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Speech Prosody 2016

Boston, USA
31 May - 3 June 2016

Chairs: Jon Barnes, Alejna Brugos, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel and Nanette Veilleux
doi: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2016
ISSN: 2333-2042

Poster session 1

Do speakers show different F0 when they speak in different languages? The case of English, French and German.
Sandra Schwab, Jean-Philippe Goldman

Task-effects in the L2 perception and production of English sentence types by L1 Spanish speakers
Laura Colantoni, Gabrielle Klassen, Matthew Patience, Malina Radu, Olga Tararova

The long road from phonological knowledge to phonetic realization: An acoustic account of the temporal composition of Mandarin L2 English
Chao-Yu Su, Chiu-Yu Tseng

Using a multimedia program in teaching French as a second language
Darya Sandryhaila-Groth, Philippe Martin

Evaluating prosodic similarity as a means towards L2 teacher’s prosodic control training
Olivier Nocaudie, Corine Astésano

Breath and non-breath pauses in fluent and disfluent phases of German and French L1 and L2 read speech
Jürgen Trouvain, Camille Fauth, Bernd Möbius

A cross-language investigation of word segmentation by bilinguals with varying degrees of proficiency: Preliminary results
Annie C. Gilbert, Inbal Itzhak, Shari Baum

The influence of F0 discontinuity on intonational cues to word segmentation: A preliminary investigation
Pauline Welby, Oliver Niebuhr

Word accents and phonological neighbourhood as predictive cues in spoken language comprehension
Pelle Söderström, Merle Horne, Mikael Roll

An analysis of the distribution of syllables in prosodic phrases of stress-timed and syllable-timed languages
Jeena J Prakash, Hema A Murthy

Rhythmic patterns and literary genres in synthesized speech
Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie, Damien Lolive, Hiyon Yoo, David Guennec

Prosodic and syntactic structures in spontaneous English speech
Anna Dannenberg, Stefan Werner, Martti Vainio

A study on BLSTM-RNN-based Chinese prosodic structure prediction in a unified framework with character-level features
Yi Zhao, Chuang Ding, Nobuaki Minematsu, Daisuke Saito

Detecting emphasized spoken words by considering them prosodic outliers and taking advantage of HMM-based TTS Framework
Hui Liang

Automatic pitch accent annotation
Grażyna Demenko, Magdalena Oleśkowicz-Popiel

Analysis of prosody increment induced by pitch accents for automatic emphasis correction
Yang Zhang, Gautham Mysore, Floraine Berthouzoz, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Automatic identification of gender from speech
Sarah Ita Levitan, Taniya Mishra, Srinivas Bangalore

Intonational phrase boundaries in Southern Bobo Madaré
Kate Sherwood

Interactions of tone and intonation in whispered Mandarin
Li Jiao, Yi Xu

A perceptually-based approach to Chinese syllable-tone patterning
Mingqiong Luo

An analysis-by-synthesis study of Mandarin speech prosody
Na Zhi, Daniel Hirst, Pier Marco Bertinetto, Aijun Li, Yuan Jia

The interaction of lexical tone and phrase-level intonation in Limbum
Siri Gjersøe, Jude Nformi, Ludger Paschen

Production experiments on two cases of tonal neutralization in Taiwan Southern Min
Mao-Hsu Chen

Poster session 2

Intonational correlates of subject and object realisation in Mawng (Australian)
Janet Fletcher, Hywel Stoakes, Ruth Singer, Deborah Loakes

Prosodic and individual influences on the interpretation of "only"
Rose Hurley, Jason Bishop

Phonetic evidence for clitic-host relations within the prepositional group in Russian
Daniil Kocharov, Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Pavel Skrelin

The role of syntax in the Nuclear Stress Rule
Byron Ahn

Implicit prosody pulls its weight: Recovery from garden path sentences
Jesse Harris, Sun-Ah Jun, Adam Royer

Speech prosody in musical notation: Spanish, Portuguese and English
Antônio R.M. Simões, Alexsandro Meireles

Modulation of musical experience and prosodic complexity on lexical pitch learning
Xiuli Tong, Yee Ching Tang

