Day 2

Day 2 (June 28, Friday, 2024)

08:00-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)
09:00-10:50 Thematic Session 3: LabPhon for pragmatics and discourse 
10:50-11:20 Coffee Break (30 minutes)
11:20-12:35 General Session 3: Prominent and Tonal LabPhon
12:35-13:45 Lunch
13:45-15:00 General Session 4: Non-native LabPhon
15:00-16:25 Poster Session 2 (with coffee, 52 posters)
16:25-17:40 General Session 5: Developmental and Social LabPhon
19:00-21:00 <Banquet>

08:00-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)

09:00-10:50 Thematic Session 3: LabPhon for pragmatics and discourse 

Invited Speaker: Sasha Calhoun (Victoria U. of Wellington, NZ)
Revisiting how contrast and prominence link: A laboratory phonologist’s view

Jason Bishop, Chen Zhou, Mei-Ying Ki (City U of New York)
The perception of prosodic prominence: continuous or categorical—and for whom?

Byron Ahn, Alejna Brugos, Sunwoo Jeong, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Nanette Veilleux (Princeton U; Boston U; Seoul National U; Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT; Simmons U)
Cues to a Speaker’s Previous Beliefs in English Intonation

Discussant: Aoju Chen (Utrecht U., Netherlands)

10:50-11:20 Coffee Break (30 minutes)

11:20-12:35 General Session 3: Prominent and Tonal LabPhon

Ella De Falco, Myriam Lapierre, Alessio Tosolini, Jeremy Steffman (U of Washington; U of Washington; U of Washington; U of Edinburgh)
Acoustic vowel space expansion in Panãra: Evidence for hyper-articulated long vowels

Abdulmajeed Alrashed, Harim Kwon (Majmaah U; Seoul National U)
The Perception of Emphasis in Qassimi Arabic

Adam James Ross Tallman (Friedrich Schiller U - Jena)
Lexical versus postlexical tones in Chácobo (Pano): A corpus study based on naturalistic 

Pauline Bolin Liu, Mingxing Li (Hong Kong Baptist U)
Phonological Typology and Perceptual Distinctiveness of the [n-l] Contrast in Different Vowel and Tonal Contexts

Naiyan Du, Karthik Durvasula (Baiko Gakuin U; Michigan State U)
Incomplete neutralisation stems from planning, not gradient representations

12:35-13:45 Lunch

13:45-15:00 General Session 4: Non-native LabPhon

Megan Dailey, Sharon Peperkamp (Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris Sciences et Lettres; CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure - Paris Sciences et Lettres)
Explicit vs. implicit awareness of sociophonetic cues in L1 and L2 listeners

Ling Zhang, Rendong Cai, Jiexuan Lin (Guangdong U of Foreign Studies)
The role of cognitive resources and L2 proficiency in L2 perceptual cue weighting

Keiji Iwamoto, Isabelle Darcy, Kenneth de Jong (Indiana U Bloomington)
Can pitch be repurposed? Tone language speakers use their pitch sensitivity to identify voicing categories in a second language: A cue-based transfer approach

Jiang Liu, Seth Wiener (U of South Carolina; Carnegie Mellon U)
L2 mental lexicon development: effects of homophone and talker variability on the learning of spoken words in beginner L2 Chinese learners

Jonathan Havenhill, Madeleine Oakley, Ming Liu (U of Hong Kong; North Carolina State U; U of Hong Kong)
Articulatory-acoustic dynamics in naïve listener imitation of Cantonese vowels

15:00-16:25 Poster Session 2 (with coffee, 52 posters)

D2:01(MH) Sneha Ray Barman, Shakuntala Mahanta, Neeraj Kumar Sharma (IIT Guwahati)
Modeling unsupervised learning of regressive vowel harmony with GAN: A view from Assamese

D2:02(MH) Tsung-Ying Chen (National Tsung Hua University)
Revisiting the phonological learnability of *NonFinalR: A large-scale experimental study

D2:03(MH) Yury Makarov (University of Cambridge; Institute of Linguistics, RAS)
Study of incomplete voicing neutralisation in production and perception in Shughni and its methodological implications

D2:04(MH) Feier Gao, Yu-Fu Chien (Southeast University; Fudan University)
Morphemes, phones and phonological alternation: Retrieving lexical semantics and tonal representation of opaque words in Mandarin Chinese

D2:05(MH) Chloe D. Kwon, Sam Tilsen (Cornell University)
Phonetic evidence for compound tensification in Korean as a function of morphological context

D2:06(MH) Dominic Schmitz, Dinah Baer-Henney (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf; University of Duesseldorf, Institute for Linguistics)
Subphonemic durational differences in word-final /s/ induced by morphological categories in German

