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Influence of stress on linguistic change. Some Bickerton's concepts in the study of aphasia
According to Bickerton (1981), Creole languages have been developed in psychological and linguistic stress situations. As a puzzling result, creoles resemble each other more than they resemble –linguistically speaking– the ...
A minimal pair corpus for Venezuelan Spanish
Esta ponencia presenta una prueba diagnóstica de rima (diagnostic rhyme test: DTR) diseñada para evaluar inteligibilidad en español venezolano. El corpus, que consta de 89 pares de palabras que difieren en un solo rasgo ...
Synchronization of hand movement and fundamental frequency in a sample of spoken Spanish
This study based on a multimodal approach to communication presents an analysis of the hand movement in relation to voice variation. The corpus consisted of a set of speech samples from a video-recorded interview conducted ...
Synchronization of hand movements and f0 in Spanish explanatory remarks
In a previous research (Pietrosemoli and Mora, 1998) a close relationship between f0 and the hand movement was reported. Specifically, in the case of explanatory, qualifying or emphatic remarks, a synchronization of the ...
Discourse analysis in special populations
Prosodia y cerebro
Evoked potential correlates of right hemisfere involvement in the processing of a second language
The probe evoked potential paradigm was used to assess the relative engagement of both cerebral hemispheres in 10 Spanish-speaking subjects and in 12 subjects for whom Spanish was a second language, during the processing ...
Dysprosody in three patients with vascular cerebral damage
The data on the neurological bases of prosody are apparently contradictory. This has led to the postulation of four different hypotheses about the cerebral organization of prosody. In the present study the rhythm and melodic ...
Treinta años de mi periplo por el viejo continente