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1 Prosody and Phonology

@inproceedings{Ohala20041PA,
  title={1 Prosody and Phonology},
  author={J. Ohala and A. Dunn and R. Sprouse},
  year={2004}
}
  • J. Ohala, A. Dunn, R. Sprouse
  • Published 2004
  • We address the problem of how to differentiate between phonetically-caused aspects of prosody  those that arise from purely physical phonetic factors and are not reflected in the mental lexicon  vs. phonologically-maintained aspects—those that have a psychological component, i.e., arise from the representation in the mental lexicon. Two case studies are reported: the first focusing on the F0 perturbation caused by pre-vocalic voiced and voiceless consonants, and the second, F0 declination in… CONTINUE READING
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