Conference Schedule


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Wednesday, July 13
9:00 AM Satellite meetings
6:00 PM Opening reception Clark Atrium


Thursday, July 14

7:30 AM Breakfast Baker Portico
8:15 AM Opening remarks
Gretchen Ritter, The Harold Tanner Dean of Arts & Sciences, Cornell
Baker 200
8:30 AM Oral session 1: Production dynamics
Invited speaker: Khalil Iskarous
How local computation leads to global structure: the dynamics of gesture and word
[short abstract]
Baker 200
9:15 AM Phonetic reduction, perceptual illusions, and phonotactic legality
Alex McAllister and Matthew T. Carlson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
9:45 AM Coffee break Baker Portico
10:00 AM Production Effects in Light of Perceptual Evaluation: Tempo Effects for Phonologization
Kenneth de Jong and Kyoko Nagao
[short abstract] [full abstract]
10:30 AM Probing the interaction of dynamic stability with grammar: Evidence from Russian
Marianne Pouplier, Stefania Marin, Conceição Cunha and Alexei Kochetov
[short abstract] [full abstract]
11:00 AM Discussant: Elizabeth Zsiga
11:30 AM Poster session P1 Baker Atrium
Lunch (Baker Portico/Clark Atrium)
12:00 PM Journal of Phonetics Editorial Board meeting PSB 201
1:15 PM Oral session 2: Perception dynamics
Invited speaker: Meghan Sumner
How are forms we rarely hear, understood so easily?
[short abstract]
Baker 200
2:00 PM Timing lag matters in the perception of Georgian stop sequences by native speakers
Ioana Chitoran and Harim Kwon
[short abstract] [full abstract]
2:30 PM Coffee break Baker Portico
2:45 PM Speech Prediction from Subphonemic Production
Donald Derrick and Daniel Bürkle
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:15 PM Relative cue weighting in perception and production of a sound change in progress
Jianjing Kuang and Aletheia Cui
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:45 PM Discussant: Jennifer Hay
4:15 PM General discussion Baker 200
4:45 PM Poster session P2 Baker Atrium
6:15 PM ALP board meeting PSB 401
7:15 PM Graduate student & Invited speakers dinner Kennedy Hall (Trillium)


Friday, July 15

7:30 AM Breakfast Baker Portico
8:30 AM Oral session 3: Prosodic organization
Invited speaker: Yiya Chen
What does prosodic variation tell us about prosodic organization?
[short abstract]
Baker 200
9:15 AM Individual specificity, redundancy and the evolution of phonological systems: Intonation in a tone language
Francesco Cangemi, Christian Weitz, Kieu-Phuong Ha, Marc Brunelle and Martine Grice
[short abstract] [full abstract]
9:45 AM Coffee break Baker Portico
10:00 AM Non-canonical Word Order in Russian: Processing and Acoustic Parameterization
Tatiana Luchkina
[short abstract] [full abstract]
10:30 AM The Nature of Variation in the Tone Sandhi Patterns of Shanghai Wu
Hanbo Yan and Jie Zhang
[short abstract] [full abstract]
11:00 AM Discussant: Martine Grice
11:30 AM Poster session P3 Baker Atrium
Lunch (Baker Portico/Clark Atrium)
12:00 PM Journal of Laboratory Phonology Information meeting PSB 120
1:15 PM Oral session 4: Lexical dynamics and memory
Invited speaker: Matthew Goldrick
Representational dynamics in sound structure planning
[short abstract] [full abstract]
Baker 200
2:00 PM Modelling Phonetic and Phonological Variation with Small Data: Evidence from Kaqchikel Mayan
Ryan Bennett and Kevin Tang
[short abstract] [full abstract]
2:30 PM Coffee break Baker Portico
2:45 PM Coalescing sources of bias in perception: Lexical and prelexical influences on the processing of phonological features
Alexander Martin and Sharon Peperkamp
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:15 PM Epenthesis into nonnative consonant clusters: phonetic factors eclipse gradient phonotactics
Colin Wilson and Lisa Davidson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:45 PM Discussant: Keith Johnson
4:15 PM General discussion Baker 200
4:45 PM Poster session P4 Baker Atrium
6:15 PM ALP open meeting PSB 120
7:15 PM Conference barbecue Willard Straight Hall


