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9

Differences in the Production of Fortis-Lenis Oppositions in Plosives to be found in the French-German Border Area

Prof Peter Manfred Pützer Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
11

The effect of voicing on tongue configuration for unaspirated stop sequences

Dr Daniel Recasens, Miss Clara Rodríguez Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
13

A case study of menstrual cycle effects: global phonation or also local phonatory phenomena?

Ms Michaela Hejná Sociophonetics
18

A new theory of repairing segmental speech errors

Dr Sieb Nooteboom, Prof Hugo Quené Phonetic Psycholinguistics
19

CRAFT: A Multifunction Online Platform for Speech Prosody Visualisation

Prof Dafydd Gibbon Speech Technology
20

The influence of alcohol on L1 vs. L2 pronunciation

Prof Martijn Wieling, Dr Christiaan Blankevoort, Ms Vera Hukker, Mr Jidde Jacobi, Ms Lisanne de Jong, Dr Stefanie Keulen, Ms Masha Medvedeva, Ms Mara van der Ploeg, Ms Anna Pot, Ms Teja Rebernik, Pauline Veenstra, Dr Aude Noiray Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
21

Mandarin Tone Identification with F0-flattening Processed Single-vowels

Dr Fei Chen Tone
22

Cross-language perception of Italian and Japanese consonant length contrasts:  comparison of native Italian listeners with and without Japanese language learning experience

Dr Kimiko Tsukada, Prof John Hajek Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
23

A prosodic configuration that conveys positive assessment in American English

Prof Nigel Ward, Mr James Jodoin Speech Prosody
25

Monolingual speech production in a bilingual context

Prof Jessica Barlow, Mr Philip Combiths Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
27

The secondary roles of amplitude and F0 in the perception of word-initial geminates in Kelantan Malay

Dr Mohd Hilmi Hamzah, Prof Janet Fletcher, Prof John Hajek Speech Perception
29

Language-Specific Pitch Ranges among K'ichee'-Spanish Simultaneous Bilinguals

Dr Brandon Baird Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
30

Effect of score sampling on system stability in likelihood ratio based forensic voice comparison

Mr Bruce Xiao Wang, Dr Vincent Hughes, Prof Paul Foulkes Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
32

Using MAUS to Investigate Children's Production of Lexical Stress

A/Prof Joanne Arciuli, Prof Kirrie Ballard, Ms Katelyn Phillips, A/Prof Adam Vogel Speech Prosody
33

Prenasalised voiceless stops in Ngkolmpu

Dr Matthew J. Carroll Phonetic Universals and Typology
34

The role of prosody in priming alternatives in Mandarin Chinese

Miss Mengzhu Yan, Dr Sasha Calhoun, Prof Paul Warren Speech Prosody
35

The dynamics of lexical activation and competition in bilinguals' first versus second language

Dr Laurence Bruggeman, Prof Anne Cutler Phonetic Psycholinguistics
36

Different functions of phrase-final F0 movements in spontaneous Papuan Malay

Dr Constantijn Kaland, Dr Stefan Baumann Speech Prosody
37

What's with your nasals? Perception of nasal vowel contrasts in two dialects of French

Dr Jessica Nicholas, Prof Zsuzsanna Fagyal, Dr Christopher Carignan Sociophonetics
38

Difficulty in learning L2 tones: Insights from the incidental learning of tone-segment mappings

Dr Ricky Chan Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
39

Visual speech cues improve children's processing speed in both quiet and noise

Ms Rebecca Holt, Dr Laurence Bruggeman, Prof Katherine Demuth Phonetic Psycholinguistics
40

The PRICE-MOUTH crossover in the "Cockney diaspora"

Ms Amanda Cole, Dr Patrycja Strycharczuk Phonetics of Sound Change
42

Effects of orthographic input on L2 production: the case of Korean-speaking learners of Mandarin Chinese

Dr Sang-Im Lee-Kim Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
44

Some remarks on the four-way phonation contrast in Bzhedugh Adyghe

Ludger Paschen Phonation and Voice Quality
45

Continuancy in nasal place assimilation: An electropalatographic study

Prof Veno Volenec, Dr Marko Liker Phonology-Phonetics Interface
46

A new speech database for within- and between-speaker variability

Prof Patricia Keating, Prof Jody Kreiman, Prof Abeer Alwan Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
48

Perception of Prosodic Prominence by Korean Learners of English

Dr Suyeon Im, Prof Jose Ignacio Hualde Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
49

Phonetic lessons from automatic phonemic transcription: preliminary reflections on Na (Sino-Tibetan) and Tsuut’ina (Dene) data

Mr Alexis Michaud, Dr Oliver Adams, Dr Christopher Cox, Mrs Séverine Guillaume Field Methods in Phonetics
50

Do 3- to 4-year-old Mandarin-English bilinguals separate long-lag VOTs in these two languages?

Dr Jing Yang, Dr Li Xu Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
51

Durational Reflexes of Syllable Structure in Shanghai Chinese (SH)

Dr Mingqiong Luo Speech Prosody
52

Measuring a speaker's acoustic correlates of pitch - but which? A contrastive analysis for perceived speaker charisma

A/Prof Oliver Niebuhr, Dr Radek Skarnitzl Phonetics of Emotion
54

Durational cues to place and voicing contrasts in Australian English word-initial stops.

Mr Julien Millasseau, Dr Laurence Bruggeman, Dr Ivan Yuen, Prof Katherine Demuth Speech Acoustics
55

The distribution of singleton/geminate consonants in spoken Japanese and its relation to preceding/following vowels

Mr Shinichiro Sano Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
56

Non-linear analysis of a diphthong merger

Prof Paul Warren Phonetics of Sound Change
57

The use of pitch and duration on new and given information by native and non-native speakers of English and its pedagogical implications

Mr Akihito Desaki Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
58

Covariation of acoustic cues for voicing in aphasia and apraxia of speech

Dr Anna Marczyk, Prof Maria-Josep Solé Clinical Phonetics
59

Paradigm Effects and Fuzzy Contrasts in Spanish Syllabification

Ms Ane Icardo Isasa, Prof Jose Ignacio Hualde Phonology-Phonetics Interface
60

Comparative study of coarticulation in a multilingual speaker: preliminary results from MRI data

Dr Pierre Badin, Dr Marija Tabain, Dr Laurent Lamalle Field Methods in Phonetics
63

The Phonetics and Phonology of Vocative Intonation in Tokyo Japanese

Prof Haruo Kubozono, Dr Ai Mizoguchi Speech Prosody
64

Lessons learned after development and use of a data collection app for language documentation (Lig-Aikuma)

Prof Laurent Besacier, Dr Elodie Gauthier, Mrs Sylvie Voisin Speech Corpora and Big Data
65

Phonetic selectivity in accommodation: The effect of chronological age

Ms Ildiko Emese Szabo Phonetics of Sound Change
67

Rise dynamics determines tune perception in French: the case of questions and continuations.

Mrs Lydia Dorokhova, Prof Mariapaola D'Imperio Speech Prosody
68

An Acoustic Investigation of the Glottal Stop in Arabic

Mr Ziyad Rakan Kasim Speech Acoustics
71

Lenition of word-final plosives in Basque

Prof Jose Ignacio Hualde, Mr Ander Beristain, Ms Ane Icardo Isasa, Ms Jennifer Zhang Laboratory Phonology
72

Task differences in the identification of English consonants in noise by Japanese listeners

Dr Hinako Masuda Speech Perception
73

The Anticlockwise Checked Vowel Chain Shift in modern RP in the twentieth century: Incrementations and diagonal shifts

Dr Anne Helen Fabricius Phonetics of Sound Change
74

Questions as prosodic configurations: How prosody and context shape the multiparametric nature of rhetorical questions in German

Mrs Jana Neitsch, A/Prof Oliver Niebuhr Speech Prosody
75

The role of redundant temporal cue on perceived vowel duration: evidence from tone language speakers

Dr Yu-An Lu, Dr SANG-IM LEE-KIM Tone
76

Investigating the FOOT-STRUT distinction in Northern Englishes using crowdsourced data

Dr Patrycja Strycharczuk, Dr Georgina Brown, A/Prof Adrian Leemann, Prof David Britain Speech Corpora and Big Data
77

Intonational variation and diachrony: Greek contact varieties

Dr Joanna Przedlacka, Dr Mary Baltazani, Prof John Coleman Speech Corpora and Big Data
78

Intonation in contact: Asia Minor Greek and Turkish.

Dr Mary Baltazani, Dr Joanna Przedlacka, Prof John Coleman Speech Prosody
79

The interaction of tone and intonation in Uspanteko

A/Prof Ryan Bennett, Ms Meg Harvey, A/Prof Robert Henderson Tone
80

A Cross-Language Comparison of VOT Development in English- and Mandarin-speaking Children and Adolescents

Mr Graham McKenzie, Dr Fangfang Li Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
81

The sociophonetics of /R/-vocalization in Luxembourgish

Dr François Conrad Sociophonetics
83

The effect of phonological constraints on the perception of non-native tones

Miss Jinghong Ning, Dr Yi Liu Tone
84

Lexically conditioned phonetic variation: An experimental test with the singleton-geminate contrast in Japanese

Dr Keiichi Tajima, Dr Mafuyu Kitahara, Dr Kiyoko Yoneyama Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
86

Prosody-Semantics Interface in Seoul Korean: Corpus for a Disambiguation of wh- Intervention

Mr Won Ik Cho, Ms Jeonghwa Cho, Ms Jeemin Kang, Mr Nam Soo Kim Speech Prosody
88

Durational variation in Polish fricatives provides evidence for hybrid models of phonology

Dr Kamil Kazmierski Phonology-Phonetics Interface
89

Articulatory behaviour during disfluencies in stuttered speech

Ms Ivana Didirková, Mr Sébastien Le Maguer, Mr Dodji Gbedahou, A/Prof Fabrice Hirsch Clinical Phonetics
90

Are 'silent' pauses always silent?

Mr Malte Belz, Dr Jürgen Trouvain Speech Corpora and Big Data
91

Instrumental evaluation of velopharyngeal dysfunction in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 

Dr Marziye Eshghi, Mr Brian Richburg, Dr Yana Yunusova, Dr Jordan Green Clinical Phonetics
92

Laryngealized Vowels in Two Zapotec Languages 

Prof Christina Esposito Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
93

Structured speaker variability in spontaneous Japanese stop contrast production

Mr James Tanner, Prof Morgan Sonderegger, Prof Jane Stuart-Smith Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
95

The Phonetics of Anyuak Vowels

Noah Elkins, Prof Christina Esposito, Edwin Reyes Herrera Phonation and Voice Quality
96

Chrau register and the transphonologization of voicing

Mr Thành Tấn Tạ, Prof Marc Brunelle, Mr Trần Quý Nguyễn Phonation and Voice Quality
99

Acoustic Salience and Naturalness in Vowel Recall

Ms Maya Barzilai Speech Perception
100

Acoustic characteristics of Japanese short and long vowels: Formant displacement effect revisited

Mr Kakeru Yazawa, Dr Mariko Kondo Speech Acoustics
101

Prosodic marking of focus in Nafsan

Prof Janet Fletcher, Dr Rosey Billington, A/Prof Nick Thieberger Speech Prosody
102

Protecting speech privacy from native/non-native listeners - effect of masker type

Dr Hinako Masuda, Dr Yusuke Hioka, Dr Jesin James, Dr Catherine Watson Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
105

Abducted vocal fold states and the epilarynx: A new taxonomy for distinguishing breathiness and whisperiness

Dr Scott Moisik, Ms Michaela Hejná, Prof John Esling Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
106

Does repeated exposure to segmental sounds improve perceptual ability in non-native speakers?

Mr Hiroki Fujita, Ms Ruri Ueda, Dr Ken-ichi Hashimoto Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
107

 A criterial interlocutor tally for successful talker adaptation?

Prof Anne Cutler, Dr LauraAnn Burchfield, Dr Mark Antoniou Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
108

Learning to speak in a second language:Does multiple talker production benefit production of English vowels in Arabic children?

Dr Wafaa Alshangiti, Dr Bronwen G. Evans, Dr Mark Wibrow Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
109

Intensity and spectral parameters as correlates of phrasal stress and word quantity in Estonian

Dr Heete Sahkai, Dr Meelis Mihkla Speech Prosody
110

Phonological Error Detection for Pronunciation Training Using Neural Spectrogram Recognition

Mrs Sabrina Jenne, Dr Antje Schweitzer, Sabine Zerbian, Prof Ngoc Thang Vu Speech Technology
111

When is a wh-in-situ question identified in standard Persian?

Dr Zohreh Shiamizadeh, Dr Johanneke Caspers, Prof Niels Schiller Speech Prosody
112

Perceptual separation of spectrally overlapping vowels

Prof Robert Fox, Dr Ewa Jacewicz Sociophonetics
113

The emergence of gendered production between childhood and adolescence: A real time analysis of /s/ in Southern British English

Dr Sophie Holmes-Elliott, Mr James Turner Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
114

Socially conditioned change in voiced stop consonants in Appalachian children

Dr Ewa Jacewicz, Prof Robert Fox Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
115

Sociocultural influences on fundamental frequency in vowels: The case of African American English

A/Prof Yolanda Holt, Dr Ewa Jacewicz, Prof Robert Fox Sociophonetics
117

The Lingual Voice Quality Settings of Standard Singapore English and Singapore Colloquial English

Miss Jingmin Lin, Dr Scott Moisik Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
118

The /ε/-/з/ contrast in Quebec French

Prof Marie-Hélène Côté, Miss Melanie Lancien Laboratory Phonology
119

Non-native speakers' identification of lexical tone contrasts

Dr Kofi Adu Manyah Speech Perception
120

Obstruent devoicing and registrogenesis in Chru

Prof Marc Brunelle, Mr Thành Tấn Tạ, James Kirby, Dr Lư Giang Đinh Phonation and Voice Quality
121

Exemplar Averaging of Phonetically Distinct Variants

Mr Daiki Hashimoto Laboratory Phonology
122

Do working memory and autistic traits predict prosody perception?

Dr Chen-Hsiu Grace Kuo Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
123

Hybrid perceptual training to facilitate the learning of nasal final contrasts by highly proficient Japanese learners of Mandarin

Ms Yanping Li, Prof Catherine T. Best, Ms Chong Cao, Prof Jinsong Zhang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
124

The role of initial F0 rise in speech segmentation: a cross-linguistic study

Dr Shu-chen Ou, Mr Zhe-chen Guo Speech Prosody
125

The effectiveness of acoustic training on tone acquisition by Hong Kong learners of Mandarin

Dr Hsuehchu Chen, Ms Qian Wen Han Tone
126

The occurrence of Taiwanese Min juncture tones before prosodic boundaries and modification marker

Prof Hohsien Pan, Ms Hsiao Tung Huang, Mr Shao-ren Lyu Speech Prosody
130

An Investigation into Modern Mongolian Vowel Harmony Using Real-time Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Yoshio Saito, Prof Yurong ., Dr Kikuo Maekawa Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
131

A real-time MRI study of Japanese moraic nasal in utterance-final position

Dr Kikuo Maekawa Phonology-Phonetics Interface
132

A reinterpretation of lower-vocal-tract articulations in Caucasian languages

Dr Alexandre Arkhipov, Dr Michael Daniel, Dr Oleg Belyaev, Mr George Moroz, Prof John Esling Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
134

Articulation of English "Prominence" by L1 (English) and L2 (French) speakers

Dr Ting Huang, Dr Donna Erickson Speech Prosody
135

Schwa deletion results in geminate formation in West-Frisian

Marjoleine Sloos, Dr Jelske Dijkstra, Prof Vincent van Heuven Phonology-Phonetics Interface
136

Ultrasound analysis of postalveolar and palatal affricates in Croatian: a case of neutralisation

Dr Marko Liker, Dr Ana Vidović Zorić, Dr Natalia Zharkova, Prof Fiona Gibbon Sociophonetics
138

The Use of Tonal Coarticulation in Speech Segmentation by Listeners of Mandarin

Mr Zhe-chen Guo, Dr Shu-chen Ou Tone
139

Evidence for the compositionality of tunes and intonational meaning

Dr Stella Gryllia, Dr Mary Baltazani, Amalia Arvaniti Speech Prosody
141

Phonology of gender in English and French given names

Miss Lisa Sullivan, Prof Yoonjung Kang Phonetic Universals and Typology
142

From postaspiration to affrication: New phonetic contexts in Western Andalusian Spanish

Dr María Del Saz Phonetics of Sound Change
143

Segmental Effects on the Accentual Phrase in Korean

Prof Tae-Jin Yoon Speech Prosody
147

Effects of prosodic structure versus durational context on the perception of segmental categories: The case of focus realization

Mr Jeremy Steffman, Prof Sun-Ah Jun Speech Prosody
149

Liquids coarticulation in child and adult speech

Phil Howson, Prof Melissa Redford Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
150

Listener preference is for reduced determiners that anticipate the following noun

Phil Howson, Prof Melissa Redford Speech Perception
151

Spectral features of voiceless fricatives produced by Australian English-speaking children

Ms Casey Ford, A/Prof Marija Tabain Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
153

Vowels and diphthongs in the Changde Mandarin Chinese

Mr Zhenrui Zhang, Prof Fang Hu Phonetic Universals and Typology
154

The Influence of lexical stress on formant values in spontaneous Hebrew speech

Dr Vered Silber-Varod, Mrs Natalie Khorshidi, Mrs Liron Levi, Dr Noam Amir Phonology-Phonetics Interface
155

Tune-text negotiation: The effect of intonation on vowel duration

Prof Martine Grice, A/Prof Michelina Savino, Dr Timo B Roettger Speech Prosody
156

The Penultimate Syllable Vowel Length among Setswana-English Bilingual Children.

