Clinical relevance of speech intelligibility measures

Jpinquier/ septembre 22, 2020/ Applications, Research

Context Intelligibility can be defined as an analytical, acoustic-phonetic decoding notion – i.e. addressing “low-level” linguistic units –, referring to the quality of pronunciation at the segmental (phoneme and syllable) levels. Speech intelligibility is usually assessed using perceptual tasks. While these are informative, they entail several drawbacks, as they rely on subjective ratings, biased, among other factors, by the familiarity

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