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7th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2014
Using the structural priming paradigm, the present study explores predictions made by the Implicit Prosody Hypothesis by testing whether an implicit prosodic boundary generated from a silently-read sentence influences attachment preference for a novel, subsequently read sentence. Results indicate that such priming does occur, although the patterns are highly dependent on individual differences in listeners' "autistic" traits.doi:10.21437/speechprosody.2014-160 fatcat:rnr6pbsg2bbvdajaldkn4pvm5q