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Publication . Article . 2021

The effect of different information sources on prosodic boundary perception

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Published: 01 Nov 2021 Journal: JASA Express Letters (issn: 2691-1191, Copyright policy )
Abstract

This study aims to quantify the effect of several information sources: acoustic, higher-level linguistic, and knowledge of the prosodic system of the language, on the perception of prosodic boundaries. An experiment with native and non-native participants investigating the identification of prosodic boundaries in Japanese was conducted. It revealed that non-native speakers as well as native speakers with access only to acoustic information can recognize boundaries better than chance level. However, knowledge of both the prosodic system and of higher-level information are required for a good boundary identification, each one having similar or higher importance than that of acoustic information.

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EC| BOOTPHON
Project
BOOTPHON
A computational approach to early language bootstrapping
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 295810
  • Funding stream: FP7 | SP2 | ERC
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