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Voice Quality: The Laryngeal Articulator Model
Voice Quality: The Laryngeal Articulator Model

Voice Quality: The Laryngeal Articulator Model (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, Series Number 162)

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About Voice Quality: The Laryngeal Articulator Model

Product Description The first description of voice quality production in forty years, this book provides a new framework for its study: The Laryngeal Articulator Model. Informed by instrumental examinations of the laryngeal articulatory mechanism, it revises our understanding of articulatory postures to explain the actions, vibrations and resonances generated in the epilarynx and pharynx. It focuses on the long-term auditory-articulatory component of accent in the languages of the world, explaining how voice quality relates to segmental and syllabic sounds. Phonetic illustrations of phonation types and of laryngeal and oral vocal tract articulatory postures are provided. Extensive video and audio material is available on a companion website. The book presents computational simulations, the laryngeal and voice quality foundations of infant speech acquisition, speech/voice disorders and surgeries that entail compensatory laryngeal articulator adjustment, and an exploration of the role of voice quality in sound change and of the larynx in the evolution of speech. Book Description Offers a new model of vocal tract articulation that explains laryngeal and oral voice quality, both auditorily and visually, through language examples and familiar voices. About the Author John H. Esling is Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at the University of Victoria, British Columbia. Scott R. Moisik is Assistant Professor in the Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Allison Benner is Humanities and Fine Arts Co-op Coordinator at the University of Victoria, British Columbia. Lise Crevier-Buchman is a Senior Research Fellow at the National Scientific Research Centre (CNRS), Paris.