The limits of metrical segmentation : intonation modulates infants' extraction of embedded trochees

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We tested German nine-month-olds’ reliance on pitch and metrical stress for segmentation. In a headturn-preference paradigm, infants were familiarized with trisyllabic words (weak–strong–weak (WSW) stress pattern) in sentence-contexts. The words were presented in one of three naturally occurring intonation conditions: one in which high pitch was aligned with the stressed syllable and two misalignment conditions (with high pitch preceding vs. following the stressed syllable). Infants were tested on the SW unit of the WSW carriers. Experiment 1 showed recognition only when the stressed syllable was high-pitched. Intonation of test items (similar vs. dissimilar to familiarization) had no influence (Experiment 2). Thus, German nine-month-olds perceive stressed syllables as word onsets only when high-pitched, although they already generalize over different pitch contours. Different mechanisms underlying this pattern of results are discussed.

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ISO 690ZAHNER-RITTER, Katharina, Muna SCHÖNHUBER, Bettina BRAUN, 2016. The limits of metrical segmentation : intonation modulates infants' extraction of embedded trochees. In: Journal of Child Language. 2016, 43(06), pp. 1338-1364. ISSN 0305-0009. eISSN 1469-7602. Available under: doi: 10.1017/S0305000915000744
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@article{ZahnerRitter2016-11limit-32510,
  year={2016},
  doi={10.1017/S0305000915000744},
  title={The limits of metrical segmentation : intonation modulates infants' extraction of embedded trochees},
  number={06},
  volume={43},
  issn={0305-0009},
  journal={Journal of Child Language},
  pages={1338--1364},
  author={Zahner-Ritter, Katharina and Schönhuber, Muna and Braun, Bettina},
  note={Weitere Namensform: Pohl, Muna}
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