Stroboscopic-cine MRI study of the phasing between the tongue and the larynx in the Korean three-way phonation contrast

@article{Kim2005StroboscopiccineMS,
  title={Stroboscopic-cine MRI study of the phasing between the tongue and the larynx in the Korean three-way phonation contrast},
  author={Hyunsoon Kim and Kiyoshi Honda and Shinji Maeda},
  journal={J. Phonetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={33},
  pages={1-26}
}
The purpose of the present study was to explore the movements of the tongue and the larynx as well as the state of glottal opening during the production of the Korean consonants /t, t, t’, ts, ts, ts’/. Values of displacement for the tongue and vertical larynx movements as well as glottal opening were obtained from midsagittal and transverse data of two native speakers and coronal data from one of the two speakers in our stroboscopic-cine MRI experiments. The results of our MRI data showed two… CONTINUE READING
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