D2:07(MH) Peiman Pishyar-Dehkordi (University of Canterbury)
Sonority principles predicting cross-linguistic patterns in phonotactics also predict within-language probabilistic distributions of segment sequences

D2:08(MH) Ivy Hauser, Xinwen Zhang, Shang-Yune Tang (University of Texas at Arlington)
Contrast enhancement in clearly spoken Mandarin sibilants

D2:09(MH) Sora Heng Yin, Kathleen McCarthy, Adam Chong (Queen Mary University of London)
Gradient effect of homophony avoidance in the learning of neutralization

D2:10(MH) Ping-Yu Lin, Yu-An Lu (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University)
The impact of sound change on checked tone perception in Taiwanese Southern Min

D2:11(MH) Zhiqiang Zhu, Chunyu Ge, Peggy Mok (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
How does ongoing L1 phonological merger shape L2 liquid perception: Insights from Cantonese listeners with high and low English proficiency

D2:12(MH) Justin Bai, Rebecca Scarborough (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Listener-directed contrastive hyperarticulation in voicing-conditioned vowel duration

D2:13(MH) Suyuan Liu, Molly Babel (University of British Columbia)
Disentangling varying degree of contrast for Mandarin /in/-/iŋ/ rhymes through word-level patterns

D2:14(MH) Yoonjung Kang, Suyeon Yun, Na-Young Ryu (University of Toronto Scarborough; Chungnam University; Penn State University)
Talker- and listener-conditioned use of height-dependent vowel duration cue under sound change in progress: /o/ to /u/ raising in Daejeon Korean

D2:15(R1) Ye-Jee Jung, Olga Dmitrieva (Purdue University)
The effects of clear speaking style and lexical competitors on acoustic detail in native and non-native speech

D2:16(R1) Erik Morris, Karen Jesney (Université Paris Cité; Carleton University)
Very early L2 learning: Perception and Production of Greek by English Speakers

D2:17(R1) Xiaotong Xi, Peng Li (Shandong University of Finance and Economics; University of Oslo; Basque Center On Cognition, Brain and Language)
Exploring perceptual development of L2 phonological contrasts during a study abroad program

D2:18(R1) Helen Reese, Eva Reinisch (Austrian Academy of Sciences; Acoustics Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences)
The effect of speaker gender on second-language fricative perception

D2:19(R1) Lujia Yang, Karen Pollock, Youran Lin, Benjamin V. Tucker, Fangfang Li (University of Alberta; University of Alberta; University of Alberta; Northern Arizona Univerisity; University of Lethbridge)
From a Two-way Contrast to a Three-way Contrast: Voiceless Sibilant Fricative Production by Children in a Canadian Mandarin-English Bilingual Program

D2:20(R1) Wenqi Zeng, Onae Parker, Christine Shea (University of Iowa)
The effects of native phonetic categorization on L2 sound acquisition

D2:21(R1) Madeleine Oakley, Jeff Mielke, Jeannene Matthews (North Carolina State University)
Transfer of articulatory targets in production of second language Korean sibilants

D2:22(R1) Magdalena Ivok, H. Henny Yeung (Simon Fraser University)
The production of English stress by L1 and L2 speakers: Beyond binary stress levels

D2:23(R1) Theresa Rabideau, Suzy Ahn (University of Ottawa)
Investigating visual correlates during the voicing of Canadian English stops

D2:24(R1) Jieun Lee, Hyoju Kim, Tzu-Hsuan Yang, Phoebe Evans (University of Kansas; University of Iowa; University of Kansas; University of Kansas)
English listeners’ perceptual adaptation to unfamiliar lexical stress contrast

D2:25(R1) Josiane Riverin-Coutlée, Misnadin, James Kirby (Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Universitas Trunojoyo Madura; Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
A perception study on cue weighting in Madurese stops

D2:26(R1) Shu-Chen Ou, Zhe-Chen Guo (National Sun Yat-sen University; Northwestern University)
Shorter vowel duration as a potential word segmentation cue: A study with listeners of Taiwanese Southern Min

D2:27(R1) Stephen Politzer-Ahles (University of Kansas)
A failure to replicate the Ganong effect for tone continua

D2:28(R1) Alan Yu, Robert McAllister (University of Chicago)
Effects of perceptual cue weighting on lexical activation

D2:29(R1) Jeff Holliday, Georgia Zellou (University of Kansas; University of California, Davis)
Cross-linguistic perception of nasal coarticulation in an unfamiliar language

D2:30(R1) Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo, Charlotte Vaughn, Michael McAuliffe, Molly Babel (University of British Columbia; University of Maryland; McGill University; University of British Columbia)
The consequence of auditory-acoustic contrast on perception and recognition of English /s/ and /ʃ/

D2:31(R1) Weiyi Zhai, Meghan Clayards (McGill University)
Individual Differences in the Use of Phonetic and Lexical Context Across Tasks

