Richard A. Wright
Individual and joint projects on selected topics in theoretical and experimental phonetics. Topics may include articulatory timing, the phonetics phonology interface, and constraints and constraint interaction. Prerequisite: LING 450 or LING 452. Offered: Sp.
Winter 2006 This seminar covers advanced topics in speech perception and speech production as they relate to social and lexical factors.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Seminar lecture and lab.
Previous coursework in phonetic theory, acoustic phonetics, sociolinguistics, and experimental design. Basics will not be reviewed. A familiarity with basic statistical concepts recommended.
Class assignments and grading
readings, term project
class participation, term project: library research, experimental design, measurement, analysis of data