The Handbook of Speech Production

Editor/Author Redford, Melissa A.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $195.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $292.50
ISBN: 978-0-47-065993-9
Category: Language & Literature - Linguistics
Image Count: 55
Book Status: Available
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The Handbook of Speech Production provides a state-of-the-art survey of the interdisciplinary field of speech production. Twenty-four chapters from leading international researchers, representing abroad range of academic backgrounds including otolaryngology, information sciences, and linguistics, cover key areas of research in this burgeoning area of study. The contributions bring together behavioral, clinical, computational, developmental, and neuropsychological perspectives on speech production with an emphasis on kinematics, control, and planning in production.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • 1 Introduction - Melissa A. Redford
  • Part I The Speech Mechanism
  • 2 Speech Breathing Across the Life Span and in Disease - Jessica E. Huber and Elaine T. Stathopoulos
  • 3 Mechanisms of Voice Production - Brad H. Story
  • 4 Supralaryngeal Articulators in the Oropharyngeal Region - Kiyoshi Honda
  • 5 Jaw and Lips - Pascal H.H.M. Van Lieshout
  • 6 Velopharyngeal Function in Speech Production: Some Developmental and Structural Considerations - David J. Zajac
  • Part II Coordination and Multimodal Speech
  • 7 Interarticulatory Coordination: Speech Sounds - Philip Hoole and Marianne Pouplier
  • 8 Rhythm and Speech - Fred Cummins
  • 9 Auditory-Visual Speech Processing: Something Doesn't Add Up - Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson and Kevin G. Munhall
  • 10 Multimodal Speech Production - Lucie Ménard
  • Part III Speech Motor Control
  • 11 Motor Equivalence in Speech Production - Pascal Perrier and Susanne Fuchs
  • 12 Orofacial Cutaneous Function in Speech Motor Control and Learning - Takayuki Ito
  • 13 Auditory Feedback - John Houde and Srikantan Nagarajan
  • 14 Speech Production in Motor Speech Disorders: Lesions, Models, and a Research Agenda - Gary Weismer and Jordan R. Green
  • 15 Process-Oriented Diagnosis of Childhood and Adult Apraxia of Speech (CAS and AOS) - Ben Maassen and Hayo Terband
  • Part IV Sequencing and Planning
  • 16 Central Tenets of the Frame/Content Theory of Evolution and Acquisition of Speech Production - Peter F. MacNeilage
  • 17 The Acquisition of Temporal Patterns - Melissa A. Redford
  • 18 Insights for Speech Production Planning from Errors in Inner Speech - Gary S. Dell and Gary M. Oppenheim
  • 19 Prosodic Frames in Speech Production - Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel
  • 20 Fluency and Disfluency - Robin J. Lickley
  • Part V Language Factors
  • 21 Insights from the Field - Didier Demolin
  • 22 Language Effects on Timing at the Segmental and Suprasegmental Levels - Taehong Cho
  • 23 Cross-Language Differences in Acquisition - Jan R. Edwards, Mary E. Beckman, and Benjamin Munson
  • 24 Effects of Language on Motor Processes in Development - Lisa Goffman