Index for 5aSC
ASA 132nd meeting - Hawaii, December 1996
5aSC1. Real-time estimation of sentence structure from prosody.
5aSC2. Good prosody facilitates comprehension.
5aSC3. Effects and limitations of prosody on the resolution of syntactic ambiguity in Japanese.
5aSC4. Distinguishing multiple prosodic boundaries in articulatory kinematics and dynamics.
5aSC5. Temporal organization of segmental and prosodic features of speech in the word accent of common Japanese.
5aSC6. Is Tone Sandhi Group part of the prosodic hierarchy in Taiwanese?
5aSC7. Downstep, regressive upstep, H raising, or what?---Sorting out the phonetic mechanisms of a set of ``phonological'' phenomena.
5aSC8. Prosodic domain effects in real-word English sentences.
5aSC9. A new control model based on rising and falling fundamental frequency.
5aSC10. Perceptual parsing of coarticulated F0 information in speech.
5aSC11. Effects of task instructions on voice F0 responses to auditory feedback pitch shifts.
5aSC12. Contributions of auditory feedback frequency components on F[inf 0] fluctuations.
5aSC13. Acoustic--phonetic realizations of focus in discourse and their perceptual correlates in Korean and Japanese.
5aSC14. Pitch discrimination during breathy phonation.
5aSC15. The intonational structure of Chickasaw.
5aSC16. Production of accentual prominence patterns in English by Mandarin Chinese speakers.
5aSC17. Boundary tones and focus realization in African American English intonations.
5aSC18. An analysis of the high and low plateau of Japanese English.
5aSC19. Rhythm and intonational phrase structure influences on the placement of pitch accents within words in American English utterances.
5aSC20. Acquisition of contrastive emphasis.
5aSC21. Acoustic (non)consequences of gestural variability in the production of accentual prominence.
5aSC22. Acoustic analysis and perceptual judgment of a child's speech sound production during speech therapy.
5aSC23. Objective and subjective measures of self-reported hearing deterioration in older hearing-impaired adults.
5aSC24. Comparison of speech recognition threshold in noise using laboratory and clinical procedures.
5aSC25. Coarticulation in aphasia: Effects of utterance rate and complexity.
5aSC26. The perceptual and acoustical analysis of speech intelligibility in Mandarin-speaking adults with cerebral palsy.
5aSC27. Comparison of deaf and hearing childrens' intelligibile speech.
5aSC28. Variability of voice quality ratings.
5aSC29. Properties of naturally produced clear speech at normal speaking rates.
5aSC30. Acoustic and perceptual measurements of hoarseness in children's voices.
5aSC31. Self-organizing map for the classification of normal and disordered voices.
5aSC32. Evaluation method utilizing subjective MTF measurements for speech perception ability of hearing-impaired listeners.
5aSC33. A dynamic tracking model of spectral shape: The sequential grouping based on timbre.
5aSC34. Correlation between acoustic pauses and perceptual pauses in speech.
5aSC35. Evidence for the predominance of vowel onsets to offsets in speaking-rate perception.
5aSC36. The role of temporal and spectral cues in speech recognition.
5aSC37. Relationships between time and frequency measurements of harmonics-to-noise ratio in human voice signals.
5aSC38. Characterizing speech timing and speaking rate through subword parse trees.
5aSC39. Listeners' representations of within-word structure: Monolingual and bilingual speakers of Japanese and English.
5aSC40. Analysis of interlabeler (dis)agreement in phonetic transcriptions of multiple languages.
5aSC41. Modeling segment durations with artificial neural networks.