New publication on understanding how we speak!

Published 14 March 2024
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The Role of Jaw, Tongue tip, and Lips.

New publication out by lab user Malin Svensson Lundmark  using articulography to look at how jaw, tongue tip and lips work together when we speak.

"One particularly intriguing aspect of this article is how we were able to showcase the use of acceleration as a measuring tool. Just like a car speeding up or slowing down, our articulators (the moving parts of our mouth) also undergo changes in speed as we speak. By precisely measuring these accelerations, researchers can pinpoint exactly when certain speech sounds are produced and how our articulators coordinate to make them happen. It's like unraveling the intricate choreography of speech production, revealing the subtle nuances of how we communicate." (Malin Svensson Lundmark)

Article on Lund University Research Portal

Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Reserch -