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The following publications and presentations report on research by non-PhonoLab members that used the Phonology Lab's resources, equipment, and/or members' expertise. This list does not (typically) include research that is currently in progress or did not result in a publication or presentation.

 

Publications and other major work

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Braver, Aaron (2013).  The Perception of Incompletely Neutralized /t/ and /d/ Flaps in American English.  Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society.

Deprez, Viviane, Kristen Syrett, and Shigeto Kawahara (2012) Interfacing information and prosody: French wh-in-situ questions. In I. Franco, S. Lusini and A. Saab (eds.) Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2010. John Benjamin: Amsterdam. [pdf]

Deprez, Viviane, Kristen Syrett, and Shigeto Kawahara (2013). The interaction of syntax, prosody, and discourse in licensing French wh-in-situ questions. Lingua 124: 4-19.

Kharkwal, Gaurav & Stromswold, Karin. (Work in Progress.) Integrating visual events and linguistic information. Department of Psychology and RuCCS.

Lee, C. (2012). The mental timeline in discourse organization and processing. PhD dissertation, Rutgers University - New Brunswick. New Brunswick, NJ. [pdf]

Lee, C., & Stromswold, K. (submitted). Situation model and accessibility: Referring expressions in narrative production.

Nisula, Kirsten (2012) Perception of auditory cues for sentence disambiguation. Psychology Honors Thesis and Capstone Project.  (Faculty Advisor: Kristen Syrett, Psychology faculty sponsor: Julien Musolino)

Braver, Aaron (2011). Incomplete Neutralization in American English Flapping: A Production Study. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium. http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol17/iss1/5/

Garvey, Kelly (2011). Testing the perceptibility of place of articulation of nasal and oral stops and the effect on assimilation. Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Linguistics Department, Rutgers University. (Supervisor: Shigeto Kawahara)

Perkins, Jeremy (2011). Consonant-tone interaction and glottalization in Thai. Graduate Qualifying Paper Paper, Linguistics Department, Rutgers University. Presented at the Southeast Asian Linguistic Society XXI, Bangkok, Thailand.

Staroverov, Peter (2011). Sonorant extension, transitional vowels, and gesture sharing: an acoustic study of russian clusters. To appear in the Proceedings of NELS 2011.

Staroverov, Peter (2011). Transitional vowels and extended sonorants: An acoustic study of Russian coda clusters. Submitted.

Suárez, M.T. (2011). Number words and the object wide scope puzzle (Master’s thesis). Available from Dissertation Express database. (UMI No. 1500352)

Braver, Aaron (2010). Incomplete neutralization in American English Flapping. Graduate Qualifying Paper Paper, Linguistics Department, Rutgers University.

Staroverov, Peter and Darya Kavitskaya (2010). When an interaction is both opaque and transparent: the paradox of fed counterfeeding. Phonology 27:255-288.

 

Presentations

Lee, C. (2012). Situation model and salience. The LSA 2012 Special Session on Information Structure and Discourse: In Memory of Ellen F. Prince. Portland, Oregon.

Lee, C., Stromswold, K., & Kharkwal, G. (2012). Temporal transitions in narrative production with wordless picture books. The 86th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. Portland, Oregon.

Suárez, M.T., Musolino, J., & Deprez, V. (2012, March). Scope shift with numeral indefinites: Processing, not grammar. Paper presented at the 83rd Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

Arunachalam, S., Syrett, K., & Waxman, S. R. (2011). Can adverbs call attention to manner of motion for 2-year-olds learning verbs? Paper presented at the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, November 4-6, Boston, MA.

Braver, Aaron (2011) The Perception of Incompletely Neutralized /t/ and /d/ Flaps in American English (poster). North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 12. University of Toronto. November 2011.

Garvey, Kelly and Shigeto Kawahara (2011) Nasal place assimilation and the perceptibility of place contrasts. The 29th Meeting of West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. April 22nd, 2011.

