Interspeaker variation in habitual speaking rate: additional evidence.

PURPOSE The purpose of the present study was to test the hypothesis that talkers previously classified by Y.-C. Tsao and G. Weismer (1997) as habitually fast versus habitually slow would show differences in the way they manipulated articulation rate across the rate continuum. METHOD Thirty talkers previously classified by Tsao and Weismer (1997) as having… (More)