Speech Science Primer: Physiology, Acoustics, and Perception of Speech
Williams & Wilkins, 1994 - Speech - 319 pages
Providing a comprehensive view of speech science for beginning speech majors, this text gives a thorough yet understandable look at the production, acoustics and perception of speech. It treats basic areas of speech science, such as basic speech acoustics, instrumentation and speech perception with regard to theories and practical applications.
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