DOI:10.1006/jpho.2000.0113
Corpus ID: 2912134
Voice-onset times for Castilian Spanish initial stops
B. Rosner, Luis E. López-Bascuas, +1 author R. Fahey
Published 2000
Art, Computer Science, Psychology
J. Phonetics
Abstract A previous experiment on the Castilian Spanish perceptual voice-onset time (VOT) boundary indicated possible differences between Spanish dialects. We therefore measured VOTs for the six… Expand
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