ASA 129th Meeting - Washington, DC - 1995 May 30 .. Jun 06

Papers in 5pSC - Speech Communications

  1. 5pSC1 Interactions between acoustic dimensions contributing to the
  2. 5pSC2 Prediction of obstruent spectra from the slope of preceding and
  3. 5pSC3 Acoustic-to-articulatory mapping of fricatives.
  4. 5pSC4 Discrimination of synthetic /ba-wa/ by budgerigars (Melopsittacus
  5. 5pSC5 Measurement for measurement's sake: Phonologically irrelevant stop
  6. 5pSC6 Measuring speaker normalization of fricatives using three methods.
  7. 5pSC7 Testing the importance of talker variability in non-native speech
  8. 5pSC8 Perceptual training on Hindi dental and retroflex consonants by
  9. 5pSC9 Visual feedback training for a nasal/non-nasal distinction.
  10. 5pSC10 Effects of perceptual learning on the production of a non-native
  11. 5pSC11 An articulatory and perceptual study of Tamil liquids.
  12. 5pSC12 Acoustic analysis of Italian [r] and [l].
  13. 5pSC13 A connection between coarticulation and variable rule application:
  14. 5pSC14 Time-variation in Mandarin voiceless sibilant spectra.
  15. 5pSC15 Individual differences in the glottalization of vowel-initial
  16. 5pSC16 Articulatory modeling of so-called advanced tongue root vowels.
  17. 5pSC17 Perception of vowel length in Arabic.
  18. 5pSC18 The relation between dialect attribution and vowel judgments.
  19. 5pSC19 Perceptual assimilation of North German vowels to American English
  20. 5pSC20 Acoustic specification of North German vowels produced in citation
  21. 5pSC21 Acoustic correlates of Deg Xinag/Ingalik Athabaskan vowels.
  22. 5pSC22 Waveform dynamics and the perceptual segregation of concurrent
  23. 5pSC23 About the fourth angle of the ``vowel triangle.''
  24. 5pSC24 Does the perceptual magnet effect hold for the [(small capital
  25. 5pSC25 Generalization in the vowel space.
  26. 5pSC26 Psychophysical procedure and the perceptual magnet effect:
  27. 5pSC27 An investigation of the perceptual magnet effect in adults.
  28. 5pSC28 Production of highly similar vowels by language-impaired children.
  29. 5pSC29 Timing effects of postvocalic voicing and distinctive vowel
  30. 5pSC30 Laxness of voice quality integrates with F1 (usually, but not
  31. 5pSC31 Perceptual normalization of synthesized vowels following natural
  32. 5pSC32 Intersyllabic regulation of F0 and SPL with and without auditory
  33. 5pSC33 A qualitative study of mechanisms of jitter-induced shimmer in the
  34. 5pSC34 Exit jet particle velocity in the in vivo canine laryngeal model.
  35. 5pSC35 Glottal characteristics of female speakers---acoustic,