Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung
Schellingstraße 3, R. 217 VG
phone: +49-(0)89-2180 2811
email: pouplier at phonetik dot uni-muenchen dot de
Articulatory patterns across languages and their implications for the cognitive representation of speech (with Ioana Chitoran; travel grant of the Bayerisch-Französisches Hochschulzentrum (BFHZ))
Basic Research in Speech Disorders. LMU excellent with Jonathan Harrington, Philip Hoole and Wolfram Ziegler
Timing and Cohesion of Gestures in Speech Production (DFG Emmy-Noether Grant) 2007 - 2013
Workshop proceedings: Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity. Eds Philip Hoole, Lasse Bombien, Marianne Pouplier, Christine Mooshammer, Barbara Kühnert. Mouton de Gruyter (Interface Exploration Series), 2012. [publishers website]
Publications and manuscripts
Pouplier, M. Referential subject and object gaps in Modern Icelandic. Nordlyd 31(2), 361-375.
Pouplier, M. The dynamics of error. In M-J. Solé, D. Recasens & J.
Romero (Ed.s), Proceedings
of the 15th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences,
Pouplier, M. Units of Phonological Encoding: Empirical Evidence. PhD Thesis. [pdf]
Whalen, D., Magen, H., Pouplier, M., Kang, M. & Iskarous, K. Vowel production and perception: Hyperarticulation without a hyperspace effect. Language and Speech 47(2), 155-174.
Whalen, D., Magen, H., Pouplier, M., Kang, M. & Iskarous, K. Vowel targets without a hyperspace effect. Letter to the Editor. Language 80(3), 377-378.
Pouplier, M., Buchwald, A. & Stone, M. A tagged
cine-MRI and ultrasound study of the German vowel system. Working Papers and Technical Reports,
Vocal Tract Visualization Laboratory, University of
Pouplier, M. An ultrasound investigation of speech
errors. Working Papers and Technical
Reports, Vocal Tract Visualization Laboratory, University of
Pouplier, M. & Goldstein, L. Asymmetries in the perception of speech production errors. Journal of Phonetics 33, 47-75. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. & Stone M. A tagged Cine-MRI
investigation of German vowels. Proceedings
of the 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and
Pouplier, M. & Hardcastle, W. A re-evaluation of the nature of speech errors in normal and disordered speakers. Phonetica (62), 227-243. [pdf]
Goldstein, L., Pouplier, M., Chen, L., Saltzman, E. & Byrd, D. Dynamic action units slip in speech production errors. Cognition (103/3), 386-412. [pdf]
Kochetov, Pouplier, Son. Cross-language differences in overlap and assimilation patterns in Korean and Russian. Proceedings of XVI ICPhS, Saarbrücken, 1361-1364. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. Tongue kinematics during utterances elicited with the SLIP technique. Language and Speech, 50(3) [pdf] (final draft)
Pouplier, M. Articulatory perspectives on errors. In Schütze, C.T. & Ferreira, V.S. (Eds.). Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America Summer Institute, Workshop State of the Art in Speech Error Research, MIT/Harvard 2005. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, 53, 115-132. [pdf]
Scobbie, J., Pouplier, M., Wrench, A. Conditioning factors in external sandhi: an EPG study of English /l/ vocalisation. Proceedings of XVI ICPhS, Saarbrücken, 441-444. [pdf]
Son, M., Kochetov, A. & Pouplier, M. The role of gestural overlap in perceptual place assimilation in Korean. In J. Cole & J. Hualde (Eds.). Papers in Laboratory Phonology IX. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. The role of a coda consonant as error trigger in repetition tasks. Journal of Phonetics, 36, 114-140. [pdf]
Kröger, B.; Pouplier, M., Tiede, M. An evaluation of the Aurora system as a flesh-point tracking tool for speech production research. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 31, 1-8. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. & Waltl, S. Articulatory timing of coproduced gestures and its implications for models of speech production. Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar of Speech Production, Strasbourg. [pdf]
Marin, S. & Pouplier, M. Organization of Complex Onsets and Codas in American English: Evidence for a Competitive Coupling Model. Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar of Speech Production, Strasbourg [pdf]
Kochetov, A. & Pouplier, M. Phonetic variability and
grammatical knowledge. An articulatory study of Korean place assimilation. Phonology
Pouplier, M. & Goldstein, L. Intention in Articulation: Articulatory timing of coproduced gestures and its implications for models of speech production. Language and Cognitive Processes, 25(5), 616-649. [pdf]
Marin, S., Pouplier, M. & Harrington J. Acoustic consequences of articulatory variability during productions of /t/ and /k/ and its implications for speech error research. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127(1), 445-461 [pdf]
Scobbie, J. & Pouplier, M. Conditioning factors in external sandhi: an EPG study of vocalisation and retraction of word-final English /l/. Journal of Phonetics, 38(2), 240-259. [pdf]
Iskarous, K., Pouplier, M., Marin, S. & Harrington, J. The interaction between prosodic boundaries and accent in the production of sibilants. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, 100197:1-4. [pdf]
Marin, S. & Pouplier, M. Temporal organization of complex onsets and codas in American English: Testing the predictions of a gestural coupling model. Motor Control 14(3), 380-407. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. The atoms of phonological representations. In Marc van Oostendorp, Keren Rice, Beth Hume, Colin Ewen (eds). The Blackwell Companion to Phonology. Wiley-Blackwell.