Saturday, July 16

7:30 AM Breakfast Baker Portico
8:30 AM Oral session 5: Acquisition and life-span
Invited speaker: Sharon Goldwater
More is more: how trying to learn multiple aspects of language at once can actually help
[short abstract]
Baker 200
9:15 AM L1 influence on L2 assimilation: An EPG study of English /n/+stop sequences
Laura Colantoni, Alexei Kochetov and Jeffrey Steele
[short abstract] [full abstract]
9:45 AM Coffee break Baker Portico
10:00 AM /l/ in clusters: an articulatory-acoustic study of children’s productions
Susan Lin, Sharon Inkelas, Lara Mcconnaughey and Michael Dohn
[short abstract] [full abstract]
10:30 AM The effect of indexical cues on the distributional learning of sound categories
Masaki Noguchi and Carla Hudson Kam
[short abstract] [full abstract]
11:00 AM Discussant: Stefan Frisch
11:30 AM Poster session P5 Baker Atrium
Lunch (Baker Portico/Clark Atrium)
1:15 PM Oral session 6: Social network dynamics
Invited speaker: Jane Stuart-Smith
Social dynamics and phonological representations: Observations from speech and society in Scotland
[short abstract]
Baker 200
2:00 PM Network structural equivalence and the reversal of the Southern Vowel Shift
Robin Dodsworth and Richard Benton
[short abstract] [full abstract]
2:30 PM Coffee break Baker Portico
2:45 PM Effects of phonetic reduction and social factors on cross-modal lexical priming
Zack Jones and Cynthia G. Clopper
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:15 PM What do you expect from an unfamiliar talker?
Dave F Kleinschmidt and T. Florian Jaeger
[short abstract] [full abstract]
3:45 PM Discussant: Erik Thomas
4:15 PM Poster session P6 Baker Atrium
5:45 PM Closing discussion Baker 200


