An estimate of number of speakers per study in phonetics

A few weeks ago, I’ve asked on Twitter what people thought was the average number of participants used in phonetic studies. Here’s the tweet. Does anyone have an estimate of the average number of participants/tokens per context of recently published phonetic studies (let's say from the last 10 years)? #OpenScience #phonetics #replication — Stefano Coretta (@StefanoCoretta) April 12, 2019 Thankfully, Timo Roettger has pointed me to a dataset he and Matthew Gordon created for a study on the acoustic correlates of word stress, and he suggested to look at how the median number of speakers changed (or not) through the years....

May 3, 2019 · 3 min · Stefano Coretta