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Phonetic Imitation from an Individual-Difference Perspective: Subjective Attitude, Personality and “Autistic” Traits
Numerous studies have documented the phenomenon of phonetic imitation: the process by which the production patterns of an individual become more similar on some phonetic or acoustic dimension toExpand
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Effects of Speaker Evaluation on Phonetic Convergence
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We show that the extent of phonetic convergence (and divergence) depends on the speaker’s disposition towards an interlocutor, but not on more “macro” social variables. Expand
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Speaker Attitude and Sexual Orientation Affect Phonetic Imitation
Numerous studies have documented the phenomenon of phonetic convergence: the process by which speakers alter their productions to become more similar on some phonetic or acoustic dimension to thoseExpand
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Liquid dissimilation as listener hypocorrection
Liquid dissimilation as listener hypocorrection Author(s): Carissa Abrego-Collier Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (2013), pp. 3-17 Editors: ChundraExpand
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Investigating variation in English vowel-to-vowel coarticulation in a longitudinal phonetic corpus
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The present study contributes to the literature on inter- and intra-speaker variation in coarticulation, a major precursor to sound change, by focusing on the degree of coarthiculation stressed vowels have on neighboring unstressed vowels using recordings from a longitudinal phonetic corpus. Expand
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Re-diagnosing Appositivity : Evidence for Prenominal Appositives from Mandarin
This paper comes at the typological question by way of a language-internal question. How does the positioning of a Mandarin relative clause relate to the options for its interpretation? I argue thatExpand
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