Articulatory-to-acoustic relations in response to speaking rate and loudness manipulations.

  title={Articulatory-to-acoustic relations in response to speaking rate and loudness manipulations.},
  author={Antje S Mefferd and Jordan R. Green},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  volume={53 5},
PURPOSE In this investigation, the authors determined the strength of association between tongue kinematic and speech acoustics changes in response to speaking rate and loudness manipulations. Performance changes in the kinematic and acoustic domains were measured using two aspects of speech production presumably affecting speech clarity: phonetic specification and variability. METHOD Tongue movements for the vowels /ia/ were recorded in 10 healthy adults during habitual, fast, slow, and loud… CONTINUE READING


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