Learning to produce speech with an altered vocal tract: the role of auditory feedback.

  title={Learning to produce speech with an altered vocal tract: the role of auditory feedback.},
  author={Jeffery A. Jones and Kevin G. Munhall},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={113 1},
Modifying the vocal tract alters a speaker's previously learned acoustic-articulatory relationship. This study investigated the contribution of auditory feedback to the process of adapting to vocal-tract modifications. Subjects said the word /tas/ while wearing a dental prosthesis that extended the length of their maxillary incisor teeth. The prosthesis affected /s/ productions and the subjects were asked to learn to produce "normal" /s/'s. They alternately received normal auditory feedback and… CONTINUE READING

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