The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology (CHP) contains 25 articles
on research in phonological theory - the study of the
mental representation and computation of speech sounds.
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Corrections: Read and Report
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Visit the Typological Database System Project: Search a variety of phonological databases and enter IPA characters!
To hear an interview with René Kager about metrical phonology and related issues, click here (the interview is in the right-hand column).
The Handbook was published on February 28, 2007. Currently a hardcover version is for sale; a soft cover version and e-book are being planned.
For general phonological online resources, see the Resources page.