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. 8 (2021): Speaker individuality in phonetics and speech sciences
Studi AISV 8

L’individualità del parlante nelle scienze fonetiche: applicazioni tecnologiche e forensi [Speaker individuality in phonetics and speech sciences: speech technology and forensic applications]

edited by Camilla Bernardasci, Dalila Dipino, Davide Garassino, Stefano Negrinelli, Elisa Pellegrino and Stephan Schmid

e-ISBN: 978-88-97657-54-5 [pdf volume]

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

Author. 2021. “Article title”. In L’individualità del parlante nelle scienze fonetiche: applicazioni tecnologiche e forensi [Speaker individuality in phonetics and speech sciences: speech technology and forensic applications], edited by Camilla Bernardasci, Dalila Dipino, Davide Garassino, Stefano Negrinelli, Elisa Pellegrino and Stephan Schmid, Studi AISV 8:pagepage. IT: Officinaventuno. doi:10.17469/O2108AISV0000xx.

Published: 31-12-2021


  • Preface

    Camilla Bernardasci, Dalila Dipino, Davide Garassino, Stefano Negrinelli, Elisa Pellegrino, Stephan Schmid
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000000


  • Forensic Transcription Legal and scientific perspectives

    Helen Fraser
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000001
  • Ear-catching versus eye-catching? Some developments and current challenges in earwitness identification evidence

    Kirsty Kirsty McDougall
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000002
  • Collection and analysis of multi-condition audio recordings for forensic automatic speaker recognition

    Katharina Klug, Michael Jessen, Yosef A. Solewicz, Isolde Wagner
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000003
  • Seeing the trees in the forest Diagnosing individual performance with acoustic data in likelihood ratio based forensic voice comparison

    Justin J.H. Lo
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000004
  • Discriminating speakers using perceptual clustering interface

    Benjamin O’Brien, Christine Meunier, Alain Ghio, Corinne Fredouille, Jean-François Bonastre, Carolanne Guarino
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000005
  • Gender bias in voice recognition An i- and x-vector-based gender-specific automatic speaker recognition study

    Thayabaran Kathiresan
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000006
  • A new concept of “voiceprint” as identification and rehabilitation tool

    Marco Farinella, Marco Carnaroglio, Fabio Cian
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000007
  • Italian monozygotic twins’ speech A preliminary forensic investigation

    Alice Albanesi, Sonia Cenceschi, Chiara Meluzzi, Alessandro Trivilini
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000008
  • A cross-linguistic study of between-speaker variability in intensity dynamics in L1 and L2 spontaneous speech

    Carolina Lins Machado
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000009
  • The notion of speaker individuality and the reporting of conclusions in forensic voice comparison

    Angelika Braun
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000010
  • Judge or defendant? Implicit prosody and the resolution of global syntactic ambiguities

    Salvatore Gianninò, Cinzia Avesani, Giuliano Bocci, Mario Vayra
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000011
  • Towards a multidimensional approach to intonation The analysis of questions in Genoese

    Davide Garassino, Dalila Dipino, Francesco Cangemi
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000012
  • Hesitations and individual variability in Italian tourist guides’ speech

    Loredana Schettino, Simon Betz, Francesco Cutugno, Petra Wagner
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000013
  • The production and perception of surprise

    Glenda Gurrado
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000014
  • Evaluating prosodic cues in Italian The use of a Telegram chatbot as a CALL tool for Italian L2 learners

    Valentina De Iacovo, Marco Palena, Antonio Romano
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000015
  • Gaming variables in linguistic research Italian scale validation and a Minecraft pilot study

    Duccio Piccardi, Fabio Ardolino
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000016
  • Dynamics of short-term cross-dialectal accommodation A study on Grison and Zurich German

    Elisa Pellegrino
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000017
  • Identity-making roots and linguistic maintenance The case of a group of heritage speakers of Calabrian origin

    Manuela Frontera
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000018
  • Accuracy, context and co-text in Italian L2 speech The production of affricates by French learners

    Sonia D’Apolito, Barbara Gili Fivela
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000019
  • Teaching Italian pronunciation to children and non-native speakers in the 1960s

    Cecilia Valentini, Silvia Calamai
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000020
  • A 3D model of linguopalatal contact for virtual reality biofeedback

    Chiara Bertini, Paola Nicoli, Niccolò Albertini, Chiara Celata
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000021
  • Coarticulation and VOT in an Italian child from 18 to 48 months of age

    Claudio Zmarich, Anna Rosa Biondi, Serena Bonifacio, Maria Grazia Busà, Benedetta Colavolpe, Mariavittoria Gaiotto, Francesco Olivucci
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.17469/O2108AISV000022
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