By Johanneke Caspers, Yiya Chen, Willemijn Heeren, Jos Pacilly, Niels O. Schiller, Ellen van Zanten

ISBN-10: 9027212163

ISBN-13: 9789027212160

Above and past the Segments offers a distinct selection of experimental linguistic and phonetic study. regularly, it bargains with the experimental method of prosodic, and extra in particular melodic, elements of speech. however it additionally treats segmental phonetics and phonology, moment language studying, semantics and comparable themes.
Apart from ecu languages and dialects (including Dutch, English, Greek, Danish, and dialects from Italy and The Netherlands) there are also chapters on areas as common as China, Russia, South Africa, South Sudan, and Surinam. those all testify the big range of language and speech on the earth.
This e-book is of detailed curiosity to linguists engaged on prosodic features of speech in most cases and to these learning non-Western languages specifically.

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Blind grouping thus acknowledges the fact that voice recognition depends not only on the properties of the individual speaker contained in the speech signal, but also on the individual experience and competences of the listener. Conclusion Social information about the speaker inferred from the speech signal (speaker identity, group membership, social and regional origin, emotional state) is not solely extracted from linguistic and phonetic features but also from recognition of complex patterns, produced with myriad degrees of freedom (Nolan, 2012) and processed in both the right and left hemisphere of the brain (Kreiman & Sidtis, 2011).

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