Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers

Wagner P, Paulson M (2006)
In: Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006.

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German cardinal numbers show variable stress patterns on the phonetic surface. Former studies showed that these cannot be explained by stress shift. In a combined production and perception study, the hypothesis is tested that German cardinal numbers are of a hybrid phonological nature: sentence medially, they behave like compounds following the CSR, while they behave like phonological phrases following the NSR when occurring phrase finally. The hypotheses were tested and for the majority of cases confirmed.
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Wagner P, Paulson M. Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers. In: Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006. 2006.
Wagner, P., & Paulson, M. (2006). Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006
Wagner, P., and Paulson, M. (2006). “Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers” in Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006.
Wagner, P., & Paulson, M., 2006. Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006.
P. Wagner and M. Paulson, “Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers”, Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006, 2006.
Wagner, P., Paulson, M.: Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006. (2006).
Wagner, Petra, and Paulson, Meike. “Stress patterns of complex German cardinal numbers”. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2006. 2006.
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