The list of accepted abstracts contains those accepted for a special session "Sound systems in contact".

The programme (to appear soon) will have two parallel sessions each day

 

Author

Title

1

Alanazi, Sami

Correspondence between perception & production of L2 stops.

2

Anderson, Cormac

Melodic domains in Central Chadic and Turkic: reappraising the work of the

London and Moscow Schools

3

Ball, Martin J. and

Müller, Nicole

Is there Phonology without Meaning?

4

Ball, Martin J. and

Müller, Nicole

The Phonemic Status of the Rhotics in Modern Standard Welsh

5

Bark, Jieun

Space matters: using word boundaries in Korean

6

Ben Abda, Imen

The Production of English Prosody by Native Speakers of Tunisian Arabic.

7

Brescancini, Cláudia Regina and Mileski, Ivanete

The Variable Raising of Mid Vowel in Brazilian Portuguese:

the case of a Polish-Italian descendant community

8

Broś, Karolina

Further sound change in Spanish – postvocalic voicing in Gran Canaria

9

Bryła-Cruz, Agnieszka

Phonetic features relevant for intelligibility and comprehensibility of Polish-accented English to native speakers – experimental data.

10

Buczek-Zawiła, Anita

When usage feeds L1 and L2 phonology: changing patterns in the native and non-native prosody of Polish emigré speakers.

11

Chiu, Faith

A dichotic listening study

Of Cypriot Greek initial consonant clusters

12

Chiu, Faith

Evidence for syllable structure and autosegmental constituency

in the phonology-speech perception “interface”

13

Czaplicki, Bartłomiej

The phonetic basis of phonological representations and morphological patterns

14

Das, Kalyan and

Mahanta, Shakuntala

Focus marking and Pitch Register modification in Boro

 

15

Domahs, Ulrike,

Mołczanow, Janina,

Wiese, Richard and

Iskra, Ekaterina

Lexical stress in Russian stem classes: evidence from acquired surface dyslexia

16

Enguehard, Guillaume

The realizations of stress: typology and representation

17

Gonet, Wiktor

English sonorant devoicing and aspiration of plosives in the pedagogical context.

18

Gralińska-Brawata, Anna

Do they reduce? Vowel reduction patterns in native and non-native speech of Polish learners of English.

19

Guz, Ewa

Pause patterns in L1 and L2 speech.

20

Jacobs, Haike

What phonetics tells phonology: Degemination, ambisyllabicity and the duration of Dutch intervocalic consonants

21

Kazmierski, Kamil

The reduction of intervocalic /w/ in Polish

22

Köhnlein, Björn

The influence of laryngeal features on prosodic contrasts

23

Matsui, Mayuki

Phonological symmetry but phonetic asymmetry:

An acoustic study of voicing contrast in stops and fricatives in Russian

24

Meyer, Julien and

Ridouane, Rachid

Whistled Moroccan Tamazight at the interface between phonetics and phonology

 

25

Neasom, Nicolas

Are synchronic chain shifts ever more than epiphenomena?

26

Newell, Heather

Implications of “Multi-Stratal” Affixes

27

Padareva-Ilieva, Gergana

Changing the Boundary Tone Pattern – Changing the Meaning in Echo (non-Wh) Questions in Bulgarian

28

Passino, Diana

Phonetics/phonology mismatches in Italian and Italo-Romance geminates.

29

Piukovics, Ágnes; Balogné Bérces, Katalin

Phonetic, Phonology and the IPA in the EFL classroom.

30

Radomski, Marek; Sydorenko, Kateryna

Repair strategies in online adaptation of Polish and Ukrainian word-initial CC consonant clusters by native speakers of English.

31

Rojczyk, Arkadiusz; Porzuczek, Andrzej

Discrimination of English tone contours by Polish learners

32

Rojczyk, Arkadiusz; Porzuczek, Andrzej

Acoustic properties of fricative and affricate geminates in Polish

33

Santos, Raquel

Stress shift across empty categories in Brazilian Portuguese: Experimental results

34

Schmeiser, Benjamin

On Bilabial Lenition from Late Latin to Modern Spanish

35

Schubö, Fabian

The impact of givenness on Intonation Phrase formation in German

36

Schwartz, Geoff

A new laryngeal realism

37

Schwartz, Geoff

Representing non-neutralization in Polish sandhi-voicing

38

Sobol, Helena

The representation of the Proto-Germanic back glide: Evidence from Verschärfung

39

Steinbrich, Piotr

Converging with what? On phonetic accommodation in the FL classroom

40

Szigetvari, Peter

No diphthong, no problem

41

Szpyra-Kozłowska Jolanta, Radomski Marek

Perception versus spelling in loanword adaptation from English into Polish.
The case of /æ/ and /ɪ/.

42

Szpyra-Kozłowska, Jolanta; Stasiak, Sławomir

Verifying a holistic multimodal approach to pronunciation training

of intermediate Polish learners of English.

43

Taylor-Raebel, Gary and Turton, Danielle

The short-/æ/ split in Southern British English

44

Watabe, Naoya

Russian Vowel Alternations: Lexical Faithfulness and Phonological Markedness

45

Luo, Xiaoliang

Template: the interface of morphology and phono(tono)logy in Mandarin Chinese

46

Zając, Magdalena

Phonetic convergence in the speech of Polish learners of English.

47

Święciński Radosław and Lorenc Anita

An articulographic analysis of the retroflex character of Polish post-alveolar sibilants.