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Plenary Lectures

The relation between language users' perception and production repertoires
    Patrice Speeter Beddor
Big issues in speech perception: Abstraction and nativeness
    Anne Cutler
The neural control of speech: From computational modeling to neural prosthesis
    Frank Guenther
What speech synthesis can do for you (and what you can do for speech synthesis)
    Simon King

Discussant Sessions

Phonation and voice quality

Phonation and voice quality
    Christian DiCanio
Contextually dependent cue weighting for a laryngeal contrast in Shanghai Wu
    Jie Zhang, Hanbo Yan
The role of voice quality in Shanghai tone perception
    Jiayin Gao, Pierre Hallé
Perception of pitch in glottalizations of varying duration by German listeners
    Maria Paola Bissiri, Margaret Zellers
Coda glottalization in American English
    Scott Seyfarth, Marc Garellek

Phonetics-phonology interface and laboratory phonology

Phonetics-phonology interface and laboratory phonology
    Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk
Timing patterns of word-initial obstruent- sonorant clusters in Russian
    Stefania Marin, Marianne Pouplier, Alexei Kochetov
Word-final (mor-) phonotactic consonant clusters in standard Austrian German
    Hannah Leykum, Sylvia Moosmüller, Wolfgang U. Dressler
The influence of preceding consonant on perceptual epenthesis in Japanese
    Elizabeth Hume, Kathleen Currie Hall, Wakayo Mattingley
Acoustics characteristics of open transition in nonnative consonant cluster production
    Colin Wilson, Lisa Davidson

Speech production and articulatory phonetics

Toward an embodied and embedded phonetics
    Bryan Gick
A lip protrusion mechanism examined by magnetic resonance imaging and finite element modeling
    Teng Li, Kiyoshi Honda, Jianguo Wei, Jianwu Dang
Decoupling functional units in speech production using auditory startle
    Chenhao Chiu, Bryan Gick
How can speech production skills be predicted from visual, auditory, and haptic perception skills?
    Caroline Gluth, Philip Hoole
The contribution of auditory feedback to corrective movements in vowel formant trajectories
    Caroline Niziolek, Srikantan Nagarajan, John Houde

Sound change and speech evolution

Sound change and speech evolution
    Andrew Wedel
Investigating variation in English vowel-to-vowel coarticulation in a longitudinal phonetic corpus
    Alan Yu, Carissa Abrego-Collier, Jacob Phillips, Betsy Pillion
The effect of word frequency on the timecourse of tonogenesis in Seoul Korean
    Hye-Young Bang, Morgan Sonderegger, Yoonjung Kang, Meghan Clayards, Tae-Jin Yoon
Trajectories of voice onset time in spontaneous speech on reality TV
    Morgan Sonderegger
Word-level distributions and structural factors codetermine GOOSE fronting
    Márton Sóskuthy, Paul Foulkes, Vincent Hughes, Jennifer Hay, Bill Haddican

Tone and intonation

Tone and intonation: Beyond the obvious
    Yi Xu
The effect of cognitive load on tonal coarticulation
    Kathryn Franich
Phonetic effects of speaking style on final rises in German questions and statements
    Jan Michalsky
A case study of tone and intonation in two Tibetic language varieties
    Amos Teo, Lauren Gawne, Melissa Baese-Berk
Focus placement on adjacent words in yes/no questions
    Jonathan Howell

Phonetics of first language acquisition

Phonetics of first language acquisition
    Mary E. Beckman
Consonant and syllable frequency effects in stop and fricative acquisition in preschool Drehu- and French-acquiring children
    Julia Monnin, Hélène Loevenbruck, Anne Vilain
Effects of age and vocabulary size on production accuracy and acoustic differentiation of young children's sibilant fricatives
    Hannele Nicholson, Benjamin Munson, Patrick Reidy, Jan Edwards
Crowdsourcing for gradient ratings of child speech: Comparing three methods of response aggregation
    Tara McAllister Byun, Peter Halpin, Daphna Harel
Development of lingual motor control in children and adolescents
    Natalia Zharkova, William J. Hardcastle, Fiona E. Gibbon, Robin J. Lickley

Forensic phonetics and speaker characteristics

Forensic phonetics and speaker characteristics
    Francis Nolan
The vocal tract as a biometric: output measures, interrelationships, and efficacy
    Peter French, Paul Foulkes, Philip Harrison, Vincent Hughes, Louisa Stevens
Speaker variability in the production of coarticulated tones
    Ka Wai (Ricky) Chan
Speaker-idiosyncrasy in pausing behavior: Evidence from a cross-linguistic study
    Marie-José Kolly, Adrian Leemann, Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Volker Dellwo
On the speaker specificity of hesitation markers
    Angelika Braun, Annabelle Rosin


    Paul Foulkes
Static vs dynamic perspectives on the realization of vowel nuclei in West Australian English
    Gerard Docherty, Simon Gonzalez, Nathaniel Mitchell
A dynamic acoustic view of real-time change in word-final liquids in spontaneous Glaswegian
    Jane Stuart-Smith, Robert Lennon, Rachel Macdonald, Duncan Robertson, Márton Sóskuthy, Brian José, Ludger Evers
Switching language dominance for ideological reasons: A study of Galician new speakers' speech production and perception
    Gisela Tomé Lourido, Bronwen G. Evans
Entrainment as a basis for co-ordinated actions in speech
    Richard Ogden, Sarah Hawkins

Speech perception

Speech perception – perceptual flexibility
    Valerie Hazan
Individual differences in perception of unfamiliar speech
    Melissa Baese-Berk, Tessa Bent, Stephanie Borrie, Megan McKee
Development of perceptual flexibility
    Tessa Bent
Older listeners' decreased flexibility in adjusting to changes in speech signal reliability
    Laurence Bruggeman, Esther Janse
Is perception personal?
    John Kingston, Stephanie Rich, Alice Shen, Shifra Sered

Phonetic corpora and big data

Phonetic corpora and big data
    Martine Adda-Decker
Impact of frame rate on automatic speech-text alignment for corpus-based phonetic studies
    Katarina Bartkova, Denis Jouvet
Structured variability in acoustic realization: a corpus study of voice onset time in American English stops
    Eleanor Chodroff, John Godfrey, Sanjeev Khudanpur, Colin Wilson
Word frequency effects on homophonous words in Mandarin Chinese
    Ethan Sherr-Ziarko
The influence of prosodic context on high vowel devoicing in spontaneous Japanese
    Oriana Kilbourn-Ceron

Oral Sessions

Phonetics of Korean

ePGG, airflow and acoustic data on glottal opening in Korean plosives
    Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda
Dialectal variability in place and manner of Korean affricates
    Jessamyn Schertz, Yoonjung Kang, Alexei Kochetov, Eun Jong Kong, Sungwoo Han
Domain-initial denasalisation in Busan Korean: A cross-generational case study
    Kayeon Yoo
Systematic variation in the articulation of the Korean liquid across prosodic positions
    Yoonjeong Lee, Louis Goldstein, Shrikanth Narayanan


Contrast reduction among coronals is conditioned by the following vowel
    Qandeel Hussain, Mark Harvey, Michael Proctor, Katherine Demuth
The articulation of contrastive and non-contrastive pre-stopped consonants in Kaytetye
    Susan Lin, Mark Harvey, Myfany Turpin, Alison Ross, Katherine Demuth
A comparison of the acoustics of nonsense and real word stimuli: Coronal stops in Bengali
    Olga Maxwell, Brett Baker, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Janet Fletcher
Production planning and coronal stop deletion in spontaneous speech
    James Tanner, Morgan Sonderegger, Michael Wagner

Voicing Patterns

Patterns of voicing in American English voiced obstruents in connected speech
    Lisa Davidson
Stop voicing and F0 perturbations: Evidence from French and Italian
    James Kirby, D. Robert Ladd
Voicing contrast in Turkish: Simultaneous measurements of acoustics, EPG and intraoral pressure
    Ozlem Unal Logacev, Susanne Fuchs
Voicing variations in French obstruents: Distribution and acoustic quantification
    Fanny Ivent, Martine Adda-Decker, Cécile Fougeron

Lexical F0 and Focus

Examining lexical tonal contrast in Norwegian using intonation modelling
    Niamh Kelly, Katrin Schweitzer
The acquisition of prosodic focus-marking in Central Swedish: Sorting out lexical and post-lexical tones
    Anna Sara H. Romøren, Aoju Chen
Target-like distribution of Norwegian lexical pitch accents in spontaneous speech produced by L2 speakers
    Guri Steien, Pernille Hansen
Voicing in Polish: Interactions with lexical stress and focus
    Zofia Malisz, Marzena Żygis

Speech Perception I

Cumulative effects of phonetic context on speech perception
    Caicai Zhang, Gang Peng, Xiao Wang, William Shi-Yuan Wang
Generalization of dimension-based statistical learning
    Lori L. Holt, Kaori Idemaru
The effect of target-background synchronicity on speech-in-speech recognition
    Susanne M. Brouwer, Ann R. Bradlow
Release bursts vs. formant transitions in Polish stop place perception
    Grzegorz Aperliński, Geoffrey Schwartz

Sociophonetics I

Sociophonetics of the velarized lateral in the Viennese dialect
    Carolin Schmid, Sylvia Moosmüller, Christian Kasess
Gender-specific differences in sibilant contrast realizations in English and German
    Adrian Simpson, Melanie Weirich
Acoustic analyses of differences in [ç] and [ʃ] productions in Hood German
    Stefanie Jannedy, Melanie Weirich, Louisa Helmeke
Intonational variation in Liverpool English
    Claire Nance, Sam Kirkham, Eve Groarke

Topics in Speech Production

Coordination of eyebrow movement with speech acoustics and head movement
    Kevin D. Roon, Mark Tiede, Katherine Dawson, Douglas H. Whalen
Acoustic evidence of articulatory adjustments to sustain voicing during voiced stops
    Maria-Josep Solé
Coordination of lexical and paralinguistic F0 in L2 production
    Yuki Asano
Morphological effects on pronunciation
    Petroula Mousikou, Patrycja Strycharczuk, Alice Turk, Kathleen Rastle, James M. Scobbie

Gestural Coordination

The role of anterior lingual gesture delay in coda /r/ lenition: An ultrasound tongue imaging study
    Eleanor Lawson, James M. Scobbie, Jane Stuart-Smith
Intergestural organisation and CV-overlap in palatalised liquids in Russian
    Taja Stoll, Jonathan Harrington, Philip Hoole
Gestural coordination of Brazilian Portugese nasal vowels in CV syllables: A real-time MRI study
    Alexsandro Meireles, Louis Goldstein, Reed Blaylock, Shrikanth Narayanan
Effects of phonological competition on speech planning and execution
    Christine Mooshammer, Mark Tiede, Argyro Katsika, Louis Goldstein

Production of Liquids

An EMA examination of liquids in Czech
    Phil Howson, Alexei Kochetov
An EPG+UTI study of Italian /r/
    Lorenzo Spreafico, Chiara Celata, Alessandro Vietti, Chiara Bertini, Irene Ricci
Determining categoricity in English /l/-darkening: A principal component analysis of ultrasound spline data
    Danielle Turton
An ultrasound examination of taps in Japanese
    Noriko Yamane, Phil Howson, Po-Chun Wei

Influences on L2 Learning

Third language pronunciation performance and metaphonological awareness: A correlational study
    Magdalena Wrembel
What factors predict age effects in L2 perception:  A comparison of social, cognitive, and experiential factors
    Wendy Baker-Smemoe
Learning pronunciation variants in a second language: Orthographic effects
    Sascha Coridun, Mirjam Ernestus, Louis ten Bosch
On improving the pronunciation of French /r/ in Chinese learners by using real-time ultrasound visualization
    Yaru Wu, Cédric Gendrot, Pierre Hallé, Martine Adda-Decker

Tone and Tonal Contrasts

Prosodic structure and intonation in Koasati
    Matthew Gordon, Jack Martin, Linda Langley
Lexical and post-lexical tone in Choguita Rarámuri
    Marc Garellek, Andrés Aguilar, Gabriela Caballero, Lucien Carroll
Modeling Iu Mien tone with eigenpitch representations
    Ryan Shosted, Marissa Barlaz, Di Wu
Perception of Pseudoswedish tonal contrasts by native speakers of American English: Implications for models of intonation perception
    Jonathan Barnes, Alejna Brugos, Nanette Veilleux, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel

Language Change

Glottalization and Taiwan Min checked tone sound change
    Hohsien Pan, Shaoren Lyu, Ning Chang
Does vowel intrinsic f0 affect lexical tone?
    Jessica Siddins, Jonathan Harrington
Raising of /a/ in Copenhagen Danish – Perceptual consequences across two generations
    Nicolai Pharao, Jacob Thøgersen, Kirsten Lundholm Appel, Vanessa Wolter
An experimental investigation of tonogenesis in Punjabi
    Jasmeen Kanwal, Amanda Ritchart

