Voice onset time and vowel duration across multiple speech rates in normal and Parkinsonian speakers
Keywords:speech analysis and processing, Parkinson's disease, vowel duration, Parkinsonian speakers, segment durations
AbstractThe authors report initial analysis of speech at six self-selected speech rates, by neurologically normal and Parkinsonian speakers. The questions addressed include: (1) Are there essential differences between the speech of normal and PD speakers at different speech rates? and, (2) do normal and PD speakers vary segment durations differently at different speech rates?
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