Rhythmic versus phonemic interference in delayed auditory feedback.

@article{Kaspar2011RhythmicVP,
  title={Rhythmic versus phonemic interference in delayed auditory feedback.},
  author={Kai Kaspar and Hartmut R{\"u}beling},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2011},
  volume={54 3},
  pages={932-43}
}
PURPOSE Delayed auditory feedback (DAF) of a speaker's voice disturbs normal speech production. Various traditional theories assume that the content of the delayed feedback signal interferes with the actual production of a particular speech unit (phonemic content hypothesis). The displaced rhythm hypothesis as an alternative explanation suggests that speech disturbances arise from a disruptive rhythm that is produced by the delayed speech signal. The present experimental study directly… CONTINUE READING

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