The Commonest Speech Sounds: Prevalence Rates for Phonemes of the World

2017-07-10T07:30:05Z (GMT) by Suzy Styles
Prevalence rates of speech-sounds across 1672 languages. Data from PHOIBLE Online. Colour scale indicates range from the listed percentage to the next higher percent. Latest version includes updated colours for more-effective lookup.<br><br>A version of this figure first appeared in Styles SJ (2016) ‘Sensory worlds: Multisensory outcomes of sensory tuning to phoneme structure’ Presentation at the 5th Southern African Microlinguistics Workshop, Bloemfontein, South Africa, November 2016.<div><br><div>Full peer-reviewed report can be found in this open access journal article: Styles SJ & Gawne L (2017) 'When does maluma/takete fail? Two key failures and a meta-analysis suggest phonology and phonotactics matter' I-Perception. July-August. 1-17.</div><div>http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/204166951772480</div><div>7<br><br>Data source:<br> <a>Moran, S., McCloy, D., & Wright, R. (2014). PHOIBLE Online. Retrieved 2016-10-06, from Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology </a><a href="http://phoible.org/">http://phoible.org/</a> <br></div></div>