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Astesano, Corine

Overview
Works: 13 works in 38 publications in 2 languages and 263 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Editor, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Other
Classifications: PC2139.5, 441.5
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Corine Astesano
Neuropsycholinguistic perspectives on language cognition : essays in honour of Jean-Luc Nespoulous by Corine Astesano( )

11 editions published between 2015 and 2018 in English and held by 127 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rythme et accentuation en français : invariance et variabilité stylistique by Corine Astesano( Book )

8 editions published in 2001 in French and held by 114 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rythme et discours : invariance et sources de variabilité des phénomènes accentuels en français by Corine Astesano( Book )

6 editions published in 1999 in French and Undetermined and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

NOTRE RECHERCHE A POUR OBJET LA DESCRIPTION DU RYTHME DU FRANCAIS, ET PLUS PARTICULIEREMENT DES PHENOMENES ACCENTUELS. NOUS PROPOSONS DE METTRE EN EVIDENCE LES INVARIANTS RYTHMIQUES ET ACCENTUELS DE CE QUI POURRAIT CONSTITUER LE SYSTEME NOYAU DU FRANCAIS, AINSI QUE LA PART DE VARIABILITE INHERENTE A CE SYSTEME LORS DE LA MISE EN ENONCIATION. A CETTE FIN, NOUS PROPOSONS UNE ANALYSE COMPAREE DE DIFFERENTS TYPES DE DISCOURS (LECTURE, JOURNAL RADIOPHONIQUE, INTERVIEW), DONT ON SUPPOSE QU'ILS PARTAGENT UN SYSTEME LINGUISTIQUE COMMUN, MAIS QUI MANIFESTENT UNE VARIABILITE PROPRE AUX DIFFERENTES SITUATIONS DE COMMUNICATION ET AUX DIFFERENTS PROCESSUS D'ENCODAGE. NOUS CHOISISSONS LE MODELE DE DI CRISTO & HIRST (1997) QUI PROPOSE UNE TYPOLOGIE FONCTIONNELLE DU SYSTEME 0 DU FRANCAIS DANS UN CADRE INTERPRETATIF METRIQUE. NOUS PROPOSONS DEUX AXES DE RECHERCHE : D'UNE PART, UNE ANALYSE DE L'ORGANISATION PARADIGMATIQUE DE L'ACCENTUATION (DUREE DIFFERENTIELLE DES CONSTITUANTS SYLLABIQUES, ET ASPECTS DYNAMIQUES DES VARIATIONS LOCALES DE F0) ; D'AUTRE PART, UNE ANALYSE DE L'ORGANISATION TEMPORELLE DE LA PAROLE A PLUSIEURS NIVEAUX D'ACTUALISATION DU RYTHME. NOS RESULTATS SUR LES CARACTERISTIQUES TONALES ET TEMPORELLES DU RYTHME VALIDENT NOTRE HYPOTHESE CONCERNANT L'EXISTENCE D'UN SYSTEME NOYAU. EN EFFET, CERTAINES 'FIGURES' RYTHMIQUES COMMUNES AUX DIFFERENTS TYPES DE DISCOURS SONT MISES EN EVIDENCE. L'ENSEMBLE DES RESULTATS CONFIRME EGALEMENT LA PERTINENCE DU MODELE ACCENTUEL DONT NOUS NOUS INSPIRONS. IL APPARAIT QUE LE FRANCAIS PRESENTE UNE DUALITE ACCENTUELLE ET RYTHMIQUE, DONT LES DESCRIPTIONS TRADITIONNELLES NE RENDENT PAS COMPTE. ENFIN, LA VARIABILITE STYLISTIQUE NE CONCERNE QUE LE DEGRE DE RYTHMICITE, CE QUI CONTRIBUE A SITUER LES STYLES DE PAROLE SUR UNE ECHELLE DE 'METRICITE'
Imitation et contrôle prosodique dans l'entraînement à la remédiation phonétique : évaluation, mesure et applications pour l'enseignant en langue étrangère by Olivier Nocaudie( )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Imitation is a widespread behavior amongst animals and humans, helping us do many things, including adapting to our cultural and social environment, communicating with and learning from others. In this work, we consider aspects of imitation in speech at a prosodic level; more specifically, we will focus on phonetic remediation using the Verbo Tonal Method (VTM). Phonetic practice in the classroom, per se, is an imitation game raising interesting open questions linked to L2 speech perception and production as well as L1 acoustic features reproducibility, i.e phonetic-prosodic control. Our first study deals with the teacher's ability to control prosodic features; it questions the link between the perception of prosodic similarity using the AX and AXB paradigms, and measures of similarity using other metrics on a more objective level. Results are then cross-compared: they reveal a fair correlation between semi-automatic methods and perceptual tests. Our second study builds on previous results and further tests measurements of prosodic similarity obtained from rectilinear stylized f0 curves using a Turning Function. Applying this method to a corpus of lexicalized and delexicalized speech imitations helps us underline the benefits and flaws of the method. We propose to apply such evaluation techniques to train teacher's phonetic control
Aix Map Task corpus: The French multimodal corpus of task-oriented dialogue by Jan Gorisch( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Protocole d'évaluation du langage fondé sur le traitement de fonctions prosodiques : étude exploratoire de deux patients atteints de gliomes de bas grade en contexte péri-opératoire by Karine Aura( Book )

