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Examining antecedents and consequences of tourist satisfaction: A structural modeling approach
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This study presents a tourist satisfaction model for a destination and explores the antecedents and consequences (tourist complaints and tourist loyalty) of tourist satisfaction using Guilin for the case study. Expand
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Testing the role of phonetic knowledge in Mandarin tone sandhi
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We investigate native Mandarin speakers’ applications of two exceptionless tone sandhi processes to novel words: the contour reduction 213E21/_T (Tl213) and the perceptually neutralising 213E35/_213. Expand
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A directional asymmetry in Chinese tone sandhi systems
Chinese tone sandhi systems are often classified as left-dominant or right-dominant depending on the position of the syllable retaining the citation tone. An asymmetry exists between the two types ofExpand
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Investigating the motivation–experience relationship in a dark tourism space: A case study of the Beichuan earthquake relics, China
This study identifies implications of dark tourism and describes how tourists and destinations, which are principal collateral cores, define what constitutes “dark” travel. The study also examinesExpand
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Handbook of LC-MS bioanalysis : best practices, experimental protocols, and regulations
Presenting the best practices, experimental protocols, and the latest understanding of regulations, this book offers a comprehensive review of LC–MS bioanalysis of small molecules and macromolecules.Expand
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The nominal pitch accent system of South Kyungsang Korean
The current paper investigates the nominal pitch accent system in South Kyungsang Korean through an acoustic study and presents a phonological analysis for the system based on the acoustic results.Expand
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Contour Tone Licensing and Contour Tone Representation
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We propose a theoretical apparatus that allows more phonetic detail in both the tonal shape and rime duration to enter into phonological representations and show that it on the one hand provides a better account for the cross-linguistic behavior of contour tone licensing, but on the other hand does not endanger the predictive power of phonological theory. Expand
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Phonological Knowledge beyond theLexicon in Taiwanese Double Reduplication
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We show that Taiwanese speakers’ phonological knowledge on the tone pattern in Taiwanese double reduplication is a combination of more than, less than, and exactly what their lexicon informs them of. Expand
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Motivated or paralyzed? Individuals' beliefs about intelligence influence performance outcome of expecting rapid feedback
Abstract The current research examines whether and how beliefs about intelligence moderate the effects of expecting rapid feedback on exam performance. Thirty‐six undergraduates participated in aExpand
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