ASA 126th Meeting Denver 1993 October 4-8

Papers in 5aSP - Speech Communications

  1. 5aSP1 Acoustic and syntactic correlates of hesitations in spontaneous
  2. 5aSP2 Vowel classification using a microsegmental model for formant
  3. 5aSP3 The phonological reality of locus equations across manner class
  4. 5aSP4 Effects of speaking rate, focal stress, and sentence position on
  5. 5aSP5 The influence of stress, vowel, and juncture cues on segmentation.
  6. 5aSP6 Development of the song selectivity by nonlinear neural response
  7. 5aSP7 Relative perceptual prominence of fundamental frequency peaks in
  8. 5aSP8 Aural differentiation of related speakers.
  9. 5aSP9 Acoustic features as indices of emotional responding following
  10. 5aSP10 Perception of multiple levels of prominence in spontaneous speech.
  11. 5aSP11 Inferring articulatory movements from acoustic properties at
  12. 5aSP12 Can you rustle up some attention?: Further results on breath
  13. 5aSP13 The preliminary application of Gabor spectrogram analysis in
  14. 5aSP14 Searching for attractors in speech and nonspeech respiration.
  15. 5aSP15 Velar coarticulation revisited.
  16. 5aSP16 The effect of learning due to voice assessment in acoustic
  17. 5aSP17 Changes in voice-onset time in speakers with cochlear implants.
  18. 5aSP18 Release-from-masking effects provided by a hearing aid digital
  19. 5aSP19 Dishabituation of visual attention by natural and synthetic
  20. 5aSP20 Perceptual evaluation of infant articulatory transitions.
  21. 5aSP21 Intrinsic F0 in the babbling of infants at ages 6, 9, and 12
  22. 5aSP22 Children's control of temporal variability in repetition tasks.
  23. 5aSP23 Syllable duration in Italian and Japanese.
  24. 5aSP24 Perception of stop consonants in speech signals reconstructed from
  25. 5aSP25 A multidimensional scaling analysis of vowel discrimination in
  26. 5aSP26 Can lexical knowledge inhibit phoneme perception?
  27. 5aSP27 Lexical effects in nonwords?
  28. 5aSP28 Transformed auditory feedback: Effects of fundamental frequency
  29. 5aSP29 The perception of chirps by Sykes' monkeys and humans.