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    • The effects of syllable and utterance position on tongue shape and gestural magnitude in /l/ and /r/ 

      Lawson, Eleanor; Leplatre, Gregory; Stuart-Smith, Jane; Scobbie, James M. (International Phonetic Association, 2019-08-10)
      This paper is an ultrasound-based articulatory study of the impact of syllable-position and utterance position on tongue shape and tongue-gesture magnitude in liquid consonants in American, Irish and Scottish English. Mixed ...
    • Viewing speech in action: Speech articulation videos in the public domain that demonstrate the sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) 

      Nakai, Satsuki; Beavan, David; Lawson, Eleanor; Leplatre, Gregory; Scobbie, James M.; Stuart-Smith, Jane (Taylor & Francis, 2016-04-11)
      In this article, we introduce recently released, publicly available resources, which allow users to watch videos of hidden articulators (e.g. the tongue) during the production of various types of sounds found in the world's ...
    • 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, ...