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Speech Prosody 2022

Lisbon, Portugal
23-26 May 2022

Chairs: Sónia Frota and Marina Vigário
doi: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2022





Poster session 1


Two Pragmatic Functions of Breathy Voice in American English Conversation
Nigel Ward, Ambika Kirkland, Marcin Wlodarczak, Éva Székely

Combining syntax and prosody to signal information structure: the case of French
Cristel Portes, Uwe Reyle

Pragmatic prosody development from 3 to 8 years of age: A cross-sectional study in Catalan
Mariia Pronina, Iris Hübscher, Ingrid Vilà-Giménez, Pilar Prieto

Prosodic focus marking in Canadian English
Jiseung Kim, Anja Arnhold

Expressing information status through prosody in the spontaneous speech of American English-speaking children
Jill Thorson, Jill Trumbell, Kimberly Nesbitt

Mandarin Disyllabic Word Imitation in Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder
Ting Wang, Heng Ding

Effect of Prosodic Emphasis on the Processing of Joint-Attention Cues in Children with ASD
Kiwako Ito, Elizabeth Kryszak, Teresa Ibanez

Effects of sensory dominance and gender differences on impaired emotion perception in schizophrenic patients
Yi Lin, Chuoran Li, Qing Fan, Yueqi Chen, Jiaqi Zhang, Hongwei Ding

Prosodic characteristics of prepausal words produced by patients with neurodegenerative disease
Sunghye Cho, Galit Agmon, Sanjana Shellikeri, Katheryn Cousins, Sharon Ash, David Irwin, Meredith Spindler, Andres Deik Acosta Madiedo, Lauren Elman, Colin Quinn, Mark Liberman, Murray Grossman, Naomi Nevler

Prosodic and lexical entrainment in adults with and without schizophrenia
Joanna Kruyt, Štefan Beňuš, Catherine Faget, Christophe Lançon, Maud Champagne-Lavau

Articulation rate in psychotherapeutic dialogues for depression: patients and therapists
Laurence White, Hannah Grimes

Prosodic characteristics of canonical and non-canonical questions in Estonian
Heete Sahkai, Eva Liina Asu, Pärtel Lippus

Comparing prosody of Italian varieties and dialects: data from Neapolitan
Claudia Crocco, Barbara Gili Fivela, Mariapaola D'Imperio

The coordination of boundary tones with constriction gestures in Seoul Korean, an edge-prominence language
Jiyoung Jang, Argyro Katsika

Intonation in advice-giving in Kenyan English and Kiswahili
Billian Khalayi Otundo, Martine Grice

The Effects of Intonation on the Sentence-Final Particle nyei in Iu-Mien
Ela Thurgood, Paul Olejarczuk

Unguided VR public-speaking training enhances your confidence - but does not improve your intonation
Io Valls-Ratés, Oliver Niebuhr, Pilar Prieto

Individual variability in prosodic marking of locally ambiguous sentences
Clara Huttenlauch, Marie Hansen, Carola de Beer, Isabell Wartenburger, Sandra Hanne

Production and perception of Intonational Phrase boundaries in Urdu polar questions
Farhat Jabeen

Rising declaratives in Veneto dialects
Giuseppe Magistro, Claudia Crocco

High Rising Terminals in Dublin: forms, functions and gender
Julia Bongiorno, Sophie Herment

Individual variation in F0 marking of turn-taking in natural conversation in German and Swedish
Martina Rossi, Kathrin Feindt, Margaret Zellers

The Intonational Phonology of Syrian Arabic: A Preliminary Analysis
Malek Al Hasan, Shakuntala Mahanta

How prosody affects ASR performance in conversational Austrian German
Saskia Wepner, Barbara Schuppler, Gernot Kubin

Acoustical Analysis of Speech Under Physical Stress in Relation to Physical Activities and Physical Literacy
Si-Ioi Ng, Rui-Si Ma, Tan Lee, Raymond Kim-Wai Sum

Synchronous speech and semantic incongruity: what do outliers tell us about it?
Veronica P. Siqueira, Beatriz Raposo de Medeiros

Temporal prosodic cues for COVID-19 in Brazilian Portuguese speakers
Flaviane Fernandes-Svartman, Larissa Berti, Marcus Martins, Beatriz R. Medeiros, Marcelo Queiroz

Georgian Syllables, Uncentered?
Caroline Crouch, Argyro Katsika, Ioana Chitoran

Syllable duration as a proxy to latent prosodic features
Christina Tånnander, David House, Jens Edlund

Durational consonant categories in Alemannic and Swiss Standard German across tempo and age
Franka Zebe







