Detailed Programme

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Session chair: Ashley Farris-Trimble07:00 – 07:05

Invited presenter:

Heather Goad07:05 – 07:25
Marginal phonological structure: Prosodic constituency that you cannot 'hear' in Québec French

Oral presenters:

Elizabeth Zsiga07:25 – 07:40
Tonal Timing in Articulatory Phonology: Evidence from Igbo Vowel Reduction

Fabian Schubö and Sabine Zerbian07:40 – 07:55
Phonetic content and prosodic structure affect pre-boundary lengthening in German

Tamara Rathcke, Chia-Yuan Lin, Simone Falk and Simone Dalla Bella07:55 – 08:10
Is language rhythm in the ear of the beholder? A sensorimotor synchronisation approach to the cross-linguistic study of rhythm


Gillian Gallagher08:10 – 08:30

Amanda Cardoso, Erez Levon, Devyani Sharma, Dominic Watt and Yang Ye  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Varieties on the Margins: Individual Speech Patterns and Perceptual Evaluations

Ander Beristain and Jose Ignacio Hualde  ·  Languages on the Margins
On the relationship between production and perception in phoneme merger in progress: Palatal delateralization in Basque

Angeliki Athanasopoulou and Irene Vogel  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Final Stress in Turkic Languages? The Case of Uzbek

Anja Arnhold, Emily Elfner and Richard Compton  ·  Languages on the Margins
Stressless languages on the margins? An acoustic study of Inuktitut

Anne Pycha  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Word context affects the categoricity of segment representations

Brynhildur Stefansdottir  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Lenition of voiced fricatives in Icelandic: Interplay of stress and style

Caroline Crouch  ·  Languages on the Margins
Order, sonority and overlap in Georgian syllable onsets

Chin-Ting Liu  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Semantic and Familiarity Effects on Tone Three Sandhi Productivity

Christopher Carignan and Ander Egurtzegi  ·  Languages on the Margins
Rhinoglottophilia is alive and well in Mixean Basque

Feier Gao, Siqi Lyu and Chien-Jer Charles Lin  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Morphological Effects on the Access of Mandarin Sandhi Syllables

Francesco Burroni  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Prominence clash induces localized delays in production, not rhythmic readjustments

Gloria Mellesmoen  ·  Languages on the Margins
Modularity and the Allophone in the Comox-Sliammon (Salish) Vowel System

Heather Goad and Natália Brambatti Guzzo  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Prosodic structure affects processing: The case of English past inflection

Hyoju Kim and Annie Tremblay  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Testing the Cue-Weighting Transfer Hypothesis with Korean listeners perception of English lexical stress

Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Prosodic (re)-organization of article vs. pronoun clitics in English

Jasmin Pfeifer & Silke Hamann  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Vowel perception in Congenital Amusia

Jeremy Steffman  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Prominence effects on the processing of spectral cues: testing sonority expansion in perception

Jiyoung Jang and Argyro Katsika  ·  Speech on the Margins
The role of accentual phrasing and focus position in determining the scope of phrase-final lengthening in Korean

John H.G. Scott & Isabelle Darcy  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
German unassimilated coronal nasals cause reduced inhibition

Karee Garvin and Eric Wilbanks  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Phonological encoding and the nature of segments

Karen Tsai and Argyro Katsika  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Phrase-final lengthening and its interaction with lexical pitch accent in Japanese

Kate Lindsey and Christian Brickhouse  ·  Languages on the Margins
Laboratory phonology without the lab: evaluating articulatory specification change in a Papuan language

Kevin Roon, Ana Ulicheva, Zoya Cherkasova and Petroula Mousikou  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Language-specific and language-independent feature-based effects on response latencies in reading nonce words aloud

Kevin Tang and Jason Shaw  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Prosody or Information rate? Informativity effects on pitch, intensity and duration in Mandarin Chinese words

Lisa Davidson, Jailyn Pena, Shmico Orosco  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The independence of phrasal creak and segmental glottalization in American English

