12.2011, Books: Phonology, Communication Disorders

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Date:  Thu, 9 Aug 2001 08:19:07 -0700
From:  mconner at acad.com
Subject:  Phonology: The Role of Speech Perception in Phonology

2)
Date:  Thu, 9 Aug 2001 08:19:56 -0700
From:  mconner at acad.com
Subject:  Communication Disorders: Handbookof Genetic Communicative Disorders

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Thu, 9 Aug 2001 08:19:07 -0700
From:  mconner at acad.com
Subject:  Phonology: The Role of Speech Perception in Phonology

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THE ROLE OF SPEECH PERCEPTION IN PHONOLOGY

Edited by
Elizabeth V. Hume
The Ohio State University, Columbus, U.S.A.

Keith Johnson
The Ohio State University, Columbus, U.S.A.

Do human auditory perceptual abilities shape language sound
structures? If so, what aspects of phonology may be driven by
perception, and how should perceptually driven processes be captured
in linguistic theory? These and similar questions have come to the
forefront of linguistic research in the past decade because the
technology used in speech perception research has become much more
widely available and portable and because developments in
constraint-based theories of phonology have made it possible to
incorporate "perceptual constraints" into linguistic grammars. THE
ROLE OF SPEECH PERCEPTION IN PHONOLOGY is a collection of
authoritative articles on the role of speech perception in phonology
by leading phonologists, phoneticians, and cognitive
psychologists. Contributing authors include:

Patrice Speeter Beddor, University of Michigan
Jennifer Cole, University of Illinois
Randy L. Diehl, University of Texas
Elizabeth Hume, Ohio State University
Larry Hyman, University of California, Berkeley
Keith Johnson, Ohio State University
Rena Arens Krakow, Temple University
Björn Lindblom, University of Texas
John Ohala, University of California, Berkeley
Jaye Padgett, University of California, Santa Cruz
Robert Remez, Barnard College
Donca Steriade, University of California, Los Angeles
Richard Wright, University of Washington


CONTENTS:
B. Lindblom, Foreword.
Section I: The Interplay of Speech Perception and Phonology:
E. Hume and K. Johnson, A Model of the Interplay of Speech Perception and
Phonology.
R.E. Remez, The Interplay of Phonology and Perception Considered from the
Perspective of Perceptual Organization.
Section II: The Perceptual Basis of Phonological Systems:
P.S. Beddor, R.A. Krakow, and S. Lindemann, Patterns of Perceptual
Compensation and Their Phonological Consequences.
S.S. Change, M.C. Plauché, and J.J. Ohala, Markedness and Consonant
Confusion Asymmetries.
J. Cole and K. Iskarous, Effects of Vowel Context on Consonant Place
Identification: Implications for a Theory of Phonologization.
R.L. Diehl, M.R. Molis, and W.A. Castleman, Adaptive Design of Sound
Systems: Some Auditory Considerations.
L.M. Hyman<, The Limits of Phonetic Determinism in Phonology: *NC
Revisited.
J. Padgett, Contrast Dispersion and Russian Palatalization.
D. Steriade, Directional Asymmetries in Place Assimilation: A Perceptual
Account.
R. Wright, Perceptual Cues in Contrast Maintenance.
Index.

ABOUT THE EDITORS:

Dr. Elizabeth Hume is currently an associate professor of linguistics
at The Ohio State University. She has also been a visiting research
fellow at the University of Utrecht and a faculty member of the LSA
Summer Institute of Linguistics (1993, 2003). Her research in
phonology includes work on feature theory, consonant/vowel
interaction, metathesis, and the representation of geminate
consonants.

Dr. Keith Johnson is currently an associate professor of linguistics
at The Ohio State University. He has held research positions at
Indiana University, at the University of California, Los Angeles, and
in the medical school of the University of Alabama, Birmingham. He has
also held teaching positions at the University of Illinois, Indiana
University, and the University of California, Los Angeles. He is best
known for his research on exemplar models of speech perception.

Casebound: $69.95, July 2001, 282 pp./ISBN: 0-12- 361351-5


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-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Thu, 9 Aug 2001 08:19:56 -0700
From:  mconner at acad.com
Subject:  Communication Disorders: Handbookof Genetic Communicative Disorders


For more information please visit
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HANDBOOK OF GENETIC COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS

Edited by
Sanford E. Gerber
Adjunct professor, Washington State University, Pullman, emeritus
professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, former visiting
professor, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, U.S.A.

FROM THE FOREWORD:
"Without a doubt, the single area in which practicing clinicians lack
current and clinically relevant training and information is genetics,
and more specifically the role of genetics in communicative
disorders. Over the past 15 years, I have noted this to be the case in
my interactions with audiences throughout the United States and around
the world. The question I regularly receive from practicing clinicians
is 'Can you help me find a readable book on genetics, one that
contains information that I can put into practice right away?' Up to
this time, there was no single source I could refer them to. You now
hold the answer in your hands. Clinically relevant, empirically sound,
and eminently readable is how I would describe the information
contained in the Handbook of Genetic Communicative Disorders."
¯¯Louis Rossetti, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh

HANDBOOK OF GENETIC COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS is the only book to
consider the genetics of communicative disorders from a broad
perspective. It examines genetics, embryology, and epidemiology, along
with the study of hearing, speech, and language disorders. It also
introduces a review of issues relevant to genetic counseling and
ethics. It is a unique and comprehensive work edited by a master
clinician and filled with articles written by contributors who are the
leading experts in their respective disciplines.<br>

ABOUT THE EDITOR:

Dr. Sanford E. Gerber is an adjunct professor of speech and hearing
sciences at Washington State University, Pullman. He is also an
emeritus professor of speech and hearing sciences at the University of
California, Santa Barbara and a former visiting professor in the
department of communication disorders at Eastern Washington
University, Cheney. Dr.  Gerber has received a variety of awards over
the years, most notably, a diploma "honoris causa" from the Bohemian
Medical Association J.E. Purkyne, and he is a "correspondiente
extranjero" of the Mexican Society of Audiology and
Phoniatrics. Dr. Gerber is the author or editor of 13 books and more
than 150 journal articles, most of them dealing with communication in
the very youngest people. He has lectured in numerous countries, among
them The Netherlands, England, Mexico, Costa Rica, Argentina, and
Ecuador.


CONTENTS:
L. Rossetti, Foreword.
Preface.
S.E. Gerber, Introduction.
G.E. Green and R.J.H. Smith, Delineation of Genetic Components of
Communicative Disorders.
S.E. Stool, Prenatal and Post-natal Craniofacial Development.
D. Frenz, J. Represa, And T.R. Van De Water, Morphogenesis and Genetics of
Inner Ear Development and Malformation.
R.J. Ruben, Genetic Deafness.
J. Williams and J. Stevenson, Genetic Language Disorders.
R.J. Shprintzen, Genetics in Craniofacial Disorders and Clefting: Then and Now.
S. Felsenfeld and D. Drayna, Stuttering and Genetics: Our Past and Our Future.
J.W. Gilger, Concepts in Behavioral Genetics and Their Application to
Developmental and Learning Disorders.
S. Davis, Genetic Knowledge About Communicative Disorders: Ethical, Legal,
and Social Implications.
S.E. Gerber, Treatment and Prevention.
References.
Author Index.
Subject Index.


Casebound: $84.95, May 2001, 271 pp./ISBN: 0-12-280605-0


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