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Tongue-palate contact patterns for Croatian alveolar fricatives / Liker, Marko ; Horga, Damir ; Mildner, Vesna.

By: Liker, Marko.
Contributor(s): Mildner, Vesna [aut] | Horga, Damir [aut].
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 262-263 str.Other title: Tongue-palate contact patterns for Croatian alveolar fricatives [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 6.03 | electropalatography, contact patterns, alveolar fricatives eng In: The 13th Meeting of the International Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics Association (23.-26.06.2010. ; Oslo, Norveška) The 13th Meeting of the International Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics Association str. 262-263Summary: Characteristics of tongue-palate contacts are necessary for a complete physiological description of speech sounds. Electropaltographic specification of alveolar fricatives in Croatian is aimed at providing speech therapists with normative data about the range of acceptable productions of /s/ and /z/ in adult speaker of Croatinan. Results show that Croatian /s/ and /z/ are alveolar and not dental as previously reported. Also, /s/ and /z/ are articulated with a high degree of tongue-palate contact symmetry. The comparison between the voiced and the voiceless counterpart being significantly longer. The difference between voiced and voiceless is also found in the total contact, with /z/ having more contact in the anterior four rows of electrodes, while /s/ having more contact in the posterior four rows of electrodes. Normal variability for each variable is quantified.
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Characteristics of tongue-palate contacts are necessary for a complete physiological description of speech sounds. Electropaltographic specification of alveolar fricatives in Croatian is aimed at providing speech therapists with normative data about the range of acceptable productions of /s/ and /z/ in adult speaker of Croatinan. Results show that Croatian /s/ and /z/ are alveolar and not dental as previously reported. Also, /s/ and /z/ are articulated with a high degree of tongue-palate contact symmetry. The comparison between the voiced and the voiceless counterpart being significantly longer. The difference between voiced and voiceless is also found in the total contact, with /z/ having more contact in the anterior four rows of electrodes, while /s/ having more contact in the posterior four rows of electrodes. Normal variability for each variable is quantified.

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