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Publications

RESEARCH (PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, RESEARCH FUNDING)

BOOKS

Duanmu, S. (accepted). Phonological features: time, contrast, and the structure of speech sounds. Oxford University Press.

Duanmu, S. (accepted). Yinjie he yinbu [Foot and stress]. Beijing: Beijing University of Languages and Cultures Press.

Duanmu, S. 2010. Syllable Structure: The Limits of Variation. Paperback edition. Oxford University Press.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

In press/Accepted

Beddor, P. S. In press. Experimental phonetics.  Invited chapter to appear in The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Analysis, eds. B. Heine and H. Narrog, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Duanmu, S., and Dong, Y. Accepted. Homophone density and word length in Chinese. In Capturing phonological shades within and across languages, eds. Y. Hsiao and L-H. Wee. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Duanmu, S. Accepted. Contrast and vowel features. In The segment, eds. E. Raimy and C. Cairns. Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Duanmu, S. Accepted. Syllable and syllable structure in Chinese. In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, eds. W. Behr, G. Yueguo, Z. Handel, C.-T. J. Huang, and R. Sybesma. Leiden: Brill.

Duanmu, S. Accepted. Wordhood in Chinese. In Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics, eds. W. Behr, G. Yueguo, Z. Handel, C.-T. J. Huang, & R. Sybesma. Leiden: Brill.

Huang, L., and Duanmu, S. Accepted. A quantitative study of elastic word length in Modern Chinese. In Yuyanxue Wenxuan [Linguistics in China], eds. F. Shi and H. Zhang. Beijing: Shijie Tushu Chuban Gongsi [World Book Press].

Krivokapić, J. In press.  Gestural coordination at prosodic boundaries and its role for

prosodic structure and speech planning processes. Communicative rhythms in brain and behaviour. Theme Issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (Biology).

Li, Y. D., and Duanmu, S. Accepted. Phonemes, features, and syllables: converting onset and rime inventories to consonants and vowels. Language and Linguistics.

2014

Coetzee, A. W. 2014. Grammatical change through lexical accumulation: Voicing co-

occurrence restrictions in Afrikaans. Language, 90, 693-721.

Duanmu, S. 2014, “重音理论及汉语重音现象” [Metrical phonology and metrical properties in Chinese]. Journal of Contemporary Linguistics, 16, XXX-XXX.

Duanmu, S. 2014. Twenty-one entries, including two ‘synopsis articles’ (one on Metrics and one on Sonority). In Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (WSK) Online. Mouton de Gruyter. http://www.degruyter.com/view/db/wsk.

Duanmu, S. 2014. Syllable structure and stress. In The Handbook of Chinese Linguistics, eds. C.-T. J. Huang, Y. H. A. Li, and A. Simpson, pp. 422-442. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

Katsika, A., Krivokapić, J., Mooshammer, C., Tiede, M., and Goldstein, L. 2014. The coordination of boundary tones and their interaction with prominence. Journal of Phonetics, 44, 62-82.

Lin, S., Beddor, P. S., and Coetzee, A. W. 2014. Gestural reduction, lexical frequency, and sound change: a study of /l/ lenition. Laboratory Phonology, 5, 2-36.

2013

Beddor, P. S., McGowan, K. B., Boland, J. E., Coetzee, A. W., and Brasher, A. 2013. The time course of perception of coarticulation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133, 2350-2366.

Beddor, P. S. 2013. Speech perception. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Linguistics, eds. M. Aronoff.  http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/obo/page/linguistics

Cho, T., Kim, J., and Kim, S. 2013. Preboundary lengthening and preaccentual shortening across syllables in a trisyllabic word in English. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Express Letters, 133, EL384-EL390.

Coetzee, A. W., and Kawahara, S. 2013. Frequency biases in phonological variation. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 31, 47–89.

Duanmu, S. 2013. How many Chinese words have elastic length? In Eastward flows the great river: Festschrift in honor of Prof. William S-Y. Wang on his 80th birthday, eds. G. Peng and F. Shi, pp. 1-14. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.

Huang, L., and Duanmu, S. 2013. “现代汉语词长弹性的量化研究” [A quantitative study of elastic word length in Modern Chinese]. Linguistic Sciences. 12,  8-16.

Krivokapić, J. 2013. Rhythm and convergence between Speakers of American and Indian English. Laboratory Phonology,4, 39–65.