Phonetics-Phonology Interface I

Relation between syllable count judgments and durations of English liquid rimes
    Abigail Cohn, Sam Tilsen
The tune drives the text: Schwa in consonant-final loan words in Italian
    Martine Grice, Michelina Savino, Alessandro Caffò, Timo Roettger
Perturbation of stability patterns in syllable production
    Anne Hermes, Doris Mücke, Bastian Auris
Phonemic length and phrasal accent in Slovak consonantal and vocalic nuclei
    Lia Saki Bucar Shigemori, Marianne Pouplier, Štefan Beňuš

Cross-Linguistic Comparisons

Prosodic signaling of information and discourse structure from a typological perspective
    Anastasia Karlsson, David House, Jan-Olof Svantesson
Deriving manner of articulation classes from phoneme co-occurrence frequencies
    Eleonora Albano
Cross-linguistic articulation rate among near-balanced bilinguals and implications for second language fluency measurement
    Miki Shrosbree
Cross-linguistic differences between accented vs unaccented vowel durations
    Paolo Mairano, Fabian Santiago, Antonio Romano

Phonetics of Celtic Languages

Comparison of fundamental frequency in Welsh and English in bilingual speech
    Mikhail Ordin, Ineke Mennen
On the correlation of acoustic vowel and coda duration in modern Welsh C(C)VC monosyllables
    Sven Grawunder, Sabine Asmus, Cormac Anderson
Preaspirated stops in the English of Scottish Gaelic-English bilinguals
    Ian Clayton

Clinical Phonetics: Voice and Prosody

Phonation stabilisation time as an indicator of voice disorder
    Felix Schaeffler, Janet Beck, Stephen Jannetts
Glottal area patterns in numerically simulated diplophonia
    Jean Schoentgen, Philipp Aichinger
Retrospective longitudinal acoustic and perceptive study of substitution voice after partial laryngectomy
    Lise Crevier-Buchman, Emeline Roques, Nicolas Audibert

Aspects of Rhythm

Rhythm in Korean verse, sico
    Hae-Sung Jeon
Spanish-accented English is Spanish to English-learning 5-month-olds
    Melissa Paquette-Smith, Elizabeth K. Johnson
Accent and beat matching: The correspondence of English stress and Japanese pitch in terms of textsetting
    Noriko Hattori

Fricatives around the World

An acoustic study of fricatives in Temirgoy Adyghe
    Ludger Paschen
Aspiration in alveolar fricatives in Bodo
    Priyankoo Sarmah, Phunuma Mazumdar
Mehri ejective fricatives: An acoustic study
    Rachid Ridouane, Cédric Gendrot, Rajesh Khatiwada


Articulatory consequences of prediction during comprehension
    Eleanor Drake, Sonja Schaeffler, Martin Corley
Processing relationships between language-being-spoken and other speech dimensions
    Charlotte Vaughn, Ann R. Bradlow
Compensatory and adaptive responses to real-time formant shifts in adults and children
    Hayo Terband, Frits van Brenk

Vowel Acoustics

An acoustic study of monophthongs in Brunei Mandarin
    Shufang Xu, David Deterding
Acoustic characteristics of clearly spoken English tense and lax vowels
    Keith King Wui Leung, Allard Jongman, Yue Wang, Joan A. Sereno
Bark and Hz scaled F2 locus equations: Sex differences and individual differences
    Frank Herrmann, Sandra Whiteside, Stuart Cunningham

Information Status

Compression in post-verbal sequences in French
    Emilie Destruel, Caroline Féry
The effect of verbs on the prosodic marking of information status: Production and perception in German
    Christine T. Röhr, Stefan Baumann, Martine Grice
Effects of contrastive intonation and grammatical aspect on processing coreference in Mainstream American English
    Amy Schafer, Aya Takeda, Amber Camp, Hannah Rohde, Theres Grüter

Prosody of Questions

Intonation and the pragmatics of yes-no questions in Central Catalan
    Joan Borràs-Comes, Pilar Prieto
Question intonation in Hong Kong English:Interaction between Cantonese and English
    Shuwen Chen, Peggy Pik Ki Mok
Acoustic correlates of Persian in-situ-wh-questions
    Zohreh Shiamizadeh, Johanneke Caspers, Niels O. Schiller
On the acoustics of wh-exclamatives and wh-interrogatives:  Effects of information structure and sex of speaker
    Sophie Repp

Vowel Production

Articulation of English vowels in running speech: A real-time MRI study
    Michael Proctor, Chi Yhun Lo, Shrikanth Narayanan
Articulatory variability and fricative noise in apical vowels
    Matthew Faytak, Susan Lin
Voiceless Greek vowels
    Marianna Kaimaki
Lingual differences in Brazilian Portuguese oral and nasal vowels: An MRI study
    Marissa Barlaz, Maojing Fu, Julianna Dubin, Zhi-Pei Liang, Ryan Shosted, Brad Sutton

Sounds of the World’s Languages

On Medumba bilabial trills and vowels
    Kenneth Olson, Yohann Meynadier
An acoustic analysis of Sylheti phonemes
    Amalesh Gope, Shakuntala Mahanta
Prestopped bilabial trills in Sangtam
    Alexander Coupe
The vowel inventory of Roper Kriol
    Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Brett Baker

Phonetics-Phonology Interface II

Cues to gemination in word-initial position in Maltese
    Luke Galea, Anne Hermes, Albert Gatt, Martine Grice
Pre-consonantal /s/-retraction
    Mary Stevens, Véronique Bukmaier, Jonathan Harrington
Prosodic strengthening on consonantal nasality and its asymmetric coarticulatory influence on vowel nasalization in CVN# and #NVC in English
    Taehong Cho, Daejin Kim, Sahyang Kim
The role of vowel type, preceding consonant and lexical frequency on final vowel devoicing in Continental French
    Amanda Dalola

Memory and Speech

Using false memories to characterize lexical representations: A test case from English
    Anne Pycha
Episodic memory for words enhances the language familiarity effect in talker identification
    Deirdre McLaughlin, Sara Dougherty, Rebecca Lember, Tyler Perrachione
Verbal and spatial working memory load have similarly minimal effects on speech production
    Ogyoung Lee, Melissa Redford
Categorical vs. episodic memory for pitch accents in English
    Amelia E. Kimball, Jennifer Cole, Gary Dell, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel

Topics in Speech Production and Perception

A comparative study of Estonian Swedish voiceless laterals: Are voiceless approximants fricatives?
    Eva Liina Asu, Francis Nolan, Susanne Schötz
Reduction of obstruent-liquid-schwa clusters in casual French
    Sophie Brand, Mirjam Ernestus
The gradient effect of transitional magnitude: A source of the vowel context effect
    Sang-Im Lee-Kim
Non-native discrimination across speaking style, modality, and phonetic feature
    Sarah Fenwick, Catherine Best, Michael Tyler

Vowel Perception in L2

The role of vowel duration cue in L1: Effects on L2 learners ' identification of phonological vowel length in Japanese
    Izumi Takiguchi
L2 sound perception: Does orthography matter?
    Katharina Nimz, Ghada Khattab
Effects of musical experience on the Thai rate-varied vowel length perception
    Angela Cooper, Yue Wang, Richard Ashley
Perceptual assimilation and free classification of German vowels by American English listeners
    Danielle Daidone, Franziska Krueger, Ryan Lidster

Acoustic and Articulatory Variation

Eliciting sociophonetic variation in vowel duration
    Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Fox
Effects of age and hearing loss on articulatory precision for sibilants
    Xaver Koch, Esther Janse
Acoustic and articulatory variation in British Asian English liquids
    Sam Kirkham, Jessica Wormald
An acoustic and articulatory study of /l/ allophony in Newfoundland English
    Sara Mackenzie, Paul De Decker, Rosanna Pierson

Prosody around the World

Downstep in Tswana (Southern Bantu)
    Sabine Zerbian, Frank Kügler
Temporal patterns of quantity in Inari Saami
    Helen Türk, Pärtel Lippus, Karl Pajusalu, Pire Teras
What does the question sound like: Exploring wh- and yes/no interrogative prosody in Yami
    Li-Fang Lai, Shelome Gooden
Whistled Moroccan Tamazight: Phonetics and phonology
    Julien Meyer, Bernard Gautheron, Rachid Ridouane

Consonant and Vowel Duration

Durations of voiceless stops in a Sardinian variety
    Valentina De Iacovo, Antonio Romano
Duration and pitch in the vowel quantity distinction of Yakut: Evidence from spontaneous speech
    Lena Vasilyeva, Anja Arnhold, Juhani Jӓrvikivi
Duration- vs. style-dependent vowel variation: A multiparametric investigation
    Nicolas Audibert, Cécile Fougeron, Cédric Gendrot, Martine Adda-Decker
Contextual effects on the duration of ejective fricatives in Upper Necaxa Totonac
    Rebekka Puderbaugh

Speech Comprehension

Semantic processing of spoken words under cognitive load in older listeners
    Juliane Schmidt, Odette Scharenborg, Esther Janse
Exemplar effects arise in a lexical decision task, but only under adverse listening conditions
    Annika Nijveld, Louis ten Bosch, Mirjam Ernestus
DIANA, an end-to-end computational model of human word comprehension
    Louis ten Bosch, Lou Boves, Mirjam Ernestus
How hard can it be to ignore the pan in panda? Effort of lexical competition as measured in pupil dilation
    Anita Wagner, Paolo Toffanin, Deniz Başkent

Non-Native Speech: Production and Perception

Does allophonic knowledge of L1 contribute to the correct discrimination of non-native sounds?
    Shigeko Shinohara, Qandeel Hussain, Tomohiko Ooigawa
Gradient effects of reading ability on native and non-native talker identification
    Minal Kadam, Adriel John Orena, Rachel Theodore, Linda Polka
Passive distributional learning of non-native vowel contrasts does not work for all listeners
    Josephine Terry, Jia Hoong Ong, Paola Escudero
Language attitudes and listener-oriented properties in non-native speech
    Olga Dmitrieva, Wai Ling Law, Mengxi Lin, Yuanyuan Wang, Jenna Conklin, Ashley Kentner

Multimodal Phonetics

Acoustic and articulatory correlates of speaking condition in blind and sighted speakers
    Lucie Ménard, Pamela Trudeau-Fisette, Dominique Côté, Christine Turgeon
iPA Phonetics: Multimodal iOS application for phonetics instruction and practice
    John H. Esling, Scott Moisik, Christopher Coey
A kinematic analysis of prosodic structure in speech and manual gestures
    Jelena Krivokapic, Mark Tiede, Martha E. Tyrone
Aero-tactile influence on speech perception of voicing continua
    Dolly Goldenberg, Mark Tiede, Douglas H. Whalen

Patterns of Word Stress

Word-onsets and stress patterns: S peech errors in a tongue-twister experiment
    Sieb Nooteboom, Hugo Quené
Fataluku word-level prosody
    Tyler Heston
Word stress in Tashlhiyt - Post lexical prominence in disguise?
    Timo Roettger, Anna Bruggeman, Martine Grice
Prosodic patterns and phonetic realization of Kanakanavu lexical stress on disyllabic words
    Sally Chen

Obstruents around the World

An EPG and EMA study of apicals in stressed and unstressed position in Arrernte
    Marija Tabain, Richard Beare
Phonetic reduction of clicks – Evidence from Nǀuu
    Carina Marquard, Oliver Niebuhr, Witzlack-Makarevich Alena
Acoustic properties of the dental vs. alveolar contrast in Mapudungun
    Carlos Fasola, Héctor Painequeo, Seunghun Lee, Jeremy Perkins
Dene stop contrasts: Data from Délįnę Slavey
    Maida Percival

Focus on Focus

Computational modelling of double focus in American English
    Fang Liu, Yi Xu, Santitham Prom-on, Douglas H. Whalen
Narrow focus realization in the monosyllabic lexical pitch contrast in East Norwegian
    Niamh Kelly, Rajka Smiljanic
Phonetic effects of corrective focus in Estonian
    Nele Salveste, Jonathan Harrington, Felicitas Kleber
Pitch accent variability in focus production and perception in Bulgarian declaratives
    Snezhina Dimitrova, Sun-Ah Jun

Ultrasound Methodology

Non-metallic ultrasound probe holder for co-collection and co-registration with EMA
    Donald Derrick, Catherine Best, Romain Fiasson
Velocity measures in ultrasound data. Gestural timing of post-vocalic /l/ in English
    Patrycja Strycharczuk, James M. Scobbie
Development of a 3D tongue motion visualization platform based on ultrasound image sequences
    Kele Xu, Yin Yang, Aurore Jaumard-Hakoun, C. Leboullenger, Gérard Dreyfus, Pierre Roussel-Ragot, Maureen Stone, Bruce Denby
Towards a 3D Tongue model for parameterising ultrasound data
    Alan Wrench, Peter Balch

