Taking your turn in dialogues: Speaking too soon or too late can change how fluency is perceived

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Original publication
Van Os, M., De Jong, N.H. & Bosker, H.R. (2020). Fluency in dialogue: Turn-taking behavior shapes perceived fluency in native and non-native speech. Language Learning, 70(4), 1183-1217. doi: www.doi.org/10.1111/lang.12416
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Van Os, M., De Jong, N. & Bosker, H.R.
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09 June 2020
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  • Turn taking

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Van Os, M., De Jong, N. & Bosker, H.R. (2020). Taking your turn in dialogues: Speaking too soon or too late can change how fluency is perceived. OASIS Summary of Van Os, M., De Jong, N.H. & Bosker, H.R. (2020) in Language Learning. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/f4752g85p?locale=en

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