15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS-15)

Barcelona, Spain
August 3-9, 2003

Labial Anticipation Behavior During Speech With and Without Cued Speech

Marie-Agnès Cathiard, Virginie Attina, Delphine Alloatti

ICP-CNRS, France

What about the labial anticipation phenomenon when the mouth is coordinated with hand gestures as it is the case in Cued Speech? We tested the rounding anticipation in French [iCny] sequences (Cn = 0 to 6 consonants) realized with and without Cued Speech. We observed that: (i) anticipation increased with the consonantal interval with an expansion coefficient coherent to the Movement Expansion Model [6]; (ii) there was no difference in anticipation behavior with and without Cued Speech. So the hand action fits well into the mouth action. They complement each other in a pretty well coordinated fashion.

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Bibliographic reference.  Cathiard, Marie-Agnès / Attina, Virginie / Alloatti, Delphine (2003): "Labial anticipation behavior during speech with and without cued speech", In ICPhS-15, 1939-1942.