Online perception of multiple sociolinguistic cues
My dissertation examines how socioindexical cues like creaky voice ('vocal fry') and high-rising terminals ('uptalk') shape listeners' real-time perceptions of speakers.
Using a series of eye-tracking experiments, I aim to investigate how these different cues individually and jointly contribute to participants' classification of speaker persona.
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