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
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, Barcelona. 2245-2248. [pdf]
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 Maryland Dental School, Baltimore, 6, 18-55. [pdf]
Pouplier, M. An ultrasound investigation of speech errors. Working Papers and Technical Reports, Vocal Tract Visualization Laboratory, University of Maryland Dental School, Baltimore, 6, 1-17.
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 Technology (Interspeech), Lisbon. 2157-2160. [pdf]
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. Between 'whims of fashion' and 'phonetic law': Performance constraints in speech production in the face of linguistic diversity. In Il farsi e disfarsi del linguaggio. Acquisizione, mutamento e destruttutrazione della strutura sonora del linguagguo / Language acquisition and language loss. Acquisition, change and disorders of the language sound structure, edited by M. Vayra, C. Avesani, and F. Tamburini (AISV, Milano), pp. 41-57.
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), 67-88.
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), 75-90.
Pouplier, M., and 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, edited by P. van Lieshout, B. Maasen, and H. Terband (American Speech, Language & Hearing Association), pp. 257-274.
Pouplier, M., Marin, S., Hoole, P., & Kochetov, A. (2017). Speech rate effects in Russian onset clusters are modulated by frequency, but not auditory cue robustness. Journal of Phonetics, 64, 108-126
Hoole, P., and Pouplier, M. Öhman returns: New horizons in the collection and analysis of articulatory imaging data, Computer Speech and Language, 45, 253-277.
Pastätter, M., and Pouplier, M. Articulatory mechanisms underlying onset-vowel organization, Journal of Phonetics, 65, 1-14.
Pouplier, M., Cederbaum, J., Hoole, P., Marin, S., and Greven, S. (in press). "Mixed modeling for irregularly sampled and correlated functional data: speech science applications," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America