Articulatory and acoustic adaptation to palatal perturbation.

@article{Thibeault2011ArticulatoryAA,
  title={Articulatory and acoustic adaptation to palatal perturbation.},
  author={Matthew D. Thibeault and Lucie M{\'e}nard and Shari R. Baum and Gabrielle Richard and David H. McFarland},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={129 4},
  pages={
          2112-20
        }
}
Previous work has established that speakers have difficulty making rapid compensatory adjustments in consonant production (especially in fricatives) for structural perturbations of the vocal tract induced by artificial palates with thicker-than-normal alveolar regions. The present study used electromagnetic articulography and simultaneous acoustic recordings to estimate tongue configurations during production of [s š t k] in the presence of a thin and a thick palate, before and after a practice… CONTINUE READING

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