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Exploring Chain Shifts, Mergers, and Near-Mergers as Changes in Progress  

Matthew J. Gordon

Print publication date:
Nov 2015
Online publication date:
Dec 2014
This chapter explores methodological and theoretical issues related to chain shifts and mergers, familiar concepts in historical phonology that have received renewed attention by ... More

Factors Affecting Lay Persons’ Identification Of Speakers  

A. Daniel Yarmey

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Mar 2012
Online publication date:
Nov 2012
A perpetrator speaking over the telephone or one whose face was obscured or disguised are examples of incidents that might lead to testimony on voice identification. Earwitness ... More

Forensic Speaker Comparison: A Linguistic–Acoustic Perspective  

Paul Foulkes and Peter French

Print publication date:
Mar 2012
Online publication date:
Nov 2012
Two of the tasks undertaken in forensic voice and speech analysis are speaker profiling and speaker or voice comparison (or speaker/voice identification). The first task involves an ... More

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