Joseph C Tyler
Joseph C Tyler
Verifierad e-postadress på - Startsida
Citeras av
Citeras av
Expanding and mapping the indexical field: Rising pitch, the uptalk stereotype, and perceptual variation
JC Tyler
Journal of English Linguistics 43 (4), 284-310, 2015
Perceptual Dialectology of the Arab World: A Principal Analysis
I Theodoropoulou, JC Tyler
Al-ʿArabiyya: Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic 47 …, 2014
Prosodic correlates of discourse boundaries and hierarchy in discourse production
JC Tyler
Lingua 133, 101-126, 2013
Discourse prosody in production and perception
JC Tyler
University of Michigan, 2012
Prosody and the Interpretation of Hierarchically Ambiguous Discourse
JC Tyler
Discourse Processes 51 (8), 656-687, 2014
Accents, not just prosodic boundaries, influence syntactic attachment
K Carlson, JC Tyler
Language and speech 61 (2), 246-276, 2018
Rises inform, and plateaus remind: Exploring the epistemic meanings of “list intonation” in American English
RS Burdin, J Tyler
Journal of Pragmatics 136, 97-114, 2018
Epistemic and attitudinal meanings of rise and rise-plateau contours
JC Tyler, RS Burdin
Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on Speech Prosody, Boston, MA, 2016
Rising pitch, continuation, and the hierarchical structure of discourse
JC Tyler
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 20 (1), 36, 2014
Form and function: Optional complementizers reduce causal inferences
H Rohde, J Tyler, K Carlson
Glossa (London) 2 (1), 2017
Form and function: Optional complementizers reduce causal inferences
K Carlson, H Rohde, J Tyler
Duration and rise-span on rising pitch in conversational American English: Rises are never both long and large
JC Tyler
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2290-2290, 2014
Rising pitch and quoted speech in everyday American English
J Tyler
Proc. 7th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2014, 548-552, 2014
Rising Pitch as Incompleteness, with Discourse Structuring Effects
JC Tyler
The many meanings of uptalk: an examination of folk perceptions of rising terminal pitch on declaratives
JC Tyler
Women, but not men, perceive declarative rises (uptalk) more positively than falls
JC Tyler
Speakers Use Prosody to Communicate the Intended Interpretation of Ambiguous Discourse
J Kahn, JC Tyler, J Arnold
Systemet kan inte utföra åtgärden just nu. Försök igen senare.
Artiklar 1–17