Effect of articulation condition on children's acoustic cues for bilabial place

Authors

  • Megan Hodge Dept. of Speech Pathology Audiology, University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada
  • Christine Huang Dept. of Speech Pathology Audiology, University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada
  • Janka Hegedus Dept. of Speech Pathology Audiology, University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada
  • Melanie Campbell Dept. of Speech Pathology Audiology, University of Alberta, 2-70 Corbett Hall, Edmonton, Alta. T6G2G4, Canada

Keywords:

Acoustic variables measurement, Sound recording, Speech analysis, Speech processing, Speech acoustic signals, Speech production, Speech sounds

Abstract

An analysis of audio recordings from a child with typical speech production (CNM) and a child with congenital non-progressive facial paralysis (CP1) revealed that both children showed the expected voice onset time (VOT). The child with CNM showed the expected pattern for burst spectral mean and skeness in CV contexts but showed the reverse pattern, like CP1, in C turned r V contexts. This paper analyzes the recordings from CP2 and compares it with previous findings for CNM and CP1.

Additional Files

Published

2003-09-01

How to Cite

1.
Hodge M, Huang C, Hegedus J, Campbell M. Effect of articulation condition on children’s acoustic cues for bilabial place. Canadian Acoustics [Internet]. 2003 Sep. 1 [cited 2024 Apr. 21];31(3):28-9. Available from: https://jcaa.caa-aca.ca/index.php/jcaa/article/view/1534

Issue

Section

Proceedings of the Acoustics Week in Canada