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July 1

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July 2

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D1-AM-01    Feng Xu, Ping Tang, Katherine Demuth and Nan Xu Rattanasone.   Mandarin-speaking 6-year-olds can use preboundary pitch range expansion to disambiguate compounds from lists

D1-AM-02    Sónia Frota, Cátia Severino, Jovana Pejovic and Marina Vigário.    Sensorimotor influences on infant speech perception also target prosody

D1-AM-03    Shu-Chuan Tseng.    Tone acquisition in Chinese-speaking children: Developmental data of tone acceptability and contour pattern

D1-AM-04    Rui Cai, Paul Boersma, Ivan Yuen, Katherine Demuth and Titia Benders.    Prosodic Clitics in English-speaking Children’s Speech Production  – An Acoustic Study

D1-AM-05    Yanan Shen, Ivan Yuen and Ping Tang.    Mandarin Tonal Perception in Question vs. Statement Sentences  by Children with Cochlear Implants

D1-AM-06    Xiaoming Jiang, Lixin Yu, Leinuo Dai, Jinyang Chen and Zheng Yuan.    Breathing features and their impact on speech perception of COVID-19 patients

D1-AM-07    Fang Zhang, Hongtao Li and Ao Chen.    Production and perception of emotional intonation among preschool children with cochlear implants

D1-AM-08    Amélie B. Richard, Alexandre Foncelle, Fabrice Hirsch, Sophie Jacquin-Courtois, Karen T. Reilly and Manon Lelandais.    Speech markers of Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment: A pilot study

D1-AM-09    Eleanor Harding, Etienne Gaudrain, Robert Harris, Barbara Tillmann, Bert Maat, Rolien Free and Deniz Başkent.    Vocal emotion perception in adult cochlear implant users

D1-AM-10    Eugenia San Segundo Fernández, Jonathan Delgado and Lei He.    Clustering approaches to dysarthria using spectral measures from the temporal envelope

D1-AM-11    Ting-Syuan Wang, Pei-Tzu Liang, Chia-Lin Lee, Chen-Chi Wu, Tien-Chen Liu, Joshua Oon Soo Goh and Janice Fon.    Tonal processing in Mandarin-speaking children with extensive cochlear implant experiences using an oddball paradigm

D1-AM-12    Izaro Bedialauneta Txurruka.    Interpretation of Spanish stress by second language learners

D1-AM-13    Tong Li and Hui Feng.    Cross-linguistic Influence on Intonation Acquisition: A Study on the Production of L2 Mandarin and L3 English Intonations by Uyghur Speakers

D1-AM-14    Leônidas Silva Jr., Jackciele Silva and Philipp Meer.   Prosodic aspects of Brazilian L2 English:  A comparison of duration-based rhythm and F0 measures with American English, Indian English, and Brazilian Portuguese

D1-AM-15    Zhiqiang Zhu and Peggy Mok.    Can L2 speech rate surpass L1? Evidence from Mandarin learners of Japanese with and without immersion

D1-AM-16    Tong Shu, Zhiqiang Zhu and Peggy Mok.    Tonal patterns of the Mandarin Third Tone Sandhi produced by Japanese-speaking L2 learners

D1-AM-17    Aishu Chen and Haoyan Ge.    L2 comprehension of focus-to-prosody mapping by Mandarin learners of English

D1-AM-18    Yao-Zhen Zeng.    Crossing Boundaries: Prosodic Aspects of Code-Switching Effects between Mandarin and English

D1-AM-19    Valentina De Iacovo and Paolo Mairano.    The effects of regional Italian prosodic variation on modality identification by L1 English learners

D1-AM-20    Danielle Tod.    Variation in speech rhythm in Tongan English

D1-AM-21.    Mireia Farrús, Wendy Elvira-García and Juan María Garrido-Almiñana    Robust evaluation metrics for automatic speech rate computation

D1-AM-22    Albert Lee, Yasuaki Shinohara, Faith Chiu and Tsz Ching Mut.    Production of non-native quantity contrasts by native speakers of Cantonese, English, French, and Japanese

D1-AM-23    Tamara Rathcke, Chia-Yuan Lin, Eline Smit and Diego Frassinelli.    TAKEN BY SURPRISAL? ON THE ROLE OF LINGUISTIC PREDICTABILITY IN SPEECH RHYTHM

D1-AM-24    Dafydd Gibbon.    RMT: Tools for Prosodic Computational Literacy

D1-AM-25    Khalil Iskarous, Jennifer Cole and Jeremy Steffman.    A stochastic dynamical system for pitch accents and its inversion

D1-AM-26    Vincent P. Martin, Salin Nathan, Beaumard Colleen and Jean-Luc Rouas.    How does human hearing estimates sleepiness from speech?