Fuchs, S., Petrone, C., Krivokapić, J. and Hoole, P. 2013. Acoustic and respiratory evidence for utterance planning in German. Journal of Phonetics, 41, 29-47.

2012

Beddor, P. S. 2012. Perception grammars and sound change. In The Initiation of Sound Change:  Production, Perception, and Social Factors, eds. M-J. Solé and D. Recasens, pp. 37-55. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Beddor, P. S. 2012. Perception de la variation due à la coarticulation. (Perceiving coarticulatory variation.)  In La Coarticulation: Des Indices à la Représentation, eds. M. Embarki and C. Dodane, pp. 157-176.  Paris: L'Harmattan.

Coetzee, A. W. 2012. Variation: where laboratory and theoretical phonology meet. In Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology, A. C. Cohn, C. Fougeron, and M. K. Huffman, eds. pp. 62-75. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Duanmu, S. 2012. Word-length preferences in Chinese: a corpus study. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 21, 89-114.

Krivokapić, J., and Byrd, D. 2012. Prosodic boundary strength: An articulatory and perceptual study. Journal of Phonetics, 40, 430–442.

Krivokapić, J. 2012. Prosodic planning in speech production. In Speech planning and dynamics, eds. S. Fuchs, M. Weihrich, D. Pape, P. Perrier, pp. 157–190. München: Peter Lang.

Queen, R. 2012. Turkish German bilinguals and their intonation: Triangulating evidence

about contact-induced language change.  Language, 88, 791-816.

2011

Coetzee, A. W. & Pater, J. 2011. The place of variation in phonological theory. In The Handbook of Phonological Theory, 2nd edition, eds. J. Goldsmith, J. Riggle and A. Yu, pp. 401-434. Oxford: Blackwell.

Coetzee, A. W. 2011. Syllables in speech processing: evidence from perceptual epenthesis. In Handbook of the Syllable, eds. C. Cairns and E. Raimy, p. 295-328. Leiden: E.J. Brill.

Duanmu, S. 2011. Chinese syllable structure, in The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, volume 5, eds. M. van Oostendorp, C. Ewen, E. Hume, and K. Rice, pp.2151-2777. Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Duanmu, S. 2011. The CVX theory of syllable structure. In Handbook of the Syllable, eds. C. Cairns and E. Raimy, pp. 99-127. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

Kim, J., Kim, S., and Cho, T. 2011. Durational effects of stress, accent, and voicing on the preceding word-final syllable in English. Proceedings of The 17th International Congress of Phonetics Sciences (ICPhS), pp.1066-1069.

Petrone, C., Fuchs, S., and Krivokapić, J. 2011. Consequences of working memory differences and phrasal length on pause duration and fundamental frequency. Proceedings of the 9th International Seminar on Speech Production, Montréal, Canada, pp. 393–400.

Lin, S., Beddor, P.S., and Coetzee, A. W. 2011. Gestural reduction and sound change: an ultrasound study. In Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong, pp. 1250-1253.

2010

Coetzee, A. W. 2010. Gradient well-formedness in Harmonic Grammar: Phonological performance as a window on phonological competence. Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan, 14, 13-23.

Coetzee, A. W. and Pretorius, R. 2010. Phonetically grounded phonology and sound change: the case of Tswana labial plosives. Journal of Phonetics, 38, 404-421.

Duanmu, S. 2010. Review of Contemporary views on architecture and representation in phonology, Eric Rainy & Charles Cairns (eds.), MIT Press, 2009. Language, 82, 455-458.

Duanmu, S. 2010. Stress, information, and language typology, In Yuyanxue Wenxuan [Linguistics in China], volume 1, eds. F. Shi and H. Zhang, pp. 3-21. Beijing: Shijie Tushu Chuban Gongsi [World Book Press].

Narayan, C.R., Werker, J.F., and Beddor, P. S. 2010. The interaction between acoustic salience and language experience in developmental speech perception: evidence from nasal place discrimination. Developmental Science, 13, 407-420.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

2014

Beddor, P. S. and Coetzee, A. W. 2014. Sound change propagation: the relation between perception and production in individual language users. Invited paper presented at the 3rd Biennial Workshop on Sound Change, Berkeley, CA.

Coetzee, A. W. 2014. A grammar defined variable space. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the LSA, Minneapolis, MN.

Coetzee, A. W. and Beddor, P. S. 2014. The emergence of tonogenesis in Afrikaans. Poster presented at the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI.

