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Etude multiparamétrique des consonnes nasales du français : prise de données simultanées aérodynamiques et fibroscopiques

Abstract : The goal of this work is to contribute to the problem of the temporal relationship between nasal airflow and velic movement. Simultaneous aerodynamic and fiberoptic data have been taken during the production of French nasal consonant [m] and [n]. Three French native speakers have read 238 CVNVCV logatoms where C=[m] or [n] and V = [a,i,u)]. The duration of the nasal murmur, the nasal air flow, velic movement and the direction of nasal feature spreading is analyzed. The results indicate a great interspeaker variability between nasal consonant [m] and [n]. As expected, the duration of velum movement is longer than the duration of the nasal airflow. Propagation of velum movement is anticipatory and progressive and propagation of nasal airflow is more progressive than regressive.
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Patricia Basset, Angelique Amelot, Lise Crevier-Buchman. Etude multiparamétrique des consonnes nasales du français : prise de données simultanées aérodynamiques et fibroscopiques. 2007. ⟨halshs-00139540⟩

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