ISCA Archive SpeechProsody 2010 Sessions Booklet
  ISCA Archive Sessions Booklet

Speech Prosody 2010

Chicago, IL, USA
10-14 May 2010

Language Acquisition, Language Diversity, Rhythm

Language-specific and universal patterns in narrow focus marking in Romani
Evangelia Adamou, Amalia Arvaniti

The implicit prosody hypothesis applied to foreign language learning: from oral abilities to reading skills
Charlotte Alazard, Corine Astésano, Michel Billières

Perceptual cues to yes/no question intonation in Kabardian
Ayla Bozkurt Applebaum

Production–perception entrainment in speech rhythm
Pablo Arantes, Plinio A. Barbosa

Rhythm classes and speech perception
Amalia Arvaniti, Tristie Ross

Word prosody in early child Catalan, Spanish and English
Lluïsa Astruc, Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, Pilar Prieto, Maria del Mar Vanrell

A multi-level approach to speech rate in British English: towards an analysis-by-synthesis method
Cyril Auran, Caroline Bouzon

Automatic differentiation between accents of native and non-native English, and the significance of prosody
Ladan Baghai-Ravary

Automatic duration-related salience detection in Brazilian Portuguese read and spontaneous speech
Plínio A. Barbosa

A preliminary analysis of the relationship of speech rate to speech-timing metrics as applied to large corpora of non-laboratory speech in English and Chinese broadcast news
Matthew Benton

Speech is "heterometric": the changing rhythms of speech
Steven Brown, Kyle Weishaar

Typology of Paiwan interrogative prosody
Chun-Mei Chen

A corpus-based study on prosodic grouping and boundary tones in Mandarin learners' English
Sally Chen, Janice Fon

A musical template for phrasal rhythm in spoken Cantonese
Ivan Chow, Steven Brown, Matthew Poon, Kyle Weishaar

The role of speech rhythm in attending to one of two simultaneous speakers
Ian R. Cushing, Volker Dellwo

Perception and production of Mandarin tones by German speakers
Hongwei Ding, Oliver Jokisch, Rüdiger Hoffmann

Combining greedy algorithms with expert guided manipulation for the definition of a balanced prosodic Spanish-catalan radio news corpus
David Escudero-Mancebo, C. González-Ferreras, Juan María Garrido Almiñana, E. Rodero, Lourdes Aguilar, Antonio Bonafonte

Prosodic phrasing in Argentinean Spanish: Buenos Aires and Neuquén
Ingo Feldhausen, Christoph Gabriel, Andrea Pešková

The prosody of embedded coordinations in German and Hindi
Caroline Féry, Gerrit Kentner

Modelling the interaction of intonation and lexical tone in Vietnamese
Kieu-Phuong Ha, Martine Grice

The production of Mandarin coarticulated tones by inexperienced and experienced English speakers of Mandarin
Yunjuan He, Ratree Wayland

Lhasa tones
Fang Hu, Ziyu Xiong

Durational variability of vowel quantity boundary for Japanese, Finnish and Czech speakers in perception
Toshiko Isei-Jaakkola

Polish-accented French prosody in perception and production: transfer or universal acquisition process?
Anna Kaglik, Philippe Boula de Mareüil

Salient prosodic features on judgments of second language accent
Okim Kang

A corpus study of the prosody of polysyllabicwords in Mandarin Chinese
Catherine Lai, Yanyan Sui, Jiahong Yuan

Usages of an external duration model for HMM-based speech synthesis.
Javier Latorre, Sabine Buchholz, Masami Akamine

Statistical modeling of F0 and timing of Swiss German dialects
Adrian Leemann, Beat Siebenhaar

Variation in vowel quality as a feature of Estonian quantity
Pärtel Lippus

Incorporation of excitation source and duration variations in speech synthesized at different speaking rates
M. Sri Harish Reddy, Bayya Yegnanarayana

Speech rate and rhythmic variation in Brazilian Portuguese
Alexsandro R. Meireles, João Paulo Tozetti, Rogério R. Borges

Quantitative modeling of Norwegian tonal accents in different focus conditions
Hansjörg Mixdorff, Bistra Andreeva, Jacques Koreman

