Acoustic measures of temporal intervals across speaking rates: variability of syllable- and phrase-level relative timing.

@article{Max1997AcousticMO,
  title={Acoustic measures of temporal intervals across speaking rates: variability of syllable- and phrase-level relative timing.},
  author={Lisa Max and Anthony J Caruso},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={1997},
  volume={40 5},
  pages={1097-110}
}
It has been suggested previously that at least some levels of the temporal organization for speech production are characterized by proportional timing. The proportional timing model maintains that the duration of temporal intervals within a sequence would remain proportionally invariant across changes in overall duration of the sequence. In order to test this hypothesis for the acoustic level of speech production, 18 women produced three trials of the utterance "Buy Bobby a poppy" at each of… CONTINUE READING

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