Speech and music discrimination: Human detection of differences between music and speech based on rhythm
Madeleine Stanev, Johannes Redlich, Christian Knörzer, Ninett Rosenfeld, Athanasios Lykartsis

Our own speech rate influences speech perception
Hans Rutger Bosker

Listeners’ discrimination of read and spontaneous speech is primed by performance of a prior speech production task
Rosanna Morris-Haynes, Laurence White, Sven Mattys

Does speech production in L2 require access to phonological representations?
Yuki Asano, Bettina Braun

L1 experience shapes the perception of intonational contours
Elaine Schmidt, Carmen Kung, Brechtje Post, Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth

Landmark-based pronunciation error identification on L2 Mandarin Chinese
Xuesong Yang, Xiang Kong, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Yanlu Xie

The use of the Odd-One-Out task in the study of the perception of lexical stress in Spanish by German-speaking listeners
Sandra Schwab, Volker Dellwo

Improvement of naturalness of learners' spoken Japanese by practicing with the Web-based prosodic reading tutor, Suzuki-kun
Nobuaki Minematsu, Hiroko Hirano, Noriko Nakamura, Koji Oikawa

Detecting intonation phrase boundaries in German laboratory speech by means of H tone upstep
Fabian Schubö

Boundary detection using continuous wavelet analysis
Antti Suni, Juraj Simko, Martti Vainio

Speaker adaptation for support vector machine-based word prominence detection
Andrea Schnall, Martin Heckmann

Spoken interaction modeling for automatic assessment of collaborative learning
Jennifer Smith, Harry Bratt, Colleen Richey, Nikoletta Bassiou, Elizabeth Shriberg, Andreas Tsiartas, Cynthia D'Angelo, Nonye Alozie

Cutting down on manual pitch contour annotation using data modelling
Yuki Asano, Michele Gubian, Dominik Sacha

Automatic detection of Brazil’s prosodic tone unit
David Johnson, Okim Kang

Somali as a tone language
David Le Gac

The prosodic effect of the neutral tone to the preceding tone
Shanshan Fan, Aijun Li, Jun Gao, Ao Chen

Tones are not abstract autosegmentals
Fang Hu

Correlation between Sylheti tone and phonation
Amalesh Gope, Shakuntala Mahanta

The role of metrical structure in signaling focus: An acoustic study of focus and prosody in Shanghai Chinese
Lei Sun

Pre-attentive perceptual integration of tones and vowels
William Choi, Xiuli Tong

Singing tones in Cantonese operas and pop songs
Bin Li, Chung-Nin Choi

Prosody as a means to express tense in the Kaingang language
Márcia Nascimento, Marcus Maia, Leticia Rebollo-Couto

Poster session 3

Syllable nucleus and boundary detection in noisy conditions
Sreedhar Patha, Yegnanarayana Bayya, Suryakanth V Gangashetty

Effects of L1 prosodic structure on narrow focus realizations in an L2: Evidence from Hungarian learners of German
Susanne Beinrucker, Felicitas Kleber, Katalin Mády

Influence of L1 prominence on L2 production: French and German speakers
Frank Zimmerer, Anne Bonneau, Bistra Andreeva

Tone production of Mandarin disyllabic words by Korean learners
Jung-Yueh Tu, Yuwen Hsiung, Jih-Ho Cha, Min-Da Wu, Yao-Ting Sung

Influence of dependency parsing on the prosody of Chinese discourse
Yu Pang, Yuan Jia, Aijun Li, Dawei Song, Ruifang He

The intonation of echo wh-questions in Ecuadorian Spanish
Clara Huttenlauch, Sophie Egger, Daniela Wochner, Ingo Feldhausen

Intonational convergence in information-seeking yes-no questions: the case of Olivenza Portuguese and Olivenza Spanish
Elena Kireva, Christoph Gabriel

Prosodic accommodation in Seoul Korean accentual phrases
Jiseung Kim

In search of the role's footprints in client-therapist dialogues
Anat Lerner, Vered Silber-Varod, Fernando Batista, Helena Moniz

Understandable misstatements lead to gentle corrections: Prosodic realization of epistemic gaps
Iris Chuoying Ouyang, Elsi Kaiser

