Mr. Akbar's nearest ear versus the Lombard reflex: a case study in forensic phonetics
AbstractThis report describes a case where the author used a method known as the 'Lombard reflex' by which a speaker's performance on a semmingly inaccessible phonetic parameter (loudness) was assessed obliquely via his performance on another, directly assessible, parameter, (pitch).
How to Cite
French, P. (1998). Mr. Akbar’s nearest ear versus the Lombard reflex: a case study in forensic phonetics. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 5(1), 58–68. https://doi.org/10.1558/ijsll.v5i1.58
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