Anne Pycha, Georgia Zellou, and I have a new paper on face-masked speech, in the Frontiers special issue on Language Development Behind the Mask.
Face-masked speech intelligibility: the influence of speaking style, visual information, and background noise
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Congratulations on your new paper. Following your study, I am also working on a similar topic in Japan. Thank you for your new insights!
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