Sunday, July 17

9:00 AM Satellite meetings



Poster Session P1 Thu 11:30 AM - 1:10 PM
P1-01 English coda [m] adaptations in Standard Mandarin loanwords: Corpora data vs. bilingual and monolingual experimental results
Ho-Hsin Huang and Yen-Hwei Lin
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-02 Plural predictability and OCP influence plural morpheme duration in English
Darcy E. Rose
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-03 Speaking rate effect on consonant-vowel coarticulation and on stop consonant classification
Mohammad Abuoudeh and Olivier Crouzet
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-04 Kinematic aspects of L2 production in an imitation task
Mark Tiede, Christine Mooshammer, Dolly Goldenberg and Douglas Honorof
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-05 Variable aspiration of Spanish coda /s/: Laboratory evidence and Stochastic OT modeling
Valentyna Filimonova and Kelly Berkson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-06 How native and non-native listeners process schwa reduction in French: A combined eye-tracking and ERP study
Kimberley Mulder, Sophie Brand and Mirjam Ernestus
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-07 Sonority profile and temporal organization of clusters: evidence from Russian
Stefania Marin, Marianne Pouplier and Alexei Kochetov
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-08 Intonational qualities of strong and weak imperatives
Megan Keough, Elise Kedersha McClay, Molly Babel and Lisa Matthewson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-09 What reaction times reveal about listener groups: L1 Aboriginal English and Standard Australian English responses to a prelateral merger-in-progress
Deborah Loakes, Janet Fletcher, John Hajek and Joshua Clothier
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-10 Prosodic Organization of Spontaneous Spanish-English Bilingual Speech
Melinda Fricke, Marianna Nadeu and Michael Maslowski
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-11 Phonetic Shift /ɔr/ Phonemic Change? American English mergers over 40 years
Joseph A. Stanley and Margaret E. L. Renwick
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-12 Social dynamics and phonological strength: Post-nasal devoicing in Tswana
Grzegorz Dogil, Jagoda Bruni, Daniel Duran, Justus Roux and Andries Coetzee
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-14 Infants’ use of phonological detail during foreign-accented word recognition
Marieke van Heugten, Dena Krieger, Melissa Paquette-Smith and Elizabeth Johnson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-15 Perception of acoustic, informational and structural prominence in English, French, and Spanish
Jennifer Cole, Jose Ignacio Hualde, Caroline Smith, Christopher Eager, Tim Mahrt and Ricardo Napoleão de Souza
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-16 Corrective focus in conversational French
Ricardo Napoleão de Souza and Caroline Smith
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-17 Levels of processing and their interaction in speech production
Adam Buchwald and Michele Miozzo
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-18 L1 USE PREDICTS IMITATION OF METRICAL FEATURES IN A TYPOLOGICALLY DIFFERENT L2
Rossana Cavone and Mariapaola D'Imperio
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-19 Final lengthening in German
Malte Belz, Oxana Rasskazova, Anja Riemenschneider, Jelena Krivokapić, Melanie Weirich and Christine Mooshammer
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-20 The link between anterior lingual gesture delay and loss of coda /r/: an ultrasound study
Jane Stuart-Smith, Eleanor Lawson and James Scobbie
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-21 Ambivalent Consonantal Effects on F0
Qian Luo, Karthik Durvasula and Yen-Hwei Lin
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-22 Attentional modulation and individual differences in explaining the changing role of f0 in the Korean laryngeal stop perception
Eun Jong Kong and Hyunjung Lee
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-23 Illusory epenthesis and recoverability-conditioned sensitivity to phonetic detail
James Whang
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-24 Lexical access and stereotypical 'word age' in Korean
Jonny Kim
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-25 Rethinking reduction on the basis of phonetic variation in a discourse marker
Mirjam Ernestus and Rachel Smith
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-26 Phonological Influence in Third Language Acquisition: L2 Spanish Effects on the Production of L3 Portuguese Voiced Stops
Sarah Harper
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-27 How vowel variability relates to vowel perception
Nhung Nguyen, Jason A. Shaw, Catherine T. Best and Michael D. Tyler
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-28 Different effects of production on spoken-word recognition for adults versus children
Tania Zamuner, Stephanie Strahm, Elizabeth Morin-Lessard and Mike Page
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-29 Phonetic devices and the construction of the phonological space
Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, Nina Gram Garmann and Hanne Gram Simonsen
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-30 Estimating segments' cost using cross-linguistic information
Uriel Cohen Priva and Emily Gleason
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P1-31 Dealing with 'inperfection': Affixes, allomorphy, and dual-route parsing
Laurel Lawyer and David Corina
[short abstract] [full abstract]


