Program

Monday, 27th September

Rachid Ridouane (Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie, Paris):
Phonological units underlying speech production: Acoustic or articulatory goals?

Pierre Hallé (Laboratoire de Psychologie Expérimentale, Boulogne-Billancourt):
Global and detailed speech representations in early language acquisition

Oral session 1 – Speech Acquisition and Learning
1.Krisztina Zajdo
: Teaching vowel production to young children: Physical and cognitive changes reflected in speech sound production
2. Doug Whalen, Sara Giulivi, Hosung Nam, Andrea Levitt, Pierre Hallé & Louis Goldstein: Dynamical preferences in babbling and adult language
3. Aude Noiray & Lucie Ménard: Measures of lingual coarticulation in children

Oral session 2 – Phonetics
1. Bernd Pompino-Marschall & Marzena Zygis
: On glottalization in German
2. Fayssal Bouarourou, Béatrice Vaxelaire, Fabrice Hirsch, Camille Fauth & Rudolph Sock: Gemination in Tarifit Berber: doing one or two things at once?

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Tuesday, 28th September

Noël Nguyen (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Aix en Provence):
The dynamical approach to speech perception: From fine phonetic detail to abstract phonological categories

Oral session 3 – Interaction Production/Perception
1. Leonardo Lancia, Susanne Fuchs, Amélie Rochet-Capellan & Mariam Hartinger: Is there similar evidence for the labial-coronal effect in German as in French? A multivariate portrait
2.
Jana Brunner, Phil Hoole, Frank Guenther & Joseph Perkell: Dependence of compensatory strategies on the shape of the vocal tract during speech perturbed with an artificial palate
3. Natalie Lewandoski
: Decisive factors for the degree of phonetic convergence in native-nonnative conversations

Marianne Pouplier (Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung, München):
Gestural models of speech production planning

Poster session 1
1. Shanqing Cai, Satrajit Gosh, Joseph Perkell & Frank Guenther: The Role of Auditory Feedback in the Online Control of Multisyllabic Articulation
2. Fabrice Hirsch, Henri Dreyfus, Rudolph Sock, Camille Fauth, Fayssal Bouarourou & Marion Béchet: Blind people do hear anticipatory gestures earlier than unimpaired subjects
3.
Anna Janska: Investigating the structure of the perceptual vowel space
4.
Mark Scott & Henny Yeung: Smile to hear “ee”
5.
Catia Pinho: Acoustic and aerodynamic analysis of speech production by patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis
6.
Christian Geng, Christine Mooshammer & Hosung Nam: How targetless is Schwa in pretonic /C Schwa C/ sequences?
7.
Nicole Neef, Martin Sommer, Walter Paulus, Alexander Wolff von Gudenberg, Torsten Wüstenberg: Instable Phoneme Categorization in Adults Who Stutter

Oral session 4 – Prosody & Timing
1. Anne Hermes, Martine Grice, Doris Mücke & Henrik Niemann: Gestural planning in Italian syllables
2.
Henrik Niemann, Doris Mücke, Martine Grice, Hosung Nam & Anne Hermes: Intergestural coupling accounts for differences in tonal alignment
3.
Piers Messum: The role of the dynamical properties of child speech breathing in planning the timing of speech

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Wednesday, 29th September

Linda Wheeldon (University of Birmingham):
Producing spoken sentences: The scope of incremental planning

Oral session 5 – Planning and anticipation
1. Ralf Winkler, Liang Ma & Pascal Perrier: A model of optimal speech production planning integrating dynamical constraints to achieve appropriate articulatory timing
2. Susanne Fuchs, Caterina Petrone & Jelena Krivokapic: Is the length of a sentence pre-planned? Evidence from breathing control, intraoral
pressure and f0

3. Rudolph Sock, Béatrice Vaxelaire, Fabrice Hirsch, Véronique Ferbach-Hecker, Johanna- Pascale Roy, Fayssal Bouarourou & Marion Béchet: Presenting the Anticipatory Perception based on Events (APE) hypothesis

Peter Dominey (Stem-cell and Brain Resarch Institute, Lyon):
Coordination of speech and action in human-robot cooperation

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Thursday, 30th September

Jelena Krivokapic (Yale University, New Haven):
Prosodic planning in speech production

Oral session 6 – Prosody 2
1. Anne Zimmer-Stahl: Speech timing and tonal alignment in non-fluent aphasia
2. Antonio Stella: Native language influences in focus intonation: analysis of tonal alignment in Italian and German productions of speakers from Lecce (South Italy)
3. Tim Röttger, Ulrike Domahs, Marion Grande & Frank Domahs: Structural factors affecting the assignment of word stress in German

Paul Cisek (University of Montréal):
Integrated neural mechanisms of decision-making and sensorimotor planning

Poster session 2
1. Maria Cantoni: On the production and perception of rhythmic patterns: an experimental study on Brazilian Portuguese lexical stress
2. Sandrine Clairet, Gilles Delmée, Véronique Delvaux, Kathy Huet, Myriam Piccaluga & Bernard Harmegnies: Learning new inter-gestural timing patterns: how does coproduction/coarticulation help Belgian French speakers to learn how to produce Southern French nasal vowels?
3. Alessandra Piatti: Prosodic planning and linguistic interference: a case in poetic metrics (Boris Pasternak and the Georgians)
4. Fabian Tomaschek & Ingo Hertrich: The behavioral processing of the quantity contrast of the vowel [a] in German by German native speakers
5. Frits van Brenk & Anja Lowit: Analyzing speech movement variability from audio recordings
6. Béatrice Vaxelaire, Camille Fauth, Fabrice Hirsch, Fayssal Bouarourou & Rudolph Sock: Anticipatory and sustained coupling of jaw and tongue gestures in VCV sequences: an x-ray study

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Friday, 1st October

Pascal Perrier (GIPSA Lab, Grenoble):
Gestures planning integrating dynamical constraints and related issues in speech motor control

Oral session 7 – Speech Production
1. Jana Brunner, Satrajit Ghosh, Phil Hoole, Melanie Matthies, Mark Tiede & Joseph Perkell: Relation between speaker auditory acuity and the use of motor equivalence in production of the sibilant /ʃ/
2. Mark Tiede: Head movement correlates with increased effort in an accelerating speech production task
3. Ian Howard & Piers Messum: Modelling unsupervised and caregiver tutored development of infant speech pronunciation







International Summerschool Berlin 2010