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30.09.2022

Sardhaei, Nasim Mahdinazhad, Marzena Żygis & Hamid Sharifzadeh. 2022. How do our eyebrows respond to masks and whispering? The case of Persian. Proceedings of Interspeech 2022, 2023-2027.

Pouw, Wim & Susanne Fuchs. 2022. Origins of vocal-entangled gesture. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 141, Art. 104836.

Paschen, Ludger, Susanne Fuchs & Frank Seifart. 2022. Final Lengthening and vowel length in 25 languages. Journal of Phonetics (94), Art. 101179, pp. 1-22.

Abakarova, Dzhuma, Susanne Fuchs & Aude Noiray. 2022. Developmental Changes in Coarticulation Degree Relate to Differences in Articulatory Patterns: An Empirically Grounded Modeling Approach. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, pp. 1-24.

Yatsushiro, Kazuko, Tue Trinh, Marzena Żygis, Stephanie Solt, Anton Benz & Manfred Krifka. 2022. Certainly but not certain: The expression of subjective and objective probability. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 7(1), 1-48.

Rathcke, Tamara & Susanne Fuchs. 2022. Laugh is in the air: An exploratory analysis of laughter during speed dating. Frontiers in Communication 7:909913, pp. 1-16.

Lüdeling, Anke, Artemis Alexiadou, … Natalia Gagarina, ... Stefanie Jannedy, ... Manfred Krifka, ... Thomas McFadden, ... Uli Sauerland, Stephanie Solt et al.. 2022. Register: Language Users’ Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation — Frame text of the First Phase Proposal for the CRC 1412. Register Aspects of Language in Situation (REALIS) 1(1), pp. 1-58.

Seifart, Frank, Ludger Paschen & Matthew Stave (eds.). 2022. Language Documentation Reference Corpus (DoReCo) 1.1. Berlin & Lyon: Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft & laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage (UMR5596, CNRS & Université Lyon 2).

Ćwiek, Aleksandra. 2022. Iconicity in Language and Speech. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät.

Howson, Phil J., Scott Moisik & Marzena Żygis. 2022. Lateral vocalization in Brazilian Portuguese. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 152(1), 281-294.

Fuchs, Susanne & Aleksandra Ćwiek. 2022. Sounds full of meaning and the evolution of language. Acoustics Today 18(2), 43-51.

Jannedy, Stefanie. 2022. Plappern für die Wissenschaft – Eine App gegen die Datenlücke.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2020/2021 : ZAS ; Impressionen, 115-126.

Duran, Daniel & Ronald Böck. 2022. Analysis of Phonetic/Prosodic Features in Interaction Stages. Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 2022: Tagungsband der 33. Konferenz Sonderborg, 2.-4. März 2022. Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation 103, 67-73.

Fuchs, Susanne, Laura L. Koenig & Annette Gerstenberg. 2021. A Longitudinal Study of Speech Acoustics in Older French Females: Analysis of the Filler Particle euh across Utterance Positions. In Hermes, Anne, Antje Mefferd & Tabea Thies (eds.), Languages 6(4), Article 211, pp. 1-24.

Rummel, Susanne, Katharina Nimz & Stefanie Jannedy. 2021. Vokale im Kiezdeutschen: Eine phonetische Analyse der Vokalquantität und -qualität. Linguistische Treffen in Wrocław 20(II), 365-385.

Offrede, Tom, Susanne Fuchs & Christine Mooshammer. 2021. Multi-speaker experimental designs: Methodological considerations. Language and Linguistics Compass, e12443, pp. 1-24.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra, Susanne Fuchs, Christoph Draxler, Eva Liina Asu, Dan Dediu, ..., Manfred Krifka, et al.. 2021. The bouba/kiki effect is robust across cultures and writing systems. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B 377, 20200390, pp. 1-13.

Paschen, Ludger. 2021. Trigger poverty and reduplicative identity in Lakota. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.

Fuchs, Susanne & Ludger Paschen. 2021. (Non)conventional aspects of language and their relation to general linguistics. Theoretical Linguistics 47(1-2), 75-84.

Weston, Heather, Laura L. Koenig & Susanne Fuchs. 2021. Changes in glottal source parameter values with light to moderate physical load. Proceedings of Interspeech 2021, 3350-3354.

Werner, Raphael, Susanne Fuchs, Jürgen Trouvain & Bernd Möbius. 2021. Inhalations in speech: acoustic and physiological characteristics. Proceedings of Interspeech 2021, 3186-3190.

Serré, Hélène, Marion Dohen, Susanne Fuchs, Silvain Gerber & Amélie Rochet-Capellan. 2021. Speech breathing: variable but individual over time and according to limb movements. Annals of the New York Academy of Science.

Stoltmann, Katarzyna. 2021. Where is the bottle? Cross-linguistic study on side assignment to objects and interpretation of static spatial relations by German, Polish, Italian and English native speakers. Berlin: Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Serre, Hélène, Marion Dohen, Susanne Fuchs & Amélie Rochet-Capellan. 2021. Speaking while moving: Does the head compensate for the hands not being able to move?. Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production, 226-229.

Werner, Raphael, Jürgen Trouvain, Susanne Fuchs & Bernd Möbius. 2021. Exploring the presence and absence of inhalation noises when speaking and when listening. Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production, 214-217.

Zoellner, Alina, Christine Mooshammer, Oksana Rasskazova & Susanne Fuchs. 2021. Breathing affects reaction time in simple and delayed naming tasks. Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production, 218-221.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra & Susanne Fuchs. 2021. Hand-Mouth Coordination in a Pointing Task Requiring Manual Precision. Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production, 222-225.

Weston, Heather, Susanne Fuchs & Amelie Rochet-Capellan. 2021. Speech during light and moderate physical activity: Effect on f0 and vocal intensity. Proceedings of the 12th International Seminar on Speech Production, 246-249.

Brandt, Erika, Bernd Möbius & Bistra Andreeva. 2021. Dynamic formant trajectories in German read speech: Impact of predictability and prominence. Frontiers in Communication.