Poster Session P2 Thu 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM

P2-01 L1 influence on the identification of intonational contours
Elaine Schmidt, Carmen Kung, Brechtje Post, Ivan Yuen and Katherine Demuth
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-02 An experimental approach to perceptual salience
Hanna Ruch
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-03 The Generation of Prosodic Frames in Speech Production: An Experimental Approach
Hilary Wynne, Linda Wheeldon and Aditi Lahiri
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-04 Preserving speech dynamics in Parkinson's disease: an acoustic study of the production of glides by Belgian French patients
Virginie Roland, Véronique Delvaux, Kathy Huet, Myriam Piccaluga, Marie-Claire Haelewyck and Bernard Harmegnies
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-05 Deformation-based articulatory representations of speech sounds
Marissa Barlaz, Ryan Shosted, Christopher Carignan, Maojing Fu, Zhi-Pei Liang and Brad Sutton
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-06 Perception, Production, and the Implementation of Phonological Opacity in the Bengali Vowel Chain Shift
Traci Nagle
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-07 Constraints on cross-talker generalization of foreign-accent adaptation
Kodi Weatherholtz, Linda Liu and T. Florian Jaeger
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-08 Targetless /u/ in Tokyo Japanese
Shigeto Kawahara, Jason Shaw and James Whang
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-09 Effects of Position, Stress and Manner of Articulation on Consonant-Vowel Co-occurrence in Three Languages
Eleonora Albano
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-10 Intrinsic pitch of diphthongs in lexical tone perception
Jessica Siddins and Eva Reinisch
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-11 The articulatory space of oral and nasal vowels in Brazilian Portuguese
Ryan Shosted, Denise Pozzani, Francisco Meneses, Nicole Wong, Zainab Hermes and Torrey Loucks
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-12 I can't understand - The perception of native and non-native can and can’t by native and non-native listeners of English
Margot van Mulken, Huib Kouwenhoven and Mirjam Ernestus
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-13 ePGG, Pio, airflow and acoustic data on the phasing of glottal opening and three-way phonation contrast: implications for laryngeal features
Hyunsoon Kim, Shinji Maeda, Kiyoshi Honda and Lise Crevier-Buchman
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-14 Lexical knowledge is available, but not always used, very early
Amanda Rysling, John Kingston, Adrian Staub, Andrew Cohen, Jeffrey Starns and Anthony Yacovone
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-15 Lexical specificity and temporal decay in intraspeaker priming of sociolinguistic variables
Meredith Tamminga
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-16 Acoustic salience and input frequency in L2 lexical tone learning
Katherine Riestenberg
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-17 Vocal tract and manual gesture coordination in prosodic structure
Jelena Krivokapic, Mark Tiede and Martha Tyrone
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-18 Structured Variation across Sound Contrasts, Talkers, and Speech Styles
Hye-Young Bang and Meghan Clayards
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-19 Investigating the interaction between speaker dialect and listener differences across two tasks.
Abby Walker, Andrew Burlile and Katherine Askew
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-20 A bad feeling or a bad filling? The influence of social network size on speech perception
Shiri Lev-Ari
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-21 Spontaneous imitation in a second language is different from native language imitation
Harim Kwon
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-22 Asymmetries in English Liquid Production and Vowel Interactions
Rachel Walker, Michael Proctor, Caitlin Smith and Ewald Enzinger
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-23 Ambiguous rhoticity in Glasgow: Short term exposure promotes perceptual adaptation for experienced and inexperienced listeners
Robert Lennon, Rachel Smith and Jane Stuart-Smith
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-24 Cider apples and jeder Abend: the interplay of /r/-sandhi and word-initial glottalisation in English-accented German
Maria Paola Bissiri and James M. Scobbie
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-25 An Experimental Investigation of Positionally Conditioned Tone Sandhi in Hailu Hakka
Jie Zhang, Hanbo Yan, Yuwen Lai and Shao-Ren Lyu
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-26 Modeling new conceptions of functional load with perceptual confusability
Zachary Burchill
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-27 Using ANNs for vowel identification from V-to-V coarticulation in non-harmonic VCV sequences
Indranil Dutta, Irfan S. and Harsha K.R.S.
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-28 Perception of syllable stress varies by listener
Amelia Kimball and Jennifer Cole
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-29 Contrast preservation at the level of the individual: Evidence from Spanish plosive lenition
Christopher D. Eager
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P2-30 Language-internal behavior of typologically rare sounds: Production, perception, and distribution of breathy sonorants in Marathi
Kelly Berkson
[short abstract] [full abstract]


