The special collection gathers papers on techniques and methods for the collection, analysis, and modelling of articulatory data. The focus is on the progress that these techniques and methods can make in laboratory phonology.
This series explores how continuous signal dynamics in speech production and perception can give rise to the formation, stability, and change of phonological categories in human speech processing.
This series explores the pervasive variability in speech prosody and its role in linguistic representation and linguistic processing.
In this special collection, we take stock of the latest theoretical developments in multidimensional prosody research.
This series aims to stimulate debate on the theory and practice of prosodic transcription, and its role in prosodic typology, phonological theory, second language teaching, as well as in speech synthesis and recognition applications.