D2:32(R1) Anh Kim Nguyen, Kevin Tang (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)
The effect of syllable segmentation and phonological neighbours on spoken word recognition in Mandarin Chinese

D2:33(R1) Cerys Hughes (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Interaction of Voicing Cues in Discrimination Differs from Production

D2:34(R2) Yao-Zhen Zeng, Li-Hsin Ning (National Taiwan Normal University)
An Acoustic and Ultrasound Study Revealing Why Mandarin Speakers Struggle with English Vowel Sounds

D2:35(R2) Malgorzata Cavar, Sherman Charles (Indiana University)
The mechanics of palatalization: A dynamic account

D2:36(R2) Sam Tilsen (Cornell University)
Is prosodic phrase structure planned? Evidence from phrasal lengthening, autocorrelation, and Markov statistics in spontaneous speech

D2:37(R2) Seung Suk Lee (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Prosodically conditioned lenition, not voicing, of lenis in Seoul Korean spontaneous speech

D2:38(R2) Phuong Dang (The Ohio State University)
Rhythmic patterning in Vietnamese quadrisyllabic reduplicative words

D2:39(R2) Yin Lin Tan, Ting Lin, Meghan Sumner (Stanford University, National University of Singapore; Stanford University; Stanford University)
The effect of linguistic experience on the role of prosodic cues in categorizing Singlish

D2:40(R2) Bianca Maria De Paolis, Federico Lo Iacono (Università di Torino, Université Paris 8; Università di Torino)
Stress, intonation or phrasing? Focus marking and cross-linguistic influence in L2 French and L2 Italian

D2:41(R2) Aaron Seiler, Sabine Arndt-Lappe (Trier University)
Predicting stress in English verbs – analogy, morphology, and the level of abstraction of phonological patterns

D2:42(R2) Chun-Jan Young (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Lexical stress in Yami: investigating penultimate and final prominence

D2:43(R2) Richard Hatcher (Hanyang Institute for Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language (HIPCS))
Cayuga “Accent” or Intonation: Bridging Lexical Stress and Phrase-Level Prosody

D2:44(R3) Chenyu Li, Jalal Al-Tamimi (Université Paris Cité, LLF, CNRS)
A new model for tonal-segmental interaction in Standard Mandarin

D2:45(R3) Justin J. H. Lo (Lancaster University)
Speaker- and vowel-dependent anticipatory nasal coarticulation in Southern British English

D2:46(R3) Anisia Popescu, Ioana Chitoran (LISN, Université Paris Saclay; Université Paris Cité)
Light and dark /l/ in coda clusters: a four language comparison

D2:47(R3) Qianyutong Zhang, Lei Zhu (Shanghai International Studies University; Shanghai International Studies University)
Can we sing the tones of a tonal language? The duration of Mandarin tones under music context

D2:48(R3) Jailyn Pena (New York University)
Acoustic Correlates of the Danish Voice Quality Contrast

D2:49(R3) Jeanne Brown, Morgan Sonderegger (McGill University)
Creaky voice variation across language and gender in Canadian English-French bilingual speech

D2:50(R3) Ocke-Schwen Bohn (Aarhus University)
Phonetic flexibility in old age: Training seniors to perceive new speech sounds

D2:51(R3) Monika Krizic, Daniel Pape, Gemma Repiso Puigdelliura (McMaster University)
Autistic traits differences in cue-weighting of focus production and perception

D2:52(R3) Priscilla Fung, Jessamyn Schertz, Elizabeth Johnson (University of Toronto; University of Toronto Mississauga; University of Toronto)
Like Father/Mother, Like Son/Daughter? The Influence of Parents on Children's Gendered Speech Production

16:25-17:40 General Session 5: Developmental and Social LabPhon

Massimo Lipari, Morgan Sonderegger (McGill Univeristy)
The development of rhoticity in the Quebec French vowel system

Barbara Gili Fivela, Sonia d'Apolito, Anna Chiara Pagliaro (U of Salento)

Lauretta S. P. Cheng (U of Michigan)
Ideology and Sociophonetic Representations: Investigating the Role of Awareness and Personae in Asian American/Canadian Speech

Patrycja Strycharczuk, Sam Kirkham, Emily Gorman, Takayuki Nagamine, Adrian Leemann (U of Manchester; Lancaster U; Lancaster U; Lancaster U; Bern U)
Gender-specific behaviour in vowel articulation

Sasha Calhoun, Paul Warren, Elena Heffernan, Joy Mills (Te Herenga Waka - Victoria U of Wellington; Te Herenga Waka - Victoria U of Wellington; Te Herenga Waka - Victoria U of Wellington; Victoria U of Wellington)
Pitch span or pitch register? Exploring iconicity and gender through the Effort Code

19:00-21:00 <Banquet>

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