Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech

Chen A, Den O, de Ruiter J (2007)
The Linguistic Review 24(2-3): 317-344.

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Chen A, Den O, de Ruiter J. Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech. The Linguistic Review. 2007;24(2-3):317-344.
Chen, A., Den, O., & de Ruiter, J. (2007). Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech. The Linguistic Review, 24(2-3), 317-344.
Chen, A., Den, O., and de Ruiter, J. (2007). Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech. The Linguistic Review 24, 317-344.
Chen, A., Den, O., & de Ruiter, J., 2007. Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech. The Linguistic Review, 24(2-3), p 317-344.
A. Chen, O. Den, and J. de Ruiter, “Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech”, The Linguistic Review, vol. 24, 2007, pp. 317-344.
Chen, A., Den, O., de Ruiter, J.: Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech. The Linguistic Review. 24, 317-344 (2007).
Chen, A., Den, Os, and de Ruiter, Jan. “Pitch accent type matters for online processing of information status: Evidence from natural and synthetic speech”. The Linguistic Review 24.2-3 (2007): 317-344.
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