A study of the phono-styles used by two different Spanish-speaking political leaders: Hugo Chavez and José L. R. Zapatero.
Carmen Patricia Pérez

The prosody of backchannels in Slovak
Stefan Benus

Speech prosody as a biosignal for physical pain detection
Yaniv Oshrat, Ayala Bloch, Anat Lerner, Azaria Cohen, Mireille Avigal, Gabi Zeilig

Effects of emotional prosody on skin conductance responses in French
Caterina Petrone, Francesca Carbone, Maud Champagne-Lavau

An experimental study of emotional speech in Mandarin and English
Ting Wang, Yong-Cheol Lee, Qiuwu Ma

The acoustic correlates of stress and accent in English content and function words
Robert Fuchs

Persian word accent is deletable
Hamed Rahmani, Toni Rietveld, Carlos Gussenhoven

Towards a typology of prominence perception: The role of duration
Adrian Leemann, Marie-José Kolly, Yang Li, Ricky Chan, Geraldine Kwek, Anna Jespersen

Some acoustic and articulatory correlates of phrasal stress in Spanish
Donna Erickson, Julián Villegas, Ian Wilson, Yuki Iguro, Jeff Moore, Daniel Erker

Lexical H*+L pitch accent in Ryukyuan: Diversities in phonological patterning and phonetic manifestation
Yasuko Nagano-Madsen

The perception of phrasal prominence in English, Spanish and French conversational speech
José Ignacio Hualde, Jennifer S. Cole, Caroline L. Smith, Christopher D. Eager, Timothy Mahrt, Ricardo Napoleão de Souza

Word and phrasal stress disentangled: Pitch peak alignment in Frisian and Dutch declarative structures
Amber Nota, Nanna Haug Hilton, Matt Coler

Resolution of lexical ambiguity by emotional prosody in a non-native language
Adriana Hanuliková, Julia Haustein

L1 and L2 Serbian accents: Analysis of pitch parameters
Ekaterina Panova

Poster session 4

Predictability and adult-child cue weighting differences in speech perception
Catherine Mayo, Alice Turk, Robert Clark

Lexical access enhances the activation of predominant stress templates in infants
Linda Garami, Anett Ragó, Ferenc Honbolygó, Valéria Csépe

Konstanz prosodically annotated infant-directed speech corpus (KIDS corpus)
Katharina Zahner, Muna Schönhuber, Janet Grijzenhout, Bettina Braun

Five-month-old infants’ discrimination of unfamiliar languages does not accord with "rhythm class"
Laurence White, Claire Delle Luche, Caroline Floccia

Prosodic characteristics of American English in school-age children
Katsura Aoyama, Christina Akbari, James Flege

Prosody helps L1 speakers but confuses L2 learners: Influence of L+H* pitch accent on referential ambiguity resolution
Chie Nakamura, Manabu Arai, Yuki Hirose, Suzanne Flynn

The role of prosodic reading in English reading comprehension among Cantonese-English bilingual children
Rachel Ka-Ying Tsui, Xiuli Tong, Leo Shing-Chun Fung

Native prosodic systems and learning experience shape production of non-native tones
Mengyue Wu, Janet Fletcher, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Brett Baker

Pitch scaling and the perception of contrastive focus in L1 and L2 Spanish
Covadonga Sánchez-Alvarado, Meghan E. Armstrong

Durational correlates of Japanese phonemic quantity contrasts by Cantonese-speaking L2 learners
Albert Lee, Peggy P. K. Mok

Prosodic transfer in L2 relative prominence distribution: The case study of Japanese pitch accent produced by Italian learners
Motoko Ueyama

Yes/No question intonation in Urban Najdi Arabic
Hussain Almalki, Tuuli Morrill

On the intonation of French wh-in-situ questions: What happens before the wh-word is reached?
Stella Gryllia, Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng, Jenny Doetjes

The interaction of polar question and declarative intonation with lexical tone in Moro
Younah Chung, Page Piccinini, Sharon Rose

Luxembourgish intonation: Continuation and final patterns
Judith Manzoni

Acoustic cues to prosodic boundaries in Yami: A first look
Li-Fang Lai, Shelome Gooden