2 editions published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study is dedicated to the development of an exploratory clinical protocol for language evaluation, where prosody is seen as the core system for assessing spoken language processing in a more comprehensive way than is usually the case in clinical studies. Indeed, prosody is usually largely neglected in studies on language processing, as well as in speech therapy and neuropsychological evaluations. However, prosody is tightly linked to the different components of language, and plays a central role in linguistic structuring. Two linguistic functions of prosody are tested here in language comprehension: 1) the syntactic function of prosody, where both final and initial accenting help delimit syntagmatic grouping ; 2) the pragmatic function of prosody, where prosodic focus brings salience to a specific part of discourse. The protocol was first normalized on a control group of healthy participants. We then ran the evaluation in a peri-surgical context on two patients suffering from grade II glioma. The protocol had to be adapted to the context of awake surgery. The language capacities of the patients were tested first in pre-surgical context in order to assess the cognitive consequences of the brain tumor, then in post-surgical context to evaluate the consequences of the tumor removal. Results raise questions regarding the hemispheric specialization of prosody, and more globally regarding the localization of language processing. The other interesting outcome of this research is to propose improvements for the evaluation of language capacities in a surgical context using direct brain electric stimulation
Rôle de la prosodie dans la fluence en lecture oralisée chez des apprenants de Français Langue Étrangère by Charlotte Alazard( Book )

2 editions published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study investigates the influence of oral training on reading out loud in French as a Foreign Language (FFL). Based on the implicit prosody hypothesis by Fodor (2002), we venture that working on the phonetic correction orally will improve speaking fluency, as well as reading fluency, and facilitate the decoding of the written test. We think that the impact of this training will be stronger with beginner than advanced learners. In order to test these hypotheses, we have conducted two longitudinal studies with English FFL students. We have measured the students' fluency before and after training. The acoustics and perceptive results of the first study have confirmed our hypothesis and supported our methodology. In the second study, we follow up on these results on a larger-scale longitudinal study, designed to systematically compare the impact of two phonetics teaching methods on reading skills for FFL learners of French: the Articulatory Method (AM) and the Verbo-Tonal Method (VTM). We have also tested one of the presuppositions of the Structuro-Global Audiovisual Methodology (SGAV) - from which comes the VTM - according to which readings and writings activities should be delayed until students' phonetic and prosodic skills have reached a basic and steady level. Our data support our hypotheses: only the students who have received VTM classes have improved their reading fluency. Furthermore, the introduction of reading activities during the training has caused a decline in all the students' fluency. Thus mastering second language prosody is essential before introducing reading or writing activities
Influence of sentence-level rhythmic regularity and phonological phrasing on linguistic accommodation during conversational interactions : the case of Spanish speaking dyads by Leonardo Francisco Baron Birchenall( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This thesis has two principal aims. In the first place, we would like to offer an overview of the current academic knowledge, both theoretical and empirical, of the processes of linguistic accommodation between interlocutors, in a general sense, and of the rhythmic characteristics of the Spanish language, in particular. In the second place, we present two empirical studies designed to analyze the influence of sentence-level rhythmic regularity and phonological phrasing on the processes of linguistic accommodation. Taken together, the data gathered in this thesis indicate that regular rhythmic sentences, arranged in accentual groups, generate a greater amount of resemblance between Spanish speakers in terms of rhythm and F0 range, with respect to irregular rhythmic sentences and sentences arranged in accentual feet. Moreover, a lower value of F0 mean and a narrower F0 range were observed during the use of both regular rhythmic sentences and sentences arranged in accentual groups compared to the opposite conditions. In addition, some known facts related to women having a higher F0 mean, a wider F0 range, and speaking slower regarding men were also found during the first experiment. As for the perceptual task, sentences of mixed dyads were rated more similar to each other with respect to sentences of female only and male only dyads (among other patterns found)
Di( -y)sfluence et bégaiement by Ségolène Demanet( )

