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Speaker Attitude and Sexual Orientation Affect Phonetic Imitation

@inproceedings{Yu2011SpeakerAA,
  title={Speaker Attitude and Sexual Orientation Affect Phonetic Imitation},
  author={Alan C. L. Yu and Carissa Abrego-Collier and R. Baglini and Tommy Grano and M. Martinovic and Charles Otte and J. Thomas and Jasmin Urban},
  year={2011}
}
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 those of their interlocutor. Though social factors have been suggested as a motivator for imitation, few studies have established a tight connection between these extralinguistic factors and a speaker’s likelihood to imitate. The present study explores the effects of perceived sexual orientation and… Expand
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