23.2025, FYI: Palatography Lessons on YouTube

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Subject: 23.2025, FYI: Palatography Lessons on YouTube

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Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 10:54:15
From: Sophie Salffner [ss123 at soas.ac.uk]
Subject: Palatography Lessons on YouTube

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Dear All,

YouTube now hosts videos about palatography, a technique in 
experimental phonetics. The lessons teach practical aspects of how to 
do palatograms and linguograms and a couple of things around that. 
As you can see in the videos, palatography can be a bit messy but it's 
a lot of fun too! 

There are six videos covering different aspects of doing palatography:

1: Equipment 
2: Mixing the paint 
3. Choosing and remembering test words 
4. Hygiene 
5. Doing linguograms 
6. Doing palatograms 

The videos were made by Sophie Salffner and Maria Tzika together 
with students from the 2011/2012 Phonetics Course at the School of 
Oriental and African Studies, University of London. We hope you'll 
enjoy them!

All the best,

Sophie Salffner 

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics


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