L2 Prosody

Comparison of pitch profiles of German and French speakers speaking French and German
    Frank Zimmerer, Bistra Andreeva, Jeanin Jügler, Bernd Möbius
How natural is Chinese L2 English prosody?
    Jue Yu, Dafydd Gibbon
Developmental stages and variability in the acquisition of second language segments and prosody
    Christiane Ulbrich
First and second language similarity can hurt the learning of second-language speech segmentation: The case of prosody
    Caitlin E. Coughlin, Annie Tremblay, Jiyoun Choi, Mirjam Broersma

Perceptual Learning

Perceptual learning in speech is phonetic, not phonological: Evidence from final consonant devoicing
    Eva Reinisch, Holger Mitterer
Patterns of generalization of perceptual learning on phonetic representations
    Holger Mitterer, Taehong Cho, Sahyang Kim
The effect of non-nativeness and background noise on lexical retuning
    Polina Drozdova, Roeland van Hout, Odette Scharenborg
Attention, word position, and perceptual learning
    Michael McAuliffe, Molly Babel

Topics in Speech Acoustics

Automated voicing analysis in Praat: Statistically equivalent to manual segmentation
    Christopher Eager
Effects of lexical frequency and lexical category on the duration of Vietnamese syllables
    Marc Brunelle, Daryl Chow, Thuy Nha Uyen Nguyen
Beyond North American English: modelling vowel inherent spectral change in British English and Dutch
    Daniel Williams, Jan-Willem van Leussen, Paola Escudero
Analysis of voice register transition focused on the relationship between pitch and formant frequency
    Yasufumi Uezu, Tokihiko Kaburagi

Prosody and Speech Production

Effects of phrasal position and metrical structure on alignment patterns of nuclear pitch accents in German: Acoustics and articulation
    Henrik Niemann, Doris Mücke
What is special about prosodic strengthening in Korean: Evidence in lingual movement in V#V and V#CV
    Seulgi Shin, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho
Dissecting the consonant duration ratio
    Stavroula Sotiropoulou, Erika Pillmeier, Argyro Katsika, Adamantios I. Gafos
Phonetic detail and the role of exposure in dialect imitation
    Mariapaola D'Imperio, James Sneed German

Articulation and Coarticulation

Structured nonstationarity in articulatory timing
    Sam Tilsen
Factor analysis of vocal-tract outlines derived from real-time magnetic resonance imaging data
    Asterios Toutios, Shrikanth Narayanan
Onset-vowel timing as a function of coarticulation resistance: Evidence from articulatory data
    Manfred Pastätter, Marianne Pouplier
Articulatory measures of planned and unplanned coarticulation
    Argyro Katsika, Douglas H. Whalen, Mark Tiede, Hannah King

Sociolinguistics and Speech Perception

Role of pitch in perceiving politeness in Korean
    Kaori Idemaru, Bodo Winter, Lucien Brown
Limited evidence for social priming in the perception of the BATH and STRUT vowels
    Daniel Lawrence
Use of social information in the perception of Mandarin alveolar-retroflex contrast
    Yung-hsiang Shawn Chang
Facial attractiveness facilitates voice processing
    Grant McGuire, Molly Babel

Prosodic Phrasing

Syllable duration and discourse organization at intonational phrase boundaries in Taiwan Southern Min
    Sheng-Fu Wang, Janice Fon
Prosodic phrasing in parentheticals and topics across varieties of European Portuguese
    Nádia Barros, Sónia Frota
Prosodic phrasing and F0 in Singapore English
    Adam J. Chong, James Sneed German
Post-focus pitch register lowering as a phrasal marker - An acoustic study of focus and phrasing in Shanghai Chinese
    Lei Sun, Yiya Chen


Cross-linguistic interaction between two voiced fricatives in Mandarin-Min simultaneous bilinguals
    Yu-Ying Chuang, Sheng-Fu Wang, Janice Fon
Voice onset time in bilingual Greek-German children
    Anastasia Chionidou, Katerina Nicolaidis
Phonological development in the home language among early Polish-English bilinguals
    Marta Marecka, Magdalena Wrembel, Agineszka Otwinowska-Kasztelanic
Bilingual speech rhythm: Spanish-Afrikaans in Patagonia
    Andries Coetzee, Lorenzo García-Amaya, Nicholas Henriksen, Daan Wissing


Effects of imitation on language attitudes associated with regional and standard accents of British English
    Patti Adank
Phonetic imitation is not conditioned by preservation of phonological contrast but by perceptual salience
    Václav Jonáš Podlipský, Šárka Šimáčková
The influence of metrical constraints on direct imitation across French varieties
    Mariapaola D'Imperio, Caterina Petrone, Charlotte Graux-Czachor
Spontaneous speech imitation and cue primacy
    Harim Kwon

Conversation and Listener Effects

Respiratory properties of backchannels in spontaneous multiparty conversation
    Marcin Włodarczak, Mattias Heldner
Pitch slope and end point as turn-taking clues in Swedish
    Mattias Heldner, Marcin Włodarczak
How does foreigner-directed speech differ from other forms of listener-directed clear speaking styles?
    Valerie Hazan, Maria Uther, Sonia Granlund
Do children enhance phonetic contrasts in speech directed to a hearing-impaired peer?
    Sonia Granlund, Valerie Hazan, Merle Mahon

L2 Training and Feedback

Comparing the efficiency of vowel production training in immersion and non-immersion settings for Arabic learners of English
    Wafaa Alshangiti, Bronwen G. Evans
French /y/-/u/ contrast in Japanese learners with / without ultrasound feedback: Vowels, non-words and words
    Claire Pillot-Loiseau, Takeki Kamiyama, Tanja Kocjančič Antolík
SpeakGreek: An online speech training tool for L2 pedagogy and clinical intervention
    Katerina Nicolaidis, George Papanikolaou, Evia Kainada, Konstantinos Avdelidis
Phonetic imitation of VOT in L2 English: Variation as a function of model talker
    Magdalena Zając

Rhythm, Stress, and Voice Onset Time

Voice onset time in Spanish-English spontaneous code-switching
    Page Piccinini, Amalia Arvaniti
Rhythm class perception by expert phoneticians
    Tamara Rathcke, Rachel Smith
What do regression analyses of inter-stress interval duration really measure?
    Andreas Windmann, Juraj Šimko, Petra Wagner
The role of stress in syllable monitoring
    Amalia Arvaniti, Tamara Rathcke

Word Recognition

Speaker identity and spectral influences on word recognition
    Santiago Barreda, Georgia Zellou
The effect of stress on English word recognition by native speakers of typologically different languages
    Shu-chen Ou, Zhe-chen Guo
Syllable structure affects second-language spoken word recognition and production
    Maria Teresa Martínez-García, Annie Tremblay
Rate-dependent speech processing can be speech-specific: Evidence from the disappearance of words under changes in context speech rate
    Laura Dilley, Mark Pitt, Christine Szostak, Melissa Baese-Berk

Conversation Tasks

Absolute and relative entrainment in Mandarin conversations
    Qiuwu Ma, Zhihua Xia, Ting Wang
A study of prosodic alignment in interlingual map-task dialogues
    Akira Hayakawa, Loredana Cerrato, Nick Campbell, Saturnino Luz
Eliciting the Dutch loan phoneme /g/ with the menu task
    Silke Hamann, Alma de Jonge

Chinese Learners of English

Post-focus compression in English by Mandarin learners
    Ying Chen
Where does interlanguage speech intelligibility benefit come from: Shared phonological knowledge or exposure to accented speech
    Guo Li, Peggy Pik Ki Mok
Increasing context: L2 production of English intonation by L1 Mandarin and L1 Spanish speakers
    Laura Colantoni, Gabrielle Klassen, Matthew Patience, Malina Radu, Olga Tararova
Comparing L1’s effects on English coda obstruent perception:  Mandarin and Korean identification performance
    Kenneth de Jong, Yen-Chen Hao

Vowel Perception

Asymmetries in vowel perception: Effects of formant convergence and category “goodness”
    Matthew Masapollo, Linda Polka, Lucie Ménard
Vowel perception by listeners from different English dialects
    Marzena Karpinska, Shodai Uchida, Izabelle Grenon
Perceptual asymmetry between greater and lesser vowel nasality and VOT
    Kuniko Nielsen, Rebecca Scarborough

Phonetics of Emotion

Acoustic-phonetic properties of smiling revised – Measurements on a natural video corpus
    Helen Barthel, Hugo Quené
The connection between smiling and GOAT fronting: Embodied affect in sociophonetic variation
    Robert Podesva, Patrick Callier, Rob Voigt, Dan Jurafsky
The voice of love
    Trisha Belanger, Caroline Menezes, Claire Barbao, Mofida Helo, Kimia Shirazifard

Phonetics of Singing

Vowel and consonant identification at high pitch: The acoustics of soprano unintelligibility
    Francis Nolan, Harriet Sykes
Speech perception at its best: Extracting linguistic information from acoustically underspecified input. The case of singing
    Andrea Deme
Intelligibility of sung words In polytextual settings
    Sarah Hawkins, Kate Honey, Sarah Knight, Antje Heinrich

Prosodic Boundaries

Boundary tones in Spanish declaratives: Modelling sustained pitch
    Eva Estebas-Vilaplana, Yurena M. Gutiérrez, Francisco Vizcaíno, Mercedes Cabrera
The perception of boundary tones in infancy
    Megha Sundara, Monika Molnar, Sónia Frota
Prosodic boundaries in Lombard speech
    Štefan Beňuš, Juraj Šimko
Exploring acoustic and syntactic cues to prosodic boundaries in French: A multi-genre corpus study
    George Christodoulides, Anne-Catherine Simon

Clinical Phonetics: Articulation

Has a split tongue one or two tongue tips during articulation?
    Fabian Tomaschek
Articulation therapy for children with cleft palate using visual articulatory models and ultrasound biofeedback
    Zoe Roxburgh, James M. Scobbie, Joanne Cleland
Effects of cosmetic tongue bifurcation on English fricative production
    Alyson Budd, Murray Schellenberg, Bryan Gick

Clinical Phonetics: Neurological Disorders

Onset coordination in essential tremor patients with deep brain stimulation: An EMA study
    Doris Mücke, Anne Hermes, Henrik Niemann, Johannes Becker, Michael Barbe
Acoustic correlates of Spanish stress in fluent and non-fluent aphasia: A preliminary study
    Lorraine Baqué
Fluctuating accent in foreign accent syndrome: A case study
    Johanna-Pascale Roy, Vincent Martel-Sauvageau, Joël Macoir


Prosodic conditioning of pre-sonorant voicing
    Zsuzsanna Bárkányi, Štefan Beňuš
The cap's out of the bag: Place assimilation is common in infant-directed speech
    Helen Buckler, Huiwen Goy, Julie Kow, Elizabeth K. Johnson
Voicing assimilation at accentual phrase boundaries in Hungarian
    Katalin Mády, Zsuzsanna Bárkányi

Learning Chinese

L2 experience modulates learners' use of cues in the perception of L3 tones
    Zhen Qin, Allard Jongman
Tonal coarticulation in L2 standard Chinese
    Tingting Brengelmann, Francesco Cangemi, Martine Grice
English learners' perception and production of Mandarin intonation
    Shan Luo, Hua Lin

Syllabic and Prosodic Aspects of L2 Production

Temporal variables in first and second language speech and perception of fluency
    Ralph Rose
Assessing L2 phonemic acquisition: A normalization-independent method?
    Adrien Méli, Nicolas Ballier
Realizations of French voiced fricatives by German learners as a function of speaker level and prosodic boundaries
    Anne Bonneau


2D Articulatory velum modeling applied to copy synthesis of sentences containing nasal phonemes
    Yves Laprie, Benjamin Elie, Anastasiia Tsukanova
The aerodynamics of vowel nasality and nasalization in Brazilian Portuguese
    Félix Desmeules-Trudel
Coarticulation and contrast: Neighborhood density conditioned phonetic variation in French
    Rebecca Scarborough, Will Styler, Luciana Marques

Phonetics-Phonology Interface III

The perceptual basis of the feature vowel height
    Kateřina Chládková, Paul Boersma, Titia Benders
Acoustic phonetic properties of mid vowels in New Caledonian French
    Eleanor Lewis
French high-mid vowels are underspecified for height
    Mirjam J.I. de Jonge, Paul Boersma

Speech Production: Models and Methods

Simulating online compensation for pitch-shifted auditory feedback with target approximation model
    Hao Liu, Yi Xu
Physical models of the vocal tract sound different with the same shape but different temporal characteristics and vice versa
    Takayuki Arai
Examining speech production using masked priming
    Chris Davis, Jason A. Shaw, Michael Proctor, Donald Derrick, Stacey Sherwood, Jeesun Kim

