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Ethnic variation in real time: Change in Australian English diphthongs
J Grama, CE Travis, S Gonzalez – Language Variation–European …, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
… Melbourne, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc … Sydney: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. [Google Scholar]; Clyne, Michael 1991 Community languages: The Australian experience …

Eccentric CV timing across speakers of diaspora Tibetan with and without lexical tone contrasts
C Geissler, J Shaw, F Hu, M Tiede – … of the 12th International Seminar on …, 2021 – par.nsf.gov
… pp. 676-680). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Tiede, Mark. (2005). Mview: Software for visualization and analysis of concurrently recorded movement data. Wood, SN (2011) …

Gridlines approach for dynamic analysis in speech ultrasound data: A multimodal app
S Gonzalez – Laboratory Phonology, 2021 – journal-labphon.org

Acoustic characteristics of pre-aspiration in Australian English
S Gonzalez – researchgate.net
… English fricated /t/: assessing the Irish (English) link”, in P Warren & CI Watson [Eds] Proceedings of the 11th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology 68 December 2006 Auckland: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association …

Filipinos front too! A sociophonetic analysis of Toronto English/u/-fronting
P Umbal – American Speech, 2021 – read.dukeupress.edu
… edited by Calhoun, Sasha; Escudero, Paola; Tabain, Marija; Warren, Paul, 1099. – 103. . Canberra, Australia. : Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association. . https://www. internationalphoneticassociation.org/icphs-proceedings/ICPhS2019/papers/ICPhS_1148.pdf …

Multilingual acquisition property by property: A view from a wider perspective
M Wrembel – Second Language Research, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
This commentary discusses the recent keynote article in Second Language Research by Westergaard (2019), which is an interesting contribution to the field of language acquisition and multilingualism…

Revisiting the vowel mergers of East Anglia: Correlations of moan, mown and goose
KA Butcher – Language Variation–European Perspectives VIII, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
… In Sasha Calhoun , Paola Escudero , Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.), Proceedings from the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, August 2019, 1480–1484. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc …

Phonetic convergence across dialect boundaries in first and second language speakers
K Gnevsheva, A Szakay, S Jansen – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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The Speech Corpus for Studying Phonetic Properties of Irony
U Kochetkova, P Skrelin, V Evdokimova… – Language, Music and …, 2021 – Springer
… 711–715. Australasian speech science and technology association Inc., Canberra (2019)Google Scholar. 8. Grice HP: Studies in the way of words … 3396–3402. Australasian speech science and technology association Inc., Canberra (2019)Google Scholar. 14 …

New insights into/el/-/æl/merging in Australian English
P Schmidt, C Diskin-Holdaway… – Australian Journal of …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
A merger exists in Australian English in which /el/ is realized as [æl] for a number of speakers, particularly in Victoria. There have also been some observations of /æl/ raising to [el], termed “t…

Extending automatic vowel formant extraction to New Englishes: A comparison of different methods
P Meer, T Brato, JAM Flores – English World-Wide, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
Abstract While different automated procedures for vowel formant prediction have recently been proposed, it is unclear how reliably these methods perform in the phonetic study of vowels in New Englishes and how such approaches could be applied to specific varieties. This paper …

Nafsan
R Billington, N Thieberger, J Fletcher – Journal of the International …, 2021 – cambridge.org
Page 1. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE IPA Nafsan Rosey Billington ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, The University of Melbourne & The Australian National University rosey.billington@anu.edu.au Nick Thieberger …

Fundamental frequency and phonation differences in the production of stop laryngeal contrasts of endangered Shina
Q Hussain – Languages, 2021 – mdpi.com
Shina is an endangered Indo-Aryan (Dardic) language spoken in Gilgit, Northern Pakistan. The present study investigates the acoustic correlates of Shina’s three-way stop laryngeal contrast across five places of articulation. A wide range of acoustic correlates were measured including …

Articulatory Preference in Japanese Liquids and F3 in English: A Preliminary Report
M Morimoto – ICU Working Papers in Linguistics (ICUWPL)= ICU …, 2021 – icu.repo.nii.ac.jp
… 2811-2815). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Tiede, Mark. (2005). Mview: software for visualization and analysis of concurrently recorded movement data. New Haven, CT: Haskins Laboratories. Page 5. Morimoto …

11 Indian English Features and development
P Sailaja – English in East and South Asia: Policy, Features and …, 2021 – books.google.com
… In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1382–1386). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inco, Melbourne. Fuchs, R., & Maxwell, O.(2015) …

Ethnic variation in real time
J Grama, CE Travis, S Gonzalez – Language Variation–European …, 2021 – books.google.com
Page 298. Chapter 13 Ethnic variation in real time Change in Australian English diphthongs James Grama1, Catherine E. Travis2 and Simon Gonzalez2 1University of Duisburg-Essen/2Australian National University Ethnic and …

Glottalization and linking in the L2 speech of Czech learners of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese
R Skarnitzl, P ?ermák, P Šturm… – Second Language …, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
The use of linking or glottalization contributes to the characteristic sound pattern of a language, and the use of one in place of the other may affect a speaker’s comprehensibility and fluency in …

The Role of Talker Variability in Nonnative Phonetic Learning: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
X Zhang, B Cheng, Y Zhang – Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing …, 2021 – ASHA
Purpose: High-variability phonetic training (HVPT) has been found to be effective on adult second language (L2) learning, but results are mixed in regards to the benefit of multiple talkers over si…

Validating a psychoacoustic model of voice quality
J Kreiman, Y Lee, M Garellek, R Samlan… – The Journal of the …, 2021 – asa.scitation.org
… “ A new speech database for within- and between-speaker variability,” in Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc., Canberra, Australia, pp …

Acoustic differentiation of allophones of/a?/in Chicagoland English: Statistical comparison of formant trajectories
JI Hualde, M Barlaz, T Luchkina – Journal of the International Phonetic … – cambridge.org
Page 1. Acoustic differentiation of allophones of /aË/ in Chicagoland English: Statistical comparison of formant trajectories José Ignacio Hualde University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign jihualde@illinois.edu Marissa Barlaz …

Nigel G. Ward, Prosodic patterns in English conversation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Pp. x+ 253. ISBN 9781316848265.
DR Ladd – English Language & Linguistics, 2021 – cambridge.org
… In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association. O’Connor, JD & GF Arnold …

Distance vs time. Acoustic and articulatory consequences of reduced vowel duration in Polish
P Strycharczuk, M ?avar, S Coretta – The Journal of the Acoustical …, 2021 – asa.scitation.org
This paper presents acoustic and articulatory (ultrasound) data on vowel reduction in Polish. The analysis focuses on the question of whether the change in formant value in unstressed vowels can be…

Domain-initial effects on C-to-V and V-to-V coarticulation in French: A corpus-based study
F Guitard-Ivent, G Turco, C Fougeron – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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When a psycholinguist enters the multilingual classroom
T Angelovska – English Pronunciation Instruction: Research …, 2021 – books.google.com
Page 60. Chapter 3 When a psycholinguist enters the multilingual classroom Bridging the gap between psycholinguistics and pronunciation teaching Tanja Angelovska University of Salzburg There is a general agreement that …

Word stress in speech perception
A Cutler, A Jesse – The Handbook of Speech Perception, 2021 – Wiley Online Library
Page 1. The Handbook of Speech Perception, Second Edition. Edited by Jennifer S. Pardo, Lynne C. Nygaard, Robert E. Remez, and David B. Pisoni. © 2021 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Published 2021 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc …

Acoustic classification of coronal stops of Eastern Punjabi
Q Hussain, A Kochetov – Phonetica, 2021 – degruyter.com

Co-Occurrence of Hypernasality and Voice Impairment in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Acoustic Quantification
M Eshghi, KP Connaghan, SE Gutz, JD Berry… – Journal of Speech …, 2021 – ASHA
Purpose Hypernasality and atypical voice characteristics are common features of dysarthric speech due to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Existing acoustic measures have been developed to prima…

Personal Naming Patterns and Preferences Among Pashto Speech Community
KR Ghani Rahman, A Jan, NH Bukhari, M Ahmad… – Multicultural …, 2021 – ijdri.com
… 2124-2128). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Tuffour, AD, Joseph, A., &Asamoah-Poku, F. (2020).Phonological analysis of fish naming with particular reference to Akans in Ghana …

The Effects of Language Contact on Non-Native Vowel Sequences in Lexical Borrowings: The Case of Media Lengua
S Onosson, J Stewart – Language and Speech, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
Media Lengua (ML), a mixed language derived from Quichua and Spanish, exhibits a phonological system that largely conforms to that of Quichua acoustically. Yet, it incorporates a large number of vo…

Echoes of L1 Syllable Structure in L2 Phoneme Recognition
K Simeon-Yasufuku, G Doyle – Frontiers in Psychology, 2021 – frontiersin.org
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The Pacific Expansion: Optimizing phonetic transcription of archival corpora
R Billington12, H Stoakes, N Thieberger23 – 2021 – drive.google.com
… Can- berra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 2019, pp. 3787–3791. [33] MG Kendall and BB Smith, “Randomness and random sampling numbers,” Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, vol. 101, no. 1, pp. 147–166, 1938. [Online] …

Regional variation in British English voice quality
E Gold, C Kirchhübel, K Earnshaw, S Ross – English World-Wide, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
Abstract This study considers regional variation of voice quality in two varieties of British English – Southern Standard British English and West Yorkshire English. A comparison of voice quality profiles for three closely related but not identical northern varieties within West Yorkshire …

A multi-method approach to correlate identification in acoustic data: The case of Media Lengua
S Onosson, J Stewart – Laboratory Phonology, 2021 – journal-labphon.org
Page 1. Pre-Proof To appear in Laboratory Phonology. This version may differ slightly from the published article. Please cite the published version. A multi-method approach to correlate identification in acoustic data: The case of Media Lengua Sky Onosson1 and Jesse Stewart2 …

Syllable prominence in Unua
E Pearce, A Birchfield – 2021 – minerva-access.unimelb.edu.au
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Voicing contrasts in the singleton stops of Palestinian Arabic: Production and perception
N Tamim, S Hamann – Proc. Interspeech 2021, 2021 – researchgate.net
… Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association; 2019, pp. 2051–2055. [5] V. Kulikov, “Laryngeal contrast in Qatari Arabic: Effect of speaking rate on voice onset time.” Phonetica, 2020, vol. 77, pp. 163–185 …

An acoustic and articulatory study of rhotic and rhotic-nasal vowels of Kalasha
Q Hussain, J Mielke – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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1. The phonetics of Southern New Guinea languages? an overview
N Evans – 2021 – scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu
… In Calhoun, Sasha & Escudero, Paola & Tabain, Marija & Warren, Paul (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019, 16–19. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Evans, Nicholas …

Beyond correlation: acoustic transformation methods for the experimental study of emotional voice and speech
P Arias, L Rachman, M Liuni… – Emotion Review, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
While acoustic analysis methods have become a commodity in voice emotion research, experiments that attempt not only to describe but to computationally manipulate expressive cues in emotional voice…

“Repeat After Me”: Is There a Better Way to Correct Tone Errors in Teaching Mandarin Chinese as a Second
N Meng – The Acquisition of Chinese as a Second Language …, 2021 – books.google.com
… 2019 (pp. 1699–1703). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Williams, AM, & Hodges, NJ (2005). Practice, instruction and skill acquisition in soccer: Challenging tradition. Journal …

Prosodically conditioned consonant duration in djambarrpuy?u
K Jepson, J Fletcher, H Stoakes – Language and speech, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
Cross-linguistically, segments typically lengthen because of proximity to prosodic events such as intonational phrase or phonological phrase boundaries, a phrasal accent, or due to lexical stress. …

The phonetics of Papuan languages in Southern New Guinea: an overview
N Evans – … in Southern New Guinea edited by Kate …, 2021 – scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu
… In Calhoun, Sasha & Escudero, Paola & Tabain, Marija & Warren, Paul (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019, 16–19. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Evans, Nicholas …

“Repeat After Me”: Is There a Better Way to Correct Tone Errors in Teaching Mandarin Chinese as a Second Language?
N Meng – The Acquisition of Chinese as a Second Language …, 2021 – Springer
… 1699–1703). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc.Google Scholar. Williams, AM, & Hodges, NJ (2005). Practice, instruction and skill acquisition in soccer: Challenging tradition …

29 Register in languages of Mainland Southeast Asia: the state of the art
M Brunelle, TT T?n – The Languages and Linguistics of Mainland Southeast … – degruyter.com
Page 699. https://doi. org/10.1515/9783110558142-029 Marc Brunelle and T? Thành T?n 29 Register in languages of Mainland Southeast Asia: the state of the art 29.1 Introduction This chapter is an overview of what is known …

The vocal tract as a time machine: inferences about past speech and language from the anatomy of the speech organs
D Dediu, SR Moisik, WA Baetsen… – … of the Royal …, 2021 – royalsocietypublishing.org
While speech and language do not fossilize, they still leave traces that can be extracted and interpreted. Here, we suggest that the shape of the hard structures of the vocal tract may also allow i…

Phonetic correlates of laryngeal and place contrasts of Burushaski
Q Hussain – Speech Communication, 2021 – Elsevier
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Rethinking the frequency code: a meta-analytic review of the role of acoustic body size in communicative phenomena
B Winter, GE Oh, I Hübscher… – … of the Royal …, 2021 – royalsocietypublishing.org
The widely cited frequency code hypothesis attempts to explain a diverse range of communicative phenomena through the acoustic projection of body size. The set of phenomena includes size sound symb…

Using automated acoustic analysis to explore the link between planning and articulation in second language speech production
M Goldrick, Y Shrem, O Kilbourn-Ceron… – Language, cognition …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
Speakers learning a second language show systematic differences from native speakers in the retrieval, planning, and articulation of speech. A key challenge in examining the interrelationship betwe…

Perception of dialect variation
CG Clopper – The handbook of speech perception, 2021 – Wiley Online Library
Page 1. Part III Perception of Indexical Properties Page 2. Research on the perception of dialect variation has expanded dramatically since the early years of the twenty?first century. For the first edition of The Handbook of Speech …

On interdental fricatives in the first-layer dialects of Maghrebi Arabic
J Guerrero – Brill’s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics, 2021 – brill.com
Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation. English; ??; Deutsch. Access via: Google Googlebot – Web Crawler SEO. Login to my Brill account Create Brill Account. Publications. Subjects. African Studies American Studies Ancient …

An instructor’s beat gestures facilitate second language vocabulary learning from instructional videos: Behavioral and neural evidence
Z Pi, F Zhu, Y Zhang, J Yang – Language Teaching …, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
Instructional videos for teaching second language (L2) vocabulary often feature an instructor onscreen. The instructor in the video may involuntarily produce beat gestures with their hands, as occu…

Methodological and technical challenges of a corpus-based study of Naija
B Caron – West African languages. Linguistic theory and … – ceeol.com
Page 1. Bernard Caron ORCID 0000-0002-6955-8227 CNRS-LLACAN Methodological and technical challenges of a corpus-based study of Naija Abstract This paper presents early reflections on the NaijaSynCor survey (NSC …

On the Sound of Successful Meetings: How Speech Prosody Predicts Meeting Performance
O Niebuhr, R Böck, JA Allen – … of the 2021 International Conference on …, 2021 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. On the Sound of Successful Meetings: How Speech Prosody Predicts Meeting Performance Oliver Niebuhr University of Southern Denmark Sonderborg, Denmark olni@sdu.dk Ronald Böck Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany ronald.boeck …

Schnëssen. Surveying language dynamics in Luxembourgish with a mobile research app
N Entringer, P Gilles, S Martin, C Purschke – Linguistics Vanguard, 2021 – degruyter.com
… In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019, 1590–1594. Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc …

Lexical preference in second dialect acquisition in a second language
K Gnevsheva, A Szakay… – International Journal of …, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
Aims and objectives/purpose/research questions:How does second dialect acquisition in a second language compare to that in a first language in terms of rates and predictors of second dialect vocabu…

Intonation structuring of coherent Tuvan folklore narration
?? ????????, ?? ?????????… – ????? ???????????? …, 2021 – nit.tuva.asia
Page 1. 101 ????? ???????????? ???? www.nit.tuva.asia THE NEW RESEARCH OF TUVA Novye issledovaniia Tuvy 2021 ?4 Intonation structuring of coherent Tuvan folklore narration The article presents preliminary …

Hong Kong women project a larger body when speaking to attractive men
A Lee, E Ng – Frontiers in psychology, 2021 – europepmc.org
FULL TEXT Abstract: In this pilot study we investigated the vocal strategies of Cantonese women when addressing an attractive vs. unattractive male. We recruited 19…

Stop Voicing and F0 Perturbation in Pahari
N Rashid, AQ Khan, A Sohail, BA Abbasi – Acta Linguistica Asiatica, 2021 – revije.ff.uni-lj.si
… Cambridge University Press. Mirza, JS (1990). F0 perturbation effects of prevocalic stops on Punjabi tones. Proceedings of the Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 90, 400-405. Mohr, B. (1971). Intrinsic variations in the speech signal …

Everyday prevalence of foreigner-directed speech
K Rothermich, R Baker, S Falkins, J Kum, M Capps… – 2021 – osf.io
Page 1. FOREIGNER-DIRECTED SPEECH PREVALENCE 1 Everyday prevalence of foreigner-directed speech Kathrin Rothermich1, Rose Baker2, Sharon M. Falkins3, Jaeyoung Kum2, Madison R. Capps1, & Susan C. Bobb2 …

Kalasha (bumburet variety)
A Kochetov, P Arsenault, JH Petersen… – Journal of the …, 2021 – cambridge.org
Page 1. ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE IPA Kalasha (Bumburet variety) Alexei Kochetov University of Toronto al.kochetov@utoronto.ca Paul Arsenault Tyndale University parsenault@tyndale. ca Jan Heegård Petersen University of Copenhagen janhp@hum.ku.dk …

Do faces speak volumes? Social expectations in speech comprehension and evaluation across three age groups
A Hanulíková – PloS one, 2021 – journals.plos.org
An unresolved issue in social perception concerns the effect of perceived ethnicity on speech processing. Bias-based accounts assume conscious misunderstanding of native speech in the case of a speaker classification as nonnative, resulting in negative ratings and poorer …

The influence of social factors on the prosody of Spanish in contact with Basque
G Elordieta, M Romera – International Journal of Bilingualism, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
Aims and objectives/purpose/research questions:The main goal of this paper is to analyse how social factors determine the degree of occurrence of intonational features of Basque in Spanish in the B…

Perception of American English consonants/v/and/w/by Hindi speakers of English
V Grover, VL Shafer, L Campanelli… – Journal of Second …, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
Abstract This study examined perception of the American English (AE) /v/-/w/ consonant contrast by Hindi speakers of English as a second language (L2). A second aim was to determine whether residence in the US modulated perception of this difficult contrast for proficient bilingual …

Intonation structuring of coherent Tuvan folklore narration
TR Ryzhikova, AA Dobrinina, IM Plotnikov… – academia.edu
Page 1. 101 ????? ???????????? ???? www.nit.tuva.asia THE NEW RESEARCH OF TUVA Novye issledovaniia Tuvy 2021 ?4 Intonation structuring of coherent Tuvan folklore narration The article presents preliminary …

Understanding: Corpus Linguistics
D Barth, S Schnell – 2021 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Understanding Corpus Linguistics This textbook introduces the fundamental concepts and methods of corpus linguistics for students approaching this topic for the first time, putting specific emphasis on the enormous …

Sky Onosson
J Stewart – researchgate.net
Page 1. Sky Onosson University of Manitoba, Canada Jesse Stewart University of Saskatchewan, Canada Abstract Media Lengua (ML), a mixed language derived from Quichua and Spanish, exhibits a phonological system that largely conforms to that of Quichua acoustically …

The/aa/moment in Modern Hebrew
N Faust – Proceedings of IATL, 2021 – iatl.org.il
Page 1. 43 THE /a?a/ MOMENT IN MODERN HEBREW NOAM FAUST 1 Université Paris 8, CNRS SFL 1 Problem Modern Hebrew exhibits reduction of stem-final /a?a/ sequences into one stressed [a?]. This paper aims to provide an explanation for this fact …

