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2010

Speech dominoes and phonetic convergence

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Speech dominoes and phonetic convergence
Interlocutors are known to mutually adapt during conversation. Recent studies have questioned the adaptation of phonological representations and kinematics of phonetic variables such as loudness, speech rate or fundamental frequency. Results are often contradictory and the effectiveness of phonetic convergence during conversation is still an open issue. This paper describes an original experimental paradigm
Gérard Bailly, Amélie Lelong
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where INTERSPEECH
Authors Gérard Bailly, Amélie Lelong
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