Training L2 Perception

Learning non-native phonotactic constraints over the web
    Ariana Steele, Thomas Denby, Chun Chan, Matthew Goldrick
Effects of attention and training method on the identification of American English vowels and coda nasals by native Japanese listeners
    Takeshi Nozawa
Identification vs. discrimination training: Learning effects for trained and untrained sounds
    Angelica Carlet, Juli Cebrian
Teaching listening in L2: A successful training method using the word-spotting task
    Véronique Delvaux, Kathy Huet, Mélanie Calomme, Bernard Harmegnies, Myriam Piccaluga

Vowels, Dialects, and Speech Styles

The acoustic realization of the /a/-/ə/ alternation in Majorcan Catalan
    Mark Amengual
Tongue articulation of front close vowels in Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmöhus Swedish
    Johan Frid, Susanne Schötz, Lars Gustafsson, Anders Löfqvist
The interaction of vowel length and speech style in an Arapaho speech corpus
    Christian DiCanio, Douglas H. Whalen
Extending a North American English category learner to a non-standard variety: Categorizing vowels across speech styles in Glasgwegian English
    Shannon Mooney

Corpora and Databases

Generating a bilingual lexical corpus using interlanguage normalized Levenshtein distances
    Amanda Post da Silveira, Jan-Willem van Leussen
DIMA – Annotation guidelines for German intonation
    Frank Kügler, Bernadett Smolibocki, Denis Arnold, Stefan Baumann, Bettina Braun, Martine Grice, Stefanie Jannedy, Jan Michalsky, Oliver Niebuhr, Jörg Peters, Simon Ritter, Christine T. Röhr, Antje Schweitzer, Katrin Schweitzer, Petra Wagner
The Qur’an Lexicon Project: A database of lexical statistics and phonotactic probabilities for 19,286 contextually and phonetically transcribed types in Qur’anic Arabic
    Siti Syuhada Binte Faizal, Ghada Khattab, Cristina McKean
Constructing a global cross-linguistic database of basic phonological properties: Principles and challenges
    Ian Maddieson

Acoustics of Prominence

The influence of prominence on the production of plosives in Italian
    Michelina Savino, Martine Grice, Alessandro Caffò
Prosody of voice: Declination, sentence mode and interaction with prominence
    Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Irena Yanushevskaya, Christer Gobl
Accentual prominence and consonant lengthening and strengthening in Mawng
    Janet Fletcher, Hywel Stoakes, Deborah Loakes, Ruth Singer
The placement and acoustic realisation of primary and secondary stress in Indian English
    Robert Fuchs, Olga Maxwell

Cochlear Implants

Speech of cochlear implant patients:  An acoustic analysis of sibilant production
    Veronika Neumeyer, Florian Schiel, Philip Hoole
Perception and interpretation of low-onset rising tunes by prelingually deaf cochlear implant users
    Colleen Holt, Janet Fletcher
Phonetic convergence and imitation of speech by cochlear implant patients
    Lucie Scarbel, Denis Beautemps, Jean-Luc Schwartz, Sébastien Schmerber, Marc Sato
The production of word stress in babbles and early words: A comparison between normally hearing infants and infants with cochlear implants
    Michèle Pettinato, Ilke De Clerck, Jo Verhoeven, Steven Gillis

Stops and Voice Onset Time

Durational correlates of singleton-geminate contrast in Hungarian voiceless stops
    Tilda Neuberger
Immediate phonetic interference in code-switching and interpreting
    Šárka Šimáčková, Václav Jonáš Podlipský
Closure durations in stops and grammatical encoding: On definite articles in Luxembourgish
    Peter Gilles, Jürgen Trouvain
Temporal and spectral properties of Madurese stops
    Misnadin Misnadin, James Kirby, Bert Remijsen

Topics in Intonation I

Functional difference between the two variants of rising-falling intonation in spontaneous Japanese monologue
    Kikuo Maekawa
F0 declination in Russian revisited
    Daniil Kocharov, Nina Volskaya, Pavel Skrelin
Intonational rises and interaction structure in Sydney Aboriginal English
    Anna Jespersen
Personality prediction based on intonation stylization
    Uwe Reichel

Talker Variation and Identification

Extrinsic talker normalization alters self perception during speech
    Nicolas J. Bourguignon, Shari R. Baum, Douglas M. Shiller
Rapid adaptation to target and background talker variation in speech-in-speech perception
    Ann R. Bradlow, Angela Cooper
The effects of talker variability on phonetic accommodation
    Molly Babel, Grant McGuire
Open-set identification of non-native talkers' language backgrounds
    Elizabeth McCullough

Perception of Prominence

The perceptual prominence of pitch accent types in German
    Stefan Baumann, Christine T. Röhr
On the prominence of accent in stress reversal
    Jennifer Cole, José Ignacio Hualde, Timothy Mahrt, Christopher Eager
Prosodic and structural correlates of perceived prominence in Russian and Hindi
    Tatiana Luchkina, Jennifer Cole, Preethi Jyothi, Vandana Puri
Acoustic correlates of focus marking in Polish
    Fatima Hamlaoui, Marzena Żygis, Jonas Engelmann, Michael Wagner


The role of pre-SMA for time-critical speech perception – A transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) study
    Susanne Dietrich, Florian Müller-Dahlhaus, Ulf Ziemann, Hermann Ackermann, Ingo Hertrich
Asymmetries in the perception of Mandarin tones: Evidence from mismatch negativity
    Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Kevin Schluter, Kefei Wu, Diogo Almeida
Neural correlates of categorical linguistic and gradient paralinguistic intonation
    Brechtje Post, Kai Alter
Adult listeners’ processing of indexical versus linguistic differences in a pre-attentive discrimination paradigm
    Rozmin Dadwani, Varghese Peter, Kateřina Chládková, Andreaa Geambasu, Paola Escudero

Child Speech

Phonetic reduction in spontaneous speech by children aged 9-14 years
    Outi Tuomainen, Charlotte Lee, Sonia Granlund, Valerie Hazan
Emergence of the vowel space in very young children with Down syndrome: An exploratory case study
    Nicole Whitworth, Monica Bray
Developmental change of vowel production in Cantonese children
    Wai-Sum Lee
Variation in /s/ and the perceived gender typicality of children’s speech
    Benjamin Munson

L2 Perception

Intelligibility of British English accents in noise for second-language learners
    Melanie Pinet, Yuanlin Gan, Bronwen G. Evans, Paul Iverson
Perception of English codas in various phonological and morphological contexts by Mandarin learners of English
    Valeria Peretokina, Catherine Best, Michael Tyler, Jason A. Shaw, Bruno Di Biase
Onset-coda asymmetry in second-language syllable perception by Japanese teachers of English
    Kiyoko Yoneyama, Keiichi Tajima
Native French speakers' perception of the Japanese /h/: Ha piece hof cake?
    Takeki Kamiyama, Yayoi Nakamura-Delloye


Onset vs. coda asymmetry in the articulation of English /r/
    James M. Scobbie, Eleanor Lawson, Satsuki Nakai, Joanne Cleland, Jane Stuart-Smith
Diversity of tongue shapes for the American English rhotic liquid
    Suzanne Boyce, Mark Tiede, Carol Espy-Wilson, Kathy Groves-Wright
An acoustic investigation of postvocalic /r/ variants in two sociolects of Glaswegian
    Robert Lennon, Jane Stuart-Smith, Rachel Smith

Topics in Intonation II

In search of word accents in Estonian Swedish
    Susanne Schötz, Eva Liina Asu
Variation in tone and gesture within language
    Marisa Cruz, Marc Swerts, Sónia Frota
Intonational schemas, perceived grouping, and distortions of perceived duration
    Alejna Brugos, Jonathan Barnes

Sociophonetics II

Pre-aspiration and glottalisation in Manchester English
    Michaela Hejná, Jane Scanlon
The effect of listener and speaker gender on the perception of rises in AusE
    Elaine Schmidt, Brechtje Post, Carmen Kung, Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth
Affective attitudes towards Asians influence perception of Asian-accented vowels
    Nhung Nguyen, Jason A. Shaw, Michael Tyler, Rebecca Pinkus, Catherine Best
Sociophonetics of phonotactic phenomena in French
    Sandrine Brognaux, Mathieu Avanzi

Speaker Recognition

Tracking the temporal relation between speaker recognition and processing of phonetic information
    Carola Schindler, Eva Reinisch
An fMRI study on forensic phonetic speaker recognition with blind and sighted listeners
    Almut Braun, Andreas Jansen, Jens Sommer
Effects of nasality and utterance length on the recognition of familiar speakers
    Julien Plante-Hebert, Victor J. Boucher
The effects of speech perception and speech comprehension on talker identification
    Tyler Perrachione, Sara Dougherty, Deirdre McLaughlin, Rebecca Lember

Topics in Language Acquisition

Fixed temporal patterns in children's speech despite variable vowel durations
    Melissa Redford, Grace Oh
VC timing acquisition: Integrating phonetics and phonology
    Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, Nina Gram Garmann, Hanne Gram Simonsen
Do baby-talk words reflect biomechanical constraints on speech production?
    Barbora Skarabela, Mitsuhiko Ota, Judit Fazekas, Lovisa Wihlborg

L2 Categories and Contrasts

L1 allophones and L2 sound perception
    Izabelle Grenon
Can acoustic cues used in L1 really be used to perceive novel sound contrasts?
    Shiori Ikawa, Kumi Takimoto, Izabelle Grenon
/u/-Fronting in English speakers' L1 but not in their L2
    Mirjam Wester, M. Luisa García Lecumberri, Martin Cooke
Production of a non-contrastive sound in a second language
    Keiichi Tajima, Mafuyu Kitahara, Kiyoko Yoneyama

Perception of Second Language Prosody

Perceptual effects of deviance in pitch accent distributions in L1 and L2 Dutch
    Lieke van Maastricht, Emiel Krahmer, Marc Swerts
Normalization for speech rate in native and non-native speech
    Hans Rutger Bosker, Eva Reinisch
Effects of hearing an incorrect stress on word naming in Dutch by Francophones
    Marie-Catherine Michaux, Johanneke Caspers, Vincent van Heuven, Philippe Hiligsmann
Development of accentual categories in Japanese as a second language
    José Joaquín Atria, Valerie Hazan

Voice Quality

Influence of suprasegmental features on perceived ethnicity of American politicians
    Nicole Holliday, Zachary Jaggers
Is the relative fundamental frequency an acoustic correlate of laryngeal tension in Portugese speakers?
    Luis Jesus, Sara Castilho, Andreia Hall
Voice quality: A preliminary study on the phonetic distinctions of two Cantonese accents
    Roxana Fung
Glottalization and timing at utterance final position in Hungarian: Reading aloud vs. Spontaneous speech
    Alexandra Markó, Anna Kohári

Corpora and Statistical Models

A statistical model for predicting pronunciation
    Florian Schiel
Bezier modelling and high accuracy curve fitting to capture hard palate variation
    Rick Janssen, Dan Dediu, Scott Moisik
Assessment of sound laterality with the use of a multi-channel recorder
    Anita Lorenc, Radosław Święciński, Daniel Król
Speech technology as documentation for endangered language preservation: The case of Irish
    Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Neasa Ní Chiaráin, Harald Berthelsen, Christoph Wendler, Andrew Murphy

Clinical Phonetics: Vowels

The effect of semantic predictability on vowel production with pure word deafness
    Charles Chang, Simon Fischer-Baum
Apraxia of speech (AOS): Effects of noise masking on vowel production in the DIVA model
    Hayo Terband, Joe Rodd, Edwin Maas
Acoustic characterisation of vowel production by young adults with Down syndrome
    Amélie Rochet-Capellan, Marion Dohen

Topics in Perception

What causes the activation of contrastive alternatives, the size of focus domain or pitch accent type?
    Bettina Braun
Feature-cue-based processing of speech: A developmental perspective
    Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Helen M. Hanson, Sherry Y. Zhao
Unbalanced adult production and perception in prosody
    Tomas Lentz, Aoju Chen

Sociophonetics III

An evaluation of sociolinguistic elicitation methods
    Zac Boyd, Zuzana Elliott, Josef Fruehwald, Lauren Hall-Lew, Daniel Lawrence
Dynamic variation in ‘Panjabi-English’: Analysis of F1 & F2 trajectories for FACE and GOAT
    Jessica Wormald
An ultrasound analysis of low back vowel fronting in the Northern Cities Vowel Shift
    Jonathan Havenhill

Artificial Languages and Auditory Illusions

A new artificial signal-space proxy for investigating the emergence of structure and categories in speech
    Hannah Little, Kerem Eryılmaz, Bart de Boer
Rhythmic segmentation in auditory illusions - Evidence from cross-linguistic mondegreens
    Gerrit Kentner
Speech segmentation is adaptvie even in adulthood: Role of the linguistic environment
    Jui Namjoshi, Annie Tremblay, Elsa Spinelli, Mirjam Broersma, Maria Teresa Martínez-García, Katrina Connell, Taehong Cho, Sahyang Kim