Acoustic Features of Burst Release: A Study of Welsh Plosives
S Jaworski, M Baran – Roczniki Humanistyczne, 2021 – ceeol.com
… “Fortis-Lenis or Voiced-Voiceless – Features of Welsh Consonants.” Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, edited by Sasha Calhoun et al., Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, 2019, pp. 3773–3776 …

Maintenance of phonetic and phonological distance in the English and Korean back vowel contours of heritage bilinguals
A Cheng – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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Word-initial consonant–vowel coordination in a lexical pitch-accent language
MS Lundmark, J Frid, G Ambrazaitis, S Schötz – Phonetica, 2021 – degruyter.com

3. Phonetics and Phonology of Ngkolmpu
MJ Carroll – 2021 – scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu
Page 1. Language Documentation & Conservation Special Publication No. 24 (2021) Phonetic fieldwork in Southern New Guinea ed. by Kate L. Lindsey & Dineke Schokkin, pp. 33–52 http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/ldc/ http://hdl.handle.net/24993 …

The Predictive Value of Non?Referential Beat Gestures: Early Use in Parent–Child Interactions Predicts Narrative Abilities at 5 Years of Age
I Vilà?Giménez, N Dowling, ÖE Demir?Lira… – Child …, 2021 – Wiley Online Library
Page 1. The Predictive Value of Non-Referential Beat Gestures: Early Use in Parent–Child Interactions Predicts Narrative Abilities at 5 Years of Age Ingrid Vil`a-Giménez Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Universitat de Girona Natalie Dowling University of Chicago …

Training non-native aspirated plosives with hand gestures: learners’ gesture performance matters
P Li, X Xi, F Baills, P Prieto – Language, Cognition and …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
This study investigates the impact of embodied training of pronunciation with visuospatial hand gestures cueing Mandarin aspirated plosives. Sixty-seven Catalan participants learned to pronounce an…

Sound-meaning relations in Japanese Tanka: Formant dispersion of vowels is associated with dominance and activity
J Auracher – Scientific Study of Literature, 2021 – jbe-platform.com
Abstract This study aimed to test sound-meaning relations in Japanese poetry. To this end, participants assessed the sentiments expressed in a random selection of Tanka (a specific form of Japanese poetry) on six bipolar scales comprising Evaluation (emotional valence), Potency …

Analyzing phonetic data with generalized additive mixed models
YY Chuang, J Fon, I Papakyritsis… – Manual of Clinical …, 2021 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. 108 10 ANALYZING PHONETIC DATA WITH GENERALIZED ADDITIVE MIXED MODELS Yu-Ying Chuang, Janice Fon, Ioannis Papakyritsis, and Harald Baayen Introduction: A clinical example To investigate the realizations …

Language Acquisition. To Appear, Subject to Editing Changes, in N. Evans & S. Fedden (eds.), the Oxford Guide to Papuan Languages
B Hellwig, H Sarvasy, M Casillas – 2021 – psyarxiv.com
Page 1. 1 Language Acquisition 1. Introduction Studies of Papuan languages played an early and important role in the emergence and development of the language socialization paradigm within linguistic anthropology:1 especially …

Infant-directed Speech by Dutch Fathers: Increased Pitch Variability within and across Utterances
T Benders, J StGeorge, R Fletcher – Language Learning and …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
Although both fathers and mothers speak differently in infant-directed speech (IDS) compared to adult-directed speech (ADS), the acoustic characteristics of present-day paternal IDS are still insuf…

Lecturing in L1 Dutch and in L2 English. A pairwise comparison of speech samples of three HE lecturers
A Schüppert, P Heisterkamp – Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 2021 – Elsevier
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A word or two about nonwords: Frequency, semantic neighborhood density, and orthography-to-semantics consistency effects for nonwords in the lexical decision task …
P Hendrix, CC Sun – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning …, 2021 – psycnet.apa.org
For the most part, the effects of lexical-distributional properties of words on visual word recognition are well-established. More uncertainty remains, however, about the influence of these properties on lexical processing for nonwords. The work presented here investigates the mechanisms …

A Preliminary Study on Third Tone Sandhi in Malaysian Mandarin
PS Chiew – Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2021 – ejssh.uitm.edu.my
… In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1465-1469). S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, and P. Warren (Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc., Canberra, Australia). Khoo, KU (2017) …

Including Bilingual Participants in Cognitive Research
A Prior, JG van Hell – Bilingualism Across the Lifespan – taylorfrancis.com
… In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th international congress of the phonetic sciences (pp. 2305–2309). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Baum, S., & Titone, D. (2014) …

The Role of Delayed Output on Second/Foreign Language Pronunciation in Children
H Ehbara, M Young-Scholten… – Teaching Practices and …, 2021 – igi-global.com
Page 1. 23 Copyright © 2021, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited. Chapter 2 DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-6487-5.ch002 ABSTRACT Effective language …

The role of gestural timing in non-coronal fricative mergers in Southwestern Mandarin: Acoustic evidence from a dialect island
D Rao, JA Shaw – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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An ERP study on the perception of Korean stop sounds/t/,/t’/, and/th
SY Lee, J Cho, K Nam, HA Jeon, Y Kim – Lingua, 2021 – Elsevier
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Kalasha (Bumburet variety)
P Arsenault – academia.edu
Page 1. Accelerating the world’s research. Kalasha (Bumburet variety) Paul Arsenault Journal of the International Phonetic Association Cite this paper Get the citation in MLA, APA, or Chicago styles Downloaded from Academia.edu ? Related papers …

