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ERIC Number: EJ138949
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1976
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Perceptual Analysis of Stop Consonants and Glides
Cooper, William E.; And Others
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2, 1, 92-104, Feb 76
In speech perception, the distinction between stop consonants and glides such as (b) versus (w) and (g) versus (j) can be signaled by variations in the rate and duration of the formant transitions. These experiments attempted to determine whether this rate and duration information is processed by a unitary analyzer for both labial ([b]-[w]) and velar ([g]-[j]) places of articulation. (Editor)
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