Tone in Varieties of Chinese

Tonation in three Chinese Wu dialects
    Philip Rose
Tone sandhi and tonal coarticulation in Fuzhou Min
    Yang Li


Vowel convergence and divergence between two Swiss German dialects
    Hanna Ruch
Regional variation of Saterland Frisian vowels
    Heike Schoormann, Wilbert Heeringa, Jörg Peters
Crowdsourced mapping of pronunciation variants in European French
    Yves Scherrer, Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Jean-Philippe Goldman

Prosody of Sentence Mode

Focal F0 peak shape and sentence mode in Swedish
    Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Tuarik Cassimo Buanzur, Oliver Niebuhr
Sentence mode differentiation in four Donegal Irish varieties
    Amelie Dorn, Ailbhe Ní Chasaide
The prenuclear field matters: Questions and statements in standard modern Greek
    Mary Baltazani, Evia Kainada, Katerina Nicolaidis, Angelos Lengeris

Arabic Phonetics

The primary articulation of plain-emphatic /s/-/sˤ/ in Lebanese Arabic: An EMA study
    Zainab Hermes, Nicole Wong, Torrey Loucks, Ryan Shosted
Gestural coordination differences between intervocalic simple and geminate plosives in Moroccan Arabic: An EMA investigation
    Chakir Zeroual, Philip Hoole, Adamantios I. Gafos, John H. Esling
F0 peak alignment in Moroccan Arabic polar questions
    Sam Hellmuth, Nabila Louriz, Basma Chlaihani, Rana Almbark

Poster Sessions

Phonetics of Sound Change

Reconstructing the sounds of words from the past
    John Coleman, John Aston, Davide Pigole
Palatal obstruents in two Rhaeto-Romance varieties: Acoustic analysis of a sound change in progress
    Stephan Schmid, Stefano Negrinelli, Filipponio Lorenzo
On misperception in rhoticisation and lambdacisation
    Daniela Müller
A hybrid model to investigate language change
    Daniel Duran, Jagoda Bruni, Michael Walsh, Grzegorz Dogil
Cross-dialectal differences in nasal coarticulation in American English
    Meredith Tamminga, Georgia Zellou
Loss of prevoicing in modern Japanese /g, d, b/
    Mieko Takada, Eun Jong Kong, Kiyoko Yoneyama, Mary E. Beckman
Phonetic convergence of Mandarin L2 English speakers towards Australian English
    Wenling Cao

Phonetic Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics I

Patterns of individual differences in reduction: Implications for listener-oriented theories
    Rory Turnbull
Assessing the link between speech perception and production through individual differences
    Matthias K. Franken, James M. McQueen, Peter Hagoort, Daniel J. Acheson
Perception and representation of Bengali nasal vowels
    Sandra Kotzor, Adam Roberts, Allison Wetterlin, Aditi Lahiri
Non-native memory traces can be further strengthened by short term phonetic training
    Henna Tamminen, Maija S. Peltola
Does a change in talker identity help listeners resolve lexical competition? Evidence from phonological priming.
    Sophie Dufour, Amélie Dumon, Noël Nguyen
Primary and secondary cues to voice assimilation in French and Slovenian
    Pierre Hallé, Juan Segui, Kaja Androjna
How does information status affect sentence planning: An eye-tracking study
    Yiya Chen, Lesya Ganushchak
Perceptuo-motor interactions across and within phonemic categories
    Eugen Klein, Kevin D. Roon, Adamantios I. Gafos
Individual differences in working memory capacity and their effect on speech processing
    Annie C. Gilbert, Victor J. Boucher, Boutheina Jemel

Speech Acoustics I: Acoustics of Consonants

Word-initial voiceless stop geminates in Kelantan Malay: Acoustic evidence from amplitude/F0 ratios
    Mohd Hilmi Hamzah, Janet Fletcher, John Hajek
British English [kw], [k], and [w] distinction in back round vowel contexts
    Helena Beeley
Spectral tilt as an acoustic correlate to pharyngealisation in Jordanian and Moroccan Arabic
    Jalal Al-Tamimi
Voicing and devoicing in Irish English voiced plosives
    Daniel McCarthy
Evaluation of segmentation approaches and constriction degree correlates for spirant approximant consonants
    Mauricio Figueroa, Bronwen G. Evans
An investigation of intervocalic affricate simplification in Mandarin
    Taylor Jones, Aletheia Cui
Acoustics of Spanish and English coronal stops
    Joseph Casillas, Yamile Díaz, Miquel Simonet

Speech Perception I: Variability, Learning and Adaptation

Adult age effects in auditory statistical learning
    Thordis Neger, Toni Rietveld, Esther Janse
Greater benefit for familiar talkers under cognitive load
    Erin Ingvalson, Trevor Stoimenoff
Measuring speech-in-noise intelligibility for spontaneous speech: The effect of native and non-native accents
    Jieun Song, Paul Iverson
Effects of speaker variability on processing spoken word form and meaning in short-term priming
    Yu Zhang, Chao-Yang Lee
The perception of foreign-accented speech by cochlear implant users
    Terrin Tamati, David Pisoni
Distributional vowel training may not be effective for Dutch adults
    Karin Wanrooij, Johanna F. de Vos, Paul Boersma
Variability in noise-masked consonant identification
    Noah Silbert, Lina Motlagh Zadeh
Changes in consonant perception driven by adaptation of vowel production to altered auditory feedback
    Will Schuerman, Srikantan Nagarajan, John Houde

Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition I: Perception

Perceptual assimilation and identification of English consonants by native speakers of Danish
    Camilla Søballe Horslund, Anne Aarhøj Ellegaard, Ocke-Schwen Bohn
Perception of assimilated and non-assimilated coda nasal by Japanese learners of German
    Mayako Niikura, Ursula Hirschfeld
Phonetic similarity predicts ultimate attainment quite well: The case of Danish /i, y, u/ and /d, t/ for native speakers of English and Spanish
    Camila Linn Garibaldi, Ocke-Schwen Bohn
Japanese listeners’ identification of English voiceless fricatives in reverberant listening environments
    Hinako Masuda
Perception of English syllable-final consonants by Chinese speakers and Japanese speakers.
    Yaming Zhang, Ryoko Hayashi
F0 influence in the perception of Korean initial stops, affricates and fricatives: A comparison between native speakers and Japanese learners
    Heesun Han
Picking up the cues to a new consonant contrast: D anish learners’ production and perception of English word-final /s/ - /z/
    Nikola Anna Eger, Ocke-Schwen Bohn
Form priming across dialects: L1 and L2 effects
    Christine Shea
Does perception precede production in the initial stage of French nasal vowel quality acquisition by Japanese learners? A corpus-based discrimination experiment
    Sylvain Detey, Isabelle Racine
Predicting vowel discrimination accuracy through cross-linguistic acoustic analyses
    Jaydene Elvin, Paola Escudero
Effect of experience on Chinese assimilation and identification of English consonants
    Jian Gong, Weijing Zhou

Speech Acoustics I: Acoustics of Vowels

Production of vowel contrasts in Northern Standard German and Austrian Standard German
    Hans Georg Piroth, Peter Skupinski, Bernd Pompino-Marschall
Quebec French close vowels in lengthening contexts: tense, lax or diphthongised? An acoustic study
    Caroline Sigouin, Vincent Arnaud
Acoustic analysis of the Syrian Arabic vowel system
    Rana Almbark, Sam Hellmuth
Articulatory positions of Japanese vowels as a function of duration computed from a large-scale spontaneous speech corpus
    Takayuki Kagomiya

Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition I: Learning and Training

Auditory feedback methods to improve the pronunciation of stops by German learners of French
    Jeanin Jügler, Bernd Möbius
Learning of a non-native vowel through instructed production training
    Antti Saloranta, Henna Tamminen, Paavo Alku, Maija S. Peltola
Non-native production training with an acoustic model and orthographic or transcription cues
    Kimmo Peltola, Henna Tamminen, Paavo Alku, Maija S. Peltola
The effect of high variability phonetic training on the production of English vowels and consonants
    Hyosung Hwang, Ho-Young Lee
Effects of English /r/-/l/ perceptual training on Japanese children's production
    Yasuaki Shinohara, Paul Iverson
A systematic approach to the pronunciation training of phonotactics
    Jacques Koreman, Violeta Martínez-Paricio, Jardar E. Abrahamsen, Olaf Husby
The effects of perceptual training on the production of English vowel contrasts by Portuguese learners
    Anabela Rato, Andreia Rauber
L1 drift and L2 category formation in second language learning
    Katharina Schuhmann, Marie Huffman
Comparing the perceptual training effects on the perception and production of English high-front and high-back vowel contrasts by Cantonese ESL learners
    Janice Wing Sze Wong

Speech Production and Articulation I: Articulation of Consonants

Articulation of single and geminate consonants and its relation to the duration of the preceding vowel in Japanese
    Masako Fujimoto, Seiya Funatsu, Philip Hoole
Electropalatographic analysis of /ɲ/ and /ʎ/ in Croatian
    Marko Liker, Damir Horga
Epenthetic and excrescent vowels in stop sequences in Tripolitanian Libyan Arabic
    Barry Heselwood, Abdurraouf Shitaw, Aimen Ghummed, Leendert Plug
Effect of voicing on the self-perception of effort in French consonant production
    Camille Robieux, Christine Meunier
Articulatory movement in non-native consonant clusters
    Seiya Funatsu, Masako Fujimoto, Satoshi Imaizumi, Donna Erickson
The articulation of mutated consonants: Palatalization in Scottish Gaelic
    Jae-Hyun Sung, Diana Archangeli, Samuel Johnston, Ian Clayton, Andrew Carnie
Comparing palatography patterns of Estonian consonants across time
    Einar Meister, Stefan Werner
An ultrasound investigation into articulatory variation in American /r/ and /s/
    Sarah Bakst, Susan Lin
Pharyngealization of East Thuringian postvocalic /r/: Articulation, acoustics and temporal extent
    Christina Otto
Development of /r/ in Croatian
    Diana Tomić, Vesna Mildner
A UTI study on the phonetic allophony of Tyrolean /R/
    Alessandro Vietti, Lorenzo Spreafico, Vincenzo Galatà

Tone I: Production and Representation

The perception study of Mandarin Tone 1 and Tone 4 by Hong Kong Cantonese speakers: The pitch effects
    Yi Liu, Mai Zhang
Phonetic insights into a simple level-tone system: ‘Careful’ vs. ‘impatient’ realizations of Naxi high, mid and low tones
    Alexis Michaud, Jacqueline Vaissière, Minh Châu Nguyễn
High tone shift and spreading in endangered Japanese dialects
    Haruo Kubozono
Acoustic investigation of neutral tone in Brunei Mandarin
    David Deterding, Shufang Xu
Tone features in Qimen Hui Chinese dialect
    Minghui Zhang, Fang Hu
Gradience in contextual tonal realization processes: An instrumental study of Nanjing Chinese
    Xiaole Sun, Tsan Huang
Interaction of pitch and vowel length in two Dene tone languages: Tłîchô Yatiì (drg) and Dene Sųłine (chp)
    Murray Schellenberg, Joyce McDonough
Phonetic transcription of tone in the IPA
    Hugh Paterson III
The effect of word frequency and neighbourhood density on tone merge
    Yifei Bi, Yiya Chen, Niels O. Schiller
Effects of speaking rate and context on the production of Mandarin tone
    Joan A. Sereno, Hyunjung Lee, Allard Jongman
The effect of tonal context on second language learners’ Mandarin tone production
    Yen-Chen Hao

Speech Prosody I: Syllabic and Lexical Aspects

Categorical perception of lexical stress: T he effect of manipulated duration
    Noam Amir, Chen Ben Chemo, Vered Silber-Varod
Categorical or continuous production in lexical pitch accent contrasts of Korean
    Jungsun Kim
Lexical stress contrastivity in typically developing Italian children
    Joanne Arciuli, Lucia Colombo
Segmental context effects on temporal realization of Estonian quantity
    Pärtel Lippus, Juraj Šimko
Syllabic structure and informational content in English and Spanish
    Vincent Aubanel, Chris Davis, Jeesun Kim
F0, voice quality, and Danish stød revisited
    Nina Grønnum
Vowel epenthesis in Japanese speakers' L2 English
    Kakeru Yazawa, Takayuki Konishi, Keiko Hanzawa, Greg Short, Mariko Kondo
Developmental change in English stress manifestation by Japanese speakers
    Takayuki Konishi, Mariko Kondo

Speech Prosody I: Sentence Type

Speech rhythm and sentence type: Analyzing the durational properties of Olivenza Portuguese, Olivenza Spanish, and Castilian Spanish
    Elena Kireva, Christoph Gabriel
The phonetics and phonology of the Polish vocative chant
    Amalia Arvaniti, Marzena Żygis, Marek Jaskula
Intonational signalling of sentence type in Northern Welsh
    Sarah Cooper
The multiple prosodic cues differentiating questions and statements in Miami Cuban Spanish
    Ann Aly
Exemplar-based classification of statements and questions in Cantonese
    Una Chow, Stephen J. Winters
Intonation of statements and questions in Cantonese English: Acoustic evidence from a smoothing spline analysis of variance
    Suki Yiu

