The Handbook of Speech Perception
The Handbook of Speech Perception
by Jennifer S. Pardo (Editor), Lynne C. Nygaard (Editor), Robert E. Remez (Editor) and David B. Pisoni (Editor)

A wide-ranging and authoritative volume exploring contemporary perceptual research on speech, updated with new original essays by leading researchers

Speech perception is a dynamic area of study that encompasses a wide variety of disciplines, including cognitive neuroscience, phonetics, linguistics, physiology and biophysics, auditory and… (more)

A wide-ranging and authoritative volume exploring contemporary perceptual research on speech, updated with new original essays by leading researchers

Speech perception is a dynamic area of study that encompasses a wide variety of disciplines, including cognitive neuroscience, phonetics, linguistics, physiology and biophysics, auditory and speech science, and experimental psychology. The Handbook of Speech Perception, Second Edition, is a comprehensive and up-to-date survey of technical and theoretical developments in perceptual research on human speech. Offering a variety of perspectives on the perception of spoken language, this volume provides original essays by leading researchers on the major issues and most recent findings in the field. Each chapter provides an informed and critical survey, including a summary of current research and debate, clear examples and research findings, and discussion of anticipated advances and potential research directions. The timely second edition of this valuable resource:

The Handbook of Speech Perception, Second Edition, is ideal for both specialists and non-specialists throughout the research community looking for a comprehensive view of the latest technical and theoretical accomplishments in the field.

 

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (April 12, 2021)

Page count: 784 pages

File size: 19 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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