Supplementary Material for: ‘Speech-Smile’, ‘Speech-Laugh’, ‘Laughter’ and Their Sequencing in Dialogic Interaction

2008-05-28T00:00:00Z (GMT) by Kohler K.J.
Laughing is examined auditorily and acoustico-graphically, on the basis of exemplary speech data from spontaneous German dialogues, as pulmonic air stream modulation for communicative functions, paying attention to fine phonetic detail in interactional context. These phonetic case descriptions of laughing phenomena in speaker interaction in a small corpus have as their goal to create an awareness of the phonetic and functional parameters that need to be considered in the future acquisition, acoustic analysis and statistical evaluation of large spontaneous databases.




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