Time-compressed speech

an anthology and bibliography in three volumes. by Sam Duker

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  Time-Compressed Speech at 30% and 60% Compression: This is designed such that the taped stimuli have been digitally sampled and a portion of the acoustic information removed, resulting in a stimulus with altered temporal characteristics but normal frequency characteristics. This test is a monaural low-redundancy task, assessing auditory closure. (To produce a words-per-minute sample, Carter had to use a “time-compressed speech” device that compacts words and deletes fractions of dead air between words.). Orr DB. Time compressed speech - a perspective. J Commun. ; [ Links ] Beasley DS, Maki JE, Orchik DJ. Children's perception of time-compressed speech on two measures of speech discrimination. J Speech Hear Disord. ; [ Links ] Wilson RH, Bell TS, Koslowski JA.   Starting in the late fifties, researchers began experimenting with time-compressed speech and measuring the ability of subjects to comprehend material at high rates of Author: Matt Inouye.

  The Subjects (36 blinded veterans) were asked to listen to four sections of a seventh‐grade‐level biographical sketch which had been recorded at progressively faster rates (, , , and times the initial rate of words per minute) through use of a commercially available electronic discrete time compressed speech device. After each section Cited by: 1. The Handbook of human resource development. Leonard Nadler. From inside the book. responsibility role sales HRD situation skills specific staff development strategies subroles supervisors task technical techniques Time-compressed speech tion Training and Development videodisc Warner Burke workers. Media in category "Time-compressed speech" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. s; 29 KB.   Abstract. A paired comparison paradigm was employed to compare the listening rate preferences of 26 adult subjects for oral reading and impromptu speaking tasks. Recordings of a reading and speech were time-altered by means of a speech compressor to yield nine rates: , , , , , , , , and by:

For example, time-compressed speech with reverberation, which can be categorized as both a monaural low-redundancy test and as a temporal processing test, provides an added challenge to the CANS and thus provides additional insights in the diagnostic process. (despite the universal nature of the CPT reference book), type of provider.   The relationship between the intelligibility of time-compressed speech and speech in noise in young and elderly listeners. J Acoust Soc Am. ;(1 Pt 1) Wingfield A, Poon LW, Lombardi L, Lowe D. Speed of processing in normal aging: effects of speech rate, linguistic structure, and processing time. Reading practice with accompanying compressed speech as a pacer resulted in a significantly greater increase in reading rate without an accompanying loss in comprehension for the experimental group when compared with the control group. Scores on the delayed posttest seemed to indicate that the increase in reading rate was more than by: 5. J. Baker, in Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Example 1. A diagnosis of MTVD may be given following apparently normal laryngoscopy examination and auditory perceptual assessment characterized by weak and breathy vocal quality, reduced vocal loudness, marked difficulty in raising the pitch, and sensory symptoms of vocal fatigue, tickle in the throat, with an increased .

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Time-compressed speech refers to an audio recording of verbal text in which the text is presented in a much shorter time interval than it would through normally-paced real time speech. The basic purpose is to make recorded speech contain more words in a given time, yet still be understandable.

For example: a paragraph that might normally be expected to take 20. Understanding of Time-compressed Speech by Older Adults: Effect of Discard Interval Tomasz Letowski* Nancy Poch* Abstract Fifteen subjects, aged 60 to 74 years, participated in a study to assess the role of discard interval (DI) length in the understanding of time-compressed connected speech by older adults.

Genre/Form: Bibliographies Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duker, Sam, Time-compressed speech. Metuchen, N.J., Scarecrow, The primary motivation for time-compressed speech is for reducing the time needed for a user to listen to a message—to increase the communication capacity of the ear.

A secondary motivation is that of data reduction—to save storage space and transmission bandwidthfor speech messages. Time-compressed speech can be used in a variety of ap. Time-compressed speech is also referred to as accelerated, compressed, time-scale modified, sped-up, rate-converted, or time-altered speech.

There are a variety of techniques for changing the playback speed of speech--a survey of these methods are described briefly in. on the comprehension of time-compressed speech. Subjects METHOD Two groups consisting of 15 subjects each participated in the study. The subjects in group 1 were middle-aged adults, 42 to 52 years old (13 females and 2 males), with a mean age of.

TIME COMPRESSED SPEECH TEST IN TELUGU FOR CHILDREN ( YEARS OF AGE): Time compressed speech test is a test for assessing APD, which is a monaural low redundancy speech test [CHILAKAMARRI BHARGAVI, Savalam G R Prakash, Shiva Prasad Boddupally] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Diagnosis of auditory processing disorder Price: $ Comprehension of time-compressed speech as a function of training (OCoLC) Online version: Comprehension of time-compressed speech as a function of training (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Perceptual adjustment to time-compressed speech: A cross-linguistic study CHRISTOPHE PALLIER Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands NURIA SEBASTIAN-GALLÉS Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain and EMMANUEL DUPOUX, ANNE CHRISTOPHE, and.

