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Talker-listener accent interactions in speech-in-noise recognition: Effects of prosodic manipulation as a function of language experience
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FIG. 1.

Boxplots of the proportion of correctly identified keywords in the non-signal-processed sentences for all noise levels and listener groups, for L1 English and French-accented stimulus materials. Boxplots display the quartile ranges of the individual scores.

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Boxplots of the proportion of correctly identified keywords in the signal-processed sentences for all noise levels and listener groups. The stimulus accents were L1 English (i.e., English), L1 English recordings with French accented prosody (i.e., English/French), French-accented English recordings with L1 English prosody (i.e., French/English), and French-accented English (i.e., French).

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FIG. 3.

Boxplots of accents ratings for all listener groups. The stimulus accents were L1 English (i.e., English), L1 English recordings with French accented prosody (i.e., English/French), French-accented English recordings with L1 English prosody (i.e., French/English), and French-accented English (i.e., French).

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TABLE I.

Illustration of the talker-prosody combinations in the four stimulus conditions of the experiment.

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2010-09-03
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Scitation: Talker-listener accent interactions in speech-in-noise recognition: Effects of prosodic manipulation as a function of language experience
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/128/3/10.1121/1.3466857
10.1121/1.3466857
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