Researcher interests: Articulatory, acoustic, and perceptional phonetics; Intonation of colloquial Hebrew; Synthesis of Hebrew speech; Phonology and morphology of Hebrew throughout the various generations; Phonotactics; Revival of Hebrew speech; Teaching Hebrew as a foreign language; The use of computers for teaching Hebrew.
FACULTY / SCHOOL: Faculty of Humanities
DEPARTMENT: Hebrew Language
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Selected Publications

voicing in contemporary hebrew in comparison with other languages (1998)| Shofar| Read more
the common is an approximant and not a fricative (1996)| Journal of the International Phonetic Association| Read more
modifications of the ipa chart (1995)| Journal of the International Phonetic Association| Read more
the glottal fricatives (1991)| Journal of the International Phonetic Association| Read more
does the voiced epiglottal plosive exist (1991)| Journal of the International Phonetic Association| Read more
Asher Laufer, thomas baer
the emphatic and pharyngeal sounds in hebrew and in arabic (1988)| Language and Speech| Read more
condax, Asher Laufer
the function of the epiglottis in speech (1981)| Language and Speech| Read more
condax, Asher Laufer
the epiglottis as an articulator (1979)| Journal of the International Phonetic Association| Read more
condax, Asher Laufer
the epiglottis as an articulator (1978)| Journal of the Acoustical Society of America| Read more

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