Frequency Effects and Prosodic Boundary Strength

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BÖGEL, Tina, Alice TURK, 2019. Frequency Effects and Prosodic Boundary Strength. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences : ICPhS2019. Melbourne, Aug 5, 2019 - Aug 9, 2019. In: CALHOUN, Sasha, ed., Paola ESCUDERO, ed., Marija TABAIN, ed. and others. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019. Canberra:Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc., pp. 1014-1018. ISBN 978-0-646-80069-1

@inproceedings{Bogel2019Frequ-48210, title={Frequency Effects and Prosodic Boundary Strength}, url={}, year={2019}, isbn={978-0-646-80069-1}, address={Canberra}, publisher={Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc.}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019}, pages={1014--1018}, editor={Calhoun, Sasha and Escudero, Paola and Tabain, Marija}, author={Bögel, Tina and Turk, Alice} }

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