Production of the merging tones in Hong Kong Cantonese: preliminary data on monosyllables
Peggy Pik-Ki Mok, Peggy Wai-Yi Wong

Investigation of lexical F0 and duration patterns in French using large broadcast news speech corpora
Rena Nemoto, Martine Adda-Decker, Jacques Durand

Identification and discrimination of word stress by Taiwanese EFL learners
Shu-chen Ou

Assessing rhythmic differences with synchronous speech
Michael L. O'Dell, Tommi Nieminen, Liisa Mustanoja

Speech rhythm as durational marking of prosodic heads and edges. evidence from Catalan, English, and Spanish
Pilar Prieto, Maria del Mar Vanrell, Lluïsa Astruc, Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post

A comparison of rhythm metrics in different speaking styles and in fifteen regional varieties of Italian
Rosa Giordano, Leandro D'Anna

The quantitative organization of speech
Christopher Sappok

Prosody transfer and suppression: stages of tone acquisition
Chilin Shih, Hsin-Yi Dora Lu

Effect of narrow focus on tonal realization in Georgian
Stavros Skopeteas, Caroline Féry

Rhythm metrics and the production of English L1/L2
Anne Tortel, Daniel Hirst

Belfast intonation in L2 speech
Christiane Ulbrich

Pitch contours in Russian yes/no questions by Finns
Riikka Ullakonoja

The perception of non-native lexical pitch accent by speakers of 'accentless' Japanese dialects
Akira Utsugi, Masatoshi Koizumi, Reiko Mazuka

Early acquisition of F0 alignment and scaling patterns in Catalan and Spanish
Maria del Mar Vanrell, Pilar Prieto, Lluïsa Astruc, Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post

Two sides of the same coin? investigating iambic and trochaic timing and prominence in German poetry
Petra Wagner

Prosodic analysis on English mild imperatives of Chinese EFL learners
Xia Wang, Aijun Li, Jia Sun, Yun Mai

Perception and production of prominence distribution patterns of Chinese EFL learners
Xia Wang, Aijun Li, Xiaoli Ji

The effect of Min proficiency on the realization of Mandarin tones in Mandarin-min bilinguals
E-Chin Wu, Janice Fon

Capturing inter-speaker invariance using statistical measures of rhythm
Tae-Jin Yoon

Perception of foreign accent in spontaneous L2 English speech
Jiahong Yuan, Yue Jiang, Ziang Song

The position of clitics in Persian intonational structure
Vahideh Abolhasani Zadeh, Carlos Gussenhoven, Mahmood Bijankhan

English rhythmic structure and tone-units perception by the speakers of Chinese
Victoria Zavyalova, Marina Polyanskaya

Word-level prosody in Sotho-Tswana
Sabine Zerbian, Etienne Barnard

Meta-Linguistics, Speech and Language Technology

A tool for automatic F0 stylisation, annotation and modelling of large corpora
Juan María Garrido Almiñana

Unresolved anger: prosodic analysis and classification of speech from a therapeutic setting
Noam Amir, Hansjörg Mixdorff, Ofer Amir, Daniel Rochman, Gary M. Diamond, Hartmut R. Pfitzinger, Tami Levi-Isserlish, Shira Abramson

Prediction and realisation of conversational characteristics by utilising spontaneous speech for unit selection
Sebastian Andersson, Kallirroi Georgila, David Traum, Matthew Aylett, Robert A. J. Clark

Prosodic correlates of acted vs. spontaneous discrimination of expressive speech: a pilot study
Nicolas Audibert, Véronique Aubergé, Albert Rilliard

A new bidirectional neural network model for the acoustic- articulatory inversion mapping for speech recognition
Hossein Behbood, Seyyed Ali Seyyedsalehi, Hamid Reza Tohidypour

A novel feature extraction for neural–based modes in acoustic-articulatory inversion mapping
Hossein Behbood, Seyyed Ali SeyyedSalehi, Hamid Reza Tohidypour

Expresso: transformation of expressivity in speech
Grégory Beller

Calliphony: a system for real-time gestural modification of intonation and rhythm
Sylvain Le Beux, Christophe d'Alessandro, Albert Rilliard, Boris Doval

