- Jonathan Harrington (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)
- Gerry Docherty (Griffith University, Queensland, Australia)
- Paul Foulkes (University York, UK)
- Jane Stuart-Smith (Glasgow University, UK)
This workshop, to be held in conjunction with LabPhon 15, explores how phonological categories, sociophonetic variation, and dynamic information in speech signals are inter-related. It focuses on the synergies between the cognitive representation of sociophonetic knowledge and models that map phonological categories onto vocal tract dynamics. The topic is important because it has become increasingly apparent that the learning and representation of sociophonetic knowledge is dependent on time-varying signals and also because of the need to develop new techniques for quantifying dynamic acoustic information in speech. With a strong focus on methodology, the workshop will bring together researchers from a range of backgrounds concerned with quantifying speech dynamics and with understanding how sociophonetic knowledge is cognitively represented.
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Invited Speakers and Panellists
- Gerry Docherty, Griffith University, Australia
- Michele Gubian, University of Bristol, U.K.
- Andrew Plummer, Ohio State University, USA
- Florian Schiel/Jonathan Harrington, IPS-LMU, Germany
- Márton Sóskuthy University of York, U.K.
- Alessandro Vietti, University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
- Vincent Hughes/Paul Foulkes, University of York