Bros, Karolina, Marzena Żygis, Adam Sikorski & Jan Wollejko. 2021. Phonological contrasts and gradient effects in ongoing lenition in the Spanish of Gran Canaria. Phonology 38, 1-40.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra, Susanne Fuchs, Christoph Draxler, Eva Liina Asu, Dan Dediu, ..., Manfred Krifka, et al.. 2021. Novel vocalizations are understood across cultures. Scientific Reports.

Swets, Benjamin, Susanne Fuchs, Jelena Krivokapic & Caterina Petrone. 2021. A cross-linguistic study of individual differences in speech planning. Frontiers in Psychology.

Stave, Matthew, Ludger Paschen, François Pellegrino & Frank Seifart. 2021. Optimization of morpheme length: a cross-linguistic assessment of Zipf’s and Menzerath’s laws. In Levshina, Natalia & Steven Moran (eds.), Linguistics Vanguard 7(s3). Efficiency in human languages: corpus evidence for universal principles, Article 20190076.

Koenig, Laura L. & Susanne Fuchs. 2021. Assessing vowel effects on voice quality, and voice quality effects on the respiratory system. JASA Express-Letter.

Fuchs, Susanne & Amelie Rochet-Capellan. 2021. The Respiratory Foundations of Spoken Language. Annual Review of Linguistics 7(1), 13-30.

Blaszczak, Joanna, Marzena Żygis & Bettina Beinhoff. 2020. What influences our attitudes? A survey study on attitudes of Polish university students towards German people. Studia Linguistica 39, 27-55.

Weirich, Melanie, Stefanie Jannedy & Gediminas Schüppenhauer. 2020. The Social Meaning of Contextualized Fricative Alternations in Berlin German. Frontiers in Psychology, Article 566174.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra. 2020. Interview mit unserer Doktorandin Aleksandra Ćwiek.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2019 : ZAS, 79-80.

Stoltmann, Katarzyna, Susanne Fuchs & Manfred Krifka. 2020. Cross-Linguistic Differences in Side Assignment to Objects and Interpretation of Spatial Relations: Right and Left in German and Italian. Spatial Cognition XII: 12th International Conference, Spatial Cognition 2020, Riga, Latvia, August 26–28, 2020, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 12162, 235-250.

Mooshammer, Christine, Oksana Rasskazova, Alina Zöllner & Susanne Fuchs. 2020. Effect of breathing on reaction time in a simple naming experiment: Evidence from a pilot experiment. Proceedings of the 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech – Pausing, Breathing and Voice, 38-40.

Flögel, Mareike, Susanne Fuchs & Christian A. Kell. 2020. Differential contributions of the two cerebral hemispheres to temporal and spectral speech feedback control. Nature Communications, Article number: 2839.

Paschen, Ludger, François Delafontaine, Christoph Draxler, Susanne Fuchs, Matthew Stave & Frank Seifart. 2020. Building a Time-Aligned Cross-Linguistic Reference Corpus from Language Documentation Data (DoReCo). Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC-2020), 2657–2666.

Thiele, Christian, Christine Mooshammer, Malte Belz, Oxana Rasskazova & Peter Birkholz. 2020. An experimental study of tongue body loops in V1-V2-V1 sequences. Journal of Phonetics 80, Article 100965.

Fuchs, Susanne, Annette Gerstenberg & Laura L. Koenig. 2020. Changes in phonetic detail as a matter of discourse and aging: Evidence from a longitudinal study on French. Book of Abstracts: 2nd Workshop on Speech Perception and Production across the Lifespan (SPPL2020), 6-8.

Serré, Hélène, Marion Dohen, Susanne Fuchs, Silvain Gerber & Amélie Rochet-Capellan. 2020. Speech and breathing in different conditions of limb movements and over time. Proceedings of the 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech – Pausing, Breathing and Voice, 100-102.

Żygis, Marzena, Zofia Malisz, Marek Jaskula & Ireneusz Kojder. 2019. The involvement of the cerebellum in speech and non-speech motor timing tasks. A behavioural study of patients with cerebellar dysfunctions. In Wrembel, Magdalena, Agnieszka Kiełkiewicz-Janowiak & Piotr Gąsiorowski (eds.). Approaches to the Study of Sound Structure and Speech, 227-234. New York: Routledge.

Jannedy, Stefanie, Norma Mendoza-Denton & Melanie Weirich. 2019. Social capital and the production and perception of fine phonetic detail in Berlin. In Heyd, Theresa, Ferdinand von Mengden & Britta Schneider (eds.). The Sociolinguistic Economy of Berlin. Language and Social Life [LSL] 17, 125-144. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Fuchs, Susanne, Joanne Cleland & Amelie Rochet-Capellan (eds.). 2019. Speech production and perception: Learning and memory. Speech production and perception 6. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne, Joanne Cleland & Amélie Rochet-Capellan. 2019. Preface [Speech Production and Perception: Learning and memory]. In Fuchs, Susanne, Joanne Cleland & Amélie Rochet-Capellan (eds.). Speech Production and Perception: Learning and memory. Speech production and perception 6, 7-11. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Żygis, Marzena. 2019. On whispered speech and its social functions.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2018 : ZAS ; Impressionen, 47-53.

Rasskazova, Oksana. 2019. Interview mit unserer Doktorandin Oksana Rasskazova.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2018 : ZAS, 78-79.

Rasskazova, Oksana, Christine Mooshammer & Susanne Fuchs. 2019. Temporal coordination of articulatory and respiratory events prior to speech initiation. Proceedings of Interspeech 2019, 884-888.

Wagner, Petra, Aleksandra Ćwiek & Barbara Samlowski. 2019. Exploiting the speech-gesture link to capture fine-grained prominence impressions and listening strategies. Journal of Phonetics. Special Issue: Integrating phonetics and phonology in the study of linguistic prominence, Article 100911.

