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Speech Prosody 2024

Leiden, The Netherlands
2-5 July 2024

Yiya Chen, Aoju Chen and Amalia Arvaniti
doi: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2024
ISSN: 2333-2042

Poster session 1

Mandarin-speaking 6-year-olds can use preboundary pitch range expansion to disambiguate compounds from lists
Feng Xu, Ping Tang, Katherine Demuth, Nan Xu Rattanasone

Sensorimotor influences on infant speech perception also target prosody
Sónia Frota, Cátia Severino, Jovana Pejovic, Marina Vigário

Tone acquisition in Chinese-speaking children: Developmental data of tone acceptability and contour pattern
Shu-Chuan Tseng

Prosodic Clitics in English-speaking Children’s Speech Production – An Acoustic Study
Rui Cai, Paul Boersma, Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth, Titia Benders

Mandarin Tonal Perception in Question vs. Statement Sentences by Children with Cochlear Implants
Yanan Shen, Ivan Yuen, Ping Tang

Breathing features and their impact on speech perception of COVID-19 patients
Xiaoming Jiang, Lixin Yu, Leinuo Dai, Jinyang Chen, Zheng Yuan

Production and perception of emotional intonation among preschool children with cochlear implants
Fang Zhang, Hongtao Li, Ao Chen

Speech markers of Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment: A pilot study
Amélie B. Richard, Alexandre Foncelle, Fabrice Hirsch, Sophie Jacquin-Courtois, Karen T. Reilly, Manon Lelandais

Clustering approaches to dysarthria using spectral measures from the temporal envelope
Eugenia San Segundo Fernández, Jonathan Delgado, Lei He

Tonal processing in Mandarin-speaking children with extensive cochlear implant experiences using an oddball paradigm
Ting-Syuan Wang, Pei-Tzu Liang, Chia-Lin Lee, Chen-Chi Wu, Tien-Chen Liu, Joshua Oon Soo Goh, Janice Fon

Interpretation of Spanish stress by second language learners
Izaro Bedialauneta Txurruka

Cross-linguistic Influence on Intonation Acquisition: A Study on the Production of L2 Mandarin and L3 English Intonations by Uyghur Speakers
Tong Li, Hui Feng

Prosodic aspects of Brazilian L2 English: A comparison of duration-based rhythm and F0 measures with American English, Indian English, and Brazilian Portuguese
Leônidas Silva Jr., Jackciele Silva, Philipp Meer

Can L2 speech rate surpass L1? Evidence from Mandarin learners of Japanese with and without immersion
Zhiqiang Zhu, Peggy Mok

Tonal patterns of the Mandarin Third Tone Sandhi produced by Japanese-speaking L2 learners
Tong Shu, Zhiqiang Zhu, Peggy Mok

L2 comprehension of focus-to-prosody mapping by Mandarin learners of English
Aishu Chen, Haoyan Ge

Crossing Boundaries: Prosodic Aspects of Code-Switching Effects between Mandarin and English
Yao-Zhen Zeng

The effects of regional Italian prosodic variation on modality identification by L1 English learners
Valentina De Iacovo, Paolo Mairano

Variation in speech rhythm in Tongan English
Danielle Tod

Robust evaluation metrics for automatic speech rate computation
Mireia Farrús, Wendy Elvira-García, Juan María Garrido-Almiñana

Production of non-native quantity contrasts by native speakers of Cantonese, English, French, and Japanese
Albert Lee, Yasuaki Shinohara, Faith Chiu, Tsz Ching Mut

Taken by Surprisal? On the Role of Linguistic Predictability in Speech Rhythm
Tamara Rathcke, Chia-Yuan Lin, Eline Smit, Diego Frassinelli

RMT: Tools for Prosodic Computational Literacy
Dafydd Gibbon

A stochastic dynamical system for pitch accents and its inversion
Khalil Iskarous, Jennifer Cole, Jeremy Steffman

How does human hearing estimates sleepiness from speech?
Vincent P. Martin, Salin Nathan, Beaumard Colleen, Jean-Luc Rouas

L2 Prosody Assessment by Combining Acoustic and Neural Model Features
Wenwei Dong, Roeland van Hout, Catia Cucchiarini, Helmer Strik

CASS-AGING Corpus: The Development of Speech Prosody across the Mandarin-Speaking Adult Lifespan
Qian Li, Ziyu Xiong, Aijun Li

Prosody of corrective "but" sentences in English
Danfeng Wu

Melodies of learning: A prosodic analysis of preschool teachers' language patterns in the classroom
Jill Thorson, Kim Nesbitt

Production of Contrastive Focus in Mandarin-Speaking Children
Sichen Zhang, Aijun Li, Jun Gao

Go local or go long: The relationship between dependency length and prosodic prominence in the production of Mandarin-speaking adults and children
Kexin Du, Li Zheng, Sergey Avrutin, Aoju Chen

Speech Genre Classification in Online Multimedia Platforms: A Cross-Modal Approach Integrating Text and Prosody
Sin-Jhang Che, Alvin Cheng-Hsien Chen

Unsupervised modeling of vowel harmony using WaveGAN
Sneha Ray Barman, Shakuntala Mahanta, Neeraj Kumar Sharma

Sound effect, onomatopoeia, and iconic prosody in Chinese: Emerging vocal iconicity in child-directed speech and child production
Mengru Han, Yiqi Nie, Yan Gu

Understanding individual differences in audiovisual child-directed language: The role of empathy and personality traits
Yanran Zhang, Yan Gu

Polish vowels in infant-directed and adult-directed speech: an investigation using an electromagnetic articulograph (EMA)
Katarzyna Klessa, Anita Lorenc, Łukasz Mik

Real-Time Relations Between Prosodic Features of Infant-Directed Speech and Infant Attention at 3 Months
Yannan Hu, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Nancy McElwain

Age-dependent intonational changes in child-directed speech
Daniil Kocharov, Okko Räsänen

Predictive Modelling of perceptual strategies: exploring the perception of ironic tone of voice by L2 learners of French
Ziqi Zhou, Jalal Al-Tamimi, Hiyon Yoo

Use of lexical stress information in German learners of English
Alexandra Jesse, Julia Sigg, Ulrike Domahs

Prosodic marking of contrastive focus in French learners of German
Katharina Zahner-Ritter, Nathalie Elsässer, Ingo Feldhausen, Juergen Trouvain

Investigating lexical stress accuracy in non-native speech through real-time speech visualization: a pilot study
Kizzi Edensor Costille

The assessment of automated rating of L2 Mandarin prosody in lexical tone recognition and pauses
Yao Wu

Incremental Processing of Prosody in L2: A Visual World experiment with French learners of English
Chie Nakamura, Hiyon Yoo, Giuseppina Turco

Bai tone perception and production by Naxi speakers in Jiuhe: a preliminary study
Meihao Wan, Peggy Mok

Exploring the role of personality traits in the imitation abilities of non-native speech in familiar and unfamiliar languages
Peng Li, Ioanna Ioannidou, Ilaria Marazzina, Paula Pericacho, Béibhinn Reardon, Lu Xing

Investigating Tempo and Pause with Synchronous Speech
Paula Laine, Michael O'Dell

Rhythm and the role of rhythmic variation in speech recognition: Analysis of African American English
Li-Fang Lai, Nicole Holliday

Adult readers signal metric and phrasing structure through acoustic variation in a Spanish children’s book
Mara Breen, Sheyla Garcia, Genevieve Franck, Ahren Fitzroy

Word-final rhythmic prominence in Ukrainian
Beata Lukaszewicz, Janina Molczanow

PitchMendR: A Tool for the Diagnosis and Treatment of F0 Irregularities
Thomas Sostarics, Jennifer Cole

How to annotate prominences in schizophrenic speech? From manual to automatic processing
Simona Trillocco, Anne Lacheret-Dujour, Emanuela Cresti

Voice transforms for affect control in Irish speech synthesis
Anna Maria Giovannini, Zihan Wang, Maria O'Reilly, Ailbhe Ní Chasaide, Christer Gobl

Poster session 2

Effects of task type and task difficulty on oral fluency in native and non-native speech
Jörg Peters, Marina Frank, Tio Rohloff

Intonational Patterns under Time Pressure: Phonetic Strategies in Bulgarian Learners of German and English
Judith Manzoni-Luxenburger, Bistra Andreeva, Katharina Zahner-Ritter

Lexical encoding of Mandarin tones by L2 learners: A cross-linguistic study
Shuangshuang Hu

Investigating Mandarin Tone and Focus Prosody Production in Hong Kong Cantonese Speakers
Wenxi Fei, Yu-Yin Hsu

Vowel lengthening in L2 Italian and L2 French: a cue for focus marking?
Bianca Maria De Paolis, Federico Lo Iacono, Valentina De Iacovo

Perceptual cues to checked tones in Shanghai Chinese
Chengjia Ye, Paul Boersma

The impact of prosodic boundary and information structure on tonal coarticulation in spontaneous Cantonese
Xin Gao, Cesko Voeten, Mark Liberman

Carryover Tonal Variations for Speech Recognition in Standard Chinese
Hana Nurul Hasanah, Qing Yang, Yiya Chen

The effect of phonotactic constraints on tone sandhi application: A cross-sectional study of Xiamen Min
Chunyu Ge, Peggy P.K. Mok

The more complex the better? Mandarin tone perception by Cantonese and Hakka speakers
Siyi Lian, Min Liu

Perception of the merging tones in Taiyuan Jin Chinese
Zhenyi Liao, Lei Liang

Does Tone Impact Mandarin Non-Word Acceptability Judgements?
Jamie Adams, Sam Hellmuth, Leah Roberts

Phonetic and phonological factors in cross-dialectal tone perception
Wenqi Zeng, Christine Shea

Perceptual salience of tonal speech errors
Zifeng Liu, Ioana Chitoran, Giuseppina Turco

Knowledge of a talker’s f0 affects subsequent perception of voiceless fricatives
Orhun Ulusahin, Hans Rutger Bosker, James M. McQueen, Antje S. Meyer

Register as a motivation for change: a case of High Vowel Fricativization in Changzhou Chinese
Aixin Yuan, Jason Brown

Differential effects of word frequency and utterance position on the duration of tense and lax vowels in German
Ivan Yuen, Bistra Andreeva, Omnia Ibrahim, Bernd Moebius

An exploratory investigation of phonological and phonetic length contrasts perception in Italian vowels and consonants
Francesco Burroni, Pia Greca

Interested-Sounding Voices Influence Listeners' Willingness to Disclose
Siti Aisyah Binti Shamshun Baharin, Veronica Lamarche, Netta Weinstein, Silke Paulmann

Your Prosody Matters! The Effect of Controlling Tone of Voice on Listeners across the lifespan
Berdien Vrijders, Netta Weinstein, Silke Paulmann, Bart Soenens, Joachim Waterschoot, Maarten Vansteenkiste

A Study of the Sensitivity of Subjective Listening Tests to Inter-sentence Pause Durations in English Speech
Paul Owoicho, Joshua Camp, Tom Kenter

Speech Adaptation and Physiological Responses: A Study on f0 and Skin Temperature
Tom Offrede, Christine Mooshammer, Alessandro D'Ausilio, Susanne Fuchs

Individual Variation in Phonetic Accommodation of Mandarin-Speaking Children during Conversations with a Virtual Robot
Yitian Hong, Si Chen

Prosodic Word Stress in Text-Setting in Thai Pop Songs.
Komtham Domrongchareon, Pittayawat Pittayaporn

Measuring music and prosody: accounting for variation in non-native speech discrimination with working memory, specialized music skills, and music background
Adam Bramlett, Bianca Brown, Jocelyn Dueck, Seth Wiener

