Vol. 54 No. 2 (2016)
Reviews

<em>Speech Planning and Dynamics</em>, Susanne Fuchs, Melanie Weirich, Daniel Pape and Pascal Perrier eds., and <em>Individual Differences in Speech Production and Perception</em>, Susanne Fuchs, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone and Pascal Perrier eds.

Silvia Calamai
Dipartimento di Scienze della formazione, Scienze umane e della Comunicazione interculturale Università di Siena Viale Cittadini 33 52100 Arezzo (Italy)

Keywords

  • Speech Production and Perception,
  • Review,

Abstract

Susanne Fuchs, Melanie Weirich, Daniel Pape and Pascal Perrier (2012,
eds.), Speech Planning and Dynamics (Speech Production and Perception, 1), Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main-Berlin-Bern-Bruxelles-New York-Oxford-Wien, ISBN 9783631614792, pp. 1-277, € 51,40.

Susanne Fuchs, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone and Pascal Perrier (2015, eds.), Individual Differences in Speech Production and Perception (Speech Production and Perception, 3), Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main-Berlin-Bern-Bruxelles-New York-Oxford-Wien, ISBN 9783631665060, pp. 1-284, € 56.

 

Silvia Calamai
Dipartimento di Scienze della formazione,
Scienze umane e della Comunicazione interculturale
Università di Siena
Viale Cittadini 33
52100 Arezzo (Italy)
silvia.calamai@unisi.it

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