Fuchs, Susanne. 2019. Vocal tract variations affect vowel sounds. Nature Human Behaviour 3, 1043–1044.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra & Susanne Fuchs. 2019. Iconic Prosody Is Rooted in Sensori-Motor Properties: Fundamental Frequency and the Vertical Space. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 1572-1578.

Ünal-Logacev, Özlem, Marzena Żygis & Susanne Fuchs. 2019. Phonetics and phonology of soft ‘g’ in Turkish. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 183-206.

Żygis, Marzena & Susanne Fuchs. 2019. How prosody, speech mode and speaker visibility influence lip aperture. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, 230-234.

Żygis, Marzena, John Michael Tomlinson, Caterina Petrone & Dominik Pfütze. 2019. Acoustic cues of prosodic phrase boundaries in German at different speech rates. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, 999-1003.

Żygis, Marzena, Marek Jaskula, Daniel Pape & Laura Koenig. 2019. The dynamics of Polish sibilant production in the process of language acquistion. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, 1510-1514.

Paschen, Ludger. 2019. Some remarks on the four-way phonation contrast in Bzhedugh Adyghe. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, 2075-2079.

Heggarty, Paul, Ludger Paschen & Cormac Anderson. 2019. Sound Comparisons: A New Online Database and Resource for Research in Phonetic Diversity. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, 280-284.

Krynicki, Grzegorz, Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Jaroslaw Weckwerth, Grzegorz Michalski, ..., Marzena Żygis et al.. 2019. Automatic English phoneme recognition from articulatory data generated by EPG systems with grid and anatomic layout of contact sensors. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 492-496.

Fuchs, Susanne & Peter Birkholz. 2019. Phonetics of consonants. In Whalen, Doug (ed.). Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics, e-410. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hamlaoui, Fatima, Marzena Żygis, Jonas Engelmann & Michael Wagner. 2019. Acoustic Correlates of Focus Marking in Czech and Polish. Language and Speech 62(2), 358-377.

Koenig, Laura L. & Fuchs, Susanne. 2019. Vowel Formants in Normal and Loud Speech. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 62(5), 1278-1295.

Paschen, Ludger. 2019. On clicks in Russian everyday communication. In Thielemann, Nadine & Nicole Richter (eds.). Urban Voices: The Sociolinguistics, Grammar and Pragmatics of Spoken Russian, 237-257. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne, Laura L. Koenig & Caterina Petrone. 2019. Exploring the source of short-term variations in respiratory data. JASA Express Letter 145(1), EL66-EL71.

Fuchs, Susanne, Egor Savin, Stephanie Solt, Cornelia Ebert & Manfred Krifka. 2019. Antonym adjective pairs and prosodic iconicity: evidence from letter replications in an English blogger corpus. Linguistics Vanguard 5(1), Article 20180017.

Ünal-Logacev, Özlem, Susanne Fuchs & Leonardo Lancia. 2018. A multimodal approach to the voicing contrast in Turkish: Evidence from simultaneous measures of acoustics, intraoral pressure and tongue palatal contacts. In Cho, Taehong, Gerry Docherty & Doug Whalen (eds.), Journal of Phonetics 71. Special Issue: Marking 50 Years of Research on Voice Onset Time, 395-409.

Żygis, Marzena, Marek Jaskula & Laura Koening. 2018. Children’s perception of their own speech. Popular version of the  paper 5aSC3, “Do children understand adults better or themselves? A perceptual study of Polish /s, ʂ, ɕ/” prepared for the press room.

Fuchs, Susanne & Tamara Rathcke. 2018. Laugh is in the air? Physiological analysis of laughter as a correlate of attraction during speed dating. Proceedings of Laughter Workshop 2018, 21-24.

Blaszczak, Joanna & Marzena Żygis. 2018. Nicht perfekt, aber glücklich. Aus dem Sprachleben deutsch-polnischer Schüler in Berlin. In Hufeisen, Britta, Dagmar Knorr, Peter Rosenberg, Christoph Schröder, Aldona Sopata & Tomasz Wicherkiewicz (eds.). Sprachbildung und Sprachkontakt im deutsch-polnischen Kontext. Forum Angewandte Linguistik – F.A.L. 62, 19-44. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Peterse, Yorick, Jana Lasser, Giulia Caglio, Katarzyna Stoltmann, Dagmara Rusiecka & Martin Schmidt. 2018. Addressing the mental health crisis among doctoral researchers, part II. PLOS ECR (Early Career Researcher) Community Blog.

Fuchs, Susanne, Stefanie Jannedy & André Meinunger. 2018. Digitale soziale Medien und der Sprachwandel im Licht von Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2017 : ZAS ; Reflexionen, 11-17.

Peterse, Yorick, Jana Lasser, Giulia Caglio, Katarzyna Stoltmann, Dagmara Rusiecka & Martin Schmidt. 2018. Addressing the mental health crisis among doctoral researchers, part I. PLOS ECR (Early Career Researcher) Community Blog [Crosspost: Elephant in the Lab, 04.09.2018].

Stoltmann, Katarzyna, Susanne Fuchs & Manfred Krifka. 2018. The Influence of Animacy and Spatial Relation Complexity on the Choice of Frame of Reference in German. In Creem-Regehr, Sarah, Johannes Schöning & Alexander Klippel (eds.). Spatial Cognition XI. 11th International Conference, Spatial Cognition 2018, Tübingen, Germany, September 5-8, 2018, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence ; 11034, 119-133. Cham: Springer.

Gerstenberg, Annette, Susanne Fuchs, Julie Marie Kairet, Johannes Schröder & Claudia Frankenberg. 2018. A cross-linguistic, longitudinal case study of pauses and interpausal units in spontaneous speech corpora of older speakers of German and French. Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 211-215.

Malisz, Zofia & Marzena Żygis. 2018. Lexical stress in Polish: evidence from focus and phrase-position differentiated production data. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 1008-1012. Poznan: Adam Mickiewicz University.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra & Petra Wagner. 2018. The Acoustic Realization of Prosodic Prominence in Polish: Word-level Stress and Phrase-level Accent. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018, 922-926.

