Mária Gósy

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The mismatch negativity component (MMN) of auditory event-related potentials (ERP) was recorded in four aphasic patients and in age, gender and education matched controls. The MMN changes elicited by tone, vowel, voicing stop consonant and place-of articulation contrasts were recorded over both hemispheres. The results of MMN amplitude, latency and(More)
Many phonetic and phonology domain research papers analyzed segmental duration: what factors and interactions between factors determine their duration. Their results often play an important role in Language Technology applications, for example TTS (text-to-speech synthesis), ASR (automatic speech recognition) widely used in infocommunication. Speech sound(More)
In this paper, a large Hungarian spoken language database is introduced. This phonetically-based multi-purpose database contains various types of spontaneous and read speech from 333 monolingual speakers (about 50 minutes of speech sample per speaker). This study presents the background and motivation of the development of the BEA Hungarian database,(More)
This study explored auditory speech processing and comprehension abilities in 5-8-year-old monolingual Hungarian children with functional articulation disorders (FADs) and their typically developing peers. Our main hypothesis was that children with FAD would show co-existing auditory speech processing disorders, with different levels of these skills(More)
This paper focuses on the internal temporal structure of polysyllabic and polymorphemic Hungarian words produced in spontaneous speech. We assumed that the increasing number of syllables in the words would result in the shortening of stem durations. However, no such changes are expected concerning suffix durations. Results confirmed these assumptions: the(More)