LINGUIST List 9.749

Tue May 19 1998

Confs: Laboratory Phonology

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Message 1: LabPhon6 Registration and Schedule

Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 10:02:14 +0100 (BST)
From: LabPhon6 <>
Subject: LabPhon6 Registration and Schedule

Dear Colleagues,

 This message is a reminder that registration is still open for the
Sixth Conference on Laboratory Phonology at the University of York (UK) on
2nd-4th July, 1998. 

 For information on how to register, please see our web site

 Places are also still available for the conference banquet on Friday,
3rd July at the historic Assembly Rooms in the centre of the medieval city
of York. 

 If you have difficulty accessing the web site, or have any other query,
please do not hesitatate to e-mail us at


 Invited speakers

 Mary Beckman (Ohio State), John Harris (University College London)

 Terrance Nearey (University of Alberta), Francis Nolan (University of

 Oral Presentations

S. Hawkins & N. Nguyen:

Effects on word recognition of syllable-onset cues to syllable-coda voicing

J. Pierrehumbert, J. Hay & M. Beckman:

Speech Perception, Well-formedness and Lexical Frequency

R. Wright:

Factors of lexical competition in vowel articulation

B. Gick:

Articulatory correlates of ambisyllabicity in English glides and liquids

P. Carter:

Extrinsic Phonetic Interpretation: spectral variation in English liquids

K. de Jong:

Temporal Constraints and Characterizing Syllable Structuring

B. Zawaydeh:

The interaction of the phonetics and phonology of Gutturals

D. Silverman:

Pitch discrimination during breathy versus modal phonation

K. Hayward & J. Watkins:

The phonetic interpretation of register

K. Tajima & R.F. Port:

Speech rhythm in English and Japanese

J. Rodgers:

Segmental and suprasegmental influences on the realization of voicing in

M. D'Imperio & B Gili Fivela:

How many levels of phrasing? Evidence from two varieties of Italian

P.Keating, T. Cho, C. Fougeron & C. Hsu:

Domain-initial articulatory strengthening in four languages

D.R. Ladd & J. Scobbie:

Postlexical phonology does not reduce to phonetics: The case of Sardinian
external sandhi


 * Registration on campus from Wednesday lunchtime
 * Conference begins Thursday morning
 * Wine reception Thursday evening
 * Programme continues Friday (poster session in afternoon)
 * Conference Banquet Friday evening
 * Programme continues Saturday morning
 * Programme concludes with Saturday lunch

Best wishes,

The organising committee

Department of Language and Linguistic Science
University of York
York YO1 5DD


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