Poster Session 1: September 23

Poster Dimensions

Kristen SyrettKirsten NisulaGeorgia Simon and Stephen KlimashouskyRutgers UniversityThe contribution of information structure and prosody in sentence disambiguation in English
Karyn Fish and Marc D. PellMcGill UniversityProsodic markers of sincere compliments and white lies
Tuan Lam and Duane WatsonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignRepetition reduction: Repeated forms versus repeated referents
Gerrit Kentner and Caroline Féry, Goethe-Universität FrankfurtEffects of syntactic embedding and branching direction on prosodic boundary strength in production and comprehension
Karen BohnRichard Wiese and Ulrike DomahsPhilipps-Universität MarburgContext improves the acceptability of rhythmical violations: ERP studies on German rhythmical processing
Nancy HedbergJuan M. Sosa and Emrah GörgülüSimon Fraser UniversityOn the Meaning of Noncanonical Question Intonation
Leticia Rebollo-CoutoPriscila FerreiraNatália Figueiredo and Carolina Gomes,UniversidadeFederal do Rio de Janeiro – BrazilProsody and attitudinal meaning context in Argentinean and Uruguayan Spanish
Leticia Rebollo-CoutoMaristela PintoJosé Ricardo Dordron Pinho and Carolina GomesUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro – BrazilProsody and social context: information-seeking questions and polite requests in Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish
Meredith Brown (University of Rochester), Anne Pier Salverda (University of Rochester),Laura C.Dilley (Michigan State University) and Michael K. Tanenhaus(University of Rochester): Distal prosody influences lexical interpretation in online sentence processing
Jonathan HowellMcGill UniversityDebunking Focal Determinism on the Web: The Case of Adnominal Emphatic Reflexives
Kathryn Wilson, Alyssa Ibarra, and Amit AlmorUniversity of South CarolinaAccent, accessibility, and form in online reference resolution
Julia HolzgrefeCaroline SchröderBarbara Höhle and Isabell Wartenburger,University of Potsdam, GermanyNeurophysiological investigations on the processing of prosodic boundary cues
Annie C. Gilbert (Université de Montréal, Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies), Victor J. Boucher(Université de Montréal) andBoutheina Jemel (Hôpital Rivière-des-Prairies): The role of rhythmic chunking in speech: synthesis of findings and evidence from statistical learning
Pascale Lidji (McGill University, Université de Montréal, Université Libre de Bruxelles),Caroline Palmer (McGill University), Isabelle Peretz (Université de Montréal) andMichele Morningstar (McGill University): Healthy and aphasic participants entrain to metrical regularities in speech and song
Luciana Lucente (State University of Campinas), Julia Hirschberg (Columbia University) and Plínio Almeida Barbosa (State University of Campinas): Intonation, Discourse Structure and Information Status on Spontaneous Speech
Shani AbadaShari BaumJohn Drury and Karsten SteinhauerAFFILIATIONSERPs and eye movements elicited by cross-modal phrasal grouping mismatches
Giuseppina Turco (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) and Bettina Braun(University of Konstanz, Germany): Accentuation of phrase initial function words in French
Tyler Perrachione (MIT), Evelina Fedorenko (MIT), Louis Vinke (Massachusetts General Hospital), Edward Gibson(MIT) and Laura Dilley (Michigan State University):Pitch processing is shared between language and music
Fabian SchuböGoethe Universität, Frankfurt am MainProsodic Recursion in German Complex Clause Configurations
Jozina Vander KlokMichael Wagner and Heather GoadMcGill University:Contextual influence on acoustic correlates of focus in English, Québec French and European French
Meghan ArmstrongLlorenç BarrachinaKiwako ItoMònica SanzShari Speer,Laura Wagner and Pilar PrietoAFFILIATIONSInferring belief states through prosody: an eyetracking study
Kristine Yu (University of Maryland, University of Massachusetts Amherst), Sameer Ud Dowla Khan (Brown University) and Megha Sundara (University of California Los Angeles): A cross-linguistic investigation of information structure in infant-directed speech
Jeffrey Klassen and Michael WagnerMcGill UniversityContextual Effects on Prosody: Focus Antecedence vs. Accessibility
Vanessa HardyUniversity of TorontoSentence type or turn position: what determines final intonational contours?
Kyle LovsethLauren De La ParraMichael Wagner and Debra TitoneMcGill UniversitySpeakers Naturally Use Prosody to Acoustically Distinguish Idioms Intended Figuratively vs. Literally
Gina Cook and Siddhartha KattojuConcordia UniversityEliciting evolving information structure and audienceless vs audience oriented prosodies: experimentation on Android tablets
Yoko Saikachi (Riken BSI), Ken’ya Nishikawa (Riken BSI), Ai Kanato (Waseda University) and Reiko Mazuka (Riken BSI, Duke University): Acoustic analysis of lexical pitch accent in Japanese Infant-Directed Speech
Jason BishopUniversity of California Los AngelesProsodic Prominence and Information Structural Interpretation in On-line Lexical Processing
Byron AhnUniversity of California Los AngelesDefault Sentential Stress and Non-Exceptional Reflexives
Marie-Christine MeyerEvelina Fedorenko and Edward GibsonMITAn empirical evaluation of Jackendoff’s (1972) assumptions about A- and B-accents
Petra Augurzky(University of Tübingen), Arndt Riester (University of Stuttgart), Kerstin Eckart (University of Stuttgart), Gerhard Jäger (University of Tübingen), and Katrin Schweitzer (University of Stuttgart): Effects of transitivity and discourse-context on prosodic phrasing in German