Article published in:
The Phonetics–Phonology Interface: Representations and methodologies
Edited by Joaquín Romero and María Riera
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 335] 2015
► pp. 109124
References

References

André, Carine, Alain Ghio, Christian Cavé & Bernard Teston
2003 “PERCEVAL: a Computer-Driven System for Experimentation on Auditory and Visual Perception”. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 15), Barcelona, 3-9 August 2003 ed. by Maria-Josep Solé, Daniel Recasens & Joaquín Romero, 1421-1424. Barcelona: Causal Productions.Google Scholar
Audacity Team
2010Audacity [computer program]. (http://​www​.sourceforge​.net).
Boersma, Paul & David Weenink
2011Praat: Doing phonetics by computer: Version 5.2.09 (http://​www​.praat​.org/) (Retrieved on January 10, 2011).Google Scholar
Cangemi, Francesco
2014Prosodic Detail in Neapolitan Italian. Berlin: Language Science Press.Google Scholar
Cangemi, Francesco, Francesco Cutugno, Bogdan Ludusan, Dino Seppi & Dirk Van Compernolle
2011 “Automatic Speech Segmentation for Italian (ASSI): Tools, models, evaluation and applications”. Contesto comunicativo e variabilità nella produzione e percezione della lingua. Proceedings of the 7th Associazione Italiana di Scienze della Voce Conference, Lecce, 26-28 January 2011 ed. by Barbara Gili Fivela, Antonio Stella, Luigia Garrapa & Mirko Grimaldi, 337-344. Roma: Bulzoni.Google Scholar
Cangemi, Francesco & Mariapaola D’Imperio
2011 “Local Speech Rate Differences between Questions and Statements in Italian”. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 17), Hong Kong, 17-21 August 2011 ed. by Wai-Sum Lee & Eric Zee, 392-395. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.Google Scholar
2013 “Tempo and the Perception of Sentence Modality”. Laboratory Phonology 4:1.191-219. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
D'Imperio, Mariapaola & Francesco Cangemi
2009 “The Interplay between Tonal Alignment and Rise Shape in the Perception of Two Neapolitan Rising Accents”. Paper presented at the 4th Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia Conference (PaPI 2009), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, June 2009.
De Dominicis, Amedeo
2010 “Interrogative e assertive in un corpus dialettale recuperato (Bomarzo)”. La dimensione temporale del parlato: Proceedings of the 5th Associazione Italiana di Scienze della Voce Conference, Zurich, 4-6 February 2009 ed. by Stephan Schmid, Michael Schwarzenbach & Dieter Studer, 335-350. Torriana: EDK.Google Scholar
Duncan, Starkey
1972 “Some Signals and Rules for Taking Speaking Turns in Conversations”. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 23:2.283-292. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Eefting, Wieke
1991 “The Effect of Information Value and Accentuation on the Duration of Dutch Words, Syllables and Segments”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 89:1.412-424. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Gubian, Michele, Francesco Cangemi & Lou Boves
2011 “Joint Analysis of F0 and Speech Rate with Functional Data Analysis”. Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing , Prague, 22-27 May 2011, 4972-4975.
Henriksen, Nicholas
2015 “Secondary Correlates of Question Signaling in Manchego Spanish”. This volume.Google Scholar
Lyberg, Bertil & Robert Eklund
1995 “The Possible Use of Prosody in Spoken Language Translation Systems”. Speakers’ Papers, 7th World Telecommunication Forum, Technology Summit: Convergence of technologies, services and applications , Geneva, 3-11 October 1995, Vol. 1, 9-13.
Maturi, Pietro
1988 “L’intonazione delle frasi dichiarative ed interrogative nella varietà napoletana dell’Italiano”. Rivista Italiana di Acustica 12.13-30.Google Scholar
Niebuhr, Oliver, Julia Bergherr, Susanne Huth, Cassandra Lill & Jessica Neuschulz
2010 “Intonationsfragen hinterfragt — Die Vielschichtigkeit der prosodischen Unterschiede zwischen Aussage — und Fragesätzen mit deklarativer Syntax”. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 77.304-346.Google Scholar
Petrone, Caterina
2008Le rôle de la variabilité phonétique dans la représentation des contours intonatifs et de leur sens. Ph.D. dissertation, Université Aix-Marseille I.Google Scholar
Pfitzinger, Hartmut R.
2001Phonetische Analyse der Sprechgeschwindigkeit, Forschungsberichte des Instituts für Phonetik und Sprachliche Kommunikation der Universität München 38.117-264.Google Scholar
Rialland, Annie
2007 “Question Prosody: An African perspective”. Tones and Tunes: Typological Studies in Word and Sentence Prosody ed. by Tomas Riad & Carlos Gussenoven, 35-62. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ryalls, John, Guylaine Le Dorze, Nathalie Lever, Lisa Ouellet & Céline Larfeuil
1994 “The Effects of Age and Sex on Speech Intonation and Duration for Matched Statements and Questions in French”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 95:4.2274-2276. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Smith, Caroline L.
2002 “Prosodic Finality and Sentence Type in French”. Language and Speech 45:2.141-178. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Turk, Alice, Satsuki Nakai & Mariko Sugahara
2006 “Acoustic Segment Durations in Prosodic Research: A practical guide”. Methods in Empirical Prosody Research ed. by Stefan Sudhoff, Denisa Lenertová, Roland Meyer, Sandra Pappert, Petra Augurzky, Ina Mleinek, Nicole Richter & Johannes Schließer, 1-28. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
van Heerden, Charl J. & Etienne Barnard
2007 “Speech Rate Normalization Used to Improve Speaker Verification”. SAIEE Africa Research Journal 98:4.129-135.Google Scholar
van Heuven, Vincent J. & Judith Haan
2000 “Phonetic Correlates of Statement versus Question Intonation in Dutch”. Intonation: Analysis, modelling and technology ed. by Antonis Botinis, 119-143. Dordrecht: Kluwer.Google Scholar
2002 “Temporal Distribution of Interrogativity Markers in Dutch: A perceptual study”. Papers in Laboratory Phonology 7 ed. by Carlos Gussenhoven & Natasha Warner, 61-86. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.Google Scholar
van Heuven, Vincent J. & Ellen van Zanten
2005 “Speech Rate as a Secondary Prosodic Characteristic of Polarity Questions in Three Languages”. Speech Communication 47:1-2.87-99. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Williams, Carl E. & Kenneth N. Stevens
1972 “Emotions and Speech. Some Acoustical Correlates”. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 52:4B.1238-1250. CrossrefGoogle Scholar