Fundamental frequency, intensity, and vowel duration characteristics related to perception of Cantonese alaryngeal speech.

@article{Ng2001FundamentalFI,
  title={Fundamental frequency, intensity, and vowel duration characteristics related to perception of Cantonese alaryngeal speech.},
  author={Manwa L. Ng and Harvey R Gilbert and Jay Lerman},
  journal={Folia phoniatrica et logopaedica : official organ of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics},
  year={2001},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={36-47}
}
Fundamental frequency (F(0)), F(0) contours, vowel duration, and intensity associated with Cantonese alaryngeal speech, and their relation to the perception of meaning were studied. Thirty adult male native Cantonese speakers participated in the study: 10 esophageal, 10 electrolaryngeal, and 10 laryngeal speakers. Results indicated that perceptually, listeners were able to identify what the Cantonese esophageal speakers were saying, particularly for words associated with high-level, low-falling… CONTINUE READING

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