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Tone Splits and Voicing Shifts in Thai: Phonetic Plausibility*

@inproceedings{Abramsont1992ToneSA,
  title={Tone Splits and Voicing Shifts in Thai: Phonetic Plausibility*},
  author={Arthur S. Abramsont and Donna M. Ericksontt},
  year={1992}
}
It has been shown for a number of languages that right after the release of a voiced stop consonant the fundamental frequency (FO) of the voice is likely to be lower than after the release of a voiceless stop and that such FO perturbations can influence phonemic judgments of voicing. This led to the designing of two experiments to test the phonetic plausibility of the argument: (1) CV syllables were synthesized with three values of voice onset time (VOT) acceptable as Thai Ib p phi. Each of… Expand
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