Speaker identity and spectral influences on word recognition


Listeners are quicker responding to a word the second time it is heard, but this effect is reduced when the word is repeated by a different speaker. Is this reduction related to the auditory dissimilarity between different voices, or does it result from top-down effects associated with perceived speaker changes? To investigate this, listeners were presented… (More)


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@inproceedings{Barreda2015SpeakerIA, title={Speaker identity and spectral influences on word recognition}, author={Santiago Barreda and Georgia Zellou}, booktitle={ICPhS}, year={2015} }