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Message 1: 9th Conference on Laboratory Phonology

Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 16:40:52 -0500 (EST)
From: jscole <>
Subject: 9th Conference on Laboratory Phonology

9th Conference on Laboratory Phonology 
Short Title: LabPhon 9 

Date: 24-Jun-2004 - 26-Jun-2004
Location: Urbana, Illinois, United States of America
Contact: Jennifer Cole
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL: 

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology 

Meeting Description:

The 9th Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon 9) will be held
June 24-26, 2004, at the Beckman Institute on the campus of the
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The conference organizers
are pleased to announce the following program of speakers. Additional
conference information and the program of poster presentations can be
found at

SESSION: Acquisition as change: L1 phonology
LouAnn Gerken (U Arizona), invited speaker
	(title to be announced)

Angela Grimm (U Groningen)	
The Prosodic Pattern of Words and Phrases in the Acquisition of German

Mary E. Beckman, Jan Edwards, & Benjamin Munson (Ohio State U and U
Vocabulary growth and developmental expansion of types of phonological

Sharon Peperkamp, Diogo Almeida & Emmanuel Dupoux (Laboratoire de
Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Paris and U Maryland)
The acquisition of abstract phoneme categories

Stefan Frisch (U South Florida), invited discussant

SESSION: Prosodic influence on change in sound patterns
C�cile Fougeron (CNRS-U Paris III), invited speaker
	(title to be announced)

Mariapaola D'Imperio, H�l�ne Loevenbruck, Caroline Menezes, No�l
Nguyen & Pauline Welby (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Aix-en-Provence
and Institut de la Communication Parl�e, Grenoble)
Are tones aligned with articulatory events? Evidence from Italian and

Gina Garding & Amalia Arvaniti (U California, San Diego)
Dialectal variation in the rising accents of American English

Laura Dilley (MIT and Harvard U)
Fundamental frequency extrema on weak syllables affect the relative
prominence of strong syllables

Kenneth de Jong (Indiana U), invited discussant

SESSION: Social factors in phonetic variation
Gerry Docherty (U Newcastle), invited speaker (title to be announced)

Jane Stuart-Smith (U Glasgow)
Empirical evidence for gendered speech production: /s/ in Glaswegian

Elliott Moreton & Erik Thomas (U North Carolina at Chapel Hill and
North Carolina State U)
Origins of Canadian Raising in Voiceless-Coda Effects: A Case Study in

Paul Warren, Jen Hay & Thomas Brynmor (Victoria U of Wellington and U
The loci of sound change effects in recognition and perception

Henrietta Jonas-Cedergren (U Qu�bec � Montr�al), invited discussant

SESSION: Mechanisms of sound change
Jonathan Harrington (Macquarie U), invited speaker (title to be

Susan G. Guion & Ratree P. Wayland (U Oregon and U Florida at
Aerodynamics of [r] in tonogenesis

John Hajek & Mary Stevens (U Melbourne)
Mechanisms of sound change in Romance: From gemination to degemination
in Italy

Carlos Gussenhoven (U Nijmegen)
A vowel height split explained: Compensatory listening and speaker

Elizabeth Hume (Ohio State U), invited discussant

SESSION: Phonological change through the interaction of L1-L2 in
bilinguals and language learners
James Flege (U Alabama), invited speaker
	(title to be announced)

Isabelle Darcy & Emmanuel Dupoux (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives
et Psycholinguistique, Paris)
Perceptual learning and plasticity in L2 learners: building a new
system for phonological processes

Mariko Yanagawa (Yale U)
Consonant Timing in L2 English: The Emergence of a Default Pattern

Ghada Khattab (U Newcastle)
Variation in vowel production by English-Arabic bilinguals

Norma Mendoza-Denton (University of Arizona) invited discussant

SESSION: Phonological models of variation in computer speech
Julia Hirschberg (Columbia U), invited speaker
	(title to be announced)

Robert Kirchner (U Alberta)			
Exemplar-based phonology and the time problem: a new representational

Hosung Nam (Yale U and Haskins Laboratory)
A Competitive, Coupled Oscillator Model of Moraic Structure

Carol Espy-Wilson (U Maryland), invited discussant

Bob McMurray & David Gow (U Rochester)
Tracking the timecourse of multiple context effects in assimilated

Benjamin Munson (U Minnesota)
Lexical Access and Hyperarticulation

Amanda Miller-Ockhuizen, Levi Namaseb & Khalil Iskarous (Cornell U, U
Namibia and Haskins Laboratory)
Posterior constriction location differences in Click types

Alice Turk & Mariko Sugahara (U Edinburgh)
Phonetic Reflexes of Morphological Boundaries Under Different Speech

The LabPhon 9 organizers gratefully acknowledge support for these
grants from the National Science Foundation. For additional
information about the conference, please visit our website at
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