D1-AM-27    Wenwei Dong, Roeland van Hout, Catia Cucchiarini and Helmer Strik.    L2 Prosody Assessment by Combining Acoustic and Neural Model Features

D1-AM-28    Qian Li, Ziyu Xiong and Aijun Li.    CASS-AGING Corpus: The Development of Speech Prosody across the Mandarin-Speaking Adult Lifespan

D1-AM-29    Danfeng Wu.    Prosody of corrective "but" sentences in English

Mengru Han, Lianghui Yang and Yan Gu. Faster and smoother: Fluency in Chinese child-directed speech

Enkeleida Kapia and Felicitas Kleber. From old to new to contrastive: Exploring prosodic marking of information structure in child and adult speakers of Albanian

Joyshree Chakraborty, Leena Dihingia, Priyankoo Sarmah and Rohit Sinha. Effect of Sociolinguistic Variations on Rate and Rhythm of Hindi L2 Speech

Giada Antonicelli, Nicola Molinaro, Patricia De La Riva, Raquel Laspiur, Arantza Lopez de Turiso and Simona Mancini Cortical. tracking of prosody after stroke and in aging: evidence from magnetoencephalography
 

Cedric Chan and Jianjing Kuang. Exploring the accuracy of prosodic encodings in state-of-the-art text-to-speech models

Na Hu, Jiseung Kim, Riccardo Orrico, Stella Gryllia and Amalia Arvaniti. Can OpenAI’s TTS model convey information status  using intonation like humans?

Tuukka Törö, Antti Suni and Juraj Šimko. Emergent Dialectal Patterns: Analysis of regional variants in a vast corpus of Finnish spontaneous speech using a large-scale self-supervised model
 

D1-PM-01    Jill Thorson and Kim Nesbitt.    Melodies of learning: A prosodic analysis of preschool teachers' language patterns in the classroom

D1-PM-02    Sichen Zhang, Aijun Li and Jun Gao.    Production of Contrastive Focus in Mandarin-Speaking Children

D1-PM-03    Kexin Du, Li Zheng, Sergey Avrutin and Aoju Chen.    Go local or go long: The relationship between dependency length and prosodic prominence in the production of Mandarin-speaking adults and children

D1-PM-04    Paola Escudero and Weicong Li.    Have four-year-olds mastered vowel reduction in English? An acoustic analysis of bilingual and monolingual child storytelling and comprehension

D1-PM-05    Sin-Jhang Che and Alvin Cheng-Hsien Chen.    Speech Genre Classification in Online Multimedia Platforms:  A Cross-Modal Approach Integrating Text and Prosody

D1-PM-06    Sneha Ray Barman, Shakuntala Mahanta and Neeraj Kumar Sharma.    Unsupervised modeling of vowel harmony using WaveGAN

D1-PM-07    Tae-Jin Yoon and Seunghee Ha.    Baby Register and Adult Register in Infant-directed Speech

D1-PM-08    Mengru Han, Yiqi Nie and Yan Gu.    Sound effect, onomatopoeia, and iconic prosody in Chinese: Emerging vocal iconicity in child-directed speech and child production

D1-PM-09    Yanran Zhang and Yan Gu.    Understanding individual differences in audiovisual child-directed language: The role of empathy and personality traits

D1-PM-10    Katarzyna Klessa, Anita Lorenc and Łukasz Mik.    Polish vowels in infant-directed and adult-directed speech: an investigation using an electromagnetic articulograph (EMA)

D1-PM-11    Yannan Hu, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Nancy McElwain.    Real-Time Relations Between Prosodic Features of Infant-Directed Speech and Infant Attention at 3 Months

D1-PM-12    Daniil Kocharov and Okko Räsänen.    Age-dependent intonational changes in child-directed speech

D1-PM-13    Ziqi Zhou, Jalal Al-Tamimi and Hiyon Yoo.    Predictive Modelling of perceptual strategies: exploring the perception of ironic tone of voice by L2 learners of French

D1-PM-14    Alexandra Jesse, Julia Sigg and Ulrike Domahs.    Use of lexical stress information in German learners of English

D1-PM-15    Katharina Zahner-Ritter, Nathalie Elsässer, Ingo Feldhausen and Juergen Trouvain.    Prosodic marking of contrastive focus  in French learners of German

D1-PM-16    Kizzi Edensor Costille.    Investigating lexical stress accuracy in non-native speech through real-time speech visualization: a pilot study

D1-PM-17    Yao Wu.    The assessment of automated rating of L2 Mandarin prosody in lexical tone recognition and pauses

D1-PM-18    Yanyang Chen and Ying Chen.    Chinese EFL Learners’ Perception of English Emotional Prosody

D1-PM-19    Chie Nakamura, Hiyon Yoo and Giuseppina Turco.    Incremental Processing of Prosody in L2:  A Visual World experiment with French learners of English

D1-PM-20    Meihao Wan and Peggy Mok.    Bai tone perception and production by Naxi speakers in Jiuhe: a preliminary study

D1-PM-21    Peng Li, Ioanna Ioannidou, Ilaria Marazzina, Paula Pericacho, Béibhinn Reardon and Lu Xing.    Exploring the role of personality traits in the imitation abilities of non-native speech in familiar and unfamiliar languages

D1-PM-22    Paula Laine and Michael O'Dell.    Investigating Tempo and Pause with Synchronous Speech

D1-PM-23    Li-Fang Lai and Nicole Holliday.    Rhythm and the role of rhythmic variation in speech recognition: Analysis of African American English

D1-PM-24    Mara Breen, Sheyla Garcia, Genevieve Franck and Ahren Fitzroy.    Adult readers signal metric and phrasing structure through acoustic variation in a Spanish children’s book

D1-PM-25    Beata Lukaszewicz and Janina Molczanow.    Word-final rhythmic prominence in Ukrainian

D1-PM-26    Thomas Sostarics and Jennifer Cole.    PitchMendR: A Tool for the Diagnosis and Treatment of F0 Irregularities

D1-PM-27    Simona Trillocco, Anne Lacheret-Dujour and Emanuela Cresti.    How to annotate prominences in schizophrenic speech? From manual to automatic processing

D1-PM-28    Anna Maria Giovannini, Zihan Wang, Maria O'Reilly, Ailbhe Ní Chasaide and Christer Gobl.    Voice transforms for affect control in Irish speech synthesis

Information about the general reception will appear here.

