Friday, October 4, 2019

All oral sessions will be held in Merrill Hall 131
Friday Oral Session Abstracts

Session Chairs

Friday 1:30pm — Nick Fleisher
Friday 3pm — Matt Goldrick
Friday 4:40pm — Eric Raimy

1:25 – 1:30 Opening Remarks
1:30 – 1:55 The mechanism(s) of language control: Insights from the phonetics of switching and mixing Maria Fernanda Gavino & Matthew Goldrick (Northwestern Univ.)
1:55 – 2:20 Relationship between brainstem, cortical and behavioral measures to voice onset time: Preliminary findings Jinghua Ou & Alan Yu (Univ. of Chicago)
2:20 – 2:45 Individual differences in the success of HPVT: categorical perception and inhibition ability Jieun Lee & Hanyong Park (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
2:45 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 3:25 Speech complexity is not signal complexity Daniel R. Turner, Ann R. Bradlow, & Jennifer S. Cole (Northwestern Univ.)
3:25 – 3:50 The Role of Phonological Neighborhood Density in Naming Images Sabine Heuer (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee), Naomi Hashimoto (Eastern Michigan Univ.), & Anne Pycha (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
3:50 – 4:15 Gradient acceptability in Mandarin nonword judgment Shuxiao Gong & Jie Zhang (Univ. of Kensas)
4:15 – 4:40 Break
4:40 – 5:05 American learners’ production and perception of Basque lamino-alveolar, apico-alveolar, and pre-palatal voiceless sibilants: A developmental study Ander Beristain (Univ. of Illinois)
5:05 – 5:30 A comparison of the production of alveolar stop allophones in child-directed speech versus adult-directed speech Robin Fritche & Jae Yung Song (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
5:30 – 5:55 Typologically rare phonetic and phonological phenomena in undocumented languages in…Indiana? Kelly H. Berkson, Samson Lotven, Stefon Flego (Indiana Univ.)
6:00 – 8:00 Dinner Greene Hall 148

Saturday, October 5, 2019

All oral sessions will be held in Merrill Hall 131
Saturday Oral Session Abstracts

Session Chairs

Saturday 9:30am — Karthik Durvasula
Saturday 2:45-4pm — San Duanmu
Saturday 4:15pm — Jennifer Cole

9:30 – 9:55 Miscellaneous, asymmetric, arbitrary constraints on kV sequences in Polish and why they are not so arbitrary Małgorzata Cavar (Indiana Univ.)
9:55 – 10:20 Immediate integration of coarticulatory cues for /s/-retraction Jacob B. Phillips (Univ. of Chicago)
10:20 – 10:45 Articulator-free Features and Sound Classes San Duanmu (Univ. of Michigan)
10:45 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:30 Poster Session 1 (titles below) Greene Hall 148
12:30 – 1:00 Lunch
1:00 – 2:30 Poster Session 2 (titles below) Greene Hall 148
2:30 – 2:45 Break
2:45 – 3:10 Consonant Voicing, Foot Structure, and Tone in Estonian and Franconian Björn Köhnlein & Ian S. Cameron (Ohio State Univ.)
3:10 – 3:35 Comparative Algonquian metrical phonology Jerome Biedny et al. (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)
3:35 – 4:00 The integration of prenuclear accents is conservative and delayed Timo B. Roettger & Jennifer Cole (Northwestern Univ.)
4:00 – 4:15 Break
4:15 – 4:40 Labiodentalization in Faifi Arabic Stuart Davis & Abdullah Alfaifi (Indiana Univ.)
4:40 – 5:05 How many targets does [ə] have? An altered auditory feedback study Sarah Bakst & Caroline Niziolek (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)
5:05 – 5:30 Are deleted vowels really gone? Incomplete vowel deletion in syllable contraction Chenchen Xu, Karthik Durvasula, & Yen-Hwei Lin (Michigan State Univ.)