Dr Boikanyego Sebina, Prof Jane Setter, Dr Clare Wright Speech Prosody
158

Phonetics of voiceless stops and word-level prosody of Paiwan in urban migration communities

Dr Chun-Mei Chen Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
159

Evidence of recent sound change in Modern Hebrew: a shfit in vowel perception

Dr Noam Amir, Dr Evan Cohen, Prof Yael Reshef, Dr Einat Gonen Phonetics of Sound Change
161

The effects of syllable and sentential position on the timing of lingual gestures in /l/ and /r/

Dr Eleanor Lawson, Prof Jane Stuart-Smith Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
162

Tracking vowel categorisation behaviour longitudinally: A study across three x three year increments (2012, 2015, 2018)

Dr Debbie Loakes, A/Prof Paola Escudero, Mr Josh Clothier, Prof John Hajek Speech Perception
163

Effect of frequency discrimination ability of elderly listeners on Japanese pitch accent pairs

Ms C. T. Justine Hui, A/Prof Yukiko Sugiyama, Prof Takayuki Arai Speech Prosody
165

A categorical Perceptual Study on Mandarin Tones by Zaiwa language speakers

Yao Lu, Prof Jiangping Kong Speech Perception
166

Two types of falling word-tone in Shiraho, Yaeyama, Southern Ryukyuan

Mr Kenan Celik, Mrs Natsuko Nakagawa Speech Prosody
167

Perception of voice onset time by Austrian and German listeners

Miss Petra Hoedl Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
168

Multidimensional variation in English diphthongs

Dr Daniel Williams, Dr Jaydene Elvin, A/Prof Paola Escudero, Prof Adamantios Gafos Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
169

Australia's first phonetics laboratory (1913): its founder and its context

Dr Michael Ashby, Dr Patricia Ashby, Mr David Moore History of Phonetics
170

Perceptual assimilation and graded discrimination as predictors of identification accuracy for learners differing in L2 experience: The case of Danish learners' perception of English initial fricatives

Prof Ocke-Schwen Bohn, Ms Anne Ellegaard Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
171

Understanding reduced words: the relevance of reduction degree and frequency of occurrence

Dr Sophie Brand, Prof Mirjam Ernestus Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
172

Ethnolinguistic Differentiation and the Canadian Shift

Dr Sky Onosson, Nicole Rosen, Ms Lanlan Li Sociophonetics
173

Asperger autism and irony - a perception experiment

Prof Angelika Braun, Ms Christiane Schulz, Dr Astrid Schmiedel Sociophonetics
174

Probabilistic reduction in Spanish-English bilingual speech

Ms Khia Johnson Speech Corpora and Big Data
175

Prevelar merger in production vs. perception

Dr Valerie Freeman Phonetics of Sound Change
176

Variation in two patterns of word-initial deletion in Jakarta Indonesia: Insight from naturalistic data

Prof Abby Cohn, Ms Rachel Vogel Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
177

Acoustic correlates of metrical prominence in Mojeño Trinitario

Prof Matthew Gordon, Dr Françoise Rose Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
178

Vocal pitch and intonation characteristics of those who are gender non-binary

Maxwell Schmid, Dr Evan Bradley Sociophonetics
179

Perception of laryngeal contrast in Madurese

James Kirby, Dr Misnadin Misnadin Speech Perception
181

Annotation of German Intonation: DIMA compared with other annotation systems

Prof Frank Kügler, Dr Stefan Baumann, Prof Bistra Andreeva, Prof Bettina Braun, Prof Martine Grice, Ms Jana Neitsch, A/Prof Oliver Niebuhr, Prof Jörg Peters, Dr Christine Roehr, Dr Antje Schweitzer, Petra Wagner Speech Prosody
182

Ongoing change of PIN/PEN vowels in California's Central Valley

Robert Xu Phonetics of Sound Change
183

Ungrammatical prosody does not hinder positive evaluations

Prof Åsa Abelin, A/Prof Elisabeth Zetterholm Phonetics of Emotion
184

Effect of Repeating Rhythmic Beats of Short Sentences on L2 Pronunciation of Japanese Learners of English

Dr Kaori Sugiura, Dr Tomoko HORI Phonetic Psycholinguistics
185

Prosodic rhythm in regional varieties of French in New Brunswick (Canada)

Dr Wladyslaw Cichocki, Dr Sid-Ahmed Selouani, Mr Yves Perreault Sociophonetics
186

Velar syllabic nasal and its phonological interpretation in Taiwan Southern Min

Mr Sheng-Fu Wang Laboratory Phonology
187

The phonological and phonetic encoding of information status in American English nuclear accents

Dr Eleanor Chodroff, Dr Jennifer Cole Speech Prosody
188

Effect of head posture on phonation of French vowels

Mr Ioannis K. Douros, Mr Pierre-André Vuissoz, Mr Yves Laprie Multimodal Phonetics
191

Acoustic impacts of geometric approximation at the level of velum and epiglottis on French vowels

Mr Ioannis K. Douros, Mr Pierre-André Vuissoz, Mr Yves Laprie Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
192

Comparison between 2D and 3D simulation models for speech production: a study of French vowels

Mr Ioannis K. Douros, Mr Pierre-André Vuissoz, Mr Yves Laprie Speech Technology
193

Static and Dynamic Cues in Vowel Production in Hijazi Arabic

Mr Wael Almurashi, Dr Jalal Al-Tamimi, Dr Ghada Khattab Laboratory Phonology
194

Articulatory and acoustic gradience in Sasak word-final stops /k, ʔ/

Dr Jonathan Yip, Prof Diana Archangeli Phonology-Phonetics Interface
195

The perception of Mandarin sibilants by Japanese speakers: prediction by PAM

Mr Yongzhe Peng Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
199

Statistical learning among young and older adults: Similar yet different?

Dr Jia Hoong Ong, A/Prof Alice H. D. Chan Phonetic Neurolinguistics
200

The Relationship Between Pronunciation and Orthography: Using Acoustic Analysis as a Practical Illustration of ʔayʔaǰuθəm (Comox-Sliammon) Vowel Quality

Gloria Mellesmoen, Ms Marianne Huijsmans Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
201

Computer-aided high variability phonetic training to improve robustness of learners' listening comprehension

Mr Haoyu Zhang, Mr Yusuke Inoue, Dr Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu, Prof Yutaka Yamauchi Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
202

Imitating Siri: Socially-mediated vocal alignment to device and human voices

Dr Michelle Cohn, Mr Bruno Ferenc Segedin, Dr Georgia Zellou Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
204

Tonatory Patterns in Taizhou Wu Tones

Prof Phil Rose Phonation and Voice Quality
205

Testing the influence of distal rhythmic structure on listeners' perception of durational cues

Mr Jeremy Steffman Speech Prosody
206

Perceptual coherence of creaky voice qualities

Dr Lisa Davidson Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
208

An Acoustic Study of Vowels in Northern Lisu

Mr Rael Stanley, Prof David Bradley, Defen Yu, Dr Marija Tabain Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
209

Learning to perceive a non-native vowel contrast without listening: A first report

Izabelle Grenon, A/Prof Chris Sheppard, Prof John Archibald Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
211

Phonetic strengthening or phonological substitution? An X-ray microbeam investigation of acoustic and articulatory variability in the production of American English dental fricatives 

Mr Yevgeniy Melguy Phonology-Phonetics Interface
212

Which is better: Identification training or discrimination training for the acquisition of an English coda contrast

Ms Iris Lok Gi Law, Izabelle Grenon, A/Prof Chris Sheppard, Prof John Archibald Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
213

L2 Speech Rhythm and Language Experience in New Immigrants

Mr Donald White, Prof Peggy Mok Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
215

A voice quality analysis of Japanese anime

A/Prof Akira Utsugi, Mr Han Wang, Prof Ichiro Ota Phonation and Voice Quality
217

The Source of Creak in Mandarin Utterances

Ms Yuan Chai Phonation and Voice Quality
218

The Intonation of Malagasy: A Preliminary Look

Mr Jacob Aziz, Dr Ileana Paul Speech Prosody
219

Interference of L1 syllabification patterns in L2 speech of Chinese learners of Russian as foreign language

Dr Galina Kedrova, Dr Valentina Kolybasova Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
220

Is the voiceless palatal fricative disappearing from spoken Norwegian?

Mr Wim van Dommelen Phonetics of Sound Change
221

Tone in Melamchi Yolmo

Dr Lauren Gawne, Mr Amos Teo, Mr Rael Stanley Speech Acoustics
222

How prosody, speech mode and speaker visibility influence lip aperture

Marzena Zygis, Ms Susanne Fuchs Multimodal Phonetics
223

Lingual articulation of the Suzhou Chinese labial fricative vowels

Dr Matthew Faytak, Ms Jennifer Kuo, Mr Shunjie Wang Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
224

An acoustic and articulatory investigation of citation tones in Singaporean Mandarin using laryngeal ultrasound

Miss Zhi Yun Dawn Poh, Dr Scott Moisik Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
225

Vowel devoicing in Tokyo Japanese: its lexical status

Dr Natsuya Yoshida, Dr Mafuyu Kitahara, Dr Ayako S.Shirose Speech Perception
226

Production of Polish sibilants in the process of language acquisition

Marzena Zygis, Mr Marek Jaskula, Mr Daniel Pape, Ms Laura Koenig Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
227

Do children with dyslexia have a general auditory processing deficit, phonological processing deficit or semantic deficit: Insights from linguistic and non-linguistic tone perception in Cantonese-speaking children with Dyslexia

Dr Puisan Wong, Ms Yeuk-sze Ngan, Dr Yanfan Zhen Tone
229

Acoustic cues of prosodic boundaries in German at different speech rates

Marzena Zygis, Mr John Tomlinson, Ms Caterina Petrone, Mr Dominik Pfütze Speech Prosody
230

Relating acoustic properties of Mandarin tones to perceptual cue weights

Mr Keith King Wui Leung, Dr Yue Wang Tone
231

Disyllabic parameterisation of Vietnamese tonal F0 trajectories in likelihood ratio-based forensic voice comparison

Mr Michael Carne, A/Prof Shunichi Ishihara Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
232

Aero-tactile integration in Mandarin

Dr Donald Derrick, Dr Matthias Heyne, Prof Greg O'Beirne, Prof Jen Hay Multimodal Phonetics
235

Fluency and speaking fundamental frequency in bilingual speakers of High and Low German

Prof Jörg Peters Speech Prosody
236

Influence of within-category tonal information in the recognition of Mandarin-Chinese words by native and non-native listeners: an eye-tracking study

Dr Zhen Qin, Dr Annie Tremblay, Dr Jie Zhang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
238

Production and perception of dental vs. alveolar contrast in Tshivenda

Mr Michinori Suzuki, Dr Seunghun Lee Phonology-Phonetics Interface
240

Open source real-time acoustic excitation technique for vocal tract resonance estimation at the lips

Marie Jeanneteau, Dr Noel Hanna, Dr André Almeida, Dr John Smith, Prof Joe Wolfe Speech Technology
243

A preliminary acoustic investigation of Kalasha retroflex (rhotic) vowels

Prof Alexei Kochetov, Dr Paul Arsenault, Dr Jan Heegård Petersen Phonetic Universals and Typology
244

Individual differences and sound change actuation: evidence from imitation and perception of English /str/

Dr Mary Stevens, Dr Debbie Loakes Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
247

Active adjustment of the cervical spine during pitch production compensates for shape: The ArtiVarK study

Dr Scott Moisik, Miss Zhi Yun Dawn Poh, Dr Dan Dediu Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
248

The acoustic contrast between the Dutch consonants /t/ and /d/ is reduced in tracheo-esophageal speech.

Ms Klaske van Sluis, Dr Rob van Son, Mr Marijn Kapitein, Prof Paul Boersma Clinical Phonetics
250

L2 Phoneme Categories, Lexical Access and Foreign-Accent

Dr Frank Lorenz Phonetic Psycholinguistics
252

The roles of tonal and segmental information in spoken word recognition for L2 speakers: Evidence from Dutch learners of Mandarin

Dr Ting Zou, Dr Yiya Chen Tone
253

Dual-task effects on speech and non-verbal tasks according to tasks properties

Mrs Michaela Pernon, Mrs Maryll Fournet, Dr Cécile Fougeron, A/Prof Marina Laganaro Multimodal Phonetics
254

Stress predictors in a Papuan Malay random forest

Dr Constantijn Kaland, Prof Nikolaus P. Himmelmann, Dr Angela Kluge Speech Prosody
255

Categorisation of spoken social affects in Japanese: human vs. machine

Dr Jean-Luc Rouas, Dr Takaaki Shochi, Miss Marine Guerry, Prof Albert Rilliard Phonetics of Emotion
256

Beyond VOT in the Polish laryngeal contrast

Geoff Schwartz, Miss Ewelina Wojtkowiak, Mr Bartosz Brzoza Speech Perception
258

Orofacial somatosensory effects for the word segmentation judgement

Dr Rintaro Ogane, Dr Jean-Luc Schwartz, Dr Takayuki Ito Multimodal Phonetics
259

How accented do Caucasian-looking vs. Asian-looking native speakers sound to a Japanese listener?

Ms Marzena Karpinska Sociophonetics
260

/l/ velarisation as a continuum in European Portuguese

Dr Rodrigues Susana, Dr Fernando Martins, Dr Hall Andreia, Luis Jesus Speech Acoustics
261

Diachronic change in /r/-sandhi? A real-time study at community and individual levels

Dr Jose A Mompean Phonetics of Sound Change
262

Putting the larynx in the vowel space: Studying larynx state across vowel quality using MRI

Prof John Esling, Dr Scott Moisik, Dr Lise Crevier Buchman, Prof Philippe Halimi Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
263

Intrusive vowels preceding /R/ in Quebec French

Miss Melanie Lancien, Prof Marie-Hélène Côté Laboratory Phonology
264

Vocal attractiveness in Cantonese: A production study

Dr Albert Lee, Ms Eva Ng Phonetics of Emotion
265

Perception of Japanese vowel length by Australian English listeners

Dr James Whang, Mr Kakeru Yazawa, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
267

Evaluating dictation task measures for the study of speech perception

Ms Emily Felker, Prof Mirjam Ernestus, A/Prof Mirjam Broersma Speech Perception
268

Uncovering syllable-final nasal merging in Taiwan Mandarin: An ultrasonographic investigation of tongue postures and degrees of nasalization

Dr Chenhao Chiu, Dr Yu-An Lu, Mr Yining Weng, Ms Shao-Jie Jin, Mr Wei-Chen Weng, Ms Tzu-Hsuan Yang Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
269

Speech sounds data for typically developing European Portuguese children 6-9 years old

Dr Isabel Guimaraes, Dr Mariana Ascensão, Dr Margarida Grilo Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
270

Phonetics as a laughing matter

Dr Jürgen Trouvain, Prof Nick Campbell Phonetics of Emotion
271

Speech sound perception in monolinguals, bilinguals and learners - Language background affects identification and discrimination differently

Mrs Henna Tamminen, A/Prof Maija S. Peltola Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
272

Phonatory changes during emotion-inducing game events: the effect of discrepancy from expectations and goal conduciveness

Mr Márton Bartók Phonetics of Emotion
273

Convergence on the segmental and the suprasegmental level between native speakers and Spanish L2 learners of German

Dr Christiane Ulbrich Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
274

Alignment of Pitch and Articulation Rate

Miss Lotte Eijk, Prof Mirjam Ernestus, Prof Herbert Schriefers Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
275

Posture stabilisation of the tongue for speech: responses to mechanical perturbation

Dr Takayuki Ito, Mr Jean-Loup Caillet, Prof Pascal Perrier Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
276

Predictability of plosive reduction from written text in Estonian

Mrs Liis Ermus, Dr Meelis Mihkla Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
277

Pitch in Native and Non-Native Lombard Speech

Ms Katherine Marcoux, Prof Mirjam Ernestus Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
278

Bimodal benefit in categorical perception of lexical tones for Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants

Hao Zhang, Ms Jing Zhang, A/Prof Hongwei Ding, A/Prof Gang Peng Clinical Phonetics
281

