[Johnson] = Johnson, Keith. Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics. 3rd ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. ISBN: 9781405194662. [Preview with Google Books]
Ladefoged, Peter. Elements of Acoustic Phonetics. 2nd ed. University of Chicago Press, 1995. ISBN: 9780226467641.
Ladefoged, Peter. A Course in Phonetics. 5th ed. Cengage Learning, 2005. ISBN: 9781413006889.
Readings by Session
|1: Introduction to phonetics and grammar||Optional: Ladefoged, Peter. Chapter 1 in Vowels and Consonants: An Introduction to the Sounds of Languages. Wiley-Blackwell, 2000. ISBN: 9780631214120.|
|2: Audition, analog / digital conversion||[Johnson] Chapters 1, 4 and Chapter 3, pp. 49–68.|
|3: Position of phonetics in grammars||
Keating, Patricia. “Universal Phonetics and The Organization of Grammars.” In Phonetic Linguistics: Essays in Honor of Peter Ladefoged. Edited by Victoria Fromkin. Academic Press, 1985, pp. 115–32. ISBN: 9780122689901.
Flemming, Edward. “ Scalar and Categorical Phenomina in a Unified Model of Phonetics and Phonology.” Phonology 18, no. 1 (2000).
|4: Source-filter model of speech production||[Johnson] Chapter 2.|
|5: Acoustics of vowels||[Johnson] Chapter 6.|
|6: Spectral analysis techniques||Ladefoged, Peter. Elements of Acoustic Phonetics. 2nd ed. University of Chicago Press, 1995. ISBN: 9780226467641.|
|7: Theory of adaptive dispersion||Liljencrants, Johan, and Bjorn Lindblom. “ Numerical Stimulation of Vowel Quality Systems.” Language 48, no. 4 (1972): 839–62.|
|8: Source-filter analysis of fricatives||[Johnson] Chapters 7 and 8.|
|9: Speech perception I: Cues and perceptual space||
[Johnson] Chapter 5.
Fujimura, Osamu. “ Perception of Stop Consonants with Conflicting Transitional Cues: A Cross-Linguistic Study.” Language and Speech 21, no. 4 (1978): 337–46.
|10: Speech perception II: Distinctiveness and cue strength||No readings|
|11: The acoustics of nasals and laterals||[Johnson] Chapter 9.|
|12: Speech production||No readings|
|13: Coarticulation: Gestures and timing||
Keating, Patricia. “The Window Model of Coarticulation: Articulatory Evidence.” In Papers in Laboratory Phonology: Between the Grammar and Physics of Speech. Edited by John Kingston and Mary E. Beckman. Cambridge University Press, 1990. ISBN: 9780521368087. [Preview with Google Books]
Browman, Catherine P., and Joseph Leonard Goldstein. “Tiers in Articulatory Phonology, with Some Implications for Casual Speech.” In Papers in Laboratory Phonology: Between the Grammar and Physics of Speech. Edited by John Kingston and Mary E. Beckmen. Cambridge University Press, 1990. ISBN: 9780521368087. [Preview with Google Books]
|14: Basic statistics||No readings|
|15: Targets in speech production||Villacorta, Vergilio M., Joseph S. Perkell, and Frank H. Guenther. “ Sensorimotor Adaptation to Feedback Perturbations of Vowel Acoustics and its Relation to Perception.” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122, no. 4 (2007): 2306.|
|16: Phonology and lexical access||
Mitterer, Holger. “ On the Causes of Compensation for Coarticulation: Evidence for Phonological Mediation.” Perception & Psychophysics 68, no. 7 (2006): 1227–40.
|17: Phonetic grammar and lexical access||No readings|
|18: Phonetics and sound change||Ohala, John J. “The listener as a Source of Sound Change.” In Papers from the Parasession on Language and Behavior. Edited by C. S. Masek, R. A. Hendrick, and M. F. Miller. Chicago Linguistic Society, 1981. ISBN: 9789992924303.|