Analyse fibroscopique des consonnes sourdes en berbčre
This article deals with laryngeal adjustments during the production of singleton voiceless consonants in Tashlhiyt Berber. It focuses on the influence of place and manner of articulation and effects of position in the word. Results provide evidence that the degree of glottal opening as well as the velocity of abduction-adduction gestures vary according the place of articulation of stops and fricatives and their position in the word. Systematic differences, reflecting a universal tendency, were also observed between stops and fricatives. The specific laryngeal adjustments during the production of uvulars and so-called pharyngeals will be briefly outlined in the discussion.