Speech Production and Articulation I: Articulation of Vowels

Articulatory patterns of Russian diphthongized vowels: Pilot MRI investigation
    Galina Kedrova, Nikolay Anisimov, Vadim Ushakov
Articulatory and acoustic correlates of the mid-central vowel
    Caroline Menezes, Kelley Moote, Alexis Garon, Jordan Baker, Marisa Lucarelli, Kristyn Nichols, Brandy Plefrey
Defying gravity: Formant frequencies of English vowels produced in upright and supine body position
    Petra Hoedl
Measuring magnitude of tongue movement for vowel height and backness
    Kathleen Currie Hall, Claire Allen, Kevin McMullin, Veronica Letawsky, Alannah Turner

Clinical Phonetics I

Developmental dysarthria in a young adult with cerebral palsy: A speech subsystems analysis
    Anja Kuschmann, Rebecca Neill
Retrospective longitudinal analysis of phonetic and phonological cleft palate speech characteristics
    Erika Schulz, Wendy Cohen, Anja Lowit, Lisa Crampin
Automatic speech processing for dysarthria: A study of inter-pathology variability
    Imed Laaridh, Corinne Fredouille, Christine Meunier
An acoustic study of sustained vowels produced by patients after thyroid surgery
    Camille Fauth, Béatrice Vaxelaire, Jean-François Rodier, Pierre Philippe Volkmar, Rudolph Sock
Helping children learn non-native articulations: The implications for ultrasound-based clinical intervention
    Joanne Cleland, James M. Scobbie, Satsuki Nakai, Alan Wrench
Spatial & temporal variability of sibilants in children with Down's syndrome
    Claire Timmins, Sara Wood
Tracking depressed mood using speech pause patterns
    Maria K. Wolters, Luis Ferrini, Elaine Farrow, Aurora Szentagotai Tatar, Christopher D. Burton

Sociophonetics I: Vowel and Consonant Production

Phonetic variation in Standard Scottish English: Rhotics in Dundee
    Thomas Jauriberry, Rudolph Sock, Albert Hamm
Phonology in new varieties of English: Hong Kong English diphthongs
    Jane Setter, Chris Ryder, Peggy Pik Ki Mok
Merger within an individual
    Matt Bauer
DRESS down: /ɛ/-lowering in apparent time in a rural Scottish community
    Sophie Holmes-Elliott, Jennifer Smith
The pronunciation of orthographic <ä, äh>  in Standard Austrian German
    Bettina Hobel, Sylvia Moosmüller, Christian Kasess
Cross-linguistic vowel variation in Saterland: Saterland Frisian, Low German and High German
    Wilbert Heeringa, Heike Schoormann, Jörg Peters
San Francisco English and the California vowel shift
    Lauren Hall-Lew, Amanda Cardoso, Yova Kemenchedjieva, Kieran Wilson, Ruaridh Purse, Julie Saigusa
Maintenance of the Breton mixed mutation
    Holly Kennard, Aditi Lahiri
Production of FACE and GOAT by Slovak and Czech immigrants in Edinburgh
    Zuzana Elliott, Lauren Hall-Lew
A sociophonetic study of VOT and Polish transnational identities in the UK: Some preliminary results
    Kinga Kozminska
A first glimpse of mid back vowels in Girona Catalan
    Eva Bosch-Roura
Acoustic characteristics of closing diphthongs in Bahamian Creole
    Janina Kraus
A phonetic analysis of back vowel raising in Dublin English
    John Lonergan

Phonetics of Emotion

Perceptual experiment and acoustic analysis of Chinese attitudes: A preliminary study
    Ping Tang, Wentao Gu
Gestural prosody and the expression of emotions: A perceptual and acoustic experiment
    Mario Fontes, Sandra Madureira
Auditory, visual, and auditory-visual spoken emotion recognition in young and old adults
    Simone Simonetti, Jeesun Kim, Chris Davis
Influence of verbal content on acoustics of speech emotions
    Hille Pajupuu, Jaan Pajupuu, Kairi Tamuri, Rene Altrov
Perception of levels of emotion in prosody
    Kostis Dimos, Volker Dellwo, Leo Dick
Cross-language perception of emotional children's speech in German and Russian
    Karina Evgrafova, Pavel Skrelin, Daria Shatalova

History of Phonetics

International phonetic congresses: The shift in research practices and areas of interest over 44 years
    Pavel Šturm

Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition II: Segmental Production

Production of Estonian vowels by Japanese subjects
    Rena Nemoto, Einar Meister, Lya Meister
Young Russian immigrants' segmental duration and leng th in Finnish
    Riikka Ullakonoja, Mikko Kuronen
Vowel duration in English as a second language among Javanese learners
    Arum Perwitasari, Marian Klamer, Jurriaan Witteman, Niels O. Schiller
Tongue movement in a second language: The case of Spanish /ei/-/e/ for English learners of Spanish
    Isabelle Darcy, Joan C. Mora
An acoustic investigation of the production of English /s/ by L2 Thai learners
    Patchanok Kitikanan, Jalal Al-Tamimi, Ghada Khattab
L2 stressed vowel production by Bulgarian learners of German
    Bistra Andreeva, William Barry, Manfred Pützer, Alexander Tanchev
The ultrasound study of /ɹ/ in non-native speakers
    Paulina Lyskawa
The production of Persian rhotics by native Mandarin speakers
    Reza Falahati
The role of L1 production compactness on the L2 production accuracy
    Na Zhi, Aijun Li, Yuan Jia

Speech Production and Articulation II: Preparation and Planning

Quantifying ultrasound data from a tongue twister experiment using curve-to-curve distance
    Karen Reddick, Stefan Frisch
Articulatory speech errors and word structure
    Anneke Slis, Rohan Bali, Aravind Namasivayam, Dimitra Chaldi, Pascal Van Lieshout
Effect of phonetic onset on acoustic and articulatory speech reaction times studied with tongue ultrasound
    Pertti Palo, Sonja Schaeffler, James M. Scobbie
Complex patterns in silent speech preparation: Preparing for fast response might be different to preparing for fast speech in a reaction time experiment
    Sonja Schaeffler, James M. Scobbie, Felix Schaeffler

Phonetics of Lesser Documented Languages

Phonetic variation in Iu-Mien vowels
    Ela Thurgood
Acoustics of stød size=2>in Livonian
    Tuuli Tuisk
Fricative rhotics in Nusu
    Elissa Ikeda, Sigrid Lew
Phonetic realization of nasal vowels in Pwo
    Karnthida Kerdpol
Post-vocalic stop consonants in Mebengokre (Northern Jê, Brazil): A preliminary investigation
    Fernando Carvalho, Lucivaldo Costa
Lexical tone in Lopit
    Rosey Billington
Vowel duration and consonant lengthening in Djambarrpuyŋu
    Kathleen Jepson, Hywel Stoakes
The acoustic correlates of vowel pharyngealisation in Archi (East Caucasian)
    Alexandre Arkhipov

Phonetic Universals and Typology

On the diphthongized vowels in Qimen Hui Chinese
    Fang Hu, Minghui Zhang
The vowel inventory in the Xinfeng (Tieshikou) Hakka dialect
    Qian Zhang, Fang Hu
Is there a general motor basis for final lengthening?
    Alice Turk, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel

Speech Production and Articulation II: Techniques and Applications

Investigating dialectal differences using articulography
    Martijn Wieling, Fabian Tomaschek, Denis Arnold, Mark Tiede, Harald Baayen
Multimodal imaging of glottal stop and creaky voice: Evaluating the role of epilaryngeal constriction
    Scott Moisik, John H. Esling, Lise Crevier-Buchman, Angélique Amelot, Philippe Halimi
Silent speech recognition from articulatory movements using deep neural network
    Seongjun Hahm, Jun Wang
The influence of tongue position on trombone sound: A likely area of language influence
    Matthias Heyne, Donald Derrick
Comparing L1 and L2 speakers using articulography
    Martijn Wieling, Pauline Veenstra, Patti Adank, Andrea Weber, Mark Tiede
A statistical shape space model of the palate surface trained on 3D MRI scans of the vocal tract
    Alexander Hewer, Ingmar Steiner, Timo Bolkart, Stefanie Wuhrer, Korin Richmond

Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition II: Predictors of Acquisition Success

Degree and direction of foreign accent in L2 and L3 Korean speech
    Seung-Eun Chang
Differentiation and interaction in the vowel productions of trilingual children
    Robert Mayr, Simona Montanari
The effect of early bilingualism on perceived foreign accent
    Leona Polyanskaya
Does interest in language learning affect the non-native phoneme production in elderly learners?
    Katri Jähi, Paavo Alku, Maija S. Peltola
L2 pronunciation proficiency, language use and age of acquisition as predictors of executive control in bilinguals
    Esther de Leeuw, Cari Bogulski
The effects of length of residence (LOR) on L2 English phonology
    Donald White
Factors affecting successful late learners’ phonemic discrimination between /l/ and /r/ in English
    Tetsuo Harada
Mapping second language learners' accent of Spanish
    Ji Young Kim, Chilin Shih
Investigating frequency of occurrence effects in L2 speakers: Talent matters
    Jonathan Vais, Natalie Lewandowski, Michael Walsh
A dynamic approach to phonetic change
    Stephen Tobin

Speech Perception II: Cross-linguistic Aspects

Perception of Italian and Japanese singleton/geminate consonants by listeners from different backgrounds
    Kimiko Tsukada, Felicity Cox, John Hajek, Yukari Hirata
Perception of Arabic liquids by Japanese listeners
    Tomohiko Ooigawa
The processing of schwa reduced cognates and non-cognates in non-native listeners of English
    Kimberley Mulder, Gwen Brekelmans, Mirjam Ernestus
Individual differences in L2 learners’ perceptual cue weighting patterns
    Eun Jong Kong, Jan Edwards
The perceptual assimilation of Danish monophthongs and diphthongs by monolingual Australian English speakers
    Mona Faris, Catherine Best, Michael Tyler
Perception of lexical pitch-accent by Korean Learners of Japanese
    Hu Shuangshuang
The perception of English vowel contrasts by Chinese EFL learners and native English speakers
    Aihui Zhang, Hui Feng, Xinyuan Zheng, Zhihao Xu, Jianwu Dang
Perception of Polish neutral and affective speech by native and non-native listeners
    Katarzyna Klessa, Magdalena Oleśkowicz-Popiel, Mariusz Owsianny

Phonetic Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics II

Phonological and lexical mismatch detection in 30-month-olds and adults measured by pupillometry
    Tom Fritzsche, Barbara Höhle
Schwa reduction in low-proficiency L2 speakers: Learning and generalization
    Lisa Morano, Mirjam Ernestus, Louis ten Bosch
Probablistic reduction in reading aloud: A comparison of younger and older adults
    Cornelia Moers, Esther Janse, Antje Meyer
Pitch, perceived duration and auditory biases: Comparison among languages
    Juraj Šimko, Daniel Aalto, Martti Vainio, Pärtel Lippus, Marcin Włodarczak
Factors affecting utterance-final vowel devoicing in spontaneous Japanese
    Yasuharu Den, Hanae Koiso
How phonological context affects comprehension: The case of assimilated nasals and stops
    Mercedeh Mohaghegh, Craig Chambers
Early Ganong effects
    Amanda Rysling, John Kingston, Adrian Staub, Andrew Cohen, Jeffrey Starns
Perceiving and adapting to regional accent differences among vowel subsystems
    Catherine Best, Jason A. Shaw, Karen E. Mulak, Gerard Docherty, Bronwen G. Evans, Paul Foulkes, Jennifer Hay, Jalal Al-Tamimi, Katharine Mair, Sophie Wood
Changes in speech and breathing rate while speaking and biking
    Susanne Fuchs, Uwe Reichel, Amélie Rochet-Capellan
Direction of priming and phonetic prototypicality in VOT specificity effects
    Danyuan Ho, James Sneed German

Clinical Phonetics II

Characteristics of speech following facial transplantation
    Bridget Perry, Bohdan Pomahac, Ericka Bueno, Pamela Su, Brian Richburg, Jordan Green
Dysphonia is beautiful: A perceptual and acoustic analysis of vocal roughness
    Melissa Barkat-Defradas, Camille Fauth, Ivana Didirkova, Benoit Amy de la Bretèque, Fabrice Hirsch, Christelle Dodane, Jérémi Sauvage
Discrimination of emotional and linguistic prosody with cochlear implant simulations
    Daan J. van de Velde, Arian Khoshchin, Linda ter Beek, Niels O. Schiller, Johan H. M. Frijns, Jeroen J. Briaire
Exploring duration and isochrony in nursery rhyme reciting for children with language impairments and typically developing children
    Ioanna Georgiadou, Rachael-Anne Knight, Lucy Dipper
A longitudinal study of speech feature contrast production in children with cochlear implants
    James Mahshie, Cynthia Core
Detecting errors in American English /ɹ/ along a normalized acoustic threshold
    Sarah Hamilton, Keiko Ishikawa, Lindsay Mullins, Suzanne Boyce
Prosodic expression of contrast in Williams syndrome
    Kiwako Ito, Marilee Martens

