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The perception of intonation questions and statements in Cantonesea)
a)Portions of this work were presented in “Perception of intonation in Cantonese,” Proceedings of International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Language: Emphasis on Tone Languages, La Rochelle, France, April 2006, and in “Acoustic cues for the perception of intonation in Cantonese,” Proceedings of International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Brisbane, Australia, September 2008.
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Mean percentages of correct identification for each presentation condition and each tone.

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The mean measure of sensitivity (d′) with the standard error bars for each of the six tones in the complete sentence, final syllable, and carrier conditions.

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The mean measure of response bias (c) with the standard error bars for each of the six tones in the complete sentence, final syllable, and carrier conditions.

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Normalized F0 contour (in STs) for each lexical tone with standard error bars are displayed for (a) statements by speaker M1, (b) questions by speaker M1, (c) statements by speaker F1, and (d) questions by speaker F1.

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TABLE I.

The results of the logistic regression analysis in the carrier for questions and statements in Cantonese.

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TABLE II.

The results of the logistic regression analysis in the final syllable for questions and statements in Cantonese.

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Scitation: The perception of intonation questions and statements in Cantonesea)
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/129/2/10.1121/1.3531840
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