Greek-IPA keyboard, created by me, lets you insert phonological and phonetic characters of Standard Modern Greek from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). The keyboard contains all the segments of the basic pronunciation of Standard Modern Greek as well as many phonetic symbols.
The 1.0. version is available only for Windows. You can download the software for free by clicking here
To cite the software, you can use the following:
Georgiou, G. P. (2018). Standard Modern Greek-IPA. Version 1.0. [Computer Software]. Retrieved from www.georgiougeorg.com
get_measurements_midpoint.praat: This script automatically extracts to a .txt file sound duration, and pitch and the first three formant frequencies (F1, F2, F3) at midpoint. The results can be easily copy-pasted in an excel file being separated by columns.
get_measurements_3timepoints.praat: This script automatically extracts to a .txt file sound duration, and pitch and the first three formant frequencies (F1, F2, F3) at three time points: 25%, 50%, and 75%. The results can be easily copy-pasted in an excel file being separated by columns.
To cite the scripts, you can use the following:
Georgiou, G. P. (2019). Get measurements Praat scripts [Computer Software]. Retrieved from www.georgiougeorg.com
*To get the scripts, contact the author
Assimilation and discrimination tests
The assimilation test shows how listeners assimilate nonnative (or L2) sounds to their L1 phonological system. Upon listening to a nonnative/L2 sound through the PC loudspeakers, they have to click on the sound that is acoustically similar to the sound they heard. Then, they have to rate the sound by clicking on a number of a Likert-point scale depending on how good exemplar is to the already assigned L1 phonological category.
The AXB discrimination test shows the ability of listeners to discriminate nonnative (or L2) contrasts. They listen to a triad of sounds through the PC loudspeakers, and they have to decide whether the second sound is the same as the first or the third sound by clicking on the appropriate label. These scripts were developed on the basis of those created by Boersma and Weenink (2019) and were modified accordingly.