On the Speech-To-Song Illusion: Evidence from German

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Falk, Simone
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Speech Prosody 2010 Conference Proceedings. 2010, 100169. ISBN 978-0-557-51931-6
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The present study investigates the boundaries of speech and song from an acoustic-perceptual perspective. Using the speech-to-song illusion as a method, we tested rhythmic and tonal hypotheses to find out whether acoustic characteristics can cue the perceptual classification of a sentence by German listeners as sung or spoken. First, our results show that, despite individual differences, the speech-to-song illusion is a robust perceptual phenomenon comparable to those known in visual perception. Second, the experiment revealed that acoustic parameters – especially tonal structure – facilitate the perceptual shift from speech to song pointing to an acoustically guided decoding strategy for speech- vs. song-like signals.

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400 Sprachwissenschaft, Linguistik
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perception, illusion, intonation, tone, rhythm, music
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Speech Prosody 2010, 10. Mai 2010 - 14. Mai 2010, Chicago
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ISO 690RATHCKE, Tamara, Simone FALK, 2010. On the Speech-To-Song Illusion: Evidence from German. Speech Prosody 2010. Chicago, 10. Mai 2010 - 14. Mai 2010. In: Speech Prosody 2010 Conference Proceedings. 2010, 100169. ISBN 978-0-557-51931-6
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@inproceedings{Rathcke2010Speec-49753,
  year={2010},
  title={On the Speech-To-Song Illusion: Evidence from German},
  url={https://www.isca-speech.org/archive/sp2010/papers/sp10_169.pdf},
  isbn={978-0-557-51931-6},
  booktitle={Speech Prosody 2010 Conference Proceedings},
  author={Rathcke, Tamara and Falk, Simone},
  note={Article Number: 100169}
}
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