Perceptual normalization for speaking rate III: Effects of the rate of one voice on perception of another

@article{Newman2009PerceptualNF,
  title={Perceptual normalization for speaking rate III: Effects of the rate of one voice on perception of another},
  author={Rochelle S. Newman and James R. Sawusch},
  journal={Journal of phonetics},
  year={2009},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={46-65}
}
Individuals vary their speaking rate, and listeners use the speaking rate of precursor sentences to adjust for these changes (Kidd, 1989). Most of the research on this adjustment process has focused on situations in which there was only a single stream of speech over which such perceptual adjustment could occur. Yet listeners are often faced with environments in which multiple people are speaking simultaneously. Each of these voices provides speaking rate information. The challenge for the… CONTINUE READING
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