The Stanford Phonetics and Phonology Workshop (‘P-interest’) is a friendly forum for talks and paper discussions by members of the Stanford community and visiting researchers. We focus on issues related to descriptive, theoretical, experimental, and computational research in phonetics and phonology.
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Spring Quarter 2016 Schedule
April 8, 2016: Naomi Tachikawa Shapiro (Stanford) Finnish Compound Segmentation
April 29, 2016, Sag Room: Eunjin Oh (Ewha Woman's University) Further Progress in the VOT Merger of Lenis and Aspirated Stops in Seoul Korean as a Function of Gender: A Production and Perception Study
May 6, 2016: Grant McGuire (UC Santa Cruz) Social Expectations and Voice Gender Processing
May 20, 2016: Keith Johnson (UC Berkeley) Adventures in Phonetic Neuroscience
May 26, 2016: P-int night, 7pm, Rose and Crown
May 27, 2016: Keith Cross (Stanford) The Rhyme(r) Effect: An Investigation of Phonological Processing in Lyrical Improvisation Experts
June 3, 2016: Rob Podesva (Stanford)