Parallel Encoding of Focus and Interrogative Meaning in Thai Learners' Mandarin

Dr Zenghui Liu, Ms Lei Zeng, Ms Shufen Liang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
282

A perceptual investigation into the laryngeal contrast for word-initial labial stops in the non-standard German variety, Upper Saxon

Ms Franziska Kruger Phonetic Psycholinguistics
283

Burmese quotation intonation

Ms Mimi Tian, Dr Albert Lee Speech Prosody
286

Can static vocal tract positions represent articulatory targets in continuous speech? Matching static MRI captures against real-time MRI for the French language

Ms Anastasiia Tsukanova, Mr Ioannis Douros, Ms Anastasia Shimorina, Mr Yves Laprie Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
289

Comparison of Factors Related to Clause-Initial Filler Probabilities in English and Japanese

Dr Michiko Watanabe, Mr Yusaku Korematsu Speech Prosody
290

Mandarin third tone sandhi may be incompletely neutralizing in perception as well as production

Dr Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Dr Katrina Connell, Dr Yu-Yin Hsu, Ms Lei Pan Tone
291

Acoustic and perceptive studies of Chinese learners producing three basic French intonation patterns

Mr Lei XI, Dr Pillot-Loiseau Claire Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
292

Perception of narrow focus by bilingual speakers

Prof Shinobu Mizuguchi, Dr Yukiko Nohta, Prof Koichi Tateishi Speech Prosody
293

Voiceless sonorants and lexical tone in Mog

Dr Shakuntala Mahanta, Dr Amalesh Gope Tone
294

Acquisition of rhotics by multilingual children

Prof Magdalena Wrembel, Prof Ulrike Gut, Ms Iga Krzysik, Ms Halina Lewandowska, Dr Anna Balas Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
295

Learning to produce difficult L2 vowels: the effects of awareness-raising, exposure and feedback

Miss Aurora Troncoso-Ruiz, Prof Mirjam Ernestus, A/Prof Mirjam Broersma Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
297

The categorical perception of Mandarin tones in normal aging seniors and seniors with Mild Cognitive Impairment

Miss Yan Feng, Yaru MENG, A/Prof Gang PENG Clinical Phonetics
299

Information density and vowel dispersion in the productions of Bulgarian L2 speakers of German

Mrs Erika Brandt, Prof Bistra Andreeva, Prof Bernd Möbius Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
300

Declination of Read Speech in L1 and L2 English

Ms Sally Chen, A/Prof Janice Fon Speech Prosody
301

Vowel context affects L2 Chinese learners' identification of postalveolar sibilants

Ms Sidsel Rasmussen, Prof Ocke-Schwen Bohn Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
302

The Effect of Mandarin Accidental Gaps on Perceptual Categorization

Ms Tzu-Hsuan Yang, Ms Shao-Jie Jin, Dr Yu-An Lu Tone
303

The Lombard Effect in MRI Noise

Dr Amelia Gully, Prof Paul Foulkes, Prof Peter French, Dr Philip Harrison, Dr Vincent Hughes Speech Acoustics
304

The Acoustic properties of laryngeal Contrast in Najdi Arabic Initial Stops

Mr Nief AL-Gamdi, Dr Jalal Al-Tamimi, Dr Ghada Khattab Laboratory Phonology
305

Phonetics and phonology of the -er suffix in the Hangzhou Wu Chinese dialect

Mr Yang Yue, Prof Fang Hu Phonetic Universals and Typology
307

Brainstem encoding of voice onset time: Preliminary findings

Dr Jinghua Ou, Prof Alan Yu Phonetic Neurolinguistics
310

The FACE of change in English dialects: 1950 v 2018

A/Prof Adrian Leemann, Dr Tam Blaxter, Prof David Britain, Miss Katherine Earnshaw Sociophonetics
311

The roles of duration, rhyme structure and frequency in Mandarin accidental gaps

Miss Shao-Jie Jin, Dr Yu-An Lu Tone
312

Identity, socialization and environment in transgender speakers: Sociophonetic variation in creak and /s/

Jo Pearce Sociophonetics
313

Monitoring syllables versus phonemes in internal speech

Dr Pierre Hallé, Dr Juan Segui, A/Prof Laura Manoiloff Phonetic Psycholinguistics
314

A Wizard-of-Oz Experiment to Study Phonetic Accommodation in Human-Computer Interaction

Ms Iona Gessinger, Prof Bernd Möbius, Mr Nauman Fakhar, Mr Eran Raveh, Dr Ingmar Steiner Sociophonetics
317

Stability of individual patterns in learning a second language voicing contrast

Amy Hutchinson, Dr Olga Dmitrieva Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
318

Swedish "Viby-i": Acoustics, articulation, and variation

Ms Fabienne Westerberg Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
319

Production and perception of English low-mid vowels by speakers of Colombian Spanish in English language immersion environment

Ms Gina Marcela Pineda Mora, Jenna Conklin, Prof Kelly Johanna Vera Diettes, Dr Olga Dmitrieva Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
320

Characterising Intonation in Plastic Mandarin Using Polynomial Modelling

Ms Chenzi Xu Speech Prosody
321

Automatic palate delineation in ultrasound videos

Mr Guillaume Faucher, Ms Elham Karimi, Prof Lucie Ménard, Catherine Laporte Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
322

Cross-language differences in the perception of fricative transitional cues: Behaviroual measures and EEG

Ms Yue Zheng, Prof Paul Iverson Phonetic Psycholinguistics
323

Post-consonantal Word-final /R/ Realization in French: Contributions of Large Corpora

Ms Yaru Wu, Dr Cédric Gendrot, Dr Martine Adda-Decker, Ms Cécile Fougeron Speech Corpora and Big Data
324

Differences in Vowel-Glide Production Between L1 and L2 Speakers of Hul'q'umi'num'

Dr Sky Onosson, Dr Sonya Bird Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
325

Music and L2 prosody: the role of music aptitude on the discrimination of stress contrasts in L2

Dr Sandra Schwab, Prof Volker Dellwo Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
326

Vowel Acoustics of Volga Tatar

Jenna Conklin, Dr Olga Dmitrieva Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
328

Language attitudes affect perceived intelligibility, proficiency, and accentedness of non-native speech

Amy Hutchinson, Mr Joshua Weirick, Dr Suzy Ahn, Dr Olga Dmitrieva Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
329

The perception of sentence stress in Malay and English

Prof Jane Setter, Dr Ngee Thai Yap, Prof Vesna Stojanovik Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
330

Modeling Voiced Stop Consonants using the 3D Dynamic Digital Waveguide Mesh Vocal Tract Model

Dr Amelia Gully, Dr Benjamin Tucker Speech Technology
332

F0 as a Cue for Irony in Spontaneous Speech

Ms Helen Gent Multimodal Phonetics
333

A glottalized tone in Muong (Vietic): A pilot study based on audio and electroglottographic recordings

Ms Minh-Chau Nguyen, Dr Lise Crevier-Buchman, Mr Didier Demolin, Mr Alexis Michaud Phonation and Voice Quality
334

Distinct Prosodic Correlates for Nine Dimensions of Mental Health Symptoms

Dr Maria Wolters, Dr Alex Cohen, Dr Kristin Nicodemus Clinical Phonetics
336

Speaker statistical averageness modulates word recognition in adverse listening conditions

Dr William L. Schuerman, Prof James M. McQueen, Prof Antje Meyer Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
337

Forced alignment of different language varieties using LaBB-CAT

Mr Robert Fromont Speech Corpora and Big Data
338

The Effect of Habitual Speech Rate on Speaker-Specific Processing in English Stop Voicing Perception

Connie Ting, Prof Yoonjung Kang Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
339

Two languages, two pitch ranges: The case of Japanese-English sequential bilinguals

Miss Elisa Passoni, Dr Esther de Leeuw, Dr Erez Levon Speech Prosody
340

Spontaneous nasalization in Thai: A case of velopharyngeal underspecification 

Sarah Johnson, Prof Ryan Shosted Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
341

The role of somatosensation in perceptual recalibration from speech imagery 

Jacob B. Phillips, Dr Lenore A. Grenoble, Ms Giovanna Hooton, Dr Peggy Mason Clinical Phonetics
342

L2 Italian and L2 Spanish vocatives, produced by L1 Czech learners: Transfer and prosodic overgeneralization

Dr Andrea Peskova Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
344

Speaker individuality in the durational characteristics of voiced intervals: the case of Chinese bi-dialectal speakers

Ms Yu Zhang, Prof Volker Dellwo, Dr Lei HE Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
345

DAPPr: A (semi-)automated tool for vowel extraction and pitch annotation

Ms Emily Grabowski, Dr Laura McPherson Speech Technology
346

Unite and conquer: Bootstrapping forced alignment tools for closely-related minority languages (Mayan)

A/Prof Kevin Tang, A/Prof Ryan Bennett Speech Corpora and Big Data
347

A speaking atlas of minority languages of France: collection and analyses of dialectal data

Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Dr Gilles Adda, Dr Lori Lamel, Prof Albert Rilliard, Dr Frédéric Vernier Field Methods in Phonetics
348

Within-speaker perception and production of dialectal /aɪ/-raising

Alyssa Strickler Phonetics of Sound Change
349

Predictability, Word Frequency and Japanese Perceptual Epenthesis

Alexander Kilpatrick, Dr Shigeto Kawahara, Dr Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Dr Brett Baker, Prof Janet Fletcher Speech Perception
351

Pitch accent realisation in Austrian German

Jessica Siddins, Prof Ineke Mennen Speech Prosody
353

Processing focus and accent across dialects

Sabine Zerbian, Dr Giuseppina Turco Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
355

Cues to Panãra nasal-oral stop sequence perception

Ms Myriam Lapierre, Susan Lin Speech Perception
358

Stressed pronouns in German mono- and bilingual speech

Sabine Zerbian, Ms Marlene Böttcher Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
360

Using pupillometry to assess prosodic alignment in language comprehension

Jesse Harris, Prof Sun-Ah Jun Speech Prosody
361

Influence of Prosodic features and semantics on secondary emotion production and perception

Ms Jesin James, Catherine Watson, Dr Hywel Stoakes Phonetics of Emotion
362

The intonation of Bulgarian Judeo-Spanish spontaneous speech

Prof Bistra Andreeva, A/Prof Snezhina Dimitrova, Prof Christoph Gabriel, Mr Jonas Grünke Speech Prosody
363

Effect of Boundary Strength on Post-focus-compression (PFC) in Mandarin: Comparing Single and Dual Focus

Miss Lu Liu, A/Prof Bei Wang Speech Prosody
364

The representation of tone sandhi by children with cochlear implants

Mr Ping Tang, Dr Nan Xu Rattanasone, Dr Ivan Yuen, Prof Katherine Demuth Clinical Phonetics
365

Effects of sex and nativeness on vocalic duration production

Dr Amanda Post da Silveira Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
366

North Midland /u/-fronting and its Effect on Heritage Speakers of Spanish

Ms Laura Cummings Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
367

Learner vs. non-learner difference in the perception of Mandarin lexical tones: comparison of listeners from English and Japanese first language (L1) backgrounds

Dr Kimiko Tsukada, Dr KAORI IDEMARU Tone
368

The temporal basis of complex segments

Prof Jason Shaw, Prof Karthik Durvasula, Prof Alexei Kochetov Phonology-Phonetics Interface
369

Vowel Length in Intemelian Ligurian. An experimental and cross-dialectal investigation

Dr Davide Garassino, Miss Dalila Dipino Phonology-Phonetics Interface
370

Effects of tune and interspeaker differences on the interpretation of requests and offers

Mrs Caterina Petrone, Mrs Elisa Sneed German, Mr James Sneed German, Dr Kiwako Ito Sociophonetics
371

Native, Naïve, and Exemplar-based Perception of Statement and Question Intonation in Cantonese and Mandarin

Ms Una Y. Chow, Dr Stephen J. Winters Speech Prosody
372

Syllable Rate, Syllable Complexity and Speech Tempo Perception in Finnish

Michael O'Dell, Mr Tommi Nieminen Speech Prosody
373

The effect of velopharyngeal aperture on acoustic measures

Dr Marissa Barlaz, Prof Ryan Shosted, Prof Brad Sutton Speech Acoustics
374

The effect of focal accent on vowels in Hungarian: Articulatory and acoustic data

Dr Alexandra Markó, Mr Márton Bartók, Dr Tamás Gábor Csapó, Dr Andrea Deme, Dr Tekla Etelka Gráczi Speech Acoustics
376

Within and between speaker variation in voices

Yoonjeong Lee, Prof Jody Kreiman Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
378

The perception of familiar and unfamiliar accents by bilingual and monolingual children

Dr Kathleen McCarthy, Dr Bronwen Evans Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
379

The effect of durational cues on the reassignment of a syllable in the metrical structure of Czech sentences

Dr Radek Skarnitzl, Dr Jan Volín Speech Prosody
380

An Investigation into Exemplar Effects in the Perceptual Learning Paradigm.

Ms Johannah O'Mahony, Prof Bernd Möbius Phonetic Psycholinguistics
381

Using crowd-sourced data to analyse the ongoing merger of [ɕ] and [ʃ] in Luxembourgish

Prof Peter Gilles Sociophonetics
382

Duration as a voicing cue in Dutch

Ms Mirjam J.I. de Jonge, Ms Isaura Aligbeh Speech Perception
384

Religion and Sound Change in Eastern New England English 


Prof Rachel Steindel Burdin Phonetics of Sound Change
385

Detecting larynx movement in non-pulmonic consonants using dual-channel electroglottography

Prof Adrian P. Simpson, Ms Erika Brandt Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
388

Linguistic uniformity in the speech of Brazilian internal migrants in a dialect contact situation

Ms Livia Oushiro Sociophonetics
389

Sociophonetics at the Intersection of Variable Processes: Variation in English (ING)

Prof James Walker Sociophonetics
390

Acquiring a multiethnolect: the production of diphthongs by children and adolescents in West London

Ms Rosie Oxbury, Dr Kathleen McCarthy Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
391

Reanalyzing the Banda-Linda Vowel System

Dr Kenneth Olson Phonetic Universals and Typology
392

Contrast enhancement and cue trading in Irish secondary consonant articulations

A/Prof Ryan Bennett, Prof Jaye Padgett, Prof Máire Ní Chiosáin, A/Prof Grant McGuire, Ms Jennifer Bellik Phonology-Phonetics Interface
393

The marking of Broad and Narrow focus in Naija (Nigerian Pidgin): the role of prosody

Dr Candide Simard, Prof Anne Lacheret-Dujour, Mr Abiola Oyelere Speech Prosody
394

The effects of imitation and synchronization on the pronunciation of selected phonemes in L2 English and German:a pilot study

Miss Wenxun Fu, Dr Barbara Kühnert, Dr Pillot-Loiseau Claire, Dr Simone Falk Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
395

Application of the 'TOFFA' framework to the analysis of disfluencies in forensic phonetic casework

Dr Kirsty McDougall, Dr Richard Rhodes, Mr Martin Duckworth, Prof Peter French, Dr Christin Kirchhuebel Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
397

The role of creaky voice attributes in Mandarin tonal perception

Ms Yaqian Huang Phonation and Voice Quality
398

Speech motor adaptation during perturbed auditory feedback is enhanced by noninvasive brain stimulation

Ms Terri Scott, Ms Laura Haenchen, Prof Ayoub Daliri, Ms Julia Chartove, Prof Frank Guenther, Prof Tyler Perrachione Phonetic Neurolinguistics
399

Tongue- and Jaw-Specific Response Patterns to Speaking Rate Manipulations

Dr Antje Mefferd, Miss Lois Efionayi, Miss Sophie Mouros Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
400

Perception of rhotics by multilingual children

Dr Anna Balas, Dr Romana Kopečková, Prof Magdalena Wrembel Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
401

Jaw movements in two tonal contexts

Mrs Malin Svensson Lundmark, Dr Johan Frid Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
403

The Role of Prosody in Distinguishing Different Types of Causal Relations in English

Mrs Na Hu, Aoju Chen, Prof Hugo Quené, Prof Ted Sanders Speech Prosody
404

Glottal variation, teacher training, and language revitalisation in the Cook Islands

Dr Sally Akevai Nicholas, Dr Rolando Coto Solano Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
405

The syntactic, semantic, topic and socioeconomic effects on silent pause distribution

Mr Hong Zhang, Mark Liberman Speech Prosody
407

Perception of coda voicing: Glottalisation, vowel duration, and silence

Mr Joshua Penney, Prof Felicity Cox, Dr Anita Szakay Phonation and Voice Quality
408

The perception of lexical tones in emotional speech by Dutch learners of Mandarin 

Miss Yachan Liang, Aoju Chen Tone
409

Quantitative model-based analysis of F0 contours of emotional speech

Ms Jesin James, Prof Hansjörg Mixdorff, Catherine Watson Phonetics of Emotion
411

Lexical category in downstep in Japanese

Ms Manami Hirayama, Dr Hyun Kyung Hwang, Dr Takaomi Kato Speech Prosody
413

Phonetic characteristics of devoiced vowels in Uyghur

Mr Michael Fiddler Phonology-Phonetics Interface
414

Articulation of L2 French mid and high vowels

Madeleine Oakley Laboratory Phonology
415

Typology of the syllable-initial consonants in the Chinese dialects

Dr Wai-Sum Lee Phonetic Universals and Typology
419

Web-based high variability phonetic training on L2 coda identification

Mrs Na-Young Ryu, Prof Yoonjung Kang Speech Technology
420

Talker continuity facilitates speech processing independent of listeners' expectations

Ms Yaminah Carter, Dr Sung-Joo Lim, Dr Tyler Perrachione Phonetic Psycholinguistics
421

Spectral coarticulation in Hawaiian /aV/ and /aCV/ sequences

Mr Thomas Kettig Phonology-Phonetics Interface
422

The Role of Prosody in the Perception of Formality in Japanese

Dr Ethan Sherr-Ziarko Sociophonetics
423

Quantifying Macro-rhythm in English and Spanish

Ms Christine Prechtel Speech Prosody
424

Production and perception of focus in Sümi

Mr Amos Teo, Prof Melissa Baese-Berk Speech Prosody
425

A Prosodic Analysis of Intervening Objects in English Phrasal Verbs Using the British National Corpus

Dr Ethan Sherr-Ziarko, Dr Jieun Kiaer Speech Corpora and Big Data
426

Weak but continuous geminate voicing in Yamagata Japanese

Dr Toshio Matsuura Phonology-Phonetics Interface
427

The learnability of the Nepali four-way stop-voicing contrast: Three categories are learnable despite hypo-articulation, but the fourth is adrift.

