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Fonetik 2015

Humanistiska och teologiska fakulteterna | Lunds universitet

program/tider

Måndag 8 Juni

 

12.00–13.00

Registrering

13.00–13.15

Välkommen!

Session 1:

Dialects and sound change

Chair:

Åsa Abelin

13.15–13.45

Sidney A. J. Wood

 

Halfway to Estuary English with H. G. Wells (1866-1946)  (PDF)

13.45–14.15

Guðlaug Hilmarsdóttir

 

A change in the openness of two vowel phoneme pairs in eastern Icelandic: An acoustic analysis of /ɶ:/ vs. /ʏ:/, and /ɛ:/ vs. /ɪ:/  (PDF)

Session 2:

Cats and sounds

Chair:

Åsa Abelin

14.15–14.45

Robert Eklund

 

Grimaldi’s “Discovery of the Cat Language”: A theory in need of revival (or perhaps not?)  (PDF)

14.45–15.15

Susanne Schötz

 

Agonistic Vocalisations in Domestic Cats: A Case Study  (PDF)

15.15–15.45

Fika

Session 3:

Swedish word accents

Chair:

David House

15.45–16.15

Malin Svensson Lundmark, Johan Frid and Susanne Schötz

 

A Pilot Study: Acoustic and Articulatory Data on Tonal Alignment in Swedish Word Accents  (PDF)

16.15–16.45

Åsa Abelin and Bosse Thorén

 

What affects recognition most – wrong word stress or wrong word accent?  (PDF)

16.45–17.15

Pelle Söderström, Merle Horne and Mikael Roll

 

Using tonal cues to predict inflections  (PDF)

17.15

Mingel

 

 

Tisdag 9 Juni

 

Session 4

Sentence intonation and singing

Chair:

Sofia Strömbergsson

9.00–9.30

Martina Huhtamäki

 

Intonations and functions of questions in Helsinki Swedish conversations (PDF)

9.30–10.00

Anna Hed and Anna Smålander

 

Deaccented verbs in Swedish  (PDF)

10.00–10.30

Anita McAllister and Robert Eklund

 

An acoustic analysis of the cattle call “kulning”, performed outdoors at Säter, Dalarna, Sweden  (PDF)

10.30.–11.00

Fika

Session 5:

Segmental acoustics and perception

Chair:

Robert Eklund

11.00–11.30

Eva Liina Asu, Otto Ewald and Susanne Schötz

 

The realisation of sj- and tj-sounds in Estonian Swedish: some preliminary results  (PDF)

11.30.–12.00

Otto Ewald

 

A spectral analysis of the backing of Afrikaans /s/ in the consonant cluster /rs/  (PDF)

12.00–12.30

Iris Gordon-Bouvier, Josefine Kyhle, Anita McAllister, Hanna Norman, Sarah Paues, Camille Robieux and Sofia Strömbergsson

 

Self-perception of vocal and articulatory effort in consonant production by native Swedish speakers  (PDF)

12.30.–14.15

Lunch

Session 6:

L2-speech

Chair:

Eva Liina Asu

14.15–14.45

Berit Aronsson

 

Transfer of rising tone patterns from Swedish L1 into Spanish L2 – which are the communicative consequences? (PDF)

14.45–15.15

Mechtild Tronnier and Elisabeth Zetterholm

 

Foreign accent: influences of the sound system of Serbian on the production of Swedish L2  (PDF)

15.15–15.45

Fika

Session 7:

Speech and gesture

Chair:

Mattias Heldner

15.45–16.15

David House, Simon Alexanderson and Jonas Beskow

 

On the temporal domain of co-speech gestures: syllable, phrase or talk spurt? (PDF)

16.15–16.45

Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Malin Svensson Lundmark and David House

 

Multimodal levels of prominence: a preliminary analysis of head and eyebrow movements in Swedish news broadcasts  (PDF)

16.45–17.15

Plenum

17.15

Avfärd Middag

 

 

Onsdag 10 Juni

 

Session 8

Lots of air

Chair:

Petra Bodén

9.30–10.00

Kätlin Aare, Marcin Włodarczak and Mattias Heldner

 

Inhalation amplitude and turn-taking in spontaneous Estonian conversation  (PDF)

10.00–10.30

Jonna Hammarsten, Roxanne Harris, Nilla Henriksson, Isabelle Pano, Mattias Heldner and Marcin Włodarczak

 

Temporal aspects of breathing and turn-taking in Swedish multiparty conversations  (PDF)

10.30.–11.00

Robert Eklund

 

Languages with pulmonic ingressive speech: updating and adding to the list  (PDF)

11.00

Avslutning

Ca. 11.15

Fika