Research Materials (Linguistics)
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- 5Chen, Tsung-Ying
- 4Tucker, Benjamin V.
- 3Matthew C. Kelley
- 2Benjamin V. Tucker
- 1Alicia Beckford Wassink
- 1Amy Fountain
Acoustic absement files
These files contain acoustic absement and acoustic distinctiveness calculations for the words in the Massive Auditory Lexical Decision database. These files accompany the "Using acoustic distance and acoustic absement to quantify lexical competition" article in the Journal of The Acoustical...
Coarticulatory Acoustic Detail: Supplementary Material
In the present study, we investigate the informativity of anticipatory coarticulatory acoustic detail about inflectional suffixes in English verbs, performing two experiments in which listeners classified inflectional functions of verbs. We observed that listener response latencies were slower...
The contents of the Plautdietsch-language Fibel (‘primer’) described in Cox (2014) as it was presented to contributors in Saskatchewan.
Natural, spontaneous speech (and even quite careful speech) often shows extreme reduction of many speech segments, even resulting in apparent deletion of consonants. Where the flap ([ɾ]) allophone of /t/ and /d/ is expected in American English, one frequently sees an approximant-like or even...
MALD MFCC subset
A subset of the Massive Auditory Lexical Decision stimuli. They are represented as sequences of MFCCs with delta and delta-delta coefficients. There are also associated label files so that the data can be used for machine learning purposes, though they are force-aligned labels and not...
Modeling the acquisition of Dutch final devoicing
Resources available to clients and their families about progressive aphasia (PA) are often missing experiential information about living with aphasia. In order to bridge this gap, the authors paired emotionally charged imagery along with academic research to provide a holistic understanding of...