The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish

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The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish. / Tøndering, John; Morris, David Jackson.

2015. Paper præsenteret ved International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Storbritannien.

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Tøndering, J & Morris, DJ 2015, 'The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish' Paper fremlagt ved, Storbritannien, 10/08/2015, .

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Tøndering, J., & Morris, D. J. (2015). The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish. Paper præsenteret ved International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Storbritannien.

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Tøndering J, Morris DJ. The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish. 2015. Paper præsenteret ved International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Storbritannien.

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Tøndering, John ; Morris, David Jackson. / The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish. Paper præsenteret ved International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Storbritannien.4 s.

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abstract = "This paper examines the prosodic perceptual ability of listeners (n=22) in tasks involving global intonation contours and local voice pitch variation. The signaling of utterance type was tested with speech material that included read and non-scripted questions and statements. Local variation was tested with an identification task where the level of prominence of an anaphor signaled either the subject or non-subject of a preceding sentence. Logistic regression revealed that question and statement identification differed between read and non-scripted material and was not linked to performance on the subject/non-subject task. A response bias was also observed in the vocoded condition towards statements. W e conclude that performance differences between the two tasks may be due either to the task-related language ability of the listener or to differences in the perception of global and local prosody.",
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