Special issue title: Corpus-based approaches to the phonological analysis of speech, Guest editors: Haruo Kubozono, Kikuo Maekawa and Timothy J. Vance : Laboratory Phonology

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Laboratory Phonology

Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology

Ed. by Cole, Jennifer

Volume 6, Issue 3-4 (Oct 2015)

Special issue title: Corpus-based approaches to the phonological analysis of speech, Guest editors: Haruo Kubozono, Kikuo Maekawa and Timothy J. Vance

Frontmatter

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Corpus-based approaches to the phonological analysis of speech

Kubozono, Haruo / Maekawa, Kikuo / Vance, Timothy J.

Page 279

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Infant-directed speech as a window into the dynamic nature of phonology

Mazuka, Reiko / Igarashi, Yosuke / Martin, Andrew / Utsugi, Akira

Page 281

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Models of dataset size, question design, and cross-language speech perception for speech crowdsourcing applications

Hasegawa-Johnson, Mark / Cole, Jennifer / Jyothi, Preethi / Varshney, Lav R.

Page 381

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Pointed and plateau-shaped pitch accents in North Frisian

Niebuhr, Oliver / Hoekstra, Jarich

Page 433

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Frequency effects on the vowel length contrast merger in Seoul Korean

Kang, Yoonjung / Yoon, Tae-Jin / Han, Sungwoo

Page 469

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The private life of stops: VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian

Stuart-Smith, Jane / Sonderegger, Morgan / Rathcke, Tamara / Macdonald, Rachel

Page 505

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