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Alternative TitleExperimental study on declination in Chinese intonation
黄贤军; 高路; 杨玉芳; 吕士楠
Source Publication声学学报(中文版)
Keyword韵律短语 音高曲线 声调组合 下倾 音高变化 低音 韵律词 汉语语调 实验研究 分析结果
Subject Area心理语言学
Funding Project国家自然科学基金(60775026);;高等学校学科创新引智计划(B07018)资助项目
NoteThe aim of designing sentences with special tone combinations is to investigate the declination tendency of intonation in Mandarin Chinese.The result shows that baselines of Prosodic Phrases (PP),as the basic declination units,show the phenomena of declination clearly,and the declination slope is in inverse proportion to the length of PP.Different tone combinations of PP have different declination slopes.The primary conclusions are as follows:(1) If low points are at the beginning of prosodic word,the absolute value of baseline slope is larger than those at the end; (2) The declination of PP is larger if it is at the beginning of sentences than that at the end.(3) The start-points of baselines of PPs fall in order when there are more than two PPs in one sentence,the declination pattern is relevant to syntactic-semantic relations between prosodic phrases.
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黄贤军,高路,杨玉芳,等. 汉语语调音高下倾的实验研究[J]. 声学学报(中文版),2009,34(2):158-166.
APA 黄贤军,高路,杨玉芳,&吕士楠.(2009).汉语语调音高下倾的实验研究.声学学报(中文版),34(2),158-166.
MLA 黄贤军,et al."汉语语调音高下倾的实验研究".声学学报(中文版) 34.2(2009):158-166.
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