Complex vowels as boundary correlates in a multi-speaker corpus of spontaneous English speech
Claire Brierley, Eric Atwell

Prosody labeling and modeling for Mandarin spontaneous speech
Yu-Lun Chou, Chen-Yu Chiang, Yih-Ru Wang, Hsiu-Min Yu, Sin-Horng Chen

Perception by Japanese, Korean and American listeners to a Korean speaker's recollection of past emotional events: some acoustic cues
Donna Erickson

Automatic and data driven pitch contour manipulation with functional data analysis
Michele Gubian, Francesco Cangemi, Lou Boves

Alignment of F0 model parameters with final and non-final accents in Argentinean Spanish
Jorge Gurlekian, Hansjörg Mixdorff, Diego Evin, Humberto Torres, Hartmut R. Pfitzinger

Phonetic landmark detection for automatic language identification
David Harwath, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Prosody-dependent acoustic modeling using variable-parameter hidden Markov models
Jui-Ting Huang, Po-Sen Huang, Yoonsook Mo, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Jennifer Cole

Resynthesis of prosodic information using the cepstrum vocoder
Hussein Hussein, Guntram Strecha, Rüdiger Hoffmann

Towards the automated visualization and analysis of signed language motion – method and linguistic issues
Tommi Jantunen, Markus Koskela, Jorma Laaksonen, Päivi Rainò

How can a functional perspective be used in intonation modelling?
Doina Jitca, Vasile Apopei, Magdalena Jitca

An evaluation of bone-conducted ultrasonic hearing aid regarding perception of paralinguistic information
Takayuki Kagomiya, Seiji Nakagawa

Using prosodic features for predicting phrase boundaries
Caroline Kaufhold, Elmar Nöth

Analysis on prosodic features of Japanese reactive tokens in poster conversations
Tatsuya Kawahara, Zhi-Qiang Chang, Katsuya Takanashi

A frame-synchronous prosodic decoder for text-independent dialog act recognition
Kornel Laskowski

Syllable classification using static matrices and prosodic features
Bogdan Ludusan, Antonio Origlia, Francesco Cutugno

Cross-cultural perception of Vietnamese audio-visual prosodic attitudes
Dang-Khoa Mac, Véronique Aubergé, Albert Rilliard, Eric Castelli

Cross-genre training for automatic prosody classification
Anna Margolis, Mari Ostendorf, Karen Livescu

Comparison between linguistic and affective perception of sad and happy – a cross-linguistic study
Caroline Menezes, Donna Erickson, Clayton Franks

A modulation-demodulation model of speech communication
Nobuaki Minematsu

Integrating a fast speech corpus in unit selection speech synthesis: experiments on perception, segmentation, and duration prediction
Donata Moers, Petra Wagner, Bernd Möbius, Filip Müllers, Igor Jauk

Prosodically-based automatic segmentation and punctuation
Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Hugo Meinedo, Alberto Abad, Isabel Trancoso, Ana Isabel Mata, Nuno Mamede

Expressive speech style transformation: voice quality and prosody modification using a harmonic plus noise model
Carlos Monzo, Angel Calzada, Ignasi Iriondo, Joan Claudi Socoro

Classification of affective speech using normalized time-frequency cepstra
D. Neiberg, P. Laukka, G. Ananthakrishnan

An entropy-based approach for comparing prosodic properties in tonal and pitch accent languages
Raymond W. M. Ng, Cheung-Chi Leung, Tan Lee, Bin Ma, Haizhou Li

Toward improved HMM-based speech synthesis using high-level syntactical features
Nicolas Obin, Pierre Lanchantin, Mathieu Avanzi, Anne Lacheret-Dujour, Xavier Rodet

Realization of prosodic focuses in corpus-based generation of fundamental frequency contours of Japanese based on the generation process model
Keiko Ochi, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu

Prosody, supporting real-time conversation
Hiroki Oohashi, Tomoko Ohsuga, Yasuo Horiuchi, Hideaki Kikuchi, Akira Ichikawa

Automatic classification of emotions via global and local prosodic features on a multilingual emotional database
Antonio Origlia, Vincenzo Galatà, Bogdan Ludusan

