Prosody and intrasyllabic timing in French
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Publisher:Ohio State University. Department of Linguistics
Citation:Working Papers in Linguistics, no. 43 (1994), 41-46.
Durational variation associated with accentuation and final lengthening is examined in a corpus of articulatory data for French. Both factors are associated with measurable differences in acoustic duration. However two different articulatory strategies are employed to make these contrasts although both result in superficially longer and more displaced gestures.
Parts of this research were supported by the National Science Foundation (USA) under Grant no. IRI-8858109 to Mary Beckman, the Ohio State University, and by the National Institutes of Health (USA) under Grant no. NS-13617 to Haskins Laboratories.
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