Lawson, Eleanor and Scobbie, James M and Stuart-Smith, Jane (2011) A single case study of articulatory adaptation during acoustic mimicry. Proceedings of 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong. pp. 1170-1173.
The distribution of fine-grained phonetic variation can be observed in the speech of members of well-defined social groups. It is evident that such variation must somehow be able to propagate through a speech community from speaker to hearer. However, technological barriers have meant that close and direct study of the articulatory links of this speaker-hearer chain has not, to date, been possible. We present the results of a single-case study using an ultrasound-based method to investigate temporal and configurational lingual adaptation during mimicry. Our study focuses on allophonic variants of postvocalic /r/ found in speech from Central Scotland. Our results show that our informant was able to adjust tongue gesture timing towards that of the stimulus, but did not alter tongue configuration.
|Divisions:||School of Health Sciences > Clinical Audiology, Speech and Language Research Centre|
|Date Deposited:||02 Sep 2011 08:20|
|Last Modified:||19 Mar 2014 12:59|
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