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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 59, Numbers 2-3, August 2005

Boundaries in intonational phonology: Introduction
pp. 107-109(3)
Authors: Horne, Merle; Oostendorp, Marc

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Subjects, objects and intonational phrasing in spanish and portuguese
pp. 110-143(34)
Authors: Elordieta, Gorka; Frota, Sónia; Vigário, Marina

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Procliticized Phonological Phrases in English: Evidence from Rhythm
pp. 174-193(20)
Author: Gussenhoven, Carlos

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Sisterhood and tonal scaling
pp. 223-243(21)
Authors: Féry, Caroline; Truckenbrodt, Hubert

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Effects of prosodic boundaries on syntactic disambiguation
pp. 244-258(15)
Authors: Kang, Soyoung; Speer, Shari R.

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Separating similar effects of conjunction and intonation in the resolution of lexical ambiguity
pp. 259-278(20)
Authors: Jackson, Scott; Townsend, David; Bever, Thomas

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Intonational phrasing and constituency in language production and comprehension
pp. 279-300(22)
Authors: Watson, Duane; Gibson, Edward

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