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A02 - Individual behaviour in encoding and decoding prosodic prominence

In this project we explore how the encoding and decoding of prosodic prominence is affected by individual-specific behaviour in linguistic and cognitive terms. We investigate specificity in perspective-taking and the ability to filter out irrelevant information in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Additionally, we study the impact of individual specificity on prosodic typology research, using data from Egyptian Arabic, a language with an allegedly restricted intonational inventory.

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Team

Name

Prof. Dr. Martine Grice

Principal Investigator A01 and A02

Office: Phonetik, Herbert-Lewin-Straße 6
E-mail: martine.grice(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-5610
Web: Prof. Dr. Martine Grice

Name

Prof. Dr. Dr. Kai Vogeley

Principal Investigator A02

Office: Kerpener Straße 62
E-mail: kai.vogeley(at)uk-koeln.de
Phone:
Web: Prof. Dr. Dr. Kai Vogeley

Name

Dr. Francesco Cangemi

Postdoc A02

Office: Phonetik, Herbert-Lewin-Straße 6
E-mail: fcangemi(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-4195
Web: Dr. Francesco Cangemi

Name

Simon Wehrle

Doctoral student, associated with A02

Office: Phonetik, Herbert-Lewin-Straße 6
E-mail: simon.wehrle(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-4195
Web: Simon Wehrle

Name

Juliane Zimmermann

Doctoral student A02

Office: Kerpener Straße 62
E-mail: juliane.zimmermann(at)uk-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 478-87133
Web: Juliane Zimmermann

Name

Harriet Hanekamp

Student assistant A02

Office: Phonetik, Herbert-Lewin-Straße 6
E-mail: hhaneka1(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone:

List of publications

To appear

  • Grice, Martine, James Sneed German & Paul  Warren. To appear. Intonation systems across varieties of English. In Carlos Gussenhoven & Aoju Chen (eds.), Handbook of Language Prosody. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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