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Author
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Rose, Ralph L. 
Availability Date
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2019-09-27T10:31:29Z
Availability Date
dc.date.available
2019-09-27T10:31:29Z
Release
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2019
uri
dc.identifier.uri
http://hdl.handle.net/10831/43596
Language
dc.language.iso
angolhu_HU
Title
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The structural signaling effect of silent and filled pauseshu_HU
Type
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könyvfejezet
Version
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jováhagyott változathu_HU
Language
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eng
Rights
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ELTE Bölcsészettudományi Karhu_HU
Abstract in English
dc.description.abstracteng
Filled pauses (uh, um) have been shown in a number of studies to have a facilitative effect for listeners, such as helping them better perceive the syntactic structure of ongoing speech. This may be because the extra time afforded by the filled pause gives listeners more time to process the input. Theoretically, then, silent pauses should show a comparable effect. The present study tests this prediction using a grammaticality judgment task following a study by Bailey and Ferreira (2003). Results show that filled and silent pauses have a comparable influence on listeners’ grammaticality judgments but further suggest that listeners deem silent pauses as more important and influential markers.hu_HU
Conference city
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Budapesthu_HU
Participation
dc.description.confpartytype
hazaihu_HU
Conference country
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Magyarországhu_HU
book author / editor
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Ralph L. Rose; Robert Eklundhu_HU
Address Book
dc.identifier.booktitle
Proceedings of DiSS 2019hu_HU
Doi ID
dc.identifier.doi
10.21862/diss-09-006-rose
Last Page
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22hu_HU
First Page
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19hu_HU
Place of publication
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Budapesthu_HU
access
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hozzáférhetőhu_HU
Class
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publikáció/alkotáshu_HU
Type
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tudományoshu_HU
Author
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ELTE szervezeti egységen kívülihu_HU
Conference beginning
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2019-09-12
End Meeting
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2019-09-13
Conference organizer organization
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ELTE BTKhu_HU
Rent
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ELTE BTKhu_HU
Type
dc.type.type
könyvfejezethu_HU
Release Date
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2019hu_HU


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