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@Article{Barry_et_al:1999,
      AUTHOR = {Barry, William J. and Klein, Cordula and Köser, Stephanie},
      TITLE = {Speech Production Evidence for Ambisyllabicity in German},
      YEAR = {1999},
      JOURNAL = {PHONUS},
      VOLUME = {4},
      PAGES = {87-102},
      URL = {http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/Phonetics/Research/PHONUS_research_reports/Phonus4/Barry_PHONUS4.ps.gz},
      ABSTRACT = {Speech production behaviour for cases where, in German, the assumed syllable structure demands of the Maximum Onset Principle (MOP) and the shortstressed vowel Compulsory Coda Principle (CCP) are in conflict, is compared with cases where there is no conflict. The results of two word manipulation tasks are presented in which subjects were required to divide firstsyllablestressed disyllabic words into two parts, in one case (scanning) introducing a pause between the first and second part, in the other case (swapping) speaking the parts in reverse order. Production of an intervocalic single consonant both as a coda to the (original) first syllable and as an onset to the (original) second syllable is seen as behavioural evidence for the psychological reality of ambisyllabicity, which, as a theoretical construct, resolves the conflict in syllable structure demands. We also discuss the relation of the results to orthographic and taskrelated factors and their implication for the phonological status of the syllable.},
      ANNOTE = {COLIURL : Barry:1999:SPE.pdf}
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