Magnitude-estimation scaling of speech intelligibility: effects of listeners' experience and semantic-syntactic context.

@article{Ellis1991MagnitudeestimationSO,
  title={Magnitude-estimation scaling of speech intelligibility: effects of listeners' experience and semantic-syntactic context.},
  author={Lee W Ellis and Donald Fucci},
  journal={Perceptual and motor skills},
  year={1991},
  volume={73 1},
  pages={295-305}
}
Fifteen speech-language pathologists with extensive experience judging speakers' intelligibility and 15 control subjects with no such previous experience provided magnitude-estimation responses for two sets of nine audiotaped speech samples. These samples were three utterances composed of a group of 17 words that contained all the consonant phonemes of English. These words were arranged to form a set of either meaningful or nonsense utterances. Nine separate versions of both the meaningful and… CONTINUE READING

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