Roles of voice onset time and F0 in stop consonant voicing perception: effects of masking noise and low-pass filtering.

@article{Winn2013RolesOV,
  title={Roles of voice onset time and F0 in stop consonant voicing perception: effects of masking noise and low-pass filtering.},
  author={Matthew B. Winn and Monita Chatterjee and William J. Idsardi},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2013},
  volume={56 4},
  pages={
          1097-107
        }
}
PURPOSE The contributions of voice onset time (VOT) and fundamental frequency (F0) were evaluated for the perception of voicing in syllable-initial stop consonants in words that were low-pass filtered and/or masked by speech-shaped noise. It was expected that listeners would rely less on VOT and more on F0 in these degraded conditions. METHOD Twenty young listeners with normal hearing identified modified natural speech tokens that varied by VOT and F0 in several conditions of low-pass… CONTINUE READING
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