Using a working definition of stress as subjective impression of prominence, the author attempts to formulate general principles that will predict the relative prominence of different words in particular utterances-what might be called the syntax of stress.
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About the Author
Susan F. Schmerling is a specialist in linguistic theory with a particular interest in the theory of syntax.