Program Details

S1: Opening Session (Day 1, 09:00 – 09:30)

K1: Keynote Speech 1 (Day 1, 09:30 – 10:30)

Title: Tones, Tunes and the Dynamics of Intonational Categories

Speaker: Jennifer S Cole, Northwestern University, USA

Chair:  Wentao Gu

S2: Tea Break (Day 1, 10:30 – 11:00)

O1: Pitch and Pitch Accent (Day 1, 11:00 – 12:00)

Chair: Poh Shih Chiew

35: Speakers adaptively plan f0 trajectories under rate changes: Evidence from Thai contour tones

Burroni, Francesco; Kirby, James

43: No effects of f0 manipulation and phrase position in Korean word recognition

Kaland, Constantijn; Gordon, Matthew; Jang, Jiyoung; Katsika, Argyro

44: Individual variability in the production of consonant-induced pitch perturbations at vowel onset in Thai

Silpachai, Alif; Hu, Na; Arvaniti, Amalia

S3: Lunch (Day 1, 12:00 – 13:30)

O2: Diverse Aspects of Prosody (Day 1, 13:30 – 14:30)

Chair: Jennifer S Cole

25: The phonetics and pragmatics of H* and L+H* in British English

Kim, Jiseung; Hu, Na; Orrico, Riccardo; Gryllia, Stella; Arvaniti, Amalia

41: Synthesising and Assessing Performative Speech Modes

Lau, Emily; Post, Brechtje; Knill, Katherine M

84: Exploring Rhythmic Patterns in Deori and Mising using Read Speech Data

Saikia, Krisangi; Mahanta, Shakuntala

86: Production of Mandarin Tones in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Gu, Wentao; Fan, Ping; Liu, Weiguo

S4: Tea Break (Day 1, 14:30 – 15:00)

P1: Poster Session 1 (Day 1, 15:00 – 16:00)

2: Cross-language perception of the Japanese singleton/geminate contrast: Case of Vietnamese speakers with and without Japanese language experience

Kimiko, Tsukada; Đào,Đích; Huyen, Trang

3: OCP and downstep in Japanese

Hirayama, Manami; Hwang, Hyun Kyung; Kato, Takaomi

5: Mutual predictability of the accent patterns of Tokyo and Osaka Japanese

Noguchi, Hiroto

17: Polite Tones of Voice in Transition: Investigating Speech Production and Perception in Thai Speakers of Different Generations

Jitwiriyanont, Sujinat 

18: The prosody of polar response particles in German and Dutch

Repp, Sophie; Ulbrich, Christiane

26: The prosody of contrastive focus and verum focus in rejections

Seeliger, Heiko; Repp, Sophie

29: Vocative Intonation in Bulgarian

Andreeva, Bistra; Dimitrova, Snezhina

36: Challenging categorical perception of lexical tone and gradient perception of intonation —— Evidence from Cantonese identification and discrimination studies

Yang, Yang; Gussenhoven, Carlos; Reshetnikova, Victoria; van de Ven, Marco

40: F0 Change of Lexical Tones in Loud Speech

liu, weitong; zhang, hui; shi, jiajia; ye, yuhan

47: Vowels, Tones and Tonogenesis in Braj Bhasha

Ojha, Neetesh Kumar; Mahanta, Shakuntala

O3: Typological Prosody (Day 1, 16:00 – 17:00)

Chair: Caicai Zhang

6: Modelling Fijian focus prosody using PENTAtrainer: A pilot study

Lee, Albert; Simard, Candide; Tamata, Apolonia; Xu, Yi; Prom-on, Santitham; Sun, Jiaying

9: Syntax-Prosody mismatches in Teotitlán Zapotec

Uchihara, Hiroto; Gutiérrez, Ambrocio

50: Prosodic phrasing in Breton

Elfner, Emily; Torres-Tamarit, Francesc; Jouitteau, Mélanie

82: The Prosodic Profile of Black Mountain Mönpa

Hyslop, Gwendolyn

E1: City Tour (Day 1, 17:00 – 21:00)

