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Effects of the acoustic properties of infant-directed speech on infant word recognitiona)
a)Portions of this work were presented at the 154th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in New Orleans, LA (2007) and the 32nd Boston University Conference on Language Development in Boston, MA (2007).
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Vowel spaces formed by /a/, /i/, /u/ in Typical-IDS and the imaginary ADS vowel spaces that were used as reference points for Hypo-articulated-IDS. The imaginary ADS vowel space was created by first shrinking Typical-IDS vowel space (A), and then equalizing the circumstances of the triangles (B).

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Speaking rate condition: Proportion of trials where infants looked to the target and the distractor over time. Error bars represent standard errors.

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Vowel space condition: Proportion of trials where infants looked to the target and the distractor over time. Error bars represent standard errors.

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Pitch range condition: Proportion of trials where infants looked to the target and the distractor over time. Error bars represent standard errors.

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TABLE I.

The video and audio stimuli for one block of trials.

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TABLE II.

Design of the word recognition experiment.

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Scitation: Effects of the acoustic properties of infant-directed speech on infant word recognitiona)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/128/1/10.1121/1.3419786
10.1121/1.3419786
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