Re: histograms of F0 in speech contours (Martin Braun )

Subject: Re: histograms of F0 in speech contours
From:    Martin Braun  <nombraun(at)POST.NETLINK.SE>
Date:    Mon, 14 May 2001 10:34:57 +0200

Christian, thanks for your interest. Your questions concern technical details of the work done by the IPO team. They do not concern my work, and the details given in the methods section of my paper are sufficient in the context of the paper's scope. But we have got nothing to hide, and your questions will be answered as soon as Bob Ladd is back from a journey abroad (after May 22). As your questions are all focused on the possibility of an unnoticed bias in the process of data collection, let me add a general remark on this. The extraction of speech-target f0 is an established technique in intonation research, and Bob Ladd has been a leading expert in this for many years. He is likely to know how to avoid any type of unnoticed selection bias during the hand-marking of speech-target values. Martin ----- Original Message ----- From: Christian Kaernbach <chris(at)PSYCHOLOGIE.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE> To: <AUDITORY(at)LISTS.MCGILL.CA> Sent: Sunday, May 13, 2001 9:53 AM Subject: histograms of F0 in speech contours

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