Poster session 2


Auditory vs. audiovisual prominence ratings of speech involving spontaneously produced head movements
Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Johan Frid, David House

Anticipatory marking of (non-corrective) contrastive focus by the Initial Rise in French
Axel Barrault, James German, Pauline Welby

Gradiency vs. categoricity: How French speakers perceive accentual information in their native language?
Amandine Michelas, Sophie Dufour

High-pitched prominences in the speeches of male Polish members of parliament
Maciej Karpiński, Ewa Jarmołowicz-Nowikow, Katarzyna Klessa

Pretonic Lengthening as the Lexical Stress Domain Extension
Beata Łukaszewicz, Janina Mołczanow, Anna Łukaszewicz

The effects of prosodic prominence on the acquisition of L2 phonological features
Fabian Santiago, Paolo Mairano, Bianca De Paolis

Prosody in bilingual caregiver’s infant-directed speech: Cues for infants’ acquisition of their languages’ intonational structure
Marina Kalashnikova, Cristina Naranjo

Early Prosodic Development predicts Lexical Development in typical and atypical language acquisition
Ricardo Sousa, Susana Silva, Sónia Frota

Lexical Stress Matures Late in Typically Developing Children
Joanne Arciuli, Kate Philips, Benjamin Bailey, Alexandre Forndran, Adam Vogel, Kirrie Ballard

Cross-linguistic evidence for the role of phrasal prosody in syntactic and lexical acquisition
Alex de Carvalho, Leticia Kolberg, John Trueswell, Anne Christophe

The prosodic and gestural marking of the information status of referents in children’s narrative speech: A longitudinal study
Sara Munoz-Coego, Júlia Florit-Pons, Patrick Louis Rohrer, Ingrid Vilà-Giménez, Pilar Prieto

Word frequency and prosody bootstrap basic word order in prelexical infants
Judit Gervain

A preliminary study on the acquisition of Mandarin neutral tone by young heritage children
Chen Lan, Peggy Mok

A preliminary analysis on children’s phonation contrast in Kunshan Wu Chinese tones
Wenwei Xu, Chunyu Ge, Wentao Gu, Peggy Mok

A Hierarchical Predictive Processing Approach to Modelling Prosody
Juraj Šimko, Adaeze Adigwe, Antti Suni, Martti Vainio

The Role of Rhythm and Vowel Space in Speech Recognition
Li-Fang Lai, Janet G. van Hell, John Lipski

Dynamic Assessment during Suprasegmental Training with Mobile CAPT
Veranika Mikhailava, John Blake, Evgeny Pyshkin, Natalia Bogach, Sergey Chernonog, Artyom Zhuikov, Maria Lesnichaya, Iurii Lezhenin, Roman Svechnikov

Perceptual Identification of Speech Acts in Gallo-Romance Dialects: A Study Based on Prosody Re-synthesis
Hansjörg Mixdorff, Albert Rilliard, Philippe Boula De Mareüil

Building a Persian-English OMProDat Database Read by Persian Speakers
Mortaza Taheri-Ardali, Daniel Hirst

Naturalness and Intelligibility Monitoring for Text-to-Speech Evaluation
Alex Peiró-Lilja, Guillermo Cámbara, Mireia Farrús, Jordi Luque

Revisiting Paratone Prosodic Features with the EIIDA corpus
Nicolas Ballier, Adrien Méli, Taylor Arnold, Alice Henserson

Social and situational factors of speaker variability in collaborative dialogues
Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Alla Menshikova, Daniil Kocharov, Pavel Kholiavin, Anna Mamushina

Investigating the usefulness of i-vectors for automatic language characterization
Maureen de Seyssel, Guillaume Wisniewski, Emmanuel Dupoux, Bogdan Ludusan






Poster session 3


Acoustic Study of the Voice Quality of Brazilian Portuguese Stressed Vowels
Alexsandro Rodrigues Meireles, Hansjörg Mixdorff

Articulatory properties of period-doubled voice in Mandarin
Yaqian Huang

Prosodic and Voice Quality Analyses of Filled Pauses in Japanese Spontaneous Conversation by Chinese learners and Japanese Native Speakers
Xinyue Li, Carlos Toshinori Ishi, Changzeng Fu, Ryoko Hayashi

Voice Quality and Pitch Features in Transformer-Based Speech Recognition
Guillermo Cámbara, Mireia Farrús, Jordi Luque

ha-HA-hha? Intensity and voice quality characteristics of laughter
Bogdan Ludusan, Petra Wagner

A perceptual and acoustic study of dubbed voices in an animated film
Alice Crochiquia, Anders Eriksson, Plinio Barbosa, Sandra Madureira

