.phd.students

Shinae Kang, 2015, Relationship between perceptual accuracy and information measures: A cross-linguistic study. Now at Georgetown University.

Greg Finley, 2015, Accounting for the phonetic value of nonspeech sounds. Now at the University of Minnesota.

Emily Cibelli, 2015, Aspects of articulatory and perceptual learning in novel phoneme acquisition. Now at Northwestern University.

Clara Cohen, 2014, Incorporating Abstract and Usage-based Information: The Effect of Probability on the Production of Morphemes. Now at Penn State University. (co-advised with Susanne Gahl)

Melinda Fricke, 2013, Phonological encoding and phonetic duration. Now at Penn State University.

Reiko Kataoka, 2011, Phonetic and cognitive bases of sound change. Now at San Jose State University. (co-advised with John Ohala)

Yao Yao, 2011, The effects of phonological neighborhoods on pronunciation variation in conversational speech. Now at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. (co-advised with Susanne Gahl)

Charles Chang, 2010, First language phonetic drift during second language acquisition. Now at Boston University.

Shira Katseff, 2010, Linguistic constraints on compensation for altered auditory feedback,

Sam Tilsen, 2009, Hierarchical Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Speech Rhythm and Articulation. Now at Cornell University.

Molly Babel, 2009, Phonetic and Social Selectivity in Speech Accommodation. Now at Univ. of British Columbia.

Marc Ettlinger, 2008, Input-Driven Opacity. Now at Martinez, CA VA Hospital.

Christian Dicanio, 2008, The Phonetics and Phonology of San Martin Itunyoso Trique. Now at SUNY, Buffalo

Grant McGuire, 2007, Phonetic Category Learning. Now at Univ. Calif. Santa Cruz. (co-advised with Mary Beckman)

Tsan Huang, 2004, Language-specificity in auditory perception of Chinese tones. Now at SUNY, Buffalo.

Stephen Winters, 2003, Empirical investigations into the perceptual and articulatory origins of cross-linguistic asymmetries in place assimilation. Now at University of Calgary

Matthew Makashay, 2003, Individual differences in speech and non-speech perception of frequency and duration. Now at: Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Army Audiology & Speech Center

Kiyoko Yoneyama, 2002, Phonological neighborhoods and phonetic similarity in Japanese word recognition. Now at Daito Bunka University

Janice Fon, 2002, A Cross-Linguistic Study on Syntactic and Discourse Boundary Cues in Spontaneous Speech. Now at National Taiwan Normal University

Jennifer Vannest, 2001, Morphological Effects in Visual Word Processing: Their Timecourse and Consequences for Lexical Architecture. Now at University of Cincinatti.

Elizabeth Strand, 2000, Gender Stereotype Effects in Speech Processing. Now at: Nuance Communication.

Mariapaola D’Imperio, 2000, On Defining Tonal Targets from a Perception Perspective. (co-advised with Mary Beckman). Now at: Université de Provence, France

Rebecca Herman, 1998, Intonation and Discourse Structure in English: Phonological and Phonetic Markers of Local and Global Discourse Structure. (co-advised with Mary Beckman) Now at: DePaul University and Nuance Communication.

Erin Diehm, 1998, Gestures and Linguistic Function in Learning Russian: Production and Perception Studies of Russian Palatalized Consonants. (co-advised with Anelya Rugaleva) Now at: BBN.

Shu Hui Peng, 1996, Phonetic Implementation and Perception of Place Coarticulation and Tone Sandhi. (co-advised with Mary Beckman) Now at National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan