Principles of Experimental Phonetics

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Chapter 14
Instrumentation for the
Study of Speech Physiology
Maureen Stone Chapter Outline
Introduction
Point-Tracking Measurements of the Vocal Tract
Electromagnetic Midsagittal Articulometer
X-ray Microbeam
Strain Gauges
Optotrak
Imaging Techniques
X-ray
Xeroradiography
Tomography
Computed Tomography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Ultrasound
Measurement of Complex Behaviors
Electropalatography
Electromyography
Inductance and Impedance Measures of Respiration and Phonation
Electroglottography
Respiration Measures
Applications
Speech Disorders
Vocal Tract Models
Motor Control
Speech Synthesis and Speech Recognition
Future Research and Unresolved Issues Clinical Use of Instrumentation
Modeling the Vocal Tract in Three Dimensions
Understanding Articulator Motion and Cross-Dependence
Summary
Key Terms
alternating magnetic field 497
artifact 499
coarticulation 511
electrostatically charged 502
fleshpoint 497
formant 504
genioglossus 507
glossometry 504
imaging techniques 496
interface 507
orbicularis oris 511
piezoelectric crystal 507
point-tracking techniques 497
projection x-ray 502
radio waves 503
strain gauge 499
tomograph 502
transducer 496

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