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Description of the dataset variables: - **Part_Num**: participant ID - **Script_Line_Number**: number of the script line (see the speech materials) from which the utterance is taken - **Line_ID**: utterance ID - **Sentence**: orthographic transcription of the utterance - **Drinking_Cond**: drinking condition (*Sober* or *Intoxicated*) - **Speaker_Lang**: L1 group (*Mandarin*, *German*, or *Korean*) - **Speaking_Lang**: language spoken in the utterance (*Mandarin*, *German*, *Korean*, or *English*) - **Sex**: participant's sex (*Male* or *Female*) - **Duration_Sec**: duration of the utterance in seconds - **Pitch_Std_Hz**: standard deviation ($SD$) of $f_{0}$ in the utterance in Hertz - **PITCH_Mean_pitch_Hz**: mean of $f_{0}$ in the utterance in Hertz - **PITCH_Max_pitch_Hz**: max of $f_{0}$ in the utterance in Hertz - **PITCH_Min_pitch_Hz**: min of $f_{0}$ in the utterance in Hertz
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