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Temporal Integration in the Perception of Speech

Aix-en-Provence, France
8-10 April 2002

Chairs: Noël Nguyen, Sarah Hawkins, John Laver






Poster Session 1


Perception of emphatic stress: Multiple regression analyses
Marie-Ange Alexandre, Claire Gérard

The relationship between redundancy, prosodic prominence and acoustic cues in spontaneous speech
Matthew Aylett

Intelligibility of time-reversed speech in French
Melissa Barkat, Fanny Meunier, Ivan Magrin-Chagnolleau

Resonance characteristics as non-segmental phonological abstractions:Some consequences for speech perception
Paul Carter

Online processing of phonological variation in speech comprehension: The case of assimilation
Isabelle Darcy

Perceiving tonal targets in Italian questions and statements
Mariapaola d'Imperio

Competition effect in phonological priming:The number of mismatching phonemes between primes and targets
Sophie Dufour, Ronald Peereman

Vowel normalisation for dialect
Bronwen G. Evans, Paul Iverson

Segmental durations in loud speech
Anja Geumann

Integrating feature cues over time to resolve ambiguity
David W. Gow

Less is more: Contrastive diphthong dynamics represented nontemporally
Markus Hiller

The interaction of pitch range and temporal alignment in the perception of interrogative mode in Swedish
David House

Underlying mechanism for categorical perception: TOT and VOT evidence from the Hebrew language
Liat Kishon-Rabin, Shira Rotshtein, Riki Taitelbaum

Acoustic Cues to the Perception of Initial Voicing in Hebrew
Riki Taitelbaum, Liat Kishon-Rabin, M. Hildesheimer

Lexical activation in spoken word recognition: Insight from the Pause-Detection paradigm.
Sven L. Mattys

An articulatory and perceptual study of phrasing
C. Menezes, D. Erickson, J. McGory, B. Pardo, Osamu Fujimura

Acoustic cue overlap and the parsing of paradigmatic slots:Functional basis of a guttural OCP constraint
Amanda Miller-Ockhuizen

Filtering out place assimilations in perception I: Context-sensitivity at an acoustic/phonetic level
Holger Mitterer, Leo Blomert

Filtering out place assimilations in perception II: Length does matter
Holger Mitterer, Leo Blomert

Perception of speech rate and phonological length
Satsuki Nakai, Sari Kunnari, Marilyn Vihman

Some perceptual cues to French prosody
Guillaume Rolland, Hélène Loevenbruck, Marie-Agnès Cathiard

Does memory for individual talkers help word segmentation
Rachel Smith

Temporal factors in perception of the voicing contrast:Immediate semantic effects on speech processing and the L2 learner
Eivind Nessa Torgersen

The function of filled pauses as discourse segment boundary markers in Japanese monologues
Michiko Watanabe


Poster Session 2


Integrating prosodic and gestural temporal constraints into a model of speech rhythm production
Plínio A. Barbosa

Temporal processing and prosodic bootstrapping of syntax:A simulation study
Jean-Marc Blanc, Peter Ford Dominey

A computational model of a contextual effect on consonant perception in nasal vowel-nasal syllables
Susan L. Denham, Georg F. Meyer

Computational models of integration in fricative-vowel syllables
S. Fernández, S. Feijóo

Recognition using speech synthesis : a reactive dynamic for robust ASR
Hervé Glotin

A model of multi-resolution auditory scene analysis
Sue Harding, Georg Meyer

Magic time interval 250 ms plus-minus 100 ms
Hynek Hermansky

A connectionist approach to phonological development: Learning to map from articulation to acoustics
Christopher Kello, David Plaut

Speech and voice analyses according to a multiscale temporal integration model
Jean-Sylvain Liénard

Connectionist mixture of experts and auditory-based parameters for a better identification ofcomplex phonetic features
Sid-Ahmed Selouani, Douglas O’Shaughnessy

Testing predictions of a nonlinear dynamical model of speech perception
Betty Tuller, P. Case, J. A. Kelso

The role of temporal structure in segmental stability
Gautam K. Vallabha, Betty Tuller

Speech intelligibility in continuous and intermittent noise for dyslexic and normal-reading listeners
P. J. Bailey, Y. M. Griffiths, N. I. Hill, S. Brent, M. J. Snowling

Speech perception in dyslexia: Auditory, phonetic, and phonological context effects
Leo Blomert, Holger Mitterer, Christiaan Paffen