 

July 3

D2-AM-01    Jörg Peters, Marina Frank and Tio Rohloff.    Effects of task type and task difficulty on oral fluency in native and non-native speech

D2-AM-02    Judith Manzoni-Luxenburger, Bistra Andreeva and Katharina Zahner-Ritter.    Intonational Patterns under Time Pressure: Phonetic Strategies in Bulgarian Learners of German and English

D2-AM-03    Shuangshuang Hu.    Lexical encoding of Mandarin tones by L2 learners: A cross-linguistic study

D2-AM-04    Wenxi Fei and Yu-Yin Hsu.    Investigating Mandarin Tone and Focus Prosody Production in Hong Kong Cantonese Speakers

D2-AM-05    Bianca Maria De Paolis, Federico Lo Iacono and Valentina De Iacovo.    Vowel lengthening in L2 Italian and L2 French: a cue for focus marking?

D2-AM-06    Chengjia Ye and Paul Boersma.    Perceptual cues to checked tones in Shanghai Chinese

D2-AM-07    Xin Gao, Cesko Voeten and Mark Liberman.    The impact of prosodic boundary and information structure on tonal coarticulation in spontaneous Cantonese

D2-AM-08    Hana Nurul Hasanah, Qing Yang and Yiya Chen.    Carryover Tonal Variations for Speech Recognition in Standard Chinese

D2-AM-09    Chunyu Ge and Peggy P.K. Mok.    The effect of phonotactic constraints on tone sandhi application: A cross-sectional study of Xiamen Min

D2-AM-10    Siyi Lian and Min Liu.    The more complex the better? Mandarin tone perception by Cantonese and Hakka speakers

D2-AM-11    Zhenyi Liao and Lei Liang.    Perception of the merging tones in Taiyuan Jin Chinese

D2-AM-12    Jamie Adams, Sam Hellmuth and Leah Roberts.    Does Tone Impact Mandarin Non-Word Acceptability Judgements?

D2-AM-13    Wenqi Zeng and Christine Shea.    Phonetic and phonological factors in cross-dialectal tone perception

D2-AM-14    Zifeng Liu, Ioana Chitoran and Giuseppina Turco.    Perceptual salience of tonal speech errors

D2-AM-15    Orhun Ulusahin, Hans Rutger Bosker, James M. McQueen and Antje S. Meyer.    Knowledge of a talker’s f0 affects subsequent perception of voiceless fricatives

D2-AM-16    Aixin Yuan and Jason Brown.    Register as a motivation for change: a case of High Vowel Fricativization in Changzhou Chinese

D2-AM-17    Ivan Yuen, Bistra Andreeva, Omnia Ibrahim and Bernd Moebius.    Differential effects of word frequency and utterance position on the duration of tense and lax vowels in German

D2-AM-18    Francesco Burroni and Pia Greca.    An exploratory investigation of phonological and phonetic length contrasts perception in Italian vowels and consonants

D2-AM-19    Siti Aisyah Binti Shamshun Baharin, Veronica Lamarche, Netta Weinstein and Silke Paulmann.    Interested-Sounding Voices Influence Listeners' Willingness to Disclose

D2-AM-20    Berdien Vrijders, Netta Weinstein, Silke Paulmann, Bart Soenens, Joachim Waterschoot and Maarten Vansteenkiste.    Your Prosody Matters! The Effect of Controlling Tone of Voice on Listeners across the lifespan

D2-AM-21    Paul Owoicho, Joshua Camp and Tom Kenter.    A Study of the Sensitivity of Subjective Listening Tests to Inter-sentence Pause Durations in English Speech

D2-AM-22    Tom Offrede, Christine Mooshammer, Alessandro D'Ausilio and Susanne Fuchs.    Speech Adaptation and Physiological Responses: A Study on f0 and Skin Temperature

D2-AM-23    Yitian Hong and Si Chen.    Individual Variation in Phonetic Accommodation of Mandarin-Speaking Children during Conversations with a Virtual Robot

D2-AM-24    Komtham Domrongchareon and Pittayawat Pittayaporn.    Prosodic Word Stress in Text-Setting in Thai Pop Songs.

D2-AM-25    Adam Bramlett, Bianca Brown, Jocelyn Dueck and Seth Wiener.    Measuring music and prosody: accounting for variation in non-native speech discrimination with working memory, specialized music skills, and music background

D2-AM-26    Zhihong Chen, Haoyun Chen and Wenxi Fei.    Exploring the Dynamics of Post Focus Compression in Bilingual Speakers: Evidence from Mandarin-Yangzhou Speakers

D2-AM-27    Jiajia Cai.    A preliminary study on tonal variations in Singapore Teochew

D2-AM-28    María Teresa Martínez García, Julie Kamber and Sandra Schwab.    Use of Word-Level Stress in L2 Spanish Word Recognition

Gabriela Braga, Sónia Frota and Flaviane Svartman. The intonation of Kriol: a first approach

Mary Baltazani, Spyros Armostis and Elinor Payne. The intonation of polar questions in Cypriot Arabic: prosodic contact in an endangered language

Yulia Zuban and Sabine Zerbian. The effect of age and gender on global intonational features in heritage and monolingual Russian

