Abstraction, Diversity, and Speech Dynamics

IPS Workshop
Herrsching am Ammersee, 03rd–05th May 2017

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Wednesday May 3 2017

9:20

Welcome

9:30-10:15

James McQueen
Speech perception: As abstract as it needs to be

10:15-10:35

Molly Babel, Brianne Senior, and Karina Wong
A first attempt at modeling social preferences in perceptual learning

10:35-10:55

Alessandro Vietti, Lorenzo Spreafico, Vincenzo Galatà, and Constantijn Kaland
Mapping language experience onto phonetic categories

10:55-11:15

COFFEE BREAK

11:15-12:00

Janet Pierrhumbert
Learning socio-indexical features of words

12:00-12:20

Laura Spinu
Survival and neutralization of a rare cross-linguistic contrast: the case of Romanian palatalized postalveolars

12:20-14:00

LUNCH

14:00-14:45

Jan Edwards
When ears collide: Mismatch and phonological development

14:45-15:05

Núria Esteve-Gibert, Hélène Loevenbruck, Marion Dohen, and Mariapaola D'Imperio
The use of prosody and gestures for the production of contrastive focus in French-speaking 4 and 5 year olds

15:05-15:30

COFFEE BREAK

15:30-17:00

Poster Session 1

17:00-17:20

Wolfram Ziegler, Hanna Jakob, Katharina Lehner, and Ingrid Aichert
A „Phonological Mind” in our brains? Evidence from patients with brain lesions.

17:20-17:40

Doris Muecke, Anne Hermes and Tabea Thies
Discrete categories and continuous speech dynamics in typical and atypical speech: How much variability is tolerated by the phonological system?

17:40

WELCOME RECEPTION

18:30

DINNER

Thursday May 4 2017

8:30-9:15

Esther Janse
Spoken language processing across the adult life span

9:15-9:35

Merel Maslowski, Antje S. Meyer and Hans Rutger Bosker
When slow speech sounds fast: How the speech rate of one talker influences perception of another talker

9:35-9:55

Matthias Sjerps, Caicai Zhang and Gang Peng
Unequal effects in the normalization of lexical tone and the normalization of vowel quality

9:55-10:15

Helena Levy, Lars Konieczny and Adriana Hanulíková
Long-term effects of accent exposure on perception and production

10:15-10:30

COFFEE BREAK

10:30-12:30

Poster Session 2

12:30-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-14:45

Pascal Perrier
From abstract phonemes to speech movements: the role of orofacial biomechanics and multisensory motor goals

14:45-15:30

Adamantios Gafos
Nearly-decomposable hierarchies, symbolic grammars and pervasiveness of dynamics

15:30-16:00

COFFEE BREAK

16:00-16:45

Douglas Shiller
Auditory adaptation effects in speech motor control

16:45-17:30

Caroline Niziolek
How do communicative goals affect continuous speech dynamics?

17:30-17:50

Mareike Flögel and Christian Kell
Adaptation to dichotically presented spectral and temporal real-time perturbations of auditory speech feedback

18:30

DINNER

Friday May 5 2017

8:30-9:15

Jennifer Cole
Individual differences and attentional effects on cue weighting for prosody perception

9:15-10:00

Ann Bradlow
Language-independent talker-specificity in bilingual speech production

10:00-10:30

COFFEE BREAK

10:30-11:15

Matthew Goldrick
Dynamics of lexical access and speech articulation

11:15-11:35

Martin Corley, Eleanor Drake and Sara Knight
Using Ultrasound Speech Imaging to Investigate Within- and Cross-Language Interference in Word Production

11:35-11:55

Melissa Redford and Sara Pacchiarotti
Temporal information marks person in a Northern Lazio Italian variety

11:55-12:15

Farewell, Closing remarks

12:30

OPTIONAL LUNCH (if booked with registration)

Poster Session 1, Wednesday 3 May 15:30 - 17:00

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AUTHORS

TITLE

1

Bosker, Hans Rutger;

How your own speech rate can change how you listen to others

2

Athanasopoulou, Angeliki; Lilley, Jason; Spinu, Laura

Exploring the front fricative contrast in Greek: a study of acoustic variability based on cepstral coefficients

3

Bruni, Jagoda; Duran, Daniel; Dogil, Grzegorz

Simulationg language change and dynamics - example of Tswana.

4

Grohe, Ann-Kathrin; Weber, Andrea

Producing accented words without self-listening improves word memory

5

Chen, Si; Yiqing, Zhu; Wayland, Ratree

Minimum time for producing and perciving pitch directions by tonal and non-tonal speakers

6

Eger, Nikola Anna; Reinisch, Eva

The effect of one's own voice and production skills on word recognition in a second language

7

Llompart, Miquel; Reinisch, Eva

The not-so-selective adaptation of vowels

8

Meynadier, Yohann; Dufour, Sophie

On the perception of voicing in whisper: a cross-modal semantic priming study

9

Mitterer, Holger

How much abstraction is too much? The case of gemination

10

Guitard-Ivent, Fanny; Fougeron, Cécile

C-to-V coarticulation in spontaneous French: An acoustic and perceptual study.

