Speaker-idiosyncrasy in pausing behavior: Evidence from a cross-linguistic study. Kolly, M.; Leemann, A.; Boula de Mareüil, P.; and Dellwo, V. In ICPhS 2015. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow. The University of Glasgow.
Speaker-idiosyncrasy in pausing behavior: Evidence from a cross-linguistic study [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Phoneticians study acoustic speech signals. But what about the aspects of speech where the signal is silent? The present study investigated speakers' pausing behavior in their native and non-native speech. Pausing measures were applied in order to study between-speaker and within-speaker variability, where within-speaker variability was introduced by recording speakers in their native Zurich German, and in their second languages English and French. Results showed that pausing measures in the form of pause numbers and pause durations are speaker-specific. Furthermore, this speaker-specificity became evident across different languages. Results are discussed in the context of forensic voice comparison. Keywords:
@inproceedings{kolly_speaker-idiosyncrasy_2015,
	Address = {Glasgow},
	Author = {Kolly, Marie-José and Leemann, Adrian and Boula de Mareüil, Philippe and Dellwo, Volker},
	Booktitle = {ICPhS 2015. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences},
	Date = {2015},
	Date-Modified = {2017-03-28 18:09:16 +0000},
	Editor = {{The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015}},
	Keywords = {disfluencies, EFL, ESTIVOZ, FLE, forensic, forensic phonetics, German, interspeaker variation, intraspeaker variation, L2, pauses, phonetics, prosody, temporal factors},
	Publisher = {The University of Glasgow},
	Title = {Speaker-idiosyncrasy in pausing behavior: Evidence from a cross-linguistic study},
	Url = {https://www.internationalphoneticassociation.org/icphs-proceedings/ICPhS2015/Papers/ICPHS0294.pdf},
	Abstract = {Phoneticians study acoustic speech signals. But what about the aspects of speech where the signal is silent? The present study investigated speakers' pausing behavior in their native and non-native speech. Pausing measures were applied in order to study between-speaker and within-speaker variability, where within-speaker variability was introduced by recording speakers in their native Zurich German, and in their second languages English and French. Results showed that pausing measures in the form of pause numbers and pause durations are speaker-specific. Furthermore, this speaker-specificity became evident across different languages. Results are discussed in the context of forensic voice comparison. Keywords:},
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