About the book series

Studi AISV is a series of collective volumes and monographs dedicated to the sound structure of language and to its interfaces with the other components of grammar and discourse.

The book series is multidisciplinary and open to contributions on all phonetic/phonological aspects of spoken and signed language.

Research areas include speech production, speech acoustics, speech perception, sociophonetic variation and historical change, first and second language acquisition, speech and language disorders, the cognitive and neurobiological bases of speech representations and speech processing, technological applications such as speech synthesis and automatic speech recognition, forensic phonetics, speaker recognition.

Manuscripts are subjected to anonymous peer review processes that ensure the highest quality standards.

The book series publishes collective volumes and monographs. Collective volumes are edited once a year. As for monographs, they will be published according to the order of acceptance of manuscripts to Studi AISV.

All volumes of the book series are freely downloadable from this website.

Current Issue

Vol. 9 (2022): The position of the speaker in interaction
Studi AISV 9

La posizione del parlante nell'interazione: atteggiamenti, intenzioni ed emozioni nella comunicazione verbale [The position of the speaker in interaction: attitudes, intentions, and emotions in verbal communication]

edited by Riccardo Orrico and Loredana Schettino

e-ISBN: 978-88-97657-63-7 [pdf volume]

Please, cite contributions in this volume as in the following example by replacing the bold parts:

Author. 2022. “Article title”. In La posizione del parlante nell'interazione: atteggiamenti, intenzioni ed emozioni nella comunicazione verbale [The position of the speaker in interaction: attitudes, intentions, and emotions in verbal communication], edited by Riccardo Orrico and Loredana Schettino, Studi AISV 9:pagepage. Milan: Officinaventuno. doi:10.17469/O2109AISV0000xx.

Published: 31-12-2022


  • Prefazione

    Iolanda Alfano, Francesco Cutugno
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000000


  • The emergence of lexical and post-lexical prominence in Italian A case study

    Cinzia Avesani, Serena Bonifacio, Giulia Calignano, Valeria D'Aloia, Francesco Olivucci, Mario Vayra, Claudio Zmarich
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000001
  • Narrating complexity Phonetic correlates of narrative complexity in a corpus of Swiss Standard German storytelling

    Francesco Cangemi, Dalila Dipino, Davide Garassino, Stephan Schmid
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000002
  • Comparing dialectal and Italian prosody: the case of Venetian The case of Venetian

    Claudia Crocco, Barbara Gili Fivela, Giuseppe Magistro
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000003
  • Communicative situation and code selection: Italian and dialect in a migrant community

    Margherita Di Salvo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000004
  • Between economy of effort and speech accuracy in hypokinetic dysarthria

    Barbara Gili Fivela, Sonia D'Apolito, Anna Chiara Pagliaro
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000005
  • Italian Teacher Talk A rhythmical-prosodic comparison between L1 and L2 contexts

    Marta Maffia, Massimo Pettorino
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000006
  • Gender influence on phonetic turn-taking cues at potential transition locations in German

    Martina Rossi
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000007
  • The use of Backchannels and other Very Short Utterances by Italian Learners of German

    Simona Sbranna, Simon Wehrle, Martine Grice
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000008
  • A Crosslinguistic Study on Filled Pauses and Prolongations in Italian and Spanish

    Loredana Schettino, Iolanda Alfano, Violetta Cataldo, Giovanni Leo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000009
  • Modeling Hesitations. Speech Synthesis Application and Evaluation

    Loredana Schettino, Antonio Origlia, Giacomo Matrone
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2109AISV000010
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