Readership: Linguists, speech and hearing scientists, cognitive scientists, and students in these fields.
Edited by Abigail C. Cohn, Cornell University, Cécile Fougeron, CNRS/University of Paris 3, and Marie K. Huffman, Stony Brook University
Abigail C. Cohn is Professor of Linguistics at Cornell University. Her research addresses the relationship between phonology and phonetics and is informed by laboratory phonology approaches. Her published work includes articles in Phonology and a number of edited volumes.
Cécile Fougeron is Research Scientist in experimental phonetics at CNRS/University of Paris 3. Her research interests include the segmental manifestation of prosodic organization and the phonetic characteristics of speech disorders. Her published work includes articles in Journal of Phonetics and Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.
Marie K. Huffman is Associate Professor of Linguistics, at State University of New York, Stony Brook. Her research focusses on the acoustic analysis of speech, especially its temporal structure. Her published work includes articles in Journal of Phonetics and Speech Communication.
"The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology aims to serve as a guide to the philosophy, workings and findings of the laboratory phonology approach. It achieves this goal by bringing together leaders in the field to provide state-of-the-art reviews of how laboratory phonology has influenced research in their specialist areas ... the breadth of coverage and the depth of knowledge are clear strengths of the book ... It is a good starting point for any researcher who needs an update on the specific research questions covered." - Phoebe M. S. Lin, Linguist List
Part I: Introduction
1: Abigail C. Cohn, Cécile Fougeron, and Marie K. Huffman: Introduction
2: Mary E. Beckman and John Kingston: Introduction, Papers in Laboratory Phonology I: Between the Grammar and Physics of Speech
3: Janet B. Pierrehumbert, Mary E. Beckman, and D. Robert Ladd: Conceptual Foundations of Phonology as a Laboratory Science
Part II: Nature and Types of Variation: Their interpretation within a laboratory phonology perspective
4: Gerard Docherty and Norma Mendoza-Denton: Speaker-related Variation - sociophonetic factors
5: Andries W. Coetzee and Arto Anttila: Integrating Variation in Phonological Analysis
6: Mirjam Ernestus and Yiya Chen: Message-related Variation
7: Philip Hoole, Barbara Kühnert, and Marianne Pouplier: System-related Variation
Part III: Multidimensional Representations of Knowledge of Sound Structure
8: Adam Albright, Aditi Lahiri, Sarah Hawkins, and Janet B. Pierrehumbert: Lexical Representations
9: Jeff Mielke, Elizabeth C. Zsiga, and Paul Boersma: Phonological Elements
10: Adamantios Gafos, Louis Goldstein, Marie-Hélène Côté, and Alice Turk: Organization of Phonological Eelments
11: Sónia Frota, Amalia Arvaniti, and Mariapaola D'Imperio: Prosodic Representations
12: Benjamin Munson, Jan Edwards, and Mary E. Beckman: Phonological Representations in Language Acquisition: Climbing the ladder of abstraction
13: Ioana Chitoran, Jonathan Harrington, and Robert Kirchner: Changes in Representations
Part IV: Integrating Different Perspectives: Insights from production, perception, and acquisition
14: Lori L. Holt and Noël Nguyen: Insights From Perception and Comprehension
15: Bob McMurray and Ashley Farris-Trimble: Emergent Information-level Coupling Between Perception and Production
16: Katherine Demuth, Jae Yung Song, Paola Escudero, and Rajka Smiljanic: Insights From Acquisition and Learning
Part V: Methodologies and Resources
17: Jennifer Cole, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Dan Loehr, Linda Van Guilder, Henning Reetz, and Stefan A. Frisch: Corpora, Databases, and Internet Resources
18: Khalil Iskarous, Lisa Davidson, Helen M. Hanson, and Christine H. Shadle: Articulatory Analysis and Acoustic Modeling
19: Pilar Prieto, Brechtje Post, and Francis Nolan: Prosodic Analysis
20: Jessica Maye, Niels O. Schiller, Paul Iverson, Shari R. Speer, William Idsardi, and David Poeppel: Encoding, Decoding, and Acquisition
21: James M. Scobbie, Jane Stuart-Smith, Natasha Warner, Paul Warren, and Jennifer Hay: Experimental Design and Data Collection
22: John Kingston, Harald Baayen, and Cynthia G. Clopper: Statistical Analyses