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The development of tone in many languages is thought to arise from the phonologization of obstruent-intrinsic F0 (‘onset F0’; e.g. Hombert et al., 1979). While onset F0 effects are both robust and perceptible, the conditions under which listeners come to interpret them as a primary cue remain unclear. Here, we explore the idea that tonogenesis may involve a stage where VOT is inversely related to the magnitude of onset F0 (cf. Beddor, 2009).
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 31 May 2014|
|Event||3rd Workshop on Sound Change - California, United States|
Duration: 28 May 2014 → 31 May 2014
|Conference||3rd Workshop on Sound Change|
|Period||28/05/14 → 31/05/14|
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