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Phonetics for Speech Pathology

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This introductory text for speech pathology and therapy students examines normative phonetic aspects and also discusses how these may go wrong and what happens when they do. Correct use of phonetic symbolizations and the importance of adequate transcription in the clinic are stressed, as is the use of instrumental analyses to augment impressionistic descriptions of speech. The book deals with the three main areas of phonetics: articulatory, acoustic, and auditory. This new, third, edition of this prestigious text is completely updated, applying the results of recent research into speech disorders to this indispensable guide for speech pathology and therapy students.

Published: Jul 25, 2019

Series


Section Chapter Authors
1
The Vocal Organs Martin Ball
2
Initiation Martin Ball
3
Phonation Martin Ball
4
Manner of articulation Martin Ball
5
Place of articulation Martin Ball
6
Orality and nasality Martin Ball
7
Plosives Martin Ball
8
Vowels Martin Ball
9
Primary, secondary, and double articulations Martin Ball
10
Parametric phonetics Martin Ball
11
Suprasegmentals: Length, stress and pitch Martin Ball
12
Suprasegmentals: Voice Quality Martin Ball
13
Neurophonetics Martin Ball
14
Speech Imaging Martin Ball
15
Frequency and pitch Martin Ball
16
Intensity and loudness Martin Ball
17
Resonance Martin Ball
18
Recording speech Martin Ball
19
Acoustic Analysis: Spectrography Martin Ball
20
Acoustic Characteristics of Vowels Martin Ball
21
Acoustic Characteristics of Sonorants Martin Ball
22
Acoustic Characteristics of Obstruents Martin Ball
23
Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Stress Martin Ball
24
Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Pitch Martin Ball
25
Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Connected speech Martin Ball
26
Acoustic Characteristics of Suprasegmentals: Voice quality Martin Ball
27
Acoustic Characteristics of Disordered Speech: children Martin Ball
28
Acoustic Characteristics of Disordered Speech: adults Martin Ball
29
Hearing: The Ear Martin Ball
30
Hearing: Perception Martin Ball
32
Perceptual units of speech Martin Ball
31
Hearing: Comprehension Martin Ball
33
Hearing Impairment Martin Ball
34
Auditory Processing Disorder Martin Ball
35
Audiological Measurement Martin Ball
36
Phonetics of Hearing Impaired Speech Martin Ball
37
Psychoacoustic Experiments Martin Ball
38
Feedback in Speech Martin Ball
39
Delayed Auditory Feedback Martin Ball
40
Dichotic Listening Martin Ball
41
Time variated speech Martin Ball
42
Models of Speech Production and Perception Martin Ball
End Matter
Appendix 1: The International Phonetic Alphabet Martin Ball
Appendix 2: The Extensions to the IPA for Disordered Speech (extIPA) Martin Ball
Appendix 3: VoQS symbols for Voice Quality and connected speech Martin Ball
Appendix 4: Notes on Phonetic Transcription Martin Ball