The time-compressed speech test has existed since the s. It is sensitive for evaluating auditory closure. However, it is not used in Brazil because until recently, it. Methods: The Persian version of time compressed speech test with six lists of 25 monosyllabic words was prepared in three compression rates of 0.

Time-compressed Speech: Annotated Bibliography v. 3 [Sam Duker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Sam Duker. The term "time-compressed speech" should not be confused with "speech compression", which controls the volume range of a sound, but does not alter its time envelope.

Clinical Applications for Time-Compressed Speech Tests The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. terms and phrases presented to the ear with small components removed, which has the impact of escalating the rate of -compressed speech is utilized to gauge auditory perceptual skills.

Pallier et al. Cross-linguistic adaptation to fast speech 1 Perceptual Adjustment to Time-Compressed Speech: A cross-linguistic study Christophe Pallier (1,2) Nuria Sebastian-Gallés (1) Emmanuel Dupoux (3) Anne Christophe (3) Jacques Mehler (3) (1) Departemento de Psicologia Basicá, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain.

Also, time-compressed speech is ubiquitous enough (appearing at the end of a great many radio and TV advertisements), that I think it deserves its own article, independent of the more technical general article to which you linked. This article should, however, be fleshed out a bit.

applications for time-compressed speech testing. Age-related changes in central auditory and cognitive processing are not well-addressed by current hearing aids, and are most likely responsible for the widespread dissatisfaction with hearing aids among elderly hearing-impaired people.

The objectives of the study are: 1) to validate speech. Full text of "Proceedings of the Louisville Conference on Time Compressed Speech" See other formats. Such speech is known as time-compressed,or simply compressed, speech.

The simplest method ofproduc­ ing time-compressedspeech is to increase the speed of a playback device above the speed at which the speech was originally recorded. This is sometimes referred to as the speed-changing method, and the speech so produced as speeded speech.

This Cited by: Internet Archive BookReader Proceedings of the Louisville Conference on Time Compressed Speech. On the possible role of brain rhythms in speech perception: intelligibility of time-compressed speech with periodic and aperiodic insertions of silence.

Phonet –/ ; Giraud A. L., Poeppel D. Cortical oscillations and speech processing: emerging computational principles and operations.

by:   Book of Basketball he’s published five studies on time-compressed speech and used his knowledge on the topic to help the government save money on HIPAA training by condensing it into Author: Paolo Uggetti. Time-compressed speech can be used in a variety of ap- speech [Duk74a]: plication areas including teaching, aids to the disabled, and human-computer interfaces.

Studies have indicated 1. The type of speech material to be compressed (con- that listening to teaching materials twice that have been tent, language, background noise, etc.).File Size: 1MB. Book title: Eurospeech 3rd European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology: Berlin, Germany, September, ; vol.

3 Page start:Cited by: 3. Ah. The art of speed-listening. It is a blessing, although a curse at times. Benefits. * Can cut time if used and managed efficiently. If you're short on time, speed listening can be of great use. * You can train your brain to stay alert and ready.

Diotic Testing, original Time-Compressed Speech Test and adapted Time-Compressed Speech Test. Results: a new list of 25 two-syllable words was created. There were differences between the number of errors and the percentages of correct answers by ear, between the original and the adapted Time-Compressed Speech by: 2.

The new software programs, DVD players and phone services rising to this challenge all take advantage of the human ability to comprehend speech much more quickly than the typical spoken rate of.

Keywords: speech perception, blindness, time-compressed speech, audiovisual pathways, speech timing. Citation: Hertrich I, Dietrich S and Ackermann H () How can audiovisual pathways enhance the temporal resolution of time-compressed speech in blind subjects. Front. Psychol.

doi: /fpsygCited by: The present study attempted to study perception of time-compressed speech and the effect of compression ratio for phonemically balanced (PB) word lists in Kannada and monosyllables.

The test was administered on 30 normal hearing individuals at compression ratios of 40%, 50%, 60%, 70% and 80% for PB words in Kannada and monosyllables. The results of the study showed Cited by: 4.

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CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14).NORMAL SPEECH PERCEPTION AND THE TEMPORAL BOTTLENECK.

In principle, auditory cortex can follow the temporal envelope of verbal utterances across a wide range of speaking rates (Nourski et al., ), indicating that temporal resolution does not represent a limiting factor for the comprehension of time-compressedwe have to assume a “bottleneck”. There is ordinary verbal thought, a monologue that appears to occur in a time-compressed shorthand (or, I suppose, shortbrain), going by .