11

Barón, Leonard; Nguyen, Noel

Rhythmic convergence during conversational interactions: preliminary evidence in Spanish-speaking dyads

12

Egurtzegi, Ander

Reciprocal metathesis: The case of Basque

13

Kwon, Harim; Chitoran, Ioana; Pouplier, Marianne; Lentz, Tomas; Kamiyama, Takeki; Hoole, Philip

What native language can and cannot do: perception of onset consonant clusters

14

Krüger, Stella; Noiray, Aude; Ries, Jan

The development of vowel space in German speaking children

15

Karen Banai and Limor Lavie

Exposure-induced and training-induced learning of distorted speech: Does learning fail those who need it most?

16

Mirjam Broersma

Introducing the Ventriloquist paradigm: Combining dialogue with full control over phonetic detail

17

Asano, Yuki; Yuen, Sinkwan

Asymmetric representations of lexical pitch

18

Lennon, Robert; Stuart-Smith, Jane; Smith, Rachel

Tracking the timecourse of perception: Ambiguous rhoticity in Glasgow

19

Philip Hoole, Laura Sichlinger

Probing the representation of temporal structure in speech using auditory feedback manipulation

20

Yafit Gabay, Avi Karni, and Karen Banai

The perceptual learning of time-compressed speech: A comparison of training protocols with different levels of difficulty

Poster Session 2, Thursday 4 May 10:30 - 12:30

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AUTHORS

TITLE

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Abakarova, Dzhuma; Iskarous, Khalil; Ries, Jan; Noiray, Aude

Quantifying coarticulation versus invariance in German

2

Fuchs, Susanne; Reichel, Uwe; Rochter-Capellan, Amélie

How different motions affect lexical access and linguistic structure in a spontaneous speech task

3

Fougeron, Cecile; Falk, Simone

Rate variation in speech and other motor activities

4

Marin, Stefania; Pouplier, Marianne; Hoole, Philip; Pastätter, Manfred; Bombien, Lasse; Chitoran, Ioana; Kochetov, Alexei

Towards a typology of consonant coarticulation: gauging the space between universal and language-specific patterns of consonant timing

5

Rodd, Joe; Bosker, Hans Rutger; ten Bosch, Louis; Meyer, Antje S.; Ernestus, Mirjam

How we regulate speech rate: phonetic evidence for a 'gain strategy' in speech planning

6

Noiray, Aude; Abakarova, Dzhuma; Elina, Rubertus; Ries, Jan

On the domain of intra-syllabic coarticulation in German children

7

Elina, Rubertus; Ries, Jan; Noiray, Aude

V-to-V coarticulation direction in children and adults: An ultrasound study

8

Lewandowski, Natalie; Duran, Daniel

Exemplar-theoretic modeling of phonetic convergence in dialogs

9

Seung Kyung, Kim

Word Length Modulates the Effect of Emotional Prosody

10

Easterday, Shelece

Highly complex syllable structure: a motivated and stable feature

11

Spinu, Laura; Vasilescu, Ioana; Vieru, Bianca; Lamel, Lori; Lilley, Jason

Phonetic variation and contrast neutralization patterns in Romanian fricatives across different speech styles

12

Bosker, Hans Rutger; Cooke, Martin

Comparing the rhythmic properties of plain and Lombard speech

13

Schertz; Jessamyn; Kang, Yoonjung; Han, Sungwoo

Phonetic cue enhancement in hyperarticulation of Korean sibilants

14

Cunha, Conceição; Spreafico, Lorenzo

Temporal organization of initial fricative clusters in simultaneous bilingual speakers

15

Shattuck-Hufnagel , Stefanie; Choi, Elizabeth Jueng-Yoon; Bell Rebecca

Acoustic cues to distinctive features: an approach to quantifying and categorizing large samples of dynamic speech data

16

Schölderle, Theresa; Haas, Elisabet; Ziegler, Wolfram

The interplay of phonetics and phonology in speech development – A study of children with dysarthria

17

Aichert, Ingrid; Lehner, Katharina; Falk, Simone; Ziegler, Wolfram

Do patients with speech production impairments benefit from auditory priming with a regular metrical pattern?

18

Valentin Hofmann and Daniela Müller

Rhotic metathesis in CVrC and CrVC syllables: Evidence from Modern Croatian

19

Lia Saki Bučar Shigemori and Marianne Pouplier

Effect of phrasal accent on the articulation of Slovak /l/ in different syllable positions


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