2007, English, Article edition: An articulatory basis for the Labial-to-Coronal effect: /pata/ seems a more stable articulatory pattern than /tapa/ Rochet-Capellan, Amélie; Schwartz, Jean-Luc

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  • An articulatory basis for the Labial-to-Coronal effect: /​pata/​ seems a more stable articulatory pattern than /​tapa/​
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  • Rochet-Capellan, Amélie
  • Schwartz, Jean-Luc
Published
  • HAL - CCSD
  • 2007
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  • HAL:hal-00176000, version 1
  • HAL:http:/​/​hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/​hal-00176000/​en/​
  • This paper investigates the coordination between the jaw, the tongue tip and the lower lip during repetition with rate increase of Labial-to-Coronal (LaCo) Consonant-Vowel-Consonant-Vowel disyllables (e.g./​pata/​) and Coronal-to-Labial (CoLa) ones (e.g. /​tapa/​) by French speakers. For the two types of disyllables: (1) the speeding process induces a shift from two jaw cycles per disyllable to a single cycle; (2) this shift modifies the coordination between the jaw and the constrictors and (3) comes with a progression towards either a LaCo attractor (e.g. (/​pata/​ or /​tapa/​)->/​patá/​->/​ptá/​) or a CoLa one (e.g. (/​pata/​ or /​tapa/​->/​tapá/​->/​tpá/​). Yet, (4) the LaCo attractor is clearly favored regardless of the initial sequencing. These results are interpreted as evidence that a LaCo CVCV disyllable could be a more stable coordinative pattern for the lip-tongue-jaw motor system than a CoLa one. They are discussed in relation with the so-called LC effect that is the preference for LaCo associations rather than CoLa ones in CV.CV disyllables in both world languages and infants' first words.
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  • HAL:http:/​/​hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/​hal-00157938/​en/​
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