Marieke Einfeldt, Anna Huggenberg and Bettina Braun. Between dialect and standard: Segmental and prosodic differences in Zurich Swiss German speakers
 

James Kirby, Rasmus Puggaard-Rode, Sireemas Maspong and Francesco Burroni. Effects of coda consonants on preceding vowel F0

Bogdan Pricop and Eleanor Chodroff. Consonant f0 effects. A case study on Catalan

Sireemas Maspong, Francesco Burroni and James Kirby. CF0 effect and articulatory strength of geminate consonants

Menghui Shi and Yiya Chen. Cues of voicing contrast in two Chinese dialects: Implication for sound change
 

D2-PM-01    Heini Kallio.    The contribution of speech timing, f0 change, and voice quality to perceived prosodic proficiency in L2: a cross-lingual perspective

D2-PM-02    Onae Parker and Christine Shea.    Bilingual Production of Narrow Subject Focus in Japanese: Spelunking in Prosody

D2-PM-03    Lucia Mareková and Štefan Beňuš.    Task complexity and pausing behavior in L1 and L2 task-oriented dialogues

D2-PM-04    Gwen McGuire, Kristin Smith, Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain and Anja Arnhold.    Crosslinguistic transfer of alignment patterns: The timing of prenuclear rising accents in English-German bilinguals

D2-PM-05    Sherry Chien.    Phonetic Realization of Focus in English by Taiwan Mandarin Speakers

D2-PM-06    Lei Wang, Xinyue Yao, Bijun Ling and Xinlu Yang.    Inter- and Intra-speaker Variation in the Acoustic Realizations of Quzhou Wu Tones

D2-PM-07    Yu-Ying Chuang and Sheng-Fu Wang.    Incomplete neutralization in tone sandhi in Taiwan Southern Min spontaneous speech

D2-PM-08    Sheng-Fu Wang.    Contrast and predictability in the variability of tonal realizations in Taiwan Southern Min

D2-PM-09    Kornélia Juhász, Katalin Mády and Huba Bartos.    The production of Mandarin neutral tone sequences by Hungarian learners

D2-PM-10    Qi Wu.    Production of Mandarin tones by Japanese native speakers

D2-PM-11    Yibing Shi, Francis Nolan and Brechtje Post.    Exploring the variations in disyllabic lexical tone sandhi in Xiangshan Chinese

D2-PM-12    Tingting Zheng, Clara C. Levelt and Yiya Chen.    The Adaptive Value of Mandarin Tones for Affective Iconicity

D2-PM-13    Xinyi Wen, Yiya Chen and Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng.    Trisyllabic Tone Sandhi of Shaoxing Wu Chinese: Stress-conditioned, or Not?

D2-PM-14    Weijun Zhang and Peggy Mok.    Asymmetries of onset manner of articulation in the perception of tone register contrast in Wenzhou Wu Chinese

D2-PM-15    Shawn Foster and Jennifer Cole.    Trading Relations in Segmental Cues to Prosodic Prominence

D2-PM-16    Bowei Shao, Philipp Buech, Anne Hermes and Maria Giavazzi.    Positional Effect in the Articulation and Acoustics of Stressed Vowels in Italian

D2-PM-17    Dominic Schmitz and Dinah Baer-Henney.    Morphology renders homophonous segments phonetically different: Word-final /s/ in German

D2-PM-18    Argyro Katsika, Eva Liina Asu, Matthew Gordon, Pärtel Lippus and Anton Malmi.    The kinematic profile of the Estonian ternary quantity distinction

D2-PM-19    Jiyoung Jang and Argyro Katsika.    Focus structure and articulatory strengthening in Seoul Korean

D2-PM-20    Bogdan Ludusan, Marin Schröer and Petra Wagner.    An acoustic-prosodic analysis of laughter types

D2-PM-21    Malin Spaniol, Simon Wehrle, Alicia Janz, Kai Vogeley and Martine Grice.    The influence of conversational context on lexical and prosodic aspects of backchannels and gaze behaviour

D2-PM-22    Tatiana Kachkovskaia and Daniil Kocharov.    Pausing strategies in dialogue speech: the interlocutor factor

D2-PM-23    Tuuli Tuisk and Nicolai Pharao.    Time-series f0 analysis of contrastive tones: the case of Livonian natural speech

D2-PM-24    Víctor Bargiela and Paolo Roseano.    Intonational and durational features of the Asturleonese substrate in Northwestern Peninsular Spanish

D2-PM-25    Gorka Elordieta, Magdalena Romera and Asier Illaro.    Pitch accents in Basque Spanish declarative utterances

D2-PM-26    Jonathan Him Nok Lee, Ka-Fai Yip, Mark Liberman and Jianjing Kuang.    Some prosodic consequences of varied discourse functions in a Cantonese sentence-final particle

D2-PM-27    Mengxue Cao, Tianxin Zheng, Hongna Li and Aijun Li.    Interactive Prosodic Encoding of Tone, Focus and Sentence Type in Changli-Town Mandarin

D2-PM-28    Yang Yang, Carlos Gussenhoven, Victoria Reshetnikova and Marco van de Ven.    Functional and phonetic determinants of categorical perception in two varieties of Chinese

D2-PM-29 Sam Hellmuth.   Stability of prosodic performance over the lifespan: The (late) Queen’s speech

Qianyutong Zhang, Lei Zhu and Xiaoming Jiang. Can we sing the tones of a tonal language? The duration of Mandarin tones under music context

