Perception of voicing for syllable-initial stops at different intensities: does synchrony capture signal voiceless stop consonants?

@article{Kluender1995PerceptionOV,
  title={Perception of voicing for syllable-initial stops at different intensities: does synchrony capture signal voiceless stop consonants?},
  author={Keith R. Kluender and Andrew J. Lotto and Rick L. Jenison},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1995},
  volume={97 4},
  pages={2552-67}
}
In response to stop consonants with longer F1-cutback duration, the dominant synchronization of mid- and high-CF chinchilla auditory-nerve fibers changes from frequencies near F2 to frequencies near F1 at onset of voicing [D. G. Sinex and L. P. McDonald, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 85, 1995-2004 (1989)]. If this change in neural synchronization is perceptually relevant for human listeners, then it may be predicted that changes in stimulus intensity and changes in the frequency difference between lower… CONTINUE READING