Cross-language differences of articulation rate and its transfer into Japanese as a second language.

Abstract

Recently, the articulation rate has been attracting attention in forensic speech investigation as an acoustic feature that varies across speakers, dialects, and languages. The present study investigates how cross-language differences in the articulation rate are transferred into Japanese as a second language. Participants were speakers of Japanese, Chinese… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2015.01.029

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@article{Amino2015CrosslanguageDO, title={Cross-language differences of articulation rate and its transfer into Japanese as a second language.}, author={Kanae Amino and Takashi Osanai}, journal={Forensic science international}, year={2015}, volume={249}, pages={116-22} }