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Stress and respiratory activity I
The nature of vowel quality
Units in the perception and production of speech
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acoustic action activity adaptation level analysis assessing auditory cardinal vowels changes comparatively concerned consider containing correlated corresponding course depends described difficulty discussed effect English evidence examples experimental experiments external intercostals fact figure five flow formant formant frequencies four frequency fundamental given hear heard increase indicate intensity internal introductory sentence involved Jones judged judgements kind language linguistic listener locate loudness lungs mean measurements muscles normal noted observations occurs particular pattern peak perception phonetic quality phoneticians phrase pitch position possible present probably produced pronounced range recorded relation relative responses scale shown similar sounds speaker specified speech stimuli stress subglottal pressure subjects suggested syllable test word theory tion tongue units usually utterance variations vocal cords volume vowel quality weight