Approaching multi-lingual emotion recognition from speech - on language dependency of acoustic/prosodic features for anger recognition
Tim Polzehl, Alexander Schmitt, Florian Metze

Assessing self-awareness and transparency when classifying a speaker's level of certainty
Heather Pon-Barry, Stuart Shieber

Semi-supervised learning of acoustic driven prosodic phrase breaks for text-to-speech systems
Kishore Prahallad, E. Veera Raghavendra, Alan W. Black

Fast prosody modification using instants of significant excitation
S. R. M. Prasanna, D. Govind, K. Sreenivasa Rao, Bayya Yegnanarayana

Removing micromelody from fundamental frequency contours
Uwe D. Reichel, Raphael Winkelmann

A model for varying speaking style in TTS systems
Sophie Roekhaut, Jean-Philippe Goldman, Anne Catherine Simon

Automatic prosodic phrase annotation in a corpus for speech synthesis
Jan Romportl

Simulating intonation in regional varieties of Swedish
Susanne Schötz, Jonas Beskow, Gösta Bruce, Björn Granström, Joakim Gustafson

Word accent and emotion
Dino Seppi, Anton Batliner, Stefan Steidl, Björn Schuller, Elmar Nöth

Improving TTS synthesis for emotional expressivity by a prosodic parameterization of affect based on linguistic analysis
Mostafa Al Masum Shaikh, Antonio Rui Ferreira Rebordao, Keikichi Hirose

Are torso movements during speech timed with intonational phrases?
Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Pei Lin Ren, Elizabeth Tauscher

Acoustic measures characterizing anger across corpora collected in artificial or natural context
Marie Tahon, Laurence Devillers

Modeling affected user behavior during human-machine interaction
Bogdan Vlasenko, Ronald Böck, Andreas Wendemuth

F0 contour and segmental duration modeling using prosodic features
Agnieszka Wagner, Katarzyna Klessa

Acoustic cues for automatic determination of phrasing
Agnieszka Wagner

Generation of fundamental frequency contours of Mandarin in HMM-based speech synthesis using generation process model
Miaomiao Wang, Keikichi Hirose, Nobuaki Minematsu

Automatic feature selection from a large number of features for phone duration prediction
Gabriel Webster, Sabine Buchholz, Javier Latorre

Perception of anger and happiness from resynthesized speech with size-related manipulations
Yi Xu, Andrew Kelly

Meaning and context: prosodic variation of interjections in conversational speech
Li-chiung Yang

Integration of intonation in F0 trajectory prediction using MSD-HMMs
Xiaojun Zou, Xiao Bao, Lidong Luo

Phonetics, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics

Analysis by synthesis of tonal alignment patterns in British English
Saandia Ali

Intonation of Finnish verbs
Anja Arnhold, Martti Vainio, Antti Suni, Juhani Järvikivi

Is there a prosodic difference between left-dislocated and heavy subjects? evidence from spontaneous French
Mathieu Avanzi, Cédric Gendrot, Anne Lacheret-Dujour

Annotating information status in spontaneous speech
Stefan Baumann, Arndt Riester

Information focus in French
Claire Beyssade, Barbara Hemforth, Jean-Marie Marandin, Cristel Portes

On the prosodic marking of contrast in Romance sentence topic: evidence from Neapolitan Italian
Lisa Brunetti, Mariapaola D'Imperio, Francesco Cangemi

F0 prominences (melisms) in French: a deeper insight about morphophonology
Geneviève Caelen-Haumont

Characterizing variation in fundamental frequency contours of professional speaking styles
Luciana Castro, Ben Serridge, João Antônio de Moraes, Myrian Freitas

Listeners' ability to identify professional speaking styles based on prosodic cues
Luciana Castro, Myrian Freitas, João Antônio de Moraes, Ben Serridge

Intonational encoding of focus in Toulousian French
Aoju Chen, Emilie Destruel

Development of tone sensitivity in young Chinese children
Candise Chen, Min Wang, Hua Shu, Han Wu, Chu Chu Li