Rasskazova, Oksana, Christine Mooshammer & Susanne Fuchs. 2018. Articulatory Settings during Inter-Speech Pauses. Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 13), 161-164.

Fuchs, Susanne, Egor Savin, Uwe D. Reichel, Cornelia Ebert & Manfred Krifka. 2018. Letter Replication as Prosodic Amplification in Social Media. Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 13), 65-68.

Belz, Malte, Christine Mooshammer, Susanne Fuchs, Stefanie Jannedy, Oksana Rasskazova & Marzena Żygis (eds.). 2018. Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 13). Berlin: HU, ZAS.

Kraska-Szlenk, Iwona, Marzena Żygis & Marek Jaskuɫa. 2018. Acoustic study of ł-vocalisation in Polish. In Czaplicki, Bartłomiej, Beata Łukaszewicz & Monika Opalińska (eds.). Phonology, Fieldwork and Generalizations, 239-258. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Pompino-Marschall, Bernd, Elena Steriopolo & Marzena Żygis. 2017. Ukrainian. Illustrations of the IPA. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 47(3), 1-9.

Fuchs, Susanne. 2017. Changes and challenges in explaining speech variation: A brief review. In Bertini, Chiara, Chiara Celata, Giovanna Lenoci, Chiara Meluzzi & Irene Ricci (eds.). Fattori sociali e biologici nella variazione fonetica - Social and biological factors in speech variation. Studi AISV 3, 27-42. Milano: Officinaventuno.

Stoltmann, Katarzyna & Susanne Fuchs. 2017. The influence of handedness and pointing direction on deictic gestures and speech interaction: Evidence from motion capture data on Polish counting-out rhymes. In Ouni, Slim, Chris Davis, Alexandra Jesse & Jonas Beskow (eds.). Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Audio-Visual Speech Processing (AVSP2017). S1 – Gaze and Handedness, D1.S1.4 (5 Seiten). Stockholm: KTH.

Quiroz, Sergio I. & Marzena Żygis. 2017. The vocative chant and beyond: German calling melodies under routine and urgent contexts. Proceedings of Interspeech 2017, 1208-1212.

Stoltmann, Katarzyna & Susanne Fuchs. 2017. Syllable-pointing gesture coordination in Polish counting out rhymes : The effect of speech rate. In Bonacchi, Silvia, Maciej Karpiński, Anna Jelec, Małgorzata Fabiszak & Konrad Juszczyk (eds.), Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies 4(1-2). Special issue: Gesture and Speech in interaction, 63-68.

Żygis, Marzena, Susanne Fuchs & Katarzyna Stoltmann. 2017. Orofacial expressions in German questions and statements in voiced and whispered speech. In Bonacchi, Silvia & Maciej Karpiński (eds.). Journal of Multimodal Communication Studies 4(1-2). Special issue: Gesture and Speech in interaction, 87-92. Posen & Warschau: Adam Mickiewicz Universität Posen & Universität Warschau.

Jannedy, Stefanie & Melanie Weirich. 2017. Spectral moments vs discrete cosine transformation coefficients: Evaluation of acoustic measures distinguishing two merging German fricatives. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142(1), 395-405.

Fuchs, Susanne, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone & Pascal Perrier (eds.). 2017. Individual differences in speech production and perception [Open-Access-Ausgabe]. Speech production and perception 3. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Żygis, Marzena, Daniel Pape, Laura L. Koenig, Marek Jaskula & Luis M. T. Jesus. 2017. Segmental cues to intonation of statements and polar questions in whispered, semi-whispered and normal speech modes. Journal of Phonetics 63, 53-71.

Ćwiek, Aleksandra, Marcin Włodarczak, Mattias Heldner & Petra Wagner. 2017. Acoustics and discourse function of two types of breathing signals. In Abrahamsen, Jardar E., Jacques Koreman & Win van Dommelen (eds.). Nordic Prosody. Proceedings of the XIIth Conference, Trondheim 2016, 83-92. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Petrone, Caterina, Susanne Fuchs & Laura L. Koenig. 2017. Relations among subglottal pressure, breathing, and acoustic parameters of sentence-level prominence in German. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141(3), 1715-1725.

Arvaniti, Amalia, Marzena Żygis & Marek Jaskula. 2017. The phonetics and phonology of the Polish calling melodies. In Żygis, Marzena & Zofia Malisz (eds.). Special Issue of Phonetica 73(3-4), 338-361. Basel: Karger.

Malisz, Zofia & Marzena Zygis. 2017. Introduction to Special Issue: Slavic Perspectives on Prosody. Special Issue of Phonetica (Slavic Prosody ; Interfaces in Slavic Prosody) 73(3-4), 155-162. Basel: Karger.

Zygis, Marzena & Zofia Malisz (eds.). 2017. Slavic Perspectives on Prosody. Special Issue of Phonetica (Slavic Prosody ; Interfaces in Slavic Prosody) 73(3-4). Basel: Karger.

Kell, Christian A., Maritza Darquea, Marion Behrens, Lorenzo Cordani, Christian Keller & Susanne Fuchs. 2017. Phonetic detail and lateralization of reading-related inner speech and of auditory and somatosensory feedback processing during overt reading. Human Brain Mapping 38(1), 493-508.

Fuchs, Susanne, Joanne Cleland, Amelie Rochet-Capellan & Olivia Maky (eds.). 2017. Proceedings of the winter school on Speech production and perception: Learning and memory. Berlin: HU.

Rasskazova, Oxana, Malte Belz, Christine Mooshammer & Jelena Krivokapić. 2017. Acoustic and articulatory manifestations of final lengthening and voicing contrasts for German learners of English as a second language. In Draxler, Christoph & Felicitas Kleber (eds.). Tagungsband der 12. Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum, 158-161.

