Perception and bias in the processing of English compound versus phrasal stress: The effect of synthetic versus natural speech

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The distinction between English compound and phrasal stress has received much attention both theoretically and experimentally. Experimental findings show that listeners attribute a compound meaning to a phrasal stress pattern more often than the other way around. We further investigate the difference by modifying the signal-to-noise ratio in our stimuli to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Vogel2013PerceptionAB, title={Perception and bias in the processing of English compound versus phrasal stress: The effect of synthetic versus natural speech}, author={Irene Vogel and Arild Hestvik and Nadya Pincus}, year={2013} }