His great ability as a phonetician (he was, I think, the best of them all at his job) would have entitled him to high official recognition, and perhaps enabled him to popularize his subject, but for his Satanic contempt for all academic dignitaries and persons in general who thought more of Greek than of phonetics.
Of the later generations of phoneticians I know little.
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39) In the contemporaneous On Early English Pronunciation, the phonetician
and mathematician Alexander John Ellis described "rhymes to the eye" as a "modern monstrosity.
The latter aspect of Fisiak's study deserves special appreciation since he showed here remarkable meticulousness and the phonetic analysis with all its subtleties and intricacies was done in the times devoid of present-day devices and computer programs which ostensibly make life of a phonetician
Scholars at various stages of their career in different departments at the University of Groningen honor their phonetician
colleague Vincent J.
An interview to the well-known phonetician
Professor John Wells was chosen.
Despite the importance of the prior odds, the forensic phonetician
is usually not provided with all the necessary information to estimate them for the voice evidence.
The only prominent Croatian phonetician
seriously dealing with forensic phonetics is Varosanec-Skaric, who has published several articles on methods and practices in forensic voice identification (14).
Bill's pursuit of graduate degrees and parallel work with the Navy provided unique opportunities: With a research grant from the Office of Naval Research Voice Communication Laboratory, he worked with John Black, "a noted experimental phonetician
," an experience which started his career as a researcher and received his Master's of Science degree in audiology and psychoacoustics.
The researchers found that an area of the brain known as the left pars opercularis - part of the Broca's area, a region of the brain involved in speech production but also in analysing and separating speech sounds - correlated with the amount of training in transcription that a phonetician
The British phonetician
Henry Sweet, one source for Henry Higgins's character, did see a clear boundary between animal noises and human articulations.