Speech Production and Articulation III: Syllabic and Prosodic Aspects

Temporal interactions of stems, suffixes, and the number of syllables of the words in Hungarian spontaneous speech
    Valéria Krepsz, Mária Gósy
Changes in segmental timing in slow and fast metronome-synchronized speech
    Eliška Churaňová, Pavel Šturm, Lenka Weingartová
Reduction of unstressed central and back vowels in Contemporary Standard Bulgarian
    Mitko Sabev
Bridging articulation and perception: The C/D model and contrastive emphasis
    Donna Erickson, Jangwon Kim, Shigeto Kawahara, Ian Wilson, Caroline Menezes, Atsuo Suemitsu, Jeff Moore
Temporal organization of off-glides in American English
    Fang-Ying Hsieh, Louis Goldstein
A pilot study: Acoustic and articulatory data on tonal alignment in Swedish word accents
    Malin Svensson Lundmark, Johan Frid, Susanne Schötz
Gestural reduction of Hong Kong Cantonese syllable-final oral stops
    Jonathan Yip
Prominence enhances voicelessness and not place distinction in English voiceless sibilants
    Meghan Clayards, Thea Knowles
The contribution of vowel coarticulation and prosodic weakening in initial and final fricatives to sound change
    Conceição Cunha, Ulrich Reubold

Sociophonetics II: Suprasegmentals

Gender differences in the prosody of German questions
    Oliver Niebuhr
Influences of language contact and linguistic experience on the production of lexical stress in Welsh and Welsh English
    Ineke Mennen, Robert Mayr, Jonathan Morris
A logistic regression approach to accent class division in Japanese dialects: With special reference to the Keihan-type accent system in peripheral Kinki regions
    Mami Murata
It's all about, like, acoustics
    Ryan Podlubny, Kristina Geeraert, Benjamin V. Tucker
The relationship between gender identity and six F0 measures in Polish
    Kamil Kazmierski
The phonetics and distribution of non-question rises in two varieties of American English
    Meghan Armstrong, Page Piccinini, Amanda Ritchart
An acoustic analysis of voice quality in London English: The effect of gender, ethnicity and f0
    Anita Szakay, Eivind Torgersen

Speech Perception II: Consonant and Vowel Recognition

Perception boundary between /s/ and /ts/ in Japanese at various speaking rates
    Shigeaki Amano, Kimiko Yamakawa
Vowel identification at high fundamental frequencies in word context
    Daniel Friedrichs, Dieter Maurer, Heidy Suter, Volker Dellwo
Speech recognition experiment in ‘ natural quiet’ background noise
    Julien Meyer, Fanny Meunier, Laure Dentel

Sociophonetics II: Perception and Attitudes

It's not phonetic aesthetics that drives dialect preference: The case of Swiss German
    Adrian Leemann, Marie-José Kolly, Francis Nolan
Mutual intelligibility of Chinese dialects: Predicting cross-dialect word intelligibility from lexical and phonological similarity
    Chaoju Tang, Vincent van Heuven
Within-region diversity in the Southern Vowel Shift: P roduction and perception
    Valerie Fridland, Tyler Kendall
Regional backgrounds and discrimination patterns: A preliminary perceptual study in Quebec French
    Josiane Riverin-Coutlée, Vincent Arnaud
Perception of speaker social-indexical information from localised phonetic variants
    Ania Kubisz
Dialectal effects on the perception of Greek vowels
    Angelos Lengeris, Evia Kainada, Mary Baltazani, Paul Iverson

Speech Production and Articulation III: Coarticulation

Shape coarticulation in the spatial frequency domain: An example using /ɹ/
    Katherine Dawson, Micalle Carl, Douglas H. Whalen
Acoustic measures of planned and unplanned coarticulation
    Douglas H. Whalen, Argyro Katsika, Mark Tiede, Hannah King
Changes in vowel velocity profile with vowel-consonant overlap
    Tanner Sorensen, Adamantios I. Gafos
Long-distance anticipatory vowel-to-vowel assimilatory effects in French and Japanese
    Faith Chiu, Lauren Fromont, Albert Lee, Yi Xu

Laboratory Phonology I

The other N: The role of repetitions and items in the design of phonetic experiments
    Bodo Winter
Casual speech phonology and perception of further languages: The case of Latvian
    Linda Shockey, Dzintra Bond
Aspiration and the gradient structure of English prefixed words
    Kie Zuraw, Sharon Peperkamp
A two-decade-interval variation in vowel insertion after word-final English and French postvocalic plosives in Korean adaptation
    Hyunsoon Kim
Feature distance effects in a word reconstruction task
    Danny Moates, Z. S. Bond, Verna Stockmal
Aerodynamic tool for phonology of voicing
    Yohann Meynadier
Differential positional neutralization of back vowels in two Majorcan Catalan sub-dialects
    Miquel Llompart, Miquel Simonet
An articulatory study of posterior nasal diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese
    Rita Demasi, Christophe Savariaux, Didier Demolin
Effects of phonological neighborhood density on word production in Korean
    Jeffrey Holliday, Rory Turnbull

Speech Prosody II: Phrasal Aspects

The intonation of right- dislocated constituents in French
    David Le Gac
Modelling Japanese intonation using PENTAtrainer2
    Albert Lee, Yi Xu
Acoustic correlates of emphasis in Estonian
    Meelis Mihkla, Heete Sahkai, Mari-Liis Kalvik
The perception of two linguistic functions of prosody in Danish
    John Tøndering, David Morris
Prosodic patterns of noun phrases in English, Mandarin and L2 English
    Weijing Zhou, Huiping Song, Yan Hua, Jian Gong, Qian Chen
The implementation of phrasal prosody by native and non-native speakers of English: SS ANOVA for multi-syllabic intonation contours
    Tuuli Morrill
Interlanguage influence in cues of narrow focus: A study of Hong Kong English
    Richard Yohann Gananathan, Yanjun Yin, Peggy Pik Ki Mok
Can formant shifts and effort cues enhance boundary tone perception in whispered speech?
    Willemijn Heeren
Phonetic focus-marking in Korean-speaking 7- to 8-year-olds and adults
    Anqi Yang, Taehong Cho, Sahyang Kim, Aoju Chen
The phrasing of dislocations in French: Comparing spontaneous speech and reading
    Caroline Smith, Ricardo Napoleão de Souza
Multiple contrastive accents in German production: Syntactic and rhythmic factors
    Nadja Schauffler, Giuseppina Turco, Petra Augurzky
An articulatory-functional approach to modeling Persian focus prosody
    Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Yi Xu
Tone, intonation, and emphatic stress in L2 Mandarin speech by English and Cantonese learners
    Wentao Gu
Individual differences in prosodic strategies to sentence parsing
    Jason Bishop, Adam J. Chong, Sun-Ah Jun
Prosodic and syntactic segmentation of spontaneous speech: A preliminary study
    Anna Dannenberg, Antti Suni, Martti Vainio, Stefan Werner

Multimodal Phonetics

Influences of visual speech information on the perception of foreign-accented speech in noise
    Saya Kawase, Jeesun Kim, Vincent Aubanel, Chris Davis
Cross-modal association between colour, vowel and lexical tone in nonsynesthetic populations: Cantonese, Mandarin and English
    Peggy Pik Ki Mok, Yanjun Yin, Chen Lan, Cheung Him
Examining visible articulatory features in clear and conversational speech
    Lisa Tang, Beverly Hannah, Allard Jongman, Joan A. Sereno, Yue Wang, Ghassan Hamarneh
A comparison of audiovisual and auditory-only training on the perception of spectrally-distorted speech
    Najwa Alghamdi, Steve Maddock, Guy J. Brown, Jon Barker
A preliminary study of the temporal relationship between prosody and gesture in Hong Kong Cantonese
    Holly Sze Ho Fung, Peggy Pik Ki Mok
The effect of auditory and visual signal availability on speech perception
    Jeesun Kim, Vincent Aubanel, Chris Davis
Reconsidering the McGurk effect
    Vesna Mildner, Arnalda Dobric
Cross-modal description of sentiment information embedded in speech
    Kanako Watanabe, Yoko Greenberg, Yoshinori Sagisaka

Phonation and Voice Quality

Voice quality description from a phonetic perspective: Supralaryngeal and muscular tension settings
    Zuleica Camargo, Perpétua Gomes Coutinho, Sandra Madureira, Luiz Carlos Rusilo
Gender variation in creaky voice and fundamental frequency
    Shannon Melvin, Cynthia G. Clopper
Variation in glottalization at prosodic boundaries in clear and plain lab speech
    Erin Luthern, Cynthia G. Clopper
Influence of spectral cues on the perception of pitch height
    Jianjing Kuang, Mark Liberman
Investigating source-filter interaction to specify classic speech production theory
    Vera Evdokimova, Karina Evgrafova, Pavel Skrelin
Acoustic characteristics of Aymara ejectives: A pilot study
    Hansang Park, Hyoju Kim
Influences of speaker attitudes on glottalized tones: A study of two Vietnamese sentence-final particles
    Dang-Khoa Mac, Thi-Lan Nguyen, Alexis Michaud, Do-Dat Tran
Voice quality variation in Scottish adolescents: Gender versus geography
    Janet Beck, Felix Schaeffler
Acoustic properties of different kinds of creaky voice
    Patricia Keating, Marc Garellek, Jody Kreiman
The perception of coolness: Differences in evaluating voice quality in male and female speakers
    Sarah D.F. Greer, Stephen J. Winters
A case study on the efficacy of ultrasound biofeedback in voice pedagogy
    Angelika Nair, Murray Schellenberg, Bryan Gick
Voicing assimilation in whispered speech
    Martin Kohlberger, Patrycja Strycharczuk
Constructing a speech banana for Thai consonants: Some considerations for male and female voices
    Charturong Tantibundhit, Chutamanee Onsuwan, Nittayapa Klangpornkun

Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition III: Prosodic Aspects

Prosodic cues and degree of perceived foreign accents in learner English
    Bin Li, Wenling Cao, Xiu Yan
The acquisition of Spanish lexical stress by Korean learners
    José Ignacio Hualde, Ji Young Kim
The impact of fluency and hesitation phenomena on the perception of non-native speakers by native listeners of German
    Sandra Reitbrecht, Ursula Hirschfeld
Strong influence of prosody on the perception of foreign accent
    Peipei Wei, Lucy Gubbins, Kaori Idemaru
Teaching Japanese bi-mora and quadric-mora timing rhythms to Vietnamese learners
    Masaki Taniguchi, Jane Setter
Relative roles of three suprasegmental parameters in perceived degrees of foreign accent in Japanese
    Yukari Hirata, Hiroaki Kato
Acoustic features of Japanese words spoken by Japanese natives and non-natives
    Kimiko Yamakawa, Shigeaki Amano, Mariko Kondo
Language mode vs. L2 interference: Evidence from L1 Polish
    Geoffrey Schwartz, Anna Balas, Arkadiusz Rojczyk
Phonetic encoding of coda voicing contrast and its interaction with information structure in L1 and L2 speech
    Jiyoun Choi, Taehong Cho, Sahyang Kim, Yuna Baek, Jiyoung Jang
Attention redistribution and segment-tone integration in Mandarin tone acquisition by L2 learners
    Ting Zou, Yiya Chen, Johanneke Caspers
What motivates extra-rising patterns in L2 French: Acquisition factors or L1 transfer?
    Fabian Santiago, Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie
Acquisition process of L2 Japanese intonation by Swedish learners - Interlanguage or prosodic transfer?
    Yasuko Nagano-Madsen
Patterns of prominence in L2: Observations from learners of Swedish with L1s of diverse prominence properties
    Mechtild Tronnier, Elisabeth Zetterholm
Characterizing rhythm in the ESL production by Mandarin Speakers on both duration- and pitch- based measures
    Hua Lin

Speech Perception III: Speaker and Social Attributes

Language exposure benefit to talker learning in an unfamiliar language
    Adriel John Orena, Rachel Theodore, Linda Polka
Fundamental frequency and human perception of alcoholic intoxication in speech
    Barbara Baumeister, Florian Schiel
Intonation as a cue to emotional speech perception: An experiment with normal and delexicalised speech
    Daniel Oliveira Peres
Investing in accents: How does experience mediate trust attributions to different voices?
    Ilaria Torre, Jeremy Goslin, Laurence White
Perception of prosodic social affects in French: A free-labeling study
    Marine Guerry, Takaaki Shochi, Albert Rilliard, Donna Erickson
Perceptual evaluation of spoken Japanese attitudes
    Takaaki Shochi, Dominique Fourer, Albert Rilliard, Jean-Luc Rouas, Marine Guerry

