The Perception of Speech: From Sound to Meaning

From Sound to Meaning

Brian Moore, Lorraine Tyler, William Marslen-Wilson

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Humans are unique in being able to convey such complex information using speech, and in the range of ideas, thoughts, and emotions that can be expressed. This crossdisciplinary book explores how the motor gestures of a speaker are transformed to sounds and how those are mapped onto meaning in the comprehension of spoken language.


Einband Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 01.01.2010
Herausgeber Brian Moore, Lorraine Tyler, William Marslen-Wilson
Verlag Oxford University Press
Seitenzahl 360
Maße (L/B/H) 23,6/16/2,3 cm
Gewicht 756 g
Reihe Philosophical Transactions of
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-19-956131-5

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  • 1. Introduction: the perception of speech: from sound to meaning ; 2. Neural representation of spectral and temporal information in speech ; 3. Basic auditory processes involved in the analysis of speech sounds ; 4. Acoustic and auditory phonetics: the adaptive design of speech sound systems ; 5. Early language acquisition: phonetic and word learning, neural substrates, and a theoretical model ; 6. The processing of audio-visual speech: empirical and neural bases ; 7. Listening to speech in the presence of other sounds ; 8. Functional imaging of the audiotry processing applied to speech sounds ; 9. Fronto-temporal brain systems supporting spoken language comprehension ; 10. The fractrionation of spoken language understanding by measuring electrical and magnetic brain signals ; 11. Speech perception at the interface of neurobiology and linguistics ; 12. Neural specializations for speech and pitch: moving beyond the dichotomies ; 13. Language processing in the natural world