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Sonderforschungsbereich 732:

Publications A4

Phonetic Convergence in Spontaneous Speech

2017

2016

  • Daniel Duran, Natalie Lewandowski und Antje Schweitzer: A 3D computer game for testing perception of acoustic detail in speech. Proceedings of 22nd International Congress on Acoustics (ICA); Catholic University of Argentina, Buenos Aires. Paper ICA2016-738. [PDF]
  • Grigorij Aronov, Antje Schweitzer, "Acoustic correlates of word stress in German spontaneous speech," in Tagungsband der 12. Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (Hrsg. C. Draxler and F. Kleber), (München, Deutschland), pp. 12­15, 2016. Full Paper PDF
  • Daniel Duran, Natalie Lewandowski, Antje Schweitzer, "Wahrnehmungsexperimente mit Hilfe eines Computerspiels," in Tagungsband der 12. Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum (Hrsg. C. Draxler and F. Kleber), (München, Deutschland), pp. 39­42, 2016.
  • Natalie Lewandowski, Carolin Krämer, Daniel Duran, Antje Schweitzer, "Impact of personality and social factors on phonetic convergence." Abstract and poster presentation at AmLaP (Bilbao, Spain), 2016.
  • Antje Schweitzer, Michael Walsh, "Exemplar dynamics in phonetic convergence of speech rate," Proceedings of Interspeech, pp. 2100­-2104, 2016. Full Paper PDF
  • Antje Schweitzer, Natalie Lewandowski, Daniel Duran, "Does phonetic convergence reflect personality?." Abstract and talk presented at the workshop Personality in Speech Production, Cornell, Ithaca, 2016.
  • Natalie Lewandowski and Antje Schweitzer, "Social and psychological aspects of phonetic convergence in the GECO database". Abstract and talk presented at the Sociolinguistics Symposium 21 (Murcia, Spain), 2016.

2015

  • Antje Schweitzer, Natalie Lewandowski, Daniel Duran, Grzegorz Dogil. Attention, please! - Expanding the GECO database. Proceedings of ICPhS, 2015. - Full Paper PDF (2 MB)

2014

  • Antje Schweitzer, Natalie Lewandowski and Grzegorz Dogil. Advancing corpus-based analyses of spontaneous speech: Switch to GECO! Abstract to be presented at the 14th conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon) 2014, Tokyo, July 2014. - PDF

  • Antje Schweitzer and Natalie Lewandowski. Social Factors in Convergence of F1 and F2 in Spontaneous Speech. Abstract to be presented at 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne, Mai 2014. -  PDF

  • Natalie Lewandowski and Antje Schweitzer. Degrees of control over influencing factors in phonetic convergence. Abstract presented at the ISSP 2014 Satellite Workshop on “Interpersonal coordination and phonetic convergence”, Cologne.

  • Natalie Lewandowski, Antje Schweitzer, Daniel Duran and Grzegorz Dogil.  An exemplar-based hybrid model of phonetic adaptation. Abstract presented at Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT), Washington, D.C., March 2014. - PDF

2013

  • Antje Schweitzer and Natalie Lewandowski. Convergence of Articulation Rate in Spontaneous Speech. Proceedings of Interspeech 2013, Lyon, pp. 525-529. PDF (78 kB)

  • Lewandowski, N., 2013. Phonetic convergence and individual differences in non-native dialogs. Abstract presented at the New Sounds Conference, Montreal, p. 62. - PDF

2012

  • Natalie Lewandowski. Talent in nonnative phonetic convergence. Doctoral Dissertation, Universität Stuttgart, 2012. - Catalogue entry - PDF (3.1 MB)
  • Natalie Lewandowski. Automaticity and consciousness in phonetic convergence (abstract). In: Proceedings of the Listening Talker Workshop, Edinburgh, p. 71, 2012.
  • Natalie Lewandowski. A multicomponent approach to phonetic convergence (abstract). In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Imitation and Convergence in Speech (ISICS), Aix-en-Provence, pp. 17, 2012.
  • Sasha Calhoun and Antje Schweitzer. Can intonation contours be lexicalised? Implications for discourse meanings. In Gorka Elordieta Alcibar and Pilar Prieto, editors, Prosody and Meaning (Trends in Linguistics). Mouton DeGruyter, pp. 271-327, 2012.
  • Antje Schweitzer and Natalie Lewandowski. Accommodation of backchannels in spontaneous speech (Abstract). In the booklet of the International Symposium on Imitation and Convergence in Speech, 2012. - PDF (76 kB)
  • Antje Schweitzer. Perceptually Motivated Parameters for Automatic Prosodic Annotation (Abstract). Workshop Advancing Prosodic Transcription for Spoken Language Science and Technology, Stuttgart, 2012. - PDF (116 kB)

2011

  • Britta Lintfert, Antje Schweitzer, and Bernd Möbius. A parametric approach to intonation acquisition research: Validation on child-directed speech data. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2011, pp. 757-760, 2011. - PDF (214 kB)
  • Grzegorz Dogil and Antje Schweitzer. Quantal effects in the Temporal Alignment of Prosodic Events. In Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Hong Kong), pp. 595-598, 2011. - PDF (161 kB)

2010

  • Antje Schweitzer. Production and Perception of Prosodic Events -- Evidence from Corpus-based Experiments. Doctoral dissertation, Universität Stuttgart, 2010. - Catalogue entry - PDF (2.9 MB)

  • Natalie Lewandowski and Antje Schweitzer. Prosodic and segmental convergence in spontaneous German conversations (A). In: J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Vol. 128, Issue 4, p. 2458, 2010.
  • Natalie Lewandowski and Grzegorz Dogil. Identity negotiation in native-nonnative dialogs: quantifying phonetic adaptation. In: de Cilia, R./ Gruber, H./ Krzy?anowski, M./ Menz, F. (Eds.): Diskurs, Politik, Identität. Stauffenburg, Tübingen, pp. 389-399, 2010.
  • Britta Lintfert, Antje Schweitzer, Lukasz Wolski, and Bernd Möbius. Quantifying developmental changes of prosodic categories. In Speech Prosody 2010 (Chicago, USA). - PDF (127 kB)
  • Katrin Schweitzer, Sasha Calhoun, Hinrich Schütze, Antje Schweitzer, and Michael Walsh. Relative frequency affects pitch accent realisation: Evidence for exemplar storage of prosody. In Proceedings of the 13th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (Melbourne), 2010. - PDF (177 kB)