Vowel Similarity , Connectionist Models , and Syllable Structure in Motor Programming of Speech

@inproceedings{Yaniv2003VowelS,
  title={Vowel Similarity , Connectionist Models , and Syllable Structure in Motor Programming of Speech},
  author={Ilan Yaniv and David E. Meyer and Peter C. Gordon and Carol Ann Huff and C A Sevald},
  year={2003}
}
Using a response-priming procedure, five experiments examined the effects of vowel similarity on the motor programming of spoken syllables. In this procedure, subjects prepared to produce a pair of spoken syllables as rapidly as possible, but sometimes had to produce the syllables in reverse order instead. The spoken responses consisted of consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) syllables whose medial vowels were /i/, /I/, /A/, and /a/. Performance was measured as a function of the phonetic… CONTINUE READING

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