Phonetic realization of suffix vs. non-suffix morphemes in Taiwanese
Szu-wei Chen, Jane Tsay

The effect of prosodic prominence on the realizations of voiceless dental and retroflex sibilants in Taiwan Mandarin spontaneous speech
Yu-Ying Chuang, Janice Fon

Shifting Chicago vowels: prosody and sound change
Jennifer Cole, Jose I. Hualde, Michael Blasingame, Yoonsook Mo

Information-seeking questions and incredulity questions: gradient or categorical contrast?
Verònica Crespo-Sendra, Maria del Mar Vanrell, Pilar Prieto

The timing of nuclear and prenuclear Icelandic pitch accents
Nicole Dehé

Embedded register levels and prosodic phrasing in French
Mariapaola D'Imperio, Amandine Michelas

Procedure for assessing the reliability of prosodic judgements using sp-TOBI labeling system
David Escudero-Mancebo, Lourdes Aguilar

High initial tones and plateaux in Brazilian Portuguese: implications for stress in Portuguese and Spanish
Letania Ferreira

The prosodic expression of contrast in Hindi
Susanne Genzel, Frank Kügler

Focus, phrase length, and the distribution of phrase-initial rises in French
James German, Mariapaola D'Imperio

Prominence perception and accent detection in French. a corpus-based account
Jean-Philippe Goldman, Antoine Auchlin, Sophie Roekhaut, Anne Catherine Simon, Mathieu Avanzi

Prosodic cue weighting in disambiguation: case ambiguity in German
Anja Gollrad, Esther Sommerfeld, Frank Kügler

Contrastive focus in Mandarin Chinese
Markus Greif

What does prosody tell us about relative clause attachments in German?
Stella Gryllia, Frank Kügler

Analysis of prosodic classes using voice source measurements
Ran Han, Jeung-Yoon Choi

The prosody and meaning of wh-questions in American English
Nancy Hedberg, Juan M. Sosa, Emrah Görgülü, Morgan Mameni

Prosody vs. syntax: prosodic rebracketing of final vocatives in English
Hans Henrich Hock, Indranil Dutta

Segmentation of the accentual phrase in Seoul Korean
Hae-Sung Jeon, Francis Nolan

A phonetic and phonological analysis of dual and multiple focuses in standard Chinese
Yuan Jia, Aijun Li, Ziyu Xiong

The structure-prosody interface of restrictive and appositive relative clauses in Dutch and German
Constantijn Kaland, Vincent J. van Heuven

Semantic-context effects on lexical stress and syllable prominence
Felicitas Kleber, Oliver Niebuhr

Post-tonic syllables and prosodic boundaries in Brazilian portuguese
Eneida de Goes Leal, Raquel Santana Santos

Analysis of emotion in speech using perceived and automatically extracted prosodic features
Suk-Myung Lee, Jeung-Yoon Choi

Prosodic strengthening in American English domain-initial vowels
Heike Lehnert-LeHouillier, Joyce McDonough, Stephen McAleavey

Quantifying developmental changes of prosodic categories
Britta Lintfert, Antje Schweitzer, Lukasz Wolski, Bernd Möbius

Sorting out the phonetics and phonology of intonation: typological and acquisition data
Conxita Lleó, Martin Rakow

Integrating changes of register into automatic intonation analysis
Céline De Looze, Daniel Hirst

The role of alignment and height in the perception of LH contours
Luciana Lucente, Plínio A. Barbosa

On the intonation of confirmation-seeking requests in child-directed speech
Ana Isabel Mata, Ana Lúcia Santos

Durational cues and prosodic phrasing in French: evidence for the intermediate phrase
Amandine Michelas, Mariapaola D'Imperio

Prosodic effects on temporal structure of monosyllabic CVC words in American English
Yoonsook Mo, Jennifer Cole, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson

Perception of the merging tones in Hong Kong Cantonese: preliminary data on monosyllables
Peggy Pik-Ki Mok, Peggy Wai-Yi Wong

Variation of pitch accent patterns in Hungarian
Katalin Mády, Felicitas Kleber

Prosody in a corpus of French spontaneous speech: perception, annotation and prosody-syntax interaction
Irina Nesterenko, Stephane Rauzy, Roxane Bertrand

