Full Program


The 19th Conference on Laboratory Phonology: LabPhon 19

Where speech sounds meet the architecture of the grammar and beyond


HIPCS, Hanyang University, Seoul, June 27-29, 2024 (June 26 for Satellite workshops)

 

The program is nearly final, but still subject to change. 

LabPhon 19 Full Program
Day D-1 (26 June 2024, Wednesday)
09:00-17:00 Satellite Workshops
09:00-16:50 CorpusPhon
  Organizers: Eleanor Chodroff (U. of Zurich), Christian DiCanio (U. at Buffalo), Morgan Sonderegger (McGill U.), Márton Sóskuthy (U. of British Columbia)
09:00-12:30 Variance and invariance in Phonological Representation: Insights from Articulation
  Organizers: Sam Kirkham (Lancaster U.), Patrycja Strycharczuk (U. of Manchester)
13:30-17:00 Phonetic imitation: representation, sound change, and other theoretical implications
  Organizers: Harim Kwon (Seoul National U.), Beth MacLeod (Carleton U.), Kuniko Nielsen (Oakland U.)
17:10-18:30 Special Pre-Conference Lecture
  Invited Speaker: Pat Keating (UCLA)
  Phonation across languages
   
Day 1 (27 June 2024, Thursday)
08:00-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)
08:50-09:10 Opening remarks 
  - President of Hanyang U.
  - Conference chair
09:10-11:00 Thematic Session 1: LabPhon for words
  Invited Speaker: Holger Mitterer (U. of Malta, Malta)
  Adventures in /ʔ/
  Yuhyeon Seo, Olga Dmitrieva (Purdue U)
  Cross-linguistic phonetic recalibration in bilingual lexical processing
  Tim Zee, Louis ten Bosch, Mirjam Ernestus (Radboud U & Heinrich-Heine U; Radboud U; Radboud U)
  Morphological effects in speech reduction are speaker specific and may partly originate from the words’ most frequent phonological context
  Discussant: Jongho Jun (Seoul National U., Korea)
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break (30 minutes)
11:30-12:30 General Session 1: Segmental LabPhon
  Kevin Liang, Megha Sundara (UCLA)
  Phonotactic cues are necessary for infant morphological decomposition
  May Pik Yu Chan, Jianjing Kuang (U of Pennsylvania)
  Vowel perception at formant-harmonic crossovers
  Mykel Loren Brinkerhoff, Grant McGuire (UC Santa Cruz)
  On residual H1 as a measure of voice quality
  Joohee Ko, James Whang (Seoul National U)
  The time course of phonetic cue integration in Seoul Korean sibilant fricatives
12:30-13:40 Lunch
13:40-15:30 Thematic Session 2: LabPhon for sentences
  Invited Speaker: Fernanda Ferreira (UC Davis, USA)
  Prosody, Syntax, and Conversational Language
  Buhan Guo, Nino Grillo, Sven Mattys, Andrea Santi, Shayne Sloggett, Giuseppina Turco (U of York; U of York; U of York; U College London; U of York; Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle, UMR 7110, CNRS/Université Paris Cité)
  The Garden Path Leading to Intonational Phonology
  Nele Ots (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)
  Cross-linguistic survey of intonation planning: a cognitive approach
  Discussant: Michael Wagner (McGill U., Canada)
15:30-17:00 Poster Session 1 (with coffee, 52 posters)
17:00-18:00 General Session 2: Articulatory LabPhon
  Jason Shaw, Michael Stern (Yale U)
  A new dynamics for prosodically-conditioned variation in articulation
  Argyro Katsika, Jiyoung Jang (UCSB; HIPCS, Hanyang U)
  Prosodic encoding of focus and edge-prominence: an articulatory study of Seoul Korean
  Sejin Oh, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho (HIPCS, Hanyang U; Hongik U; HIPCS, Hanyang U)
  Variation in intergestural timing of a glide with a preceding onset consonant in Korean
  Daniel Schweizer, Marc Brunelle, Suzy Ahn, Anika Audet (U of Ottawa)
  Voicing in Canadian French obstruents: a laryngeal and lingual ultrasound study
18:00-18:30 Traditional Korean Music Performance
18:30-21:00 <Welcome Reception Buffet> 
   
Day 2 (28 June 2024, Friday)
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 
speech
  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)
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)
  PHONOLOGICAL AND SOCIOPHONETIC INFORMATION IN PARKINSONIAN DYSARTHRIC SPEECH: THE ANALYSIS OF TWO VARIETIES OF ITALIAN
  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>
   
Day 3 (29 June 2024, Saturday)
08:00-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)
09:00-10:50 Thematic Session 4: LabPhon for social contexts
  Invited Speaker: Abby Walker (Virginia Tech, USA)
  Out of context: When social context increases uncertainty
  Elena Sheard, Jen Hay, Robert Fromont, Joshua Wilson Black, Lynn Clark (U of Canterbury)
  Covarying New Zealand vowels interact with speech rate to create social meaning for NZ listeners
  William Clapp, Charlotte Vaughn, Meghan Sumner (Stanford U; U of Maryland; Stanford U)
  Talker-specificity effects across and within social categories
  Discussant: Tessa Bent (Indiana U., USA)
10:50-11:20 Coffee Break (30 minutes)
11:20-12:35 General Session 6: Variational LabPhon
  James Tanner, Morgan Sonderegger, Jane Stuart-Smith, Tyler Kendall, Jeff Mielke, Erik Thomas, Robin Dodsworth, Spade Data Consortium (U of Glasgow; McGill U; U of Glasgow; U of Oregon; North Carolina State U; North Carolina State U; North Carolina State U; N/A)
  Exposing the anatomy of articulation rate across English dialects and speakers
  Irene Smith, Morgan Sonderegger, The Spade Consortium (McGill U; McGill U; U of Glasgow)
  Variation in prenasal allophony across dialects of English
  Jiyoung Jang, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho (HIPCS, Hanyang U; Hongik U; Hanyang U)
  Glottalization of non-initial vowels in marking prosodic structure in American and Australian Englishes
  Kirsten Culhane, Jennifer Hay, Penny Harris, Kate Maindonald, Allie Osborne (New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour, U of Canterbury; New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour, U of Canterbury; U of Canterbury; U of Canterbury; U of Canterbury)
  From Hiatus to Diphthong: variation and change in the production of te reo Māori opening vowel sequences
  Sishi Liao, Phil Hoole, Jonathan Harrington (Institute for Phonetics & Speech Processing, LMU Munich)
  Rapid sound change and regional variation: /an/-rime nasalance in the Chengdu and Chongqing varieties in Southwestern Mandarin
12:35-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:50 Thematic Session 5: LabPhon for non-articulatory gestures
  Invited Speaker: Marc Swerts (Tilburg U., Netherlands)
  Keeping gestures in sync
  Kathryn Franich, Vincent Nwosu (Harvard U; U of Calgary)
  Phrase Boundary and Tone Melody as Predictors of Co-Speech Gesture Timing in Igbo
  Karee Garvin, Walter Dych, Eliana Spradling, Clarissa Briasco-Stewart, Kathryn Franich (Harvard U; U of Delaware; Harvard U; Harvard U; Harvard U)
  Effects of co-speech gesture on magnitude and stability of oral gestures
  Discussant: Jelena Krivokapic (U. of Michigan, USA)
15:50-17:20 Poster Session 3 (with coffee, 52 posters)
17:20-17:50 General discussion on the conference themes
  All the invited speakers and discussants
17:50-18:00 Conference Closing

Program at a glance

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Program at a glance

Invited Speakers & Discussants

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