Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI

de Ruiter L (2015)
Journal of Phonetics 48: 29-44.

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de Ruiter L. Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI. Journal of Phonetics. 2015;48:29-44.
de Ruiter, L. (2015). Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI. Journal of Phonetics, 48, 29-44.
de Ruiter, L. (2015). Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI. Journal of Phonetics 48, 29-44.
de Ruiter, L., 2015. Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI. Journal of Phonetics, 48, p 29-44.
L. de Ruiter, “Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI”, Journal of Phonetics, vol. 48, 2015, pp. 29-44.
de Ruiter, L.: Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI. Journal of Phonetics. 48, 29-44 (2015).
de Ruiter, Laura. “Information status marking in spontaneous vs. read speech in story-telling tasks - evidence from intonation analysis using GToBI”. Journal of Phonetics 48 (2015): 29-44.
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