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Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech

Aix-en-Provence, France
10-12 September 2005


Characteristics of final part-word repetitions
Jan McAllister, Mary Kingston

A comparison of disfluency patterns in normal and stuttered speech
Timothy Arbisi-Kelm, Sun-Ah Jun

Extracting the acoustic features of interruption points using non-lexical prosodic analysis
Matthew P. Aylett

Prosodic cues of spontaneous speech in French
Katarina Bartkova

A quantitative study of disfluencies in French broadcast interviews
Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Benoît Habert, Frédérique Bénard, Martine Adda-Decker, Claude Barras, Gilles Adda, Patrick Paroubek

Disfluency phenomena in an apprenticeship corpus
Jean-Leon Bouraoui, Nadine Vigouroux

Improvement of verbal behavior after pharmacological treatment of developmental stuttering: a case study
Pierpaolo Busan, Giovanna Pelamatti, Alessandro Tavano, Michele Grassi, Franco Fabbro

Pauses and hesitations in French spontaneous speech
Estelle Campione, Jean Véronis

Inter- and intra-language acoustic analysis of autonomous fillers
Maria Candea, Ioana Vasilescu, Martine Adda-Decker

Prosodic parallelism as a cue to repetition and error correction disfluency
Jennifer Cole, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Chilin Shih, Heejin Kim, Eun-Kyung Lee, Hsin-yi Lu, Yoonsook Mo, Tae-Jin Yoon

Promotion of disfluency in syntactic parallelism
Andrew A. Cooper, John T. Hale

Modeling conversational styles in Italian by means of overlaps
Rodolfo Delmonte

Hesitations and repair in German
Kristy Beers Fägersten

The intra-word pause and disfluency in Dalabon
Janet Fletcher, Nicholas Evans, Belinda Ross

Repair-initiating particles and um-s in Estonian spontaneous speech
Tiit Hennoste

Repeats in spontaneous spoken French: the influence of the complexity of phrases
Sandrine Henry

Simulations of the types of disfluency produced in spontaneous utterances by fluent speakers, and the change in disfluency type seen as speakers who stutter get older
Peter Howell, Olatunji Akande

Factors that determine the form and position of disfluencies in spontaneous utterances
Peter Howell, Jennifer Hayes, Ceri Savage, Jane Ladd, Nafisa Patel

Optional that indicates production difficulty: evidence from disfluencies
T. Florian Jaeger

Phrase-final rise-fall intonation and disfluency in Japanese - a preliminary study
Jumpei Kaneda

Evaluation of vowel hiatus in prosodic boundaries of Japanese
Shigeyoshi Kitazawa

Important and new features with analysis for disfluency interruption point (IP) detection in spontaneous Mandarin speech
Che-Kuang Lin, Shu-Chuan Tseng, Lin-Shan Lee

Influence of manipulation of short silent pause duration on speech fluency
Tobias Lövgren, Jan van Doorn

Disfluency markers and their facial and gestural correlates. preliminary observations on a dialogue in French
Elgar-Paul Magro

Disfluency and behaviour in dialogue: evidence from eye-gaze
Hannele Nicholson, Ellen Gurman Bard, Robin Lickley, Anne H. Anderson, Catriona Havard (3) Yiya Chen

Lexical bias re-re-visited. some further data on its possible cause.
Sieb Nooteboom

The re-adjustment of word-fragments in spontaneous spoken French
Berthille Pallaud

Disfluencies as a window on cognitive processing. an analysis of silent pauses in simultaneous interpreting
Myriam Piccaluga, Jean-Luc Nespoulous, Bernard Harmegnies

Disfluency in speech input to infants? the interaction of mother and child to create error-free speech input for language acquisition
Melanie Soderstrom, James L. Morgan

A cross-linguistic look at VP-ellipsis and verbal speech errors
Ellen Thompson

Acoustic-phonetic decoding of different types of spontaneous speech in Spanish
Doroteo T. Toledano, Antonio Moreno Sandoval, José Colás Pasamontes, Javier Garrido Salas

The effects of filled pauses on native and non-native listeners² speech processing
Michiko Watanabe, Yasuharu Den, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu

Gesture marking of disfluencies in spontaneous speech
Yelena Yasinnik, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Nanette Veilleux

A preliminary study of Mandarin filled pauses
Yuan Zhao, Dan Jurafsky

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