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An investigation of interference between electromagnetic articulography and electroglottography.

The present study tested whether there is cross-interference between electromagnetic articulography (EMA) and electroglottography (EGG) during the acquisition of kinematic speech data. In experiments 1A and 1B, EMA sensors were calibrated with and without EGG electrodes present in the EMA field. In experiment 2, EMA was used to record lip, tongue, and jaw movements for one male speaker and one female speaker, with and without simultaneous EGG recording. Collectively, the results provide no evidence of signal artifacts in either direction, suggesting that EMA and EGG technology can be combined to reliably assess laryngeal and supralaryngeal motor coordination in speech.
Matthew Masapollo, Ratree Wayland, Jessica Goel, Rahul Sengupta, Allen Shamsi, Karen W Hegland

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