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1. chinaXiv:201906.00034 [pdf]

ERMSS_WL_The Prosodic Encoding of Focus in Lujiang Dialect.pdf

Lu Wang1; Yao Lu1,
Subjects: Linguistics and Applied Linguistics >> Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

The focus is the component highlighted in the sentence, which can be broadly divided into broad focus and narrow focus. Prosodic encoding of focus can be reflected on pitch, duration and intensity. Different languages and dialects show different characteristics. This paper takes Lujiang dialect in Anhui Province as the research object, and discusses the prosodic encoding of focus in different tones with wide focus and narrow focus. The results show that the prosodic encoding of focus in Lujiang dialect is reflected in pitch, duration and intensity.

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2. chinaXiv:201906.00033 [pdf]

ERMSS_ZH_The effect of non-labial facial information on audiovisual speech perception.doc

Zeyu Huang; Yao Lu
Subjects: Linguistics and Applied Linguistics >> Linguistics and Applied Linguistics

We conducted an experiment consisting of five blocks to examine the effect of non-labial facial information on audiovisual speech perception. 20 Chinese native speakers were asked to report the syllables they perceived during five condition: audio-only, video-only, video-only without labial part, audiovisual and audiovisual without labial part. The materials were /pa/, /tsa/, /ta/, /tʂa/ and /ka/, which were selected according to places of articulation from front to back. The results showed that even though the non-labial facial information was not enough to distinguish non-labial consonants, they could have significant effect on auditory speech perception

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