Workshop on Experimental Linguistics 2010

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Partipants' Data

Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics

25-27 August 2010, Athens, Greece

Participants UNIVERSITY-INSTITUTION COUNTRY PAPER
Agapitou Paraskevi University of  Thessaly Greece Language difficulties in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Alexandris Christina National University of Athens Greece Human-computer interaction systems and elderly users: Linguistic specifications for prosodic modeling
Alonso Pilar Universidad de Salamanca Spain Importing mental patterns of coherence as a comprehension strategy: a case study of errors in reference assignment
Anastassiou Fotini University of Thrace, Greece Evaluating languages functions in a trilingual setting
Andreou Georgia University of  Thessaly Greece Language difficulties in children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder / Evaluating languages functions in a trilingual setting
Blochowiak Joanna University of Geneva Switzerland The impact of order and aspect in processing of causally linked sentences
Bucio García Francisco Javier El Colegio de México-UAM Mexico Tarascan dialectal and generational differences around aspirated stops
Calabrese Andrea University of Connecticut USA Visual attention during L1 and L2 sounds perception: an eye-tracking study
Castro Luciana Federal University of Rio de Janeiro Brazil The prosody of the TV news speaking style in Brazilian Portuguese
Chaida Anthi University of Athens Greece Perceptual cues for sentence intonation in Greek
d’Apolito Sonia University of Salento Italy Coarticulation of consonant clusters in Italian learners of French
de Camargo Zuleica Antonia Voice and Speech Laboratory - CEFAC Institute Brazil The acoustic analysis of speech samples designed for the Voice Profile Analysis Scheme for Brazilian Portuguese (BP-VPAS): long-term f0 and intensity measures
Droua-Hamdani Ghania SPS Laboratory CRSTDLA Algeria Algerian Arabic rhythm classification
Epistithiou Anna University of Cyprus Cyprus
Fourakis Marios University of Wisconsin USA Acoustic correlates of nasopharyngeal resonance
Fox Robert Allen The Ohio State University USA Dialect and generational differences in vowel space areas
Fujio Misa Toyo University Japan How to incorporate qualitative analysis into experimental research -Why Japanese students studying in the UK did not improve their fluency?-
Galantomos Ioannis University of  Thessaly Greece Evaluating languages functions in a trilingual setting
Grohmann Kleanthes K. University of Cyprus Cyprus Embedded aspect in L2 acquisition: Evidence from L1-Russian learners of Greek / Metalanguage or bidialectism? Acquisition of clitic placement by Hellenic Greeks, Greek Cypriots and binationals in the diglossic context of Cyprus / Acquisition of lightverbhood: Evidence from Cypriot Greek
Hatzivasiliou Thalia Athens Metropolitan College Greece Production of inflectional morphology in a child with moderate hearing impairment
Hatzopoulou Marianna Athens Metropolitan College Greece Production of inflectional morphology in a child with moderate hearing impairment
Henriques Isabel Clup-Centro de Linguística da Universidade do Porto Portugal How learning to read and write influences the dialectal traits in -sC clusters
Kainada Evia University of Edinburgh, University of Leeds UK Boundary-related durations in Modern Greek
Kambanaros Maria European University Cyprus Cyprus Action and object naming in mono- and bilingual children with language impairment
Kapatsinski Vsevolod University of Oregon USA Is that a bnik I see? Testing phonotactics using word-picture matching
Karpava Svetlana University of Cyprus Cyprus Embedded aspect in L2 acquisition: Evidence from L1-Russian learners of Greek
Kliper Roi The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel Evidence for depression and schizophrenia in speech prosody
University of Athens Greece Focus prominence and tonal alignment in Athenian and Cypriot Greek
Lazarou Evaggelia Athens Metropolitan College Greece The effect of cochlear implants on phonological acquisition
Lehtinen Mari University of Helsinki Finland Observations on the prosodic characteristics of Finnish-speaking youngsters with Asperger Syndrome
Leivada Evelina University of Cyprus Cyprus Metalanguage or bidialectism? Acquisition of clitic placement by Hellenic Greeks, Greek Cypriots and binationals in the diglossic context of Cyprus
Li Bin City University of Hong Kong Hong Kong Contextual information in (non) native speech perception in noise
Madureira Sandra Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo Brazil Exploring sound symbolism in the investigation of speech expressivity
Martin Philippe Université Paris Diderot France A dynamic view of the prosodic structure: The example of French
Martins Paula University of Aveiro Portugal Towards an articulatory characterization of European Portuguese /l/
Mavroudi Paraskevi University of Cyprus Cyprus Acquisition of lightverbhood: Evidence from Cypriot Greek
Müller Daniela Universitat de Tolosa 2, Universität Heidelberg France, Germany Phonetic factors influencing /l/-rhoticisation in Greek
Nikolaenkova Olga University of Athens Greece Perception of “tonal focus” in Greek
Nirgiannaki Elina University of Athens Greece Acoustic structure of fricative consonants in Greek
Oh Sunyoung City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong The IPA training on the pronunciation of difficult English words for Cantonese speakers
Oliveira Catarina University of Aveiro Portugal Towards an articulatory characterization of European Portuguese /l/
Panaretou Eleni University of Athens Greece Text punctuation and prosody in Greek
Paradowski Michal B.  University of Warsaw Poland A complexity science perspective on language spread
Pavlou Natalia University of Cyprus Cyprus Inda mbu, nambu or ine ti pu? Acquiring complex structures in Cypriot Greek
Peltola Maija S. University of Turku, Finland Two languages – one brain
Roberts Lisa University of York UK Real and acted responses of distress: an auditory & acoustic analysis of extreme stress & emotion / How context affects perception: judging distress & linguistic content in forensic
audio recordings
Savino Michelina  University of Cologne Germany How context affects perception: judging distress & linguistic content in forensic audio recordings
Selouani Sid Ahmed LARIHS Lab.  Moncton University Canada Algerian Arabic rhythm classification
Shukla Sunil R. Georgia Institute of Technology USA Improving intelligibility of synthesized speech in noise with emphasized prosody
Silva Cláudia  University of Porto Portugal There is more to chat discourse than written conversation
Sisinni Bianca University of Salento Italy Visual attention during L1 and L2 sounds perception: an eye-tracking study
Szabó Eszter Budapest University of Technology and Economics Hungary Pause ratio effect in emotion ascribing
Tamminen Hanna University of Turku, Finland Two languages – one brain
Teixeira António University of Aveiro Portugal Towards an articulatory characterization of European Portuguese /l/
Teixeira de Sousa Lilian University of Campinas Brazil Prosodic evidences to sentential negation in Brazilian Portuguese
Themistokleous Charalambos University of Athens Greece Focus prominence and tonal alignment in Athenian and Cypriot Greek
Theodorou Eleni University of Cyprus Cyprus Narratives in Cypriot Greek mono- and bilingual children with SLI
Todaka Yuichi Miyazaki Municipal University English communication skills for prospective English teachers in Japan
Twist Alina Morphological productivity in Maltese verbs
Vaizman Yonatan The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel Evidence for depression and schizophrenia in speech prosody

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