The Temporal Modulation Structure of Infant-Directed Speech

@article{Leong2017TheTM,
  title={The Temporal Modulation Structure of Infant-Directed Speech},
  author={Victoria Leong and Marina Kalashnikova and Denis Burnham and Usha Goswami},
  journal={Open Mind},
  year={2017},
  volume={1},
  pages={78-90}
}
The temporal modulation structure of adult-directed speech (ADS) is thought to be encoded by neuronal oscillations in the auditory cortex that fluctuate at different temporal rates. Oscillatory activity is thought to phase-align to amplitude modulations in speech at corresponding rates, thereby supporting parsing of the signal into linguistically relevant units. The temporal modulation structure of infant-directed speech (IDS) is unexplored. Here we compare the amplitude modulation (AM… CONTINUE READING

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