Accession Number : AD0669127
Title : STATUS REPORT ON SPEECH RESEARCH APRIL-JUNE 1967.
Descriptive Note : Status rept. no. 10, 1 Apr-30 Jun 67,
Corporate Author : HASKINS LABS NEW YORK
Personal Author(s) : Cooper,Franklin S.
Report Date : AUG 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 128
Abstract : Contents: Why are spectrograms hard to read; On matching the speech signal to mechanisms of production; Speech synthesis by rule as a research technique; An analysis of perceptual confusions in identification of dichotically presented CVC syllables; Pattern to holes in the pattern; Some observations on monosyllable production by deaf and dysarthric speakers; A study of voicing in initial stops found in the pre-linguistic vocalizations of infants from different language environments.; Identification and discrimination of synthetic nasals.
Descriptors : (*SPEECH, REPORTS), PERCEPTION(PSYCHOLOGY), SYNTHESIS, ELECTROMYOGRAPHY, INSTRUMENTATION, SPEECH RECOGNITION, HEARING, DEAFNESS, PHONETICS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE, INTELLIGIBILITY, PSYCHOACOUSTICS, OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY, AUDITORY PERCEPTION, INFANTS
Subject Categories : Linguistics
Anatomy and Physiology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE