Full Program (HISPhonCog 2019)

(Tentative, subject to change, final version will be available on May 1)

Day 0: May 23, 2019 (Thursday) Satellite workshop 
10:00-13:00 Workshop 1 (Sun-Ah Jun, Sahyang Kim & Taehong Cho)
Theoretical and Practical Issues on Korean ToBI (K-ToBI)
15:00-18:00 Workshop 2 (Anne Cutler & Mark Antoniou)
Cognition and Bilingualism: Why there is debate about the cognitive advantage of being bilingual 
Onsite (pre) Registration on May 23 (Thur):  9:30-10:0014:00-15:00 
Day 1: May 24, 2019 (Friday)
08:00-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)
09:00-09:10 Opening remarks (Univ. President: Woo-seung Kim; HIPCS Director: Taehong Cho)
General Session 01 (Friday)
Moderator: Mira Oh (Chonnam U.)
09:10-10:00 Invited Speaker 1: Mary Beckman (Ohio State University)
Connecting prosody to duality of patterning in two modalities

10:00-10:40 Invited Speaker 2:
Sun-Ah Jun (UCLA)
Adaptation to prosody in anticipatory structural analysis during visual search

10:40-11:00 Coffee Break 

General Session 02 (Friday)
Moderator: Jeong-Im Han (Konkuk U.)
11:00-11:40 Invited Speaker 3: Michael Tyler (Western Sydney University & MARCS)
Assessing the (un)categorisation of non-native phones to native phonological categories

11:40-12:25 Oral presentations (3 talks)

(Oral 01) Xin Wang, Siyu Chen, Bronson Hui (Macquarie U., U. Greenwich, Michigan State University)
The role of lexical tone in bilingual language processing
(Oral 02) Xinran Ren and Peggy Pik Ki Mok (Chinese U. of Hong Kong)
Production of Korean Accentual Phrases by Cantonese-speaking learners
(Oral 03) Youngon Choi, Minji Nam, Reiko Mazuka, Hyun-Kyung Hwang, Minha Shin, Jisoo Kim, Sunho Jung, Jimin Beom, Naoto Yamane (Chung-Ang U., RIKEN Center for Brain Sci., Duke U.)
Development of speech perception in Korean infants: Discriminating unusual sound contrasts with diachronic change

12:25-13:40 Lunch 

General Session 03 (Friday)
Moderator: Minjung Son (Hannam U.)
13:40-14:20 Invited Speaker 4: Jason Shaw (Yale University)
Common coordination patterns in prosodic and segmental domains

14:20-15:05 Oral presentations (3 talks)

(Oral 04) Miao Zhang (U. at Buffalo, SUNY)

The role of information structure and foot structure on the kinematics of unstressed syllables
(Oral 05) Hongmei Li, Sahyang Kim and Taehong Cho (HIPCS, Hanyang, U., Hongik U.)
Prosodic-structural Modulation of Vowel Nasalization in Mandarin Chinese
(Oral 06) Tabea Thies, Doris Muecke, Anja Lowit, Elke Kalbe, Julia Steffen and Michael T. Barbe (U. of Cologne, U. of Strathclyde, U. Hospital Colonge)
Cognitive skills and prominence production: Highlighting prominent elements in the speech of patients with Parkinson’s disease
Poster Session 01 (Friday) with coffee
15:05-16:45 Poster Presentation (30 posters) See below
General Session 04 (Friday)
Moderator: Sahyang Kim (Hongik U.)
16:45-17:00 Oral presentations (3 talks)

(Oral 07) Shigeto Kawahara, Jason Shaw and Shinichiro Ishihara (Keio U., Yale U., Lund U.)

Assessing tonal specifications through simulation and classification: The case of post-wh accent in Japanese
(Oral 08) Jason Bishop (CUNY-College of Staten Island, CUNY-Graduate Center)
Do individual differences in working memory capacity predict cross-speaker variation in planning scope? Some prosodic tests
(Oral 09) Jeremy Steffman (UCLA)
Distal rhythmic structure and speech rate in perception: Exploring prosodic and rate-dependent influences

17:30-18:10 Invited Speaker 5: Cécile Fougeron (Paris 3, Sorbonne, CNRS)
Prosodic position effects: Strengthening for withstanding?
18:10-20:00 Banquet (Friday)
Posters on Day 1 (Friday): 15:05-16:45
(P01) Julien Eychenne, Yejin Shon (Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies)
A cross-linguistic analysis of phonological neighborhood density
(P02) Kevin Samejon (Notre Dame of Marbel U.)
Vowel length of emphasized Cebuano adjectives

(P03) Yen-Chen Hao, Kenneth de Jong (U. of Tennessee; Indiana U. Bloomington)

English obstruent perception by native Mandarin, Korean, and English speakers

(P04) Young Hwang, Samson Lotven, Kelly Berkson (Indiana U. Bloomington)
Pitch accent and the three-way laryngeal contrast in North Kyungsang Korean
(P05) Rory Turnbull (U. of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)
Choices in abstract phonological analysis have direct consequences for psycholinguistic predictions: the case of phonological neighbourhood networks

(P06) Haerim Hwang (U. of Hawai'i)
Second language perception of English stops by Korean-speaking child learners: Effects of position and lexical knowledge
(P07) Sang-Im Lee-Kim (National Chiao Tung U.)
Effects of orthographic input on L2 production: the case of Korean-speaking learners of Mandarin Chinese
(P08) Waan-Rur Lu, Sang-Im Lee-Kim (National Chiao Tung U.)
Enhancement of sibilant contrasts in near merger during word processing by Min-Mandarin bi-dialectal speakers

(P09) Nancy Hall, Bianca Godinez, Megan Walsh (California State U., Long Beach)
Experimental evidence for perceptual hypercorrection in American r-dissimilation
(P10) Jessica Chin, Mark Antoniou (MARCS, Western Sydney U.)
The influence of native intonational and tonal categories on nonnative tone learning
(P11) Neelam Singh (English and Foreign Languages U.)
A sociophonetic study of stop consonants in Nepali
(P12) Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Leon Lee (The Hong Kong Polytechnic U.)
Ganong effects for lexicality but not for frequency
(P13) Ho-Hsien Pan, Hsiao Tung Huang, Shao-Ren Lyu (National Chiao Tung U.)
The effect of morpho-syntax and prosodic boundary on Taiwanese Min juncture tones
(P14) Wai-Sum Lee, Feng-Fan Hsieh, Yueh-Chin Chang (City U. of Hong Kong; National Tsing Hua U.)
Co-articulation between consonant and vowel in Taiwanese
(P15) Jun Liu, Jing Wu, Yong-Cheol Lee (Cheongju U., Liaocheng U.))
Prosodic marking of focus in Korean learners of Mandarin
(P16) Kakeru Yazawa, Paola Escudero (Waseda U.; Western Sydney U.)
Phonemic and featural modeling of new L2 sound acquisition
(P17) Albert Lee, Faith Chiu (The Education U. of Hong Kong; U. of York)
Comparative modelling of speech prosody: AM Theory vs. PENTA Model
(P18) Tzu-Hsuan Yang, Shao-Jie Jin, Yu-An Lu (National Chiao Tung U.)
The impact of accidental gaps on tonal categorization
(P19) Song Jiang, Yueh-Chin Chang, Feng-Fan Hsieh (National Tsing Hua U.)
A cross-dialectal comparison of Er-suffixation in Beijing Mandarin and Northeastern Mandarin: An Electromagnetic Articulography study
(P20) Seunghun Lee, Kristina Riedel (International Christian U.; U. of Free State)
Prosodic effects of DP-internal word order variation in Xitsonga
(P21) Simon Wehrle, Martine Grice (IfL Phonetik, U. of Cologne)
Function and prosodic form of backchannels in L1 and L2 German
(P22) Yinjun Zhang, Heajin Suh (Pusan National U.; Busan National U. of Education)
A study on acoustic characteristics and Korean EFL learners' perception of English voiceless fricatives
(P23) Chiin Ngaihmuan Ngaihte, Jeffrey J. Holliday (Korea U.)
Asymmetry in the perceptual assimilation of the Korean laryngeal contrast by Indian listeners
(P24) Mira Oh (Chonnam National U.)
Tonal patterns in the IP-final AP in Chonnam Korean
(P25) Taeeun Kim (Pukyong National U.)
Game Theory choice on Salient Phoneme-Realisation (SPR): Strategies on Variance in Speech Production and Perception
(P26) Juyeon Chung (Indiana U.)
Production and perception of English vowel length depending on the following consonant voicing by Korean learners of English
(P27) Yung-Hsiang Shawn Chang (National Taipei U. of Technology)
A comparison of Mandarin and English palatal fricatives with articulatory data
(P28) Margarethe McDonald, Eon-Suk Ko (U. of Wisconsin-Madison; Chosun U.)
Accented vs native exposure in child second language intelligibility
(P29) Pavel Duryagin (Ca' Foscari U. of Venice)
Prosodic marking of neutral and non-neutral refusal in Russian: An identification experiment
(P30) Jae-Hyun Sung (Yonsei U.)
Articulation and neutralization: inherent and derived palatals in Korean

Day 2: May 25, 2019 (Saturday)
08:30-09:00 Registration (coffee & munch)
Special Session on Neuro-Cognitive Aspects of Prosody (Saturday)
Moderator: Say Young Kim (Hanyang U.)
09:10-09:50 Invited Speaker 6: Karsten Steinhauer (McGill U.)
Brain signatures of prosodic processing
09:50-10:30 Invited Speaker 7: Ferenc Honbolygó (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
Language specific representations in word stress perception: ERP evidence

10:30-10:50 Coffee Break 

10:50-11:20 Invited Discussant:
Holger Mitterer (U. of Malta) (Moderaotr: Jiyoun Choi, Sookmyung Women's U.)

11:20-12:20 Oral presentations (4 talks)

(Oral 10) Rachida Ganga, Haoyan Ge, Marijn Struiksma, Virginia Yip and Aoju Chen (Utrecht U., Open U. of Hong Kong, Chinese U. of Hong Kong)
Prosodic processing in sentences with “only” in L1 and L2 English: An ERP study
(Oral 11) Nelleke Jansen, Rachida Ganga, Marijn Struiksma and Aoju Chen (Utrecht U.)
Musicality influences the processing of accentuation in sentences with 'only' by L2 English learners
(Oral 12) Chiung-Yu Chang and Feng-Fan Hsieh (National Tsing Hua U.)
Neural responses to tonal and segmental gaps in Mandarin Chinese
(Oral 13)  Stephen Politzer-Ahles and Suyeon Im (Hong Kong Poly Tech. U.)
No word-specific mismatch negativity effect in Mandarin speakers

12:20-13:30 Lunch 

General Session 05 (Saturdsay)
Moderator: Hyesun Cho (Dankook U.)
13:30-14:10 Invited Speaker 8: Jie Zhang (University of Kansas)
How tone sandhi helps us understand the processing of phonological alternation
14:10-14:50 Invited Speaker 9: Edward Flemming (MIT)
A generative phonetic analysis of the timing of L- phrase accents in English
Poster Session 02 (Saturday)
14:50-16:30 Poster Presentation (29 posters) See below. 
General Session 06 (Saturday)
Moderator: Taehong Cho (Hanyang U.)
16:30-17:10 Invited Speaker 10: Martine Grice (University of Cologne)
The role of intonation in vowel insertion
Discussion Session (Saturday)
Moderator: Taehong Cho (Hanyang U.)
17:10-17:25 Invited Discussant: Mary Beckman (Ohio State University)
17:25-17:40 Invited Discussant: Anne Cutler (Western Sydney University, MARCS, ARC Centre of Excellence)
17:40-18:10 General Discussion. Chair: Taehong Cho (HIPCS, Hanyang U.)
Posters on Day 2 (Saturday): 14:50-16:30 
(P31) Rachel Albar, Hiyon Yoo (Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle, UMR7710, CNRS/ U. Paris Diderot)
Do Japanese learners distinguish prosodic levels in French?
(P32) Hanbo Yan, Yu-Fu Chien, Jie Zhang (Shanghai International Studies U.; Fudan U.; U. of Kansas)

The representation of variable tone sandhi in Shanghai Chinese
(P33) Si Chen, Eunjin Chun, Bei Li, Yike Yang (Hong Kong Polytechnic U.)
Perturbation effects in Chongming Chinese with and without focus
(P34) Chen Lan, Peggy Mok (The Chinese U. of Hong Kong)
Prosodic cues in the perception of Cantonese sarcasm
(P35) Eunkyung Sung, Youngeun Kim, Sooyeon Lee (Cyber Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies; Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies)
The effects of sentential context on compensation for English assimilated speech by L2 listeners
(P36) Shengyi Wu, Ara Cho (Shaoxing U.; Fudan U.)
Effects of L1 and L2 experience on the perception of Korean three-way stop contrast: evidence from Chinese and Korean listeners
(P37) Dong Jin Kim, Okgi Kim, Hanyong Park (U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Prosodic realization of multiple accusative construction in Korean