Poster Session P3 Fri 11:30 AM - 1:10 PM

P3-01 An acoustic investigation of the categorical and gradient spread of pharyngealization in Urban Najdi Arabic
Abdulaziz Alarifi and Benjamin V. Tucker
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-02 Dynamic hyper-articulation: Effects of context and lexical representations
Esteban Buz, Scott Seyfarth and T Florian Jaeger
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-03 High frequency prototypes do not facilitate phonotactic generalizations
Timo Roettger and Dinah Baer-Henney
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-04 Production Influences on Phonological Representation in an Emergentist Grammar
Tara Mcallister Byun and Anne-Michelle Tessier
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-05 How does deep brain stimulation affect regulation in speech motor control?
Doris Muecke, Anne Hermes, Timo B. Roettger, Johannes Becker and Michael Barbe
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-06 Rapid adaptation to foreign-accented speech: A web-based replication of Clarke and Garrett (2004)
Larisa Bainton, Emily Rowe, Zach Burchill, Linda Liu, Kodi Weatherholtz and T. Florian Jaeger
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-07 An acoustic analysis of laryngeal contrasts in Korean stops across three groups of speakers
Ruben van de Vijver and Hae-Eun Cho
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-08 The Phonetics and Phonology of Fataluku Intonational Downstep
Tyler Heston
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-09 Like a square peg in a round hole: Why contour shape matters for learning new intonation patterns
Mariapaola D'Imperio and James Sneed German
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-10 Gradient phonological relationships: Evidence from vowels in French
Sophia Stevenson and Tania Zamuner
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-11 Focus, accentuation and phonetic variability in Greek
Argyro Katsika and Amalia Arvaniti
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-12 Vowel lengthening in syllables without vowels
Jamison Cooper-Leavitt and Rachid Ridouane
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-13 Prosodic Accommodation in Seoul Korean Accentual Phrases
Jiseung Kim
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-14 Processing of coarticulatory nasalized vowels and phonological nasal vowels in Canadian French
Félix Desmeules-Trudel and Tania Zamuner
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-15 Gesture and velocity in Brazilian Portuguese devoiced vowels: a preliminary EMA study
Francisco Meneses, Denise Pozzani, Nicole Wong, Zainab Hermes, Torrey Loucks and Ryan Shosted
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-16 Sonorancy of the rhotic /ɣ/ in Sgaw Karen
Pittayawat Pittayaporn and Sujinat Jitwiriyanont
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-17 Cross-language differences in vowel inherent spectral change - evidence from Polish learners of English
Geoff Schwartz, Jarosław Weckwerth, Kamil Kazmierski, Aperlinski Grzegorz, Malarski Kamil and Mateusz Jekiel
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-18 Planning of inserted /ɹ/ in the speech of Australian English-speaking children
Ivan Yuen, Felicity Cox and Katherine Demuth
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-19 A production-internal learning bias against large changes to the base
Amy Smolek and Vsevolod Kapatsinski
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-20 Language-specificity in Speakers’ Strategies of Focus Expression
Martin Ho Kwan Ip and Anne Cutler
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-21 Dynamic listening: temporal expectations guide perception of phonetic detail
Jason Shaw
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-22 Investigating Conflicting Aerodynamic Requirements in CC Clusters
Manfred Pastätter and Marianne Pouplier
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-23 Sleep-dependent consolidation in the learning of natural vs. unnatural phonological rules
Sharon Peperkamp and Alexander Martin
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-24 ‘/t,d/ Deletion’: Articulatory Gradience in Variable Phonology
Ruaridh Purse and Alice Turk
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-25 Vowel movement as a function of voicing in simple CV sequences
Stavroula Sotiropoulou, Tanner Sorensen, Stephen Tobin and Adamantios Gafos
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-26 Infants prefer vowels with infant vocal resonances: Evidence for an “articulatory filter” bias
Linda Polka, Matthew Masapollo and Lucie Menard
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-27 The effect of realtime visual feedback on vocalic targets
Elizabeth Stelle, Eric Vatikiotis-Bateson and Caroline L. Smith
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-28 When dynamics conflict: Flap dynamics and palatalization in Japanese
Noriko Yamane, Phil Howson, Masaki Noguchi and Bryan Gick
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-29 Individual Differences in Perceptual Compensation and Lexical Effects and Implications for Sound Change
Yanyu Long
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-30 Coarticulation magnitude in German children
Dzhuma Abakarova, Elina Rubertus, Khalil Iskarous, Mark Tiede, Jan Ries and Aude Noiray
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P3-31 Interactions of speaking rate and prosodic organization in non-native speech production
Tuuli Morrill and Melissa Baese-Berk
[short abstract] [full abstract]


