AUDITORY TRAINING FOR PERCEPTION OF TIME-SHORTENED CONSONANT-VOWEL SYLLABLES.
OHIO STATE UNIV RESEARCH FOUNDATION COLUMBUS
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The study was conducted to determine whether normal speaking-hearing young adults can be trained auditorially to perceive time-shortened speech samples. An experimental group received auditory training with six time-shortened plosive CV syllables and six CV fricative syllables and was compared with a control group that did not receive training. The experimental group learned to perceive the time-shortened fricative samples more accurately than the control group but there was no difference between groups with respect to identifying the plosive syllables. Author
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