K2: Keynote Speech 2 (Day 2, 09:00 – 10:00)

Title: Perceptual similarity and acoustic variability as filters on tonal variation and change

Speaker: James Kirby, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany

Chair: Amalia Arvaniti

S5: Tea Break (Day 2, 10:00 – 10:30)

O4: Tones in Chinese Languages (Day 2, 10:30 – 12:00)

Chair: Bei Yang

7: Cross-generational variability of laryngeal contrasts in Shuangfeng Xiang Chinese

Shi, Menghui; chen, yiya

22: The Interaction of Tonal and Metrical Prominence in the Pingding Variety of Chinese

Jia, Pingping

32: Polysyllabic tone sandhi and morphosyntax in Xiangshan Wu Chinese

Shi, Yibing; Nolan, Francis; Post, Brechtje

85: Roles of F0 Range/Slope and Duration in Cueing the Mandarin Rising or Falling Tones

Zhang, Wei; Gu, Wentao

73: Carryover Tonal Variations for Speech Recognition in Standard Chinese

Hasanah, Hana N; Yang, Qing; chen, yiya

69: Aspiration and tones in Guangxi Cantonese

Yang, Bei; Xian, Wenting

S6: Lunch (Day 2, 12:00 – 13:30)

K3: Keynote Speech 3 (Day 2, 13:30 – 14:30)

Title:Exploring the Relationship Between Gesture and Pitch ‘Prominence’ From the Perspective of African Tonal Languages

Speaker: Katie Franich, Harvard University, USA

Chair: Hansjörg Mixdorff

S7: Tea Break (Day 2, 14:30 – 15:00)

P2: Poster Session 2 (Day 2, 15:00 – 16:00)

24: The Attractivity of Average Speech Rhythm in Mandarin Chinese

Oh, Gyong Min; Wang, Chun; Kaland, Constantijn

39: Encoding Tone Sandhi in Zhangzhou Southern Min: An Inter-disciplinary Exploration

Huang, Yishan

46: The effect of post-tonic lengthening and F0 in Syrian Arabic prosody

Al Hasan, Malek; Mahanta, Shakuntala

49: Intonation of angry and happy Singapore English acted speech

Koh, Rae Jia Xin; Tan, Ying Ying

52: Deconstructing the phonetic corelates of syllable prominence in Mundari

Horo, Luke; Gogoi, Pamir; Anderson, Gregory

66: Untangling the Word-Tone System: The Basic Tonal and Prosodic Patterns in Choca-ngaca

Wang, Xiyao

70: Study on Chinese Tone Acquisition of Learners From Different Language Backgrounds

LI, Jinhao

77: Production of Mandarin Third Tone Sandhi by the Young generation in Malaysia

Ren, Xin; Chiew, Poh Shin

79: Tonal Variation of Southern Min Dialect: A Case Study of Klang Hokkien in Malaysia

Chiew, Poh Shin; Chau, Meng Huat

80: Pitch Accents, Boundary Tones and Tune Compositionality

Gryllia, Stella; Arvaniti, Amalia; Kim, Jiseung; Hu, Na; Orrico, Riccardo

O5: L2/Bilingual Prosody (Day 2, 16:00 – 17:30)

Chair: James Kirby 

8: The Effects of Imitation and Emphasis Levels on the Learning of Post-Focus Compression: A Case Study of Cantonese Speakers on English

To, Ann Wai Huen; Xu, Yi

21: Spanish imperatives produced by proficient Chinese learners of Spanish: The differences in prenuclear pitch accent and boundary tones

Xi, Xiaotong; Li, Peng

27: Does Bilingualism Influence Attentional Control in the Cantonese Tone Dichotic Listening?