Poster Session P4 Fri 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM

P4-01 Embodied dynamics: A unified approach to local, non-local and global coarticulation
Bryan Gick, Chenhao Chiu and Ian Stavness
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-02 Imitation of non-native clusters: the role of transitional schwa
Tomas Lentz, Marianne Pouplier, Ioana Chitoran and Phil Hoole
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-03 Uncovering the Origins of Nucleus Raising in Liverpool English: Dynamic Analysis of Diphthongs
Amanda Cardoso
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-04 Regional variation in formant dynamics and the phonologization of pre-velar raising in American English
Michael J. Fox and Jeff Mielke
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-05 Children's sensitivity to degrees of mispronunciation: Enriching the preferential looking paradigm with pupillometry.
Katalin Tamasi, Cristina McKean, Adamantios Gafos and Barbara Hoehle
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-06 Seeing focalization: The role of visual information from lip movements in the natural referent vowel bias
Matthew Masapollo, Linda Polka and Lucie Ménard
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-07 When oui becomes ou[i̥]: The role of vowel type, preceding consonant and lexical frequency on total final vowel devoicing in Continental French
Amanda Dalola
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-08 An empirical and computational study of generalized adaptation to natural talker-specific VOT
Eleanor Chodroff, Alessandra Golden and Colin Wilson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-09 Influence of palatalization on tongue-tip velocity in trills
Taja Stoll, Philip Hoole and Jonathan Harrington
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-10 Effects of boundary tones on the coordination of lexical tones
Hao Yi and Sam Tilsen
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-11 Cross-linguistic gender priming in speech processing
Grant Mcguire, Molly Babel and Alexandra Bosurgi
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-12 Intonation and Sentence Type: The Emergence of Conventions for Attitudinal Meanings
Sunwoo Jeong
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-13 Prosodic organization and microprosodic effects in Shanghai Chinese
Jiayin Gao and Pierre André Hallé
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-14 Downstep in Japanese revisited: Lexical category matters
Manami Hirayama and Hyun Kyung Hwang
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-15 Incomplete neutralization and the (a)symmetry of paradigm uniformity
Abby Kaplan
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-16 Is there cross-linguistic evidence for prosodic bootstrapping of word order?
Angeliki Athanasopoulou and Irene Vogel
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-17 The adaptation of Mandarin falling diphthongs in Heritage Korean in China: The interaction of linguistic and sociolinguistic factors
Na-Young Ryu, Yoonjung Kang and Sung-Woo Han
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-18 Perception of anticipatory labial coarticulation by Belgian French blind listeners: A comparison with sighted listeners in audio-only, visual-only and audiovisual conditions
Véronique Delvaux, Kathy Huet, Myriam Piccaluga and Bernard Harmegnies
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-19 Blending of articulator activation in a dynamical model of phonological planning
Kevin Roon and Adamantios Gafos
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-20 MALD: Massive Auditory Lexical Decision
Benjamin Tucker and Daniel Brenner
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-21 Linguistic contrast enhancement under prosodic strengthening in L1 and L2 speech
Sahyang Kim, Jiyoun Choi and Taehong Cho
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-22 The phonological representation of Japanese vowel devoicing
Marco Fonseca, Maria Cantoni and Thaïs Cristófaro Silva
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-23 The Role of Tongue Root in Laryngeal Contrasts: An Ultrasound Study of English, Spanish, Hindi, and Korean
Suzy Ahn
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-24 Accent-meter/tune alignment in Japanese vocal music
Sunghye Cho
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-25 Comparing neighborhood density and clear speech effects in the French vowel system
Rebecca Scarborough and Cecile Fougeron
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-26 Stress clash avoidance by 6- to 7-month-olds
Barbara Höhle, Natalie Boll-Avetisyan and Jürgen Weissenborn
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-27 Vowel dynamics and social meaning in York, Northern England
Daniel Lawrence
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-28 How much does the talker matter? Depends who's listening: Age-related variability in the use of social information in speech perception
Jessamyn Schertz, Yoonjung Kang and Sungwoo Han
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-29 On the link between glottal vibration and sonority
Megan Risdal, Ann Aly, Adam Chong, Patricia Keating and Jesse Zymet
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-30 Articulatory uniformity in Suzhou fricative vowels
Matthew Faytak
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P4-31 The role of fundamental and formant frequency information on voice and speaker perception in children with Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Georgia Zellou, Santiago Barreda, Nancy McIntyre, Lindsay Swain-Lerro, Matthew Zajic and Peter Mundy
[short abstract] [full abstract]


