The final programme is up. Presentations and posters are being linked below as they come in.

The final programme as a pdf.

Abstracts for all presentations. The file is bookmarked for the respective sections. We will abstain from linking each abstract to each contribution, but we'll leave the book of abstracts here.

Programme, presentations and links, TIE 4, Stockholm

9th September, talks I

  • Bert Remijsen, The University of Edinburgh.
    The tone systems of Dinka dialects (presentation)
  • Ho-hsien Pan and Pi-chiang Li, National Chiao Tung University and Feng Chia University
    Perceptual tone spaces and Taiwan Min sandhi rules (presentation)
  • Elisabeth Selkirk and Gorka Elordieta, University of Massachusetts Amherst and University of the Balearic Islands
    The role for prosodic markedness constraints in phonological phrase formation in two pitch accent languages (presentation)
  • Seda Kan, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Intonational phrasing in Turkish and its implications for prosodic typology (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Anne Zimmer-Stahl, Rachael-Anne Knight, and Naomi Cocks, City University London
    Speech timing and tonal alignment in non-fluent aphasia (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Thomas Grünloh, Elena Lieven, and Michael Tomasello, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig and Universität zu Köln
    German 3-year-olds intonational realization of information status in spontaneous speech (presentation)
  • Doris Mücke, Martine Grice, Henrik Niemann, Hosung Nam, and Louis Goldstein, University of Cologne and Haskins Laboratories and University of Southern California
  • A gestural account of tonal alignment differences (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Joan Borràs-Comes and Pilar Prieto, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    ‘Seeing tunes’. The role of visual gestures in tune interpretation (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Yiya Chen, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
    Representation and processing of pitch variation in Mandarin Chinese (presentation, link to homepage)

9th September, posters I

  • Doina Jitca, Vasile Apopei and Magdalena Jitca, Institute for Computer Science, Romanian Academy, Iasi University "Alexandru Ioan Cuza"
    An inventory of prosodic units forms and functions for Romanian intonation (presentation, poster, link to homepage)
    Miran Kim and Lori Repetti, Stony Brook University
  • Bitonal pitch accent and secondary association with metrical structure in Sardinian (Link to homepage)
    Laura J. Downing and Bernd Pompino-Marschall, ZAS, Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
    Does focus really condition phonological phrasing in Chichewa? (poster)
  • Carlos Gussenhoven, Radboud University Nijmegen
    Intonation of new Englishes (poster)
  • Ingo Feldhausen and Cédric Patin, University of Hamburg and Université Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3
    Left-dislocations in Romance and Bantu – Accounting for their phrasing pattern (poster)
  • Nele Salveste, University of Tartu
    The tonal component in Estonian quantity perception and production (poster)
  • Meghan Armstrong, The Ohio State University/ Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Non-standard use of L* HH% in Child-Directed Speech: Evidence from Questions in Puerto Rican Spanish (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Takuya Kimura, Hirotaka Sensui, Miyuki Takasawa and Atsuko Toyomaru, Seisen University, Nanzan University, Waseda University and Keio University
    On sentence-type discrimination strategies of Japanese learners of Spanish (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Frank Kügler and Susanne Genzel, Potsdam University
    On register shifts in typologically different languages – The case of prominence and downstep (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Elinor Payne, Pilar Prieto, Lluisa Astruc, Brechtje Post and Maria del Mar Vanrell, University of Oxford, ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra, University of Cambridge and The Open University
    Prosodic manipulation in child-directed speech (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Ronny Keulen, University of Leuven
    Re-analysing some tonal deviations in western Franconian dialects (poster)
  • Gilbert Ambrazaitis, Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University
    Revisiting intonational pitch accents in Swedish – Evidence from lexical accent neutralisation (poster)
  • Olga Maxwell and Janet Fletcher, University of Melbourne
    The realisation of focus by L1 Bengali and L1 Kannada speakers of English (presentation, link to homepage)

10th September, talks II

Amalia Arvaniti, University of California, San Diego
Romani challenges to the study of intonation (presentation, link to homepage)

Cathy S.P. Wong and Roxana S.Y. Fung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The mergers and near-mergers of Hong Kong Cantonese tones (presentation)

Maria del Mar Vanrell, Antonio Stella, Barbara Gili-Fivela, and Pilar Prieto, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Universitat Pompeu Fabra Università del Salento and ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra
The contribution of alignment, duration and scaling to the perception of contrastive focus in Catalan, Italian and Spanish (presentation)

Christian DiCanio, Université Lyon 2
Perceptual cues of tonal contrasts in Itunyoso Trique (presentation, link to homepage)

Bettina Braun and Elizabeth Johnson, University of Konstanz and University of Toronto
How attention to speech pitch is guided by its linguistic function (presentation)

Margaret Zellers and Brechtje Post, University of Cambridge
Online perception of topic change intonation (presentation)

Sophie Salffner, School of Oriental and African Studies
Intonation and phonation type as question markers in Ikaan Yes/No questions (presentation, link to homepage)

Björn Lindblom, Stockholm University
Fundamental frequency contours as strings of syllabic pulses: Descriptive and explanatory opportunities of a new framework (presentation)

