Here is a brief tour:
- HICP (Haptic-integrated Clinical Pronunciation) – The term we use now for the general approach, especially the "clinical" side that focuses on integration into spontaneous speech and systematic, invasive management of homework practice
- HICPR (Haptic-integrated Clinical Pronunciation Research) – The mother blog; can also be "Haptic-integrated Clinical Pronunciation Researcher"
- HPT (Haptic pronunciation teaching) – The other blog
- EHIEP – The application of HICP to English. Each of us really has our own take on that. EHIEP doesn't require haptic video, per se. AH-EPS does. We have been training people at workshops in the non-video-based use of some of the protocols for five years or so.
- AH-EPS (Acton Haptic - English Pronunciation System) – The haptic video system that is coming on the market now.
- HIPOECES (Haptic-integrated Pronunciation for other- and extended circle- English Speakers) Name of the blog when it started in 2010. It made sense at the time . . .
- IAHICPR (International Association of Haptic-integrated Clinical Pronunciation Researchers). Have list of people who will become charter members of that later this fall when I kick it off officially.
- HIC (Haptician-in-Chief) A term referring to me on occasion
- KIT (Keep in touch!) Our favorite sign off.