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1st International Conference on Tone and Intonation

Sonderborg, Denmark
6-9 December 2021

Chair: Oliver Niebuhr
doi: 10.21437/TAI.2021

Full papers submitted after the conference


Those who shout the loudest - Do they sound more charismatic?
Oliver Niebuhr, Radek Skarnitzl

Factors affecting the incidental formation of novel tone categories
Jonathan Wright, Melissa Baese-Berk

Epistemic Meaning and the LLL Tune in American English
Thomas Sostarics, Jennifer Cole

The Consistent Meaning of Intonational Tunes Across Sentence Type in American English
Kate Sandberg, Jennifer Cole

A configurational approach to the prosody of topic and focus in Egyptian Arabic. Testing the importance of accent-based and utterance-based acoustic cues
Dina El Zarka, Barbara Schuppler

Broken tone in Livonian and Leivu
Pire Teras, Tuuli Tuisk

Lexical and grammatical tone in Wiru (Southern Highlands Province, PNG)
Laura McPherson, Don Daniels, Caroline Hendy

Articulatory Prosody: A comparison of Mandarin Chinese and Japanese
Donna Erickson

Prosodic characteristics of exclamatives and questions in Estonian
Heete Sahkai, Eva Liina Asu, Pärtel Lippus

Can the prosody of statements and various types of questions be identified in Gallo-Romance dialects?
Hansjörg Mixdorff, Philippe Boula de Mareüil, Albert Rilliard, Valentina De Iacovo

Prosody and Morphosyntax in Sora: A preliminary study
Luke Horo, Gregory Anderson

Comparison of Pitch Variation and Pitch Range in L1 and L2 Mandarin Chinese
Man Gao

Segments as carriers of prosodic information in word onsets
Catalina Torres, Pauline Welby

Change and stability in the tonal contours of King Rama IX of Thailand, 1959-1997
Cathryn Yang, Pittayawat Pittayaporn, James Kirby, Sujinat Jitwiriyanont

Mandarin Chinese sentence intonation patterns in the production of Hungarian learners of Chinese
Kornélia Juhász, Huba Bartos

Distortion in Tone Production due to the Lombard Effect
Giang Le, Chilin Shih, Yan Tang

Priming Effects of Tones in Visual Processing of Vietnamese
Rolando Coto-Solano, Diệp Trần

Pronoun vs. preposition – where is stress assigned in German prepositional phrases?
Marlene Böttcher, Fabian Schubö

Effects of consonant type on tone realization in Luganda
Scott Myers

Production of the Taiwanese Southern Min tones by L1 Mandarin speakers
Karen Huang

Lexical Stress Strength vs Macro-Rhythm Strength: An Inverse Relationship Between Prominence Cues
Christine Prechtel

Prosodic cues to agreement and disagreement prefaces in Austrian German conversations
Anneliese Kelterer, Saskia Wepner, Sophie Christian, Barbara Schuppler, Dina El Zarka

The time course of pitch variation towards possible places of speaker transition in German and Swedish
Kathrin Feindt, Martina Rossi, Margaret Zellers

Tonal scaling and alignment in Javanese
Fabian Schubö

The primacy of the rising/non-rising dichotomy in American English intonational tunes
Jennifer Cole, Jeremy Steffman

Semantic vs. Prosodic Prominence – Pronouns Realisation in spontaneous Mono- and Bilingual English
Marlene Böttcher

An initial exploration of the interaction of tone and intonation in Kera'a
Constantijn Kaland, Naomi Peck, T. Mark Ellison, Uta Reinöhl

Pitch accent position, peak height, and prominence level relative to accented vowel onset on YouTube
Stephanie Berger, Margaret Zellers

Creativity and Variability in the Perception of Prosody and Focus Marking in German
Farhat Jabeen, Petra Wagner, Jutta Hartmann

Lesbian Pitch Level and Span: A Case Study of Cameron Esposito
Aimee Herubin

Encoding of contextual tonal alternations in word production in Teochew
Xiaocong Chen, Caicai Zhang

