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Elizabeth Burlingame

Elizabeth Burlingame
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Fifteen children diagnosed with specific language impairment (SLI) and 15 typically developing (TD) children were tested for identification performance on 2 synthetic speech continua varying in formant transition durations (FTDs). One continuum varied from /ba/ to /wa/, and the other varied from /da/ to /ja/. Various d'-related measures from signal...
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Fifteen children diagnosed with specific language impairment (SLI) and fifteen typically developing (TD) children were tested for identification performance on two synthetic speech continuua varying in formant transition durations (FTDs). One continuum varied from [ba]‐to‐[wa] and the other varied from [da]‐to‐[ja]. Several dependent measures were...
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This study explored the consistency of locus equation slopes to serve as phonetic descriptors of stop place in CV utterances across voiced versus voiceless aspirated stops. Using traditional locus equation measurement sites for F2 onsets, voiceless labial and coronal stops had lower locus equation slopes relative to their voiced counterparts, where...
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This study investigated the extent of vowel-to-vowel anticipatory and carry-over coarticulation in VCV utterances. Five speakers of American English produced open (V.CV) and closed (VC.V) syllable shapes with /i/, /ɔ/, /e/ and /u/ as “fixed vowel” contexts and /i/ and /ɔ/ as a “changing vowel” context. Medial consonants were /bdgptk/. Anticipatory...
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This study investigated stop + vowel coarticulation as a coding mechanism for differentiation of stop place categories in an F2-defined stimulus space. Locus equations (LEs) were used to index the extent of coarticulation in three contexts: (1) onset stop + vowel utterances [.CV]; (2) within-syllable vowel + coda stop utterances [VC#], and (3) acro...
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While the existence of the trough effect is unquestioned, its theoretical significance is unknown. A multifaceted instrumental approach - spectrographic, cineradiographic, and vocal tract modeling - was used to document the trough effect in open (V.CV) and closed (VC.V) syllable forms using a symmetrical vowel context surrounding labial stops. Coll...

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