The role of syntactic obligatoriness in the production of intonational boundaries.

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Researchers have hypothesized that words that are highly related semantically are more likely to occur within the same intonational phrase (F. zzaq;, 1988; E. O. Selkirk, 1984). D. Watson and E. Gibson (2004) proposed that semantic closeness can be captured by using the argument/adjunct distinction, such that intonational boundaries are more likely to occur… (More)

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@article{Watson2006TheRO, title={The role of syntactic obligatoriness in the production of intonational boundaries.}, author={Duane G. Watson and Mara Breen and Edward Gibson}, journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition}, year={2006}, volume={32 5}, pages={1045-56} }