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Infancy, ISSN 1525-0008, 11/2018, Volume 23, Issue 6, pp. 795 - 819
Previous research on infant language discrimination has focused primarily on the role of prosody, specifically rhythmic timing cues. This, however, ignores the... 
4-MONTH-OLD INFANTS | WORD SEGMENTATION | PROSODIC CUES | PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL | BILINGUAL ENVIRONMENTS | FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY | RHYTHM CLASS | YOUNG INFANTS | DIRECTED SPEECH | PITCH PERCEPTION | NATIVE-LANGUAGE | Infants
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American journal of speech-language pathology, ISSN 1058-0360, 11/2018, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp. 1352 - 1362
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to assess the efficacy. of increasing spontaneous expressive language using a modified melodic intonation therapy (MIT)... 
RECOVERY | LINGUISTICS | AUDIOLOGY & SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY | APRAXIA | REHABILITATION | SPEECH | NONFLUENT APHASIA | PLASTICITY | Aphasia | Care and treatment | Apraxia | Methods | Music therapy | Speech therapy | Therapy | Rhythm | Speaking | Intonation | Brain research | Researchers | Listening comprehension | Mean length of utterance | Rehabilitation | Socialization
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Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, ISSN 1662-5161, 08/2014, Volume 8, p. 592
Melodic intonation therapy (MIT) is a structured protocol for language rehabilitation in people with Broca's aphasia. The main particularity of MIT is the use... 
Aphasia | Speech | Treatment | Pitch and rhythm | Melodic intonation therapy | pitch and rhythm | STROKE | aphasia | treatment | RECOVERY | MUSIC | melodic intonation therapy | EFFICACY | speech | NEUROSCIENCES | PSYCHOLOGY
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1968, Programme in Linguistics and English Teaching., ISBN 0582314399, Volume no. 9, [3], 90
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2017, Linguistique historique, ISBN 9782745335494, Volume 9., 256 pages
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Journal of Phonetics, ISSN 0095-4470, 09/2013, Volume 41, Issue 5, pp. 297 - 306
It has been widely shown that adults are capable of using only prosodic cues to discriminate between languages. Previous research has focused largely on how... 
HEARING-LOSS | PERCEPTION | LINGUISTICS | ENGLISH | RECOGNITION | SPEECH RHYTHM | INFANTS | METRICS | SEGMENTATION | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | IDENTIFICATION | NATIVE-LANGUAGE | language | language discrimination | psycholinguistics | psychoacoustics | timing | pitch accent | Analysis | Adults | Discrimination
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Journal of Phonetics, ISSN 0095-4470, 09/2014, Volume 46, Issue 1, pp. 68 - 85
Prosodic structure is often perceived as exhibiting regularities in the patterning of tone sequences or stressed syllables. Recently, prosodic regularities in... 
Intonation | Word segmentation | Perceptual grouping | Distal prosody | LANGUAGE | ATTACHMENT | COMPREHENSION | ENGLISH | WORDS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | DECLINATION | PHRASE BOUNDARIES CONSTRAIN | LINGUISTICS | FUNDAMENTAL-FREQUENCY | SEGMENTATION | RHYTHM | psycholinguistics | psychoacoustics | syllable structure | language | fundamental frequency | prosodic boundary | perception
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Journal of Child Language, ISSN 0305-0009, 11/2007, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 765 - 797
Previous studies have suggested that intonation development in infants and toddlers reflects an interaction between physiological and linguistic influences.... 
intonation | language | psycholinguistics | development of language | Intonation | English | Child Language | Linguistic Theory | Language Acquisition | Infants | Physiology | Syllables | Language Rhythm | Verbal Behavior | Time Factors | Sound Spectrography | Humans | Speech Production Measurement | Phonetics | Female | Infant | Male
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11/2015, ISBN 1118947622, 16
From the very beginning, long before words made up of consonants and vowels can be identified, infants produce the prosodic features that are used for... 
phonetic approach | linguistic approach | word stress | prosodic transcription | English intonation | rhythm of utterances
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Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, ISSN 1877-0428, 2012, Volume 46, pp. 4323 - 4327
Suprasegmental elements such as stress, pitch, juncture and linkers are language universals that are uttered naturally in the mother tongue without prior... 
juncture | pitch | Primary stress | secondary stress | sentential intonation | Intonation | Suprasegmentals | Second Language Instruction | English (Second Language) | Articulation (Speech) | Sentences | Language Universals | Foreign Countries | Proverbs | Pronunciation Instruction | Language Rhythm
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2016, Études de linguistique française, ISBN 9783110471052, Volume 1., viii, 513 pages
This volume presents a series of critical essays on the accentuation, rhythm, and intonation of contemporary French which offer new insight into the formal and... 
Intonation | Prosodic analysis | French language
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