Poster Session 1 (Saturday, October 5, 11:00-12:30)

Poster sessions will be held in Greene Hall 148
Poster Session 1 Abstracts

1 Substrate and Apparent-time Evidence of Decreasing Positive VOT of Voiceless Oral Stops in Michigan’s UP English Rankinen, Carene, & Haight (Grand Valley State Univ.)
2 The articulatory-acoustic characteristics of harmonic and disharmonic laterals in Turkish Sherman Charles & Őner Őzcelik (Indiana Univ.)
3 Prosodic Features of Speech in Children with Autism Aya Awwad & Jae Yung Song (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
4 Is Japanese vowel devoicing a gradual or targetless? Acoustic and articulatory evidence Marco Fonseca (Univ. of Illinois)
5 The effect of proficiency in the production of L2 English vowel-pairs in FL adult learners Ane Icardo Isasa (Univ. of Illinois)
6 Syllable quantity and contrastive feet: a metrical analysis of light-initial tone sandhi in Suzhou Yuhong Zhu (Ohio State Univ.)
7 Post-Lexical Tone 3 Sandhi Domain-Building in Huai’an Mandarin: Multiple Domain Types and Flexible Directionalit Naiyan Du & Yen-Hwei Lin (Michigan State Univ.)
8 Tone 4 Sandhi in Heze Chinese He Zhou, Zuoyu Tian, & Trey Jagiella (Indiana Univ.)
9 An AX experiment exploring perceptual fidelity in vowels Jonathan Jibson (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison)
10 Onsets in Persian/English Inter-phonology (A Longitudinal Study) Hamideh Sadat Bagherzadeh (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
11 The phonetics and phonology of perceptual similarity in L2 vowel perception Joy Kwon (Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison
12 Adaptation of English Stops in Indo-Aryan Languages: The Problem of De-aspiration Jahnavi Narkar (Wayne State Univ.)
13 Gender, Variant Frequency, and Social Evaluations of Speakers Amelia Stecker (Northwestern Univ.)

Poster Session 2 (Saturday, October 5, 1:00-2:30)

Poster sessions will be held in Greene Hall 148
Poster Session 2 Abstracts

14 Regional features and the Jewish ethnolinguistic repertoire in Chicago Jaime Benhiem (Northwestern Univ.)
15 Assessing Rhotic Production in Heritage Speakers of Spanish Laura D. Cummings Ruiz (Univ. of Illinois)
16 Production and perception of English vowel length by Korean learners of English Juyeon Chung (Indiana Univ.)
17 Spectral Change Applied to Anticipatory Coarticulation Stefon Flego (Indiana Univ.) & Jon Forrest (Univ. of Georgia)
18 Liquid polarization theory and Austrian l-rounding Vowel Epenthesis of /s(C)C/ David Bolter (Indiana Univ.)
19 Factors Affecting Perception of English Vowels by Native Chinese Learners Valerie Perkins, Aimee Roekle, & Jae Yung Song (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
20 Neural correlates to lexical tone alternation: regularity and exception Joseph C.Y. Lau (Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong & Northwestern), René Kager (Utrecht), Patrick C.M. Wong (Chinese Univ. of Hong Kong)
21 The Role of Consonants versus Vowels in English Speech Intelligibility Yahya Aldholmi (King Saud Univ.) & Anne Pycha (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
22 Type and token frequencies of Arabic consonantal roots that violate OCP Fahad Alrashed (Univ. of Michigan)
23 Relative Effects of Segment and Prosody in the Perception of Japanese-accented Korean Sujin Oh (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) & Eunhae Oh (Konkuk Univ.)
24 The Effect of Dialects on Phonetic Convergence in Non-native Settings Ruqayyah Althubyani & Hanyong Park (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
25 A Comparative Study of Iraqi and Najdi Arabic Word-initial and Word-final Consonant Cluster Saja Albuarabi & Hanyong Park (Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)