Synchrony capture hypothesis fails to account for effects of amplitude on voicing perception.


Kluender et al. [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 97, 2552-2567 (1995)] reported that overall stimulus amplitude affects perception of the voicing contrast in syllable-initial stops as a function of frequency separation between the first formant (F1) and higher formants (F2, F3). These results were offered as support for a hypothesis that [- voice] could be signaled by… (More)


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