Action-coordinating prosody
Nigel Ward, Saiful Abu

Affirmative constituents in European Portuguese dialogues: Prosodic and pragmatic properties
Vera Cabarrão, Ana Isabel Mata, Isabel Trancoso

Perception of smiling in different modalities by native vs. non-native speakers
Caroline Émond, Albert Rilliard, Jürgen Trouvain

Prosodic parameters and prosodic structures of French emotional data
Katarina Bartkova, Denis Jouvet, Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie

Representing American Southern prosody in the media: Prosodic style-shifting in two Southern television characters
Hayley Heaton

The convergence of perceived prosodic highlight for discourse prosody
Helen Kai-Yun Chen, Wei-Te Fang, Chiu-Yu Tseng

Acoustic cues signaling prosodic units in Moore: A comparison of journalist and non-journalist realizations
Laetitia Compaoré

Categorical perception and prenuclear pitch peak alignment in Spanish
Germán Zárate-Sández

Individual differences in top-down and bottom-up prominence perception
Jason Bishop

Acoustic correlates of perceived syllable prominence in Spanish
Jorge Gurlekian, Hansjörg Mixdorff, Humberto Torres, Christian Cossio-Mercado, Diego Evin

Effects of information structure, syllable structure, and voicing on nuclear falling pitch accents in German
Frank Kügler, Susanne Genzel

A first glimpse of Kanakanavu word prominence
Sally Chen

Is the input for prosodic bootstrapping of word order reliable? The case of phrasal prominence in Turkish and French.
Angeliki Athanasopoulou, Irene Vogel

Infants’ perception of native and non-native pitch contrasts
Sónia Frota, Joseph Butler, Shuang Lu, Marina Vigário

Poster session 5

Prosodic encoding of information structure in Mandarin Chinese: Evidence from picture description task
Yifei Bi, Lesya Y. Ganushchak, Agnieszka E. Konopka, Guiqin Ren, Xue Sui, Yiya Chen

Variable prosodic realization of verb focus in Urdu
Farhat Jabeen, Tina Bögel, Miriam Butt

Phonetic effects of focus in five varieties of Dutch
Judith Hanssen, Jörg Peters, Carlos Gussenhoven

Phrasal stress in Mandarin disyllabic phrases: An investigation using focus
Hao Yi

The influence of second language experience on Japanese-accented English rhythm
Saya Kawase, Jeesun Kim, Chris Davis

Intonational phrasing in a third language: The production of German by Cantonese-English bilingual learners
Yanjiao Zhu, Peggy P. K. Mok

Prosodic transfer: A comparison study of F0 patterns in L2 English by Chinese speakers
Hongwei Ding, Rüdiger Hoffmann, Daniel Hirst

Exploratory use of automatic prosodic labels for the evaluation of Japanese speakers of L2 Spanish
David Escudero-Mancebo, César González-Ferreras, Lourdes Aguilar, Eva Estebas-Vilaplana, Valentín Cardeñoso-Payo

Evaluating comprehension of natural and synthetic conversational speech
Mirjam Wester, Oliver Watts, Gustav Eje Henter

Superpositional modeling of fundamental frequency contours for HMM-based speech synthesis
Keikichi Hirose, Hiroya Hashimoto, Daisuke Saito, Nobuaki Minematsu

Talking to a system and oneself: A study from a speech-to-speech, machine translation mediated map task
Akira Hayakawa, Fasih Haider, Saturnino Luz, Loredana Cerrato, Nick Campbell

Phonetically conditioned prosody transplantation for TTS: 2-stage phone-level unit-selection framework
Mythri Thippareddy, M. G. Khanum Noor Fathima, D. N. Krishna, A. Sricharan, V. Ramasubramanian

On cross-dialect and speaker-adaptation of speaking rate-dependent hierarchical prosodic model for a Hakka text-to-speech system
Chen-Yu Chiang, Hsiu-Min Yu, Sin-Horng Chen

Data selection for naturalness in HMM-based speech synthesis
Erica Cooper, Yocheved Levitan, Julia Hirschberg

