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Intonation in Infant Speech
Perceptual Physiologic and Acoustic Data
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Acoustic and physiologic acoustic correlates acoustic signal American English amplitude analysis archetypal articulatory articulatory gestures arytenoid cartilages average fundamental frequency Bernoulli force breath cartilages Chapter chest register data for speaker deep phrase marker derived phrase marker disjuncture duration eat his soup elastic recoil force end of phonation example expiration falling Figure fundamental frequency contour glottis Hadding-Koch intonation contours intonation patterns Joe eat languages laryngeal muscles laryngeal tension linguistic listeners lungs marked breath-group means mental frequency morphemes msec nonterminal normal breath-group Note occur pauses perception phonetic output physiologic data pitch contours pitch levels plotted pressure function produced prominence psychoacoustic respiratory system rutted road segmental feature semantic sentence Joe spectrograms speech signal stress levels subglottal air pressure subglottal pressure suprasegmental Swedish syntactic terminal fundamental frequency terminal rise thyroid cartilage tion tone-patterns tones Trager and Smith Trager-Smith transcribed Tune underlying phrase marker unmarked utterance vocal cords vowels words yes-no questions