The recognition of clear speech by adult cochlear implant users


When talkers attempt to speak clearly in response to known perceptual difficulties on the part of the talker, they typically modify their speech patterns to include (amongst other changes) longer and more frequent inter-word pauses, slower speaking rates, less vowel reduction and more salient consonant releases. This clear speech has been shown to be cons i… (More)


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