Kawahara, Shigeto (2011) Japanese loanword devoicing: A review. Nihon Oninron Gakkai Forum (An annual summer meeting of the Phonological Society of Japan). Doshisha University. August 25th, 2011. (A keynote address).

Staroverov, Peter (2011) Sonority and the acoustics of Russian word-final consonant clusters. Ruters-UMass-MIT Phonology meeting (RUMMIT). Rutgers University.

Staroverov, Peter (2011) Vocalic elements in Russian word-final consonant clusters. New York University. Phonetics and Experimental Phonology Lab talk.

Staroverov, Peter (2011) Sonorant extension, transitional vowels, and gesture sharing: an acoustic study of Russian clusters. NELS 42. University of Toronto.

Suárez, M.T., & Musolino, J. (2011, May). Object wide scope with bare numeral indefinites: Generally acceptable overall but unaccusatives preferred. Poster presented at the 23rd Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, D.C.

Suárez, M.T., & Musolino, J. (2011, May). Object wide scope with bare numeral indefinites. Poster presented at the 5th annual Perceptual Science Forum, Piscataway, NJ.

Syrett, K., Baker, H., Kalkstein, A., & Musolino, J. (2011). Let's disambiguate sentences together: What children know about the semantics of together, and where pragmatics steps in. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, November 4-6, Boston, MA.

Syrett, K., & Musolino, J. (2011). Collective and distributive interpretations of number pluralities in child language. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, January 6-9, Pittsburgh, PA.

Syrett, K., Greenberg, L., Kelliher, M., & Kawahara, S. (2011). The acoustic features and perception of children’s clear speech. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, January 6-9, Pittsburgh, PA.

Syrett, K., Nisula, K., Simon, G., Klimashousky, S. (2011). The contribution of information structure and prosody in sentence disambiguation in English. Poster presented at Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody (ETAP) 2, September 23-25. McGill University, Montréal, Canada.

Braver, Aaron (2010). Incomplete Neutralization in American English Flapping: A Production Study. Penn Linguistics Colloquium (PLC) 34. University of Pennsylvania.

Braver, Aaron (2010). Incomplete Neutralization in American English Flapping (poster). Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon) 12. University of New Mexico. July 2010.

Braver, Aaron (2010). Is There Incomplete Neutralization in American English Flapping?
(poster). Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM) 18. University of Manchester.

Déprez, V., Syrett, K., Kawahara, S. (2010). Licensing questions with intonation: The case of French wh- in situ. Paper presented at Going Romance, December 9-11, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands.

Déprez, V., Syrett, K., Kawahara, S., Blanc, N., Lew, K., & Mustafayev, M. (2010). Interrogative licensing with intonation: The case of French wh- in situ. Poster presented at Workshop on Prosody, Syntax, and Information IV, September 17-18, University of Delaware.

Greenberg, L., Kelliher, M., Syrett, K., & Kawahara, S. (2010). Perception and production of children’s clear speech. Paper presented at RUMMIT, December 4, MIT, Boston, MA.

Suárez, M.T. (2010, September). Number words and the object wide scope puzzle. Paper presented at Masters Fest, Piscataway, NJ.

Suárez, M.T., & Musolino, J. (2010, May). Bombs, cities and natural language quantifiers. Poster presented at the 4th annual Perceptual Science Forum, Piscataway, NJ.

Syrett, K., & Musolino, J. (2010). Children’s collective and distributive interpretations of pluralities with number. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, November 5-7, Boston, MA.

Syrett, K., & Musolino, J. (2010). When the whole is not greater than the sum of its parts: Collectivity, distributivity, and number in language development. Paper presented at Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition - North America 4, September 1-3, Toronto, Canada.

Suárez, M.T., & Musolino, J. (2009, May). Comprehension of natural language quantifiers: “three” and “each”. Poster presented at the 3rd annual Perceptual Science Forum, Piscataway, NJ.

Syrett, K., Musolino, J., & Gelman, R. (2008). Using syntax to learn about number word meaning: Successes and challenges of a bootstrapping approach. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, October 31-November 2, Boston, MA.