Technical Presentations and Publications

Over 25,000 waveforms of speech produced in noise, under cognitive load, while intoxicated by alcohol, in a centrifuge with 2 to 6 G's of force, normally produced, Spanish and Hindi, and now 3,800 recordings of impaired speech (due to concussion) have been analyzed.  

Public Presentations

Horner, T.G. and Stokes, M.A. (2014), “Potential sports concussion identification using acoustic-phonetic analysis of vowel productions,” presented at the 168th meeting: Acoustical Society of America: Indianapolis, IN.
 
Michael A. Stokes (2014), "99.8 percent accuracy achieved on Peterson and Barney (1952) acoustic measurements,” presented at the 168th meeting: Acoustical Society of America: Indianapolis, IN.
 
Michael A. Stokes (2011), "The waveform model of vowel perception and production," presented at the 161st meeting: Acoustical Society of America: Seattle, WA.
 
Stokes, M.A. (2009). The waveform model of vowel perception and production. Boca Raton, FL: Universal-Publishers.
 
Michael A. Stokes (2002), "Talker Identification from Analysis of Raw Complex Waveforms," presented at the 143rd meeting: Acoustical Society of America.
 
Michael A. Stokes (2001), "Male and female vowels identified by visual inspection of raw complex waveforms," presented at the 141st meeting: Acoustical Society of America.
 
Michael A. Stokes (1996), "Identification of vowels based on visual cues within raw complex waveforms," presented at the 131st meeting: Acoustical Society of America.
 
David B. Pisoni and Christopher S. Martin (1989), "Effects of Alcohol on the Acoustic-Phonetic Properties of Speech: Perceptual and Acoustic Analyses", Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 1989 Aug; 13(4): 577–587. Michael Stokes acknowledged as the source of data and editorial assistance.
 
W. Van Summers, David B. Pisoni, and Michael A. Stokes (1989), "Effects of cognitive workload on speech production," presented at the 117th meeting: Acoustical Society of America.
 
W. Van Summers, David B. Pisoni, Robert H. Bernacki, Robert I. Pedlow, and Michael A. Stokes (1988), "Effects of noise on speech production: Acoustic and Perceptual analysis," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 84, 917-928.