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Phonetic and Phonological rules of Nasalization

Phonetic and Phonological rules of Nasalization,Abigail Cohn

Phonetic and Phonological rules of Nasalization   (Citations: 54)
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Published in 1990.
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    • ...Similarly, nasal consonants and nasalized vowels share a common phonetic articulation, [+nasal], required in the production of sounds that allow airflow through the nose (...

    Michael Beckeret al. The Surfeit of the Stimulus: Analytic Biases Filter Lexical Statistics...

    • ...gif"/>nd], but “bad” as [bæd]); thus, no two English words differ solely in vowel nasality (eg, Cohn, 1990; Kahn, 1980; Malécot, 1960; Ruhlen, 1973)...

    A. Seidlet al. Allophonic and Phonemic Contrasts in Infants' Learning of Sound Patter...

    • ...Cohn (1990) observed a systematic asymmetry in the relative timing of the nasal and oral portions in nasalvoiceless stop vs. nasal-voiced stop cases: For the NT cases, the nasal and oral components each take up about half of the total duration, as expected; while in the ND cases, the sequence is nasal for all but a very brief period...
    • ...In terms of duration of the component parts, our data consistently reveal the same asymmetry observed by Cohn (1990)...

    Abigail C. Cohnet al. The Internal Structure of Nasal-Stop Sequences: Evidence from Austrone...

    • ...All former aerodynamic studies for French dealt with read speech (Durand 1953, Benguerel 1974, Cohn 1990, Ohala & Ohala, 1991)...
    • ...halshs-00138222, version 1 - 23 Mar 2007 Table 9. Summary of the results obtained by Cohn (1990) in an aerodynamic study of words inserted in frame sentences in French compared to the results obtained in this study...

    P. Bassetet al. Nasal airflow in French Spontaneous Speech

    • ...Prosodic influences on vowel nasalization include greater nasalization in tautosyllabic than heterosyllabic VN sequences (Cohn [5]; Solé [21]) and in stressed than unstressed syllables (Krakow [11]; Vaissière [22])...
    • ...Although not all of the variation in vowel nasalization is accounted for by N duration—the total nasalization (V ̃ plus N) being greater in voiced than in voiceless contexts—the predicted inverse relation between V ̃ and N durations holds for all speakers (see also Cohn [5] and Malécot [12])...

    Patrice Speeter Beddor. NASALS AND NASALIZATION: THE RELATION BETWEEN SEGMENTAL AND COARTICULA...

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