Talker differences in clear and conversational speech: vowel intelligibility for normal-hearing listeners.


Several studies have shown that when a talker is instructed to speak as though talking to a hearing-impaired person, the resulting "clear" speech is significantly more intelligible than typical conversational speech. While variability among talkers during speech production is well known, only one study to date [Gagné et al., J. Acad. Rehab. Audiol. 27, 135… (More)


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