Fig. 4 | Morphology

Fig. 4

From: Paradigmatic enhancement of stem vowels in regular English inflected verb forms

Fig. 4

Articulatory trajectories in the midsaggital plane of two tongue sensors during the articulation of the stem vowel [i] (top row) and [ɑ] (bottom row) of English verbs. The left column visualizes these trajectories for the tongue tip sensor, the right column for the tongue body movements. The x-axis represents the distance to the horizontal reference point, the y-axis represents the distance to the palate. The opening of the oral cavity is to the left. The thickness of the trajectories represents position across time, with the thick end representing the onset of the vowel and the thin end representing the offset of the vowel. Shading represents the deciles of whole-word frequency, with black = 0.85 decile and light grey = 0.15 decile. Random effects were excluded for prediction

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