-Hill, New York, NY, pages 1-15; pages 92-93.

Lab 2

Peterson, G.E., and Barney, H.L. (1952) "Control Methods Used in a Study of the Vowels", J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 24, 175-185. Also in R. Kent et al. (1991) Papers in Speech Communication: Speech Production, Acoustical Society of America, Woodbury, NY., 585-594.

Hillenbrand, J. et al. (1995) "Acoustic Characteristics of American English Vowels", J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 97, 3099-3111.

Pages 257-322 of Acoustic Phonetics, K.N. Stevens.

Lab 3

Chapter 9 of Acoustic Phonetics

Espy-Wilson, C. (1992) "Acoustic measures for linguistic features distinguishing the semivowels /wjrl/ in American English", J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 92, 736-757.

Lab 4

Kewley-Port, D. (1982) "Measurement of formant transitions in naturally produced stop consonant-vowel syllables," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 72, 379-389.

Stevens, K.N. (1993) "Models for the production and acoustics of stop consonants," Speech Communication 13, 367-375.

Stevens, K.N. Chapters 7 and 8.

See also the following notes and reprints (in Speech Group Library):

Manuel, S.Y. and K.N. Stevens (1995) "Formant transitions: Teasing apart consonant and vowel contributions. "Proc. International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Vol. 4, Stockholm, 436-439.

Stevens, K.N., S.E. Blumstein, L. Glicksman, M. Burton and K. Kurowski (1992) "Acoustic and perceptual characteristics of voicing in fricatives and fricative clusters," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 91, 2979-3000.

Stevens, K.N. (2000) "Diverse acoustic cues at consonantal landmarks", Phonetica 57, 139-151.

Lab 5

Hanson, H. (1997), "Glottal characteristics of female speakers: Acoustic correlates." J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 101, 466-481.

Hanson, H. and Chuang, E.S. (1999), "Glottal characteristics of male speakers: Acoustic correlates and comparison with female data." J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 106, 1064-1077.

L繹fqvist, A., Koenig. L.L. and McGowan, R.S. (1995)," Vocal tract aerodynamics in /aCa/ utterances: Measurements." Speech Communication 16, 49-66.

N穩 Chasaide, A. and Gobl, C. (1993), "Contextual variation of the vowel voice source as a function of adjacent consonants." Language and Speech 36, 303-330.

Holmberg, E.B., Hillman, R.E., and Perkell, J.S. (1988), "Glottal airflow and transglottal air pressure measurements for male and female speakers in soft, normal and loud voice." J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 84, 511-529, plus Erratum, JASA 85, 1787.

Lab 6

Stevens, K.N. (1972), "The quantal nature of speech: Evidence from Articulatory-Acoustic data," in Human Communication: A Unified View, E.E. David and P.B. Denes (eds.), New York: McGraw-Hill, 51-66.

Stevens, K.N. (1989), "On the quantal nature of speech." J. of Phonetics 17, 3-45.

See also text, pp. 136-152.

Lab 7

Oshika, B.T., V.W. Zue, R.V. Weeks, H. Neu and J. Aurbach (1975) "The Role of Phonological Rules in Speech Understanding Research," IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, ASSP-23, No. 1, 104-112.

Manuel, S.Y., S. Shattuck-Hufnagel, M. Huffman, K.N. Stevens, R. Carlson and S. Hunnicutt (1992) "Studies of Vowel and Consonant Reduction," Proc. International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Vol. 2, 943-946.

Manuel, S.Y. (1995) "Speakers nasalize /簸/ after /n/, but listeners still hear /簸/. J. "Phonetics 23, 453-476.

Lab 8

(No readings.)

Lab 9

Selkirk (1984) summary of Pierrehumbert's (1980) grammar of intonation

Appendix A of the online TOBI-TRAINING manual; the file is in /usr/users/prosody/TOBI-TRAINING and is called the labelling-guide.

Lab 10

G.A. Miller and P.E. Nicely (1955) "Analysis of perceptual confusions among some English consonants," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 27, 338-352.

D.N. Kalikow, K.N. Stevens and L.L. Elliot (1977) "Development of a test of speech intelligibility in noise using sentence materials with controlled word predictability," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 61, 1337-1351.

Lab 11

Daniloff, R.G., K. Wilcox, and M.I. Stephens (1980), "An acoustic-articulatory description of children's defective /s/ productions." J. Communication Disorders 13, 347-363.

Monsen, R.B. (1976), "Normal and reduced phonological space: The production of English vowels by deaf adolescents." J. Phonetics 4, 189-198.

Minifie, F.D. (ed.) (1994), Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders, San Diego: Singular.

Ohde, R.N. and D.J. Sharf (1992), Phonetic Analysis of Normal and Abnormal Speech, New York: Macmillan.

Lab 12

Stevens, K.N. (1998), Acoustic Phonetics, Cambridge MA: MIT Press, Chapter 1.

Perkell, J. (1969), Physiology of Speech Production: Results and Implications of a Quantitative Cineradiographic Study. Cambridge MA: MIT Press, Chapter 2.

Lab 13

Klatt, D.H. (1980), "Software for a Cascade/Parallel Formant Synthesizer," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 67, 971-995.

Klatt, D.H. and L.C. Klatt (1990), "Analysis, synthesis, and perception of voice quality variations among female and male talkers," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 87, 820-857 (optional).

Klatt, D.H. "Description of the cascade/parallel formant synthesizer." Chapter 3 of a book in preparation.

Lab 14

Westbury, J.R. (1991) "The significance and measurement of head position during speech production experiments using the x-ray microbeam system," J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 89, 1782-1791.

Lab 15

Hanson, H.M. and K.N. Stevens (2002), "Control of acoustic source parameters in speech synthesis: A quasi-articulatory approach." J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 112, 1158-1182.

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