Xin Wang and Bob McMurray. Lexical tone in bilingual spoken word recognition

Peng Li and Xiaotong Xi. The perception of Spanish lexical stress by proficient Mandarin learners of Spanish

Chen Zhao, Qingqi Hou, Ariadne Loutrari, Li Wang, Cunmei Jiang and Fang Liu. Immediate sentence repetition in autism: Effects of listening background, mode of presentation, and semantic content
 

Students (and non-students) conference attendees can now register for the Student Reception held at Leiden city hall held on Wednesday July 3rd at 17:30!
This will be a great networking opportunity as well as a chance to learn more about Leiden’s history!
Register here

 

July 4

D3-AM-01    Wu-Hao Li, Te-Hsin Liu and Chen-Yu Chiang.    Tone Value Representation for Computer-Assisted Pronunciation Training

D3-AM-02    Xinbing Luo and Brechtje Post.    Implicit learning of tone-segment connections by adults with and without tonal language backgrounds

D3-AM-03    Sebastian Leal-Arenas and Marta Ortega-Llebaria.    The prosody of theticity and focus in Beginner L2 Spanish

D3-AM-04    Ting Zhang, Mosi He and Bin Li.    Non-native lexical tones presented in low-high direction is beneficial for learning: Evidence from Cantonese rising and level tones

D3-AM-05    Mahdi Duris, John Levis, Reza Neiriz and Alif Silpachai.    Methodological Influences on Word Stress Identification: Implications for Research and Teaching

D3-AM-06    Matteo Maran and Hans Rutger Bosker.    How to test gesture-speech integration in ten minutes

D3-AM-07    Shanpeng Li, Yinuo Wang, Shifeng Xia, Zhiqiang Tang, Ping Tang and Yan Feng.    The Role of Auditory and Visual Modality in Perception of English Statements and Echoic Question by Chinese EFL Learners

D3-AM-08    Ran Bi and Marc Swerts.    A Cross-linguistic Study on Audiovisual Perception of Prosodic Prominence by Chinese and English Observers

D3-AM-09    Jue Yu, Kexin Zhang and Shiyi Zhu.    Prosodic Decoding Profiles of Chinese Mandarin-Speaking Children under Visual and Audio Modality

D3-AM-10    Sandra Madureira and Mario Fontes.    Vocal and visual features in speech  imitation

D3-AM-11    Simon Roessig, Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Lena Pagel and Doris Mücke.    Prosodic realization of different focus types in Persian

D3-AM-12    Bruno Staszkiewicz.    Speech rate correlates with politeness in Spanish offers

D3-AM-13    Cristel Portes, Marie Kolenberg, Stéphane Rauzy and Roxane Bertrand.    Tonal density characterises the scope of the overbid use of connector “mais” in French conversation

D3-AM-14    Zenghui Liu and Min Wang.    Prosodic focus marking in Wa

D3-AM-15    Farhat Jabeen.    Interpretation of single vs.~multiple wh-questions in semi-spontaneous Urdu

D3-AM-16    Laura Colantoni, Michela Ippolito and Mariapaola D'Imperio.    Prosodic correlates of negative rhetorical questions in Lombard Italian

D3-AM-17    Constantijn L. van der Burght and Antje S. Meyer.    Interindividual variation in weighting prosodic and semantic cues during sentence comprehension – a partial replication of Van der Burght et al. (2021)

D3-AM-18    Mengzhu Yan, Sasha Calhoun and Qi Tan.    The role of prosody in pragmatic interpretation in Mandarin

D3-AM-19    Janne Lorenzen and Stefan Baumann.    Does communicative skill predict individual variability in the prosodic encoding of lexical and referential givenness?

D3-AM-20    Thalassio Briand, Camille Fauth and Marie Kuppelin.    Intonation and Fluency in Emotionally Dysregulated French Patients with an Acquired Brain Injury: Case Studies

D3-AM-21    Yao Lu, Ruiyao Zhong and Xiyu Wu.    The Perception of Declarative and Interrogative Sentences  of Chinese Autistic Children

D3-AM-22    Li Xia, Ting Wang and Yuhan Jiang.    The Effects of Autistic Traits on Pitch-Semantic Integration Processing: Evidence from an ERP Study

D3-AM-23    Ting Wang and Mengzhu Xu.    Lexical Tone Perception and Comprehension in Mandarin-Speaking Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

D3-AM-24    Vanessa Shih-Han Wu, Hohsien Pan and Susan Shur-Fen Gau.    Mandarin Tonal Contours in Speakers with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): Insights into Informational Structure

D3-AM-25    Erwan Pépiot.    Fundamental frequency in French-speaking children: about the influence of gender and social class

D3-AM-26    Michelina Savino, Simon Wehrle and Martine Grice.    The prosody of Italian newsreading: a diachronic analysis

D3-AM-27    Nicole Holliday.    Phrase-Final Voice Quality Variation Among Black and Latinx Southern California Youth

D3-AM-28    Wenjun Chen, Xiaoming Jiang, Jingyi Ge, Shuwan Shan, Siyuan Zou and Yiyang Ding.    Inconsistent prosodies more severely impair speaker discrimination of Artificial-Intelligence-cloned than human talkers

Yao Yao, Meixian Li, Shiyue Li and Charles B. Chang. Perceiving the social meanings of creaky voice in Mandarin Chinese

