Compensation for pitch-shifted auditory feedback during the production of Mandarin tone sequences.

@article{Xu2004CompensationFP,
  title={Compensation for pitch-shifted auditory feedback during the production of Mandarin tone sequences.},
  author={Yi Xu and Charles R. Larson and Jay J. Bauer and T. C. Hain},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={116 2},
  pages={
          1168-78
        }
}
Recent research has found that while speaking, subjects react to perturbations in pitch of voice auditory feedback by changing their voice fundamental frequency (F0) to compensate for the perceived pitch-shift. The long response latencies (150-200 ms) suggest they may be too slow to assist in on-line control of the local pitch contour patterns associated with lexical tones on a syllable-to-syllable basis. In the present study, we introduced pitch-shifted auditory feedback to native speakers of… CONTINUE READING

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