A cross-linguistic study of prosodic lengthening in child-directed speech
Elinor Payne, Brechtje Post, Lluïsa Astruc, Pilar Prieto, Maria del Mar Vanrell

The qTA toolkit for prosody: learning underlying parameters of communicative functions through modeling
Santitham Prom-on, Yi Xu

Prosodic marking of information status in German
Christine Tanja Röhr, Stefan Baumann

A corpus-based study on syntactic and phonetic prosodic phrasing boundaries in spontaneous Italian speech
Renata Savy, Miriam Voghera

Phonological aspects of hesitation disfluencies
Vered Silber-Varod

Asking or not asking in Maltese, that is the question
Alexandra Vella

Accentuation, uncertainty and exhaustivity – towards a model of pragmatic focus interpretation
Charlotte Wollermann, Ulrich Schade, Bernhard Fisseni, Bernhard Schröder

Prosodic marking of topic constructions in Mandarin Chinese
Chunsheng Yang

Comparison of phonetic naturalness between rising-falling and falling-rising tonal patterns in Taiwan Mandarin
Chia-Hsin Yeh

Articulation, Phonation, Dialog, Style, and Psycholinguistics

Age differences in electrophysiological correlates of cross-modal phrasal interpretation
Shani H. Abada, Karsten Steinhauer, John E. Drury, Shari R. Baum

Phonological phrase boundaries restrictions in lexical access by BP adult speakers
Daniel Alves, Cristina Name

The speech prosody of people with stutteringaand developmental apraxia: the efficacy of an intervention program
Bernadette Cardoso, César Reis

Non-contrastive voice quality characteristics of Northern Vietnamese tones
Allison Blodgett, Melissa K. Fox, C. Anton Rytting, Alina Twist

Dynamic indicators of mother-infant prosodic and illocutionary coordination
Eugene H. Buder, Anne S. Warlaumont, D. Kimbrough Oller, Lesya B. Chorna

Gestural cues of discourse segmentation
Jane Chandlee, Nanette Veilleux

Temporal dynamics of amygdala and orbitofrontal responses to emotional prosody using intracerebral local field potentials in humans
Andy Christen, Didier Grandjean

Hemispheric contributions for processing pitch and speech rate cues to emotion: fMRI data
Chinar Dara, Marc D. Pell

“minor third, who?”: the intonation of the knock-knock joke
Jeremy Day-O'Connell

Online construction of implicature through contrastive prosody
Heeyeon Y. Dennison, Amy J. Schafer

Interpreting rising intonation in Australian English
Janet Fletcher, Deborah Loakes

Acoustic correlates of Politeness: prosodic and voice quality measures in Polite and informal speech of Korean and German speakers
Sven Grawunder, Bodo Winter

Visual grouping and prosodic grouping: effects of spatial information on prosodic boundary strength
Edward Holsinger, David Cheng-Huan Li, Elsi Kaiser, Dani Byrd

Acoustic, electroglottographic and paralinguistic analyses of “rikimi” in expressive speech
Carlos T. Ishi, Hiroshi Ishiguro, Norihiro Hagita

The interaction between prosodic boundaries and accent in the production of sibilants
Khalil Iskarous, Marianne Pouplier, Stefania Marin, Jonathan Harrington

Prosodic and gestural features of phrase-internal disfluencies in Polish spontaneous utterances
Maciej Karpiński, Ewa Jarmołowicz-Nowikow

Acoustic cues to lexical stress in spastic dysarthria
Heejin Kim, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Adrienne Perlman

Stressed and unstressed morphemes in Korean spontaneous speech
Inyoung Kim

Rhetorical prosody in French courtroom discourse
Inyoung Kim, Catherine Mathon, Georges Boulakia

Perception and comprehension of linguistic and affective prosody in children with Landau-kleffner syndrome
Deok-Hee Kim-Dufor, Emmanuel Ferragne, Olivier Dufor, Corine Astésano, Jean-Luc Nespoulous

Assessment of prosody disturbances in stutterers by means of phonetic indices
Audrey Leclercq, Kathy Huet, Myriam Piccaluga, Bernard Harmegnies