Exploring the Dynamics of Post Focus Compression in Bilingual Speakers: Evidence from Mandarin-Yangzhou Speakers
Zhihong Chen, Haoyun Chen, Wenxi Fei

A preliminary study on tonal variations in Singapore Teochew
Jiajia Cai

Use of Word-Level Stress in L2 Spanish Word Recognition
María Teresa Martínez García, Julie Kamber, Sandra Schwab

The intonation of polar questions in Cypriot Arabic: prosodic contact in an endangered language
Mary Baltazani, Spyros Armostis, Elinor Payne

The contribution of speech timing, f0 change, and voice quality to perceived prosodic proficiency in L2: a cross-lingual perspective
Heini Kallio

Bilingual Production of Narrow Subject Focus in Japanese: Spelunking in Prosody
Onae Parker, Christine Shea

Task complexity and pausing behavior in L1 and L2 task-oriented dialogues
Lucia Mareková, Štefan Beňuš

Crosslinguistic transfer of alignment patterns: The timing of prenuclear rising accents in English-German bilinguals
Gwen McGuire, Kristin Smith, Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain, Anja Arnhold

Phonetic Realization of Focus in English by Taiwan Mandarin Speakers
Sherry Chien

Inter- and Intra-speaker Variation in the Acoustic Realizations of Quzhou Wu Tones
Lei Wang, Xinyue Yao, Bijun Ling, Xinlu Yang

Incomplete neutralization in tone sandhi in Taiwan Southern Min spontaneous speech
Yu-Ying Chuang, Sheng-Fu Wang

Contrast and predictability in the variability of tonal realizations in Taiwan Southern Min
Sheng-Fu Wang

The production of Mandarin neutral tone sequences by Hungarian learners
Kornélia Juhász, Katalin Mády, Huba Bartos

Production of Mandarin tones by Japanese native speakers
Qi Wu

Exploring the variations in disyllabic lexical tone sandhi in Xiangshan Chinese
Yibing Shi, Francis Nolan, Brechtje Post

The Adaptive Value of Mandarin Tones for Affective Iconicity
Tingting Zheng, Clara C. Levelt, Yiya Chen

Trisyllabic Tone Sandhi of Shaoxing Wu Chinese: Stress-conditioned, or Not?
Xinyi Wen, Yiya Chen, Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng

Asymmetries of onset manner of articulation in the perception of tone register contrast in Wenzhou Wu Chinese
Weijun Zhang, Peggy Pik Ki Mok

Trading Relations in Segmental Cues to Prosodic Prominence
Shawn Foster, Jennifer Cole

Positional Effect in the Articulation and Acoustics of Stressed Vowels in Italian
Bowei Shao, Philipp Buech, Anne Hermes, Maria Giavazzi

Morphology renders homophonous segments phonetically different: Word-final /s/ in German
Dominic Schmitz, Dinah Baer-Henney

The kinematic profile of the Estonian ternary quantity distinction
Argyro Katsika, Eva Liina Asu, Matthew Gordon, Pärtel Lippus, Anton Malmi

Focus structure and articulatory strengthening in Seoul Korean
Jiyoung Jang, Argyro Katsika

An acoustic-prosodic analysis of laughter types
Bogdan Ludusan, Marin Schröer, Petra Wagner

The influence of conversational context on lexical and prosodic aspects of backchannels and gaze behaviour
Malin Spaniol, Simon Wehrle, Alicia Janz, Kai Vogeley, Martine Grice

Pausing strategies in dialogue speech: the interlocutor factor
Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Daniil Kocharov

Time-series f0 analysis of contrastive tones: the case of Livonian natural speech
Tuuli Tuisk, Nicolai Pharao

Intonational and durational features of the Asturleonese substrate in Northwestern Peninsular Spanish
Víctor Bargiela, Paolo Roseano

Pitch accents in Basque Spanish declarative utterances
Gorka Elordieta, Magdalena Romera, Asier Illaro

