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30.09.2022

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Zygis, Marzena, Pape Daniel, Luis M.T. Jesus & Marek Jaskula. 2015. The effects of intonation on acoustic properties of fricatives. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 481. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Malisz, Zofia & Marzena Żygis. 2015. Voicing in Polish: Interactions with lexical stress, speech rate, focus and final boundary. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 963. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

Hamlaoui, Fatima, Marzena Zygis, Jonas Engelmann & Michael Wagner. 2015. Acoustic correlates of focus marking in Polish. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Paper number 846. Glasgow: University of Glasgow.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Zygis, Marzena. 2012. Constraint (and other lemmas). In Tracy Alan Hall & Bernd Pompino-Marschall (eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. Phonetik und Phonologie, . Berlin: De Gruyter.

Zygis, Marzena. 2012. Optimality Theory. In Tracy Alan Hall & Bernd Pompino-Marschall (eds.). Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft. Phonetik und Phonologie, . Berlin: De Gruyter.

Brunner, Jana & Marzena Zygis. 2011. Why do glottal stops and low vowels like each other?. In Wai-Sum Lee & Eric Zee (eds.). Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 376-379. Hong Kong: Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, University of Hong Kong.

Pompino-Marschall, Bernd & Marzena Zygis. 2011. Glottal marking of vowel-initial words in German. Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1626-1629.

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.

Zygis, Marzena. 2010. Typology of consonantal insertions.
Papers from the Linguistics Laboratory.ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 52), 111-140.

Pompino-Marschall, Bernd & Marzena Zygis. 2010. Glottal marking of vowel-initial words in German.
Papers from the Linguistics Laboratory.ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 52), 1-17.

Fuchs, Susanne, Philip Hoole, Christine Mooshammer & Marzena Zygis (eds.). 2010. Between the regular and the particular in speech and language. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.

Fuchs, Susanne, Martine Toda & Marzena Zygis. 2010. Preface [Turbulent sounds: An interdisciplinary guide]. In Susanne Fuchs, Martine Toda & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Turbulent sounds: An interdisciplinary guide, v-ix. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

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.

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.

Zygis, Marzena & Susanne Fuchs (eds.). 2008. Papers in Phonetics and Phonology. ZAS papers in linguistics (ZASPiL 49). Berlin: ZAS.

Zygis, Marzena. 2008. On the avoidance of voiced sibilant affricates.
ZAS papers in linguistics (ZASPiL 49), 23-45.

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.

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

Żygis, Marzena. 2005. (Non)Retroflexivity of Slavic Affricates and Its Motivation. Evidence from Polish and Czech <č>.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 42), 69-115.

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.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 37), 187-219.

Zygis, Marzena. 2004. (Un)markedness of trills: the case of Slavic r-palatalisation.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 37), 137-166.

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.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 32), 155-174.

Zygis, Marzena. 2003. Phonetic and phonological aspects of Slavic sibilant fricatives.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPil 32), 175-213.

Zygis, Marzena. 2003. The role of perception in Slavic sibilant systems. In Peter Kosta, Joanna Blaszczak, Jens Frasek, Ludmila Geist & Marzena Zygis (eds.). Investigations into formal Slavic linguistics, 137-154. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Zygis, Marzena & Silke Hamann. 2003. Perceptual and acoustic cues of Polish coronal fricatives. In Maria-Josep Solé, Daniel Recasens & Joaquin Romero (eds.). Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 395-398. Barcelona: Futurgraphic.

Pompino-Marschall, Bernd & Marzena Zygis . 2003. Surface palatalization of Polish bilabial stops: Articulation and acoustics. In Maria-Josep Solé, Daniel Recasens & Joaquin Romero (eds.). Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1751-1754. Barcelona: Futurgraphic.

Hall, Tracy A. & Marzena Rochon (eds.). 2000. Investigations in prosodic phonology: The role of the foot and the phonological word. ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 19). Berlin: ZAS.

Rochon, Marzena. 2000. Prosodic constituents in the representation of consonantal sequences in Polish.
ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 19), 177-205.

Zygis, Marzena. 2000. Optimality in complexity: the case of Polish consonant clusters. studia grammatica 48. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.