Kenneth N. Stevens

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Speech communication
"Kenneth Stevens"

Mean distance: 15.51 (cluster 17)
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Leo Beranek grad student 1949-1952 MIT


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Jeung-Yoon (Elizabeth) Choi grad student (E-Tree)
Joseph S. Perkell grad student 1970-1974 MIT
Bertrand Delgutte grad student 1974-1981 MIT
Abeer Alwan grad student 1985-1991 MIT (E-Tree)
Mark Hasegawa-Johnson grad student 1996 UIUC (LinguisTree)


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Sharon Y Manuel collaborator 1987-2013 MIT, RLE (LinguisTree)
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Stevens KN, Keyser SJ. (2010) Quantal theory, enhancement and overlap Journal of Phonetics. 38: 10-19
Stevens KN, Hanson HM. (2010) Articulatory-Acoustic Relations as the Basis of Distinctive Contrasts The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences: Second Edition. 424-453
Saikachi Y, Stevens KN, Hillman RE. (2009) Development and perceptual evaluation of amplitude-based F0 control in electrolarynx speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 52: 1360-9
Stevens KN. (2008) Features in Speech Perception and Lexical Access The Handbook of Speech Perception. 124-155
Keyser SJ, Stevens KN. (2006) Enhancement and overlap in the speech chain Language. 82: 33-63
Stevens KN. (2005) The acoustic/articulatory interface Acoustical Science and Technology. 26: 410-417
Cheyne HA, Hanson HM, Genereux RP, et al. (2003) Development and testing of a portable vocal accumulator. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 46: 1457-67
Hanson HM, Stevens KN. (2002) A quasiarticulatory approach to controlling acoustic source parameters in a Klatt-type formant synthesizer using HLsyn. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 112: 1158-82
Stevens KN. (2002) Toward a model for lexical access based on acoustic landmarks and distinctive features. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 111: 1872-91
Chen H, Stevens KN. (2001) An acoustical study of the fricative /s/ in the speech of individuals with dysarthria. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 44: 1300-14
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