Fuchs, Susanne & Jelena Krivokapic. 2016. Prosodic boundaries in writing: Evidence from a keystroke analysis. Frontiers in Psychology 7, Article 1678.

Fuchs, Susanne & Uwe D. Reichel. 2016. On the relationship between pointing gestures and speech production in German counting out rhymes: Evidence from motion capture data and speech acoustics. In Draxler, Christoph & Felicitas Kleber (eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 12), 50-53. München: LMU.

Jannedy, Stefanie & Melanie Weirich. 2016. The acoustics of fricative contrasts in two German dialects. In Draxler, Christoph & Felicitas Kleber (eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries (P&P 12), 70-73. München: LMU.

Fuchs, Susanne & Leonardo Lancia. 2016. Seeing speech production through the window of complex interactions: Introduction to supplement containing selected papers from the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP) in Cologne. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 59, 1555-1557.

Findeis, Hagen, Stefanie Jannedy & Dirk Naguschewski (eds.). 2016. Tagungsbericht Urban fragmentation(s) - Borders and Identity III (BIC).
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2015 : ZAS, 50-63.

Czaplicki, Bartlłomiej, Marzena Żygis, Daniel Pape & Luis M.T. Jesus . 2016. Acoustic evidence of new sibilants in the production of young Polish women. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 52(1), 1-42.

Czaplicki, Bartlłomiej, Marzena Żygis, Daniel Pape & Luis M.T. Jesus. 2016. Analiza akustyczna i sociolingwistyczna nowych sybilantów w wymowie młodych Polek. Poradnik Językowy [The Linguistic Guide] 7, 38-53.

Kügler, Frank, Bernadett Smolibocki, Denis Arnold, Bettina Braun, Stefan Baumann, Martine Grice, …, Stefanie Jannedy et al.. 2016. Dima - Annotation Guidelines for German Intonation. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, o.S..

Weirich, Melanie, Susanne Fuchs, Adrian Simpson, Ralf Winkler & Pascal Perrier. 2016. Mumbling: macho or morphology?. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 59, 1587-1595.

Fuchs, Susanne, Uwe D. Reichel & Amélie Rochet-Capellan. 2016. F0 declination and speech planning in face to face dialogues. In Jokisch, Oliver (ed.). Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation 81, 145-152. Dresden: TUDpress.

Fuchs, Susanne. 2015. Review of the book: Articulatory Phonetics by Bryan Gick, Ian Wilson & Donald Derrick. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 45(3), 311-313.

Fuchs, Susanne, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone & Pascal Perrier (eds.). 2015. Individual differences in speech production and perception. Speech production and perception 3. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone & Pascal Perrier. 2015. Preface [Individual differences in speech production and perception]. In Fuchs, Susanne, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone & Pascal Perrier (eds.). Individual differences in speech production and perception. Speech Production and Perception 3, 7-10. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne et al.. 2015. Assessing respiratory contributions to f0 declination in German across varying speech tasks and respiratory demands. Journal of Phonetics 52, 35-45.

Koenig, Laura L. & Susanne Fuchs. 2015. Acoustic effects of loud speech and interrelationships among measures. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 424. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Fuchs, Susanne, Uwe D. Reichel & Amelie Rochet-Capellan. 2015. Changes in speech and breathing rate while speaking and biking. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 1005. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Ünal-Logacev, Ozlem & Susanne Fuchs. 2015. Voicing contrast in Turkish: Simultaneous measurements of acoustics, EPG, and intraoral pressure. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 861. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Jannedy, Stefanie, Melanie Weirich & Louisa Helmeke. 2015. Acoustic analyses of differences in [ç] and [ʃ] productions in Hood German. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 328. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Arvaniti, Amalia, Marzena Zygis & Marek Jaskula. 2015. The phonetics and phonology of Polish vocative chant. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 297. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

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Rochet-Capellan, Amelie & Susanne Fuchs. 2014. Take a breath and take the turn: how breathing meets turns in spontaneous dialogue. In Smith, Rachel, Tamara Rathcke, Fred Cummins, Katie Overy & Sophie Scott (eds.). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 (1658), Article 20130399. London: The Royal Society.

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Lancia, Leonardo, Susanne Fuchs & Mark Tiede. 2014. Application of concepts from Cross-Recurrence Analysis in speech production: An overview and comparison with other nonlinear methods. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 57, 718-733.

Żygis, Marzena, Daniel Pape, Luis M.T. Jesus & Marek Jaskuła. 2014. Intended intonation of statements and polar questions in Polish in whispered, semi-whispered and normal speech modes. Proceedings of 7th Speech Prosody Conference, 678-682.

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Żygis, Marzena, Daniel Pape, Luis M.T. Jesus & Marek Jaskuła. 2014. How do voiceless fricatives contribute to intended intonation? A comparison of whispered speech, semi-whispered and normal speech. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, 472-475.

Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Grice, Anne Hermes, Leonardo Lancia & Doris Mücke (eds.). 2014. Proceedings of the 10th International Speech Production Seminar. Köln: Universität Köln.

Petrone, Caterina, Susanne Fuchs & Laura L. Koenig. 2014. Changes in breathing activity under different focus conditions. In Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Grice, Anne Hermes, Leonardo Lancia & Doris Mücke (eds.). Proceedings of the 10th International Speech Production Seminar, 324-327. Köln: Universität Köln.

Ünal-Logacev, Özlem, Susanne Fuchs & Marzena Zygis. 2014. Soft 'g' in Turkish. Evidence for sound change in progress. In Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Grice, Anne Hermes, Leonardo Lancia & Doris Mücke (eds.). Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), 437-440. Köln: Universität Köln.

Weirich, Melanie, Adrian Simpson, Susanne Fuchs, Ralf Winkler & Pascal Perrier. 2014. Mumbling is morphology?. In Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Grice, Anne Hermes, Leonardo Lancia & Doris Mücke (eds.). Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), 453-456. Köln: Universität Köln.

Jannedy, Stefanie & Melanie Weirich. 2014. Linguistic Influences on Diphthong Realization of /oy/ in Hood German. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), 218-221. Köln: Universität Köln.

