21.4535, TOC: Laboratory Phonology 1/2 (2010)

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Date: 10-Nov-2010
From: Julia Ulrich [julia.ulrich at degruyter.com]
Subject: Laboratory Phonology Vol 1, No 2 (2010)
 

	
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Publisher:	De Gruyter Mouton
			http://www.degruyter.com/mouton 			
			
Journal Title:  Laboratory Phonology 
Volume Number:  1 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2010 


Subtitle:  Special issue: Phonetic detail in the lexicon: Papers from the Eleventh Conference on Laboratory Phonology   


Main Text:  

Special issue: Phonetic detail in the lexicon: Papers from the Eleventh
Conference on Laboratory Phonology


Table of Contents


Introduction: phonetic cues and generalisations in the lexicon
Paul Warren and Jen Hay


Phonetic cues to lexical structure

Does prosodic constituency signal relative predictability? A Smooth Signal
Redundancy hypothesis
Alice Turk

Gradience in morphological decomposability: Evidence from the perception of
audiovisually incongruent speech
Azra N. Ali and Michael Ingleby

Detailed phonetic memory for multi-word and part-word sequences
Travis Wade and Bernd Möbius

Phonetic Cues to Lexical Structure: Comments on the papers by Turk, Ali and
Ingleby, and Wade and Möbius
Laurie Bauer


Generalising over the lexicon

Abstraction-based Efficiency in the Lexicon
Anne Cutler

Generalizing over lexicons to predict consonant mastery
Mary E. Beckman and Jan Edwards

Metalinguistic judgments of phonotactics by monolinguals and bilinguals
Stefan A. Frisch and María R. Brea-Spahn

Velar palatalization in Russian and artificial grammar: Constraints on models of
morphophonology
Vsevolod Kapatsinski

Harmony versus the OCP: Vowel and Consonant Cooccurrence in the Lexicon
Mary Ann Walter

The emergent paradigm in Laboratory Phonology: Phonological categories and
statistical generalisation in Cutler, Beckman and Edwards, Frisch and
Bréa-Spahn, Kapatsinski, and Walter
Karen Croot

Signal-based and expectation-based factors in the perception of prosodic prominence
Jennifer Cole, Yoonsook Mo, and Mark Hasegawa-Johnson 



Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
                     Phonology
                     Morphology

Subject Language(s): Russian (rus)




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