Temporal processing deficits in dyslexic children with and without comorbid disorders
Sarah Dace, Franck Ramus, Stuart Rosen, Uta Frith

Temporal auditory processing in dyslexia: Cause or co-occurrence
Franck Ramus, Sarah Dace, Stuart Rosen, Uta Frith

Perceptual centres in speech and developmental dyslexia: A new hypothesis
Usha Goswami, Jenny Thomson, Ulla Richardson, Sophie Scott

Temporal resolution and frequency discrimination in people with a specific language impairment:Behavioural and electrophysiological evidence
Genevieve M. McArthur, Dorothy V. M. Bishop

Backward-masking effects in the perception of stop sequences in dyslexic children
Noël Nguyen, Ludovic Jankowski, Muriel Lalain, Barbara Joly-Pottuz, Michel Habib


Poster Session 3


Processing of semantic and prosodic information during spoken language comprehension:An ERP investigation
Corine Astésano, Kai Alter, Mireille Besson

Temporal integration as a consequence of multi-source decoding
Jon Barker, Martin Cooke, Dan Ellis

Effortful understanding: An fMRI study of the perception of distorted speech
Matt H. Davis, Ingrid S. Johnsrude

A role for processing efficiency in auditory temporal processing
Penny Hill, David R. Moore

The recognition of clear speech by adult cochlear implant users
Paul Iverson, Ann R. Bradlow

The neuroanatomy of language-specific speech processing:A cross linguistic study using event related functional Magnetic Resonance Imagery
Charlotte Jacquemot, Christophe Pallier, Stanislas Dehaene, Emmanuel Dupoux

The processing of slow and fast temporal changes in tri-syllabic consonant vowel pairs and the influenceof task effects: Evidence from ERPs
Stefanie Kruck, Mari Tervaniemi, Kai Alter

Speech perception in the brain:Temporal and spatial organization of the neural processing of phonetic and speaker-related information
Sonja Lattner, Thomas Knoesche, Burkhard Maess, Michael Schauer, Kai Alter, Angela D. Friederici

Backward masking and the effect of noise cues in adults and children
Marina M. Rose, John Schutzer-Weissmann, David R. Moore

Age-related changes in frequency discrimination:Tone duration and training can affect performance
Paul A. Sutcliffe, Dorothy V. M. Bishop

Tracing perceptual development with Swedish vowel quantity
Dawn M. Behne, Peter E. Czigler, Kirk P.H. Sullivan

Gradient effects of within-category VOT differences on lexical activation as measured by eye fixations
Bob McMurray, Michael K. Tanenhaus, Richard N. Aslin, Michael J. Spivey

Multilingual Vowel Perception
Ilkka Raimo, Janne Savela, Aino Launonen, Tarmo Kärki, Markus Mattila, Esa Uusipaikka, Olli Aaltonen

Detection of duration differences in second-language learners and native speakers of a quantity language
Sari Nenonen, Anna Shestakova, Minna Huotilainen, Risto Näätänen

The perception of native and foreign language vowels
M. S. Peltola, M. Ek, T. Kujala, J. Tuomainen, Olli Aaltonen, Risto Näätänen

Comparison of two vowel systems by the MMN and reaction times: Komi vs. Finnish
Janne Savela, T. Kujala, J. Tuomainen, M. Ek, Olli Aaltonen, Risto Näätänen

The ADS-to-IDS continuum:Developing an index for the study of infant directed speech prosody
Simone Ashby, Fred Cummins, Deb Roy

Perception of temporal relations as a function of phonology:Speech and non-speech, Thai and English children and adults
Denis Burnham

Do children and adults find the same voices intelligible?
Valerie Hazan, Duncan Markham

Development of cue weighting in children's speech perception
Catherine Mayo, Alice Turk, Jocelynne Watson

Developmental factors in the identification of place of articulation
Véronique Rey, Carole Tardif, Carine Sabater, Véronique Prost, Karine Thomas

What role can suprasegmental information play in perception of children's speech
Natalia N. Zharkova


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Focus Session 1 - Keynote Addresses

Focus Session 2 - Phonetic and Phonological Issues

Focus Session 3 - Computational Modeling

Focus Session 4 - Pathology

Focus Session 5 - Cognitive and Neural Bases

Focus Session 6 - Development - Special Tribute to Peter Jusczyk

Poster Session 1

Poster Session 2

Poster Session 3