Workshop on Experimental Linguistics 2006

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Program

 

ISCA Workshop on Experimental Linguistics

Program

SUNDAY 27
18.00-20.00 REGISTRATION
MONDAY 28
08.00-08.50 REGISTRATION
08.50-09.00 Opening sessionWelcome addressAntonis Botinis
09.00-10.30

Oral session 1

Chair: Christoforos Charalambakis

09.00-09.30

Tutorial paper 1

NeurolinguisticsDavid N. Caplan

09.30-09.50

Oral paper 1

Towards empirical dimensions for the classification of aphasic performanceAthanassios Protopapas, Spyridoula Varlokosta, Alexandra Economou and Maria Kakavoulia

09.50-10.10

Oral paper 2

Victoria Joffe and Spyridoula VarlokostaSyntactic abilities in Williams Syndrome: How intact is “intact”?

10.10-10.30

Oral paper 3

Production and perception of Greek vowels in normal and cerebral palsy speechAntonis Botinis, Marios Fourakis, John W. Hawks, Ioanna Orfanidou

10.30-10.50 COFFEE BREAK
10.50-12.20

Oral session 2

Chair: Marios Fourakis

10.50-11.20

Tutorial paper 2

Sensorimotor control of speech production: Models and dataJoseph S. Perkell

11.20-11.40

Oral paper 4

Pre-glottal vowels in Shanghai ChineseYiya Chen

11.40-12.00

Oral paper 5

Perception of complex coda clusters and the role of the SSP Irene Vogel and Robin Aronow-Meredith

11.40-12.00

Oral paper 5

Perception of complex coda clusters and the role of the SSP Irene Vogel and Robin Aronow-Meredith

12.00-12.20

Oral paper 6

Evaluation of a virtual speech cuerGuillaume Gibert, Gérard Bailly and Frédéric Elisei

12.20-13.30 LUNCH BREAK
13.30-15.30 Poster session 1

Poster paper 1

Effects of VV-sequence deletion across word boundaries in SpanishIrene Barberia

Poster paper 2

Distinctive feature enhancement: a reviewGeorge N. Clements and Rachid Ridouane

Poster paper 3

Analysis of stop consonant production in European Portuguese Marisa Lobo Lousada and Luis M. T. Jesus

Poster paper 4

Stress and accent: acoustic correlates of metrical prominence in CatalanLluïsa Astruc and Pilar Prieto

Poster paper 5

Factors influencing ratios of filled pauses at clause boundaries in JapaneseMichiko Watanabe, Keikichi Hirose, Yasuharu Den, Shusaku Miwa and Nobuaki Minematsu

Poster paper 6

Prosodic emphasis versus word order in Greek instructive texts Christina Alexandris and Stavroula-Evita Fotinea

Poster paper 7

Prosody and punctuation in The Stranger by Albert CamusMari Lehtinen

Poster paper 8

Animacy effects on discourse prominence in Greek complex NPsStella Tsaklidou and Eleni Miltsakaki

Poster paper 9

Speaker based segmentation on broadcast news-on the use of ISI techniqueS. Ouamour, M. Guerti and H. Sayoud

Poster paper 10

Melodic contours of yes/no questions in Brazilian Portuguese João Antônio de Moraes

Poster paper 11

Analysis of intonation in news presentation on televisionEmma Rodero

Poster paper 12

Formal expressive indiscernibility underlying a prosodic deformation modelIoana Suciu, Ioannis Kanellos and Thierry Moudenc

Poster paper 13

Measuring synchronization among speakers reading togetherFred Cummins

Poster paper 14

Acoustics of speech and environmental SoundsSusana M. Capitão Silva, Luis M. T. Jesus and Mário A. L. Alves

Poster paper 15

An acoustic study on the paralinguistic prosody in the politeness talk in Taiwan MandarinHsin-Yi Lin, Kwock-Ping John Tse and Janice Fon

TUESDAY 29
09.00-10.30

Oral session 3

Chair: Åsa Abelin

09.00-09.30

Tutorial paper 3

Quantal phonetics and distinctive featuresGeorge N. Clements and Rachid Ridouane

09.30-09.50

Oral paper 7

On learnability and naturalness as constraints on phonological grammar Hahn Koo and Jennifer Cole

