Zsuzsanna Bárkányi

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The relation between vowel formants and subglottal resonances (SGRs) has previously been explored in English, German, and Korean. Results from these studies indicate that vowel classes are categorically separated by SGRs. We extended this work to Hungarian vowels, which have not been related to SGRs before. The Hungarian vowel system contains paired long(More)
According to the traditional phonological literature, regressive voicing assimilation in obstruent clusters is an obligatory categorical, completely neutralising process in Hungarian, as long as no major prosodic boundary signalised by a longer pause intervenes between the target and the trigger. In the present experiment, the effect of minor prosodic(More)
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