Madeleine Yu, Elizabeth Johnson  ·  Speech on the Margins
Re-evaluating the Other Accent Effect in Talker Recognition

Madeleine Yu, Reina Mizrahi, Sarah Creel  ·  Speech on the Margins
Nobody understands me but me: L2 speakers are idiosyncratically tuned to their own productions

Madeline Gilbert  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Stylistically-induced variability: Task effects and multilingualism

Marzena Zygis, Marek Jaskula, Daniel Pape and Laura Koenig  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Do children understand adults better or themselves? Perception and production study of /s, ʂ, ɕ/ contrast in Polish.

Matthew Faytak, Jeremy Steffman and Rolain Tankou  ·  Languages on the Margins
True voiced aspirates in Yemba

Meghan Clayards, Claire Suh, Ross Otto  ·  Speech on the Margins
Individual differences in top-down lexical processing linked to cognitive inhibition

Mengzhu Yan and Sasha Calhoun  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Rejecting false alternatives in Chinese and English: the interaction of prosody, syntax and grammatical role

Michael Wagner, Josiane Lachapelle and Oriana Kilbourn-Ceron  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Liaison and the locality of production planning

Nancy Hall and Bianca Godinez  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Perceptual hypercorrection in American r-dissimilation

Qandeel Hussain and Shigeko Shinohara  ·  Languages on the Margins
Acoustic correlates of word-initial singletons and geminates of endangered Ikema Miyako Ryukyuan

Rachel Soo and Molly Babel  ·  Speech on the Margins
Lexical competition affects Cantonese tone mergers in word recognition

Rachel Vogel  ·  Languages on the Margins
Dissociating prosodic and segmental cues of narrow focus in Nepali

Rémi Lamarque  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Morphological convergence and rule emergence in recent morphological processes

Ricardo Napoleão de Souza  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Domain-initial strengthening beyond phrase-initial segments in Spanish and Portuguese

Sireemas Maspong, Francesco Burroni, Pimthip Kochaiyaphum and Pittayawat Pittayaporn  ·  Languages on the Margins
Interaction of initial geminates and stress: a case study of Pattani Malay

Tatiana Luchkina, Helen Koulidobrova and Jeffrey Levi Palmer  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Phonetic basis of sonority in American Sign Language

Una Y. Chow  ·  Speech on the Margins
Formant frequencies and frication of the ‘fricative vowel’ [ʐ] in Mandarin

Wei Lai and Aini Lai  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Integrating phonetic and phonological aspects of Mandarin third tone sandhi in auditory sentence disambiguation

Xiayimaierdan Abudushalamu, Marc Anthony Hullebus and Natalie Boll-Avetisyan  ·  Languages on the Margins
Uyghur speakers' knowledge of vowel and vowel-consonant harmony

Yaqian Huang and Yuan Chai  ·  General/Non-Thematic
F0 and voice quality of coarticulated Mandarin tones

Yohann Meynadier, Noël Nguyen and Sophie Dufour  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Voicing-feature opacity of whispered French fricatives: the interplay between duration and position in voicing identification

Yuting Guo, Harim Kwon  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Do Mandarin listeners use post-stop F0 to distinguish phonological voicing?

Zoe McKenzie  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
The perceptual basis of length co-occurrence restrictions

Session chair: Gunnar Ólafur Hansson16:00 – 16:05

Invited presenter:

Keren Rice16:05 – 16:25
Languages on the margins: sounds and the impact of sound-based research for language (re)vitalization

Oral presenters:

Marc Brunelle and James Kirby16:25 – 16:40
Relative cue weighting in the production and perception of register

Jeff Mielke, Qandeel Hussain and Scott Moisik16:40 – 16:55
Modeling the development of a new vowel feature: rhoticity in Kalasha

Sarah Babinski16:55 – 17:10
Lexical stress: Phonetic variation under phonological stability in 23 Australian languages


Marija Tabain17:10 – 17:30
Languages on the margins – some thoughts

Abby Walker, Carla Fernandez and Janet van Hell  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Unpredictable speakers: Evidence that social category labels mediate the role of experience

Alexandra Pfiffner  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Tonogenesis in Afrikaans: Age and Gender Differences in Cue Weighting

Anne-France Pinget  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Do spontaneous imitation capacities explain the spread of sound change?