Poster Session P5 Sat 11:30 AM - 1:10 PM

P5-01 Category typicality in perceptual learning
Molly Babel, Michael McAuliffe, Zoe Lawler and Carolyn Norton
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-02 On the relation between speech perception and loanword adaptation: new evidence from Korean
Mira Oh, Robert Daland and Lisa Davidson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-03 Vowel Lengthening Effects in Natural Speech: Learning under sparse data and high variance
Becca Morley
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-04 A phonologically weak contrast can induce phonetic overlap
Margaret Renwick, Ioana Vasilescu, Camille Dutrey, Lori Lamel and Bianca Vieru
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-05 Prosodic phonological characteristics of speech directed to adults and to infants with and without hearing impairment
Laura Dilley, Evamarie Burnham, Elizabeth Wieland, Derek Houston, Maria Kondaurova and Tonya Bergeson
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-06 Patterns of vowel laxing and vowel harmony in Peninsular Spanish
Nicholas Henriksen
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-07 Variability in the French Mid Vowels: Vowel Harmony, Syllable Structure, and the Creation and Effects of Phonological Representations
Jeffrey Lamontagne
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-08 A system for unified corpus analysis, applied to polysyllabic shortening across 12 languages
Michael Mcauliffe, Morgan Sonderegger and Michael Wagner
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-09 Representation of Acoustic Detail
Michelle Sims and Benjamin V. Tucker
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-10 Representations of Place and Airstream Mechanism: A real-time MRI study of Tigrinya ejectives
Zainab Hermes, Mao-Jing Fu, Sharon Rose, Ryan Shosted and Brad Sutton
[short abstract] [full abstract]
P5-11 An acoustic study of Punjabi tone and stress (Doabi dialect)
Kiranpreet Nara
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P5-12 Obstruent voicing, aspiration, and tone: implications for laryngeal phonology
James Kirby
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P5-13 Morpho-phonology without semantics? The roles of lexical memory and experience in influencing the nature of lexical representations in a rote learning context
Siti Syuhada Binte Faizal and Ghada Khattab
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P5-14 The Effect of Phonological Context on the Perception of Strong Place Assimilation in Nasal and Stop Consonants
Mercedeh Mohaghegh and Craig Chambers
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P5-15 The role of palate shape in individual articulatory and acoustic variability
Sarah Bakst
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P5-16 Influence of Syllable Structure on Musical Text Setting
Murray Schellenberg
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P5-17 Acoustic-phonetic modelling of historical and prehistoric sound change
John Coleman
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P5-18 Investigating the perceptual hypocorrection hypothesis with sibilant harmony
Avery Ozburn
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P5-19 Investigating the origins of pre-consonantal /s/-retraction: acoustic, perceptual and articulatory evidence from English
Mary Stevens and Jonathan Harrington
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P5-20 The Perceptual Effects of Phonotactic Rareness and Partial Allophony in Canadian French
Patrick Murphy, Philip Monahan and Margaret Grant
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P5-21 When intonation fails to phonologize: the case of Southern Vietnamese
Marc Brunelle
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P5-23 Phonology Modulates the Illusory Vowels in Perceptual Illusions
Karthik Durvasula, Ho-Hsin Huang, Sayako Uehara, Qian Luo and Yen-Hwei Lin
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P5-24 Post-pubescent long-term exposure to non-rhoticity causes qualitative and quantitative changes in the realization of postvocalic /r/
Marie-Christin Himmel and Baris Kabak
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P5-25 Car-talk: How physical environment influences speech production and perception
Ryan Podlubny, Jen Hay and Megan McAuliffe
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P5-26 The role of echoic memory in the initial learning of a second dialect: the case of bilinguals
Laura Spinu, Jiwon Hwang and Renata Lohmann
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P5-27 ERP evidence for the ecological validity of artificial language learning
Lisa Sanders, Claire Moore-Cantwell, Joe Pater, Robert Staubs and Benjamin Zobel
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P5-28 Effect of phrasal accent on vocalic and consonantal nuclei
Lia Saki Bucar Shigemori, Marianne Pouplier and Štefan Beňuš
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P5-29 Style-shifting and phonetic alignment in non-native discourse
Grant M. Berry and Mirjam Ernestus
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P5-30 A crosslinguistic Study of Vowel Categorization: Data from Canadian English, Korean and Japanese
Hyun Kyung Hwang
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Poster Session P6 Sat 4:15 PM - 5:45 PM