Evidence of segmental articulations: Acceleration determines vowel segment duration in Swedish Word Accents
Malin Svensson Lundmark

Periodic energy mass on head and edge tones in Maltese wh-constructions
Maria Lialiou, Aviad Albert, Alexandra Vella, Martine Grice

Vowel length affects pre-boundary lengthening in Czech
Nadja Spina, Fabian Schubö

Parallel Recognition of Mandarin Tones and Focus from continuous F0
Yue Chen, Yi Xu

Low boundary tone: Evidence from the acoustic differences between Cantonese sentence-final particles with low-falling tone
Jonathan Him Nok Lee

The effect of L2 proficiency on pitch and phonation sensitivity in naïve tone perception—A study of Wenzhou dialect tone perception by English learners of Mandarin
Yufei Niu, Peggy Pik Ki Mok

Mapping prosody and meaning by Cantonese-speaking children with and without autism spectrum disorder
Fang Zhou, Si Chen, Angel Chan, Eunjin Chun, Bei Li, Tempo Tang, Phoebe Choi

Intonational variation and change in York English
Sam Hellmuth, Ciara Farrelly

The prosodic realisation of focus in Saudi Arabic dialects in comparative perspective
Aljawharah Alzamil, Sam Hellmuth

Prominence-boundary interactions in speech perception: evidence from Japanese vowel length
Hironori Katsuda, Jeremy Steffman

Identifying Mandarin Tones with Intonation is Difficult for L2 Learners, Regardless of Their Experience
Wei William Zhou

An Empirical Investigation on the Perceptual Similarity of Prosodic Language Types
Alina Gregori, Frank Kügler

Effects of public speaking virtual reality trainings on prosodic and gestural features
Io Valls-Ratés, Oliver Niebuhr, Pilar Prieto

Focus and Prosodic Cues in Hungarian Noun Phrases
Corinna Langer, Frank Kügler

Prosodic Structure of Farasani Arabic: Accentual Phrase without a Pitch Accent
Abeer Abbas, Sun-Ah Jun

The Right Edge of the IP in Cantonese Focus Perception
Kechun Li, Francis Nolan, Brechtje Post

Pitch accent distribution and tonal alignment in Swiss German and German children
Marieke Einfeldt, Bettina Braun

The connection between prosodic realisations of German Wh-questions and their pragmatic embeddings
Justin Hofenbitzer, Bettina Braun, Maribel Romero

The perceptual relevance of the French Initial Rise in identifying the left edge of a contrastive focus
Axel Barrault, Pauline Welby, James German

The role of accommodation in expressing emotions to newborn babies
Katalin Mády, Uwe Reichel, Anna Kohári, Ádám Szalontai

The relationship between boundary markers and audible inhalation in Hungarian read speech
Valéria Krepsz, Anna Huszár, Katalin Mády

Prosodic and Non-Prosodic Cues to Prominence and Boundaries: Evidence from an RPT study in Albanian
Alejna Brugos, Enkeleida Kapia

Utterance-final rises and focus marking in South Swedish
Sara Myrberg

Towards a Prosodic Visualization Tool for Language Learners
Kerstin Fischer, Oliver Niebuhr, Maria Alm, Åsa Abelin, Egil Albertsen, Ali Asadi

The interaction of micro- and macro-rhythm measures in English and Japanese as first and second languages
Jun Nagao, Marta Ortega-Llebaria

Parameters of tonal variation in and between three Scandinavian languages
Maria Alm, Jardar Eggesbø Abrahamsen, Åsa Abelin, Egil Albertsen, Jacques Koreman

The “Frog Melody”: A variation of the Scania Swedish tone accent 2 melody to encourage children
Maria Alm

What’s pitch got to do with it? – The connection between speech prosody and investor-pitch success
Jana Niehof, Oliver Niebuhr


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Full papers submitted after the conference