Meetings this semester will be for one hour on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, depending on the week. Due to the shift of university activities online, meetings from March 11 to the end of the semester will be held using Zoom.
Link to more information on The Phonetics and Phonology Group at USC.
Contact: Rachel Walker - rwalker at usc dot edu
Charlie O'Hara - How statistical learning impacts the sound patterns of the world's languages
Hayeun Jang - The polarity of gradient featural representations: a case study of coronal palatalization
Cynthia Lee (UCLA) - The prosodic substrate of consonant and tone dynamics
Jessica Johnson - "Investigating phonetic-phonological encoding in MFCCs"
Yijing Lu - "Supralaryngeal articulatory characteristics of persistent developmental stuttering"
Chloe Gfeller - "On the predictability of rhythmic structures in speech perception"
Mini-course taught by Gaja Jarosz, University of Massachusetts Amherst - Tuesday, March 3, 4-6 pm; Wednesday March 4, 3:30-5:30 pm, Linguistics Conference Room
Ian Rigby - "Informativity and English Name Blending"
Spring break - no meeting
Open house, no meeting
Mairym Llorens Montesérin - "Ticcing while speaking: the phonetics and distribution of Tourette's verbal tics"
Brian Smith - Accounting for exceptionality in probabilistic OT grammars: a case study of exception-ridden vowel alternations in French
Joint USC/UCLA Meeting in Phonology (JUMP) - Stephanie Shih (USC). This meeting has been postponed until Fall 2020.
Yubin Zhang - Consonant F0 is not intrinsic perturbations: A preliminary case study of Nuosu Yi
Myriam Lapierre - Visiting from UC Berkeley. This meeting has been cancelled due to the campus shutdown.
ASA poster practice