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Programme

All take place in RH-LT1 and/or Mezzanine Foyer, Rutherford House (see "venue")

Monday June 30

 

8:00-

Registration / conference pack pick-up

 

8:45-9:00

Prof Neil Quigley DVC(Research)

Welcome

Accessing the lexicon

9:00-9:50

Keith Johnson

Invited Plenary: The linguistic basis of phonetic coherence

9:50-10:20

Jane Stuart-Smith, Rachel Smith & Sophie Holmes

Phonological learning based on interactive and mediated speech

10:20-10:50

Michael Key

Interactive and autonomous modes of speech perception: Phonological knowledge and discrimination in English and French listeners

10:50-11:20

morning tea

11:20-11:50

Baris Kabak, Kazumi Maniwa & Nina Kazanina

Listeners use vowel harmony and word-final stress to spot nonsense words: A study of Turkish and French

11:50-12:30

Marcus Taft

Comments

 

12:30-1:30

lunch

Phonetic cues to lexical structure

1:30-2:20

Alice Turk

Invited Plenary: Prosodic constituency signals relative predictability

2:20-2:50

Azra Ali & Michael Ingleby

Gradience in morphological binding: Evidence from perception of audiovisually incongruent speech

2:50-3:20

Shari Speer & Lei Xu

Processing lexical tone in third-tone sandhi

3:20-3:50

afternoon tea

3:50-4:20

Travis Wade & Bernd Möbius

Detailed phonetic memory for multi-word and part-word sequences

4:20-5:00

Laurie Bauer

Comments

 

5:00-6:30

poster session 1

 

 

reception

Tuesday July 1

Social information in the lexicon

9:00-9:50

Paul Foulkes

Invited Plenary: Exploring social-indexical knowledge: a long past but a short history

9:50-10:20

E. Allyn Smith, Kathleen Currie Hall & Benjamin Munson

Bringing semantics to sociophonetics: Social variables and secondary entailments

10:20-10:50

Katie Drager

Sensitivity to Grammatical and Sociophonetic Variability in Perception

10:50-11:20

morning tea

11:20-11:50

Cynthia G. Clopper, Janet B. Pierrehumbert & Terrin N. Tamati

Lexical Bias in Cross-Dialect Word Recognition in Noise

11:50-12:20

Sara Mack

A sociophonetic analysis of perception of sexual orientation in Puerto Rican Spanish

12:20-1:00

Ben Munson

Comments

 

1:00-2:00

lunch

non-thematic

2:00-2:30

Daylen Riggs & Dani Byrd

The Scope of Phrasal Lengthening in Articulation: Prosody and Prominence

2:30-3:00

Jennifer Cole, Yoonsook Mo & Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Frequency and repetition effects outweigh phonetic detail in prominence perception

3:00-3:30

afternoon tea

3:30-4:00

Felicity Cox & Sallyanne Palethorpe

Nasalisation of /æ/ and sound change in Australian English

4:00-4:30

Abigail Cohn & Anastasia Riehl

The Internal Structure of Nasal-Stop Sequences: Evidence from Austronesian

 

4:30-6:00

poster session 2

 

7:00-9:30

Dinner:  The Brewery Bar & Restaurant
Cnr Cable & Taranaki Sts

Wednesday July 2

Generalising over the lexicon

9:00-9:50

Anne Cutler

Invited Plenary: Efficiency in the Lexicon: From Lexical Statistics to Abstract Generalisations

9:50-10:20

Mary Beckman & Jan Edwards

Generalizing over Lexicons to Predict Consonant Mastery

10:20-10:50

Stefan Frisch, Maria Brea-Spahn & Carla Orellana

Metalinguistic judgments of phonotactics by bilinguals

10:50-11:20

morning tea

11:20-11:50

Vsevolod Kapatsinski

Rule Reliability and Productivity: Velar Palatalization in Russian and Artificial Grammar

11:50-12:20

Mary Ann Walter

Vowel Cooccurrence in the Lexicon: An Anti-OCP Effect?

12:20-1:00

Karen Croot

Comments

 

1:00-2:00

lunch

non-thematic

2:00-2:30

Attila Andics & James M. McQueen

Plasticity in voice category learning

2:30-3:00

Molly Babel & Keith Johnson

Accessing psycho-acoustic perception and language-specific perception with speech sounds

3:00-3:30

afternoon tea

3:30-4:00

Louis Goldstein, Hosung Nam, Manisha Kulshreshtha, Leslie Root & Catherine T. Best

Distribution of tongue tip articulations in Hindi versus English and the acquisition of stop place categories

 

4:00-4:30

general discussion

 

5:30-7:00

Mayor's reception: Wellington Town Hall (for LabPhon11 and IGALA5)

 

 

 





   
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