Poster Session 1

Salon A/B, Green Acre Campus Pointe (map)

Friday, October 5, 12:45pm – 2:00pm

(Click on titles for abstracts. If any presentation materials have been made available, you can access them by clicking on a relevant link below the title & author information. Workshop-related items are marked with ‡.)

  1. English vowel reduction is conditioned by duration, not stress
    Adam Albright (MIT)

  2. Contrast enhancement and cue trading in Irish consonant articulations
    Ryan Bennett, Jaye Padgett, Grant McGuire (UC Santa Cruz), and Máire Ní Chiosáin (UCD)

  3. Underlying vs. derived palatals in Xhosa: Neutralization of an ‘unnatural’ pattern
    Aaron Braver (Texas Tech University)

  4. ‡”Analyzing Nanjing Tones and Sandhi: statistical modelling methods
    Si Chen (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Caroline Wiltshire (University of Florida), Bin Li (City University of Hong Kong), & Ratree Wayland (University of Florida

  5. Native and non-native patterns in conflict: Lexicon vs. grammar in loanword adaptation in Brazilian Portuguese
    Natália Brambatti Guzzo (McGill University)

  6. ‡”Annotating archival recordings of Hocank (Winnebago)
    Nancy Hall, Elica Sue, and Irene Orellana (California State University Long Beach)[poster]

  7. Relative clause and downstep in Japanese
    Manami Hirayama (Seikei University) and Hyun Kyung Hwang (RIKEN)

  8. Voice Onset Time (VOT) and F0 of (im)plosives in Sindhi and Siraiki
    Qandeel Hussain (North Carolina State University, Raleigh)

  9. Articulatory-based subfeatural representations: tongue-tip perturbation made by high vowels
    Hayeun Jang (University of Southern California)

  10. Japanese Listeners Are More Likely to Perceive Illusory Vowels in Predictable Contexts
    Alexander Kilpatrick (University of Melbourne), Shigeto Kawahara (Keio University), Rikke Bundgaard-Nielsen (Western Sydney University & MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development), Brett Baker (University of Melbourne), and Janet Fletcher (University of Melbourne)

  11. Evidence for a pitch accent in Saguenay French
    Jeffrey Lamontagne, Heather Goad, and Morgan Sonderegger (McGill University)

  12. Tone-prominence interaction in Hän (Athabaskan)
    Blake Lehman (UCLA)

  13. Pitch and vowel duration make schwa invisible to Passamaquoddy stress
    Erin Olson (MIT)

  14. Listeners compensate for asymmetric sound change distribution of /s/-retraction in American English
    Jacob B. Phillips (University of Chicago)

  15. Phrase-level prosodic smothering: Evidence from Makonde
    Nicholas Rolle (University of California, Berkeley / Princeton University) and Larry M. Hyman (University of California, Berkeley)

  16. Effects of following voicing on perceived vowel duration
    Chelsea Sanker (Brown University)

  17. What we know about what we’ve never heard: evidence from production
    Jason A. Shaw (Yale University) and Shigeto Kawahara (Keio University)

  18. Posterior affricate in Mee and consonant-vowel place interactions
    Peter Staroverov (Wayne State University) and Sören E. Tebay (Leipzig University

  19. Introducing the Cross-Linguistic S-Cluster Inventory Database
    Marissa Woods, Ashley Farris-Trimble, and Danica Reid (Simon Fraser University

  20. Washo vowel harmony revisited
    Alan Yu, Sean Flamand, and Darby Douros (University of Chicago)