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Laboratoire de Phonétique et de Phonologie

Le LPP, Laboratoire de Phonétique et de Phonologie est une Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR 7018) spécialisée dans la recherche et l’enseignement en phonétique expérimentale et en phonologie.

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While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping ...
While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping ...
While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping ...
While any theory of speech behavior must ultimately incorporate the human body, modeling bodies has not been a central program in language research. Thinking about the body in quite tangible terms was once a prominent part of modeling speech motor behavior. Joos’ (1948) model of coarticulation was driven by overlapping ...
Short presentation of the ePGG (Angelique Amelot 2019)
We explore Articulatory phonology, not only as a model of speech motor planning and control, but also as a model of phonological representation and phonological acquisition. The focus of this final session will be looking toward the future to more adequate, truly integrated models. Case study : The structure of ...
We explore how the intellectual underpinnings of experimental phonetics and generative phonology as practiced in the second half of the 20th Century have shaped our understanding of phonological systems. Case study : The structure and realization of nasal-stop sequences in Austronesian (Cohn & Riehl to appear).Optional reading : Cohn, A. ...
How do the sources of variation in sound patterns, traditionally compartmentalized into phonology, phonetics, the lexicon, and sociolinguistics, work together in the production, perception, and understanding of speech ? Case study : The status of schwa in Indonesian (Cohn and Kurniawan, to appear).Optional reading : Cohn, A. C. Fougeron, and ...
The ability to adapt to changing circumstances is necessary for survival. Even within the domain of language, this can be seen. Those who cannot vary their speech routines can fall into habits that degrade the very speech patterns that the inflexible systems would seem to support. Examples come from the ...
At least since the time of William James, the infant’s perceptual world has been held to be a “blooming buzzing confusion.” The ability to learn a language in the midst of this confusion is held to be only slightly less miraculous than birth itself. The infant, however, must be predisposed ...
 
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