Summer school: Cognitive and Physical Models of Speech Production, Speech Perception and Production-Perception Interaction

Veranstaltungsbeginn 27.09.2010, 09.00 Uhr
Veranstaltungsende 01.10.2010, 18.00 Uhr
Ort Berlin

After two successful editions in Lubmin (2004) and Autrans (2007), the 3rd International CPMSP2 Summer School on “Cognitive and Physical Models of Speech Production, Speech Perception and Production-Perception Interaction” was held in Berlin from the 27th of September to the 1st of October 2010.

The focus of this summer school was the planning of speech sequences and its interactions with dynamical properties of speech production and speech perception. It was organized around 9 tutorials addressing related issues from the linguistic, neurophysiologic, motor control, and perception perspectives.

Program

Monday, 27th September

Rachid Ridouane (Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie, Paris):
Phonological units underlying speech production: Acoustic or articulatory goals?

Pierre Hallé (Laboratoire de Psychologie Expérimentale, Boulogne-Billancourt):
Global and detailed speech representations in early language acquisition

Oral session 1 – Speech Acquisition and Learning
1.Krisztina Zajdo: Teaching vowel production to young children: Physical and cognitive changes reflected in speech sound production
2. Doug Whalen, Sara Giulivi, Hosung Nam, Andrea Levitt, Pierre Hallé & Louis Goldstein: Dynamical preferences in babbling and adult language
3. Aude Noiray & Lucie Ménard: Measures of lingual coarticulation in children

Oral session 2 – Phonetics
1. Bernd Pompino-Marschall & Marzena Zygis: On glottalization in German
2. Fayssal Bouarourou, Béatrice Vaxelaire, Fabrice Hirsch, Camille Fauth & Rudolph Sock: Gemination in Tarifit Berber: doing one or two things at once?

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Tuesday, 28th September

Noël Nguyen (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, Aix en Provence):
The dynamical approach to speech perception: From fine phonetic detail to abstract phonological categories

Oral session 3 – Interaction Production/Perception
1. Leonardo Lancia, Susanne Fuchs, Amélie Rochet-Capellan & Mariam Hartinger: Is there similar evidence for the labial-coronal effect in German as in French? A multivariate portrait
2. Jana Brunner, Phil Hoole, Frank Guenther & Joseph Perkell: Dependence of compensatory strategies on the shape of the vocal tract during speech perturbed with an artificial palate
3. Natalie Lewandoski: Decisive factors for the degree of phonetic convergence in native-nonnative conversations

Marianne Pouplier (Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung, München):
Gestural models of speech production planning

Poster session 1
1. Shanqing Cai, Satrajit Gosh, Joseph Perkell & Frank Guenther: The Role of Auditory Feedback in the Online Control of Multisyllabic Articulation
2. Fabrice Hirsch, Henri Dreyfus, Rudolph Sock, Camille Fauth, Fayssal Bouarourou & Marion Béchet: Blind people do hear anticipatory gestures earlier than unimpaired subjects
3. Anna Janska: Investigating the structure of the perceptual vowel space
4. Mark Scott & Henny Yeung: Smile to hear “ee” 
5. Catia Pinho: Acoustic and aerodynamic analysis of speech production by patients with unilateral vocal fold paralysis
6. Christian Geng, Christine Mooshammer & Hosung Nam: How targetless is Schwa in pretonic /C Schwa C/ sequences?
7. Nicole Neef, Martin Sommer, Walter Paulus, Alexander Wolff von Gudenberg, Torsten Wüstenberg: Instable Phoneme Categorization in Adults Who Stutter

Oral session 4 – Prosody & Timing
1. Anne Hermes, Martine Grice, Doris Mücke & Henrik Niemann: Gestural planning in Italian syllables
2. Henrik Niemann, Doris Mücke, Martine Grice, Hosung Nam & Anne Hermes: Intergestural coupling accounts for differences in tonal alignment
3. Piers Messum: The role of the dynamical properties of child speech breathing in planning the timing of speech

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Wednesday, 29th September

Linda Wheeldon (University of Birmingham):
Producing spoken sentences: The scope of incremental planning

Oral session 5 – Planning and anticipation
1. Ralf Winkler, Liang Ma & Pascal Perrier: A model of optimal speech production planning integrating dynamical constraints to achieve appropriate articulatory timing
2. Susanne Fuchs, Caterina Petrone & Jelena Krivokapic: Is the length of a sentence pre-planned? Evidence from breathing control, intraoral
pressure and f0

3. Rudolph Sock, Béatrice Vaxelaire, Fabrice Hirsch, Véronique Ferbach-Hecker, Johanna- Pascale Roy, Fayssal Bouarourou & Marion Béchet: Presenting the Anticipatory Perception based on Events (APE) hypothesis

Peter Dominey (Stem-cell and Brain Resarch Institute, Lyon):
Coordination of speech and action in human-robot cooperation

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Thursday, 30th September

Jelena Krivokapic (Yale University, New Haven):
Prosodic planning in speech production

Oral session 6 – Prosody 2
1. Anne Zimmer-Stahl: Speech timing and tonal alignment in non-fluent aphasia
2. Antonio Stella: Native language influences in focus intonation: analysis of tonal alignment in Italian and German productions of speakers from Lecce (South Italy)
3. Tim Röttger, Ulrike Domahs, Marion Grande & Frank Domahs: Structural factors affecting the assignment of word stress in German

Paul Cisek (University of Montréal):
Integrated neural mechanisms of decision-making and sensorimotor planning

Poster session 2
1. Maria Cantoni: On the production and perception of rhythmic patterns: an experimental study on Brazilian Portuguese lexical stress
2. Sandrine Clairet, Gilles Delmée, Véronique Delvaux, Kathy Huet, Myriam Piccaluga & Bernard Harmegnies: Learning new inter-gestural timing patterns: how does coproduction/coarticulation help Belgian French speakers to learn how to produce Southern French nasal vowels?
3. Alessandra Piatti: Prosodic planning and linguistic interference: a case in poetic metrics (Boris Pasternak and the Georgians)
4. Fabian Tomaschek & Ingo Hertrich: The behavioral processing of the quantity contrast of the vowel [a] in German by German native speakers
5. Frits van Brenk & Anja Lowit: Analyzing speech movement variability from audio recordings
6. Béatrice Vaxelaire, Camille Fauth, Fabrice Hirsch, Fayssal Bouarourou & Rudolph Sock: Anticipatory and sustained coupling of jaw and tongue gestures in VCV sequences: an x-ray study

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Friday, 1st October

Pascal Perrier (GIPSA Lab, Grenoble):
Gestures planning integrating dynamical constraints and related issues in speech motor control

Oral session 7 – Speech Production
1. Jana Brunner, Satrajit Ghosh, Phil Hoole, Melanie Matthies, Mark Tiede & Joseph Perkell: Relation between speaker auditory acuity and the use of motor equivalence in production of the sibilant /ʃ/ 
2. Mark Tiede: Head movement correlates with increased effort in an accelerating speech production task
3. Ian Howard & Piers Messum: Modelling unsupervised and caregiver tutored development of infant speech pronunciation