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Perception of Vowels
Perception of Consonants
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acoustic invariance acoustic signal Acoustical Society adaptation alveolar aphasia articulation auditory basic bilabial Blumstein brain C H A P T E R categorical perception cavity ception chapter chinchillas consider consonant sounds dichotic listening different vowel discriminate discussed disorders ear advantage Eimas Figure formant frequencies formant transitions fundamental frequency Further Reading hearing impairment human speech Jakobson Kuhl LEARNING OBJECTIVES left hemisphere Liberman linguistic models motor commands motor theory neural Parallel Distributed Processing perceive speech perception of speech phonetic feature detectors place-of-articulation presented problem processing produced Resonant Consonants resonate right ear Society of America sound contrasts spectrograph spectrum speech and language speech disorders speech perception speech processing speech production speech sounds Stevens stimuli stop consonants syllable template theory of acoustic theory of speech tion tongue velar vibrating vocal folds vocal fold vibration vocal tract voice onset voiceless vowel normalization vowel perception vowel sounds Werker words