Date of Award
Master of Arts
Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Dr. Charles Van Riper
Masters Thesis-Open Access
Definition of Delayed Side-Tone
The term delayed side-tone feedback refers to the delaying of one's hearing of himself by a fraction of a second, so that instead of hearing himself as he normally does, he hears himself or his own speech a fraction of a second later.
...in order to produce delayed speech feedback it is necessary to return the speaker's speech to his own ears approximately one-means of a magnetic tape recording and reproducing machine which has used to experience the effect prominently since they deliver delayed speech and exclude the normal air-borne undelayed speech sound which provides the normal monitory signal.
Lee found that this effect produced an artificial stutter and other abnormalities.
Ryan, Bruce Presten, "A Study of the Effects of Delayed Side-Tone Upon Voiced and Whispered Reading Time" (1959). Masters Theses. 3784.