An electroglottographic study of phonation types in tones of Suzhou Wu Chinese
Chunyu Ge, Wenwei Xu, Wentao Gu, Peggy Mok

Acoustic discriminability of unconscious laughter and scream during game-play
Takuto Matsuda, Yoshiko Arimoto

Effect of Age and Gender on Categorical Vocal Emotion Recognition in Mandarin Chinese
Yu Chen, Ting Wang, Hongwei Ding

Speech Emotion Recognition using Time-frequency Random Circular Shift and Deep Neural Networks
Sylvain Xia, Dominique Fourer, Liliana Audin-Garcia, Jean-Luc Rouas, Takaaki Shochi

Perceived emotions in infant-directed narrative across time and speech acts
Katalin Mády, Beáta Gyuris, Hans-Martin Gärtner, Anna Kohári, Ádám Szalontai, Uwe D. Reichel

A Valence-Arousal-Dominance Study of American English Social Affective Expressions
Donna Erickson, Albert Rilliard, Ela Thurgood, João Antônio de Moraes, Takaaki Shochi

Prosodic realization of politeness in the presence of non-prosodic cues in Mandarin Chinese
Jiayong He, Jing Tang, Stella Gryllia, Aoju Chen

Prosodic Correlates of Discourse Structure and Emotion in Discourse Markers that Preface Announcements of News
Emilie Marty, Roxane Bertrand, Caterina Petrone, James German

Believe It or Not: Acoustic-Prosodic Cues to Trusting and Untrusting Speech in Interview Dialogues
Sarah Ita Levitan, Julia Hirschberg

Computational modeling of intonation patterns in Arabic emotional speech
Aitor Arronte Alvarez, Elsayed Issa, Mohammed Alshakhori

Gender effects on perception of emotional speech- and visual-prosody in a second language: Emotion recognition in English-speaking films
Suzanne Verheul, Adriana Hartman, Roselinde Supheert, Aoju Chen

Keep on smiling...? An exploration of the gender-specific connections between smiling duration and perceived speaker attributes in business pitches
Lisa Maria Tschinse, Ali Asadi, Anna Gutnyk, Oliver Niebuhr

An EEG-study on L2 categorization of emotional prosody in German
Huan Wei, Yifei He, Christina Kauschke, Mathias Scharinger, Ulrike Domahs

Kamala Harris, Maya Rudolph and the Prosody of Parody
Nicole Holliday

Auditory and visual cues in face-masked infant-directed speech
Marisa Cruz, Jovana Pejovic, Catia Severino, Marina Vigario, Sónia Frota

Cue weighting differences in perception of Spanish sentence type between native listeners of Chinese and Spanish
Peizhu Shang, Wendy Elvira-García, Xinyi Li

Perception of Boundary and Prominence in Spontaneous Japanese: An RPT Study
Shinobu Mizuguchi, Koichi Tateishi

Perception of Pitch Height and Prominence by Old and Young listeners
Hae-Sung Jeon, Antje Heinrich

Asymmetry in L1 and L2 listeners’ use of prosody for PP-attachment disambiguation
Yuanyuan Zhang, Hongwei Ding

On the Predictability of the Prosody of Dialog Markers from the Prosody of the Local Context
Anindita Nath, Nigel Ward

The effect of predictability on German stop voicing is phonologically selective
Omnia Ibrahim, Ivan Yuen, Bistra Andreeva, Bernd Möbius

Does prosody influence segments differently in Cantonese and Mandarin? A case study of the open vowel /a/
Yike Yang, Si Chen

Human self-domestication and the evolution of prosody
Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Wendy Elvira-García

Scripted Simulated Dialogue: a new elicitation paradigm
Aliza Glasbergen-Plas, Stella Gryllia, Leticia Pablos Robles, Jenny Doetjes






Poster session 4


The influence of L1 prosody on Bulgarian-accented German and English
Bistra Andreeva, Snezhina Dimitrova

Effects of Gender and Language Proficiency on Phonetic Accommodation in Chinese EFL Learners
Xiaoqing Wang, Wentao Gu

jTRACE modeling of L2 Mandarin learners’ spoken word recognition at two time points in learning
Adam Bramlett, Seth Wiener

Creaky voice and utterance fluency measures in predicting fluency and oral proficiency of spontaneous L2 Finnish
Heini Kallio, Rosa Suviranta, Mikko Kuronen, Anna von Zansen

Native Beijing listeners’ perceptual assimilation of Mandarin lexical tones produced by L2-Mandarin speakers from Yantai, Shanghai, and Guangzhou
Yanping Li, Catherine Best, Michael Tyler, Denis Burnham

