Studies in Laboratory Phonology


  • Martine Grice (Chief Editor, University of Cologne, Germany)
  • Doris Mücke (University of Cologne, Germany)
  • Taehong Cho (Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea)

Aims and scope

This series aims to publish high quality books that contribute to a better understanding of linguistic theories of phonetics and phonology. It aims to strengthen the scientific foundation of phonological theory using methods from phonetics and related disciplines, such as psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, computer science and physics. This integrated approach underlines the importance of the relation between qualitative and quantitative aspects of speech and language, as well as the relevance of prosody in its broadest sense.

Editorial board

  • Amalia Arvaniti (University of Kent, UK)
  • Stefan Baumann (University of Cologne, Germany)
  • Marc Brunelle (University of Ottawa, Canada)
  • Gerry Docherty (Griffith University, Australia)
  • Ioana Chitoran (Paris-Diderot, France)
  • Edward Flemming (MIT, USA)
  • Sónia Frota (University of Lisbon, Portugal)
  • Adamantios Gafos, (University of Potsdam, Germany)
  • Tine Mooshammer (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany)
  • Maria-Josep Solé (Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain)
  • Megha Sundara (UCLA, USA)
  • Caroline Smith (University of New Mexico, USA)
  • Marija Tabain (La Trobe University, Australia)
  • Martha Tyrone (Haskins Laboratories, USA)
  • Ruben van de Vijver (Düsseldorf University, Germany)
  • Andrea Weber (University of Tübingen, Germany)




ID Title Number Year
Prosodic detail in Neapolitan Italian
Francesco Cangemi
1 2014
Linguistic variation, identity construction and cognition
Katie K. Drager
2 2015