Some prosodic consequences of varied discourse functions in a Cantonese sentence-final particle
Jonathan Him Nok Lee, Ka-Fai Yip, Mark Liberman, Jianjing Kuang

Interactive Prosodic Encoding of Tone, Focus and Sentence Type in Changli-Town Mandarin
Mengxue Cao, Tianxin Zheng, Hongna Li, Aijun Li

Functional and phonetic determinants of categorical perception in two varieties of Chinese
Yang Yang, Carlos Gussenhoven, Victoria Reshetnikova, Marco van de Ven

Stability of prosodic performance over the lifespan: The (late) Queen’s speech
Sam Hellmuth

Poster session 3

Tone Value Representation for Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Training
Wu-Hao Li, Te-Hsin Liu, Chen-Yu Chiang

Implicit learning of tone-segment connections by adults with and without tonal language backgrounds
Xinbing Luo, Brechtje Post

The prosody of theticity and focus in Beginner L2 Spanish
Sebastian Leal-Arenas, Marta Ortega-Llebaria

Non-native lexical tones presented in low-high direction is beneficial for learning: Evidence from Cantonese rising and level tones
Ting Zhang, Mosi He, Bin Li

Methodological Influences on Word Stress Identification: Implications for Research and Teaching
Mahdi Duris, John Levis, Reza Neiriz, Alif Silpachai

How to test gesture-speech integration in ten minutes
Matteo Maran, Hans Rutger Bosker

The Role of Auditory and Visual Modality in Perception of English Statements and Echoic Question by Chinese EFL Learners
Shanpeng Li, Yinuo Wang, Shifeng Xia, Zhiqiang Tang, Ping Tang, Yan Feng

A Cross-linguistic Study on Audiovisual Perception of Prosodic Prominence by Chinese and English Observers
Ran Bi, Marc Swerts

Prosodic Decoding Profiles of Chinese Mandarin-Speaking Children under Visual and Audio Modality
Jue Yu, Kexin Zhang, Shiyi Zhu

Vocal and visual features in speech imitation
Sandra Madureira, Mario Fontes

Prosodic realization of different focus types in Persian
Simon Roessig, Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Lena Pagel, Doris Mücke

Speech rate correlates with politeness in Spanish offers
Bruno Staszkiewicz

Tonal density characterises the scope of the overbid use of connector “mais” in French conversation
Cristel Portes, Marie Kolenberg, Stéphane Rauzy, Roxane Bertrand

Prosodic focus marking in Wa
Zenghui Liu, Min Wang

Interpretation of single vs.~multiple wh-questions in semi-spontaneous Urdu
Farhat Jabeen

Prosodic correlates of negative rhetorical questions in Lombard Italian
Laura Colantoni, Michela Ippolito, Mariapaola D'Imperio

Interindividual variation in weighting prosodic and semantic cues during sentence comprehension – a partial replication of Van der Burght et al. (2021)
Constantijn L. van der Burght, Antje S. Meyer

The role of prosody in pragmatic interpretation in Mandarin
Mengzhu Yan, Sasha Calhoun, Qi Tan

Does communicative skill predict individual variability in the prosodic encoding of lexical and referential givenness?
Janne Lorenzen, Stefan Baumann

Intonation and Fluency in Emotionally Dysregulated French Patients with an Acquired Brain Injury: Case Studies
Thalassio Briand, Camille Fauth, Marie Kuppelin

The Perception of Declarative and Interrogative Sentences of Chinese Autistic Children
Yao Lu, Ruiyao Zhong, Xiyu Wu

The Effects of Autistic Traits on Pitch-Semantic Integration Processing: Evidence from an ERP Study
Li Xia, Ting Wang, Yuhan Jiang

Lexical Tone Perception and Comprehension in Mandarin-Speaking Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Ting Wang, Mengzhu Xu

Mandarin Tonal Contours in Speakers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): Insights into Informational Structure
Vanessa Shih-Han Wu, Hohsien Pan, Susan Shur-Fen Gau