Chenhao Chiu, Yu-An Lu, Shao-Jie Jin and Kuei Hong Lin  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Prosody-modulated and vowel-dependent nasal merging in Taiwan Mandarin

Claire Nance and Sam Kirkham  ·  Languages on the Margins
Acoustic-articulatory dynamics of palatalisation in Scottish Gaelic sonorants

Cynthia G. Clopper, Rachel Steindel Burdin and Rory Turnbull  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Geographic mobility and the Northern Cities Shift in the American Midwest

Emily Gorman, Sam Kirkham and Patrycja Strycharczuk  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Towards a phonetic definition of diphthongs

Irfana M and Phil Howson  ·  General/Non-Thematic
What does cross-linguistic perceptual tell us about phonological categories?

Jalal Al-Tamimi  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The phonetic basis of the guttural natural class in Levantine Arabic: Evidence from coarticulation and energy components using Deep Learning and Random Forests

James Whang, Jason Shaw and Shigeto Kawahara  ·  Speech on the Margins
Acoustic consequences of vowel deletion in devoicing environments

Jason Bishop and Darlene Intlekofer  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Is the intermediate phrase the basic unit of speech production planning? Evidence from individual differences

Jessamyn Schertz  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Imitation and perception of individual accented features

John Alderete  ·  Languages on the Margins
Cross-linguistic trends in speech errors: Sub-lexical errors in Cantonese

Jonathan Barnes, Alejna Brugos, Nanette Veilleux and Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Spectral balance and phantom pitch in intonational pitch perception

Jonathan Havenhill  ·  Speech on the Margins
Visually-oriented enhancement of vowel contrast in the Northern Cities Shift

Katherine Marcoux, Benjamin V. Tucker and Mirjam Ernestus  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Lombard Intelligibility Benefit in Native and Non-Native Speakers and Listeners

Kathryn Franich  ·  Languages on the Margins
Understanding Patterns of Voicing and Prenasalization in Medʉmba: Evidence from Speech Timing

Keiichi Tajima, Mafuyu Kitahara and Kiyoko Yoneyama  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Effects of lexical status and competition on the production of voicing contrasts in Japanese: An experimental study

Kristen Wing Yan Wong and Yoonjung Kang  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The Emergence of Frequency Code in Sound Symbolism of Gender in Cantonese Names

Lily Obeda and Benjamin Munson  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Generational Change in Sociophonetic Perception

Maida Percival, Tamás Gábor Csapó, Alexandra Markó, Andrea Deme, Tekla Etelka Gráczi and Márton Bartók  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Gemination as fortition? Articulatory data from Hungarian

Menghui Shi and Yiya Chen  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Cues of voicing contrast in two Chinese dialects: Implication for sound change

Miquel Llompart  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The contribution of phonological and lexical knowledge to the encoding of difficult second-language contrasts into lexical representations

Noriko Yamane, Masahiro Shinya, Brian Teaman and Atsushi Fujimori  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Mirroring, Shadowing, and Gesture Alignment in Interlanguage English Speech

Rebecca Scarborough, Alyssa Strickler and Kuniko Nielsen  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The effect of linguistic information on f0 imitation

Ruaridh Purse and Jianjing Kuang  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Categoricity and Gradience in the Articulation of /l/ Vocalisation

Sabrina Bendjaballah and David Le Gac  ·  Languages on the Margins
The Acoustics of Somali Geminates

Sreeparna Sarkar and Kathryn Franich  ·  Speech on the Margins
Articulatory differences between true and assimilated stop geminates in Bengali

