Production and perception of clear speech in Croatian and English.

  title={Production and perception of clear speech in Croatian and English.},
  author={Rajka Smiljanic and Ann R. Bradlow},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={118 3 Pt 1},
Previous research has established that naturally produced English clear speech is more intelligible than English conversational speech. The major goal of this paper was to establish the presence of the clear speech effect in production and perception of a language other than English, namely Croatian. A systematic investigation of the conversational-to-clear speech transformations across languages with different phonological properties (e.g., large versus small vowel inventory) can provide a… CONTINUE READING
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