(P38) Jiyoung Jang, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho (U. of California, Santa Barbara; Hongik U.; Hanyang U.)
Effects of prosodic structure on voice quality associated with Korean three-way stop contrast
(P39) Anna Dannenberg, Stefan Werner (U. of Helsinki; U. of Eastern Finland)
Prosodic and syntactic boundaries in spontaneous English and Finnish speech
(P40) Wai Ling Law, Olga Dmitrieva, Alexander Francis (The Chinese U. of Hong Kong; Purdue U.)
Interaction between lexical tones and stress is affected by individual variation in language attitudes and L2 experience
(P41) Xiaolin Li, Peggy Mok (The Chinese U. of Hong Kong U.)
The acquisition of Xiamen tone sandhi by children
(P42) Changwei Zhang, Si Chen, Man Tak Leung (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
The Perception and Production of Cantonese Syllable-final Stops in Mandarin Speakers: An Analysis of Perceptibility Scale
(P43) Mengtian Chen (U. of Iowa)
Syntactic and length constraints on the prosodic phrasing of second language sentences
(P44) Eunkyung Sung, Youngeun Kim, Sooyeon Lee (Cyber Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies; Hankuk U. of Foreign Studies)
A comparison of perceptual compensation for Korean regressive and progressive assimilations by L2 learners
(P45) Yanjun Wei, Mengtian Chen, Jianqin Wang (Beijing Language and Culture U.; U. of Iowa)
The effects of syntactic constraints on prosodic chunking of L2 speech in sentence recall
(P46) Yu-Yin Hsu, Ka-Wai Chan, Tsz-Shan Lo, Xia Wang, Anqi Xu (The Hong Kong polytechnic U.; U. college London)
Sentence final particles and Wh-indeterminates in Beijing Mandarin
(P47) Chaak-Ming Lau (The Chinese U. of Hong Kong)
Perception and analysis of utterance-final lengthening of Cantonese maː33
(P48) Mei Ying Ki (The Chinese U. of Hong Kong)
A phonetic study of Cantonese rising-falling intonation
(P49) Daiki Hashimoto (U. of Tokyo)
Cumulative usage effects in inflectional paradigm: Probability of being affixed

(P50) Stephen Politzer-Ahles, Ka Keung Lee, Lei Pan, Jueyao Lin (The Hong Kong Polytechnic U., City U. of Hong Kong)
Cross-linguistic differences in long-lag priming
(P51) Leena Dihingia, Priyankoo Sarmah (Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati)
Spectral properties of diphthongs in two varieties of Assamese
(P52) Boram Lee, Hiyon Yoo, Cécile Fougeron (Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie; U. Sorbonne-Nouvelle; Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle; U. Paris Diderot)
On the phonetic contrast between fortis and non-fortis fricatives in Korean: interaction with prosodic position effect and vowel coarticulation
(P53) Payam Ghaffarvand Mokari, Stefan Werner, Daniel Williams (U. of Eastern Finland; U. of Potsdam)

Predicting second-language vowel perception based on acoustic similarities
(P54) Annie Tremblay, Mirjam Broersma, Yuyu Zeng, Anna Aumeistere, Jinmyung Lee, Hyoju, Kim, Seulgi Shin (U. of Kansas; Radbound U.)
Testing the cue-weighting transfer hypothesis with Dutch listeners’ perception of English lexical stress
(P55) Feier Gao, Siqi Lyu, Chien-Jer Charles Lin (Indiana U. Bloomington; Beihang U.)
Tonal processing in Mandarin reduplication: morphological and lexical effects
(P56) Heather Weston (ZAS Berlin)
Same parenthetical, different prosodic realization: evidence from German
(P57) Sejin Oh, Sun-Ah Jun (CUNY; UCLA)

The prosodic structure and the underlying tonal pattern of AP in Chungnam Korean
(P58) Ricky Chan, Bruce Wang (Speech, Language and Cognition Laboratory; U. of Hong Kong)
L2 tone processing as revealed by the incidental learning of tone-segment mappings
(P59) Hyunjung Joo, Jiyoung Jang, Sahyang Kim, Taehong Cho, Anne Cutler (Hanyang U., UC Santa Barbara, Hongik U., MARCS/ARC Center of Excellence/Western Sydney U.)
Prosodic boundary and prominence effects on vowel nasalization in Australian English versus American English