Browse by Subject "speech production"
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Auditory-motor integration influences on speech motor control and fluency: a comparison of normally fluent speakers and people who stutter (2010-05-14)The overall purpose of this dissertation was to identify the effects of delayed auditory feedback (DAF) on speech motor stability and speech fluency in normally fluent adults (PWNS) and to compare them with effects on ...
(2010-08-20)According to articulatory phonology, the gestural score is an invariant speech representation. Though the timing schemes, i.e., the onsets and offsets, of the gestural activations may vary, the ensemble of these activations ...
(2013-02-03)Adults can rapidly learn new linguistic patterns in laboratory settings: phonotactic constraints acquired through listening experience affect later perception (Onishi et al., 2002), and speech production errors reflect ...
(2015-04-22)In order to study the processes of implicit learning in speech production, research participants were exposed to sequences of nonsense syllables which obeyed artificial phonotactic constraints. For example, /f/ showed up ...
(2012-02-06)Naming a picture of a dog primes the subsequent naming of a picture of a dog (repetition priming) and interferes with the subsequent naming of a picture of a cat (semantic interference). Behavioral studies suggest that ...
(2013-08-22)One of the inherent characteristics of speech is that the same discrete units like phonemes, syllables, or words appear vastly different in the articulatory and acoustic domain. Acoustic variation can be thought of as ...