Louis Goldstein : Selected Publications

Selected Publications


  • Nam, H., Goldstein, L., & Saltzman, E. (2009). Self-organization of syllable structure: a coupled oscillator model. In F. Pellegrino, E. Marisco, & I. Chitoran, (Eds.). Approaches to phonological complexity. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. [pdf]
  • Saltzman, E., Nam, H., Krivokapic, J., & Goldstein, L. (2008). A task-dynamic toolkit for modeling the effects of prosodic structure on articulation. In P. A. Barbosa, S. Madureira, & C. Reis,  (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Speech Prosody (Speech Prosody 2008), Campinas, Brazil. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L. & Rubin, P. (2007). Speech - Dances of the Vocal Tract. Odyssey Magazine, v.16:no.1, pp. 14-15. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L., Byrd, D., and Saltzman, E. (2006) The role of vocal tract gestural action units in understanding the evolution of phonology. In M. Arbib (Ed.) From Action to Language: The Mirror Neuron System. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 215-249. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L. & Fowler, C.A. (2003). Articulatory phonology: A phonology for public language use.  In Schiller, N.O. & Meyer, A.S. (eds., Phonetics and Phonology  in Language Comprehension and Production, pp. 159-207. Mouton de Gruyter. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L. (2003). Emergence of discrete gestures. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.  Barcelona, Spain.August 3-9, 2003. Universitat Auto`noma de Barcelona [pdf]
  • Browman, C.P. & Goldstein, L. (2000). Competing constraints on intergestural coordination and self-organization of phonological structures. Bulletin de la Communication Parlée, no5, p.25-34. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P. & Goldstein, L. (1995). Gestural syllable position effects in American English. In F. Bell-Berti and L. J. Raphael (Eds., Producing Speech: Contemporary Issues. For Katherine Safford Harris. AIP Press: Woodbury, NY. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P. & Goldstein, L. (1995). In Robert F. Port and Timothy Van Gelder (eds., Mind in Motion: Explorations in the Dynamics of Cognition.  Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, pp. 175-193. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1994). “Targetless” schwa: an articulatory analysis. In G. J. Docherty & D. R. Ladd (eds.) Papers in Laboratory Phonology II Gesture, Segment, Prosody. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (pp.26-67). [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1992). Articulatory Phonology: An Overview. Phonetic, 49, 155-180. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1992). Response to Commentaries. Phonetic, 49, 222-234. [pdf]
  •  Browman, C. P.,& Goldstein, L. (1991). Tiers in articulatory phonology, with some implications for casual speech. In J. Kingston and M. E. Beckman (eds, Papers in Laboratory Phonology I: Between the Grammar and the Physics of Speech. Cambridge, U. K.: Cambridge University Press. (pp.341-376). [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1990). Articulatory gestures as phonological units. Phonology, 6, 201-251. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1990). Gestural specification using dynamically-defined articulatory structures. Journal of Phonetics, 18, 299-320. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1990). Representation and reality: physical systems and phonological structure. Journal of Phonetics, 18, 411-424. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L. (1989). On the domain of the quantal theory. Journal of Phonetics, 17, 91-97. 12 [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1988). Some Notes on Syllable Structure in Articulatory Phonology. Phonetica, 45, 140-155. [pdf]
  • Boyce, S., Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. (1987). Lexical Organization and Welsh Consonant Mutations. Journal of Memory and Language, 26, 419-452. [pdf]
  • Beddor, P. S, Krakow, R. A., & Goldstein, L. M. (1986). Perceptual constraints and phonological change: a study of nasal vowel height. Phonology Yearbook 3, 197-217. [pdf]
  • Browman, C. P., & Goldstein, L. M. (1986). Towards an articulatory phonology. Phonology Yearbook, 3, 219-252. [pdf]
  • Goldstein, L., & Browman, C. P. (1986) Representation of voicing contrasts using articulatory gestures. Journal of Phonetics, 14, 339-342. [pdf]