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The Auditory Processing of Speech : From Sounds to Words :  From Sounds to Words - Marten E. Schouten

The Auditory Processing of Speech : From Sounds to Words

From Sounds to Words

By: Marten E. Schouten (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1992
ISBN: 9783110135893
Number Of Pages: 380
For Ages: 22+ years old

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Editor's Introductionp. 1
The Auditory System in Relation to Speech Perception
Cochlear Modelling and Physiologyp. 15
Coding of Fundamental Frequency in Auditory Nerve Fibers: Effects of Signal Level and Phase Spectrump. 29
Coding of Fundamental Frequency in the Auditory Nerve: a Challenge to Rate-Place Modelsp. 37
Processing of the Auditory Nerve Code for Speech by Populations of Cells in the Anteroventral Cochlear Nucleusp. 47
Nonlinearities in the Peripheral Encoding of Spectral Notchesp. 61
Auditory Models as Preprocessors for Speech Recognitionp. 67
Temporal Resolution and Modulation Analysis in Models of the Auditory Systemp. 85
Preadaptations in the Auditory System of Mammals for Phonetic Recognitionp. 99
Separation of Simultaneous Signals
Segregation of the Responses to Paired Vowels in the Auditory Nerve of the Guinea Pig Using Autocorrelationp. 115
Modelling Sound Source Separationp. 125
Listening to Two Things at oncep. 133
Detecting F[subscript 0] Differences and Pitch-pulse Asynchroniesp. 149
Roles of Harmonicity and Coherent Frequency Modulation in Auditory Groupingp. 157
Comodulation Masking Release and Modulation Discrimination Interferencep. 167
Across-band Processing of Dynamically Varying Stimulip. 185
Effectiveness of Comodulation Masking Releasep. 193
The Masking of Modulations in Relation to Speech Perceptionp. 199
Perceptions of Spectral Change and Timbre
What Do We Know about Perception of Dynamic and Complex Signals, and how Relevant Is It to Speech Perception?p. 207
Perception of Spectral Change in Noise Bandsp. 219
Young Infants' Discrimination of Confusable Speech Signalsp. 229
Auditory Analysis of Speech Gesturesp. 239
Perceiving Acoustic Components of Speechp. 253
Loss of Spectral and Temporal Resolution
Speech Recognition Using only Temporal Cuesp. 263
Auditory Pattern Perception in the Profoundly Hearing-impairedp. 275
Effects of Spectral Smearing on Speech Perceptionp. 283
Phoneme Perception
Effects of Token Variability on Resolution for Vowel Soundsp. 291
Evaluation of Prototypes in Perceptual Space for a Place Contrastp. 303
Different Discrimination Strategies for Vowels and Consonantsp. 309
Auditory Metrics for Phonetic Recognitionp. 315
Word Perception and beyond
The Interface between Acoustic-Phonetic and Lexical Processingp. 325
Constraint Satisfaction, Attention, and Speech Perception: Implications for Theories of Word Recognitionp. 339
Integration of Acoustic-Phonetic Cues in Word Segmentationp. 349
Relations between Phoneme Scores and Syllable Scores for Normal-hearing and Hearing-impaired Subjectsp. 357
From Speech to Language: On Auditory Information Processingp. 363
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ISBN: 9783110135893
ISBN-10: 3110135892
Series: Topics in English Linguistics
Audience: General
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 380
Published: 1992
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter & Co
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.24
Weight (kg): 0.73