Titia Benders, Prof Katherine Demuth Speech Acoustics
428

How Perceptible is the Difference between Tone 3 and Tone 4 in Mandarin Chinese?

Dr Irene Vogel, Dr Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Chao Han, Ms Yue Yuan Tone
430

VOT in Michif

Nicole Rosen, Dr Jesse Stewart, Ms Michele Pesch-Johnson, Ms Olivia Sammons Speech Acoustics
431

An acoustic description of the vowel system of Santiago Mexquititlán Otomi (Hñäñho)

Mr Stanislav Mulík, Dr Mark Amengual, Dr Gloria Avecilla-Ramírez, Dr Haydée Carrasco-Ortíz Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
433

The role of somatosensory feedback in the production of the English vowel /i/ in females

Miss Noor Al-Zanoon, Ms Angela Cullum, Prof Jacqueline Cummine, Dr Caroline Jeffery, Prof Bill Hodgetts, A/Prof Daniel Aalto Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
435

Sound Symbolism of Gender in Cantonese First Names

Miss Kristen Wing Yan Wong, Prof Yoonjung Kang Phonetic Universals and Typology
436

Rapid adaptation to talker-specific phonetic detail is disrupted by noninvasive brain stimulation

Ja Young Choi, Dr Tyler Perrachione Phonetic Neurolinguistics
437

Acoustic characteristics of foreign accent in L2 Japanese: A cross-sectional study

Misaki Kato, Dr Kaori Idemaru, Dr Kimiko Tsukada Speech Acoustics
439

Static and dynamic phonetic interactions in the L2 and L3 acquisition of Japanese velar voiceless stops

Dr Mark Amengual, Ms Lizzie Meredith, Ms Talia Panelli Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
440

Articulating a Female Vowel: Transition from Male-to-Female Gender

Caroline Menezes, Miss Taylor Koesters, Miss Marisa Lucarelli, Miss Alexis Rymers, Miss Kassidy Turshon, Miss Kristen Ruta Clinical Phonetics
441

Investigating the role of musical experience in lexical tone perception: non-musicians and amateur musicians' perception of Mandarin tones

Ms Xiao Fu, Dr Bronwen Evans Tone
442

The effect of lexical competition on realization of phonetic contrasts: A corpus study of the voicing contrast in Japanese

Dr Mafuyu Kitahara, Dr Keiichi Tajima, Dr Kiyoko Yoneyama Speech Corpora and Big Data
443

Why tune or text? The role of the language phonological profile in the choice of strategies for tune-text adjustment

A/Prof Marina Vigario, Dr Marisa Cruz, Prof Sonia Frota Speech Prosody
444

The relationship between phonological working memory and speech production in young multilinguals

Ms Iga Krzysik, Prof Magdalena Wrembel Phonetic Psycholinguistics
445

Production of Mandarin stop consonants in prelingually deaf children with cochlear implants

Prof Jue Yu, Ms Xinyu XIA Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
446

Prominence marking in Kazan Tatar declaratives

Mr Adam Royer, Prof Sun-Ah Jun Speech Prosody
447

Modeling the influence of confidence in social cues during speech perception using gaussian mixture models

Mr Eric Wilbanks Sociophonetics
448

Automatic speech intelligibility scoring of head and neck cancer patients with deep neural networks

Mr Li Bin, Mr Matthew Kelley, A/Prof Daniel Aalto, Dr Benjamin Tucker Clinical Phonetics
449

Dynamics of voice quality over the course of the English utterance

Ms Elizabeth Bird, Prof Marc Garellek Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
450

Vowel variation in a standard context across four major Australian cities

Prof Felicity Cox, Dr Sallyanne Palethorpe Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
451

Comparison between halfway realistic-looking physical models of human vocal tract

Prof Takayuki Arai Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
452

The prosodic properties of the Cantonese sentence-final particles aa1 and aa3 in rhetorical wh-questions

Mr Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo, Ms Angelika Kiss, Ms Maxime Tulling Speech Prosody
453

Processing costs imposed by talker variability do not scale with number of talkers

Ms Alexandra Kapadia, Dr Tyler Perrachione Phonetic Psycholinguistics
454

Tone-tune association and voice quality in Green Mong folk songs

Anna Mai, Mai Moua, Prof Marc Garellek Tone
455

Effects of Focus on Duration and Intensity in Chongming Chinese

Mr Yike Yang, Dr Si Chen, Ms Kechun Li Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
456

The Shape of [u]: Towards a Typology of Final Vowel Devoicing in Continental French

Prof Amanda Dalola, Ms Keiko Bridwell Speech Acoustics
457

The Effect of Explicit Training on Comprehension of English Focus-to-Prosody Mapping by Indonesian Learners of English

Ms Aprilia Sasmar Putri, A/Prof Haoyan Ge, Ms Aelish Hart, Prof Virginia Yip, Aoju Chen Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
458

A bilingual advantage in infant pitch processing

Dr Liquan Liu, Dr Varghese Peter, A/Prof Gabrielle Weidemann Phonetic Neurolinguistics
461

The role of vowel and consonant duration in vowel length categorisation by Djambarrpuyŋu listeners

Kathleen Jepson Speech Perception
462

The effects of vowel, consonant and tone competition on Mandarin lexical access: Evidence from monolingual and bilingual learners

Ms Thilanga Dilum Wewalaarachchi, A/Prof Leher Singh Tone
463

Phonetic Reduction and Enhancement in Conversational Korean Stops

Dr Jae-Hyun Sung Laboratory Phonology
465

Computer-assisted Syllable Complexity Analysis of Continuous Speech as a Measure of Child Speech Disorder

Dr Marisha Speights Atkins, Dr Suzanne Boyce, Dr Joel MacAuslan, Dr Noah Silbert Clinical Phonetics
466

Onset - Vowel Articulatory Coordination - voiceless stops and vowel length

Ms Louise Ratko, Michael Proctor, Prof Felicity Cox Laboratory Phonology
467

Responses to prosodic emphasis in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Dr Kiwako Ito, Dr Elizabeth Kryszak Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
469

Holistic lexical storage: Coarticulatory evidence from child speech

Ms Margaret Cychosz Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
470

Perceptual Confusion of Mandarin Tone 3 and Tone 4: effects of focus and syllable position

Dr Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Dr Irene Vogel, Chao Han, Ms Yue Yuan Speech Prosody
472

The role of pitch dimensions in non-word learning by Dutch and Mandarin listeners

Ms Shuangshuang Hu, Dr Ao Chen, Prof René Kager Phonetic Psycholinguistics
473

The acoustic correlates of the four-way laryngeal contrast in Dränjongke stops

Dr Seunghun Lee, Dr Shigeto Kawahara, Mrs Céleste Guillemot, Mrs Tomoko Monou Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
474

Attentional reorientation explains processing costs associated with talker variability

Dr Sung-Joo Lim, Mr Allen Qu, Ms Jessica Tin, Dr Tyler Perrachione Phonetic Psycholinguistics
475

The effects of phonetic training and visual feedback on novel contrast production

Susan Lin, Ms Margaret Cychosz, Ms Alice Shen, Dr Emily Cibelli Clinical Phonetics
477

English Speakers' Perception of Mandarin Consonants: The Effect of Phonetic Distances and L2 Experience

Dr Xinchun Wang, Dr Jidong Chen Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
478

Shift of voice onset time and enhancement in Japanese infant-directed speech

Dr Hyun Kyung Hwang, Dr Reiko Mazuka Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
480

Incidental learning of non-speech auditory analogs scaffolds second language learners' perception and production of Mandarin lexical tones

A/Prof Seth Wiener, Mr Timothy K. Murphy, Mr Atul Goel, Prof Michael G. Christel, Prof Lori L. Holt Tone
481

Acoustic Analysis of Tone in Benna Hani: Tone Sandhi and Neutralization in an Atypical Tibeto-Burman Language

Ms Zhousuo Qu, Dr Cathryn Yang Tone
482

A comparison on vowel production after two speech therapy approaches

Prof Maria Francisca Paula Soares Clinical Phonetics
483

Modelling gradience in English /r/ via statistical classification

Dr Dan Villarreal, Dr Lynn Clark, Prof Jennifer Hay Speech Acoustics
484

Sounding Like a Stereotype: The influence of emotional prosody on race perception

Ms Rachel Elizabeth Weissler, Dr Julie E. Boland. Phonetics of Emotion
485

Almost [w]anishing: The elusive /v/-/w/ contrast in Educated Indian English

A/Prof Robert Fuchs Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
486

Phonetic exponence of word-level stress in Ashaninka (Arawak)

Dr Elena Mihas, Dr Olga Maxwell Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
487

Age of Arrival does not affect childhood immigrants' acquisition of ongoing sound change: Evidence from Korean Americans

Andrew Cheng Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
488

Compensation for F0 variation with vocal effort and vowel height in Cantonese tone perception

Miss Wei Lai, Prof Mark Liberman, Miss Qianxin He Tone
489

Congenital Amusia and Tone Merger: Perception and Production of Lexical Tones in Hong Kong Cantonese

Miss Oi-Yee Ho, Dr Jing Shao, Dr Jinghua Ou, Prof Sam-Po Law, Dr Caicai Zhang Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
490

Sound Comparisons:  A New Online Database and Resource for Research in Phonetic Diversity

Dr Paul Heggarty, Dr Ludger Paschen, Dr Cormac Anderson Speech Corpora and Big Data
491

Identifying acoustic features that cause unnaturalness of non-native speakers' Japanese

Dr Kimiko Yamakawa, Prof Shigeaki Amano Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
492

Sensitivity to palatalized sequences does not transfer to non-native palatalized contrasts

Ms Risa Matsubara, Izabelle Grenon Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
494

Acceptability judgments of variations in tone representation in Cantonese songs

Miss Esther Wong, Dr Murray Schellenberg, Dr Bryan Gick Tone
496

High level tone is special: Vocal responses to pitch perturbation in Cantonese

Prof Li-Hsin Ning Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
497

New Caledonian French nasal vowels: An acoustic study

Ms Eleanor Lewis Speech Acoustics
498

The emphatic juncture: A novel use of the IP boundary in English

Ms Bethany Sturman Speech Prosody
499

Imitation of Mandarin tones by L2 Mandarin learners

Kiranpreet Nara Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
500

Can Japanese listeners perceive a difference between an underlying glide and an epenthetic glide?

Ms Haruka Tada, Izabelle Grenon Speech Perception
501

Divergence of TRAP and FACE in Auckland English:  a potential regional sound change in New Zealand English.

Catherine Watson, Dr Elaine Ballard, Ms Brooke Ross, Dr Helen Charters Phonetics of Sound Change
502

Third language prosody: evidence from Cantonese-English-German trilinguals

Ms Yanjiao Zhu, Prof Aoju Chen, Dr Stefan Sudhoff, Prof Peggy Mok Speech Prosody
503

Spectral Analysis of Sibilant Fricatives and the Ling Sound Test for Speakers of Chinese Dialects

Prof Aijun Li, Prof Zhiqiang Li Clinical Phonetics
504

Investigating distinctiveness and individual variation in the expression of visual prosodic attitudes

Prof Jeesun Kim, Prof Chris Davis Sociophonetics
505

Identification and discrimination training yield comparable results for contrasting vowels

Mr Daniel Tiong Jin Wee, Izabelle Grenon, A/Prof Chris Sheppard, Prof John Archibald Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
506

Perceptual Target of Phonetic Accommodation: A Pattern within a Speaker's Phonetic System or the Raw Acoustic Signal?

Kuniko Nielsen, Dr Rebecca Scarborough Phonetic Psycholinguistics
507

Sound symbolism and its effect in characters' names: a study on consonants

Haruko Miyakoda, Ms Marina Oshita Phonetic Universals and Typology
508

Production and perception of North Korean and South Korean Vowels: A pilot study

Miss Jungah Lee, Dr Charlotte Vaughn, Dr Kaori Idemaru Phonetics of Sound Change
509

Temporal variability in strong versus weak foreign accented speech

Prof Chris Davis, Prof Jeesun Kim Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
510

A formant analysis of the vowels in Taizhou Chinese

Ms Qianwen Han, Dr Wai-Sum Lee Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
511

Two Kinds of Metrical Shifts in English Text-setting

Prof Noriko Hattori Speech Prosody
512

/a-a/ and /i-i/ at three junctures in Cantonese

Ms Vivian Guo Li, Prof Peggy Mok Speech Prosody
515

Second language learners' appreciation, perception, and production of Québec French features

Annie Bergeron, Dr Pavel Trofimovich Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
516

Mirroring Beat Gestures: Effects on EFL learners

Dr Noriko Yamane, Dr Masahiro Shinya, Prof Brian Teaman, Ms Marina Ogawa, Mr Soushi Akahoshi Multimodal Phonetics
517

Perception of Cantonese lexical tones by Japanese non-learners and learners of Mandarin

Ms Yee Ping Wong Tone
519

How 'enhanced' forensic audio is evaluated in criminal trials: What if all that really gets enhanced is the credibility of a misleading transcript?

Dr Helen Fraser Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
520

The perception of Lexical Tone in Whispered Speech by Mandarin-speaking Congenital Amusics

Miss Gaoyuan Zhang, Ms Jing Shao, Ms Lan Wang, Ms Caicai Zhang Tone
521

Korean mothers' production of laryngeal stops to their infants as compared with adults in the context of tonogenesis

Dr Youngon Choi, Ms Minji Nam, Dr Reiko Mazuka, Dr Hyun kyung Hwang, Dr Naoto Yamane Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
522

Is this in the phonology? Examining the intonational phonetics-phonology interface with American English polar questions

Z.L. Zhou, Prof Bryon Ahn Speech Prosody
523

Loosely structured role-playing events as a means to elicit intonation patterns in the Field

Dr Jesse Stewart, Dr Martine Bruil, Mr Eduardo Portilla Hernandez Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
525

Use of Phonetic Cues by Hong Kong L1 Cantonese Learners in L2 English Word Stress Production and Perception

Dr Wience Wing-sze Lai Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
526

Vowel space, speech rate and language space

Prof Beat Siebenhaar, Mr Matthias Hahn Sociophonetics
527

The Relationship Between Gestural Timing and Magnitude for American English /l/ Across Speech Tasks

Sarah Harper Laboratory Phonology
528

Do cognitive constraints drive second-language listeners' attention to prosodic information in speech?