Tapping into linguistic rhythm
T Rathcke, CY Lin, S Falk, SD Bella – Laboratory Phonology, 2021 – kops.uni-konstanz.de
Page 1. Rathcke, T., et al. 2021 Tapping into linguistic rhythm. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 12(1): 11, pp. 1–32. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/ labphon.248 lab la phon Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology …

Sound symbolism in Chinese children’s literature
X Wang – Cognitive Linguistics, 2021 – degruyter.com
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Prosodic prominence and focus: Expectation affects interpretation in Samoan and English
S Calhoun, E Wollum… – Language and Speech, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
This paper looks at the perception of prosodic prominence and the interpretation of focus position in the unrelated languages, Samoan and English. In many languages, prosodic prominence is a key ma…

The missing link in Spanish heritage trill production
G Repiso-Puigdelliura, JY Kim – Bilingualism: Language and …, 2021 – cambridge.org
Page 1. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition cambridge.org/bil Research Article Cite this article: Repiso-Puigdelliura G, Kim JY (2020). The missing link in Spanish heritage trill production. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 1–13 …

An Individual-Differences Perspective on Variation in Heritage Mandarin Speakers
CB Chang, Y Yao – researchgate.net
… 2291–2295). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Chang, CB, Yao, Y., Haynes, EF, & Rhodes, R. (2011). Production of phonetic and phonological contrast by heritage speakers of Mandarin …

This is an ‘author accepted manuscript’of the following forthcoming article
P Meer, T Brato, JAM Flores – 2021 – researchgate.net
Page 1. 1 Extending automatic vowel formant extraction to New Englishes: A comparison of different methods Philipp Meer1,2 | Thorsten Brato3 | José Alejandro Matute Flores4 1 English Department, University of Münster, Germany …

Embodying rhythmic properties of a foreign language through hand-clapping helps children to better pronounce words
F Baills, P Prieto – Language Teaching Research, 2021 – journals.sagepub.com
This study tested the effects of hand-clapping to the rhythm of newly learned French words on the pronunciation of these words by 7- to 8-year-old Catalan children. In a short training experiment w…

Towards phonetic explanations for preferred sound patterns
P Hoole – Linguistic Preferences, 2021 – degruyter.com
Page 181. https://doi. org/10.1515/9783110721461-007 Philip Hoole Towards phonetic explanations for preferred sound patterns Abstract: We focus here on consonant clusters as a test-bed for an examination of the phonetic …

Phonetic and phonological considerations on the moraic status of pre-NC vowels in Bemba
S Hamann, NC Kula – Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, 2021 – journals.co.za
Page 1. © 2021 The authors. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 62, 2021, 57-74 doi: 10.5774/62-0-899 Phonetic and phonological considerations on the moraic status of …

Intrinsic fundamental frequency of Amharic vowels
M Van Doren – 2021 – escholarship.org
Page 1. UC San Diego San Diego Linguistic Papers, Issue 8 Title Intrinsic fundamental frequency of Amharic vowels Permalink https://escholarship.org/uc/item/3bj9x13m Author Van Doren, Maxine Publication Date 2021-01-25 eScholarship.org …

An exploration into Penultimate and Final Lengthening in Tswana (Southern Bantu)
F Schubö, I Bekker, R Pretorius, VK Wagner… – … Papers in Linguistics …, 2021 – journals.co.za
Page 1. © 2021 The authors. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, Vol. 62, 2021, 17-37 doi: 10.5842/62-0-891 An exploration into Penultimate and Final Lengthening in Tswana …

The contribution of visual articulatory gestures and orthography to speech processing: Evidence from novel word learning
C Pattamadilok, P Welby… – Journal of Experimental …, 2021 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
Page 1. HAL Id: hal-03189083 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-03189083 Submitted on 2 Apr 2021 HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of sci- entific research documents, whether they are pub- lished or not …

Disambiguating language attitudes held towards sociodemographic groups and geographic areas in South East England
A Cole – Journal of Linguistic Geography, 2021 – cambridge.org
Page 1. Article Disambiguating language attitudes held towards sociodemographic groups and geographic areas in South East England Amanda Cole Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, Colchester, UK …

Amurdak intersyllabic phonotactics and morphophonemic alternations as motivated by the Contact Law
R Mailhammer – Linguistic Preferences, 2021 – degruyter.com
… 2019. Rhotic contrasts in Arabana. In Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019, 1278–1282. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. Evans, Nicholas. 1998 …

Sociophonetic variation in English/l/in the child-directed speech of English-Malay bilinguals
JH Sim – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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Levodopa-Based Changes on Vocalic Speech Movements during Prosodic Prominence Marking
T Thies, D Mücke, R Dano, MT Barbe – Brain Sciences, 2021 – mdpi.com
The present study investigates speech changes in Parkinson’s disease on the acoustic and articulatory level with respect to prosodic prominence marking. To display movements of the underlying articulators, speech data from 16 patients with Parkinson’s disease were recorded …

