Poster Session 2: September 24

Poster Dimensions

Lauren TerzenbachUniversity of Texas at AustinMalayalam Prominence and Vowel Duration
Marisa Gomes FilipeSelene G. Vicente, and São Luís CastroUniversity of Porto, Portugal: Prosody in Children with Asperger Syndrome: Functional and Formal Assessments
Joseph TylerUniversity of MichiganDiscourse coherence in spoken vs. written discourse, and prosodic effects on coherence judgments
Cristel Portes (Université de Provence) and Leonardo Lancia (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology): Acoustic predictors of deaccentuation in French information focus sentences
Joseph Tyler (University of Michigan), Jason Kahn (University of North Carolina) andJennifer Arnold (University of North Carolina): Speakers use prosody to communicate discourse structure, and listeners use that prosody in comprehending discourse structure
Kiwako Ito (Ohio State University, Riken BSI), Chie Nakamura (Riken BSI, Keio University) and Reiko Mazuka (Keio University): Interaction between context-driven salience and prosody during referential resolution
Kiwako Ito and Shari SpeerOhio State UniversityPhonological and phonetic properties of contrastive referential expressions in spontaneous dialogue
Yurie Hara (City University of Hong Kong), Yuli Feng (City University of Hong Kong) andShigeto Kawahara (Rutgers University): The Prosody of Epistemic Implicature in Mandarin Chinese Yes-no questions: A rating study
Ryan C. TaylorLaurie A. StoweGisela Redeker and John C. J. HoeksUniversity of GroningenTalk to HER: Referent Form and Accessibility Factors in English and Spanish Pronoun Comprehension
Inbal Itzhak and Shari R. BaumMcGill University, CRLMBThe effect of accent on pronominal reference resolution in the context of Implicit Causality biases
Lydia WhiteHeather GoadHyekyung Hwang and Moti LiebermanMcGill UniversityL1 effects on L2 parsing: Prosody and constituent length
Arunima Choudhury and Elsi KaiserAFFILIATIONSProsodic focus in Bangla: Asymmetries in production and perception
Hyunah AhnUniversity of Hawai‘i at MānoaIntonational Phrase Boundary Tones and Argument-Drop Patterns in Korean
Janet Fodor and Stefanie NickelsCity University of New YorkProsodic phrasing as a source of center-embedding difficulty
Jennifer Cole (University of Illinois), Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT) and Hansjörg Mixdorff (BHT University of Applied Sciences): Are listeners sensitive to the phonological form of prosody or its phonetic encoding?
Reiko Mazuka (Riken BSI, Duke University), Yosuke Igarashi (Hiroshima University),Ken’Ya Nishikawa (Riken BSI) and Nobuyuki Jincho (Riken BSI): Intonational phonological analysis of infant-directed speech yields new insight into how mothers modify their prosody when speaking to infants
Marisa Cruz and Sónia FrotaUniversidade de LisboaProsodic focus in varieties of European Portuguese across sentence types and speech styles
Sara Bogels (Glasgow University), Herbert Schriefers (Radboud University Nijmegen),Wietske Vonk (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) and Dorothee Chwilla (Radboud University Nijmegen): Pitch accents in (visual and linguistic) context: ERPs reveal that missing accents are harder to process than superfluous accents
Petra Augurzky (University of Tübingen), Boris Kotchoubey (University of Tübingen) andGrzegorz Dogil (University ofStuttgart): Neurophysiological correlates of argument structure processing in German – Effects of implicit-prosodic context and presentation technique
Nino Grillo and João Costa, Centro de Linguística da Universidade Nova de LisboaVariable Syntax, Uniform Parsing
Canan Ipek and Kaiser ElsiUniversity of Southern CaliforniaProduction and perception of focus in Turkish: Prosodic and Syntactic cues
Sarah Bibyk (University of Rochester), Willemijn Heeren (Leiden University), Christine Gunlogson (University of Rochester) and Michael Tanenhaus (University of Rochester):Gotta conundrum, gotta solution
Mathilde Dargnat (ATILF-CNRS), Anne Bonneau (LORIA-CNRS), Vincent Colotte(LORIA-CNRS) and Katarina Bartkova (ATILF-CNRS): Intra- and Inter-clausal Continuation Slopes in French: First Results
Tuuli H. MorrillLaura C. Dilley and J. Devin McauleyMichigan State University:Effects of prosodic pitch and timing patterns on word segmentation: Evidence for the perceptual grouping hypothesis
Mara Breen (UMass Amherst/Mount Holyoke College), Laura Dilley (Michigan State University), J. Devin Mcauley(Michigan State University) and Lisa Sanders (UMass Amherst): Event-related potential indices of speech segmentation are modulated by distal prosody
Efrat PaukerMichael Wagner, and Karsten SteinhauerMcGill University, CRLMB:Effects of gradient prosodic boundary strength on syntactic ambiguity resolution
Yuki Asano and Bettina Braun, University of KonstanzThe change of prosodic features in the reinforcement of utterances: A study of native and non-native speakers of Japanese
Hyekyung HwangMichael Wagner and Karsten SteinhauerMcGill UniversityThe role of prosody in processing word order variation
Aron Hirsch and Michael WagnerMcGill UniversityContext and Prominence in English Intransitive Sentences
Mary Grantham O’BrienUniversity of CalgaryDynamic Localization in German and English
Alexandros Christodoulou and Jennifer E. ArnoldUNC Chapel HillThe trade-off between latency to begin speaking and word duration
Kristen Tooley (University of Illinois), Agnieszka Konopka (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics) and Duane Watson (University of Illinois): Can prosody be primed?
Mary Byram WashburnElsi Kaiser and Maria Luisa ZubizarretaUniversity of Southern CaliforniaFocus Facilitation and Non-associative Sets