10th September, posters II

  • Sam Hellmuth, University of York
    Cross-dialectal prosodic variation in Arabic: comparing Sanaani and Egyptian (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Allison Wetterlin and Aditi Lahiri, University of Oxford
    Stressed prefixes in Norwegian: diachronic and synchronic prosodic patterns (presentation, link to homepage)
    Adrian Leemann, University of Berne, Dept. of Linguistics
  • Differences in male and female F0 patterns in natural Swiss German speech (presentation, link to homepage)
    Ingo Feldhausen, Lluïsa Astruc and Carme de-la-Mota, University of Hamburg and The Open University/The University of Cambridge and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona/Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    F0 alignment and scaling: melodic cues to prosodic boundaries in Catalan (poster)
  • Belinda Ross, The University of Melbourne
    Intonational phrasing within clauses in two Australian languages (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Sophie Manus, UMR 5596 - University Lumière Lyon 2 and CNRS Dynamique du Langage Laboratory
    Neutralization of nominal tone patterns in Símákonde (Bantu, P23) (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Caterina Petrone, Mariapaola D'Imperio and Susanne Fuchs, ZAS, Université Aix-Marseille
    Prosodic constituency and boundary scope in Italian: An articulatory and acoustic study (poster)
  • Stella Gryllia and Frank Kügler, Universität Potsdam
    Prosodic cues for relative clause attachment. Evidence from German (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Cédric Patin, STL, CNRS UMR 8163 - Université Lille
    Shingazidja IPs: Extraprosodicity, boundary tones and the phonetics-phonology interface (poster)
  • Amandine Michelas and Mariapaola D'Imperio, Université Aix-Marseille
    Syntactic and length effects on French prosodic phrasing (poster, link to homepage)
  • Vahideh Abolhasani Zadeh, Carlos Gussenhoven and Mahmood Bijankhan, University of Tehran/Radboud University Nijmegen, Radboud University Nijmegen/Queen Mary University of London and University of Tehran
    The intonational structure of Persian (poster)
  • Mary Pearce and Michael Ahland, UCL and SIL and University of Oregon
    Tonal behaviour in the Northern Mao possessive construction: downstep and double downstep? (poster)
  • Marc Brunelle, Daryl Chow and Jonathan Lim, University of Ottawa
    Tone identification and confusion in Cantonese (poster)
  • Sonia Frota, Catia Severino, and Marina Vigario, Universidade de Lisboa
    The role of prosody in on-line processing of ambiguity (presentation, link to homepage)

11th September, talks III

  • Kai Alter, Newcastle University
    On the processing of Intonational Phrase boundaries and focal accents: Evidence from brain recordings (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Carmen Kung, Dorothee Chwilla, Carlos Gussenhoven, Sara Bögels, and Herbert Schriefers, Radboud University Nijmegen
    What did you say just now, bitterness or wife? An ERP study on the interaction between tone, intonation and context in Cantonese Chinese (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Brechtje Post, Toby Hudson, Iwo Bohr, Francis Nolan, and Emmanuel Stamatakis, University of Cambridge
    Getting a handle on category membership in intonation (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Larry Hyman, University of California, Berkeley
    Markedness and the phonological typology of two-height tone systems (presentation)
  • Thera Crane, University of California, Berkeley
    Anticipatory tone in Totela: an unexpected system (Link to presentation on homepage)
  • Annie Rialland and Martial Embanga Aborobongui, CNRS/Paris 3
    The intonational system of Embosi (Bantu C25), a 2 tone language without downstep (link to presentation on homepage)
  • Verònica Crespo, Maria del Mar Vanrell and Pilar Prieto, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Information-seeking questions vs. incredulity questions in Catalan: a comparative study between dialects (presentation (.rar), presentation (.pdf))
  • Patrik Bye, University of Tromsø
    Evidence for intonational phonology from Saami (presentation)

11th September, posters III

  • Elena Hoicka, Psychology Department, University of Stirling
    Acoustic cues to humorous, pretense and literal speech (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Man Gao, Högskolan Dalarna
    Articulatory Phonology (AP) and tonal alignment: further testing of a proposed AP model of tone-to-segment alignment in Mandarin Chinese (poster)
  • Antonio Stella, Maria del Mar Vanrell Bosch, Pilar Prieto and Barbara Gili-Fivela, Università del Salento Universitat, Universitat Pompeu Fabra and ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Broad focus and narrow-contrastive focus: Articulatory data on tonal alignment in Italian and Catalan (poster)
  • Joan Borràs-Comes, Jordi Costa-Faidella, Pilar Prieto and Carles Escera, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universitat de Barcelona and ICREA-Universitat Pompeu Fabra
    Encoding of intonational contrasts as revealed by mismatch negativity (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Sara Bögels, Herbert Schriefers, Wietske Vonk and Dorothee Chwilla, Radboud University Nijmegen, Donders Institute, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
    How listeners process accentuation of referential utterances in different contexts: An ERP study (poster)
  • Dorota T Szmidt and Sabela Labraña, Universitat de Barcelona
    Interrogative intonation and variability in some Tarragona, Barcelona, Lleida and Tortosa dialects (poster)
  • Gouhua Hu and Jonas Lindh, University of Gothenburg
    Perceptual mistakes of Chinese tones in 2-syllable words by Swedish listeners (presentation, link to homepage)
  • João Antônio Moraes, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
    Prosodic correlates of informational focus domains in Brazilian Portuguese (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Marisa Cruz and Sónia Frota, Universidade de Lisboa
    Sentence types across varieties of European Portuguese: Production and perception (poster)
  • Dragana Surkalovic, CASTL, Tromsø
    Suprasegmental focus and topic affixes (poster)
  • Chu-ting Chen and Ho-hsien Pan, Institute of Foreign Languages and Literatures
    The prosodic cues of narrow focus and second Occurrence Focus in Taiwan Mandarin : A production and perception study (presentation, link to homepage)
  • Ana Maria Fernández Planas, Lourdes Romera Barrios, Paolo Roseano, Eugenio Martínez Celdrán, and Josefina Carrera Sabaté, Universitat de Barcelona
    The prosody of declaratives and interrogatives in Catalan: A comparative study in the Amper Project (poster)
  • Marina Vigario and Flaviane Fernandes-Svartman, Universidade de Lisboa, Universidade de São Paulo
    Tonal association in Brazilian Portuguese compounds (poster)