Prosodic cues to noun and verb categories in infant-directed Mandarin speech
Aijun Li, Rushen Shi, Wu Hua

Laryngealizations in cleft and non-cleft speech: acoustics and prosodic considerations
Aveliny Mantovan Lima-Gregio, Plínio A. Barbosa

Multimodal aspects of positive and negative responses in Polish task-oriented dialogues
Zofia Malisz, Maciej Karpiński

Prosodic structure revisited: a cognitive approach - the example of French
Philippe Martin

Multimodal perception and production of attitudinal meaning in Brazilian Portuguese
João Antônio de Moraes, Albert Rilliard, Bruno Alberto de Oliveira Mota, Takaaki Shochi

On pitch-accent identification – the role of syllable duration and intensity
Oliver Niebuhr, Hartmut R. Pfitzinger

Articulatory evidence for functional coupling of speech and non-speech motor tasks
Benjamin Parrell, Louis Goldstein, Sungbok Lee, Dani Byrd

The role of F0 variation in the intelligibility of Mandarin sentences
Aniruddh D. Patel, Yi Xu, Bei Wang

Acoustic markers of emotions based on voice physiology
Sona Patel, Klaus R. Scherer, Johan Sundberg, Eva Björkner

The contributions of prosody and semantic context in emotional speech processing
Marc D. Pell, Abhishek Jaywant, Laura Monetta, Sonja A. Kotz

An fMRI study of the perception of contrastive prosodic focus in French
Marcela Perrone, Marion Dohen, Hélène Loevenbruck, Marc Sato, Cédric Pichat, Gaëtan Yvert, Monica Baciu

Reset inclination and prosodic parallelism in expressive speech
Tea Pršir

Characterization of emotions using the dynamics of prosodic features
K. Sreenivasa Rao, Ramu Reddy, Sudhamay Maity, Shashidhar G. Koolagudi

The effect of levodopa on speech in Parkinson's disease: musical' scale study
Karine Rigaldie, Jean Luc Nespoulous, Nadine Vigouroux

Tone height binarity and register in intonation: the case from Kayardild (australian)
Erich R. Round

Co-production of contrastive prosodic focus and manual gestures: temporal coordination and effects on the acoustic and articulatory correlates of focus
Benjamin Roustan, Marion Dohen

Phrase-initial pitch patterns in South Swedish
Susanne Schötz, Gösta Bruce

Prosodic patterns of information structure in spoken discourse - a preliminary study of Mandarin spontaneous lecture vs. read speech
Chiu-yu Tseng, Zhao-yu Su, Lin-shan Lee

Effects of caregiver prosody on child language acquisition
Soroush Vosoughi, Brandon C. Roy, Michael C. Frank, Deb Roy

Relative prosodic boundary strength and prior bias in disambiguation
Michael Wagner, Serena Crivellaro

Prosodic effects of discourse salience and association with focus
Michael Wagner, M. Breen, E. Flemming, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, E. Gibson

Articulatory effort in different speaking rates
Chen-huei Wu, Chilin Shih

Tone hyperarticulation and intonation in Cantonese infant directed speech
Nan Xu, Denis Burnham

Harmony and tension in Mandarin Chinese prosody: constraints and opportunities of lexical tones in discourse markers
Li-chiung Yang

Aperiodicity at topic structure boundaries
Margaret Zellers, Brechtje Post


Keynote Papers

Language Contact and Second Language Acquisition

Language Acquisition, Language Diversity, Rhythm

Rhythm and Duration

Computer Aided Pronunciation Training and Prosody

Synthesis and Computational Linguistics

Experimental Approaches to Focus

Meta-Linguistics, Speech and Language Technology

Prosodic Gestures in Oral and Manual Languages

Phonetics, Phonology, and Pragmatics

Shape, Scaling, and Alignment of F0 Events (Special Session)

Phonetics, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics

Articulation, Phonation, Dialog, Style, and Psycholinguistics

Speaking Style and Para-Linguistic Communication

Psycholinguistic, Cognitive, and Neural Correlates of Prosody

Workshop on Prosodic Prominence: Perceptual, Automatic Identification