Perceptual adaptation to sinewave-vocoded speech across languages.

@article{Bent2011PerceptualAT,
  title={Perceptual adaptation to sinewave-vocoded speech across languages.},
  author={Tessa Bent and Jeremy L. Loebach and Lawrence Phillips and David B. Pisoni},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={1607-16}
}
Listeners rapidly adapt to many forms of degraded speech. What level of information drives this adaptation, however, remains unresolved. The current study exposed listeners to sinewave-vocoded speech in one of three languages, which manipulated the type of information shared between the training languages (German, Mandarin, or English) and the testing language (English) in an audio-visual (AV) or an audio plus still frames modality (A + Stills). Three control groups were included to assess… CONTINUE READING