Discovering consistent word confusions in noise

  title={Discovering consistent word confusions in noise},
  author={Martin Cooke},
Listeners make mistakes when communicating under adverse conditions, with overall error rates reasonably well-pred icted by existing speech intelligibility metrics. However, a det ailed examination of confusions made by a majority of listeners is more likely to provide insights into processes of normal wor d recognition. The current study measured the rate at which ro bust misperceptions occurred for highly-confusable words embedded in noise. In a second experiment, confusions discove red in… CONTINUE READING
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