Miss Yuanyuan Zhang, A/Prof Hongwei Ding, Miss Hui Zhang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
529

Nasal Coarticulation in L1 and L2 English Speech: A Large-scale Study

Jiahong Yuan, Dr Hui Lin, Dr Yang Liu Speech Acoustics
530

Spatial Variation of Articulation Rate and Phonetic Reduction in Standard-Intended German

Mr Matthias Hahn, Prof Beat Siebenhaar Sociophonetics
531

Feature-specific advantages in L3 phonological acquisition

Ms Jennifer Zhang Bilingual/multilingual phonetics
532

Different high variability procedures for training L2 vowels and consonants

Dr Angelica Carlet Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
533

Acoustic Analysis of L1 Influence on L2 Pronunciation Errors: A Case Study of Accented English Speech by Chinese Learners

Miss Shuju Shi, Prof Chilin Shih Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
534

Production and contrastiveness of Canadian Raising in Metro-Detroit English

Lindsey Graham Phonology-Phonetics Interface
536

A temporal feature of stressed syllables in native English and Korean EFL speech

Ms Dokyung Kwon, Prof Tae Yeoub Jang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
538

Exploring temporal characteristics of lingual gestures in American English /l/

Dr Mitsuhiro Nakamura Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
539

Tonal properties of the Akan particle na

Mr Wim van Dommelen, Prof Dorothee Beermann Speech Prosody
540

Seven-year-olds reach an adult-like productivity in the application of Mandarin tone sandhi

Miss Xunan Huang, Ms Yu Zuo, Dr Caicai Zhang Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
541

Are Nuclear Accents Easier to Acquire than Prenuclear Accents? — Using Peak Alignment in advanced Mandarin EFL Learners as an Example

Ms Hui-Yu Chien, A/Prof Janice Fon Speech Prosody
542

The verbal transformation effect inJapanese

Dr Seiya Funatsu, Dr Masako Fujimoto Phonetic Psycholinguistics
543

Perceptual assimilation of English dental fricatives by native speakers of European French

Michael Tyler, Ms Eléonore Clot, Ms Marie-Sophie Villain--Bailly, Dr Chotiga Pattamadilok Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
544

Articulation of geminated liquids in Japanese

Mrs Maho Morimoto, Dr Tatsuya Kitamura Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
545

Acquisition of /v/ and /w/ by German children and adults

Dr Romana Kopeckova, Prof Ulrike Gut, Ms Christina Golin Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
546

Prosodic and voice quality analyses of offensive speech

Dr Carlos Ishi, Dr Takayuki Kanda Phonetics of Emotion
547

Phonetics of modal and breathy nasals in Xitsonga

Dr Crous Hlungwani, Dr Seunghun Lee Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
548

The Categorical Perception of Mandarin Tone 2 and Tone 3 by Tonal and Non-tonal Listeners

Mr Raymond Wen Chun Chow, Dr Yi Liu, Miss Jing-Hong Ning Tone
549

Rhotic contrasts in Arabana

Mr Michael Carne, Mr Juqiang Chen, Mr Ellison Luk, Mr Sydney Strangeways, Dr Clara Stockigt, Robert Mailhammer, A/Prof Mark Harvey Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
550

Beat gestures and prosodic domain marking in French

Mr Patrick Louis Rohrer, Dr Pilar Prieto, Dr Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie Multimodal Phonetics
551

Prosodic Effects on L2 French vowels: a corpus-based investigation

A/Prof Fabian Santiago, Dr Paolo Mairano Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
554

Can degree of bilingualism help sustain a difficult sound? – Using Taiwan Mandarin zh as an example

Dr Yu-Ying Chuang, A/Prof Janice Fon Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
555

Length-dependent prosodic phrasing in Japanese sentences

Dr Yoko Mori Speech Prosody
557

An acoustic and articulatory study of Drenjongke fricatives

Mrs Celeste Guillemot, Dr Seunghun Lee, Prof Fuminobu Nishida Speech Acoustics
558

Convergence of Harmonic Voice Quality Parameters in Spontaneous Dialogues

Dr Antje Schweitzer, Dr Wolfgang Wokurek, Prof Peter Manfred Pützer Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
560

Across-language priming in bilinguals: Does English bet prime French bête?

Rory Turnbull, Dr Sharon Peperkamp Phonetic Psycholinguistics
561

Boundary-Driven Downstep in Japanese

Mr Kei Furukawa, Prof Yuki Hirose Speech Prosody
562

Cognitive factors in perception of Thai tones by naive Mandarin listeners

Mr Juqiang Chen, Prof Catherine Best, Dr Mark Antoniou, Dr Benjawan Kasisopa Tone
563

Speech production of rhotics in highly proficient bilinguals: acoustic and articulatory measures

Ms Shuwen Chen, Dr Peggy Pik Ki Mok Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
565

Shortening of Voice Onset Times in Korean aspirates: Phonetic OCP or Timing regulation?

Dr Mira Oh, Ms Dahee Kim Phonology-Phonetics Interface
567

Manner differences in the Punjabi dental-retroflex contrast: An ultrasound study of time-series data

Prof Alexei Kochetov, Dr Matthew Faytak, Kiranpreet Nara Phonology-Phonetics Interface
569

Nasal coda realisation in speech production of Shanghai Mandarin 

Miss Yihan Guan Phonetics of Sound Change
570

Variability and category overlap in the realization of intonation

Mr Georg Lohfink, A/Prof Argyro Katsika, Amalia Arvaniti Speech Prosody
573

A Preliminary Study on the Age Variation of the Voicing Contrast in Wenzhou Wu Chinese

Mr Weijun Zhang, Mr Wenwei Xu, A/Prof Pik Ki Peggy Mok Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
574

Analysis of L2 English vowel production by native Japanese children in domestic elementary school

Prof Tsuneo Kato, Miss Fumika Mizutani, Miss Yuumi Mizukoshi, Mr Kohei Kitamura, Prof Seiichi Yamamoto Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
575

Can prosody meet pragmatics? Case of discourse particles in French

Ms Lou Lee, Ms Katarina Bartkova, Dr Denis Jouvet, Ms Mathilde Dargnat, Prof Yvon Keromnes Speech Prosody
576

Durational patterns in Finnmark North Sámi quantity

Ms Katri Hiovain, Juraj Šimko Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
578

Articulatory control in speech production

Miss Chen Shen, Dr Esther Janse Phonetic Psycholinguistics
580

An Ultrasound Study on Gradient Coarticulatory Pharyngealization and its Interaction with Phonemic Contrast

Ms Sawsan Alwabari Laboratory Phonology
582

Generational differences in production of a tonal contrast in Hong Kong Cantonese

Dr Bin LI, Miss Yihan Guan Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
583

The contribution of Czech phonetics to laryngeal investigation

Dr Pavel Šturm History of Phonetics
584

Spoken word recognition by English-speaking learners of Spanish

Dr José María Lahoz-Bengoechea, Dr Alba Tuninetti, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
585

Revisiting Acoustic Cues of Sarcasm in Cantonese

Miss Chen Lan, Mr Pak Long Hui, Mr Wenwei Xu, Dr Peggy Pik Ki Mok Phonetics of Emotion
586

Variability in tonal realisation in Singapore English intonation

Dr Adam Chong, Dr James Sneed German Laboratory Phonology
587

Lower your voice: Vowel devoicing and deletion in São Paulo Portuguese

Prof James Walker, Prof Ronald Beline Mendes Sociophonetics
588

Mandarin and English use different temporal means to mark major prosodic boundaries

Miss Chengxia Wang, Prof Yi Xu, Prof Jinsong Zhang Speech Prosody
590

Phoneme awareness task - measure of quality of phonological representations

Diana Tomić, Prof Vesna Mildner Phonetic Psycholinguistics
591

Perception of American English junctures by Chinese EFL learners

Mrs Qi Zhang, Dr Lei Wang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
592

All rise? The perception of falls, rise-plateaux and simple rises in Belfast English

Dr Anna Bothe Jespersen Sociophonetics
593

The [ae]nds of the earth: an investigation of the DRESS and TRAP vowels in Northern Queensland 

Dr Adele Gregory Sociophonetics
594

Stability of acoustic cues of the three-way voicing contrast in Thai mothers' stop production

Dr Chutamanee Onsuwan, Miss Juthatip Duangmal, Miss Nawasri Chonmahatrakul, Dr Naoto Yamane, Dr Hyun Kyung Hwang, Dr Reiko Mazuka Phonetic Psycholinguistics
595

Logarithmic duration to predict and discriminate singleton and geminate consonants in Japanese

Prof Shigeaki Amano, A/Prof Kimiko Yamakawa, Prof Mariko Kondo Speech Prosody
596

The Acquisition of Cantonese Vowel Length Contrast and Vowel Rounding Contrast by South Asian Students in Hong Kong

Prof Peggy Mok, Mr Chun Wai Leung, Miss Chen Lan, Prof Alan Yu Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
599

The effect of emotional state on fundamental frequency

Mrs Louise Probst Phonetics of Emotion
600

Lexical-tone production in prelingually deaf Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants

Prof Jue Yu, Ms Meiqi ZHANG Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
601

Effects of formant analysis settings and channel mismatch on semi-automatic forensic voice comparison

Dr Vincent Hughes, Dr Philip Harrison, Prof Paul Foulkes, Prof Peter French, Dr Amelia Gully Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
602

An investigation of the effect of L1 dialect on the L2 perception of lexical stress

Dr Hyunjung Lee, Dr Eun Jong Kong, Jeffrey Holliday Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
603

Effects of perceptual assimilation: The perception of English /æ/, /ʌ/, and /ɑ/ by Japanese speakers

Dr Yasuaki Shinohara, Mr Chao Han, A/Prof Arild Hestvik Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
604

Linguopalatal contact differences between /n/ and /t/ across six languages

Prof Alexei Kochetov, Prof Laura Colantoni, Prof Yoonjung Kang, Dr Jeffrey Steele Speech Corpora and Big Data
605

The effect of attention on electrophysiological measures of syllable processing: contrastive features sorted according to secondary contrasts

A/Prof David Morris, A/Prof John Tøndering, A/Prof Nicolai Pharao Phonetic Neurolinguistics
606

Cross-dialectal speech processing: Perception of lexical stress by Indian English listeners

Dr Olga Maxwell, Dr Robert Fuchs Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
607

Coarticulation as synchronized dimension-specific sequential target approximation: An articulatory synthesis simulation

Miss Anqi Xu, Dr Peter Birkholz, Prof Yi Xu Speech Technology
609

The prosody of repeated mentions in Yucatecan Spanish

Ms Nuria Martínez García, Dr Constantijn Kaland Speech Prosody
611

Measured and perceived speech tempo: Canonical vs surface syllable and phone rates

Leendert Plug, Mr Robert Lennon, Dr Rachel Smith Speech Prosody
612

Prosodic features of the Italian poetry: a phonetic study on some readings 

Dr Valentina Colonna, Prof Antonio Romano, Dr Valentina De Iacovo Speech Prosody
613

Exploring Acoustic Measures of Vowels (VSA, FCR3, VAI4, and VFR) in Children with Hearing Impairment

Prof Ajish Kuriakose Abraham, Prof Pushpavathi M, Prof Sreedevi N, Dr Navya A Speech Acoustics
615

Speech sound development of Croatian children at the age of 3

Diana Tomić, Mrs Marija Fabek Subotić Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
616

Effects of gender, parental role and speech material on infant-directed speech in Swedish

Melanie Weirich, Miss Jasmine Öjbro, Prof Adrian Simpson, Dr Christine Ericsdotter Nordgren Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
617

Multimodal training facilitates L2 phoneme acquisition: An acoustic analysis of Dutch learners' segment production in Spanish

Dr Lieke van Maastricht, Dr Marieke Hoetjes, Ms Lisette van der Heijden Multimodal Phonetics
619

VOT-F0 coarticulation in Japanese: production-biased or misparsing?

Dr Jiayin Gao, Ms Jihyeon Yun, Prof Takayuki Arai Speech Perception
620

The origin of the IPA schwa

A/Prof Asher Laufer History of Phonetics
623

"Segmental intonation" information in French fricatives

Dr Pauline Welby, A/Prof Oliver Niebuhr Speech Prosody
624

Intonation of Sicilian among Southern Italo-romance dialects

Dr Valentina De Iacovo, Prof Antonio Romano, Dr Valentina Colonna Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
625

A new tool to assess pragmatic prosody in children: Evidence from 3- to 4-year-olds

Ms Mariia Pronina, Ms Iris Hübscher, Ms Ingrid Vilà-Giménez, Dr Pilar Prieto Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
626

AN ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF THE VOWELS IN FUZHOU CHINESE

Mr Changhe Chen Speech Acoustics
627

Novel Features of Vowel Space for Distinction of English L1 and L2 Speech

Mr Hwa-min Kim, Prof Jeong-Sik Park, Prof Tae-Yeoub Jang Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
628

Contrastive hyperarticulation of vowels in two dialects of Korean

Prof Yoonjung Kang, Mrs Na-Young Ryu, Dr Suyeon Yun Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
629

Stress shift and prosodic focus marking in L1 and L2 English

Nadja Schauffler, Dr Margaret Zellers, Sabine Zerbian Speech Prosody
630

Developmental pathway of phonetic fine-tuning of phonological contrast in reference to information structure: The case of three-way contrastive stops in Korean

Prof Sahyang Kim, Dr Anqi Yang, Aoju Chen, Ms Jiyoung Lee, Taehong Cho Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
631

Tense-lax contrasts in Indian English vowels: transfer effects from L1 Telugu at the phonetics-phonology interface

Elinor Payne, Dr Olga Maxwell, Mr Ben Volchok Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
632

The mutual influence of vowel length perception in the second and third language

Ms Halina Lewandowska, Prof Magdalena Wrembel Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
634

Phonetic accommodation in the fundamental frequency of Korean-English bilinguals and English monolinguals

Mrs Nina Hosseini-kivanani, Prof Adamantios I. Gafos, Dr Stephen J. Tobin Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
636

Toward Predictive Modelling for AM Theory of Intonation

Ms Emily Lau, Prof Yi Xu Speech Technology
637

A comparison of multiple speech tempo measures: Inter-correlations and discriminating power

Mr Robert Lennon, Leendert Plug, Dr Erica Gold Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
638

The perception of Korean stops by native speakers of Spanish

Dr María Teresa Martínez García, Jeffrey Holliday Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
639

Forensic voice comparison using long-term acoustic measures of laryngeal voice quality

Dr Vincent Hughes, Dr Amanda Cardoso, Prof Paul Foulkes, Prof Peter French, Dr Amelia Gully, Dr Philip Harrison Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
641

An acoustic study of vowel harmony in Washo

Mr Sean Flamand, Ms Darby Douros, Prof Alan Yu Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
642

Expanding Field Studies Using Online Speech Perception Experiments

Dr Amelia Kimball, Mr Hermann Keupdjio, Prof Kathryn Franich Field Methods in Phonetics
643

Sociophonetics of the Le Havre accent

Dr Damien Hall Sociophonetics
644

Prosodic manifestations of politeness in Porteño Spanish wh-interrogatives: terminal contours, F0 mitigation and syllable durations

Mr Raoul Gucek, A/Prof David Le Gac Speech Prosody
645

Nuclear Tones in Hong Kong and British English

Mr Toby Hudson, Prof Jane Setter, Prof Peggy Mok Speech Prosody
646

Analysing breathy voice in forensic speaker comparison: Using acoustics to confirm perception

Mrs Katharina Klug, Dr Christin Kirchhübel, Prof Paul Foulkes, Prof Peter French Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
647

Social expectations do not always improve speech perception

Ms Sophia Fiedler, Ms Caroline Keller, Prof Adriana Hanulikova Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
648

A crosslinguistic corpus study of silent and filled pauses: When do speakers use filled pauses to fill pauses?

Dr Ralph Rose, Dr Michiko Watanabe Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
649

A cautionary tale for phonetic analysis: the variability of speech between and within recording sessions

Ms Sula Ross, Ms Kate Earnshaw, Dr Erica Gold Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
650

Acoustic Properties of Foreigner Directed Speech

Mrs Azza Al Kendi, Dr Ghada Khattab Speech Acoustics
651

The role of extra-linguistic factors in pitch range variation: A corpus study of spoken Japanese

Mr Shinichiro Sano, Mrs Celeste Guillemot Speech Corpora and Big Data
652

The effects of polysyllabic shortening and word/phrase boundary on duration patterns of English

Miss Bingru Chen Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
653

German obstruent sequences by French L2 learners

Dr Anne Bonneau Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
654

An acoustic analysis of Nungon vowels in child- versus adult-directed speech

Dr Hannah Sarvasy, Dr Jaydene Elvin, Dr Weicong Li, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
658

L2 learners' neural sensitivity to the Korean stop sounds: the role of proficiency

Dr Sun-Young Lee, Ms Mi-Jung Sung, Ms Jeonghwa Cho, Dr Ki-Chun Nam, Dr Hyeon-Ae Jeon, Dr Youngjoo Kim Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
659

Effects of learning an additional language on VOT perception

Zhao Liu, Ms Celia Gorba, Dr Juli Cebrian Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
660

The /el/-/ael/ merger in Australian English: Acoustic and articulatory insights

Dr Chloé Diskin, Dr Debbie Loakes, Dr Rosey Billington, Dr Hywel Stoakes, Dr Simón Gonzalez, Dr Sam Kirkham Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
661

The effect of real-time temporal auditory feedback perturbation on the timing of syllable structure

Ms Miriam Oschkinat, Prof Philip Hoole Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
662

Lingual configuration of Australian English /l/

Ms Tunde Szalay, Titia Benders, Prof Felicity Cox, Michael Proctor Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
663

Stylistic Variation in Vowel Production: Evidence from China English

Ms Qian Wang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
664

An EMA study of Er-suffixation in Northeastern Mandarin monophthongs

Mr Song Jiang, Prof Yueh-chin Chang, Prof Feng-fan Hsieh Phonology-Phonetics Interface
665

Acoustico-physiological coordination in the Human Beatbox: A pilot study on the beatboxed classic kick drum.

