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- The 2015 annual meeting of members of the Association was held at the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, in Glasgow, Scotland. Congratulations to the two winners of the LabPhon Best Student Paper Award:
- Amelia Kimball: Categorical vs. Episodic Memory for Pitch Accent in English
- Harim Kwon: Spontaneous Speech Imitation and Cue Primacy
- Luke Galea: Cues to Gemination in Word-initial Position in Maltese
- Nhung Nguyen: Affective Attitudes towards Asians Influence Perception of Asian-Accented Vowels
- Annika Nijveld: Exemplar Effects Arisen in a Lexical Decision Task, but Only under Adverse Listening Conditions
- Melissa Paquette-Smith: Spanish-Accented English in Spanish to English-learning 5-month Olds
- Timo Roettger: Word Stress in Tashlhiyt: Post Lexical Prominence in Disguise?
- Ilaria Torre: Investing in Accents: How does Experience Mediate Trust Attributions to Different Voices?
- The Association co-sponsored Phonetics and Phonology in Europe, held at the University of Cambridge on 29-30 June 2015. Congratulations to the two winners of the LabPhon Best Student Paper Award:
- Jessica Di Napoli (IfL-Phonetik, University of Cologne): "Speaker variation in the realization of phrase-final glottalization in Italian"
- Simon Todd (Department of Linguistics, Stanford University): "Pronouncing the Zs: Epenthesis in English plural possessives"
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The Association for Laboratory Phonology is a non-profit organization. The purpose of the association is to promote the scientific study of all aspects of the phonetics and phonology of spoken and signed languages through scholarly exchange across disciplines. The association is an international body open to scholars world-wide, and is committed to the advancement and diffusion of knowledge on the phonetics and phonology of all human languages.