Neuromagnetic evidence for a featural distinction of English consonants: sensor- and source-space data
Brain and Language, pp. 71-82, 2011.
Auditory cortexMagnetoencephalographyAuditory evoked fieldsMismatch fieldsPlace of articulationMore(2+)
Speech sounds can be classified on the basis of their underlying articulators or on the basis of the acoustic characteristics resulting from particular articulatory positions. Research in speech perception suggests that distinctive features are based on both articulatory and acoustic information. In recent years, neuroelectric and neuroma...More
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