Intonation interpretations are talker-sensitive, but not talker-specific

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One of the persistent puzzles for theories of intonational phonology and its processing pertains to the phonetic variability in speech sounds. Even a seemingly straightforward distinction (e.g., question vs. statement) exhibits substantial variability conditioned on physiological and socio-indexical factors (e.g., talker’s height, gender, age, dialect). The current study investigates why listeners...


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