Combining acoustic and linguistic features in phrase-oriented prosody prediction
Mónica Dominguez, Mireia Farrús, Leo Wanner

Speech prosody and possible misunderstandings in intercultural talk: A study of listener behaviour in Standard Vietnamese and German dialogues
Kieu-Phuong Ha, Samuel Ebner, Martine Grice

Audiovisual analysis of relations between laughter types and laughter motions
Carlos Ishi, Hiroaki Hatano, Hiroshi Ishiguro

Perception of prosodic social affects in Japanese: A free-labeling study
Marine Guerry, Albert Rilliard, Donna Erickson, Takaaki Shochi

Behavioural mediation of prosodic cues to implicit judgements of trustworthiness
Ilaria Torre, Laurence White, Jeremy Goslin

Effects of prosody in processing speaker commitment in French
Caterina Petrone, Alessandra Lonobile, Christelle Zielinski, Kiwako Ito

Reading aloud: Eye movements and prosody
Isabel Falé, Armanda Costa, Paula Luegi

Prosody and hand gesture at turn boundaries in Swedish
Margaret Zellers, David House, Simon Alexanderson

Non-referential gestures in adult and child speech: Are they prosodic?
Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Ada Ren, Mili Mathew, Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth

Identifying visual prosody: Where do people look?
Simone Simonetti, Jeesun Kim, Chris Davis

A comparative study on audiovisual perception of final boundaries by Chinese and English observers
Ran Bi, Marc Swerts

On the rhythm of head movements in Finnish and Swedish Sign Language sentences
Tommi Jantunen, Johanna Mesch, Anna Puupponen, Jorma Laaksonen

Poster session 6

Naïve listeners’ perception of prominence and boundary in French spontaneous speech
Guillaume Roux, Roxane Bertrand, Alain Ghio, Corine Astésano

Prosodic annotation in the new corpus of Russian spontaneous speech CoRuSS
Nina Volskaya, Tatiana Kachkovskaia

The effects of pitch accentuation and beat gestures on information recall in contrastive discourse
Olga Kushch, Pilar Prieto

PromDrum: Exploiting the prosody-gesture link for intuitive, fast and fine-grained prominence annotation
Barbara Samlowski, Petra Wagner

The interaction of long-term voice quality with the realization of focus
Irena Yanushevskaya, Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Christer Gobl

A quantitative study of focus shift in Marathi
Preeti Rao, Hansjörg Mixdorff, Ishan Deshpande, Niramay Sanghvi, Shruti Kshirsagar

Phonetic realizations of post-nuclear accent under dual-focus conditions in Standard Chinese
Yi Yuan, Aijun Li, Yuan Jia, Jianhua Hu, Balázs Surány

Information structure-prosody interface: Towards a model of Albanian intonational phonology
Enkeleida Kapia, Alejna Brugos

Prosodic focus marking in Bai-Mandarin sequential bilinguals’ Mandarin
Zenghui Liu, Aoju Chen, Hans Van de Velde

The acquisition of English pitch accents by Mandarin Chinese speakers as affected by boundary tones
Xing Liu, Xiaoxiang Chen

Repeated mention reduction in L2 English spontaneous speech
Sejin Oh, Yongeun Lee

The influence of power relations on English L1 and L2 speakers' oral requests
Miran Oh

Learning effect of social affective prosody in Japanese by French learners
Takaaki Shochi, Amandine Brousse, Marine Guerry, Donna Erickson, Albert Rilliard

Learning L2 rhythm: Does the direction of acquisition matter?
Lieke van Maastricht, Emiel Krahmer, Marc Swerts, Pilar Prieto

Do non-native speakers use context speaking rate in spoken word recognition?
Melissa Baese-Berk, Tuuli Morrill, Laura Dilley

Lying, in a manner of speaking
Jia Loy, Hannah Rohde, Martin Corley

Perception of prosodic transformation for Japanese social affects
Dominique Fourer, Takaaki Shochi, Jean-Luc Rouas, Albert Rilliard

Who wants to be a blabbermouth?: Prosodic cues to correct answers in the WWTBAM quiz show scenario
Oliver Niebuhr

