Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish

Malisz Z (2011)
In: Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Hong Kong: 1322-1325.

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Abstract
Two methods assessing timing patterns are used with Polish spontaneous data. Syllabic and interstress intervals are grouped into tempo categories. PVI measures are calculated for both classes of intervals and compared with the predictions of a coupled oscillator model of rhythmic variability. Coupling strengths between the syllabic and the stress oscillator are investigated across rates based on a regression analysis. Both analyses strongly support the syllabic character of timing in Polish and the usefulness of tempo differentiated approaches to timing and rhythm.
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XVII ICPhS
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Hong Kong
Conference Date
2011-08-21
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Malisz Z. Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish. In: Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Hong Kong; 2011: 1322-1325.
Malisz, Z. (2011). Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish. Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1322-1325.
Malisz, Z. (2011). “Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish” in Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Hong Kong), 1322-1325.
Malisz, Z., 2011. Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish. In Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Hong Kong, pp. 1322-1325.
Z. Malisz, “Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish”, Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong: 2011, pp.1322-1325.
Malisz, Z.: Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish. Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. p. 1322-1325. Hong Kong (2011).
Malisz, Zofia. “Tempo differentiated analyses of timing in Polish”. Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Hong Kong, 2011. 1322-1325.
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