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Amplitude envelope modulations across languages reflect prosody

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FROTA, Sónia, Marina VIGÁRIO, Marisa CRUZ, Friederike HOHL, Bettina BRAUN, 2022. Amplitude envelope modulations across languages reflect prosody. Speech Prosody 2022. Lisbon, Portugal, May 23, 2022 - May 26, 2022. In: FROTA, Sónia, ed., Marina VIGÁRIO, ed.. Speech Prosody 2022. Baixas, France:ISCA, pp. 688-692. Available under: doi: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2022-140

@inproceedings{Frota2022Ampli-59438, title={Amplitude envelope modulations across languages reflect prosody}, year={2022}, doi={10.21437/SpeechProsody.2022-140}, address={Baixas, France}, publisher={ISCA}, booktitle={Speech Prosody 2022}, pages={688--692}, editor={Frota, Sónia and Vigário, Marina}, author={Frota, Sónia and Vigário, Marina and Cruz, Marisa and Hohl, Friederike and Braun, Bettina} }

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