Susanne Fuchs and Marzena Zygis  ·  Speech on the Margins
At the margins of speech: orofacial expressions and acoustic cues in whispering

Suyeon Im, José Ignacio Hualde and Jennifer Cole  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The salience of "rhythmic" prenuclear accents: Evidence from an imitation study

Teja Rebernik, Jidde Jacobi, Roel Jonkers, Aude Noiray and Martijn Wieling  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Experimental approaches in electromagnetic articulography

Tingyu Huang and Youngah Do  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Phonetically-grounded structural bias in learning tonal alternations

Session chair: Molly Babel09:00 – 09:05

Invited presenter:

Eva Reinisch09:05 – 09:25
Speech perception and production in a second language: Why we only improve marginally

Oral presenters:

Ivy Hauser09:25 – 09:40
Contrast affects intraspeaker variability: Individual differences in Mandarin sibilants

Miran Oh09:40 – 09:55
Prosodic modulation and the role of the segmental gestural molecule

Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo, Maxime Tulling and Angelika Kiss09:55 – 10:10
Individual variation in the prosody of Cantonese rhetorical questions


Natasha Warner10:10 – 10:30

Session chair: Amanda Cardoso12:20 – 12:25

Oral presenters:

James Brand, Jen Hay, Lynn Clark, Kevin Watson and Márton Sóskuthy12:25 – 12:40
At the margins of vowel-space change: Leaders and laggers in the evolution of vocalic subsystems

Jane Stuart-Smith, Morgan Sonderegger, Jeff Mielke, James Tanner, Vanna Willerton, and The SPADE Consortium12:40 – 12:55
Desperately seeking English sibilants: Discovering dialect norms and speaker variability for /s S/ from large-scale multi-dialect analysis

Raksit Lau-Preechathammarach12:55 – 13:10
A Pathway to Tonogenesis: Shifting Language Dynamics in Kuy and the Perception-Production Link

Rasmus Puggaard and Yonatan Goldshtein13:10 – 13:25
Realization and representation of plosives in Jutlandic varieties of Danish. Variation in phonetics predicts variation in phonology

Andrei Munteanu  ·  Speech on the Margins
Using Chess Metrics to Measure the Effect of Emotion on Formants

Brett Baker, Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen, Peter Nyhuis, Hywel Stoakes and Janet Fletcher  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Lengthening of VC intervals in Wubuy stress

Dominic Schmitz, Ingo Plag and Dinah Baer-Henney  ·  General/Non-Thematic
What causes subphonemic differences between different types of /s/ in English? Evidence from pseudowords

Félix Desmeules-Trudel and Marc Joanisse  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Training confusable sounds in an L2 benefits word learning after sleep-related memory consolidation

Hae-Sung Jeon and Antje Heinrich  ·  Speech on the Margins
Listeners' asymmetries in prominence judgement of high and low accents

Henny Yeung, Xizi Danielle Deng, Erin Jastrzebski, Elise McClay, Lydia Castro and Yue Wang  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Visual scanning of a talking face when evaluating segmental and prosodic information

Ioana Chitoran and Anqi Liu  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
The phonology of inter- and intra-segmental coordination in Mandarin codas

İpek Pınar Uzun, Seçkin Arslan and Özgür Aydın  ·  General/Non-Thematic
What eye movements during silent reading can tell us about preverbal focus in Turkish?

