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Experimental and Theoretical Advances in Prosody
700 Clark Hall, Cornell University, April 11-13 2008

Below you find the list of posters in Poster Session I and Poster Session II of the conference.
You can register for the conference here. The conference schedule is posted here!
More information about the conference can be found on the conference website .

There is a also a booklet with the program program including all abstracts and restaurant information.
You will get a hardcopy of it at the registration desk, but you may want to peruse the .pdf before that...
Poster Session I, FRIDAY, April 11, 1-3pm
1 Older adults' responses to co-operating & conflicting prosody in garden path sentences: an ERP study
Shani H. Abada, Efrat Pauker, Inbal Itzhak, Shari R. Baum, Karsten Steinhauer, McGill University
2 The Prosody of Emphatic Reflexives in English
Byron Ahn, UCLA
3 Modeling cross-linguistic pitch-range effects for tonal implementation [poster]
Frank Kuegler, Universitaet Potsdam
4 Phrase length and prosodic complexity effects on pause duration
Jelena Krivokapic, Yale University
5 Anticipatory effects of intonation in reference resolution
Bettina Braun & Aoju Chen, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen
6 (At Least) Two Members of the Rise-Fall-Rise Family
Alejna Brugos (Boston University), Jonathan Barnes (Boston University), Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel (MIT),Nanette Veilleux (Simmons College)
7 Taking the accent off accessories: De-accenting as a cue during reference resolution [poster]
Kathleen M. Carbary, Christine Gunlogson, & Michael K. Tanenhaus, University of Rochester
8 The use of intonation in online processing of information status in a second language
Aoju Chen (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen) & Vicky Tzuyin Lai, (University of Colorado at Boulder)
9 Prosodically induced acoustic variation in English and Korean; Adult-to-adult speech vs. Child-directed speech [poster]
Hansook Choi, Michigan State University
10 Effects of Production Difficulty on Prosody
Alexandros Christodoulou & Jennifer E. Arnold, UNC Chapel Hill
11 Phone Information Content Influences Phone Duration
Uriel Cohen-Priva & Dan Jurafsky, Stanford University
12 A prosodic contribution to the understanding of stuttering in European Portuguese [poster]
Marisa Cruz & Sonia Frota, Universidade de Lisboa
13 Can accentual phrase boundaries facilitate lexical access in French?
Mariapaola D'Imperio (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, CNRS & Aix-Marseille I), Amandine Michelas (Laboratoire Parole et Langage, CNRS & Aix-Marseille I), & Joel Pynte (Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurosciences Cognitives, CNRS)
14 Effects of pitch accents on memory in language comprehension [poster]
Scott H. Fraundorf, Duane G. Watson, & Aaron S. Benjamin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
15 Prosodic disambiguation of German case ambiguity
Anja Gollrad & Esther Sommerfeld, Universitaet Potsdam
17 The Role of Prosody in Speech Parsing [Poster]
Susan Hertz (NovaSpeech LLC, Cornell University), Masayuki Gibson(NovaSpeech LLC, Cornell University), Nina Glatthorn (NovaSpeech LLC), Patrick Hegde (NovaSpeech LLC), Harold Mills (NovaSpeech LLC), & Isaac Spencer (NovaSpeech LLC)
18 Influence of rhythmic structure on syntactic ambiguity resolution in reading aloud [poster]
Gerrit Kentner, Universitaet Potsdam
19 Distributional Stress Regularity: A Corpus Study [poster]
David Temperley, Eastman School of Music
Poster Session II, SATURDAY, April 12, 1-3pm
1 Prosody and Word Category: From "Prosodically Determined" to "Prosodically Independent" Words [poster]
Christina Alexandris, National University of Athens
2 Cognitive Effort Influences Acoustic Prominence: The Impact of Memory Resources [poster]
Jennifer Arnold & Zenzi M. Griffin, Georgia Institute of Technology
3 Effects of repeated mention and predictability on the production of acoustic prominence
Tuan Lam (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Duane Watson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), & Jennifer Arnold (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
4 Stress, accent and intonation in Sherpa (Sino-Tibetan)
Joyce McDonough (University of Rochester), Michelle Gregory (Pacific Northwest National Lab), & Rebecca Baier (University of Maryland)
5 Two types of listeners [poster]
Marie Nilsenova, Tilburg University
6 Emotional or linguistic prosodic processing - who wins the race?
Silke Paulmann (McGill University), Sarah Jessen (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences), & Sonja A. Kotz (International Max Planck Research School)
7 Linear and non-linear f0 modelling techniques for tonal target location
Caterina Petrone (Aix-Marseille I) & Mariapaula D'Imperio (Laboratoire Parole et Language, CNRS)
8 Prosody and Focus in Alternative Questions
Kathryn Pruitt, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
10 Phonological and acoustic specification of Information Status - a semantic and phonetic analysis
Katrin Schweitzer, Arndt Riester, Hans Kamp, & Grzegorz Dogil, University of Stuttgart [poster]
11 Cues to the perception of prosodic breaks in Brazilian Portuguese [poster]
Carolina Serra (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) & Sonia Frota (Universidade de Lisboa)
12 Effects of stress and coherence on pronoun interpretation
Erin Tavano & Elsi Kaiser, University of Southern California
13 Prosody of Positive/Negative Conjunctions in Japanese [poster]
Hisao Tokizaki & Yasutomo Kuwana, Sapporo University
14 Prosodic structure between the prosodic word and the phonological phrase
Marina Vigario, Universidade de Lisboa
15 Acoustic and prosodic qualities as lexical/structural cues for segmentation in Korean [poster]
Hongoak Yun & James R. Sawusch, University at Buffalo