Listeners' perceptual mapping of locus equations and variability

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (2):266-267 (1998)

Abstract
Although an individual speaker's productions obey locus equations, whether listeners' perceptions are based on them needs further exploration. Comparing the results from the perceptual experiments to predicted identifications, one sees qualitative similarities and some discrepancies. However, the variability of locus equations and individual consonant-vowel (CV) tokens across speakers seems problematic if listeners are using locus equations for perception
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