Talker Variability at ASA 2018 in Minneapolis


May 14th, 2018

Scientists from the CNRLab presented two new research studies on perception and cognition of talker variability at the May 2018 of the Acoustical Society of America in Minneapolis, including the results from a Sargent Senior Thesis for Distinction completed by lab alumna Kristina Furbeck. Download copies of our presentations below:

Sung-Joo Lim2018-CNS-VCWMLim, S.-J., Tin, J.A.A. Shinn-Cunningham, B.G., & Perrachione, T.K. (2018). “Impact of talker adaptation on speech processing and working memory.175th Meeting of  the Acoustical Society of America (Minneapolis, May 2018).

2018-ASA-TRTSFurbeck, K.T., Thurston, E.J., Tin, J.A.A., & Perrachione, T.K. (2018). “Perceptual similarity judgments of voices: Effects of talker and listener language, vocal source acoustics, and time-reversal.175th Meeting of  the Acoustical Society of America (Minneapolis, May 2018).