[s] and [sh] as a function of linguapalatal contact place and sibilant groove width.

@article{Fletcher1991sA,
  title={[s] and [sh] as a function of linguapalatal contact place and sibilant groove width.},
  author={Samantha Fletcher and Denis Newman},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1991},
  volume={89 2},
  pages={850-8}
}
Sibilant groove place and width were initially examined during [s] [s] in isolation and in CV and VC syllables. The [s] was found to be produced through a 6- to 8-mm-wide groove near the front of the alveolar ridge by one talker and near the back of the ridge by the other. [s] was produced through a 10- to 12-mm groove behind the posterior border of the alveolar ridge by both. In the second experiment three subjects used visual articulatory feedback to vary sibilant groove width and place… CONTINUE READING

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