Jannedy, Stefanie & Melanie Weirich. 2014. Sound change in an urban setting: Category instability of the palatal fricative in Berlin. Journal of Laboratory Phonology 5(1), 91-122.

Blaszczak, Joanna & Marzena Zygis. 2014. Bin ich Deutscher oder Pole? Eine Studie über nationale Identität der deutsch-polnischen Kinder und Jugendlichen in Berlin. Polnisch in Deutschland. Zeitschrift der Bundesvereinigung der Polnischlehrkräfte 2, 35-50.

Fuchs, Susanne, Caterina Petrone, Jelena Krivokapic & Philip Hoole. 2013. Acoustic and respiratory evidence for utterance planning in German. Journal of Phonetics 41, 29-47.

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Fuchs, Susanne & Blake Rodgers. 2013. Negative intraoral pressure in German: Evidence from an exploratory study. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43(3), 321-337.

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Fiedler, Ines & Stefanie Jannedy. 2013. Tone and Intonation in Ewe: a Phonetic Investigation of Information Structure. Journal of African Languages & Linguistics 34(1), 1-46.

Brunelle, Marc & Stefanie Jannedy. 2013. The Cross-Dialectal Perception of Vietnamese Tones: Indexicality and Adaptability. In Hole, Daniel & Elisabeth Löbel (eds.). Linguistics of Vietnamese -- an international survey, 9-34. Berlin: de Gruyter.

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Malisz, Zofia, Marzena Zygis & Bernd Pompino-Marschall. 2013. Rhythmic structure effects on glottalisations: A study of different speech styles in Polish and German. In Martine & Doris Mücke (eds.). Temporal Structure and Mechanisms of Timing. Laboratory Phonology 4. Special Issue, 119-158.

Kraska-Szlenk, Iwona & Marzena Zygis. 2012. Phonetic and lexical gradience in Polish prefixed words. Cognitive Linguistics 23, 317-336.

Zygis, Marzena, Susanne Fuchs & Laura L. Koenig. 2012. Phonetic explanations for the infrequency of voiced sibilant affricates across languages. Laboratory Phonology 3, 299-336.

Zygis, Marzena, Daniel Pape & Luis Jesus. 2012. (Non)retroflex Slavic affricates and their motivation. Evidence from Czech and Polish. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 42, 281-329.

Zygis, Marzena & Bernd Pompino-Marschall. 2012. Glottale Markierungen vokalinitialer Wörter. Deutsch und Polnisch im Kontrast. In Gisela Zifonun & Lutz Gunkel (eds.). Deutsch im Sprachvergleich. Grammatische Kontraste und Konvergenzen, 75-98. Berlin: de Gruyter.

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Lucero, Jorge, Laura L. Koenig & Susanne Fuchs. 2012. Modeling source-tract interaction in speech production: Voicing onset vs. vowel height after a voiceless obstruent. Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, 2198-2201.

Jannedy, Stefanie & Melanie Weirich. 2012. Phonology & the interpretation of fine phonetic detail in Berlin German. Proceedings of Interspeech 2012, 110-113.

Fuchs, Susanne, Melanie Weirich, Daniel Pape & Pascal Perrier (eds.). 2012. Speech planning and dynamics. Speech production and perception 1. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

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Grimme, Britta, Susanne Fuchs, Pascal Perrier & Gregor Schoener. 2011. Limb versus speech motor control: A conceptual review. Motor Control 15-1, 5-33.

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Brunner, Jana, Susanne Fuchs & Pascal Perrier. 2011. Supralaryngeal control in Korean velar stops. Journal of Phonetics 39, 178-195.

Koenig, Laura, Susanne Fuchs & Jorge C. Lucero. 2011. Effects of consonant manner and vowel height on intraoral pressure and articulatory contact at voicing offset and onset for voiceless obstruents. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129(5), 3233-3244.

Fuchs, Susanne, Pascal Perrier & Mariam Hartinger. 2011. A critical evaluation of gestural stiffness estimations in speech production based on a linear second-order model. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 54, 1067-1076.

Mendoza-Denton, Norma & Stefanie Jannedy. 2011. Semiotic layering through gesture and intonation: a case study of complementary and supplementary multimodality in political speech. Journal of English Linguistics 39, 265-299.

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Zygis, Marzena. 2011. Why is Slavic < č> not always /tʃ/?. In Wai-Sum Lee & Eric Zee (eds.). Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2340-2343. Hong Kong: Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, University of Hong-Kong.

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Jannedy, Stefanie. 2010. The usage and distribution of "so" in spontaneous Berlin Kiezdeutsch.
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Rodgers, Blake & Susanne Fuchs. 2010. How intraoral pressure shapes the voicing contrast in American English and German.
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Pape, Daniel, Pascal Perrier, Susanne Fuchs & Sonia Kandel. 2010. Les trajectoires formantiques respectant les lois de la physique contribuent-elles à une meilleure perception de la parole?. XXVIIIèmes Journées d'Etude sur la Parole (JEP'2010), 129-132.

Hamann, Silke & Susanne Fuchs. 2010. Retroflexion of voiced stops: Data from Dhao, Thulung, Afar and German. Language and Speech 53(2), 181-216.

Fuchs, Susanne, Melanie Weirich, Christian Kroos, Natalie Fecher, Daniel Pape & Sabine Koppetsch. 2010. Time for a shave? Does facial hair interfere with visual speech intelligibility?. Annals of Improbable Research 16(1), 6-8.

Fuchs, Susanne, Jelena Krivokapic & Stefanie Jannedy. 2010. Prosodic boundaries in German: Final lengthening in spontaneous speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127, Article 1851.

Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Toda & Marzena Zygis (eds.). 2010. Turbulent sounds. An interdisciplinary guide. Interface Explorations. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

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Fuchs, Susanne & Martine Toda. 2010. Do differences in male versus female /s/ reflect biological or sociophonetic factors?. In Susanne Fuchs, Martine Toda & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Turbulent sounds. An interdisciplinary guide, 281-302. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

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Jannedy, Stefanie, Susanne Fuchs & Melanie Weirich. 2010. Articulation beyond the usual: Evaluating the fastest German speaker under laboratory conditions. In Susanne Fuchs, Philip Hoole, Christine Mooshammer & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Between the Regular and the Particular in Speech and Language, 205-234. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Zygis, Marzena & Jaye Padgett. 2010. A perceptual study of Polish sibilants, and its implications for historical sound change. Journal of Phonetics 38.2, 207-226.

Hall, Tracy Alan & Marzena Zygis. 2010. An overview of the phonology of obstruents. In Susanne Fuchs, Martine Toda & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Turbulent sounds. An interdisciplinary guide, 1-36. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Zygis, Marzena, Daniel Recasens & Aina Espinosa . 2010. The role of position in testing the acoustic equivalence hypothesis of velar softening for aspirated stops. In Susanne Fuchs, Christine Mooshammer, Phil Hoole & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Between the regular and the particular in speech and language, 125-143. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Zygis, Marzena. 2010. On changes in Slavic sibilant systems and their perceptual motivation. In Daniel Recasens, Fernando Sánchez Miret & Kenneth J. Wireback (eds.) . Experimental phonetics and sound change, 115-138. München: Lincom.

Jannedy, Stefanie. 2009. The Effect of Lexical Tone and Focus on the Formation of F0 in Vietnamese. Current Issues in Unity and Diversity of Languages: Collection of the Papers Selected from the CIL 18, Held at Korea University in Seoul, on July 21-26, 2008, 394-412.

Fuchs, Susanne & Laura L. Koenig. 2009. The articulation and aerodynamics of voiceless consonants, clusters, and affricates of German. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126(4), 1988-2001.

Brunner, Jana, Susanne Fuchs & Pascal Perrier. 2009. On the relationship between palate shape and articulatory behavior. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125(6), 3936-3949.

Fuchs, Susanne, Helene Loevenbruck, Daniel Pape & Pascal Perrier (eds.). 2009. Some aspects of speech and the brain. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne. 2009. Articulatory correlates of the voicing contrast in German: Alveolar obstruents. Saarbrücken: Südwestdeutscher Verlag für Hochschulschriften.

Jannedy, Stefanie. 2008. The Effect of Focus on Lexical Tones in Vietnamese. Proceedings of 2nd Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics (ExLing-2008), 113-116.

Fuchs, Susanne & Pascal Perrier. 2008. Understanding speech production: The PILIOS approach. Revue francaise de linguistique appliquée XIII (2), 35-44.

Perrier, Pascal & Susanne Fuchs. 2008. Speed-curvature relations in speech production challenge the one-third power law. Journal of Neurophysiology 100, 1171-1183.

Sock, Rudoph, Susanne Fuchs & Yves Laprie (eds.). 2008. Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production. Strasbourg: Université March Bloch.

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Fuchs, Susanne, Ralf Winkler & Pascal Perrier. 2008. Does the speaker's vocal tract geometry shape its articulatory vowel space?. In Rudolph Sock, Susanne Fuchs & Yves Laprie (eds.). Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production, 333-336. Strasbourg: Université March Bloch.

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Zygis, Marzena & Susanne Fuchs. 2008. Why are voiced affricates avoided cross-linguistically? Evidence from an aerodynamic study. In Rudolph Sock, Susanne Fuchs & Yves Laprie (eds.). Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production, 425-428. Strasbourg: Institute de phonetique.

Zygis, Marzena, Daniel Reasens & Aina Espinosa. 2008. Acoustic characteristics of velar stops and velar softening in Catalan, German and Polish. In Rudolph Sock, Susanne Fuchs & Yves Laprie (eds.). Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production, 97-100. Strasbourg: Institute de phonetique.

Brutel-Vuilmet, Claire & Susanne Fuchs. 2008. Rate effects on aerodynamics of intervocalic stops : evidence from real speech data and model data.
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Hamann, Silke & Susanne Fuchs. 2008. How do voiced retroflex stops evolve? : Evidence from typology and an articulatory study.
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Zygis, Marzena. 2007. O cechach audytywnych wibrantow. [Some remarks on auditive properties of trills]. Logopedia 27, 43-49.

Padgett, Jaye & Marzena Zygis. 2007. The evolution of sibilants in Polish and Russian. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 15, 291-324.

Cetnarowska, Bozena & Marzena Zygis. 2007. Phonetic syllabification and morphological parsability: the case of prefixed words in Polish. In Janusz Arabski (ed.). Challenging tasks for psycholinguistics, 149-163. Katowice: Uniwersytet Slaski.

Brunelle, Marc & Stefanie Jannedy. 2007. Social Factors in the Perception of Vietnamese Tones. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1461-1464.

Fuchs, Susanne, Jana Brunner & Anke Busler. 2007. Temporal and spatial aspects in the realisations of the voicing contrast in German alveolar and postalveolar fricatives. Advances in Speech Language Pathology 9(1), 34-44.

Jannedy, Stefanie. 2007. Prosodic Focus in Vietnamese. In Shinichiro Ishihara, Stefanie Jannedy & Anne Schwarz (eds.). Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure (ISIS) 8 (Working Papers of the SFB 632), 209-230. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag.

Ridouane, Rachid, Susanne Fuchs & Phil Hoole. 2006. Laryngeal adjustments in the production of voiceless obstruent clusters in Berber. In Harrington, Jonathan & Marija Tabain (eds.). Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes and Techniques, 275-297. New York: Psychology Press.

Fuchs, Susanne, Pascal Perrier, Christian Geng & Christine Mooshammer. 2006. What role does the palate play in speech motor control? Insights from tongue kinematics for German alveolar obstruents. In Harrington, Jonathan & Marija Tabain (eds.). Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes, and Techniques, 149-164. New York: Psychology Press.

