Pilar Prieto mostly deals with Linguistics, Catalan, Intonation, Gesture and Phonology. Her study in Stress, Phonetics, Romance languages, Prosody and Stress falls under the purview of Linguistics. Her Catalan research incorporates themes from Lexicon, Pragmatics and Reading.
Her work in Intonation covers topics such as Variety which are related to areas like Sentence, Interrogative word, Interrogative and Catalan dialects. Her Gesture study combines topics in areas such as Object, Speech recognition, Grammatical development and Developmental psychology. Her Speech recognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Babbling and Deixis.
Pilar Prieto mainly investigates Linguistics, Gesture, Catalan, Intonation and Prosody. Phonology, Syllable, Stress, Romance languages and Vowel are the subjects of her Linguistics studies. Her Gesture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cognitive psychology, Perception, Communication, Nonverbal communication and Speech recognition.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including European Portuguese, Variety, Grammar and Phrase. Pilar Prieto works mostly in the field of Intonation, limiting it down to topics relating to Tone and, in certain cases, Pitch accent, as a part of the same area of interest. Her research integrates issues of Politeness and Set in her study of Prosody.
Gesture, Linguistics, Pronunciation, Cognitive psychology and Prosody are her primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Narrative, Nonverbal communication, Communication, Language development and Meaning in addition to Gesture. Pilar Prieto performs multidisciplinary study in Linguistics and Singing in her work.
Pilar Prieto combines subjects such as Speech recognition and Foreign language with her study of Pronunciation. Her Cognitive psychology research includes elements of First language, Comprehension and Embodied cognition. Her research integrates issues of Semantics, Negation, Double negation and Pragmatics in her study of Prosody.
Her main research concerns Gesture, Nonverbal communication, Pronunciation, Intonation and Meaning. Her work in Gesture addresses subjects such as Encoding, which are connected to disciplines such as Perception, Vowel length, Imitation, Epistemic commitment and Matching. The various areas that Pilar Prieto examines in her Pronunciation study include Cognitive psychology, Foreign language and Speech recognition.
Pilar Prieto interconnects Epistemology and Certainty in the investigation of issues within Intonation. Her study with Meaning involves better knowledge in Linguistics. Her Linguistics study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Developmental psychology.
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Tonal alignment patterns in Spanish
Pilar Prieto;Jan van Santen;Julia Hirschberg.
Journal of Phonetics (1995)
Pitch downtrend in Spanish
Pilar Prieto;Chilin Shih;Holly Nibert.
Journal of Phonetics (1996)
Rising Accents in Castilian Spanish: A Revision of Sp_ToBI
Timothy L. Face;Pilar Prieto.
Journal of Portuguese Linguistics (2007)
The segmental anchoring hypothesis revisited: Syllable structure and speech rate effects on peak timing in Spanish
Pilar Prieto;Francisco Torreira.
Journal of Phonetics (2007)
Pitch accent alignment in Romance: primary and secondary associations with metrical structure
Pilar Prieto;Mariapaola D'Imperio;Barbara Gili Fivela.
Language and Speech (2005)
Acoustic correlates of stress in central Catalan and Castilian Spanish
Marta Ortega-Llebaria;Pilar Prieto.
Language and Speech (2011)
Intonational phrasing in Romance: The role of syntactic and prosodic structure
Mariapaola D’Imperio;Gorka Elordieta;Sónia Frota;Pilar Prieto.
Phonotactic and phrasal properties of speech rhythm. Evidence from Catalan, English, and Spanish
Pilar Prieto;Maria del Mar Vanrell;Lluïsa Astruc;Elinor Payne.
Speech Communication (2012)
Intonation in Romance
Sónia Frota;Pilar Prieto.
The phonetics and phonology of intonational phrasing in Romance
Sonia Frota;Mariapaola d'Imperio;Gorka Elordieta;Pilar Prieto.
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