Phonetics of First Language Acquisition

The acquisition of English sibilant fricatives by children with bilateral cochlear implants
    Patrick Reidy, Mary E. Beckman, Ruth Litovsky, Jan Edwards
Adults' and infants' perception of infant-directed speech and song
    Simone Falk, Christine Tsang
Implosive and prenasalized consonant-like sounds in babbling
    Ibrahima Abdoul H. Cissé, Nathalie Vallée, Maarten Mous
Spectral moments analysis of /s/ coarticulation development in Finnish-speaking children
    Pentti Körkkö
Complex onsets in child language acquisition
    Thaïs Cristófaro Silva, Izabel Miranda
VOT Production among schoolchildren in Francophone vs. French immersion schools in Anglo-dominant Southern Alberta
    Justin Turner, Fangfang Li, Nicole Rosen, Nicole Netelenbos
The effects of lip rounding on voice onset time production in children acquiring Hungarian
    Krisztina Zajdó
The acquisition of gemination in Lebanese-Arabic children
    Ghada Khattab, Jalal Al-Tamimi
Indexical and linguistic processing in infancy: Discrimination of speaker, accent and vowel differences
    Paola Escudero, Cory D. Bonn, Richard N. Aslin, Karen E. Mulak

Speech Prosody III: General

Different parts of the same elephant: A roadmap to disentangle and connect different perspectives on prosodic prominence
    Petra Wagner, Antonio Origlia, Cinzia Avesani, George Christodoulides, Francesco Cutugno, Mariapaola D'Imperio, David Escudero Mancebo, Barbara Gili Fivela, Anne Lacheret, Bogdan Ludusan, Helena Moniz, Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Oliver Niebuhr, Lucie Rousier-Vercruyssen, Anne-Catherine Simon, Juraj Šimko, Fabio Tesser, Martti Vainio

Speech Perception III: Similarity and Confusability

A perceptual account for Cantonese vocative reduplication
    Qian Luo, Karthik Durvasula, Yen-Hwei Lin
A new proposal for metric in perceptual multidimensional scaling
    Ondrej Such, Štefan Beňuš
On the role of discriminative intelligibility model for speech intelligibility enhancement
    Maryam Al Dabel, Jon Barker
Intelligibility of foreign-accented words: Acoustic distances and gradient foreign accentedness
    Vincent Porretta, Benjamin V. Tucker
Perceptual confusability of Mandarin sounds, tones and syllables
    Bhamini Sharma, Chang Liu, Yao Yao
Reciprocal measures of perceptual similarity
    Juli Cebrian
Manner asymmetries in the perception of laryngeal contrast: A noise-masking experiment in Russian
    Mayuki Matsui

Phonetics of Conversation and Dysfluent Speech

Speech rate plays marginal role in processes of connected speech
    Malgorzata Kul
Spontaneous speech production by dysarthric and healthy speakers: Temporal organisation and speaking rate
    Laurianne Georgeton, Christine Meunier
Phonetic evidence for two types of disfluency
    Jixing Li, Sam Tilsen
Jumping out of context – Jumping out of tone
    Yshai Kalmanovitch

Speech Corpora and Big Data

Position-dependent vowel reduction in Russian
    Daniil Kocharov, Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Pavel Skrelin
English word-medial morphonotactics: A corpus study
    Paulina Zydorowicz, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Michał Jankowski
Child phonology analyzer: Processing and analyzing transcribed speech
    Chen Gafni
Attention, please! Expanding the GECO database
    Antje Schweitzer, Natalie Lewandowski, Daniel Duran, Grzegorz Dogil
A cross-database comparison of two large German speech databases
    Christoph Draxler, Stefan Kleiner
A corpus-based approach to dialectal variation in Korean vowels
    Tae-Jin Yoon, Yoonjung Kang, Sungwoo Han, Hyeseon Maeng, Jiae Lee, Kyounghue Kim
A multilingual study on intensity as a cue for marking prosodic boundaries
    Bogdan Ludusan, Emmanuel Dupoux
Frequency of occurrence of phonemes and syllables in Thai: Analysis of spoken and written corpora
    Charturong Tantibundhit, Chutamanee Onsuwan, Adirek Munthuli, Krit Kosawat, Chai Wutiwiwatchai

Speech Prosody III: Conversation, Style, Indexicality

Prosodic marking and predictability in lexical self-repair
    Leendert Plug
Temporal parameters discriminate better between read and narrated speech in Brazilian Portuguese
    Plinio Barbosa
Hazard regression for modeling conversational silence
    Michael L. O'Dell, Tommi Nieminen, Mietta Lennes
Retained in translation: Rhythm and pitch structure of  A. Pushkin’s ‘Eugene Onegin’ translated by James Falen
    Anatole Fiodorov
A phonetics based computer aided prosody training system for L2 English learning
    Chao-yu Su, Chiu-yu Tseng
Sentence boundaries in text and pauses in speech: Correlation or confrontation?
    Anton Stepikhov, Anastassia Loukina
Polish infant directed vs. adult directed speech: Selected acoustic- phonetic differences
    Agnieszka Czoska, Katarzyna Klessa, Maciej Karpiński
Rhythm as a cue to identifiability in Maltese English
    Sarah Grech, Alexandra Vella
The effect of explicit training on the prosodic production of L2 sarcasm by Dutch learners of English
    Laura Smorenburg, Joe Rodd, Aoju Chen
What do we expect spontaneous speech to sound like?
    Rosanna Morris Haynes, Laurence White, Sven Mattys

Laboratory Phonology II

Effects of syllable structure on intonation identification in Neapolitan Italian
    Caterina Petrone, Mariapaola D'Imperio
F1/F2 targets for Finnish single vs. double vowels
    Satsuki Nakai, Kari Suomi, Alan Wrench
On the phrasing properties of Hindi relative clauses
    Stella Gryllia, Caroline Féry, Frank Kügler, Pramod Pandey
Acoustic and articulatory correlates of Japanese devoiced vowels
    Marco Fonseca, Maria Cantoni, Thaïs Cristófaro Silva
Aerodynamic, articulatory and acoustic realization of French /ʁ/
    Cédric Gendrot, Barbara Kühnert, Didier Demolin
The influence of syllable number and task-related attention on the perception of rhythmic irregularities: An ERP study on German compounds
    Karen Henrich, Richard Wiese, Ulrike Domahs
Phonemic quantity contrasts in normal and non-pathological perturbed speech
    Kofi Adu Manyah
Music perception influences plosive perception in Wu dialects
    Marjoleine Sloos, Jie Liang, Lei Wang
It is easier to learn the meaning of forms with a canonical stress pattern
    Robert Daland, Yun Jung Kim
Melodic alternations in Spanish
    Francisco Torreira
Prosodic boundary strength and the location of pre-nuclear phrasal prominence
    Soundess Azzabou-Kacem, Alice Turk, Ellen Gurman Bard

Phonology-Phonetics Interface

Topics in Tone 3 Sandhi
    Chin-Ting Jimbo Liu
High vowels devoicing and elision in Japanese: A diachronic approach
    Francesca Pinto
On the phonetic variation of intervocalic geminates in Libyan Arabic
    Amel Issa
Rhythmic structure of English and Japanese: A constraint based analysis of nursery rhymes and Haiku
    Yukiko Ishikawa, Haruko Miyakoda
The role of labiolingual gestural coordination in spatiotemporal facilitation of speech production in Turkish, Turkmen and Hindi
    Ganesh Gupta, Indranil Dutta
Prosody in Italian particle verbs: A preliminary study
    Stefano Quaglia, Giuseppina Turco
Boundary disputes and sociophonetic variation: Schwa-epenthesis in Dutch rC clusters
    Koen Sebregts
The role of contrast maintenance in the temporal structure of the rhyme.
    Felicity Cox, Sallyanne Palethorpe, Kelly Miles

Tone II: Speech and Music

Do note values affect parallelism between lexical tones and musical notes in Thai pop songs?
    Chawadon Ketkaew, Pittayawat Pittayaporn
The relationships between speech tone and melody in the khap singing of Tai Dam in Laos
    Marie-Pierre Lissoir, Didier Demolin

Speech Technology

Complete IPA Keyboard for iOS devices.
    Piotr Dobrowolski
A measure of phonetic similarity to quantify pronunciation variation by using ASR technology
    Tianze Shi, Shun Kasahara, Teeraphon Pongkittiphan, Nobuaki Minematsu, Daisuke Saito, Keikichi Hirose
Automatic recognition of geographically- proximate accents using content-controlled and content-mismatched speech data
    Georgina Brown
Tongue contour extraction from ultrasound images based on deep neural network
    Aurore Jaumard-Hakoun, Kele Xu, Pierre Roussel-Ragot, Gérard Dreyfus, Maureen Stone, Bruce Denby
Prosodic classification of discourse markers
    Vera Cabarrão, Helena Moniz, Jaime Ferreira, Fernando Batista, Isabel Trancoso, Ana Isabel Mata, Sérgio Curto
Automatic recognition of prosodic patterns in semantic verbal fluency tests - an animal naming task for edutainment applications
    Helena Moniz, Anna Pompili, Fernando Batista, Isabel Trancoso, Alberto Abad, Cristiana Amorim
Audience response system-based assessment for analysis-by-synthesis
    Jens Edlund, Christina Tånnander, Joakim Gustafson

Tone II: Perception

A model of the perception of Serbo-Croatian word tone
    Edward Purcell
Correlates of Chinese neutral tone perception in different contexts
    Aijun Li, Shanshan Fan
A fundamental bias for residue pitch perception in tone language speakers
    Elizabeth Petitti, Tyler Perrachione
Perception of pitch contours by native and non-native tone listeners
    Ratree Wayland, Yiqing Zhu, Edith Kaan
Mandarin listeners can learn non-native lexical tones through distributional learning
    Jia Hoong Ong, Denis Burnham, Paola Escudero
Effect of contextual tonal variation on speech recognition: Evidence from eye movements
    Qian Li, Yiya Chen
Auditory-visual augmentation of Thai lexical tone perception in the elderly
    Benjawan Kasisopa, Sudaporn Luksaneeyanawin, Suparak Techacharoenrungrueang, Denis Burnham
Perception of Cantonese tones by Mandarin speakers
    Mengyue Wu, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Brett Baker, Catherine Best, Janet Fletcher

Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics

Speaker discrimination using formant trajectories from casework recordings: Can LDA do it?
    Radek Skarnitzl, Jitka Vaňková
Individual and group variation in disfluency features:  A cross-accent investigation
    Kirsty McDougall, Martin Duckworth, Toby Hudson
Comparisons of speaker recognition strengths using suprasegmental duration and intensity variability: An artificial neural networks approach
    Lei He, Ulrike Glavitsch, Volker Dellwo
The influence of body posture on the acoustic speech signal
    Yvonne Flory, Francis Nolan
Front-end approaches to the issue of correlations in forensic speaker comparison
    Erica Gold, Vincent Hughes
Voice lineups: A practical guide
    Gea de Jong, Francis Nolan, Kirsty McDougall, Toby Hudson

Speech Acoustics II: Prosody and Connected Speech

Coarticulation of tone and CV segment in citation and sentence form
    Augustine Agwuele
Phonetic reduction, vowel duration, and prosodic structure
    Rachel Steindel Burdin, Cynthia G. Clopper
Acoustic effects of loud speech and interrelationships among measures
    Laura Koenig, Susanne Fuchs
The effects of intonation on acoustic properties of fricatives
    Marzena Żygis, Pape Daniel, Luis Jesus, Marek Jaskula
Anticipatory planning of r-insertion in Australian English
    Ivan Yuen, Felicity Cox, Katherine Demuth
An acoustic analysis of ‘Kulning’ (cattle calls) recorded in an outdoor setting on location in Dalarna (Sweden)
    Robert Eklund, Anita McAllister
Pitch and duration in RP: A corpus-based historical exploration
    Joanna Przedlacka, Ladan Baghai Ravary
Utilising Hidden Markov Modelling for the assessment of accommodation in conversational speech
    Vijay Solanki, Jane Stuart-Smith, Alessandro Vinciarelli, Rachel Smith

Speech Acoustics II: Models and Methods

Improved formant frequency measurements of short segments
    David Weenink
Simplification of vocal tract shapes with different levels of detail
    Saeed Dabbaghchian, Marc Arnela, Olov Engwall
Hidden Markov Model-based approach for nasalized vowels recognition in spontaneous speech
    András Beke, Viktória Horváth
Measurement variability in vowel formant estimation: A simulation experiment
    Tyler Kendall, Charlotte Vaughn
Quantitative methods for comparing featural representations
    Ewan Dunbar, Gabriel Synnaeve, Emmanuel Dupoux