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Mirjam Ernestus

Centre for Language Studies
Radboud University Nijmegen
P.O. Box 9103
6500 HD Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Email: m.ernestus@let.ru.nl
Telephone: +31-24-3620213

Centre for Language Studies
Faculty of Arts
Radboud University Nijmegen

Workshop

Production and Comprehension of Conversational Speech

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  • Monday December 12, 2011

9.00

9.25

Registration and coffee/tea

9.25

9.30

Welcome

9.30

11.00

Monday morning session 1

9.30

10.00

Laurence White, Lukas Wiget, Katharine Barden, Ahsanul Kabir, Olesya Rauch, Sven Mattys

"Turn left at the grey tanker": Production and perception of segmentation cues in spontaneous speech

10.00

10.30

Vincent Aubanel, Julian Villegas, Martin Cooke

Conversing in the presence of another conversation: interactive and Lombard effects.

10.30

11.00

Katharine Barden, Sarah Hawkins

Towards Ecological Validity in Studying Adaptation to Accents: An Investigation of the Role of Morphological Structure in Perceptual Learning

11.00

11.30

Coffee

11.30

12.30

Monday morning session 2

11.30

12.00

Marco Van de Ven, Benjamin Tucker, Mirjam Ernestus

Semantic Context Effects in the Processing of Unreduced and Reduced Sentences

12.00

12.30

Richard Ogden, Beatrice Szczepek-Reed

Phonetic Details as Interactional Resources

12.30

13.30

Lunch at the institute

13.30

14.30

Monday afternoon session 1

13.30

14.00

Benjamin Tucker, Antti Arppe

Allophonic realizations of the phoneme /t/ in an English spontaneous speech corpus

14.00

14.30

Tyler Kendall, Ann Bradlow, Brett Margolis

Speech Timing and Accommodation in Native and Non-native English Interactions

14.30

15.00

Coffee

15.00

16.30

Monday afternoon session 2

15.00

15.30

Oliver Niebuhr, Evelin Graupe, Laura Dilley

You don't have to say a word - How duration and F0 trigger or hinder the perception of function words in German

15.30

16.00

Philip Dilts, Harald Baayen, Benjamin Tucker

Describing and predicting phonetic reduction in a corpus of spontaneous speech

16.00

16.30

Valerie Hazan, Rachel Baker

Between-speaker variability in the clarity of spontaneous speech

16.30

Excursion & dinner

  • Tuesday December 13, 2011

8.30

9.00

Coffee

9.00

10.30

Tuesday morning session 1

9.00

9.30

James Scobbie, Eleanor Lawson, Jane Stuart-Smith

Tongues in Conversation: a Sociophonetic Comparison of some Scottish Lingual Variables in Conversational and Wordlist Speech

9.30

10.00

Paul Carter, Leendert Plug

The phonetics of self-repair in spontaneous Dutch

10.00

10.30

Harald Baayen, Benjamin Tucker

Acoustic duration is predicted by syntactic prototypicality

10.30

11.00

Coffee

11.00

12.00

Tuesday morning session 2

11.00

11.30

Laura Burchfield, Ann Bradlow

Comparison of Reduction in Spontaneous Mandarin and English Speech

11.30

12.00

Mybeth Lahey, Mirjam Ernestus

Acoustic reduction in infant-directed speech

12.00

13.00

Lunch at the institute

13.00

14.00

Tuesday afternoon session 1

13.00

13.30

Susanne Brouwer, Holger Mitterer, Falk Huettig

Discourse context and the recognition of reduced and canonical forms

13.30

14.00

Katja Pöllmann, Hans Bosker, James McQueen, Holger Mitterer

Do Listeners Form Expectations About a Speaker's Tendencies to Reduce?

14.00

15.30

Coffee & poster session

15.30

16.30

Tuesday afternoon session 2

15.30

16.00

Cedric Gendrot, Martine Adda-Decker, Carolin Schmid

F0 Declination in French: Broadcast News versus Spontaneous Speech

16.00

16.30

Ann Bradlow, Valerie Hazan, Midam Kim, Michele Pettinato

Interlocutor Accommodation Across Communication Barriers in Naturalistic Conversations

16.30

Drinks