Publications of Dr. Martin Rothenberg:
The Breath-Stream Dynamics of Simple-Released-Plosive Production



1. AGOSTINI, E. and FENN, W.O.: Velocity of muscle shortening as a limiting factor in respiratory air flow; in Studies in Pulmonary Physiology Mechanics, Chemistry, and Circulation of the Lung, Vol.I, October, 1963, Biomedical Laboratory, Wright- Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, Technical Documentary Report No.AMRL-TDR- 63-103 (I), pp.7-11.

2. ATTINGER, E.O. and SEGAL, M.S.: Mechanics of breathing. I. The physical properties of the lung. Amer.Rev.Resp.Dis.80: 38-45 (1959).

3. ATTINGER, E.O. and SEGAL, M.S., Mechanics of breathing. II. The respiratory work. Amer.Rev.Resp.Dis.80: 46-52 (1959).

4. BERANEK, L.L.: Acoustics (McGraw-Hill, New York 1954).

5. BOURNE, G.H. (editor) : The Structure and Function of Muscle, Vol.2, (Academic Press, New York 1960).

6. BULLER, A. J. and LEWIS, D. M. : The rate of tension development in isometric tetanic contractions of mammalian fast and slow skeletal muscle. J. Physiol., Lond. 176: 337-354 (1965a).

7. BULLER, A. J. and LEWIS, D. M. : Further observations on the differentiation of skeletal muscles in the kitten hind limb. J. Physiol., London 176: 355-370 ( 1965b ) .

8. CAMPBELL, E. J. : The Respiratory Muscles and the Mechanics of Breathing (Lloyd- Luke, London 1958).

9. CHIBA, T. and KAJIYAMA, M.: The Vowel - Its Nature and Structure (Phonetic Society ofJapan, Tokyo 1941).

10. COOKER, H. S. : Time relationships of chest wall movements and intra-oral pressures during speech. Doctoral Dissertation, State University of Iowa (1963).

11. COOPER, S. and EaGLES, J.C.: The isometric responses of mammalian muscles. J. Physiol., Lond.69: 377-385 (1930).

12. DRAPER, M.H.; LADEFOGED, P. and WHITERIDGE, D.: Respiratory muscles in speech.J. Speech Hear. Res. 2: 16-27 (1959).

13. DUBOIS, A.B.; BRODY, A.W.; LEWIS, D.H. and BURGESS, Jr., B.F.: Oscillation mechanics of lungs and chest in man. J.Appl.Physiol.8: 587-594 (1956).

14. EBLEN, JR. R. E. : Limitations on use of surface electromyography in studies of speech breathing. J. Speech Hear. Res. 6: 3-18 (1963).

15. ERNST, J.: Biophysics of the Striated Muscle (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest 1963).

16. FANT, C. G. M. : Acoustic Theory of Speech Production: With Calculations Based on X-Ray Studies of Russian Articulations (Mouton, 's-Gravenhage 1960).

17. FANT, C.G.M.; LINDBLOM, B. and MARTONY, J.; Spectrograms of Swedish Stops, Speech Transmission Laboratory, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, Quarterly Progress and Status Report, Number 3, October 15, 1963.

18. FISCHER-JORGENSEN, E. ; Beobachtungen uber den Zusammenhang zwischen Stimmhaftigkeit und Intraoralem Luftdruck. Z. Phonetik 16: 19-36 (1963).

19. FISCHER-JORGENSEN, E. and TYBJAERG HANSEN, A.: An electrical manometer and its use in phonetic research. Phonetica 4: 43-53 (1959).

20. FLANAGAN, J. L.: Some properties of the glottal sound source. J. Speech Hear. Res.l: 99-116 (1958).

21. FUJIMURA, 0.: Bilabial stops and nasal consonants. A motion picture study and its acoustical Implications. J. Speech Hear. Res. 4: 233-247 ( 1961).

22. Goss, C.M.: Gray's Anatomy (Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia 1959).

23. GRANT, J.C.B.: An Atlas of Anatomy (Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore 1962).

24. RAN, M. and WEITZMAN, R.S. : Studies in the phonology of Asian languages. III. Acoustic characteristics of Korean stop consonants. Office of Naval Research, Technical Report, April, 1965, NR 049-183, Nonr 228 (28).

25. HAUGEN, B.: The phonemics of modern Icelandic. Language 34: 55-88 (1958).

26. HOSHIKO, M. S. : Sequence of action of breathing muscles during speech. J. Speech Hear. Res. 3: 291-297 (1960).

27. HUDGINS, C. V. and STETSON, R. H. : Voicing of consonants by depression of the larynx. Arch. neerl. Phon. exp. 11: 1-28 (1935).

28. ISSHIKI, N. and RINGEL, R. : Air flow during the production of selected consonants. J. Speech Hear. Res. 7: 233-244 (1964).

