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Measuring Speech Production - DVD

Maureen Stone

DVD collection containing demonstrations for use in teaching courses on speech acoustics, physiology, and instrumentation. A text booklet describing the demonstrations and bibliographies for additional information is included. Issued in 1993.

Price: DVD format
ASA members - $52, Nonmembers - $75

Speech Perception

Patricia K. Kuhl

This video contains a presentation by Patricia K. Kuhl on Speech Perception. Segments include the following: I. General Introduction to Speech/Language Processing: Academic, Business, and Society Interest in this Topic; Spoken Language Processing; II. Classic Issues in Speech Perception; III. Phonetic Perception; IV. Model of Developmental Speech Perception; V. Cross-modal Speech Perception, Links to Production; VI. Biology and Neuroscience Connections; VII. Summary and Conclusions.

Price: VHS format $30.00

Fifty Years of Speech Communication

The ASA has just released a three-tape set of videos containing lectures by nine distinguished researchers in the field of Speech Communication which were presented in the special session titled "Fifty Years of Research in Speech Communication at the joint ASA/ICA meeting held in Seattle in June 1998. These lectures cover the development of the field of Speech Communication over the last fifty years. Each lecture is approximately 20-minutes in length. Tapes are available in VHS/VCR format.

The following presentations are contained on the tapes:

Fifty-four years in speech research. Gunnar Fant, Dept. of Speech, Music and Hearing, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

Toward models for human production and perception of speech. Kenneth N. Stevens, Research Laboratory of Electronics and Department of EECS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Junctures in speech communication. James L. Flanagan, CAIP Ctr., Rutgers University, Piscataway, New Jersey

Three questions for a theory of speech. Alvin M. Liberman, Haskins Laboratories, New Haven, Connecticut

Speech research at the I. P. Pavlov Institute in Leningrad/St. Petersburg. L. A. Chistovich , Early Intervention Inst., St.Petersburg, Russia; J. M. Pickett, Windy Hill Laboratory, Surry, Maine, and R. J. Porter, Jr., University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana

Speech research from acoustic transmission to gestural analysis. Katherine S. Harris, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, City University of New York, New York, New York

Chasing ideas in phonetics. Peter Ladefoged, Phonetics Laboratory, Linguists Department, UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Language and speech. Victoria Fromkin, Department of Linguists, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, California

Communication between minds: The ultimate goal of speech communication and the target of research for the next half-century. Hiroya Fujisaki, Department of Applied Electronics, Science University of Tokyo, Yamazaki, Noda, Japan

Price: VHS format $30.00

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