Mr Alexis Dehais Underdown, Dr Lise Crevier Buchman, Prof Demolin Didier Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
666

The effect of pitch on emotional prosody perception: evidence from behavioral experiments on autistic children and typically developing adolescents

Miss Yu Chen, Mrs Ting Wang Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
667

Acoustic correlates of stress in Amharic: Implications for phonological analyses

Dr Hannah Sande, Ms Maya Barzilai, Madeleine Oakley Speech Prosody
668

Focus Acoustics and Prosodic Organization in Hong Kong Cantonese and Taiwan Mandarin

Dr Yu-yin Hsu, Miss Anqi Xu Speech Prosody
669

Rearticulated geminates are not sequences of two identical sounds: Evidence from Polish affricate geminates

Dr Arkadiusz Rojczyk, Dr Andrzej Porzuczek Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
670

The Speaker-Specificity of Filled Pauses: A Cross-Linguistic Study

Miss Meike de Boer, Dr Willemijn Heeren Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
671

Phonetic-to-lexical mapping in listening to adult and child speech

Ms Thanh Lan Truong, Dr Ulrike Schild, Prof Claudia Friedrich, Prof Andrea Weber Phonetic Psycholinguistics
672

Speaker Variation in Dutch /x/ and /s/ as a Function of Syllabic Position and Lip-Rounding

Miss Laura Smorenburg, Dr Willemijn Heeren Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
673

The timing and quality of diphthong components in spontaneous Estonian

Dr Pärtel Lippus, Dr Eva Liina Asu Speech Acoustics
674

Perception of L2 lexical stress in words degraded by a cochlear implant simulation

Ms Marita Everhardt, Dr Anastasios Sarampalis, Dr Matt Coler, Prof Deniz Başkent, Prof Wander Lowie Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
675

Asymmetries in speech articulation as reflected on palatograms: a meta-study.

Prof Jo Verhoeven, Prof Peter Mariën, Dr Ilke De Clerck, Dr Luc Daems, Dr Carlos Reyes-Aldasoro, Dr Naomi Miller Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
676

Audiovisual perception of wh-questions and wh-exclamations in Brazilian Portuguese

Dr Luma da Silva Miranda, Prof João Antônio de Moraes, Prof Albert Rilliard Speech Prosody
677

Neural correlates of inner speaking, imitating and hearing: An fMRI study

Dr Helene Loevenbruck, Dr Romain Grandchamp, Dr Lucile Rapin, Dr Marcela Perrone-Bertolotti, Mr Cédric Pichat, Ms Célise Haldin, Dr Emilie Cousin, Dr Jean-Philippe Lachaux, Dr Marion Dohen, Prof Pascal Perrier, Dr Maëva Garnier, Prof Monica Baciu Phonetic Neurolinguistics
680

Asymmetries in tongue-palate contact during speech

Dr Naomi Miller, Dr Constantino Carlos Reyes-Aldasoro, Dr Jo Verhoeven Laboratory Phonology
681

ISCAN: a system for integrated phonetic analyses across speech corpora

Dr Michael McAuliffe, Ms Arlie Coles, Mr Michael Goodale, Ms Sarah Mihuc, Prof Michael Wagner, Prof Jane Stuart-Smith, Prof Morgan Sonderegger Speech Corpora and Big Data
682

Pre-schoolers use head gestures rather than duration or pitch range to signal narrow focus in French 

Dr Nuria Esteve-Gibert, Prof Hélène Loevenbruck, Dr Marion Dohen, Prof Mariapaola D'Imperio Multimodal Phonetics
683

Time Delays in Tone Production: A Computational Study of Thai Tones

Mr Khantaphon Chaiyo, Prof Yi Xu, Dr Santitham Prom-on Speech Prosody
684

Intonation of Cantonese interrogative sentences with and without sentence final particle

Mr Chunyu Ge, Prof Aijun Li Speech Prosody
685

The influence of regional dialect variation on race categorization

Dr Tessa Bent, A/Prof Yolanda Holt Sociophonetics
686

The sociophonetics of British heavy metal music: T voicing and the FOOT-STRUT split

Ms Coline Caillol, Dr Emmanuel Ferragne Sociophonetics
688

The perceptual influences of social and linguistic priming are bidirectional

Mr Dominique A. Bouavichith, Mr Ian Calloway, Mr Justin T. Craft, Ms Tamarae Hildebrandt, Dr Stephen J. Tobin, Prof Patrice Speeter Beddor Sociophonetics
690

Taiwanese Mandarin sibilant contrasts investigated using coregistered EMA and Ultrasound

Dr Mark Tiede, Dr Wei-rong Chen, Prof D.H. Whalen Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
691

How does phonetics interact with phonology during tone sandhi

Dr Bijun Ling Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
692

Can formant amplitude differences serve as indicators for L1-effects of ATR in varieties of English in West Africa?

Dr Adeiza Lasisi Isiaka, Dr Jevgenij Zintchenko Jurlina, Prof Sven Grawunder Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
693

The role of socioindexical expectation in the perception of gay male speech

Mr Dominique A. Bouavichith Sociophonetics
694

Does information-structural acoustic prosody change under different visibility conditions?

Petra Wagner, Ms Nataliya Bryhadyr, Mr Marin Schröer, Dr Bogdan Ludusan Speech Prosody
695

Acoustic characterization of dysarthria in children with cerebral palsy: Exploring age-related effects

Dr Anja Kuschmann, Dr Frits van Brenk Clinical Phonetics
696

Acoustic distances, Pillai scores and LDA classification scores as metrics of L2 comprehensibility and nativelikeness

Dr Paolo Mairano, Dr Caroline Bouzon, Dr Marc Capliez, Dr Valentina De Iacovo Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
697

Imitating speech in an unfamiliar language and an unfamiliar non-native accent in the native language

Miss Mónica Wagner, A/Prof Mirjam Broersma, Prof James McQueen, A/Prof Kristin Lemhöfer Phonetic Psycholinguistics
698

EMU-SDMS: R centric semi-automatic speech database processing and analysis

Dr Raphael Winkelmann, Prof Jonathan Harrington Speech Corpora and Big Data
700

Preceding Vowel Duration and Syllable-final Stop Voicing: An Examination of L2 English Production and Perception by Chinese Learners of English

A/Prof Hongwei Ding, Miss Yuqing Zhan, Miss Sishi Liao, Dr Jiahong Yuan Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
702

Effects of Rhythmicity on Speech Perception in Speech and Musical Contexts

Prof Kathryn Franich, Ms Sreeparna Sarkar Speech Prosody
703

Phonetic Evidence for Iambic/Trochaic Law Effects in Chaozhou

Suki Yiu Tone
706

Prosodic characteristics of Japanese newscaster speech for different speaking situations

Dr Shizuka Nakamura, Dr Carlos Toshinori ISHI, Prof Tatsuya Kawahara Speech Prosody
707

The voicing of lenis plosives in Zurich German: a sociophonetic marker of (multi-)ethnolectal speech

Marie-Anne Morand, Ms Melissa Bruno, Ms Nora Julmi, Dr Sandra Schwab, Prof Stephan Schmid Sociophonetics
709

Contextual variation of glottalic stops in Q'anjob'al

Dr Jianjing Kuang Phonetic Universals and Typology
710

"WE DON'T PRONOUNCE OUR T'S AROUND HERE": REALISATIONS OF /t/ IN WEST YORKSHIRE ENGLISH

Ms Kate Earnshaw, Dr Erica Gold Sociophonetics
711

Mandibular contribution to vowel-intrinsic F0

Dr Wei-rong Chen, Prof D.H. Whalen, Dr Mark Tiede Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
712

Fortis/lenis or voiced/voiceless - features of Welsh consonants

Prof Sabine Asmus, Dr Sylwester Jaworski, Mr Michał Baran Speech Acoustics
713

Similar, but not the same: Neutral and confirmation-seeking questions in Mandarin

Dr Li-Fang Lai Speech Prosody
714

Acoustic Analysis of Lahu Nyi Tone System

Dr Jirapas Jangjamras, Ratree Wayland, Dr Si Chen Tone
715

The effect of explicit instruction and auditory/audio-visual training on Chinese learners' acquisition of English intonation

Mrs Yiling Chen, Dr Ghada Khattab, Dr Jalal Al-Tamimi Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
716

Universal and language-specific patterns of perceiving emotions in children's speech: a cross-language German-Russian study

Dr Karina Evgrafova, A/Prof Pavel Skrelin, A/Prof Elmar Neuth Phonetics of Emotion
717

No laughing matter: An investigation into the acoustic cues marking the use of laughter

Dr Bogdan Ludusan, Prof Petra Wagner Phonetics of Emotion
718

The Effect of Levodopa on Vowel Articulation in Parkinson's Disease: A Cross-Linguistic Study

Mr Jidde Jacobi, Ms Teja Rebernik, Dr Roel Jonkers, Prof Ben Maassen, Michael Proctor, Prof Martijn Wieling Clinical Phonetics
719

The Dynamics of Closing Diphthong Formant Trajectories in Te Reo Māori

Dr Hywel Stoakes, Catherine Watson, Dr Peter Keegan, Prof Margaret Maclagan, Prof Jeanette King, Prof Ray Harlow Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
720

Assessment of Phonological Awareness in Thai Children at Risk for Learning Disabilities

Mr Adirek Munthuli, Miss Thanaporn Anansiripinyo, Mr Weerakul Silakorn, Dr Chutamanee Onsuwan, Mr Jarun Ngamvirojcharoen, Mr Thuchakorn Vachiramon, A/Prof Charturong Tantibundhit Clinical Phonetics
721

The Acquisition of Korean Prosodic Prominence by Cantonese-English Bilinguals

Miss Xinran Ren, Dr Peggy Pik Ki Mok Speech Prosody
723

The Effect of Musicality on Cue Selection in Pitch Perception by English and Mandarin Speakers

Ms Aletheia Cui, Dr Jianjing Kuang Phonation and Voice Quality
724

Transitions from Vowels to Voiceless Stops in Swedish, Italian and German

Dr Mechtild Tronnier Phonation and Voice Quality
725

Native and non-native speech recognition in noise: Neural measures of auditory and lexical processing

Dr Jieun Song, Mr Luke Martin, Prof Paul Iverson Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
726

[!] What's the name of it? [!]: The phonetic form of clicks in word search strategies in Glasgow

Miss Julia Moreno Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
727

Engaging with robust cross-participant variability in an endangered minority variety: Intonation in Déise Irish

Mr Connor McCabe Sociophonetics
728

Acoustic, non-invasive measurement of velopharyngeal aperture using a high frequency tone

Dr Kevin McGowan, Dr Michael Johnson, Ms Aleah Combs, Mr Mohammad Soleymanpour Speech Acoustics
729

A longitudinal study on the acquisition of six English vowels by Brazilian learners

Dr Ronaldo Lima Jr Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
730

A Sociophonetic Study on TH Variation in Educated Nigerian English

Mr Folajimi Oyebola, Ms Sin Yu Bonnie Ho, Ms Zeyu Li Sociophonetics
731

The perception of speaker certainty in Salerno Italian intonation

Mr Riccardo Orrico, Prof Renata Savy, Prof Mariapaola D'Imperio Speech Prosody
732

The production of Estonian vowels in three quantity degrees by Spanish L1 speakers

Ms Katrin Leppik, Dr Pärtel Lippus, Dr Eva Liina Asu Speech Acoustics
733

Infant perception of prosodic boundaries without the pause cue: An eye-tracking study

Prof Sonia Frota, Dr Joseph Butler, Dr Catia Severino, Mr Ertugrul Uysal, A/Prof Marina Vigario Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
734

Constraints on variability in the voice onset time of L2 English stop consonants

Dr Eleanor Chodroff, Prof Melissa Baese-Berk Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
735

N-gram frequency effects on speech production in Mandarin Chinese

Dr Ching-Chu Sun, Dr Peter Hendrix Phonetic Psycholinguistics
738

The effect of sub-glottal pressure on stress and fundamental frequency

Mr Shi Yu, Prof Sergio Hassid, Prof Didier Demolin Speech Prosody
740

Perceptual training affects L2 perception but not cross-linguistic perceived similarity

Dr Juli Cebrian, Dr Angelica Carlet, Ms Celia Gorba, Dr Nuria Gavaldà Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
741

When language hits the beat: Synchronising movement to simple tonal and verbal stimuli

Dr Tamara Rathcke, Dr Chia-Yuan Lin, Dr Simone Falk, Prof Simone Dalla Bella Multimodal Phonetics
742

Producing and perceiving socially indexed coarticulation in Afrikaans

Prof Andries Coetzee, Prof Patrice Speeter Beddor, A/Prof Will Styler, Dr Stephen Tobin, Prof Ian Bekker, Prof Daan Wissing Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
743

Inter-speaker Variation and the Evaluation of British English Accents in Employment Contexts

Dr Amanda Cardoso, Dr Erez Levon, Prof Devyani Sharma, Dr Dominic Watt, Dr Yang Ye Sociophonetics
744

The Articulatory Reality of Coronal Stop 'Deletion'

Mr Ruaridh Purse Sociophonetics
745

Apical vowel in Jixi-Hui Chinese: an articulatory study

Mr Bowei Shao, Mr Rachid Ridouane Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
746

Multiple functions of f0 in specifying the voicing, quantity and aspiration of East Bengali stops and affricates.

Prof Henning Reetz, Prof Lahiri Aditi Speech Acoustics
747

Automatic modelling and labelling of speech prosody: what's new with SLAM+?

Mr Luigi (Yu-Cheng) Liu, Prof anne Lacheret-Dujour, A/Prof Nicolas Obin Speech Prosody
748

Gestural representations of tone in Mandarin: Evidence from timing alternations

Muye Zhang, Mr Christopher Geissler, Prof Jason Shaw Tone
749

Regional dialect intelligibility across the lifespan

Cynthia Clopper, Dr Laura Wagner Sociophonetics
750

Final devoicing of fricatives in French: Studying variation in large corpora with automatic alignment

Dr Adèle Jatteau, Dr Ioana Vasilescu, Dr Lori Lamel, Dr Martine Adda-Decker Speech Corpora and Big Data
752

Speech communication in background noise: effects of aging

Dr Outi Tuomainen, Prof Valerie Hazan, Ms Linda Taschenberger Speech Acoustics
753

The effect of visual cues on clear speech adaptations by older and young adults in a collaborative task

Prof Valerie Hazan, Dr Outi Tuomainen, Prof Jeesun Kim, Prof Chris Davis Speech Acoustics
754

The relationship between perceptual similarity judgments and VOT convergence in a shadowing task

Jessamyn Schertz, Dr Melissa Paquette-Smith, Dr Elizabeth K. Johnson Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
755

Temporal organization of vowel plus stop sequences in production and perception: evidence from the three major varieties of German

Ms Nicola Klingler, Dr Felicitas Kleber, Mr Markus Jochim, Dr Michael Pucher, Prof Stephan Schmid, Mr Urban Zihlmann Laboratory Phonology
756

Acoustic Characteristics of Verbal Irony in Standard Austrian German

Hannah Leykum Speech Prosody
757

Informativeness and speaking style affect the realisation of nuclear and prenuclear accents in German

Dr Stefan Baumann, Ms Jane Mertens, Ms Janina Kalbertodt Speech Prosody
758

Vowel duration in Tumbuka and its implications for the representation of homorganic nasal-plosive sequences

Dr Silke Hamann, Ms Veronica Miatto, Prof Laura J. Downing Phonology-Phonetics Interface
759

Is Articulation-to-Speech Synthesis Language Independent? A Pilot Study

Mr Beiming Cao, Dr Alan Wisler, Dr Jun Wang Speech Technology
761

Comparing the Performance of Individual Articulatory Flesh Points for Articulation-to-Speech Synthesis

Mr Beiming Cao, Mr Brian Y. Tsang, Dr Jun Wang Clinical Phonetics
763

The phonetic basis of phonological vowel nasality: Evidence from real-time MRI velum movement in German

Dr Christopher Carignan, Prof Phil Hoole, Ms Esther Kunay, Prof Jonathan Harrington, Dr Arun Joseph, Prof Jens Frahm Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
764

Compensation strategies in non-native English and German

Ms Katharina Zahner, Ms Jenny Yu Speech Prosody
766

Contrast under pressure: The phonetics of Dutch past tense allomorphy

Dr Koen Sebregts, Dr Patrycja Strycharczuk Phonetics of Sound Change
767

A time-to-event analysis of auditory lexical decision data

Dr Peter Hendrix, Dr Ching Chu Sun Phonetic Psycholinguistics
769

Say again? Individual acoustic strategies for producing a clearly-spoken minimal pair wordlist 

