The Effect of Speech Intelligibility on Listener Self-Perception of Effort in Electrolaryngeal Speech
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This study examined the effect of electrolaryngeal speech intelligibility on listeners' self-perceptions of effort. Speakers made audio recordings with an electrolarynx and intelligibility ratings were determined for each speaker. Listeners were presented with the electrolaryngeal speech samples spanning a wide range of intelligibility and judged their self-perceived effort in a paired-comparison paradigm. Results revealed relationships among measures and have implications for rehabilitation in this population.
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