Joe Rodd, Hans Rutger Bosker, Louis Ten Bosch and Antje Meyer  ·  Speech on the Margins
Differential difficulty in changing speaking rate: Evidence for "gaits" of speech

Joshua Penney, Felicity Cox and Anita Szakay  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Glottalisation as a voicing cue in phrase-medial and phrase-final positions

Louis Hendrix  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Perception of Differences in Tonal Alignment Depends on Location Relative to the Nucleus-Coda Boundary

Pauline Welby, Mélanie Clément, Jasmin Sadat, Elsa Spinelli and Audrey Bürki  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Roles of orthography and variability in second language word learning and production

Phil Howson and Melissa Redford  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Context Effects on Schwa Production in "Gotta" Distinguish "Got to" from "Got a"

Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen and Brett Baker  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
The application of morpho-phonological rules comes with a processing cost

Sang-Im Lee-Kim and Waan-Rur Lu  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Enhancement of sibilant contrasts during word processing by Mandarin-Min bilinguals

Sten Knutsen, Karin Stromswold and Dave Kleinschmidt  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Compensation, classification and inferring sentence structure from acoustic duration

Suyuan Liu, Matthew Faytak and Megha Sundara  ·  Speech on the Margins
Production and perception of the coda nasals in Shanghai Mandarin

Tom Fritzsche, Natalie Boll-Avetisyan, Marc A. Hullebus, Adamantios I. Gafos and Barbara Hoehle  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Give me more! Increasing relevant acoustic variability aids 14-month-old children in learning minimal pairs

Tunde Szalay, Titia Benders, Felicity Cox, Michael Proctor  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Spectral contrast reduction in Australian English prelateral vowels

Uriel Cohen Priva and Emily Gleason  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Utilizing mediation to understand variable consonant lenition

Xizi Deng  ·  Speech on the Margins
Processing Tone and Vowel Information in Mandarin: An eye-tracking study of contextual effects on speech processing

Yining Weng and Chenhao Chiu  ·  Phonological Structure on the Margins
Perceptual Cue Robustness of Consonants under Noise Masking

Youngah Do  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Biased learning of phonological variation: preschoolers' learning of vowel (dis) harmony

Session chair: John Alderete06:00 – 06:05

Oral presenters:

Jennifer Cole and Timo Roettger06:05 – 06:20
Interpreting pitch accents through the lens of informativity

Oriana Kilbourn-Ceron and Matt Goldrick06:20 – 06:35
Larger phonological planning windows trigger variation in word-final consonants

Patrycja Strycharczuk and Malgorzata Cavar06:35 – 06:50
Two mechanisms for vowel reduction in Polish

Yu-An Lu and Sang-Im Lee-Kim06:50 – 07:05
Canonicity effect on perceived vowel duration: Evidence from Taiwan Mandarin speakers

Honorary discussant:

Donca Steriade07:05 – 07:25

Alexander Martin and James White  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Vowel harmony and disharmony are not equivalent in learning

Andre Xavier and Corrine Occhino  ·  Languages on the Margins
Movement repetition in Libras signs

Anna Klezovich  ·  Computational Approaches to the Margins
Semi-automatic Extraction of Handshape Inventory in Russian Sign Language

Annie Tremblay, Mirjam Broersma, Yuyu Zeng, Anna Aumeistere, Hyoju Kim, Jinmyung Lee and Seulgi Shin  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Dutch Listeners' Perception of English Lexical Stress: A Cue-Weighting Approach

Avery Ozburn, Gunnar Hansson and Kevin McMullin  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Learning vowel harmony with transparency in an artificial language

Aviad Albert and Bruno Nicenboim  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Incorporating continuity in phonological models of the syllable using NAP

Claire Moore-Cantwell and Dave Kush  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Not all wug-tests are created equal: Cognitive load impairs access to the phonological grammar

Danielle Daidone and Isabelle Darcy  ·  General/Non-Thematic
The relationship between second-language lexical encoding accuracy and individual differences in perception, cognitive abilities, and vocabulary size

Dinah Baer-Henney and Charlotte von Kries  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Hypo- or Hyperarticulation? A closer look at infant-directed speech in German

Eleonora Albano, Antonio Pessotti and Carla Diaz  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Confusion or mistiming? An exploratory study of the stops of Peruvian Quechua/Spanish bilinguals living in Brazil

Eun Jong Kong  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Gradient perception in English-speaking children: A link to cue-weighting and working memory