Prof James Scobbie, Dr Joan Ma Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
770

F2R: A Technique for Collapsing F2onset and F2mid into a Single Acoustic Attribute

Mr Daniel McCarthy, Dr Jalal Al-Tamimi Speech Acoustics
771

Exploring consonant variation in French-Arabic code-switched speech: the case of the gemination

Ms Djegdjiga Amazouz, Dr Martine Adda- Decker, Dr Lori Lamel, Dr Jean-Luc Gauvain Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
772

Velar palatalization in Patagonian and South-African Afrikaans: language and settlement history in an expatriate community

Prof Andries Coetzee, Prof Lorenzo García-Amaya, Jiseung Kim, Prof Daan Wissing, Prof Nicholas Henriksen Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
773

Dimensionalizing co-speech gestures

Dr Stefanie Hufnagel, Dr Pilar Prieto Speech Prosody
775

Vowel-to-consonant coarticulation in Moroccan Arabic

Prof Chakir Zeroual, Prof Hoole phil, Prof Adamantios Gafos Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
776

Losing one allophone at a time: an acoustic and statistical study on Mapudungun's sixth vowel

Ms Daniela Mena, Dr Mauricio A. Figueroa Candia, Dr Brandon Rogers, Dr Gastón Salamanca Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
777

An Optimisation Approach for Enhancing Speech Intelligibility Using Time-varying Spectral Shaping in Noise

Dr Maryam Al Dabel, Prof Jon Barker Speech Technology
778

Examples of Casework in Forensic Speaker Comparison

Mrs Isolde Wagner Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
779

Iterated distributional and lexicon-driven learning in a symmetric neural network explains the emergence of features and dispersion

Mr Klaas Seinhorst, Prof Paul Boersma, Dr Silke Hamann Speech Evolution
780

Modelling intonation: Beyond segments and tonal targets

Dr Francesco Cangemi, Mr Aviad Albert, Prof Martine Grice Speech Prosody
781

Effects of acoustic manipulation on the perceptual stability of Canadian English isolated sibilants

Mr San-Hei Kenny Luk, Prof Daniel Pape Phonetic Universals and Typology
782

The distribution of coarticulatory variation influences perceptual adaptation


Dr Georgia Zellou, Mr Bruno Ferenc Segedin Speech Perception
783

Perception, imitation, and production: Exploring a three-way perception-production link

Dr Charlie Nagle Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
784

Crossing the Parallel: Effects of Gender and Length of Residence in North Korean Refugees' Back Vowels

Ms Jiyeon Song, Prof Amanda Dalola Sociophonetics
785

Cross-linguistic prosodic influence in bilingual language acquisition: a qualitative case study

Dr Johanna Stahnke Speech Prosody
786

Frequency effects and prosodic boundary strength

Dr Tina Bögel, Prof Alice Turk Speech Prosody
787

Prosodic-structural effects on voice quality associated with Korean three-way stop contrast

Jiyoung Jang, Prof Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
788

Prosodic Changes in the Speech of a Single Speaker with Parkinson's Disease

Miss Vass Verkhodanova, Dr Matt Coler, Dr Roel Jonkers, Prof Kees de Bot, Prof Wander Lowie Clinical Phonetics
789

Speech adaptation to palatal perturbation: Evidence for sensorimotor reorganization across the workspace

Dr Guillaume Barbier, Lucie Menard, Dr Shari Baum, Dr Douglas Shiller Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
791

A cross-varietal continuum of unstressed vowel reduction: evidence from Bulgarian and Turkish

Mitko Sabev, Elinor Payne Speech Prosody
792

Towards phonetic interpretability in deep learning applied to voice comparison

Dr Emmanuel Ferragne, Dr Cédric Gendrot, Dr Thomas Pellegrini Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
793

Tonal and laryngeal contrasts in Diaspora Tibetan

Mr Christopher Geissler Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
795

Modern speech synthesis for phonetic sciences: a discussion and an evaluation

Dr Zofia Malisz, Dr Gustav Eje Henter, Dr Cassia Valentini-Botinhao, Dr Oliver Watts, Prof Jonas Beskow, Prof Joakim Gustafson Speech Technology
796

The role of the first five formants in three vowels of Mandarin for forensic voice analysis

Dr Honglin Cao, Prof Volker Dellwo Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
797

Initiation, progression, and conditioning of the short-front vowel shift in Australia

Dr James Grama, Dr Catherine Travis, Dr Simon Gonzalez Phonetics of Sound Change
799

Deep learning and voice comparison : phonetically-motivated vs. automatically-learned features

Mr Cedric Gendrot, Dr Emmanuel Ferragne, Dr Thomas Pellegrini Forensic Phonetics and Speaker Characteristics
800

Is Phonetic Target Uniformity Phonologically, or Sociolinguistically Grounded?

Dr Josef Fruehwald Phonetics of Sound Change
802

Vowel insertion in Scottish English liquid+nasal clusters: Boundary disputes and durational relations

Ms Kaylin Smith Phonology-Phonetics Interface
804

Phrasing and constituent boundaries in Lifou French

Catalina Torres, Prof Janet Fletcher, Prof Gillian Wigglesworth Speech Prosody
805

The visual prominence of whispered speech in Swedish

Dr Zofia Malisz, Mr Patrik Jonell, Prof Jonas Beskow Multimodal Phonetics
806

Within-word articulatory effect of vowel rounding

Dr Daniil Kocharov, Dr Vera Evdokimova Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
807

A nasofiberscopic study of nasalized diphthongs in Brazilian Portuguese

Miss Rita Demasi, Prof Didier Demolin, Dr Angélique Amelot, Dr Lise Crevier-Buchman Laboratory Phonology
808

Simulated distributional learning in deep Boltzmann machines leads to the emergence of discrete categories

Prof Paul Boersma Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
809

Vowel Acoustics of Nungon, Papua New Guinea

Dr Hannah Sarvasy, Dr Jaydene Elvin, Dr Weicong Li, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
810

An acoustic study of Greek voiceless stops

Prof Katerina Nicolaidis, Dr Anna Sfakianaki, Mr George Vlahavas, Dr George Kafentzis Speech Acoustics
811

Acoustic analysis of onset voicing in Dzongkha obstruents

James Kirby, Dr Gwendolyn Hyslop Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
812

Listeners' beliefs influence prosodic adaptation: Anticipatory use of contrastive accent during visual search

Dr Chie Nakamura, A/Prof Jesse Harris, Prof Sun-Ah Jun Speech Prosody
813

Acoustic-phonetic decoding for speech intelligibility evaluation in the context of Head and Neck Cancers

Dr Corinne Fredouille, Dr Alain Ghio, Dr Muriel Lalain, Dr Imed Laaridh, Dr Virginie Woisard Clinical Phonetics
815

Perceptual adaptation to stereotyped accents in audio-visual speech

Dr Molly Babel, Gloria Mellesmoen Sociophonetics
816

Ultrasound tongue imaging for vowel remediation in Czech English

Dr Tanja Kocjančič Antolík, Dr Jan Volín Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
817

Acoustic properties of singleton and geminate ejective stops in Tsova-Tush

Bryn Hauk, Mr Jacob Hakim Phonetic Universals and Typology
818

Bulgarian Vowel Reduction in Unstressed Position: an Ultrasound and Acoustic Investigation

Ms Marie Dokovova, Mitko Sabev, Prof James Scobbie, Dr Robin Lickley, Mr Steve Cowen Speech Acoustics
821

VOT IN LOANWORDS IN FINNISH - EVIDENCE  FOR PREVOICING OF INITIAL /b, d, g/

Dr Camilla Horslund Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
822

Perceptual asymmetries and lexical effects in L2 vowel discrimination

Dr Juli Cebrian Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
823

Production of neutral tone in Mandarin by heritage, native, and second language speakers

Prof Charles Chang, Prof Yao Yao Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
825

L2 rhythm effects on intelligibility

Ms Sarah Waldmann Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
826

Fourier without formulas

Dr David Weenink Speech Acoustics
827

Articulatory organization of geminates in Hungarian

Dr Andrea Deme, Mr Márton Bartók, Dr Tekla Etelka Gráczi, Dr Tamás Gábor Csapó, Dr Alexandra Markó Laboratory Phonology
828

Velarization of Russian labial consonants

Dr Kevin Roon, Prof D. H. Whalen Laboratory Phonology
830

Acoustic analysis of Italian singleton/geminate stop production in two ambient temperature conditions

Lia Saki Bucar Shigemori, A/Prof Alessandro Vietti Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
832

Tongue and Lip Motion Patterns in Voiced, Whispered, and Silent Vowel Production

Ms Kristin Teplansky, Mr Brian Tsang, Dr Jun Wang Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
833

Prosody-segment interaction in the acoustics of Polish plosives

Miss Ewelina Wojtkowiak, Geoff Schwartz Speech Acoustics
834

Prosody in Luxembourgish: the example of nuclear falling contours

Dr Judith Manzoni Speech Prosody
835

Formant frequencies of Polish raised /e/ and /a/ in palatal contexts

Dr Jaroslaw Weckwerth, Dr Anna Balas Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
836

Phonetic and phonological vowel reduction in Brazilian Portuguese

Ms Sejin Oh Phonology-Phonetics Interface
837

On the relationship between syntactic and prosodic boundaries: Free relative clauses in Appalachian English

Prof Irina Shport, Dr Gregory Johnson Speech Prosody
838

Prenatal infant-directed speech: vowels and voice quality

Dr Kateřina Chládková, Ms Martina Černá, Dr Nikola Paillereau, Dr Radek Skarnitzl, Ms Zuzana Oceláková Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
841

Does schwa have an auditory target? An altered auditory feedback study

Dr Sarah Bakst, Dr Caroline Niziolek Speech Acoustics
842

Characterizing the Coordination of Speech Production and Breathing

Mr Jeffrey E. Kallay, Dr Ulrich Mayr, Dr Melissa A. Redford Phonetic Psycholinguistics
843

Pitch level, range, and dynamism in Trinidadian English: A comparative study with other varieties of English

Mr Philipp Meer, A/Prof Robert Fuchs Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
845

Integration of spectral cues in the development of Mandarin tone production

Nari Rhee, Aoju Chen, Dr Jianjing Kuang Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
846

Leveraging phonetic and speech research for Irish language revitalisation and maintenance

Prof Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Prof Neasa Ní Chiaráin, Mr Harald Berthelsen, Mr Christoph Wendler, Mr Andy Murphy, Ms Emily Barnes, Prof Christer Gobl Speech Technology
847

Comparing Speech, Silence, and Overlap Dynamics in a Task-based Game and Casual Conversation

Ms Emer Gilmartin, Ms Mingzhu Yu, Prof Diane J Litman Speech Prosody
849

Phonetic convergence of Hong Kong English: sound salience and the exemplar-based account

Ms Wenling Cao Sociophonetics
850

Comparison of time and frequency domain measures of the voice source

Prof Christer Gobl, Dr Irena Yanushevskaya, Mr Andy Murphy, Prof Ailbhe Ní Chasaide Speech Acoustics
851

Self-correction in L1 and L2 vowel production

Dr Sarah Bakst, Dr Caroline Niziolek Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
852

Investigating metrical context effects on anticipatory coarticulation in connected speech development

Jillian Adkins, Dr Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann, Dr Melissa Redford Speech Prosody
854

Testing the relevance of prenuclear accents for predicting intonational meaning in German

Dr Timo Roettger, Prof Michael Franke, Prof Jennifer Cole Speech Prosody
856

The effects of syllable position on tongue shape and gestural magnitude in /l/ and /r/.

Dr Eleanor Lawson, Dr Gregory Leplatre, Prof Jane Stuart-Smith, Prof James Scobbie Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
858

Electrophysiological correlates of prosodic boundaries at different levels in Brazilian Portuguese.

Mr Oyedeji Musiliyu, Miss Annie C. Gilbert C. Gilbert, Dr Shari R. Baum, Dr Miguel Oliveira Jr. Speech Prosody
859

Cross-generational perception of non-front vowels in Seoul Korean

Dr Eun Jong Kong, Mrs Jieun Kang Phonetics of Sound Change
860

Identifying Acoustic Causes of Speaker-Dependent Variation in Slowed Speech Intelligibility: A Hybridization Approach

Dr Frits van Brenk, Prof Kris Tjaden, A/Prof Alexander Kain Clinical Phonetics
861

Phonetics and phonotactics of vowel laryngealization in Upper Necaxa Totonac

Rebekka Puderbaugh Phonation and Voice Quality
862

Self-reported L2 input predicts phonetic variation in the adaptation of English final consonants into Italian

Ms Veronica Miatto, Dr Silke Hamann, Prof Paul Boersma Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
865

Individual differences in the production of prosodic boundaries in American English

Jiseung Kim Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
866

Age vectors vs. axes of intraspeaker variation in vowel formants measured automatically from several English speech corpora

Prof Jeff Mielke, Dr Erik R. Thomas, Dr Josef Fruehwald, Dr Michael McAuliffe, Prof Morgan Sonderegger, Prof Jane Stuart-Smith, Dr Robin Dodsworth Speech Corpora and Big Data
867

Effects of morphological structure on intergestural timing in different prosodic-structural contexts in Korean

Ms Jiyoung Lee, Prof Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho Laboratory Phonology
868

Differentiating Desired vs Misarticulated Tongue Trajectories from Ultrasound for Fast Automatic Articulatory Feedback

Ms Sarah Li, Ms Hannah Woeste, Dr Sarah Dugan, Dr T. Douglas Mast, Dr Michael Riley, Mr Colin Anand, Mr Jack Masterson, Ms Neeraja Mahalingam, Ms Kathryn Eary, Ms Caroline Spencer, Dr Suzanne Boyce Clinical Phonetics
869

Sub-regional variation in positioning and degree of nasalization of /æ/ allophones in California

Chloe Brotherton, Dr Michelle Cohn, Dr Georgia Zellou, Dr Santiago Barreda Sociophonetics
870

Quantal biomechanical effects in speech postures of the lips

Prof Bryan Gick, Dr Chenhao Chiu, Mr Erik Widing, Mr Francois Roewer-Despres, Mr Connor Mayer, Prof Sidney Fels, A/Prof Ian Stavness Phonetic Universals and Typology
871

Influences of listener demographics on the processing of phonetic variation

Mr Zack Jones, Cynthia Clopper Sociophonetics
872

Large-scale acoustic analysis of dialectal and social factors in English /s/-retraction 

Prof Jane Stuart-Smith, Prof Morgan Sonderegger, Rachel Macdonald, Prof Jeff Mielke, Dr Michael McAuliffe, Prof Erik Thomas Speech Corpora and Big Data
873

Production of the Japanese moraic nasal /N/ by speakers of English: An ultrasound study

Dr Ai Mizoguchi, Dr Mark Tiede, Doug Whalen Laboratory Phonology
874

A cue-based approach to prosodic disfluency annotation

Dr Alejna Brugos, Ms Alison Langston, Dr Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Prof Nanette Veilleux Speech Prosody
877

Effects of coda voicing on vowel phonation

Dr Chelsea Sanker Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
878

Exceptional stress and reduced vowels in Munster Irish

Anton Kukhto Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
880

The perceptual contribution of consonants and vowels to sentence recognition: Effect of dialect variation in American English

Daniel Fogerty Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
881

Evidence of phonological /w/ and /j/ in Chilean Spanish: the case of "hi" and "hu" plus vowel

Miss Lizbeth Gómez, Dr Mauricio A. Figueroa Candia, Dr Gastón Salamanca Laboratory Phonology
883

Impaired talker recognition in Mandarin-speaking congenital amusics

Dr Jing Shao, Dr Lan Wang, Dr Caicai Zhang Tone
884

Effects of talker order on accent ratings

Dr Charlotte Vaughn, Prof Melissa Baese-Berk Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
885

Accuracy assessments of hand and automatic measurements of ultrasound images of the tongue

D. H. Whalen, Mr Jaekoo Kang, Mr Rion Iwasaki, Ms Ghada Shejaeya, Boram Kim, Dr Kevin Roon, Dr Mark K. Tiede, Dr Jonathan L. Preston, Ms Emily Phillips, Dr Tara McAllister, Dr Suzanne E. Boyce Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
886

Articulatory strategies for back vowel fronting in American English

Jonathan Havenhill Laboratory Phonology
887

Final devoicing in Bulgarian: incomplete neutralization and L2 experience

Prof Jason Bishop, Ms Sejin Oh, Chen Zhou Laboratory Phonology
888

Benign vs. harmful variability in second language vowel production

Mr Jaekoo Kang, Dr Nam Hosung, Dr Wei-Rong Chen, D. H. Whalen Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
889

Ultrasound and nasometric evidence for controlled high vowel nasalization in Montreal French

Prof Michael Dow, Dr Mark Gibson Laboratory Phonology
890

Preboundary lengthening and boundary-related spatial expansion in Korean

Dr Jonny Jungyun Kim, Ms Yuna Baek, Taehong Cho, Dr Sahyang Kim Speech Prosody
891

An asymmetric perceptual dependency between pitch and breathiness

Ms Meng Yang Speech Perception
894

Patterns of constriction degree in Spanish heterorganic consonant sequences

Dr Joaquín Romero, Ms Antonia Soler Phonology-Phonetics Interface
895

The effect of manual action on vowel production for nouns and verbs

Miss Nicole van Rootselaar, Miss Marisa Lelekach, Dr Fangfang Li, Dr Claudia L.R. Gonzalez Phonetic Psycholinguistics
896

The effect of allophonic patterns on consonant cluster simplification in English

Prof Caroline Smith Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
898

Perception of native consonant clusters with non-native phonetic patterns

Dr Harim Kwon, Prof Ioana Chitoran Speech Perception
899

Semantic processing triggers cross-linguistic interference during early phonetic category development

Dr Joseph Casillas Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
900

Processing speaker variability in Mandarin spoken word recognition: A clinical exploration.