P6-01 The Function of Duration and Stress- vs. Syllable-Timing
Irene Vogel and Angeliki Athanasopoulou
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P6-02 How is lexical gemination transposed in Tashlhiyt whistled speech?
Rachid Ridouane and Julien Meyer
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P6-03 Spectral Trajectories of Spanish /s/: Temporal Variability, Vowel Context, and Duration
Eric Wilbanks
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P6-05 The emergence of an inflectional edge tone morpheme in Samoan
Kristine Yu
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P6-06 Shanghai Chinese obstruent durations vary with voicing: A phonological or phonetic effect?
Pierre Hallé and Jiayin Gao
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P6-07 Subcategorical contrasts in Korean affricates: Implications for English loanword adaptation
Yongeun Lee and Matthew Goldrick
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P6-08 Production dynamics and phonetic motivations for English raised /æ/ and intrusive [l]
Jeff Mielke, Christopher Carignan and Erik Thomas
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P6-09 The perception of stop/sibilant clusters in Modern Hebrew
Kyle Jones
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P6-10 Building a proto-lexicon: Does input variability matter?
Helen Buckler and Elizabeth Johnson
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P6-11 Articulatory dynamics of degemination in Dutch
Patrycja Strycharczuk and Koen Sebregts
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P6-12 Acquisition of word-level prominence in L2 English by Canadian French speakers
Guilherme Duarte Garcia and Natalia Brambatti Guzzo
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P6-13 Articulation and Representation of Laterals in Australian-accented English
Jia Ying, Jason Shaw, Catherine Best, Michael Proctor, Donald Derrick and Christopher Carignan
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P6-14 The perceptual representation of place and voice in Russian. Evidence from eye-tracking
Martin Krämer and Natalia Mitrofanova
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P6-15 Evidence for vowel targets in formant distributions and within-syllable adjustments
D. H. Whalen
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P6-16 Categorical perception of lexical stress: A cross-linguistic study
Natalie Boll-Avetisyan, Saioa Larraza, Aislyn Rose, Sylvie Margules, Ranka Bijeljac-Babic, Thierry Nazzi and Barbara Höhle
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P6-17 The effects of listener age and language experience on talker identification
Natalie Fecher, Katrina Aranas and Elizabeth K. Johnson
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P6-18 Lenition and segmentation
Jonah Katz and Melinda Fricke
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P6-19 Phonotactically-mediated Compensation for Coarticulation
Kevin Mullin
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P6-20 Adaptive dispersion: a perceptual motivation for sound change
Phil Howson and Philip Monahan
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P6-21 Regressive Coarticulation of Pharyngealization in Arabic Spoken Word Recognition
Sawsan Alwabari and Tania Zamuner
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P6-22 Characterizing vocal tract dynamics with real-time MRI
Tanner Sorensen, Asterios Toutios, Louis Goldstein and Shrikanth Narayanan
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P6-23 Word-final geminates in a Modern South Arabian language: Phonetics and Phonology
Sabrina Bendjaballah and Rachid Ridouane
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P6-24 ERPs reveal that exemplar effects are driven by episodic memory instead of the mental lexicon
Annika Nijveld, Kimberley Mulder, Louis ten Bosch and Mirjam Ernestus
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P6-25 Prosodic Convergence During and After a Cooperative Maze Task
Yoonjeong Lee, Samantha Gordon Danner, Benjamin Parrell, Sungbok Lee, Louis Goldstein and Dani Byrd
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P6-26 Locality and variability in cross-word alternations: a production planning account
Oriana Kilbourn-Ceron, Michael Wagner and Meghan Clayards
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P6-27 Lack of evidence for subphonemic contrasts motivating exceptional behavior in vowel harmony
Daniel Szeredi
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P6-28 The limits of inductive learning: The case of Modern Irish mutation
Ruth Maddeaux and Yoonjung Kang
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P6-29 Using Developmental Data to Explore Frequency and Neighborhood Density Effects in Production
Melissa Baese-Berk and Katherine White
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P6-30 On the role of manner and place in Kurtöp tonogenesis
Sarah Plane and Gwendolyn Hyslop
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P6-31 Individual differences in second language speech perception across tasks and contrasts
Donghyun Kim, Meghan Clayards and Heather Goad
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