Catherine Sotillo

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This paper describes a resource for the study of spontaneous speech under stress, a corpus of 216 unscripted task-oriented dialogues conducted by normal Canadian adults in the course of a sleep deprivation experiment under 3 drug conditions. Speakers carried out the route-communication task (see [1]) in alternation with a battery of other tasks over a 6-day(More)
Running speech contains abundant assimilated and phonologically reduced tokens, but there is considerable debate about how such varied pronunciations disrupt access to the corresponding words in listeners' mental lexicons. While previous studies have examined the effects of carefully produced or electronically edited reductions, we present two experiments(More)
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