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AMBEL.  Project developing methods to examine how different languages use the different acoustic dimensions which correlate with stop voicing contrasts. Project supported by NSF Grant BCS-04406540 (“Prosody in Cross-Language Production and Perception” from August ,2005 – August, 2009.

2010

 

 

 

Oglesbee, E. (2010).  “Language Differences in the Perceptual Content of Laryngeal Contrasts: the Role of VOT and F0 in Indicating Contrasts in Korean, Japanese, English, and Spanish.  Paper presented 9 January, 2010, at the 2010 Linguistic Society of America, Baltimore, MD. 

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2007

 

 

 

Oglesbee, E., and K.J. de Jong (2007).  “The Relation between Focus Effects in Production and Best Exemplar Locations in Perception for stop Types in English, Japanese, and Korean.“ Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122:2996, 2pSC18.

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Oglesbee, E., and K.J. de Jong (2007).  “Searching for Best Exemplars in Multidimensional Stimulus Spaces.”  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 122:  EL101 – EL106.

 

2006

 

 

 

Oglesbee, E., and K.J. de Jong (2006).  “Locating Perceptual Categories in Multi-dimensional Stimulus Spaces.” IULC Working Papers – Online, 6-06.  Also appears as “Finding Perceptual Centers in Multidimensional Acoustic Spaces.”  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 120: 3249, 4aSC9.

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