Readings in Acoustic Phonetics
Ilse Lehiste (ed), 1967

Part I. Acoustic Theory and Methods of Analysis

Chapter 1. The Sound Spectrograph
W. Koenig, H. K. Dunn, and L. Y. Lacy

Chapter 2. Development of a Quantitative Description of Vowel Articulation
Kenneth N. Stevens and Arthur S. House

Chapter 3. On the Predictability of Formant Levels and Spectrum Envelopes from Formant Frequencies
C. Gunnar M. Fant

Chapter 4. A Note on Optimal Vocal Frequency
Arthur S. House

Chapter 5. Reduction of Speech Spectra by Analysis-by-Synthesis Technique
C. G. Bell, H. Fujisaki, J. M. Heinz, K. N. Stevens, and A. S. House

Chapter 6. An Acoustic Theory of Vowel Production and Some of Its Implications
K. N. Stevens and A. S. House

Chapter 7. Descriptive Analysis of the Acoustic Aspects of Speech
C. G. M. Fant

Part II. Acoustic Structure of Speech

Chapter 8. Resonance Data Concerning Nasals, Laterals, and Trills
Thomas Tarnóczy

Chapter 9. Control Methods Used in a Study of the Vowels
Gordon E. Peterson and Harold L. Barney

Chapter 10. The Influence of Consonant Environment upon the Secondary Acoustical Characteristics of Vowels
Arthur S. House and Grant Fairbanks

Chapter 11. Acoustic Analysis of Stop Consonants
Eli Fischer-Jørgensen

Chapter 12. Duration and Intensity as Physical Correlates of Linguistic Stress
D. B. Fry

Chapter 13. Tempo of Frequency Change as a Cue for Distinguishing Classes of Speech SOunds
Alvin M. Liberman, Pierre DeLattre, Louis J. Gerstman, and Franklin S. Cooper

Chapter 14. Acoustic Properties of Stop Consonants
M. Halle, G. W. Hughes, and J.-P. A. Radley

Chapter 15. Realization of Prosodic Features in Whispered Speech
W. Meyer-Eppler

Chapter 16. Vowel Amplitude and Phonemic Stress in American English
Ilse Lehiste and Gordon E. Peterson

Chapter 17. Duration of Syllable Nucleii in English
Gordon E. Peterson and Ilse Lehiste

Chapter 18. Spectra of Fricative Noise in Human Speech
Peter Strevens

Chapter 19. On the Properties of Voiceless Fricative Consonants
John M. Heinz and Kenneth N. Stevens

Chapter 20. Transitions, Glides, and Diphthongs
Ilse Lehiste and Gordon E. Peterson

Chapter 21. Analysis of Nasal Consonants
Osamu Fujimura

Chapter 22. Diphthong Formants and Their Movements
Anthony Holbrook and Grant Fairbanks

Part III. Synthesis and Perception

Chapter 23. Some Experiments on the Perception of Synthetic Speech Sounds
Franklin S. Cooper, Pierre C. DeLattre, Alvin M. Liberman, John M. Horst, and Louis J. Gerstman

Chapter 24. Acoustic Loci and Transitional Cues for Consonants
Pierre C. DeLattre, Alvin M. Liberman, and Franklin S. Cooper

Chapter 25. A Difference Limen for Vowel Formant Frequency
James L. Flanagan

Chapter 26. The Phonetic Basis for Syllable Division
Bertil Malmberg

Chapter 27. An Analysis of Perceptual Confusions among Some English Consonants
George A. Miller and Patricia E. Nicely

Chapter 28. Difference Limen for Formant Amplitude
James L. Flanagan

Chapter 29. Estimates of the Maximum Precision Necessary in Quantizing Certain "Dimensions" of Vowel Sounds
James L. Flanagan

Chapter 30. Information Conveyed by Vowels
Peter Ladefoged and D. E. Broadbent

Chapter 31. Minimal Rules for Synthesizing Speech
A. M. Liberman, Francis Ingemann, Leigh Lisker, Pierre DeLattre, and F. S. Cooper

Chapter 32. Transition and Release as Perceptual Cues for Final Plosives
William S. Y. Wang


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