Frans Adriaans  ·  Computational Approaches to the Margins
Phonological cues for language separation in bilingual development: a computational approach

Jieun Lee and Hanyong Park  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Individual differences in categorical perception and novel phonological contrast learning

Jinmyung Lee  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Testing Korean L2 learners of English on the use of acoustic cues to the /i/-/ɪ/ contrast in English spoken word recognition

Julien Millasseau, Ivan Yuen, Laurence Bruggeman and Katherine Demuth  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Acoustic cues to coda voicing contrasts in Australian English-speaking pre-schoolers

Katrin Wolfswinkler and Jonathan Harrington  ·  Speech on the Margins
Quality and quantity in the West-Central-Bavarian dialect: A comparison between children and adults

Laura Colantoni, Alexei Kochetov and Jeffrey Steele  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
EPG Insights into First-language Influence on Second Language Gestural Timing

Marie Dokovova, James Scobbie and Robin Lickley  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
English proficiency affects adaptation to and comprehension of Bulgarian-accented English for Bulgarian-English bilinguals

Márton Sóskuthy and Timo Roettger  ·  Speech on the Margins
Consonants are dispreferred in vocatives: tune-text interactions in the emergence of a morphological marker

Maya Barzilai  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Effects of Segmental Inventory on Speech Sound Processing

Philip Monahan, Rachel Soo, Monica Shah and Abdulwahab Sidiqi  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Lexical bias in second language sibilant perception: The role of language proficiency and phonotactic context

Qandeel Hussain and Jeff Mielke  ·  Languages on the Margins
Laryngeal typology of endangered Indo-Iranian, Sino-Tibetan, and Isolate languages

Qian Min Feng, Amy Wu, Jon Nissenbaum  ·  Computational Approaches to the Margins
The complex interplay of perceived pitch and formant frequencies in lexical tone perception in Cantonese

Robin Fritche and Jae Yung Song  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
A comparison of the production of alveolar stop allophones in child-directed speech versus adult-directed speech

Sam Tilsen  ·  Computational Approaches to the Margins
The flow of speech: how Articulatory Phonology under-generates

Sarah Harper  ·  Speech on the Margins
Consistency in difference: The relationship between articulatory variability and segment differentiation across speakers

Scott Myers  ·  Languages on the Margins
The intonation of yes/no questions in Luganda

Stefano Coretta  ·  General/Non-Thematic
Meta-analytical estimates of the effect of voicing on vowel duration in English are biased

Tania Zamuner, Félix Desmeules-Trudel and Amélie Bernard  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Toddlers recognize native-accented words faster than nonnative-accented words: A timecourse analysis of eye movements during spoken word recognition

Thea Knowles, Scott Adams and Mandar Jog  ·  Speech on the Margins
VOT voicing distinction is robust along a speech rate continuum in dysarthria

Tim Laméris and Brechtje Post  ·  Acquisition on the Margins
Which learner has the best profile to learn L2 lexical tones? A study of linguistic and non-linguistic learner-specific characteristics.

Yadong Liu, Arian Shamei, Una Y Chow, Gina Pineda, Alexander Angsongna, Gillian De Boer and Bryan Gick  ·  Speech on the Margins
Head Movement and F0 Variation in Blind and Sighted Speakers' Speech

Yevgeniy Melguy and Keith Johnson  ·  Social Variation on the Margins
Perceived foreign accent predicts intelligibility of foreign-accented speech

Session chair: Anne-Michelle Tessier17:00 – 17:05

Panel discussion:

Johnson, Sundara, Breiss & Mok17:10 – 17:30
Group discussion among panelists and presenters

Invited presenter:

Elizabeth Johnson17:30 – 17:50
Building a Lexicon (on the margins)

Oral presenters:

Megha Sundara and Canaan Breiss17:50 – 18:05
5-month-olds are sensitive to phonotactic patterns in their native language


Peggy Mok18:05 – 18:25
Discussion of Acquisition on the Margins