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Fri Mar 1 2002

Confs: Speech Perception, Houston

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Message 1: speech perception symposium

Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 22:41:19 -0600
From: Hilary Young <hilaryyruf.rice.edu>
Subject: speech perception symposium

 CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT


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** RICE UNIVERSITY'S **
** NINTH BIENNIAL LINGUISTICS SYMPOSIUM **
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** SPEECH PERCEPTION IN CONTEXT: **
** BEYOND ACOUSTIC PATTERN MATCHING **
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 RICE UNIVERSITY
 Houston, Texas
 March 14-16, 2002

This symposium brings together researchers who investigate the
knowledge systems that are involved in the speech perception process, and
how these systems interact. Although they are from a variety of different
fields, they share in interest in examining speech perception as a
phenomenon that moves beyond acoustic pattern matching, and instead appeal
to the entire range of cognitive systems involved in perceiving speech in
natural contexts.

PARTICIPANTS:

PETER CARIANI, Harvard University
SUZANNE CURTIN, U. of British Columbia and U. of Pittsburgh
KEITH JOHNSON, The Ohio State University
SYD LAMB, Rice University
NANCY NIEDZIELSKI, Rice University
HOWARD NUSBAUM, University of Chicago
DAVID PISONI AND CYNTHIA CLOPPER, Indiana University
BARTEK PLICHTA, Michigan State University
DENNIS PRESTON, Michigan State University
MIKKO SAMS, Helsinki University
RICHARD WRIGHT and GABRIEL WEBSTER, University of Washington

FOR INFORMATION, email us at niedzrice.edu, call us at 713-348-6010, or
visit us at http://www.linguistics.rice.edu/symposium

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