Prosodic cues of genuine and mock impoliteness in German and Polish
Bistra Andreeva, Silvia Bonacchi, William Barry

Analysis of laughter events and social status of children in classrooms
Hiroaki Hatano, Carlos Ishi, Tsuyoshi Komatsubara, Masahiro Shiomi, Takayuki Kanda

Foot-based intonation for text-to-speech synthesis using neural networks
Mahsa Sadat Elyasi Langarani, Jan van Santen

Tone modeling using Gaussian process latent variable model for statistical speech synthesis
Decha Moungsri, Tomoki Koriyama, Takao Kobayashi

Using hierarchical information structure for prosody prediction in content-to-speech applications
Mónica Dominguez, Mireia Farrús, Alicia Burga, Leo Wanner

JNDSLAM: A SLAM extension for speech synthesis
Rasmus Dall, Xavi Gonzalvo

Toward the use of information density based descriptive features in HMM based speech synthesis
Sébastien Le Maguer, Bernd Möbius, Ingmar Steiner

Prosody modeling of spontaneous Mandarin speech and its application to automatic speech recognition
Cheng-Hsien Lin, Meng-Chian Wu, Chung-Long You, Chen-Yu Chiang, Yih-Ru Wang, Sin-Horng Chen

On the automatic comparison and cloning of native and non-native speech prosody.
Daniel Hirst

Can English perceivers match Cantonese auditory and visual prosody?
Sonya Karisma Prasad, Jeesun Kim, Chris Davis

Production of lexical tones by Southern Min-Mandarin bilinguals
Karen Huang

Poster session 7

Identifying a speaker’s regional origin: The role of temporal information
Adrian Leemann, Marie-José Kolly, Francis Nolan

Attractiveness of male speakers: Effects of voice pitch and of speech tempo
Hugo Quené, Geke Boomsma, Romée van Erning

Quantity contrast in Inari Saami: The role of pitch and intensity
Helen Türk, Pärtel Lippus, Karl Pajusalu, Pire Teras

Duration as a contrast enhancer in a Northern German dialect
Stefanie Jannedy, Melanie Weirich

Intelligibility and acceptability of time-compressed utterances: An experimental study with blind and sighted listeners
Miguel Oliveira Jr., Ayane Nazarela Almeida, René Alain Almeida, Oyedeji Musiliyu

The role of prosody in conditioning Tagalog o/u variation
Darlene Intlekofer, Jason Bishop

Perception of geminates in Finnish and Polish
Michael O'Dell, Zofia Malisz

Application of local binary patterns for SVM-based stop consonant detection
Kaizhi Qian, Yang Zhang, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Speaking rate consistency and variability in spontaneous speech by native and non-native speakers of English
Tuuli Morrill, Melissa Baese-Berk, Ann Bradlow

Cross-linguistic generalization of the distal rate effect: Speech rate in context affects whether listeners hear a function word in Chinese Mandarin
Wei Lai, Laura Dilley

Tune or text? Tune-text accommodation strategies in Portuguese
Sónia Frota, Marisa Cruz, Joelma Castelo, Nádia Barros, Verònica Crespo-Sendra, Marina Vigário

Rhythmic grouping in English, Greek and Korean: Testing the iambic-trochaic law
Hae-Sung Jeon, Amalia Arvaniti

F0 declination in spontaneous Estonian: Implications for pitch-related preplanning in speech production
Eva Liina Asu, Pärtel Lippus, Nele Salveste, Heete Sahkai

Paragraph-based prosodic cues for speech synthesis applications
Mireia Farrús, Catherine Lai, Johanna D. Moore

Stability of Nahuatl and Spanish intonation systems of bilingual Nahuatl speakers from the Mexican Veracruz Huasteca region
Eduardo Patricio Velázquez Patiño

Perceptual investigation of prosodic phrasing in French
Laury Garnier, Lorraine Baqué, Anne Dagnac, Corine Astésano

Perception of prosodic boundaries by naïve listeners in French
Anne Catherine Simon, George Christodoulides

Sentence segmentation and phrase strength estimation in Malay continuous speech
Haslizatul Mohamed Hanum, Zainab Abu Bakar

