Daniel R. MCloy
Cross-dialect intelligibility paper in press

21 Nov 2014

“Talker versus dialect effects on speech intelligibility: A symmetrical study” is now in press in Language and Speech. The paper (co-written with Richard Wright and Pam Souza) uses mixed-effects regression to model the impact of talker-specific variation vs. dialect-based variation on speech intelligibility, while controlling for a variety of acoustic features of the talkers’ speech that are known to impact intelligibility. The published version is here and the final pre-publication manuscript is here.