Ninth Conference on Laboratory Phonology
Change in Phonology
Thursday 24 June - Saturday 26 June, 2004

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Program

Oral Presentations

Poster Presentations

24th June, 2004
7:30 Continental Breakfast

8:25

Welcome Address

Pierre Wiltzius, Director, Beckman Institute

8:30

Introductions Jennifer Cole, José I. Hualde
 
Session 1: Acquisition as change: L1 phonology Chair: Cynthia Fisher (UIUC)
8:45

LouAnn Gerken (University of Arizona)

invited speaker

with Tania Zamuner (University of Nijmegen)

Exploring the Basis for Generalization in Language Acquisition
9:45
Angela Grimm (University of Groningen) The Prosodic Pattern of Words and Phrases in the Acquisition of German
10:15
Coffee Break
10:30
Mary E. Beckman, Benjamin Munson, & Jan Edwards (Ohio State University and University of Minnesota)

Vocabulary growth and developmental expansion of types of phonological knowledge

11:00
Sharon Peperkamp & Emmanuel Dupoux (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Paris and Université de Paris 8) The acquisition of abstract phoneme categories
11:30
Stefan Frisch (University of South Florida) discussant
 

12:00-1:00

Lunch break: Catered lunch on-site

 
Session 2: Prosodic influence on change in sound patterns Chair: Chilin Shih (UIUC)
1:00

Cécile Fougeron (CNRS-U Paris III)

invited speaker

Resyllabification revisited: the case of enchaînement in French
2:00 Mariapaola D'Imperio, Hélène Lœvenbruck, Caroline Menezes, Noël Nguyen & Pauline Welby (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Aix-en-Provence and Institut de la Communication Parlée, Grenoble) Are tones aligned with articulatory events? Evidence from Italian and French
2:30 Coffee Break
2:45 Gina Garding & Amalia Arvaniti (University of California, San Diego) Dialectal variation in the rising accents of American English
3:15

Laura Dilley (MIT and Harvard University)

Cancelled

Fundamental frequency extrema on weak syllables affect the relative prominence of strong syllables

3:15 Kenneth de Jong (Indiana University) discussant
 
Session 3: Non-thematic Chair: Erin O'Rourke (UIUC)
3:45 Amanda Miller-Ockhuizen, Levi Namaseb & Khalil Iskarous (Cornell University, University of Namibia and Haskins Laboratory) Posterior constriction location differences in Click types
4:15 Mariko Sugahara & Alice Turk (University of Edinburgh) Phonetic Reflexes of Morphological Boundaries Under Different Speech Rates
 
5:00-6:30

Poster session 1

Wine & Cheese Reception

Beckman Institute East Atrium
 
25th June, 2004
7:30 Continental Breakfast
Session 4: Social factors in phonetic variation Chair: Zsuzsanna Fagyal (UIUC)
8:30

Gerry Docherty (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)

invited speaker

Speech in its natural environment: accounting for social factors in phonetic variability

9:30 Jane Stuart-Smith (University of Glasgow) Empirical evidence for gendered speech production: /s/ in Glaswegian
10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Elliott Moreton & Erik Thomas (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University) Origins of Canadian Raising in Voiceless-Coda Effects: A Case Study in Phonologization
10:45

Paul Warren, Jen Hay & Brynmor Thomas (Victoria University of Wellington and University of Canterbury)

The loci of sound change effects in recognition and perception
11:15 Henrietta Jonas-Cedergren, Université du Québec à Montréal discussant
 

11:45-1:00

Lunch break: Catered lunch on-site

 
Session 5: Mechanisms of sound change Chair: Hans Henrich Hock (UIUC)
1:00

Jonathan Harrington (University of Kiel)

invited speaker

Evidence for a relationship between synchronic variability and diachronic change in the Queen’s annual Christmas broadcasts
2:00 Susan G. Guion & Ratree P. Wayland (University of Oregon and University of Florida at Gainesville) Aerodynamics of [r] in tonogenesis
2:30 Coffee Break
2:45 John Hajek & Mary Stevens (University of Melbourne) Mechanisms of sound change in Romance: From gemination to degemination in Italy
3:15 Carlos Gussenhoven (University of Nijmegen) A vowel height split explained: Compensatory listening and speaker control
3:45 Elizabeth Hume (Ohio State University) discussant
 
4:15-4:45 General Discussion
 
5:00-6:30

Poster session 2

Beckman Institute East Atrium
 
5:30 Wine & Appetizers
 
6:30

Banquet dinner

Beckman Institute West Atrium
 
26th June, 2004
7:30 Continental Breakfast
Session 6: Phonological models of variation in computer speech processing Chair: Mark Hasegawa-Johnson (UIUC)
8:30

Julia Hirschberg (Columbia University)

invited speaker

with Agus Gravano (Columbia University), Ani Nenkova (Columbia University), Elisa Sneed (Northwestern University) & Gregory Ward (Northwestern University)

Intonational overload: Uses of the H* !H* L- L% contour in read and spontaneous speech
9:30 Robert Kirchner (University of Alberta)

Exemplar-based phonology and the time problem: a new representational technique

10:00 Coffee Break
10:15 Hosung Nam (Yale University and Haskins Laboratory) A Competitive, Coupled Oscillator Model of Moraic Structure
10:45 Carol Espy-Wilson (University of Maryland) discussant
   
Session 7: Non-thematic Chair: Gary Dell (UIUC)
11:15 Bob McMurray & David Gow (University of Rochester) Tracking the timecourse of multiple context effects in assimilated speech
11:45 Benjamin Munson (University of Minnesota) Lexical Access and Hyperarticulation
   

12:15-1:15

Lunch break: Catered lunch on-site

   
Session 8: Phonological change through the interaction of L1-L2 in bilinguals and language learners Chair: Rajka Smiljanic (Northwestern)
1:15

James Flege (University of Alabama)

invited speaker

Language Contact in Bilingualism: Phonetic System Interactions

2:15 Isabelle Darcy, Sharon Peperkamp & Emmanuel Dupoux (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Paris and Université de Paris 8) Perceptual learning and plasticity in L2 learners: building a new system for phonological processes
2:45 Mariko Yanagawa (Yale University) Consonant Timing in L2 English: The Emergence of a Default Pattern
3:15 Coffee Break
3:30 Ghada Khattab (University of Newcastle ) Variation in vowel production by English-Arabic bilinguals
4:00 Norma Mendoza-Denton (University of Arizona) discussant
 
4:30-5:00 General Discussion