Lombard effect

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Etymology[edit]

Discovered in 1909 by Étienne Lombard, French otolaryngologist.

Noun[edit]

Lombard effect (plural Lombard effects)

  1. The involuntary tendency of speakers to increase their vocal effort when speaking in the presence of noise.

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