Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners

Arnold D, Wagner P, Möbius B (2011)
In: International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences. 252-255.

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Streefkerk [6] defines prominence as the perceptually outstanding parts in spoken language. An optimal rating scale for syllable prominence has not been found yet. This paper evaluates a 4-point, an 11-point, a 31-point, and a continuous scale for the rating of syllable prominence and gives support for scales using a higher number of levels. Priming effects found by Arnold, et al. [1], could only be replicated using the 31-point scale.
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Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences
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Arnold D, Wagner P, Möbius B. Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners. In: International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences. 2011: 252-255.
Arnold, D., Wagner, P., & Möbius, B. (2011). Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners. International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, 252-255
Arnold, D., Wagner, P., and Möbius, B. (2011). “Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners” in International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences 252-255.
Arnold, D., Wagner, P., & Möbius, B., 2011. Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners. In International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences. pp. 252-255.
D. Arnold, P. Wagner, and B. Möbius, “Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners”, International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, 2011, pp.252-255.
Arnold, D., Wagner, P., Möbius, B.: Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners. International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences. p. 252-255. (2011).
Arnold, Denis, Wagner, Petra, and Möbius, Bernd. “Evaluating different rating scales for obtaining judgments of syllable prominence from naïve listeners”. International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences. 2011. 252-255.
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