09.50-10.10

Oral paper 8

Toward a rich phonologyRobert Port

10.10-10.30

Oral paper 9

Characteristics of pre-nuclear pitch accents in statements and yes-no questions in GreekMary Baltazani

10.30-10.50 COFFEE BREAK
10.50-12.20

Oral session 4

Chair: Robert Bannert

10.50-11.20

Tutorial paper 4

Phonological encoding in speech productionNiels O. Schiller

11.20-11.40

Oral paper 10

Broad vs. narrow focus in GreekStella Gryllia

11.40-12.00

Oral paper 11

Prosody, syntax, macrosyntaxPhilippe Martin

12.00-12.20 Panel discussionLinguistics in theory and practiceCoordinator: Antonis Botinis
12.20-13.30 LUNCH BREAK
13.30-15.30 Poster session 2

Poster paper 16

The influence of second language learning on speech production by Greek/English bilingualsNiki-Pagona Efstathopoulou

Poster paper 17

Formal features and intonation in Persian speakers’ English interlanguage wh-questionsLaya Heidari Darani

Poster paper 18

Assessing aspectual asymmetries in human language processingFoong Ha Yap, Stella Wing Man Kwan, Emily Sze Man Yiu, Patrick Chun Kau Chu and Stella Fat Wong

Poster paper 19

Templates from syntax to morphology: affix ordering in QafarPierre Rucart

Poster paper 20

A corpus based analysis of English, Swedish, Polish, and Russian prepositionsBarbara Gawronska, Olga Nikolaenkova and Björn Erlendsson

Poster paper 21

A new trainable trajectory formation system for facial animationOxana Govokhina, Gérard Bailly, Gaspard Breton and Paul Bagshaw

Poster paper 22

Gradience and parametric variation Theodora Alexopoulou and Frank Keller

Poster paper 23

Experimental Linguistics and Arabic MorphologyAli Idrissi

Poster paper 24

All roads lead to advertising: Use of proverbs in slogansHelena Margarida Vaz Duarte, Rosa Lídia Coimbra and Lurdes de Castro Moutinho

Poster paper 25

Incremental interpretation and discourse complexityJana Häussler and Markus Bader

Poster paper 26

Formality and informality in electronic communicationEdmund Turney, Carmen Pérez Sabater, Begoña Montero Fleta

Poster paper 27

Processing causal and diagnostic uses of soSharmaine Seneviratne

Poster paper 28

Effects of structural prominence on anaphora: The case of relative clausesEleni Miltsakaki and Paschalia Patsala

Poster paper 29

What is said and what is implicated: A study with reference to communication in English and RussianAnna Sysoeva

Poster paper 30

The effect of semantic distance in the picture-word interference taskSimon De Deyne, Sven Van Lommel and Gert Storms

Poster paper 32

Where the wine is velvet: Verbo-pictorial metaphors in written advertisingRosa Lídia Coimbra, Helena Margarida Vaz Duarte and Lurdes de Castro Moutinho

20.30 WORKSHOP DINNER
WEDNESDAY 30
09.00-10.30

Oral session 5

Chair: John Hawks

09.00-09.30

Tutorial paper 5

Topics in speech perceptionDiane Kewley-Port

09.30-09.50

Oral paper 13

Dynamic auditory representations and phonetic processing:The case of virtual diphthongsEwa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox and Lawrence L. Feth

09.50-10.10

Oral paper 14

Romanian palatalized consonants: A perceptual studyLaura Spinu

10.10-10.30

Oral paper 15

Towards multilingual articulatory feature recognition with Support Vector MachinesJan Macek, Anja Geumann and Julie Carson-Berndsen

10.30-10.50 COFFEE BREAK
10.50-12.20

Oral session 6

Chair: Maria Baltazani

10.50-11.20 Tutorial paper 6Spatial representation in language and thoughtAnna Papafragou
11.20-11.40

Oral paper 16

Experimental investigations on implicatures: a window into the semantics/pragmatics interfaceNapoleon Katsos

11.40-12.00

Oral paper 17

The acquisition of epistemic modalityAnna Papafragou and Ozge Isik Ozturk

12.00-12.20 Experiments in investigating sound symbolism and onomatopoeiaÅsa Abelin
12.20-12.30 Closing sessionOutcome and outlookAntonis Botinis