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Journal Title: Journal of Phonetics
Volume/Issue:   44 /
Issue Title: Dynamics of Articulation and Prosodic Structure
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Journal of Phonetics

Volume 44, Pages 1-182, May 2014

Dynamics of Articulation and Prosodic Structure
Edited by Taehong Cho, Martine Grice and Doris Mücke

1. Editorial Board / Subscription Information
Pages IFC

2. More than a magic moment – Paving the way for dynamics of articulation and prosodic structure
Doris Mücke, Martine Grice, Taehong Cho
Pages 1-7

3. Laryngeal–oral coordination in mixed-voicing clusters
Philip Hoole, Lasse Bombien
Pages 8-24

4. Erratum to “Articulatory synergies in the temporal organization of liquid clusters in Romanian” [J. Phon. 42 (2014) 24–36]
Stefania Marin, Marianne Pouplier
Pages 25

5. Selection and coordination of articulatory gestures in temporally constrained production
Sam Tilsen
Pages 26-46

6. The effect of focus marking on supralaryngeal articulation – Is it mediated by accentuation?
Doris Mücke, Martine Grice
Pages 47-61

7. The coordination of boundary tones and its interaction with prominence
Argyro Katsika, Jelena Krivokapić, Christine Mooshammer, Mark Tiede, Louis Goldstein
Pages 62-82

8. Domain-initial strengthening on French vowels and phonological contrasts: Evidence from lip articulation and spectral variation
L. Georgeton, C. Fougeron
Pages 83-95

9. Effects of prosodic boundary and syllable structure on the temporal realization of CV gestures
Taehong Cho, Yeomin Yoon, Sahyang Kim
Pages 96-109

10. Emergence of prosodic boundary: Continuous effects of temporal affordance on inter-gestural timing
Štefan Beňuš, Juraj Šimko
Pages 110-129

11. Emergent consonantal quantity contrast and context-dependence of gestural phasing
Juraj Šimko, Michael O'Dell, Martti Vainio
Pages 130-151

12. Stochastic time analysis of syllable-referential intervals and simplex onsets
Adamantios I. Gafos, Simon Charlow, Jason A. Shaw, Philip Hoole
Pages 152-166

13. Articulatory coordination of two vocal tracts
Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson, Adriano Vilela Barbosa, Catherine T. Best
Pages 167-181
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories
Phonetics
Phonology
Pragmatics
Subject Language(s): French
German
Greek, Modern
Korean
Romanian
 
LL Issue: 25.1897