An Electropalatographic Study of Alveolar and Palatal Consonants in Catalan and Italian

@article{Recasens1993AnES,
  title={An Electropalatographic Study of Alveolar and Palatal Consonants in Catalan and Italian},
  author={D. Recasens and E. Farnetani and J. Fontdevila and M. D. Pallar{\`e}s},
  journal={Language and Speech},
  year={1993},
  volume={36},
  pages={213 - 234}
}
Electropalatographic data for Catalan and Italian reported in this paper reveal the existence of two categories of palatal consonants, namely, alveolopalatals ([n], [λ]) and palatals proper ([j]). All these consonants are produced with a single place of articulation and thus are not good candidates for complex segments involving a tongue front articulator and a tongue dorsum articulator. A higher degree of coupling between the primary articulator and other tongue regions for alveolopalatals and… Expand
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