Fundamental frequency in French-speaking children: about the influence of gender and social class
Erwan Pépiot

The prosody of Italian newsreading: a diachronic analysis
Michelina Savino, Simon Wehrle, Martine Grice

Phrase-Final Voice Quality Variation Among Black and Latinx Southern California Youth
Nicole Holliday

Inconsistent prosodies more severely impair speaker discrimination of Artificial-Intelligence-cloned than human talkers
Wenjun Chen, Xiaoming Jiang, Jingyi Ge, Shuwan Shan, Siyuan Zou, Yiyang Ding

Gradiency and categoriality in the prosodic modulation of French Sign Language: A kinematic approach using Electromagnetic Articulography
Justine Mertz, Lena Pagel, Giuseppina Turco, Doris Mücke

Prosodic marking of information status in Chinese Sign Language
Hao Lin, Yi Jiang, Yan Gu

Visual Cues of Emotion Expression: Perceptual Evaluation and Automated System Analysis
Mario Augusto Souza Fontes, Sandra Madureira, Juliana Andreassa

Gestures time to vowel onset and change the acoustics of the word in Mandarin
Patrick Louis Rohrer, Yitian Hong, Hans Rutger Bosker

Test-retest reliability of audiovisual lexical stress perception after >1.5 years
Floris Cos, Ronny Bujok, Hans Rutger Bosker

A prosodic approach of constructed action in Belgian French
Hadrien Cousin

Unraveling Students’ Liking of Teachers: The Impact of Multimodal Cues during L2 English Vocabulary Teaching
Jing Zhou, Yan Gu

Same Sentences Different Meanings: Prosodic and Gestural Resolution of Ambiguity in Mandarin Chinese
Jiajun Gao, Yan Gu

Prosodic and gestural marking of focus types in Catalan and German
Alina Gregori, Paula G. Sánchez-Ramón, Pilar Prieto, Frank Kügler

Prosodic realization of rhetorical and information-seeking questions in Persian
Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Tina Ghaemi, Tina Bögel, Bettina Braun

Native and Non-native listeners' Ability in Integrating Prosody and Verb Semantics in Mandarin Speech Comprehension under the Impact of Language-specific Prosodic System
Xiaomu Ren, Clara Cohen

When “uhm”, “and” and “yeah” sound the same — prosodic aspects of discourse pragmatic markers in American English
Marlene Böttcher, Margaret Zellers

Deaccented Verb as an Element in the Utterance Information Structure
Jan Volín, Adléta Hanžlová

Intonational patterns of verbal irony: A cross-varietal study on two German regional accents
Sophia Fünfgeld, Angelika Braun, Katharina Zahner-Ritter

The role of pitch accent in discourse comprehension and the markedness of Accent 2 in Central Swedish
Hatice Zora, Helena Bowin, Mattias Heldner, Tomas Riad, Peter Hagoort

Investigating the Role of Prosody in Disambiguating Implicit Discourse Relations in Egyptian Arabic
Ahmed Ruby, Christian Hardmeier, Sara Stymne

Machine Learning Facilitated Investigations of Intonational Meaning: Prosodic Cues to Epistemic Shifts in American English Utterances
Nanette Veilleux, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Sunwoo Jeong, Alejna Brugos, Byron Ahn

Music in the treatment of childhood speech sound disorders: Evaluating prosody in Dutch-speaking children
Mirjam van Tellingen, Joost Hurkmans, Hayo Terband, Ben Maassen, Roel Jonkers

Cue-weighting under focus: Predicting individual differences with autistic character traits
Monika Krizic, Daniel Pape, Gemma Repiso-Puigdelliura

Not only pitch: individual differences and priming of the implicit prosody of ambiguous only-association
Joy Mills, Sasha Calhoun

Human Vocal Attractiveness in British English as Perceived by Chinese University Students
Yifan Yang, Yi Xu

Acoustic-prosodic Analysis for Mandarin Disyllabic Words Conveying Vocal Emotions
Xuyi Wang, Hongwei Ding

Acoustic classification of speech with trustworthy intent
Constantina Maltezou-Papastylianou, Reinhold Scherer, Silke Paulmann

Acoustic-Prosodic Cues to Trust and Mistrust in Spanish and English Dialogues
Yuwen Yu, Sarah Ita Levitan

Perception of Emotional Valence Projected by Prosody in Prefaces to Announcements of News
Emilie Marty, Caterina Petrone, James German, Roxane Bertrand

Analysis and Modeling of Self-Reported and Observer-Reported Personality Scores from Text and Speech
Soumik Dey, Guozhen An, Sarah Ita Levitan

Poster session 4

Prosodic grouping in Akan and the applicability of the iambic-trochaic law
Constantijn Kaland, Anjali Bhatara, Natalie Boll-Avetisyan, Thierry Nazzi

Peak alignment in Afro-Mexican Spanish: an exploratory analysis
Gilly Marchini

Establishing the domain of intonation patterns: syllabic nuclei vs syllabic rimes
Michaela Svatošová, Jan Volín

A corpus phonetics study of Dalabon nouns
Catalina Torres, Sarah Babinski

Secondary prominence in Italian Southern varieties: the case of Cilentan
Giovanni Leo, Claudia Crocco, Mariapaola D'Imperio, Barbara Gili Fivela

Prosodic variability in marking remote past in African American English
Kristine Yu, Alessa Farinella

Acoustic correlates of word stress in te reo Māori: Historical speakers
Kirsten Culhane

The interplay between syllabic duration and melody to signal prosodic functions in reading and story retelling in Brazilian Portuguese
Plinio Barbosa

Investigating the causes of prosodic marking in self-repairs: an automatic process?
Morgane Peirolo, Candice Frances, Antje Meyer

Language redundancy effects on the prosodic word boundary strength in Standard German
Tianyi Zhao, Tina Bögel, Alice Turk, Ricardo Napoleão de Souza

Speech rate and prosodic phrasing interact in Korean listeners' perception of temporal cues
Jeremy Steffman, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho, Sun-Ah Jun

Exploring natural speech intonation of an under-researched Papuan language
Alexander Zahrer

The Prosody of Polar vs. Alternative Questions in Urdu
Benazir Mumtaz, Miriam Butt

An automatic prosodic transcriber for the P-ToBI system
Wendy Elvira-García, Marisa Cruz, Marina Vigário, Sónia Frota

Is Pitch Contour Sufficient to Encode Prosody in Neural Text-to-Speech?
Alex Peiró Lilja, Mireia Farrús Cabeceran

Is there an uncanny valley for speech? Investigating listeners’ evaluations of realistic TTS voices
Alice Ross, Martin Corley, Catherine Lai

Is automatic phoneme recognition suitable for speech analysis? Temporal and performance evaluation of an Automatic Speech Recognition model in spontaneous French
Vincent P. Martin, Colleen Beaumard, Jean-Luc Rouas, Yaru Wu

A Comparison of Synthesis Method Impact on Listener Perception of Play-Acted Speech
Emily Lau, Brechtje Post, Kate Knill

How pupillary responses reflect the predictability of word stress in Turkish
İpek Pınar Uzun

Prosodic prominence and its hindering effect on word recall in German
Barbara Zeyer, Martina Penke

Neural tracking of prosodic structure in delexicalized speech
André Bernardo, Pedro Correia, Marina Vigário, Ricardo Vigário, Sónia Frota

Role of Mispronunciation of Pitch Accent in Lexical Access in Japanese
Terumichi Ariga

Development Of The Rhythmically Coordinated Duet Of A Bird Species (Southern Ground Hornbills, Bucorvus leadbeateri)
Sita M. ter Haar

The critical rhythm measures in classifying and assessing L2 Chinese speech
Sichang Gao, Chao Kong

