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    • Morphological effects on pronunciation 

      Mousikou, P.; Strycharczuk, Patrycja; Turk, Alice; Rastle, K.; Scobbie, James M. (International Phonetic Association, 2015-08-15)
      Converging, albeit inconsistent, empirical evidence suggests that the morphological structure of a word influences its pronunciation. We investigated this issue using Ultrasound Tongue Imaging in the context of an experimental ...
    • Seeing Speech: an articulatory web resource for the study of phonetics [website] 

      Lawson, Eleanor; Stuart-Smith, Jane; Scobbie, James M.; Nakai, Satsuki; Beavan, David; Edmonds, Fiona; Edmonds, Iain; Turk, Alice; Timmins, Claire; Beck, Janet M.; Esling, John; Leplatre, Gregory; Cowen, Steve; Barras, Will; Durham, Mercedes (University of Glasgow, 2015-04-01)
      Seeing Speech (www.seeingspeech.ac.uk) is a web-based audiovisual resource which provides teachers and students of Practical Phonetics with ultrasound tongue imaging (UTI) video of speech, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) ...
    • Dynamic Dialects: an articulatory web resource for the study of accents [website] 

      Lawson, Eleanor; Stuart-Smith, Jane; Scobbie, James M.; Nakai, Satsuki; Beavan, David; Edmonds, Fiona; Edmonds, Iain; Turk, Alice; Timmins, Claire; Beck, Janet M.; Esling, John; Leplatre, Gregory; Cowen, Steve; Barras, Will; Durham, Mercedes (University of Glasgow, 2015-04-01)
      Dynamic Dialects (www.dynamicdialects.ac.uk) is an accent database, containing an articulatory video-based corpus of speech samples from world-wide accents of English. Videos in this corpus contain synchronised audio, ...
    • Recording speech articulation in dialogue: Evaluating a synchronized double Electromagnetic Articulography setup 

      Geng, Christian C.; Turk, Alice; Scobbie, James M.; Macmartin, Cedric; Hoole, Philip; Richmond, Korin; Wrench, Alan A.; Pouplier, Marianne; Bard, Ellen Gurman; Campbell, Ziggy; Dickie, Catherine; Dubourg, Eddie; Hardcastle, William J.; Kainada, Evia; King, Simon; Lickley, Robin; Nakai, Satsuki; Renals, Steve; White, Kevin; Wiegand, Ronny (Elsevier, 2013-08-28)
      We demonstrate the workability of an experimental facility that is geared towards the acquisition of articulatory data from a variety of speech styles common in language use, by means of two synchronized electromagnetic ...
    • The Edinburgh Speech Production Facility DoubleTalk Corpus 

      Scobbie, James M.; Turk, Alice; Geng, Christian; King, Simon; Lickley, Robin; Richmond, Korin (International Speech Communication Association, 2013-08-25)
      The DoubleTalk articulatory corpus was collected at the Edinburgh Speech Production Facility (ESPF) using two synchronized Carstens AG500 electromagnetic articulometers. The first release of the corpus comprises orthographic ...
    • Development of cue weighting in children's speech perception 

      Mayo, Catherine; Turk, Alice; Watson, Jocelynne (Temporal Integration in the Perception of Speech, 2002)
    • Flexibility of acoustic cue weighting in children's speech perception 

      Mayo, Catherine; Turk, Alice; Watson, Jocelynne (Acoustical Society of America, 2001-05)
      Nittrouer and colleagues [Nittrouer, J. Phonetics 20, 1-32 (1992); Nittrouer and Miller, J Acoust. Soc. Am. 101, 2253-2265 (1997); Nittrouer et al., Percept. Psychophys. 62 (2000)] have found that in identifying certain ...
    • Morphemes, Phonetics and Lexical Items: The Case of the Scottish Vowel Length Rule. 

      Scobbie, James M.; Turk, Alice; Hewlett, Nigel (International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1999)
      We show that, in the Scottish Vowel Length Rule, the high vowels in the sequences /i#d/ and /##d/ are 68% longer than in the tautomorphemic /id/ and /ud/ sequences, while /ai#d/ is only 28% longer than /aid/. There is no ...