Sensitivity to change in perception of speech

@article{Kluender2003SensitivityTC,
  title={Sensitivity to change in perception of speech},
  author={Keith R. Kluender and Jeffry A. Coady and Michael Kiefte},
  journal={Speech communication},
  year={2003},
  volume={41 1},
  pages={59-69}
}
Perceptual systems in all modalities are predominantly sensitive to stimulus change, and many examples of perceptual systems responding to change can be portrayed as instances of enhancing contrast. Multiple findings from perception experiments serve as evidence for spectral contrast explaining fundamental aspects of perception of coarticulated speech, and these findings are consistent with a broad array of known psychoacoustic and neurophysiological phenomena. Beyond coarticulation, important… CONTINUE READING

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