Comparison of the effects of delayed auditory feedback on speech and key tapping

Richard Allen Chase, Seth Harvey, Susan Standfast, Isabelle Rapin, Samuel Sutton

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Abstract

Delaying the return of a speaker's vocal output to his ears (the auditory feedback) radically changes his speech (1). The present report concerns the effect of delayed auditory feedback on simple key-tapping tasks. Evidence is presented which indicates that changes in speech and key tapping under delayed auditory feedback are analogous.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)903-904
Number of pages2
JournalScience
Volume129
Issue number3353
StatePublished - 1959
Externally publishedYes

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Chase, R. A., Harvey, S., Standfast, S., Rapin, I., & Sutton, S. (1959). Comparison of the effects of delayed auditory feedback on speech and key tapping. Science, 129(3353), 903-904.