Giulio G.A. Severijnen, Verena M. Gärtner, Runa F.E. Walther and James M. McQueen. Talker-specific perceptual learning about lexical stress: stability over time

Martti Vainio, Antti Suni, Juraj Šimko and Sofoklis Kakouros. The Power of Prosody and Prosody of Power: An Acoustic Analysis of Finnish Parliamentary Speech

Kexin Wang, Carlos Ishi and Ryoko Hayashi. Acoustic analysis of several laughter types in conversational dialogues
 

Heiko Seeliger and Sophie Repp. Givenness perception in declaratives vs. exclamatives

Csilla Tatár, Jonathan Brennan, Jelena Krivokapić and Ezra Keshet. Examining melodiousness in sarcasm: wiggliness, spaciousness, and contour clustering

Chen Lan and Peggy Mok. Can Cantonese listeners identify the prosodic cues of sarcasm?

Xiaotong Xi, Siyu Zhou and Peng Li. Duration as a prosodic marker of contextual factors in Mandarin positive polar questions

D3-PM-01    Justine Mertz, Lena Pagel, Giuseppina Turco and Doris Mücke.    Gradiency and categoriality in the prosodic modulation of French Sign Language: A kinematic approach using Electromagnetic Articulography

D3-PM-02    Hao Lin, Yi Jiang and Yan Gu.    Prosodic marking of information status in Chinese Sign Language

D3-PM-03    Mario Augusto Souza Fontes, Sandra Madureira and Juliana Andreassa.    VISUAL CUES OF EMOTION EXPRESSION:  PERCEPTUAL EVALUATION AND AUTOMATED SYSTEM ANALYSIS

D3-PM-04    Patrick Louis Rohrer, Yitian Hong and Hans Rutger Bosker.    Gestures time to vowel onset and change the acoustics of the word in Mandarin

D3-PM-05    Floris Cos, Ronny Bujok and Hans Rutger Bosker.    Test-retest reliability of audiovisual lexical stress perception after >1.5 years

D3-PM-06    Hadrien Cousin.    A prosodic approach of constructed action in Belgian French

D3-PM-07    Jing Zhou and Yan Gu.    Unraveling Students’ Liking of Teachers: The Impact of Multimodal Cues during L2 English Vocabulary Teaching

D3-PM-08    Jiajun Gao and Yan Gu.    Same Sentences Different Meanings: Prosodic and Gestural Resolution of Ambiguity in Mandarin Chinese

D3-PM-09    Alina Gregori, Paula G. Sánchez-Ramón, Pilar Prieto and Frank Kügler.    Prosodic and gestural marking of focus types in Catalan and German

D3-PM-10    Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Tina Ghaemi, Tina Bögel and Bettina Braun.    Prosodic realization of rhetorical and information-seeking questions in Persian

D3-PM-11    Xiaomu Ren and Clara Cohen.    Native and Non-native listeners' Ability in Integrating Prosody and Verb Semantics in Mandarin Speech Comprehension under the Impact of Language-specific Prosodic System

D3-PM-12    Marlene Böttcher and Margaret Zellers.    When “uhm”, “and” and “yeah” sound the same — prosodic aspects of discourse pragmatic markers in American English

D3-PM-13    Jan Volín and Adléta Hanžlová.    Deaccented Verb as an Element in the Utterance Information Structure

D3-PM-14    Sophia Fünfgeld, Angelika Braun and Katharina Zahner-Ritter.    Intonational patterns of verbal irony: A cross-varietal study on two German regional accents

D3-PM-15    Hatice Zora, Helena Bowin, Mattias Heldner, Tomas Riad and Peter Hagoort.    The role of pitch accent in discourse comprehension and the markedness of Accent 2 in Central Swedish

D3-PM-16    Ahmed Ruby, Christian Hardmeier and Sara Stymne.    Investigating the Role of Prosody in Disambiguating Implicit Discourse Relations in Egyptian Arabic

D3-PM-17    Nanette Veilleux, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Sunwoo Jeong, Alejna Brugos and Byron Ahn.    Machine Learning Facilitated Investigations of Intonational Meaning: Prosodic Cues to Epistemic Shifts in American English Utterances

D3-PM-18    Mirjam van Tellingen, Joost Hurkmans, Hayo Terband, Ben Maassen and Roel Jonkers.    Music in the treatment of childhood  speech sound disorders: Evaluating prosody in Dutch-speaking children

D3-PM-19    Shawn Nissen, Cassidy Gooch, Annika Henderson, Rachel Child, Rebecca Lunt and Garrett Cardon.    A Perceptual and Acoustic Evaluation of the Prosodic Speech Patterns of Young Autistic Adults

D3-PM-20    Monika Krizic, Daniel Pape and Gemma Repiso-Puigdelliura.    Cue-weighting under focus: Predicting individual differences with autistic character traits

D3-PM-21    Joy Mills and Sasha Calhoun.    Not only pitch: individual differences and priming of the implicit prosody of ambiguous only-association

D3-PM-22    Yifan Yang and Yi Xu.    Human Vocal Attractiveness in British English as Perceived by Chinese University Students

D3-PM-23    Xuyi Wang and Hongwei Ding.    Acoustic-prosodic Analysis for Mandarin Disyllabic Words Conveying Vocal Emotions

D3-PM-24    Constantina Maltezou-Papastylianou, Reinhold Scherer and Silke Paulmann.    Acoustic classification of speech with trustworthy intent