The Value of Non-Referential Gestures: A Systematic Review of Their Cognitive and Linguistic Effects in Children’s Language Development
I Vilà-Giménez, P Prieto – Children, 2021 – mdpi.com
Speakers produce both referential gestures, which depict properties of a referent, and non-referential gestures, which lack semantic content. While a large number of studies have demonstrated the cognitive and linguistic benefits of referential gestures as well as their precursor …

Cross-generational Phonetic Alignment between Mothers and Their Children
T St. Pierre, A Cooper, EK Johnson – Language Learning and …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
Over time, people who spend a lot of time together (eg, roommates) begin sounding alike. Even over the course of short conversations, interlocutors often become more acoustically similar to one a…

The role of segment rate in speech tempo perception by English listeners
L Plug, R Smith – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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Revisiting the vowel mergers of East Anglia
KA Butcher – … –European Perspectives VIII: Selected papers from …, 2021 – books.google.com
Page 60. Chapter 3 Revisiting the vowel mergers of East Anglia Correlations of moan, mown and goose Kerri-Ann Butcher University of Cambridge This study revisits the longstanding distinction between/u:/(moan) and/?u/ (mown …

A lack of phonological inherentness
A Baratta – Pragmatics of Accents, 2021 – books.google.com
Page 150. A lack of phonological inherentness Perceptions of accents in UK education Alex Baratta The University of Manchester, United Kingdom This paper addresses accent preference in the context of UK teaching. From …

Error Analysis in Chinese Initials Made by Bangladeshi Learners at Elementary Level
N Akter – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. International Journal of Linguistics ISSN 1948-5425 2021, Vol. 13, No. 3 www.macrothink.org/ijl 36 Error Analysis in Chinese Initials Made by Bangladeshi Learners at Elementary Level Nilu Akter Department of Teaching …

Evidence for active control of tongue lateralization in Australian English/l
J Ying, JA Shaw, C Carignan, M Proctor, D Derrick… – Journal of …, 2021 – Elsevier
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Keeping a Critical Eye on Majority Language Influence: The Case of Uptalk in Heritage Spanish
JY Kim, G Repiso-Puigdelliura – Languages, 2021 – mdpi.com
The goal of this study is to highlight the importance of taking into account variations in monolingual grammars before discussing majority language influence as a possible source of heritage speakers’ divergent grammars. In this study, we examine the production of uptalk in Spanish …

Articulatory coordination distinguishes complex segments from segment sequences
JA Shaw, S Oh, K Durvasula, A Kochetov – Phonology, 2021 – cambridge.org
Page 1. Articulatory coordination distinguishes complex segments from segment sequences* Jason A. Shaw Yale University Sejin Oh CUNY Graduate Center and Haskins Laboratories Karthik Durvasula Michigan State University Alexei Kochetov University of Toronto …

Integrating prosody in anticipatory language processing: how listeners adapt to unconventional prosodic cues
C Nakamura, JA Harris, SA Jun – Language, Cognition and …, 2021 – Taylor & Francis
A growing body of research suggests that language users integrate diverse sources of information in processing and adapt to the variability of language at multiple levels. In two visual-world parad…

Variation in the articulation of Russian stressed vowels and the mechanics of palatalization in consonants
ME Cavar, SM Lulich – Phonological Data and Analysis, 2021 – scholar.archive.org
Page 1. 1 p?? Phonological Data & Analysis Volume 3, Article 3: 1–44 (2021) https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v3art3.31 Received 24 July 2019; revised 21 September 2020; accepted 28 November 2020. © 2021 Cavar & Lulich …

Sociolinguistics Circle 2021
R Vandekerckhove, L Hilte, H Surkyn – medialibrary.uantwerpen.be
… In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019, 3011–3015. Canberra: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc …

Talker discontinuity disrupts attention to speech: Evidence from EEG and pupillometry
SJ Lim, YD Carter, JM Njoroge, BG Shinn-Cunningham… – bioRxiv, 2021 – biorxiv.org
Page 1. Talker discontinuity disrupts attention to speech: Evidence from EEG and pupillometry Sung-Joo Lim1*, Yaminah D. Carter1, J. Michelle Njoroge1, Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham2, and Tyler K. Perrachione1* 1. Department …

Toward an individual-difference perspective on phonologization
AC Yu – Glossa: a journal of general linguistics, 2021 – par.nsf.gov
Page 1. Toward an individual-difference perspective on phonologization Alan CL Yu University of Chicago 1115 E. 58th Street, Chicago, IL 60637 aclyu@uchicago.edu Word count: 10293 Abstract Phonologization is o ten understood …

11 Sociophonetics
Z Fagyal, J Davidson – Manual of Romance Phonetics and Phonology – degruyter.com
Page 356. https://doi. org/10.1515/9783110550283-012 Zsuzsanna Fagyal and Justin Davidson 11 Sociophonetics Abstract: In this paper we review current findings in the interdisciplinary field of sociophonetics, focusing on …

and Harald Baayen
YY Chuang, J Fon, I Papakyritsis – Manual of Clinical Phonetics, 2021 – books.google.com
Page 139. 10 ANALYZING PHONETIC DATA WITH GENERALIZED ADDITIVE MIXED MODELS Yu-Ying Chuang, Janice Fon, Ioannis Papakyritsis, and Harald Baayen Introduction: A clinical example To investigate the realizations …

