ARTICULATORY PATTERNS OF RUSSIAN DIPHTHONGIZED VOWELS: PILOT MRI INVESTIGATIONстатья

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[1] Kedrova G., Anisimov N., Ushakov V. Articulatory patterns of russian diphthongized vowels: Pilot mri investigation // 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: Book of Abstracts. — University of Glasgow Glasgow, 2015. Paper presents main results of a targeted MRIinvestigation of articulatory patterns of the Russian diphthongised (gliding) vowel phonemes, vowel /ɨ/ first and foremost. The investigation‟s relevance is assured by serious general discordance of opinions discussing articulatory patterns of diphthongised Russian vowel /ɨ/. Our research revealed critical differences in the vowel‟s articulatory dynamic patterns caused by specific role of core articulators in formation of heterogeneity of a speech sound. The first articulatory pattern supports gliding articulation of the vowel /ɨ/ through gradual displacement of tongue root and tongue blade/tongue dorsum towards anterior area of the buccal cavity, the other articulatory pattern is spatially and temporary realized through complex interaction of both tongue transformations and a special mandible articulatory gesture. Such exceptional jaw activity being unknown in common descriptions of the Russian articulatory base would make Russian vowel /ɨ/ a singular item within phonetic system of the Russian language.

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