Effects of Neighborhood Density on Vowel Space in Oral Reading and Picture Naming Tasks

Mow, Jessica L.


  • Abstract: This paper investigates a discrepancy in prior research in the area of speech production. Neighborhood density has been found to predict vowel dispersion; however, results have shown opposing effects. According to Munson and Solomon (2004), words with a higher neighborhood density are spoken with more vowel dispersion, while words with a lower neighborhood density will have more centrali... read more
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