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Name: Martin  J.  Ball (IPA: [mɑtɪn bɔl])
Institution: Linköping University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Sweden   
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics
Specialty: also Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Welsh
Selected Publications: Books
1. Ball, M. J. (Ed.) (2005) Clinical Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Blackwell.
2. Ball, M. J. and Müller, N. (2005) Phonetics for Communication Disorders. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
3. Ball, M. J. and Gibbon, F. (Eds) (2002) Vowel Disorders. Woburn, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann
4. Ball, M. J. and Lowry, O. (2001) Methods in Clinical Phonetics. London: Whurr.
5. Ball, M. J. and Williams, B.(2001) Welsh Phonetics. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

1. Munro, S., Ball, M. J., Müller, N., Duckworth, M. and Lyddy, F. (2005) The acquisition of Welsh and English phonology in bilingual Welsh-English children. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders, 3, 24-49.
2. Ball, M. J. (2005) A Note on Welsh Demographics following the 2001 Census. Journal of Celtic Language Learning, 9, 5-12.
3. Ball, M. J., Code, C., Tree, J., Dawe, K. and Kay, J. (2004) Phonetic and phonological analysis of prgressive speech degeneration: a case study. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 18, 447-462.
4. Ball, M. J., Manuel, R. and Müller, N. (2004) Deapicalization and Velodorsal Articulation as Learned Behaviors: A Videofluorographic Study. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 20, 153-162.
5. Chung, K., Code, C. and Ball, M. J. (2004) Speech automatisms and recurring utterances from aphasic Cantonese speakers. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders, 2, 32-42.
6. Damico, J. S., Müller, N. and Ball, M. J. (2004) Owning up to Complexity: A Socio-cultural Orientation to ADHD. Seminars in Speech and Language, 25, 277-285.
7. Ball, M. J. (2003) Clinical applications of a cognitive phonology. Phoniatrics, Logopedics, Vocology, 28, 63-69.
8. Ball, M. J., Müller, N. and Damico, H. (2003) Double Onset Syllable Structure in a Speech Disordered Child. Advances in Speech-Language Pathology, 5, 37-40.
9. Nelson, R. and Ball, M. J. (2003) Models of phonology in the education of speech-language pathologists. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 17, 403-409.
10. Ball, M. J. and Rahilly, J. (2002) Transcribing Disordered Speech: the Segmental and Prosodic Layers. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 16, 329-344.
11. Ball, M. J. and Müller, N. (2002) The use of the terms phonetics and phonology in the description of disordered speech. Advances in Speech-Language Pathology, 4, 95-108.
12. Ball, M. J. (2001) On diacritics. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 31, 259-264.
13. Ball, M. J., Müller, N. and Munro, S. (2001) The acquisition of the lateral fricative in Welsh-English bilinguals. Multilingua, 20, 269-284.
14. Ball, M. J., Müller, N. and Munro, S. (2001) The acquisition of the rhotic consonants by Welsh-English bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingualism, 5, 71-86.
15. Ball, M. J., Gracco, V. and Stone, M. (2001) Imaging techniques for the investigation of normal and disordered speech production. Advances in Speech-Language Pathology, 3, 13-24.
16. Ball, M. J., Müller, N. and Munro, S. (2001) Patterns in the acquisition of the Welsh lateral fricative. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 15, 3-7.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Phonetics: The Science of Speech
 Advances in Clinical Phonetics
 The Celtic Languages
 Clinical Sociolinguistics
 Phonetics for Communication Disorders
 The Celtic Languages, Second Edition
 Sociolinguistics Around the World
 The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders
 The Handbook of Clinical Linguistics
 Assessing Grammar
 The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders
 Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics
 Profiling Grammar
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  The Celtic Languages
 Clinical Sociolinguistics
 Phonetics for Communication Disorders
 The Celtic Languages, Second Edition
 Assessing Grammar
 The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders
Dissertation Director * of: Acoustic Properties of Repair Sequences in Dysarthric Conversational Speech: An interactional phonetic study
(Ben Rutter, Author)
Academic Paper Abstract: Response to W. J. Barry & J. Trouvain, Do We Need a Symbol for a Central Open Vowel? JIPA 38 (2008), 349–357.

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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