Limited visual control of the intelligibility of speech in face-to-face dialogue.

  title={Limited visual control of the intelligibility of speech in face-to-face dialogue.},
  author={A. H. Anderson and Ellen Gurman Bard and Catherine Sotillo and Alison Newlands and Gwyneth Doherty-Sneddon},
  journal={Perception & psychophysics},
  volume={59 4},
Speakers are thought to articulate individual words in running speech less carefully whenever additional nonacoustic information can help listeners recognize what is said (Fowler & Housum, 1987; Lieberman, 1963). Comparing single words excerpted from spontaneous dialogues and control tokens of the same words read by the same speakers in lists, Experiment 1 yielded a significant but general effect of visual context: Tokens introducing 71 new entities in dialogues in which participants could see… CONTINUE READING
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