Dong, Y. and Duanmu, S. 2014. Elastic Word Length in Classic Chinese. Poster presented at19th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Duanmu, S. 2014. Why is Chinese so repetitive? Elastic words in Chinese, University of

Michigan Confucius Institute, Ann Arbor, MI.

Duanmu, S. 2014. The Weight-Stress Principle in English and Dutch, 19th Mid-Continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, University of Wisconsin Madison.

Duanmu, S. 2014. Prosody, Grammar, and Information Structure, Minzu University of China.

Duanmu, S. 2014. Prosody and word length in Chinese, International Symposium on Prosody to Commemorate Gösta Bruce, Lund University, Sweden.

Duanmu, S., Feng, S, and Dong, Y. 2014. Judgment of length patterns in Chinese: prosody, last resort, and semantics, IACL-21 & NACCL-26, University of Maryland, College Park.

Katsika, A., Krivokapić,  J., Mooshammer,  C., Tiede, M. and Goldstein, L. 2014. The scope of

boundary lengthening as a function of lexical stress and pitch accent. Poster presented at the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI.

Kim, J., Kim, S., & Taehong, C. 2014. Prosodic strengthening on initial stops in English trochaic

vs. iambic words. Poster presented at the 14th Conference on Laboratory Phonology in Tokyo, Japan.

Kwon, H. 2014. Perceptually driven changes in Korean stop production. Poster presentated at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Minneapolis, MN.

2013

Beddor, P. S. 2013. Sound change actuation: the relation between perception and production. Invited talk presented at the Workshop on Sound Change Actuation. University of Chicago.

Beddor, P. S. 2013. The dynamics of speech perception: constancy, variation, and change.  Invited plenary, Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.

Coetzee, A. W. 2013. Bridging the gap: Grammatical and non-grammatical factors in phonological variation. Invited presentation at the workshop on Formal Ways of Analyzing Variation, organized as part of the Annual Meeting of Scandinavian Linguistic Society, Reykjavik, Iceland.

Coetzee, A. W. 2013. The origin of voicing co-occurrence restrictions: The case of Afrikaans. Presented at the Old Word Conference in Phonology, Istanbul, Turkey.

Coetzee, A. W., and A. Natoci.  2013. Modeling Compensation-for-Assimilation in Noisy Harmonic Grammar. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the LSA, Boston, MA.

Dong, Y. 2013. Production and Perception of Merging Tones in Dalian Mandarin, poster at 18th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Duanmu, S. 2013: Words and Morphemes in Chinese and English, Institute for Chinese Studies, Ohio State University.

Duanmu, S. 2013: Building a database of phoneme inventories of China, Panel presentation on the phonetics and phonology of language surveys in China, at the 25th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Duanmu, S. 2013: Vowel height, 18th Mid-Continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Krivokapić, J., Mooshammer, C., and Tiede, M. 2013. Gradiency vs. Categoricity in the Production of Prosodic Boundaries as Reflected in Different Kinematic Measures. Oral presentation at the 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Francisco, CA.

Krivokapić, J., Mooshammer, C., and Tiede, M. 2013. Exploring Prosodic Boundaries: Gradiency and Categoricity of Prosodic Boundaries in Articulation. Poster presented at the 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Montreal, Canada.

Kwon, H. 2013. Loanword adaptation and language experience: The case of variable adaptation of English             word-final stops into Korean. Linguistics Colloquium, University of Michigan.

Kwon, H. 2013. Social aspects of loanword adaptation: Adaptation of English word-final stops into Korean. Mid-Phon 18, Ann Arbor, MI.

Mooshammer, C., Bombien, L., and Krivokapić, J. 2013. Prosodic effects on speech gestures: A shape analysis based on functional data analysis. Poster presented at the 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Montreal, Canada.

2012

Coetzee, A. W., Ahn, M., Mange, E., and Reimann, E.  2012. Speech rate and the perceptual restoration of deleted vowels. Presented at Annual Meeting of the LSA, Portland.

Dong, Y. 2012. A Comparative Study of Lexicon Sizes in Chinese and English, with San Duanmu, Xinting Zhang and Michael Opper, Chinese Language Association of Michigan,  Wayne State University.

Dong, Y. 2012. Production and perception of merging tones in Dalian Mandarin, 20th Annual Conference of the International Association for Chinese Linguistics, Hong Kong.