WANG, Yuqi; Qin, Zhen

37: L2 learning and language attrition in intonation: analysis of Spanish L2 and Brazilian

Silva, Cristiane C; Mixdorff, Hansjörg; Arantes, Pablo

71: The acquisition of L2 Mandarin T3 sandhi and neutral tone by Japanese speakers

Shu, Tong; Mok, Peggy

81: Exploring the Utility of Automatically Generated References for Assessing L2 Prosody

Julião, Mariana; Abad, Alberto; Moniz, Helena

E2: Banquet (Day 2, 18:30 – 21:00)

K4: Keynote Speech 4 (Day 3, 09:00 – 10:00)

Title: When East speaks West: Assumptions about Prominence and Intonation in Singapore English

TAN Ying Ying, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Chair: Yiya Chen

S8: Tea Break (Day 3, 10:00 – 10:30)

O6: Contextual Tones (Day 3, 10:30 – 12:00)

Chair: Katie Franich

33: Stylised Tone and Intonation in Dog Directed Speech

Huang, Yu-Xian

34: Tonal coarticulation in Angami level tones

Terhiija, Viyazonuo; Gwirie, Zhonei i; Sarmah, Priyankoo

38: Attitudinal Prosody in Hindi

Mixdorff, Hansjörg; Ghosh, Archishman; Khatri, Prashant; Rao, Preeti; Meireles, Alexsandro

42: A Preliminary Investigation of the Phonetic Characteristics of Moklen Tones

Pornpottanamas, Warunsiri; Pittayaporn, Pittayawat; Maspong, Sireemas

55: Tone in Binumarien Loans: Incorporating Tok Pisin Words in a Kainantu (Papuan) Tonal System

van Dasselaar, Renger

67: PraaPer: simple, rich and intuitive representations for tone and intonation

cangemi, francesco; albert, aviad

S9: Lunch (Day 3, 12:00 – 13:30)

O7: Intonation (Day 3, 13:30 – 14:30)

Chair: Ying Ying Tan

4: The perception of German wh-phrase-final intonation: a contour clustering evaluation

Seeliger, Heiko; Lützeler, Anne; Kaland, Constantijn

30: Ethnicity and intonational variation in Singapore English child-directed speech

Chong, Adam; Sim, Jasper H; Post, Brechtje

57: Exploring intonational patterns of poetic speech: Insights from a large corpus of German poetry

Schauffler, Nadja; Ketschik, Nora; Jung, Kerstin; Blessing, André; Koch, Julia; Bernhart, Toni; Kinder, Anna; Kuhn , Jonas ; Richter, Sandra; Sturm, Rebecca; Viehhauser, Gabriel; Vu, Ngoc Thang

59: Clustering lexical tones with intonation variation

Li, Katrina Kechun; Nolan, Francis; Post, Brechtje

S10: Tea Break (Day 3, 14:30 – 15:00)

O8: Tone Learning and Neurolinguistics (Day 3, 15:00 – 16:30)

Chair: Aoju Chen, Sophie Repp

10: Benefits of Targeted Memory Reactivation in Perceptual Learning of Non-native Tones are Associated with Slow-oscillation Phase and Delta-theta Power

Chen, Xiaocong; Lu, Jiayi; Qin, Zhen; Hu, Xiaoqing; Zhang, Caicai

12: Daytime Naps Consolidate Cantonese Tone Learning Through Talker Generalization

Wu, Ruofan; Qin, Zhen; Zhang, Caicai

13: Tonal contrast in Drenjongke (Bhutia): an Electroglottograph study

Lee, Seunghun; Villegas, Julián; Namgyal, Kunzang

53: Setting the “tone” first and integrating into the syllable later:  An EEG study of lexical tonal encoding in Mandarin word production

Chen, Xiaocong; Zhang, Caicai

61: Variable Pitch Accent and Prosodic Phrasing in Japanese Adjectival Complex DPs

Chan, Le Xuan; Furusawa, Rina; Lee, Seunghun

87: A new approach to the learning of tonal categories in tone and non-tone languages

Chen, Aoju

S11: Closing Session (Day 3, 16:30 – 17:00)