29. KAISER, L. : Contribution to the description of stops in the Sumbanese language. Arch- Neerl. Phon.10: 58-64 (1934).

30. KANEKO, N. : An experimental observation and phonetic analysis of opposite consonants such as /p/ /b/, Study of Sounds (Phonetic Society of Japan) 9: 53-64 (1961).

31. LADEFOGED, P.: The regulation of subglottal pressure. Folia phoniat. 12: 169-175 (1960).

32. LADEFOGED, P. : Subglottal activity during speech. Proc. 4th Int. Congr. Phon. Sci., Helsinki 1961 (edited by A.SOVIJARVI and P. AALTO), pp.73-91 (Mouton, The Hague 1962).

33. LADEFOGED, P. : Some physiological parameters in speech. Language and Speech 6: 109-119 (1963).

34. LADEFOGED, P. : A Phonetic Study of West African Languages. West African Language Monograph, Series 1 (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1964).

35. LADEFOGED, P. and MCKINNEY, N.P.: Loudness, sound pressure, and subglottal pressure in speech. J.Acoust.Soc.Amer.35: 454-460 (1963).

36. LEHISTE, I. and PETERSON, G. E. : Transitions, glides, and diphthongs. J. Acoust. Soc Amer.33: 268-277 (1961).

37. LISKER, L. : Closure duration and the intervocalic voiced-voiceless distinction in English. Language 33: 42-49 (1957).

38. LISKER, L. and ABRAMSON, A. S. : A cross-language study of voicing in initial stops : Acoustical measurements. Word 20: 384-422 (1964).

39. MALECOT, A. : An experimental study of force of articulation. Studia Linguist.9: 35-44 (1955).

40. MARTENSSON, A. and SKOGLUND, C. R. : Contraction properties of intrinsic laryngeal muscles. Acta Physiol. Scand.60: 318-336 (1964).

41. MARTIN, S.B.: Korean phonemics. Language 27: 519-533 (1951).

42. MUSEHOLD, A. : Akustik und Mechanik der menschlichen Stimmorgane (Springer , Berlin 1913).

43. NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES: Handbook of Physiology (Saunders, Philadelphia 1958).

44. OPIE, L.H.; SPALDING, J.M.K. and STOTT, F.D.: Mechanical properties of the chest during intermittent positive-pressure respiration. Lancet 1: 545-550. ( 1959)

45. PERKELL, J. S. : Studies of the dynamics of speech production, Quarterly Progress Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Research Laboratory of Electronics, Number 76, January 15, 1965, pp.253-257.

46. PETERSON, G.E.: Breath stream dynamics; in KAISER'S Manual of Phonetics, pp. 139-148 (North-Hol1and Publishing Company, Amsterdam 1957).

47. PETERSON, G.E. : Requirements for a phonetic theory. Phonetica 11: 228-236 (1964).

48. PETERSON, G.E. and SHOUP, J.E.: A physiological theory of phonetics. J. Speech Hear. Res. 9: 5-67 (1966).

49. PIERCE, D.S. and WAGMAN, I.H.: A method of recording from single muscle fibers or motor units in human skeletal muscles. J.appl.Physiol.19: 366-368 (1964).

50. PIKE, K. L. : Phonetics, A Critical Analysis of Phonetic Theory and a Technic for the Practical Description of Sounds (The U niversity of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor 1943).

51. ROSENBLUETH, A. and RUBIO, R. : The velocity of shortening of striated muscles. Arch.Int.Physiol.67: 705-717 (1959).

52. ROSENBLUETH, A. and RUBIO, R. : Tetanic summation in isotonic and isometric responses. 165-180 (1960).

53. RUCH, T.C. and FULTON, J.F. (editors) : Neurophysiology (Saunders, Philadelphia 1961).

54. STETSON, R.H.: Motor Phonetics, 2nd ed. (North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam 1951).

55. STEVENS, K. N. : Stop Consonants, Quarterly Report, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Acoustics Laboratory, October-December, 1956, pp.7-8.

56. SWAN, H.J.C. and McLEAN, K.H.: The dynamics of normal pulmonary circulation; in GORDON'S Clinical Cardiopulmonary Physiology, 2nd ed. (Grune and Stratton, Ne\v York 1960).

57. VAN DEN BERG, Jw.: Direct and indirect determination of the mean subglottic pressure. Folia phoniat.8: 1-24 (1956).

58. VAN DEN BERG, Jw.: Subglottal pressures and vibrations of the vocal folds. Folia phoniat.9: 65-71 (1957).

59. VAN DEN BERG, Jw.: An electrical analogue of the trachea, lungs and tissues. Acta physiol.pharmacol.neerl.9: 361-385 (1960).

60. VAN DEN BERG, Jw.: ZANTEMA, J. T. and DOORNENBAL, JR.P.: On the air resistance and the Bernoulli effect of the human larynx. J.Acoust.Soc.Amer.29: 626-631 (1937).

61. WOLTER, H. : On preaspirated stops in a Norwegian dialect. Proc. 5th Int. Congr . Phon. Sci., Munster 1964 (Karger, Base11963).

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