D3-PM-25    Yuwen Yu and Sarah Ita Levitan.    Acoustic-Prosodic Cues to Trust and Mistrust in Spanish and English Dialogues

D3-PM-26    Emilie Marty, Caterina Petrone, James German and Roxane Bertrand.    Perception of Emotional Valence Projected by Prosody in Prefaces to Announcements of News

D3-PM-27    Soumik Dey, Guozhen An and Sarah Ita Levitan.    Analysis and Modeling of Self-Reported and Observer-Reported Personality Scores from Text and Speech

Jelena Krivokapic, Mark Tiede, Martha Tyrone, Ruaridh Purse and Jungyun Seo. The role of prosodic structure in the planning of coordinated speech and manual gestures

Albert Giberga, Alfonso Igualada, Nadia Ahufinger, Mari Aguilera, Ernesto Guerra and Nuria Esteve-Gibert. Prosody and gesture in the comprehension of pragmatic meanings: the case of children with Developmental Language Disorder

Patrick Louis Rohrer, Ronny Bujok, Lieke van Maastricht and Hans Rutger Bosker. The timing of beat gestures affects lexical stress perception in Spanish

Raphael Werner, Luc Selen and Wim Pouw. Arm movements increase acoustic markers of expiratory flow
 

 

July 5

D4-AM-01    Constantijn Kaland, Anjali Bhatara, Natalie Boll-Avetisyan and Thierry Nazzi.    Prosodic grouping in Akan and the applicability of the iambic-trochaic law

D4-AM-02    Gilly Marchini.    Peak alignment in Afro-Mexican Spanish: an exploratory analysis

D4-AM-03    Michaela Svatošová and Jan Volín.    Establishing the domain of intonation patterns: syllabic nuclei vs syllabic rimes

D4-AM-04    Catalina Torres and Sarah Babinski.    A corpus phonetics study of Dalabon nouns

D4-AM-05    Giovanni Leo, Claudia Crocco, Mariapaola D'Imperio and Barbara Gili Fivela.    Secondary prominence in Italian Southern varieties: the case of Cilentan

D4-AM-06    Kristine Yu and Alessa Farinella.    Prosodic variability in marking remote past in African American English

D4-AM-07    Kirsten Culhane.    Acoustic correlates of word stress in te reo Māori: Historical speakers

D4-AM-08    Plinio Barbosa.    The interplay between syllabic duration and melody to signal prosodic functions in reading and story retelling in Brazilian Portuguese

D4-AM-09    Morgane Peirolo, Candice Frances and Antje Meyer.    Investigating the causes of prosodic marking in self-repairs: an automatic process?

D4-AM-10    Tianyi Zhao, Tina Bögel, Alice Turk and Ricardo Napoleão de Souza.    Language redundancy effects on the prosodic word boundary strength in Standard German

D4-AM-11    Jeremy Steffman, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho and Sun-Ah Jun.    Speech rate and prosodic phrasing interact in Korean listeners' perception of temporal cues

D4-AM-12    Alexander Zahrer.    Exploring natural speech intonation of an under-researched Papuan language

D4-AM-13    Benazir Mumtaz and Miriam Butt.    The Prosody of Polar vs. Alternative Questions in Urdu

D4-AM-14   Wendy Elvira-García, Marisa Cruz, Marina Vigário and Sónia Frota.    An automatic prosodic transcriber for the P-ToBI system

D4-AM-15    Alex Peiró Lilja and Mireia Farrús Cabeceran.    Is Pitch Contour Sufficient to Encode Prosody in Neural Text-to-Speech?

D4-AM-16    Alice Ross, Martin Corley and Catherine Lai.    Is there an uncanny valley for speech? Investigating listeners’ evaluations of realistic TTS voices

D4-AM-17    Vincent P. Martin, Colleen Beaumard, Jean-Luc Rouas and Yaru Wu.    Is automatic phoneme recognition suitable for speech analysis? Temporal and performance evaluation of an Automatic Speech Recognition model in spontaneous French

D4-AM-18    Emily Lau, Brechtje Post and Kate Knill.    A Comparison of Synthesis Method Impact on Listener Perception of Play-Acted Speech

D4-AM-19    İpek Pınar Uzun.    How pupillary responses reflect the predictability of word stress in Turkish

D4-AM-20    Barbara Zeyer and Martina Penke.    Prosodic prominence and its hindering effect on word recall in German

D4-AM-21    André Bernardo, Pedro Correia, Marina Vigário, Ricardo Vigário and Sónia Frota.    Neural tracking of prosodic structure in delexicalized speech

D4-AM-22    Terumichi Ariga.    Role of Mispronunciation of Pitch Accent in Lexical Access in Japanese

D4-AM-23    Sita M. ter Haar.    Development Of The Rhythmically Coordinated Duet Of A Bird Species (Southern Ground Hornbills, Bucorvus leadbeateri)

D4-AM-24    Sichang Gao and Chao Kong.    The critical rhythm measures in classifying and assessing L2 Chinese speech

Kathleen Jepson, Rasmus Puggaard-Rode and John Mansfield. Stylised sustained prosody in three Australian languages

Rachida Ganga, Jorik Geutjes, Elanie van Niekerk, Victoria Reshetnikova and Aoju Chen. Processing prosodic boundaries in Dutch coordinated constructions

Nadja Spina and Alfred Lameli. Regional variation in pre-boundary lengthening from a horizontal and vertical perspective: Evidence from German dialect- and standard-targeted speech

