Context Effects in the Auditory Identification of Spanish Fricatives / f / and / O / : Hyper and Hypospeech

@inproceedings{Feij1998ContextEI,
  title={Context Effects in the Auditory Identification of Spanish Fricatives / f / and / O / : Hyper and Hypospeech},
  author={Sergio Feij},
  year={1998}
}
  • Sergio Feij
  • Published 1998
The present study deals with the effect of vocalic contexts on the recognition of Spanish fricatives /f/ and /6/. Two forms of speech (Hypo and Hyperspeech) were considered. The statistical analysis showed that isolated fricative segments were equally recognized in Hypo and Hyperspeech. Including the vowel significantly improved recognition of both fricatives for both forms of speech, except for the combination /f/+/e/. For this particular combination, an acceptable recognition rate is only… CONTINUE READING

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