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Enhanced amplitude modulations contribute to the Lombard intelligibility benefit: Evidence from the Nijmegen Corpus of Lombard Speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 147(2), 721-730, doi:10.1121/10.0000646.(2020).
- Nijmegen Corpus of Lombard Speech [NiCLS]
- Lead author: Hans Rutger Bosker.
- 42 talkers (37 F/5 M); each reading a folk story of 56 utterances; in both plain speech (read in quiet) and Lombard speech (read in noise over headphones)
- 3968 wav files (1984 Lombard-plain pairs) + forced-alignment TextGrids
- CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license
Control of speaking rate is achieved by switching between qualitatively distinct cognitive ‘gaits’: Evidence from simulation. Psychological Review, 127(2), 281-304, doi:10.1037/rev0000172.(2020).
- Picture Naming at Cued Rates [PiNCeR] corpus
- Lead author: Joe Rodd.
- 25 talkers (21 F/4 M) naming disyllabic pictures arranged on a ‘clock face’; produced at three different cued rates: fast, medium, slow
- with (manual) word-level and (forced-aligned) syllable-level annotations; with eye-tracking data
- CC BY 4.0 license
Many other speech, video, and picture corpora are publicly available nowadays. Please see our Other resources for some examples that we ourselves have used in the past.