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Temporal development of compensation strategies for perturbed palate shape in German /sch/-production

Abstract : The palate shape of four speakers was changed by a prosthesis which either lowered the palate or retracted the alveoles. Subjects wore the prosthesis for two weeks and were recorded several times via EMA. Results of articulatory measurements show that speakers use different compensation methods at different stages of the adaptation. They lower the tongue immediately after the insertion of the prosthesis. Other compensation methods as for example lip protrusion are only acquired after longer practising periods. The results are interpreted as supporting the existence of different mappings between motor commands, vocal tract shape and auditory-acoustic target.
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Jana Brunner, Phil Hoole, Pascal Perrier, Susanne Fuchs. Temporal development of compensation strategies for perturbed palate shape in German /sch/-production. 7th International Seminar on Speech Production, Dec 2006, Ubatuba, Brazil. pp.247-254. ⟨hal-00403289⟩

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