Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners

Malisz Z, Wlodarczak M, Buschmeier H, Kopp S, Wagner P (2012)
In: Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions. Edinburgh, UK: 36-39.

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In a previous study (Buschmeier et al., INTERSPEECH-2011) we investigated properties of communicative feedback produced by attentive and non-attentive listeners in dialogue. Distracted listeners were found to produce less feedback communicating understanding. Here, we assess the role of prosody in differentiating between feedback functions. We find significant differences across all studied prosodic dimensions as well as influences of lexical form and phonetic structure on feedback function categorisation. We also show that differences in prosodic features between attentiveness states exist, e.g., in overall intensity.
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Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions
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36-39
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The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions
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Edinburgh, UK
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2012-05-02
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Malisz Z, Wlodarczak M, Buschmeier H, Kopp S, Wagner P. Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners. In: Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions. Edinburgh, UK; 2012: 36-39.
Malisz, Z., Wlodarczak, M., Buschmeier, H., Kopp, S., & Wagner, P. (2012). Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners. Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions, 36-39. Edinburgh, UK.
Malisz, Z., Wlodarczak, M., Buschmeier, H., Kopp, S., and Wagner, P. (2012). “Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners” in Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions (Edinburgh, UK), 36-39.
Malisz, Z., et al., 2012. Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners. In Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions. Edinburgh, UK, pp. 36-39.
Z. Malisz, et al., “Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners”, Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions, Edinburgh, UK: 2012, pp.36-39.
Malisz, Z., Wlodarczak, M., Buschmeier, H., Kopp, S., Wagner, P.: Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners. Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions. p. 36-39. Edinburgh, UK (2012).
Malisz, Zofia, Wlodarczak, Marcin, Buschmeier, Hendrik, Kopp, Stefan, and Wagner, Petra. “Prosodic characteristics of feedback expressions in distracted and non-distracted listeners”. Proceedings of The Listening Talker. An Interdisciplinary Workshop on Natural and Synthetic Modification of Speech in Response to Listening Conditions. Edinburgh, UK, 2012. 36-39.
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