Prosodic imitation of audiovisual and audio-only prompts in L2 English
Štefan Beňuš

How do we chunk and pause in non-native vs native speech? Methodological implications for SLA
Lucie Judkins, Charlotte Alazard-Guiu, Corine Astésano

Mandarin third tone sandhi application in trisyllabic words by L2 learners
Jung-Yueh Tu, Jih-Ho Cha

The effects of prosodic training with logatomes and prosodic gestures on L2 spontaneous speech
Florence Baills, Fabián Santiago, Paolo Mairano, Pilar Prieto

A Comparison of Pitch Accent Patterns in Contrastive Adjective+Noun Structures in Bilingual Englishes
Marlene Böttcher

Prosody of contrastive adjectives in mono- and bilingual speakers of English and Russian: a corpus study
Sabine Zerbian, Marlene Böttcher, Yulia Zuban

Developing and validating a rating scale of speaking prosody ability for learners of Chinese as a second language
Sichang Gao, Mingwei Pan

Neural correlates and L2 lexical stress learning: an fMRI study
Sandra Schwab, Michael Mouthon, Justine Salvadori, Eugenia Ferreira da Silva, Ilona Yakoub, Nathalie Giroud, Jean-Marie Annoni

Intonational interference in English-L2 Brazilian speakers: production and perception
Thales Buzan, Cristina Name, Juan Sosa

Pitch range modulations in an edge-marking language
Catalina Torres

Disentangling emphasis from pragmatic contrastivity in the English H* ~ L+H* contrast
Amalia Arvaniti, Stella Gryllia, Cong Zhang, Katherine Marcoux

Top-Down and Bottom-up Processing of Familiar and Unfamiliar Mandarin Dialect Tone Systems
Liang Zhao, Shayne Sloggett, Eleanor Chodroff

Text-tune accommodation processes in the intonation of European Portuguese yes-no questions: an OT analysis
Francesco Rodriquez, Paolo Roseano, Teresa Cabré Monné

Fundamental Frequency Variation in Polarity Questions of Czech
Jan Volín, Michaela Svatošová, Pavel Šturm

The rise and fall of American English pitch accents: Evidence from an imitation study of rising nuclear tunes
Jeremy Steffman, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Jennifer Cole

Social variability of peak alignment in Russian rise-fall tunes
Tatiana Kachkovskaia, Svetlana Zimina, Alena Portnova, Daniil Kocharov

Phonological Representation of Tone Sandhi in Nanjing Mandarin
Xin Li, Wentao Gu

Mora count and the alignment of rising pitch accents in Iron Ossetic
Lena Borise, David Erschler

Melodic perception skills predict Catalan speakers’ imitation abilities of unfamiliar languages
Peng Li, Yuan Zhang, Xianqiang Fu, Florence Baills, Pilar Prieto

A Data-driven Approach to Constructing a Prosodic Grammar for Mandarin Read Speech
Yu-Siang Hong, Sin-Horng Chen

The Effect of Japanese Pitch Accent System on Musical Cognitive Ability
Changyun Moon, Chuyu Huang, Daiki Hashimoto

The Durational Structure of Tetrasyllabic Words in Inari Saami
Helen Türk, Pärtel Lippus, Merit Niinemägi, Karl Pajusalu, Pire Teras

Phrasing and speech rate effects on segmental and prosodic variability in Greek
Mary Baltazani, Katerina Nicolaidis

Prosodic prominence and clefting in L2 focus interpretation
Mengzhu Yan, Sasha Calhoun


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Keynotes

Oral session 1: Prosody and pragmatics

Oral session 2: Production of Intonation

Oral session 3: Prosody and speech and language impairments

Special oral session 1: Prosodic marking of information structure in language learners: Prosody and beyond

Poster session 1

Oral session 4: Prosody in language acquisition

Oral session 5: Segments, prosody and intonation

Oral session 6: Stress and prominence

Oral session 7: Computational modelling and applications of prosody

Special poster session: Timing and Rhythm Across Languages

Poster session 2

Oral session 8: Perception of prosody

Oral session 9: Voice quality, tone and intonation

Special oral session 2: Measuring, modelling, and training of speaking styles

Oral session 10: Prosody, emotion, and art

Poster session 3

Oral session 11: Prosody, the signal and the brain

Special oral session 3: Musical power: The effect of musicality on prosodic learning

Oral session 12: Prosody in L2 and bilingual speakers

Oral session 13: Intonation: phonetics, phonology, processing

Poster session 4