Dr. Joseph Perkell

Papers in Refereed Journals (In reverse chronological order)





Other Major Publications

  1. Guenther, F. and Perkell, J. (2004). A Neural Model of Speech Production and its Application to Studies of the Role of Auditory Feedback in Speech, in Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech, Eds: B. Maassen, R. Kent, H.F.M. Peters, P. Van Lieshout & W. Hulstijn, Oxford University Press, 29-50.

  2. Perkell, J.S. and Cohen, M.H. (1997). Token-to-token variation of tongue-body vowel targets: The effect of context, in S. Kiritani, H. Hirose & H. Fujisaki (Eds.), Speech Production and Language: In Honor of Osamu Fujimura, pp. 229-249, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

  3. Perkell, J.S. (1997). Articulatory Processes, in W. Hardcastle and J. Laver (eds.) The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, Blackwell, pp. 333-370.

  4. Wilhelms-Tricarico, R. and Perkell, J.S. (1996). Biomechanical and physiologically-based speech modeling, in Progress in Speech Synthesis, J.P.H. van Santen, R.W. Sproat, J.P. Olive and J. Hirshberg (eds.), Springer, New York, pp. 221-234.

  5. Perkell, J.S. (1980). Phonetic features and the physiology of speech production, in Language Production, B. Butterworth (ed.), Academic Press, New York.

  6. Perkell, J.S., Boyce, S.E. & Stevens, K.N. (1979). Articulatory and acoustic correlates of the [s-sh] distinction, Speech Communication Papers, 97th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, J.J. Wolf and D.H. Klatt (eds.), 109-113.

  7. Perkell, J.S. (1979). On the nature of distinctive features: Implications of a preliminary vowel production study, in Frontiers of Speech Communication Research, B. Lindblom and S. Öhman (eds.), Academic Press, London.

  8. Stevens, K.N. and J.S. Perkell (1977). Speech physiology and phonetic features, in Dynamic Aspects of Speech Production, M. Sawashima and F. Cooper (eds.), University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo.

  9. Perkell, J.S. (1977). Articulatory Modeling, phonetic features and speech production strategies, In Articulatory Modeling and Phonetics, R. Carre, R. Descout, and M. Wajskop (eds.), Groupe de la Communication Parlee.

  10. Perkell, J.S. (1990). Testing theories of speech production: Implications of some detailed analyses of variable articulatory data, in Speech Production and Speech Modeling, edited by W.J. Hardcastle and A. Marchal, 263-288 (Kluwer, Dordrecht).

  11. Perkell, J.S. (1981). On the use of feedback in speech production, in The Cognitive Representation of Speech, T. Myers, J. Laver and J. Anderson (eds.), North Holland, New York.