Direct magnitude estimates of speech intelligibility in dysarthria: effects of a chosen standard.

@article{Weismer2002DirectME,
  title={Direct magnitude estimates of speech intelligibility in dysarthria: effects of a chosen standard.},
  author={Gary Weismer and Jacqueline S. Laures},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2002},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={
          421-33
        }
}
Direct magnitude estimation (DME) has been used frequently as a perceptual scaling technique in studies of the speech intelligibility of persons with speech disorders. The technique is typically used with a standard, or reference stimulus, chosen as a good exemplar of "midrange" intelligibility. In several published studies, the standard has been chosen subjectively, usually on the basis of the expertise of the investigators. The current experiment demonstrates that a fixed set of sentence… CONTINUE READING

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