The distinctness of speakers' productions of vowel contrasts is related to their discrimination of the contrasts.

@article{Perkell2004TheDO,
  title={The distinctness of speakers' productions of vowel contrasts is related to their discrimination of the contrasts.},
  author={Joseph S. Perkell and Frank H. Guenther and Harlan Lane and Melanie Matthies and Ellen Stockmann and Mark K. Tiede and Majid Zandipour},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2004},
  volume={116 4 Pt 1},
  pages={2338-44}
}
This study addresses the hypothesis that the more accurately a speaker discriminates a vowel contrast, the more distinctly the speaker produces that contrast. Measures of speech production and perception were collected from 19 young adult speakers of American English. In the production experiment, speakers repeated the words cod, cud, who'd, and hood in a carrier phrase at normal, clear, and fast rates. Articulatory movements and the associated acoustic signal were recorded, yielding measures… CONTINUE READING

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