An EMMA study of segmental complexity in alveolopalatals and palatalized alveolars.

@article{Recasens1997AnES,
  title={An EMMA study of segmental complexity in alveolopalatals and palatalized alveolars.},
  author={Daniel Recasens and Juli{\'a}n Esparza Romero},
  journal={Phonetica},
  year={1997},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={43-58}
}
The goal of this paper is to test whether the palatal nasal stop [symbol: see text] occurring in several Romance languages, Hungarian and Czech, is a two-gesture, complex segment (produced with a tongue front closure and intentional tongue dorsum raising) or else a one-gesture, simple segment (articulated at the alveoloprepalatal zone with a single tongue portion including the lamina and predorsum). In order to investigate this issue, electromagnetic midsagittal articulometer data were… CONTINUE READING

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