Jean-François Patri

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The remarkable capacity of the speech motor system to adapt to various speech conditions is due to an excess of degrees of freedom, which enables producing similar acoustical properties with different sets of control strategies. To explain how the central nervous system selects one of the possible strategies, a common approach, in line with optimal motor(More)
Speaking involves sequences of linguistic units that can be produced under different sets of control strategies. For instance, a given phoneme can be achieved with different acoustic properties, and a sequence of phonemes can be performed at different speech rates and with different prosodies. How does the Central Nervous System select a specific control(More)
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