Riccardo Orrico, Stella Gryllia, Na Hu, Jiseung Kim and Amalia Arvaniti. Prosodic prominence in Greek: methodological and theoretical considerations
 

Jungyun Seo, Ruaridh Purse and Jelena Krivokapić. Interaction between speech planning and prosodic structure in English

Dorotea Bevivino, Marie Huygevelde, Barbara Hemforth and Giuseppina Turco. Priming Boundaries in Production: Data from French

Nele Ots. The cognitive perspective on pre-planning sentence intonation: a cross-linguistic approach

Mila Freiseis, Tianyi Zhao and Tina Bögel. Semantic priming and prosodic structure: At the interface between language redundancy and acoustic salience
 

D4-PM-01    Philipp Meer, Ronald Francis and Robert Fuchs.    Lexical stress perception by Trinidadian English listeners

D4-PM-02    Chun-Jan Young.    Acoustic correlates of penultimate and final stress in Yami

D4-PM-03    Samuel Chakmakjian, Hossep Dolatian and Stavros Skopeteas.    Word Stress and Prosodic Events in Eastern Armenian

D4-PM-04    Jacob Hakim.    Using role-playing tasks to document intonational tune prototypes in Nasal, an endangered language of Sumatra

D4-PM-05    Adam Chong and Coppe van Urk.    A phonological model of Atara Imere intonation

D4-PM-06    Jiseung Kim, Na Hu, Stella Gryllia, Riccardo Orrico and Amalia Arvaniti.    Delineating H* and L+H* in Southern British English

D4-PM-07    Beata Lukaszewicz and Anna Lukaszewicz.    The effect of primary and rhythmic stress on onset consonant duration in Polish

D4-PM-08    Anna Pressler, Frank Kügler and Gerrit Kentner.    Length affects the positioning of French attributive adjectives - Evidence from perception and production

D4-PM-09    Kathleen Schneider, Outi Tuomainen, Isabell Wartenburger and Sandra Hanne.    Prosody can provide subtle disambiguating cues for local ambiguity resolution

D4-PM-10    Kaidi Lõo, Pärtel Lippus and Benjamin V. Tucker.    Effects of part-of-speech, quantity and predictability on acoustic durations in Estonian spontaneous speech

D4-PM-11    Yujie Ji and Xiaoming Jiang.    The role of prosodic cues in the perception and expectation of sentence completion in structurally ambiguous sentences

D4-PM-12    Buhan Guo, Nino Grillo, Sven Mattys, Andrea Santi, Shayne Sloggett and Giuseppina Turco.    The prosody of Clefted Relatives: A new window into prosodic representations

D4-PM-13    Shinichiro Ishihara and Joost van de Weijer.    Effects of word order and embedded clause boundary on intonation in Tokyo Japanese

D4-PM-14    Tina Bögel.    The German negative prefixes in- and un-: nasal place assimilation

D4-PM-15    Charles Brazier and Jean-Luc Rouas.    Usefulness of Emotional Prosody in Neural Machine Translation

D4-PM-16    Wei Li, Nobuaki Minematsu and Daisuke Saito.    WET: A Wav2vec 2.0-based Emotion Transfer Method for Improving the Expressiveness of Text-to-Speech

D4-PM-17    Yuwen Yu and Sarah Ita Levitan.    What makes a conversational agent sound trustworthy? Exploring the role of acoustic-prosodic factors

D4-PM-18    Leônidas Silva Jr, Plinio Barbosa and João Marcelo Monte da Silva.    PROTOSODY: A Semi-Automated Protocol for Experimental Prosody Research

D4-PM-19    Yuxi Zhou, Constantijn L. van der Burght and Antje S. Meyer.    Investigating the role of semantics and perceptual salience in the memory benefit of prosodic prominence

D4-PM-20    Celeste Olson, Suzanne Curtin and Angeliki Athanasopoulou.    Processing of Compound and Phrasal Prosody in (Canadian) English

D4-PM-21    Jiayin Gao and Justine Hui.    Individual differences in pitch encoding and its use in phonological categorisation: integration from the bottom-up

D4-PM-22    Zheng Yuan, Štefan Beňuš and Alessandro D'Ausilio.    Language Proficiency and F0 Entrainment: A Study of L2 English Imitation in Italian, French, and Slovak Speakers

D4-PM-23    Jiarui Zhang.    Question Intonation in Guanzhong Mandarin

D4-PM-24    Jingwen Huang, Aijun Li and Zhiqiang Li.    Focus Prosody in Shanghai Chinese

D4-PM-25    Yaqian Huang.    The effects of period doubling and vocal fry on the perceived naturalness of Mandarin tones

D4-PM-26    Jeremy Steffman and Jennifer Cole.    Comparing the imitation of naturally-produced and synthesized F0 in American English nuclear tunes

Jennifer Cole, Jeremy Steffman and Aya Awwad. Functional modeling of F0 variation across speakers and between phonological categories: Rising pitch accents in American English

Hae-Sung Jeon, Constantijn Kaland and Martine Grice. Cluster analysis of Korean IP-final intonation

Johannah O'Mahony, Niamh Corkey, Catherine Lai, Esther Klabbers and Simon King. Hierarchical Intonation Modelling for Speech Synthesis using Legendre Polynomial Coefficients

Christina Tånnander, Jim O'Regan, David House, Jens Edlund and Jonas Beskow. Prosodic characteristics of English-accented Swedish neural TTS
 

 

July 6

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