A Cineradiographic Study of Static and Dynamic Aspects of American English /r/

@article{Zawadzki1980ACS,
  title={A Cineradiographic Study of Static and Dynamic Aspects of American English /r/},
  author={P. Zawadzki and D. Kuehn},
  journal={Phonetica},
  year={1980},
  volume={37},
  pages={253 - 266}
}
Abstract High speed cineradiograms were used to examine the articulatory characteristics associated with selected allophones of American English /r/. Only one of the three speakers produced a ‘retroflexed’ /r/ with a raised tongue apex. The other speakers produced a ‘bunched’ /r/ characterized by a raising of the tongue dorsum. Two basic types of /r/ were observed for all three speakers: (1) prevocalic /r/, which initiated a syllable, and (2) post-vocalic /r/, which terminated a syllable or… Expand
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