Do voice recordings reveal whether a person is intoxicated? A case study.

@article{Johnson1990DoVR,
  title={Do voice recordings reveal whether a person is intoxicated? A case study.},
  author={Keith Johnson and David B. Pisoni and R. H. Bernacki},
  journal={Phonetica},
  year={1990},
  volume={47 3-4},
  pages={215-37}
}
In this report we consider the possibility that speech analysis techniques may be used to determine whether an individual was intoxicated at the time that a voice recording was made, and discuss an analysis of the speech produced by the captain of the Exxon Valdez recorded at several points around the time of the accident at Prince William Sound, Alaska. A review of previous research on the effects of alcohol and other effects on speech production suggests that it may be possible to attribute a… CONTINUE READING
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