Mandatory dichotic integration of second-formant information: Contralateral sine bleats have predictable effects on consonant place judgments


Creators: Roberts, Brian ORCID: and Summers, Robert ORCID:
Keywords: informational masking, speech intelligibility, formant integration, phoneme identification
Divisions: College of Health and Life Sciences > Centre for Vision and Hearing Research
College of Health and Life Sciences > School of Psychology
Funders: Economic and Social Research Council
Projects: Interference in spoken communication: Evaluating the corrupting and disrupting effects of other voices
Grant number: ES/N014383/1
Data Publisher: Aston University
Date Made Available: 27 October 2021
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Data Collection and Processing Methods: These datasets comprise listeners’ judgments of place of articulation for the approximant-vowel speech analogues and sine bleats used in the experiments described in the article of the same title (Roberts, Summers, and Bailey, 2021; Journal of the Acoustical Society of America). A full description of each spreadsheet is included with the data.
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