Evidence from speech timing patterns for theories of phonology and speech motor control

Alice Turk


This paper presents evidence that challenges intrinsic timing theories of phonology. The evidence supports theories based on symbolic phonological representations, and suggests a phonetic planning component that uses general-purpose timekeeping mechanisms to specify the timing of surface intervals and speech movements.


Cite as

Turk, A. (2016) Evidence from speech timing patterns for theories of phonology and speech motor control. Proc. Speech Prosody 2016, (abstract).

Bibtex
@inproceedings{Turk2016,
author={Alice Turk},
title={Evidence from speech timing patterns for theories of phonology and speech motor control},
year=2016,
booktitle={Speech Prosody 2016}
}