Pauses and pause fillers in Mandarin monologue speech: The effects of sex and proficiency
Jiahong Yuan, Xiaoying Xu, Wei Lai, Mark Liberman

Pitch contour shape matters in memory
Amelia Kimball, Jennifer Cole

Prosodic disambiguation and attachment height
Nino Grillo, Giuseppina Turco

Investigating the phonological status of the initial accent in French: An Event-Related Potentials study
Noémie Te Rietmolen, Radouane El Yagoubi, Robert Espesser, Cynthia Magnen, Corine Astésano

Development and evaluation of bone-conducted ultrasonic hearing-aid regarding transmission of speaker emotion: Comparison of DSB-TC and DSB-SC amplitude modulation method
Takayuki Kagomiya, Seiji Nakagawa

Interplay of sociolinguistic factors in rhythmic variation in a minority French dialect
Svetlana Kaminskaïa

Does size matter? An preliminary investigation on the effects of physical size on pitch level in pet-directed speech
Yu-Fai Li, Peggy P. K. Mok

Cantonese tone discrimination using amplitude envelope: Implications for cochlear implants
Yining Zhou, Brett Martin

Assessing prosody in minimally to nonverbal children with autism
Jill Thorson, Steven Meyer, Daniela Plesa-Skwerer, Rupal Patel, Helen Tager-Flusberg

Do social anxiety individuals hesitate more? The prosodic profile of hesitation disfluencies in Social Anxiety Disorder individuals
Vered Silber-Varod, Hamutal Kreiner, Ronen Lovett, Yossi Levi-Belz, Noam Amir

Processing of stuttered speech by fluent listeners
Catherine Leonard, Juhani Järvikivi, Vincent Porretta, Marilyn Langevin

Vocal Analysis of Individuals with Parkinson's Disease: Correlations between Perceptual Data, Acoustics and Electroglottography
Tamiris Akbart, Carolina Anhoque, Alexsandro Meireles

Framing Speech: poster session

Speech and manual gesture coordination in a pointing task
Jelena Krivokapic, Mark Tiede, Martha Tyrone, Dolly Goldenberg

A cod pod thawed out: effects of superimposed prosodic structure on speech errors in alternating CVC sequences observed kinematically
Argyro Katsika, Mark Tiede, Christine Mooshammer, Louis Goldstein, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel

Structure from Process: How Lexical Influence on Speech Perception Shape Phonotactic Constraints
David Gow

The importance of being lexical: The case of the post-lexical Persian word accent
Hamed Rahmani

Are there boundary tones in Mandarin Chinese echo questions?
Edward Flemming, Helen Nie

Voice Quality Changes in Words with Stød
Gert Foget Hansen

Glottalization in LAGS: Exploring a Potential Prosodic Marker in a Historical Speech Corpus
Rachel Olsen

Perceptual and acoustic study of voice quality in high-pitched heavy metal singing
Alexsandro Meireles

Charisma in business speeches: A contrastive acoustic-prosodic analysis of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg
Oliver Niebuhr, Alexander Brem, Eszter Novák-Tót, Jana Voße

Development of phonetic variants (allophones) in 2-year-olds learning American English: A study of alveolar stop /t, d/ codas
Jae Yung Song, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Katherine Demuth

Analyzing the Prosody of Young Children
Jill Thorson

The development of the phonetics and phonology of speech prosody in adolescents and young adults with cochlear implants
Heike Lehnert-Lehouillier, Linda Spencer

Gender Identification from Whispered Mandarin
Li Jiao, Yi Xu, Qiuwu Ma, Marjoleine Sloos

How to be kind with prosody
Michael Wagner

Does working memory predict individual differences in both implicit and explicit prosodic phrasing?
Jason Bishop

Tonal targets and phonetic variability
Argyro Katsika, Amalia Arvaniti

Representing Pitch Accents: A Case for Tonemes and Allo-Tones
Byron Ahn

Effects of rhetorical stress on item and content recall in Spanish
Christopher Eager, José Ignacio Hualde, Jennifer Cole

Testing the predictions of metrical theory: variability in reported word level-stress
Amelia Kimball, Jennifer Cole

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