Krivokapić, J. 2012. Rhythm and convergence between speakers of American and Indian English. Invited oral presentation at the Conference on Laboratory Phonology 13, Stuttgart, Germany.

Krivokapić, J. 2012. Rhythm and timing: Linguistic-phonetic perspectives. Discussant at the workshop Perspectives on rhythm and timing, Glasgow, Scotland.

Kwon, H.  2012. Adaptation of English word-final plosives into Korean: Effects of English experience. Workshop on loanwords as evidence in formal linguistics: The 45th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Stockholm, Sweden.

Kwon, H.  2012. Adaptation of English word-final stops: Effects of English exposure. Poster presentated at the Acoustics 2012 Hong Kong (The 163rd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America), Hong Kong, China.

2011

Coetzee, A. W. 2011. The distribution of obstruent voicing in Afrikaans. Presented at Mid-Phon, University of Illinois.

Coetzee, A. W., Ahn, M., Mange, E., and Reimann, E. 2011. Speech rate and the perceptual restoration of deleted vowels. Presented at Mid-Phon, University of Illinois.

Coetzee, A. W. 2011. The distribution of obstruent voicing in Afrikaans. Presented at the 32nd TABU Dag, University of Groningen.

Dong, Y. 2011. Merger or not: a case of Dalian tones, 19th Annual Conference of the International Association for Chinese Linguistics, Nankai University, Tianjin, China

Kim, J., Kim, S., & Cho, T. 2011. Durational effects of stress, accent, and voicing on the preceding word-final syllable in English. An oral presentation at the 17th International Congress of Phonetics Sciences (ICPhs) in Hong Kong, China.

Krivokapić, J. 2011. Rhythmic conversion between speakers of different dialects. Oral presentation at the 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, CA.

Krivokapić, J. 2011. Prosodic and segmental conversion between speakers of different dialects. Poster presented at the 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, WA.

Lin, S., Beddor, P. S., and Coetzee, A. W. 2011. Gestural reduction and sound change: an ultrasound study.  Paper presented at the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong.

Petrone, C., Fuchs, S. and Krivokapić, J. 2011. Consequences of working memory differences and phrasal length on pause duration and fundamental frequency. Poster presented at the 9th International Seminar on Speech Production, Montréal, Canada.

2010

Beddor, P. S. 2010. Perceptual grammars and sound change. Invited talk presented at the Workshop on Sound Change, Institut d'Estudis Catalans, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

Beddor, P. S., McGowan, K., Boland, J., and Coetzee, A. W. 2010. The perceptual time course of coarticulation. Poster presented at theLaboratory Phonology 12 Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

Beddor, P. S. 2010. Tracking the time course of perception of coarticulation. Invited colloquia presented to the Speech Acoustics and Perception Laboratory at the City University of New York and the Department of Linguistics at Michigan State University.

Coetzee, A. W., Kawahara, S., and Compton, A. 2010. Frequency and other biases in phonological variation. Presented at NELS 41, Philadelphia, PA.

Coetzee, A. W. 2010. Predictability and other biases in phonological variation. Invited presentation at the 18th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester, Great Britain.

Dong, Y. 2010. Re-examining the Maximal Syllable Structure of Khalkha Mongolian, 18th Annual Conference of the International Association for Chinese Linguistics & 22th North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, Harvard University, Boston, MA.

Fuchs, S., Krivokapić, J. and Jannedy, S. 2010. Prosodic boundaries in German: Final lengthening in spontaneous speech. Poster presented at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD.

Fuchs, S., Petrone, C., and Krivokapić, J. 2010. Is the length of a sentence pre-planned?

Evidence from breathing control, pause and f0. Presented at the summer school CPMSP2 2010, Cognitive and Physical Models of Speech Production, Speech Perception and Production-Perception Interaction, Part III: Planning and Dynamics, Berlin, Germany.

Krivokapić, J. and Byrd, D. 2010. Prosodic boundaries and what they tell us about the nature of

gestural goals in production. Poster presented at the Conference on Laboratory Phonology 12,  July 8-10, 2010, Albuquerque, NM.

Krivokapić, J. 2010. Speech planning and phrase length. Talk presented at the 5th International

Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, IL.

Krivokapić, J. 2010. Prosodic interaction between speakers of American and British English. Poster presented at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America Baltimore, MD.

Krivokapić, J. 2010. Prosodic structure: Local and distant effects of phrase length on pause duration. Presented at the 84th Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Baltimore, MD.