Pouplier, M., Hoole, Ph. & Scobbie, J. Investigating the asymmetry of English sibilant assimilation: acoustic and EPG data. Journal of Laboratory Phonology 2(1), 1-33. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. & Beňu, . On the phonetic status of syllabic consonants: Evidence from Slovak. Journal of Laboratory Phonology, 2(2), 243-273. [pdf]
Beňu, . & Pouplier, M. Jaw movement in vowels and liquids forming the syllable nucleus. Interspeech 2011.
Hoole, Ph., Kühnert, B. & Pouplier, M. System-related variation. The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Ed.s M. Huffman, C. Fougeron, A. Cohn, pages 115-130. Oxford University Press.
Pouplier, M. The gestural approach to syllable structure: Universal, language- and cluster-specific aspects. In Fuchs, Weihrich, Pape, Perrier (ed.s) Speech Planning and Dynamics. Peter Lang. 63-96.
Pouplier, M. The gaits of speech: re-examining the role of articulatory effort in spoken language. In Maria-Josep Solé, Daniel Recasens (ed.s). The Initiation of Sound Change: Perception, Production, and Social Factors. John Benjamins.
Philip Hoole, Lasse Bombien, Marianne Pouplier, Christine Mooshammer, Barbara Kühnert (Eds). Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity. Mouton de Gruyter (Interface Exploration Series), 2012. [publishers website].
Harrington, J., Hoole, Ph., Pouplier, M. Future directions in speech production. The Bloomsbury Companion to Phonetics. Eds Rachael-Anne Knight & Mark Jones. London: Bloomsbury, 242-259.
Kochetov, A., Pouplier, M. & Truong, S. A preliminary ultrasound study of Nepali lingual articulations. Proceedings of Meetings in Acoustics (POMA) online 2013.
Hoole, P., Pouplier, M., Beňu, . & Bombien, L. Articulatory coordination in obstruent-sonorant clusters and syllabic consonants: data and modelling. In L. Spreafico & A. Vietti (eds.), Rhotics. New Data and Perspectives, Bolzano University Press, 81-97.
Marin, S. & Pouplier, M. Articulatory synergies in the temporal organization of liquid clusters in Romanian. Journal of Phonetics, 42, 24-36.
Goldstein, L., & Pouplier, M. The temporal organization of speech. In Victor Ferreira, Matthew Goldrick and Michele Miozzo (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Production. Oxford: Oxford University Press. To appear 2014.
Pastätter, M. & Pouplier, M. The temporal coordination of Polish onset and coda clusters containing sibilants. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne, Germany, 5-8 May 2014.
Pastätter, M. & Pouplier, M. The articulatory modeling of German coronal consonants using TADA. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne, Germany, 5-8 May 2014.
Pouplier, M., Hoole, Ph., Cederbaum, J., Greven, S. & Pastätter, M. Perceptual and articulatory factors in German fricative assimilation. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne, Germany, 5-8 May 2014.
Pouplier, M. & Goldstein L. The relationship between planning and execution is more than duration: Response to Goldrick & Chu. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29(9), 1097 1099. DOI:10.1080/01690965.2013.834063
Cederbaum, J., Greven, S., Pouplier, M., & Hoole, P. (2014). Functional linear mixed model for irregularly spaced phonetics data. Proceedings of the 29th International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, 1, 75-80.
Pouplier, M., Marin, S., Waltl, S. Voice onset time in consonant cluster errors: Can phonetic accommodation differentiate cognitive from motor errors? Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 57, 1577-1588.
Hoole, Ph. & Pouplier, M. Interarticulatory coordination. In Melissa Redford (ed.), Handbook of Speech Production. Wiley-Blackwell. 2015.
Pastätter, M. & Pouplier, M. (2015) Onset-vowel timing as a function of coarticulation resistance: Evidence from articulatory data. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, 10-14 August 2015.
Bučar Shigemori, L. S. & Pouplier, M. & Beňu, (2015) Phonemic length and phrasal accent in Slovak consonantal and vocalic nuclei. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, 10-14 August 2015.
Marin, S., Pouplier, M. & Kochetov, A. Timing patterns of word-initial obstruent-sonorant clusters in Russian. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, 10-14 August 2015.
Pouplier, M., Marin, S. & Kochetov, A. Durational characteristics and timing patterns of Russian onset clusters at two speaking rates. Interspeech, Dresden
Pouplier, M. & Hoole, Ph. Articulatory and acoustic characteristics of German fricative clusters. Phonetica, 73, 52-78.
Cederbaum, J., Pouplier, M., Hoole, P., & Greven, S. Functional linear mixed models of irregularly or sparsely sampled data. Statistical Modelling, 16(2), doi 10.1177/1471082X15617594.
Pouplier, M. & van Lieshout P. Frontiers and challenges in speech error research: A gestural perspective on speech errors in normal and disordered populations. In Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech: Future Developments in Theory and Methodology. Eds. Pascal van Lieshout, Ben Maasen, Hayo Terband. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Marin, S., & Pouplier, M. Spontaneously occurring speech errors in German: BAS corpora analysis. In A. Gilles, V. B. Mititelu, D. Tufis & I. Vasilescu (Eds.), Errors by Humans and Machines in multimedia, multimodal and multilingual data processing. Bucharest: Editura Academiei Române (Romanian Academy Press)
Pouplier, M. Between 'whims of fashion' and 'phonetic law': Performance constraints in speech production in the face of linguistic diversity. Proceedings of AISV 2015.