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Vol. 57, No. 2-4, 2000

Issue release date: April–December 2000

Emergence and Adaptation

Studies in Speech Communication and Language Development
Dedicated to Björn Lindblom on his 65th birthday

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Title Page

Phonetica 2000;57:79–82 (DOI:10.1159/000028462)
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Foreword

Lacerda F. · Ericsdotter Bresin C.
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Acoustic Patterning of Speech Its Linguistic and Physiological Bases
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Investigating Unscripted Speech: Implications for Phonetics and Phonology

Kohler K.J.
Phonetica 2000;57:85–94 (DOI:10.1159/000028464)
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Emotive Transforms

Sundberg J.
Phonetica 2000;57:95–112 (DOI:10.1159/000028465)
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The Source-Filter Frame of Prominence

Fant G. · Kruckenberg A. · Liljencrants J.
Phonetica 2000;57:113–127 (DOI:10.1159/000028466)
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The C/D Model and Prosodic Control of Articulatory Behavior

Fujimura O.
Phonetica 2000;57:128–138 (DOI:10.1159/000028467)
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Diverse Acoustic Cues at Consonantal Landmarks

Stevens K.N.
Phonetica 2000;57:139–151 (DOI:10.1159/000028468)
Perceptual Processing
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Modeling and Perception of ‘Gesture Reduction’

Carré R. · Divenyi P.L.
Phonetica 2000;57:152–169 (DOI:10.1159/000028469)
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General Auditory Processes Contribute to Perceptual Accommodation of Coarticulation

Holt L.L. · Kluender K.R.
Phonetica 2000;57:170–180 (DOI:10.1159/000028470)
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Adaptive Dispersion in Vowel Perception

Johnson K.
Phonetica 2000;57:181–188 (DOI:10.1159/000028471)
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Language Acquisition as Complex Category Formation

Lotto A.J.
Phonetica 2000;57:189–196 (DOI:10.1159/000028472)
Biology of Communication and Motor Processes
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Singing Birds, Playing Cats, and Babbling Babies: Why Do They Do It?

Sjölander S.
Phonetica 2000;57:197–204 (DOI:10.1159/000028473)
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The Phonetic Potential of Nonhuman Vocal Tracts: Comparative Cineradiographic Observations of Vocalizing Animals

Tecumseh Fitch W.
Phonetica 2000;57:205–218 (DOI:10.1159/000028474)
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Dynamic Simulation of Human Movement Using Large-Scale Models of the Body

Pandy M.G. · Anderson F.C.
Phonetica 2000;57:219–228 (DOI:10.1159/000028475)
En Route to Adult Spoken Language
Language Development
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An Embodiment Perspective on the Acquisition of Speech Perception

Davis B.L. · MacNeilage P.F.
Phonetica 2000;57:229–241 (DOI:10.1159/000028476)
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Speech to Infants as Hyperspeech: Knowledge-Driven Processes in Early Word Recognition

Fernald A.
Phonetica 2000;57:242–254 (DOI:10.1159/000028477)
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The Construction of a First Phonology

Vihman M.M. · Velleman S.L.
Phonetica 2000;57:255–266 (DOI:10.1159/000028478)
Auditory Constraints on Sound Structures
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Searching for an Auditory Description of Vowel Categories

Diehl R.L.
Phonetica 2000;57:267–274 (DOI:10.1159/000028479)
Commentary
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Imitation and the Emergence of Segments

Studdert-Kennedy M.
Phonetica 2000;57:275–283 (DOI:10.1159/000028480)
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Deriving Speech from Nonspeech: A View from Ontogeny

MacNeilage P.F. · Davis B.L.
Phonetica 2000;57:284–296 (DOI:10.1159/000028481)
 
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Developmental Origins of Adult Phonology: The Interplay between Phonetic Emergents and the Evolutionary Adaptations of Sound Patterns

Lindblom B.
Phonetica 2000;57:297–314 (DOI:10.1159/000028482)
Further Section
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Publications Björn Lindblom

Phonetica 2000;57:315–321 (DOI:10.1159/000028483)
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Index autorum Vol. 57, 2000

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Contents Vol. 57, 2000

Phonetica 2000;57:323 (DOI:10.1159/000028485)
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