Support for context effects on segmentation and segments depends on the context
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, Volume 79, Issue 3, 2017, Pages 964-988.
PsycholinguisticsSpeech perceptionTemporal processing
Listeners must adapt to differences in speech rate across talkers and situations. Speech rate adaptation effects are strong for adjacent syllables (i.e., proximal syllables). For studies that have assessed adaptation effects on speech rate information more than one syllable removed from a point of ambiguity in speech (i.e., distal syllabl...More
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