Lip-jaw and tongue-jaw coordination during rate-controlled syllable repetitions.

@article{Hertrich2000LipjawAT,
  title={Lip-jaw and tongue-jaw coordination during rate-controlled syllable repetitions.},
  author={Ingo Hertrich and Hermann Ackermann},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2000},
  volume={107 4},
  pages={2236-47}
}
The present study investigated the relationship between functionally relevant compound gestures and single-articulator component movements of the jaw and the constrictors lower lip and tongue tip during rate-controlled syllable repetitions. In nine healthy speakers, the effects of speaking rate (3 vs 5 Hz), place of articulation, and vowel type during stop consonant-vowel repetitions (/pa/, /pi/, /ta/, /ti/) on the amplitude and peak velocity of differential jaw and constrictor opening-closing… CONTINUE READING

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