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Hall, Tracy Alan, Silke Hamann & Marzena Zygis. 2006. The phonetic motivation of phonological stop assibilation. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 36, 69-115.

Brunner, Jana, Susanne Fuchs & Pascal Perrier. 2005. The influence of the palate shape on articulatory token-to-token variability.
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Żygis, Marzena. 2005. (Non)Retroflexivity of Slavic Affricates and Its Motivation. Evidence from Polish and Czech <č>.
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Fuchs, Susanne & Pascal Perrier. 2005. On the complex nature of speech kinematics.
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Fuchs, Susanne, Pascal Perrier & Bernd Pompino-Marschall (eds.). 2005. Speech production and perception: Experimental analyses and models. Papers of the French-German Thematic Summerschool on "Cognitive and physical models of speech production, and speech perception and of their interaction". ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 40). Berlin: ZAS.

Fuchs, Susanne, Jana Brunner, Pascal Perrier, Christian Geng & Bernd Pompino-Marschall. 2005. The potential role of speakers' vocal tract morphology onto speech perception: preliminary results. Proceedings of ISCA Workshop on Plasticity in Speech Perception, 138-141.

Mooshammer, Christine, Pascal Perrier, Susanne Fuchs, Christian Geng & Daniel Pape. 2005. An EMA and EPG study on token-to-token variability.
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Pape, Daniel, Christine Mooshammer, Phil Hoole & Susanne Fuchs. 2005. Devoicing of word-initial stops: A consequence of the following vowel?. In Harrington, Jonathan & Marija Tabain (eds.). Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes, and Technique, 211-226. New York: Psychology Press.

Zygis, Marzena. 2005. (Un)markedness of trills: the case of Slavic r-palatalisation. Zeitschrift für Slawistik 50, 383-407.

Hamann, Silke & Marzena Zygis. 2005. Phonology. In Ulrich Ammon, Norbert Dittmar, Klaus J. Mattheier & Peter Trudgill (eds.). Sociolinguistics: an International Handbook of the Science of Language and Society, 512-521. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Hall, Tracy Alan, Silke Hamann & Marzena Zygis. 2004. The phonetic motivation for phonological stop assibilation.
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Zygis, Marzena. 2004. (Un)markedness of trills: the case of Slavic r-palatalisation.
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Fuchs, Susanne & Silke Hamann (eds.). 2004. Papers in Phonetics and Phonology. ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 37). Berlin: ZAS.

Fuchs, Susanne, Phil Hoole, Xavier Pelorson, Annemie van Hirtum, Pascal Perrier, Klaus Dahlmeier & Johanna Creutzburg. 2004. Laryngeal adjustment in voiceless consonant production: I. An experimental study of glottal abduction in loud versus normal speech. Proceedings of the Conference on Vocal fold Physiology and Biomechanics, ohne Seitenangabe: 1-5.

Van Hirtum, Annemie, Nicolas Ruty, Xavier Pelorson, Susanne Fuchs & Pascal Perrier. 2004. Laryngeal adjustment in voiceless consonant production: II. Physical modelling. Proceedings of the Conference on Vocal fold Physiology and Biomechanics, ohne Seitenangabe: 1-3.

Hoole, Phil, Kyoshi Honda, Emi Murano, Susanne Fuchs & Daniel Pape. 2004. Cricothyroid activity in consonant voicing and vowel intrinsic pitch. Proceedings of the Conference on Vocal fold Physiology and Biomechanics, ohne Seitenangabe: 1-4.

Fuchs, Susanne, Phil Hoole, Jana Brunner & Miki Inoue. 2004. The trough effect - an aerodynamic phenomenon?. Proceedings of the conference: From sound to sense, 25-30.

Cetnarowska, Bozena & Marzena Zygis. 2004. Syllabification across a prefix-stem boundary in Polish. The role of semantic compositionality. Zeitschrift für Slawistik 49, 42-60.

Zygis, Marzena. 2004. Dlaczego polskie sybilanty <š> i <ž> sa retrofleksami? [Why are Polish sibilants <š> i <ž> retroflexes?]. Logopedia 33, 119-131 .

Zygis, Marzena. 2003. The evolution of sibilants in Polish and Russian.
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Brunner, Jana, Susanne Fuchs, Pascal Perrier & Hyeon-Zoo Kim. 2003. Mechanisms of contrasting Korean velar stops: A catalogue of acoustic and articulatory parameters.
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Zygis, Marzena. 2003. Phonetic and phonological aspects of Slavic sibilant fricatives.
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Fuchs, Susanne, Pascal Perrier & Christine Mooshammer. 2003. The role of the palate in tongue kinematics: an experimental assessment in VC sequences from EPG and EMMA data. Proceedings of Eurospeech 3, 1487-1490.

Ridouane, Rachid, Susanne Fuchs & Phil Hoole. 2003. Laryngeal adjustments in the production of voiceless obstruent clusters in Berber. Proceedings of the ISSP 6, 237-242.

Geng, Christian, Susanne Fuchs, Christine Mooshammer & Bernd Pompino-Marschall. 2003. How does vowel context influence loops?. Proceedings of the ISSP 6, 67-72.

Hoole, Phil, Susanne Fuchs & Klaus Dahlmeier. 2003. Interarticulatory timing in initial consonant clusters. Proceedings of the ISSP 6, 101-106.

Pape, Daniel, Christine Mooshammer, Phil Hoole & Susanne Fuchs. 2003. Devoicing of word-initial stops: A consequence of the following vowel?. Proceedings of the ISSP 6, 207-212.

Fuchs, Susanne & Pascal Perrier. 2003. An EMMA/EPG study of voicing contrast correlates in German. Proceedings of the ICPhS 15, 1057-1060.

Mooshammer, Christine, Anja Geumann, Phil Hoole, Peter Alfonso, Pascal van Lieshout & Susanne Fuchs. 2003. Coordination of lingual and mandibular gestures for different manners of articulation. Proceedings of the ICPhS 15, 81-84.

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