Effects of dialect-specific features and familiarity on cross-dialect phonetic convergence
JP Ross, KD Lilley, CG Clopper, JS Pardo, SV Levi – Journal of Phonetics, 2021 – Elsevier
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English in East and South Asia
EL Low, A Pakir – api.taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. This book provides the first systematic and comprehensive account of English in East and South Asia (EESA) based on current research by scholars in the field. It has several unique features. Firstly, it provides …

/r/-sandhi in the speech of Queen Elizabeth II
JA Mompean – Journal of the International Phonetic Association – cambridge.org
Page 1. /r/-sandhi in the speech of Queen Elizabeth II Jose A. Mompean Department of English, University of Murcia mompean@um.es This paper looks at the use of /r/-sandhi in the speech of Queen Elizabeth II. Potential contexts …

25 Judeo-Spanish
TG Bradley – Manual of Romance Phonetics and Phonology – degruyter.com
Page 822. https://doi. org/10.1515/9783110550283-026 Travis G. Bradley 25 Judeo-Spanish Abstract: Judeo-Spanish refers to the varieties of Spanish spoken by the Sephardic Jews, who were expelled from Spain in 1492 and …

The perception of word stress cues in Papuan Malay: A typological perspective and experimental investigation
C Kaland – Laboratory Phonology, 2021 – journal-labphon.org

Leveraging African American English Knowledge: Cognition and Multidialectal Processing
RE Weissler – 2021 – deepblue.lib.umich.edu
Page 1. Leveraging African American English Knowledge: Cognition and Multidialectal Processing by Rachel Elizabeth Weissler A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy …

Function Words at the Interface: A Two-Tier Approach
T Bögel – Languages, 2021 – mdpi.com
The distinction between function words and content words poses a challenge to theories of the syntax–prosody interface. On the one hand, function words are “ignored” by the mapping algorithms; that is, function words are not mapped to prosodic words. On the other hand, there …

15 The phonology of Romance contact varieties
C Gabriel, U Reich – Manual of Romance Phonetics and Phonology – degruyter.com
Page 476. https://doi. org/10.1515/9783110550283-016 Christoph Gabriel and Uli Reich 15 The phonology of Romance contact varieties Abstract: The present chapter provides an overview of segmental and prosodic prop- erties of Romance contact varieties …

French Studies: Language and Linguistics
B Peeters – The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, 2021 – brill.com
Jump to Content Jump to Main Navigation. English; ??; français; Deutsch. Access via: Google Googlebot – Web Crawler SEO. Login to my Brill account Create Brill Account. Publications. Subjects. African Studies American Studies …

Bilingualism Across The Lifespan
WS Francis – api.taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. BILINGUALISM ACROSS THE LIFESPAN Bilingualism Across the Lifespan explores the opportunities and challenges that are inherent in conducting cognitive research in an increasingly global and multilingual society …

Papuan Malay–A Language of the Austronesian-Papuan Contact Zone
A Kluge – Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics …, 2021 – evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu
Page 1. Copyright vested in the author; Creative Commons Attribution Licence Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society JSEALS 14.1 (2021): 39-72 ISSN: 1836-6821, DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/52479 University of Hawai?i Press …

Cognate effects in intra-sentential codeswitching in trilinguals-evidence from a read-aloud task
A Schimpff – 2021 – lup.lub.lu.se
Page 1. Cognate effects in intra-sentential codeswitching in trilinguals – evidence from a read-aloud task Annika Schimpff Supervisor: Prof. Dr. M. Gullberg Centre for Language and Literature, Lund University MA in Language …

Learning second language speech perception in natural settings
ER Felker – 2021 – repository.ubn.ru.nl
… In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th ICPhS, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 383–387). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association In Page 23. Evaluating dictation task measures 14 …

Against phonologically-optimizing suppletive allomorphy (POSA) in Irish, Tiene, Katu, and Konni
N Rolle – Acta Linguistica Academica, 2021 – akjournals.com
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Creaky voice in commercials: a study of functions of vocal fry in audio-visual presentation of a brand.
A Nani? – 2021 – dspace.cuni.cz
Page 1. 1 UNIVERZITA KARLOVA Filozofická fákultá USTAV ANGLICKE HO JAZYKA A DIDAKTIKY DIPLOMOVA PRA CE Bc. Adá Nánic Creáky voice in commerciáls: á study of functions of vocál fry in áudio-visuál presentátion of á bránd …

Bilingualism Across the Lifespan: Opportunities and Challenges for Cognitive Research in a Global Society
WS Francis – 2021 – books.google.com
Page 1. BILINGUALISM ACROSS THE LIFESPAN Bilingualism Across the Lifespan explores the opportunities and challenges that are inherent in conducting cognitive research in an increasingly global and multilingual society …

Singing Through the Oboe-Voicing and Other Vocal Techniques Within Playing and Teaching
K Tracz – 2021 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. TRACZ, KELLEY IRENE, DMA Singing Through the Oboe – Voicing and Other Vocal Techniques within Playing and Teaching (2021) Directed by Dr. Ashley Barret. 98 pp. Learning to “sing through the instrument” is the center of many wind players’ approach …