Comparing the imitation of naturally-produced and synthesized F0 in American English nuclear tunes
Jeremy Steffman, Jennifer Cole

Acoustic correlates of penultimate and final stress in Yami
Chun-Jan Young

Word Stress and Prosodic Events in Eastern Armenian
Samuel Chakmakjian, Hossep Dolatian, Stavros Skopeteas

Using role-playing tasks to document intonational tune prototypes in Nasal, an endangered language of Sumatra
Jacob Hakim

A phonological model of Atara Imere intonation
Adam Chong, Coppe van Urk

Delineating H* and L+H* in Southern British English
Jiseung Kim, Na Hu, Stella Gryllia, Riccardo Orrico, Amalia Arvaniti

The effect of primary and rhythmic stress on onset consonant duration in Polish
Beata Lukaszewicz, Anna Lukaszewicz

Length affects the positioning of French attributive adjectives - Evidence from perception and production
Anna Pressler, Frank Kügler, Gerrit Kentner

Prosody can provide subtle disambiguating cues for local ambiguity resolution
Kathleen Schneider, Outi Tuomainen, Isabell Wartenburger, Sandra Hanne

Effects of part-of-speech, quantity and predictability on acoustic durations in Estonian spontaneous speech
Kaidi Lõo, Pärtel Lippus, Benjamin V. Tucker

The role of prosodic cues in the perception and expectation of sentence completion in structurally ambiguous sentences
Yujie Ji, Xiaoming Jiang

The prosody of Clefted Relatives: A new window into prosodic representations
Buhan Guo, Nino Grillo, Sven Mattys, Andrea Santi, Shayne Sloggett, Giuseppina Turco

Effects of word order and embedded clause boundary on intonation in Tokyo Japanese
Shinichiro Ishihara, Joost van de Weijer

The German negative prefixes in- and un-: nasal place assimilation
Tina Bögel

Usefulness of Emotional Prosody in Neural Machine Translation
Charles Brazier, Jean-Luc Rouas

WET: A Wav2vec 2.0-based Emotion Transfer Method for Improving the Expressiveness of Text-to-Speech
Wei Li, Nobuaki Minematsu, Daisuke Saito

What makes a conversational agent sound trustworthy? Exploring the role of acoustic-prosodic factors
Yuwen Yu, Sarah Ita Levitan

PROTOSODY: A Semi-Automated Protocol for Experimental Prosody Research
Leônidas Silva Jr., Plinio Barbosa, João Marcelo Monte da Silva

Investigating the role of semantics and perceptual salience in the memory benefit of prosodic prominence
Yuxi Zhou, Constantijn L. van der Burght, Antje S. Meyer

Processing of Compound and Phrasal Prosody in (Canadian) English
Celeste Olson, Suzanne Curtin, Angeliki Athanasopoulou

Individual differences in pitch encoding and its use in phonological categorisation: integration from the bottom-up
Jiayin Gao, Justine Hui

Language Proficiency and F0 Entrainment: A Study of L2 English Imitation in Italian, French, and Slovak Speakers
Zheng Yuan, Štefan Beňuš, Alessandro D'Ausilio

Question Intonation in Guanzhong Mandarin
Jiarui Zhang

Focus Prosody in Shanghai Chinese
Jingwen Huang, Aijun Li, Zhiqiang Li

The effects of period doubling and vocal fry on the perceived naturalness of Mandarin tones
Yaqian Huang

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Thematic session: Prosody through the lifespan

Special session: Prosody in speech synthesis, recognition and understanding

Poster session 1

Thematic session: Prosody in language contact

Special session: Interaction between segmental and prosodic features

Special session: Pitch processing in language and music across different populations: Toward an integrated account

Poster session 2

Thematic session: Individual and social variation

Special session: Cross-talk between linguistic and attitudinal functions of Intonation in tonal and non-tonal languages

Regular session 1

Poster session 3

Thematic session: Typology and cross-linguistic variation

Special session: Advances in studies on prosodic planning

Regular session 2

Poster session 4