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Speech communication becomes increasingly difficult with age, especially in adverse listening conditions. We compared speech adaptations made by 'older adult' (65-84 years) and 'younger adult' (19-26 years) talkers when speech is produced with communicative intent. The aim was to investigate how articulation rate is affected by the type of adverse listening condition and by the change in task demands. Articulation rate was recorded in 35 older and 18 younger adult talkers when they were readingdoi:10.21437/interspeech.2016-843 dblp:conf/interspeech/TuomainenH16 fatcat:77ot7h57jjb4xhmvocy5ledqze