articulatory

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ar·tic·u·la·to·ry

(ar-tik'yū-lă-tō-rē),
Relating to articulate speech.
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Hence, any memory effects that remain under concurrent articulation must have a nonarticulatory origin, as opposed to those that are eliminated by the procedure and are thus considered to be articulatorily based.
The task appears to be effective in disrupting other articulatorily based processes as well.
Examples of the latter are the /p/ gap in Hausa (in [p] there is hardly any resonance in the oral cavity so that the stop burst is difficult to detect acoustically) and the /g/ gap in Dutch (as voicing and velarity are articulatorily hard to maintain simultaneously).
Stop epenthesis is an alternation that lies at the interface of phonetics and phonology: there are reasons to consider it a phonological alternation, part of the grammar, but it is clearly articulatorily motivated and closely related to language-specific phonetics.