Dr Yu Zhang, Dr Suju Wang, Dr Yingying Shang Clinical Phonetics
901

Influence of content variations on smoothness of native speakers' reverse shadowing

Mr Tasavat Trisitichoke, Mr Shintaro Ando, Mr Yusuke Inoue, Dr Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu Phonetic Psycholinguistics
903

Probing voice quality's contribution to tone perception: challenges for synthesis software

Kristine Yu Phonation and Voice Quality
905

The interaction between lexical tone and intonation in Kinshasa Lingala

Yeong Woo Park, Prof Francisco Torreira, Prof Heather Goad Speech Prosody
907

Phonetic variation across Australian languages

Sarah Babinski, Dr Claire Bowern Speech Acoustics
908

Estimating the prevalence of creaky voice: a fundamental frequency-based approach

Ms Katherine Dallaston, Prof Gerard Docherty Phonation and Voice Quality
910

Evidence for Pivots in Tongue Movement for Diphthongs

Boram Kim, Dr Mark Tiede, D. H. Whalen Phonology-Phonetics Interface
911

The interaction of timing and scaling in a lexical tone system: an example from Shilluk

Mr Jonathan Barnes, Prof Nanette Veilleux, Dr Alejna Brugos, Dr Stefanie Hufnagel Tone
913

Learning effects in multimodal perception with real and simulated faces

Megan Keough, Dr Donald Derrick, Dr Ryan C. Taylor, Dr Murray H Schellenberg, Ms Esther YT Wong, Dr Bryan Gick Speech Acoustics
915

Sibilant and non-sibilant fricatives are parsed alike

A/Prof Amanda Rysling, Mr John Kingston Speech Perception
917

Initial simplification in Ho Ne: A Case of Ethnography-Informed Variationist Study in an Endangered Language Community

Dr Jie Cui Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
918

Tone Representation and Tone Processing in Shanghainese

Dr Jianjing Kuang, Miss Jia Tian Tone
919

Lexical knowledge does not improve discriminability

Mr John Kingston Phonetic Psycholinguistics
920

Annotating Prosody with PoLaR: Conventions for a Decompositional Annotation System

Byron Ahn, Dr Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Prof Nanette Veilleux Speech Prosody
922

The effect of speech style and deaccentuation on vowel intrusion in Turkish complex onsets

Ms Jennifer Bellik Laboratory Phonology
923

Phonetic conditioning of word frequency and contextual predictability effects in American English conversational speech

Mr Daejin Kim, Prof Caroline Smith Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
926

Cross-linguistic Variation in the Phonetic Realization of Breathy Voice

Miss Jia Tian, Miss Yipei Zhou, Dr Jianjing Kuang Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
928

Anticipatory Tonal Coarticulation: How, When, and Why It Occurs

Miss Yan Sun, Prof Chilin Shih Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
930

Stacking and Unstacking Prosodies: The Production and Perception of Sentence Prosody in a Tonal Language

Dr Cong Zhang Speech Prosody
931

Linguistic and Social Factors Favoring Acquisition of Contrast in a New Dialect

Dr Jennifer Nycz Sociophonetics
933

Moments of moments: Acoustic phonetic character and within-category variability of the Basque three-sibilant contrast

Dr Zachary Jaggers, Prof Melissa Baese-Berk Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
934

A happy marriage: the stop and the affricate inventory of the mixed language Light Walpiri (Australia)

Dr Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Dr Carmel O'Shannessy Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
935

Phonetics and phonology engagement: Evaluation of a productive disciplinary engagement approach

Prof Kelly Johanna Vera Diettes, Mr Felipe Pulido Rodríguez, Dr Javier Andrés Rayo Paloma, Mr Julián David Muñoz Pico, Miss Gina Marcela Pineda Mora Phonetics pedagogy
936

A preliminary model of Ikpana intonational phonology 

Mr Hironori Katsuda Speech Prosody
937

Contextual variation in the acoustics of Hul'q'umi'num' ejective stops

Maida Percival Phonation and Voice Quality
938

Voice onset time and constriction duration in Warlpiri stops (Australia)

Dr Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Dr Carmel O'Shannessy Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
939

Acoustic Properties of Para-Phonemic Sounds: Clicks in American English

Betsy Pillion Sociophonetics
940

Articulatory Coordination in L2-Speakers of Spanish

Dr Stephen Tobin, Dr Mark Gibson, Ms Stavroula Sotiropoulou, Prof Adamantios Gafos Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
941

Ad Hoc Phonetic Categorization and Prediction

Mr Ryan Rhodes, Chao Han, Arild Hestvik Phonetic Psycholinguistics
942

A sociophonetic analysis of vowels produced by female Irish migrants: Investigating second dialect contact in Melbourne

Dr Chloé Diskin, Dr Debbie Loakes, Mr Josh Clothier, Mr Ben Volchok Sociophonetics
944

Predictors of L2 vowel learning success under biofeedback training 

Joanne Jingwen Li, Samantha Ayala, Douglas M. Shiller, Tara McAllister Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
945

Language-specific prosodic structural modulation of coarticulatory vowel nasalization in #NV and CVN# in Mandarin Chinese

Ms Hongmei Li, Prof Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho Speech Prosody
947

Vowel dispersion as a cue for prominence in Sora

Mr Luke Horo Field Methods in Phonetics
948

The scope of prominence-induced lengthening in Greek

Argyro Katsika, Karen Tsai Speech Prosody
949

Manner of articulation patterns in word-initial biconsonantal sequences: the effect of morphological context

Shelece Easterday Phonetic Universals and Typology
951

Production of deaccenting under repetition, entailment, and bridging: Phonetic and perceptual comparisons

Mr Jeffrey Geiger, Dr Ming Xiang Speech Prosody
952

Systematic covariation of monophthongs across speakers of New Zealand English

Dr James Brand, Jen Hay, Lynn Clark, Kevin Watson, Márton Sóskuthy Phonetics of Sound Change
953

A sociophonetic analysis of /l/ darkness and Lebanese Australian ethnic identity in Australian English

Mr Josh Clothier Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
954

Horizontal diphthong shift in New Zealand English

Dr Marton Soskuthy, Prof Jennifer Hay, Dr James Brand Speech Corpora and Big Data
955

KU-ArtLex: A single-speaker EMA database for modeling the articulatory structure of the lexicon

Mr Charles Redmon, Miss Seulgi Shin, Dr Panying Rong Speech Corpora and Big Data
956

Vowel Effects on the Perception of Nasal Place of Articulation in Wuxi Wu and Fuqing Min

Prof Ying Chen, Miss Yaping Chen, Miss Lei Wang, Dr Jie Cui Phonetics of Sound Change
958

Geographical variation of the merging between dental and retroflex sibilants in Taiwan Mandarin

Dr Yu-Ying Chuang, Dr Ching-Chu Sun, A/Prof Janice Fon, Prof R. Harald Baayen Phonetics of Sound Change
959

Between-speaker variation in English learners' realisation of dental fricatives 

Miss Christine Graeppi, A/Prof Adrian Leemann Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
960

Investigating the effectiveness of auditory training on Chinese learners' perception of English vowels

Dr Jian Gong, Ms Zhenzhen Yang, Ms Xiaoli Ji, Ms Feng Wang Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
962

Dialect contact across three generations: A sociophonetic analysis of variation in [ph, th, kh, h] in a contact variety in Hohhot, China

Dr Xuan Wang Sociophonetics
964

An acoustic phonetic description of vowels in Crow (Apsáalooke)

Dr Jaydene Elvin, John Simonian, Dr John Boyle, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
965

Acoustic properties of the lateral contrast in Ninde

Ms Caroline Crouch Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
966

Cantonese vowel merger-in-progress

Dr Roxana Fung, Mr Ka Chun Lee Phonetics of Sound Change
967

Integration of structural probability in speech production: Evidence from Japanese relative clauses

Amber Camp, Dr Nozomi Tanaka Speech Acoustics
968

Standard Croatian pitch accent: fact and fiction

Dr Elenmari Pletikos Olof, Julian Bradfield Speech Prosody
969

An acoustic analysis of short front vowel realizations in the conversational style of young English speakers from Western Australia

Prof Gerard Docherty, Dr Simon Gonzalez, Dr Nathaniel Mitchell, Prof Paul Foulkes Sociophonetics
970

Perception of politeness in Mandarin speech by Spanish learners of Mandarin

Miss Cristina Herrero Fernández, Miss Chengwei Xu, Ms Shuyu Wang, Prof Wentao Gu Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
972

Levels of stress in English: their phonetic reality and phonological status

A/Prof Piotr Gąsiorowski, Mr Michał Jankowski, Dr Krzysztof Sawala Speech Prosody
973

The bilabial trills of Ahamb (Vanuatu): acoustic and articulatory properties

Mr Tihomir Rangelov Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
975

Say again? Individual articulatory strategies for producing a clearly-spoken minimal pair wordlist

Prof James Scobbie, Dr Joan Ma Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
977

North-South Dividers in privately educated speakers: a sociolinguistic study of Received Pronunciation using the FOOT-STRUT and TRAP-BATH distinctions in the North East and South East of England.

Miss Caitlin Halfacre, Dr Ghada Khattab Sociophonetics
978

Effect of exposure on production and perception of ongoing level tone mergers in Hong Kong Cantonese

Dr Yuhan Lin, Dr Yao Yao, Jin Luo Phonetics of Sound Change
979

Lexical access by L1 and L2 mono- and bidialectal listeners

Dr Anita Szakay, Dr Ksenia Gnevsheva, Dr Sandra Jansen Sociophonetics
980

Articulatory complexity and lexical contrast density in models of coronal coarticulation in Malayalam

Dr Indranil Dutta, Mr Charles Redmon, Ms Meghavarshini Krishnaswamy, Mr Sarath Chandran, Ms Nayana Raj Laboratory Phonology
981

Characterizing second language fluency with global wavelet spectrum

Antti Suni, Heini Kallio, Štefan Beňuš, Juraj Šimko Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
982

Distinguishing breathy consonants and vowels in Gujarati

Prof Christina Esposito, Dr Sameer ud Dowla Khan, Dr Kelly Berkson, Mr Max Nelson Phonation and Voice Quality
983

Prosodic structural effects on coarticulatory vowel nasalization in Australian English in comparison to American English

Hyunjung Joo, Jiyoung Jang, Prof Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho, Prof Anne Cutler Laboratory Phonology
984

Spectral properties of Estonian palatalization

Mr Anton Malmi Speech Acoustics
988

Second language fluency: Re-thinking utterance fluency from a phonetics-phonology interface

Mrs Isadora Reynolds, Prof Gillian Wigglesworth, Dr Olga Maxwell Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
989

The Ultra-High-Frequency Whistled /s/ of Southern Chilean Spanish: Socioeconomic and Gender Stratification of its Spectral Moments and Prevalence

Lorena Perdomo-Pinto, Dr Scott Sadowsky Phonetic variation (inter- and intra-speaker, social and language related)
990

On the processing of nonwords in word naming and auditory lexical decision

Dr Yu-Ying Chuang, Marie-lenka Vollmer, Elnaz Shafaei-Bajestan, Prof Susanne Gahl, Dr Peter Hendrix, Prof R. Harald Baayen Phonetic Neurolinguistics
992

The effects of anacrusis and footsize on prenuclear pitch accents in northern Irish English (Derry City)

Mr Antoin Eoin Rodgers Speech Prosody
995

Nonnative vowel perception in a 4IAX task: The effects of acoustic distance

Dr Alba Tuninetti, Dr James Whang, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
996

Acoustic correlates of lexical stress in Wubuy

A/Prof Brett Baker, Dr Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Sarah Babinski, Prof Janet Fletcher Speech Acoustics
997

The effect of temporally fluctuating maskers on speech production and communication

Ms Julie Saigusa, Prof Valerie Hazan Speech Acoustics
999

Emphatically lengthened segments in Siwkolan Amis: Phonetics and Phonology

Prof Yueh-chin Chang, Prof Feng-fan Hsieh, Miss Hsin-yi Chen Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages
1001

Glottal Characteristics of People who Stutter and the Interactions with Syllable Complexity.

Anneke Slis, Dr Maëva Garnier, Ms Anaïs DaFonseca, Dr Christophe Savariaux Clinical Phonetics
1002

"Observer effect" in late 19th and early 20th century measurements of vowel characteristic tones

Dr Uliana Kochetkova, Prof Pavel Skrelin History of Phonetics
1004

Do unstressed vowel qualities in English vary categorically?

Miss Sarah Tasker Laboratory Phonology
1005

Diphthongization in three regional varieties of Swedish

Ms Joppe Anna Pelzer, Prof Paul Boersma Speech Acoustics
1010

Japanese emotional speech produced by Chinese learners and Japanese native speakers: differences in perception and voice quality

Ms Xinyue Li, Aaron Lee Albin, Dr Carlos Ishi, Ryoko Hayashi Phonetics of Emotion
1011

Neural sensitivity to linguistic and non-linguistic changes in naturally produced speech sounds: a comparison of different stimuli presentation paradigms

Miss Simran Agarwal, Dr Alba Tuninetti, A/Prof Paola Escudero, Dr Liquan Liu Phonetic Neurolinguistics
1012

Children's perception of the Albanian dark-clear lateral contrast

Dr Daniela Mueller, Dr Enkeleida Kapia Phonetics of First Language Acquisition
1014

Pitch Characteristics and the Perception of Female Sexual Orientation in Cantonese

Dr Janice Wing Sze Wong, Dr Jung-Yueh Tu Sociophonetics
1017

Detecting phonetic variation versus phonemic differences

Dr Daniel Williams, A/Prof Paola Escudero Phonetics of Second and Foreign Language Acquisition
1018

Laryngeal coarticulation in two types of devoicing: An electroglottographic study of Russian and English

Dr Mayuki Matsui, Prof Alexei Kochetov Speech Production and Articulatory Phonetics
1021

Effects of Trait Anxiety on Semantic and Prosodic Processing

Mr Simon Busch, Dr Jyrki Tuomainen, Dr David Vinson Speech Prosody
1023

Interaction between rhythmic structure and preboundary lengthening in Japanese

Ms Jungyun Seo, Prof Sahyang Kim, Prof Haruo Kubozono, Taehong Cho Speech Prosody
1024

An Acoustic Study of Zhajin Gan Tone

Ms Yingyi Zhou, James Kirby Speech Acoustics
1025

A re-analysis of f0 in ethnic varieties of London English using REAPER

Dr Anita Szakay, Prof Eivind Torgersen Speech Prosody
1028

Multimodal Perception of Praising and Blaming Mandarin Speech between the Interlocutors with Friendly or Hostile Relationships

Mr Shanpeng Li, Prof Wentao Gu Multimodal Phonetics
1029

Automatic English phoneme recognition from articulatory data generated by electropalatography systems with grid and anatomic layout of contact sensors

Dr Grzegorz Krynicki, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Jarosław Weckwerth, Grzegorz Michalski, Kamil Kaźmierski, Barbara Maciejewska, Bożena Wiskirska-Woźnica, Marzena Żygis, Wiesław Kuczko, Alicja Sekuła Speech Technology
1033

Maintaining contrast in reduced speech in Standard Southern British English

Ms Emanuela Buizza Speech Acoustics
1034

An information theoretic perspective on perceptual structure: cross-accent vowel perception

Prof Jason Shaw, Prof Catherine Best, Prof Gerard Docherty, Dr Bronwen Evans, Prof Paul Foulkes, Prof Jen Hay, Dr Karen Mulak Laboratory Phonology
1036

Interpretation of LH intonation contour in Urdu/Hindi

Farhat Jabeen Speech Prosody
1050

Australia and New Guinea: Sundered hemi-continents of sound

Mr Nicholas Evans Phonetics of Lesser Documented and Endangered Languages