Role of fundamental frequency differences in the perceptual separation of competing vowel sounds

Arehart, Kathryn Hoberg; King, Catherine Arriaga; McLean-Mudgett, Kelly S.
December 1997
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1997, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p1434
Academic Journal
Compares the ability of listeners with normal hearing and listeners with moderate to moderately-severe sensorineural hearing loss to use fundamental frequency differences in the identification and masked vowel identification. Variability among individual vowels and listeners; Differences in the performance of listeners.


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