in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La prosodie du français by Martine Adda-Decker( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Quels liens entre accentuation et niveaux de constituance en français ? : une analyse perceptive et acoustique by Laury Garnier( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

L'accent en français est considéré comme un accent post-lexical marquant le niveau du groupe de mots plutôt que le niveau du mot lui-même. L'Accent Final (AF) primaire, cooccurrent à la frontière prosodique, s'effacerait perceptivement en frontière prosodique majeure. L'Accent Initial (AI), dit secondaire et optionnel, serait un accent rythmique apparaissant sur les longs constituants. Dans ce contexte, seuls deux niveaux de constituance sont communément admis en français : le Syntagme Intonatif (IP) et le Syntagme Accentuel (AP). L'existence d'un Syntagme Intermédiaire (ip) est en revanche controversée. Enfin, la prise en compte du Mot Prosodique (PW) (i.e. mot lexical) comme unité de planification, ou de réalisation des règles accentuelles, en structure de surface ne semble pas envisagé. L'objectif de cette étude est d'explorer l'organisation du phrasé prosodique en français. Dans ce cadre, nous proposons une étude perceptive, via un corpus de parole contrôlée manipulant des structures syntaxiques ambiguës, où 80 participants ont effectué 3 tâches de perception : proéminence, frontière et groupement. Les événements prosodiques perçus ont ensuite été mis en relation avec leurs réalités acoustiques. Les résultats montrent que les auditeurs sont capables de percevoir des niveaux de granularité de frontières plus fins que ce que les descriptions traditionnelles du français prédisent. Par ailleurs, les mots lexicaux sont systématiquement réalisés par un marquage bipolaire (AI+AF) de même force métrique. AI joue également un rôle plus structurel que rythmique, en marquant la structure prosodique de manière plus privilégiée qu'AF. Enfin, AF ne s'efface pas perceptivement en frontière prosodique majeure, et garde au contraire une trace métrique au niveau du mot lexical, qui ne varie pas strictement en fonction du niveau de constituance
Neural signature of metrical stress processing in French by Noemie te Rietmolen( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The current dissertation presents an ERP-investigation of metrical stress processing in French. Indeed, while metrical stress is well known to play an invaluable role in speech comprehension, its functions in French speech processing are unclear. French is a language traditionally described as having no accent. This dissertation questions the traditional view and aligns to two metrical models on French accentuation, which propose stress to be encoded in cognitive templates underlying the abstract representation of the word. In our interdisciplinary investigation of metrical stress processing in French, we take a functional, yet metrically rooted, approach. We use the method of Event-Related Potentials (ERP), which provides us with a highly sensitive and temporally precise measure allowing us to determine whether there is metrical stress in French, and to what extent metrical stress aids the listener in speech comprehension. We will show that metrical stress facilitates processing throughout French comprehension and argue for metrical stress, as well as the domain of the word, to be given a more prominent place in the descriptions of French prosody
 
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