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The study investigated how the movements of the tongue vary across different ages for prosodic focus marking. We collected articulatory recordings from 44 German speakers, aged 19 to 79 years, and analyzed the phonetic characteristics of vowel production, such as position, velocity, and duration of the vocalic gesture. Across all ages we found more...
This study examines the interaction between lexical prominence and palatal/velar consonants in Italian. The specific phenomenon of interest is the palatalization of /k/ in, e.g., 'cardiaci' [kar.ˈdi.a.tʃi] but not in 'ubriachi' [u.bri.ˈa.ki], which is argued to be conditioned by the position of /k/ relative to lexical prominence. The aim of the stu...
The current study explores how different types of external sandhi in French affect the temporal coordination of gestures. Specifically, we examine the temporal coordination of three different types of CV in French (Onset CV, Enchaînement CV, and Liaison CV) at normal and fast speech rates. The results from this articulatory study revealed that the...
Labialization is the most widely distributed secondary articulation in the world's languages, however, literature on its phonetic properties is rare. This study provides an analysis of acoustic and articulatory markings of labialization in Tashlhiyt Amazigh. We present speech production data from six native speakers producing a set of plain and lab...