Empirical approaches to the phonological structure of words / edited by Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth and Richard Wiese.

  • Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2018]
  • ©2018
vi, 277 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.


  • Linguistische Arbeiten (Max Niemeyer Verlag) ; 567. [More in this series]
  • Linguistische Arbeiten, 0344-6727 ; volume 567
Summary note
"One of the basic grammatical categories in linguistics is the phonological word. But how are words made up in terms of their sounds? And how is the information on the sound structure of words used in the processing of words? This volume brings together scholars interested in the complex relations of the phonological word, applying different empirical approaches."-- Back cover.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The word in phonology : questions and answers / Christiane Ulbrich, Alexander Werth, Richard Wiese
  • The phonological word in German : Insights from an acoustic-phonetic study of complex words / Pia Bergmann
  • (Non-)separation of words in early medieval Irish and German manuscripts and the concept "word" / Dagmar Bronner, Nathanael Busch, Jürg Fleischer, Erich Poppe.
  • Word-profiling strategies in Central Catalan, Itunyoso Trique, and Turkish / Javier Caro Reina
  • The morphology-prosody interface in typically developing and language-impaired populations / Ulrike Domahs, Frank Domahs, Christina Kauschke
  • Schwa optionality and the prosodic shape of words and phrases / Gerrit Kentner
  • Phonotactic principles and exposure in second language processing / Christiane Ulbrich, Richard Wiese
  • The interaction of vowel quantity and tonal cues in cognitive processing: An MMN-study concerning dialectal and standard varieties / Alexander Werth, Marie Josephine Rocholl, Karen Henrich, Manuela Lanwermeyer, Hanni Th. Schnell, Ulrike Domahs, Joachim Herrgen, Jürgen Erich Schmidt
  • The role of phonological structure in speech segmentation by infants and adults: a review and methodological considerations / Natalie Boll-Avetisyan
  • Neural bases of phonological representations: Empirical approaches and methods / Mathias Scharinger.
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