Publications

Please visit my Prosody lab website for downloadable papers and other material from my research projects on speech prosody. Publications on Sindhi are in the Sindhi Section of this site. Downloadable papers, slides and posters on my other research are listed here. A full listing of my publications can be found on my CV.

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Look at my lab publications page for many more of my papers on prosody.

32. Cole, J. 2015. Prosody in Context: A review. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 30:1-2, 1-31.

31. Khasanova, A., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2014. Detecting articulatory compensation in acoustic data through linear regression modeling. Interspeech 2014, Singapore.

30. Cole, J., Mahrt, T., Hualde, J.I. 2014. Listening for sound, listening for meaning: Task effects on prosodic effects on prosodic transcription. Speech Prosody 7, Dublin.

29. Kimball, A., Cole, J. 2014. Avoidance of stress clash in perception of American English. Speech Prosody 7, Dublin.

28. Luchkina, T., Cole, J. 2014. Structural and prosodic correlates of prominence in free word order language discourse. Speech Prosody 7, Dublin.

27. Luchkina, T., Cole, J. 2013. Routes to Prominence in Free Word Order Language Discourse. In Proceedings of the Workshop on the Prosody-Discourse Interface, Leuven, Belgium.

26. Cole, J. and J.I. Hualde. 2013. Prosodic structure in Sound Change. In Shu-Fen Chen and Benjamin Slade (eds.), Festschrift for Hans Henrich Hock. Ann Arbor, MI: Beech Stave Press, pp. 28-45.

25. Cole, J. and Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2012. Corpus phonology with speech resources. In A. Cohn, C. Fougeron, and M. Huffman (eds.), Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 431-440.

24. Rusaw, E., Cole, J. 2011. Speech error evidence on the role of the vowel in syllable structure. Proceedings of the International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong, 2011, pp. 1734-1737.

23. McMurray, B. Cole, J., and Munson, C. 2011. Features as an emergent product of perceptual parsing: Evidence from V-to-V coarticulation. In C.N. Clements and R. Ridouane (eds.), Where do Phonological Features Come From? Cognitive, Physical and Developmental Bases of Distinctive Speech Categories,   Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins, pp. 197-236.

22. Cole, J. and Hualde, J.I. 2011. Underlying representations. In M. van Oostendorp, C.J. Ewen, E. Hume, and K. Rice (eds.), Companion to Phonology, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1-26.

21. Cole, J., Mo, Y., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2010. Signal-based and expectation-based factors in the perception of prosodic prominence. Laboratory Phonology. 1: 425–452.

20. Cole, J. Mo, Y., Baek, S. 2010. The role of syntactic structure in guiding prosody perception with ordinary listeners and everyday speech. Language and Cognitive Processes. 25: 7, 1141 – 1177.

19. Cole, J., Hualde, J.I., Blasingame, M., Mo, Y. 2010 Shifting Chicago vowels: prosody and sound change. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2010, Chicago, IL.

18. Cole, J. Linebaugh, G. Munson, C. and McMurray, B. 2009. Unmasking the acoustic effects of V-to-V coarticulation: A statistical modeling approach. Journal of Phonetics. 38: 167-184.

17. Cole, J. 2009. Emergent feature structures: Harmony systems in exemplar models of phonology. Language Sciences, 31: 144–160.

16. Koo, H. and Cole, J. 2007. Gradient perceptual facilitation from phonotactic knowledge. In Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, University of Chicago.

15. Koo, H. and Cole, J. 2006. On Learnability and Naturalness as Constraints on Phonological Grammar. In A. Botinis (ed.), Proceedings of ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics, pp. 174-177. University of Athens.

14. Cole, J. and K. Iskarous. 2001. Effects of vowel context on consonant place identification: implications for a theory of phonologization. In E. Hume and K. Johnson (eds.), The Role of Speech Perception in Phonology, pp. 103-122. New York: Academic Press. [Author's version]

13. Guest, D., G. Dell and J. Cole. 2000. Violable constraints in language production: Testing the transitivity assumption of Optimality Theory. Journal of Memory and Language, 42: 272-299.

12. Hualde, J.I., Smiljanic, R. and J. Cole. 1999. On the accented/unaccented distinction in Western Basque and the typology of Accentual Systems. In Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meetings of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.

11. Cole, J., J.I. Hualde, and K. Iskarous. 1999. Effects of Prosodic and Segmental Context on /g/-Lenition in Spanish. In O. Fujimura, B.D. Joseph, and B. Palek (eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Linguistics and Phonetics Conference, pp. 575-589. [Author's version]

10. Cole, J. 1998. Deconstructing metaphony. Rivista di Linguistica, 10: 69-98.

9. Cole, J. and J.I. Hualde 1998. The object of lexical acquisition: a UR-free model. In Proceedings of the 34th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society.

8. Cole, J. and C. Kisseberth. 1997. Restricting multi-level constraint evaluation: opaque rule interaction in Yawelmani vowel harmony. In K. Suzuki and D. Elzinga (eds.) Proceedings of the Arizona Phonology Conference, pp. 18-38.

7. Sevald, C., G. Dell and J. Cole. 1995. Syllable structure in speech production: are syllables chunks or schemas? Journal of Memory and Language, 34: 807-820.

6 Cole, J. and C. Kisseberth. 1995. Nasal harmony in Optimal Domains Theory. Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics, vol. 7: 44-58. California State University Department of Linguistics, Fresno.

5. Cole, J. and C. Kisseberth. 1995. Paradoxical strength conditions in harmony systems. In J. Beckman (ed.) Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Conference of the North-Eastern Linguistic Society, U Mass, Amherst, pp. 17-31.

4. Cole, J. and C. Kisseberth. 1995. An Optimal Domains Theory of vowel harmony. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 24: 101-114.

3. Cole, J. 1995. Eliminating cyclicity as a source of complexity in processing phonology. In J. Cole, J. Morgan, and G. Green (eds.) Linguistics and Computation, pp.255-280. Stanford: CSLI.

2. Cole, J. 1995. Cole, J. 1995. The cycle in phonological grammar. In J. Goldsmith (ed.), Handbook of Phonological Theory, pp. 70-113. Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell.

1. Cole, J. and J. Coleman. 1992. No need for cyclicity in generative phonology. In Proceedings of the 28th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society.

Downloadable slides and posters

S12. “Speech error evidence on the role of the vowel in syllable structure,” Poster presented with Erin Rusaw at the 85th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Pittsburgh. 2011, Jan. [poster.pdf]

S11. “Second-order phonotactic constraints based on speaker voice are learnable,” Poster presented with Karen Lichtman and Meryl Garrison at the Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology, Northwestern University. 2010, Oct. [Slides.pdf]

S10. "Prosodic variation as a phonetic precursor to diacronic vowel shift," with J.I. Hualde, Y. Mo, and H. Kim. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Los Angeles, California. Feb. 2010.[Slides.pdf]

S9. "Learning constraints that oppose native phonotactics from brief experience," with E. Rusaw, Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology, Indiana University, Oct. 2009. [Slides.pdf]

S8. "Emergent feature structures: Harmony systems in exemplar models of phonology," Indiana University Linguistics Colloquium, Sept. 2007. [Slides pdf]

S7. "Parsing Acoustic Variability as a Mechanism for Feature Abstraction," with Bob McMurray, Gary Linebaugh, and Cheyenne Munson, at the International Conference on “Where do Features Come From? Phonological Primitives in the Brain, the Mouth and the Ear,” Paris, Oct. 2007.

S6. "Complexity and perceptual factors in phonotactic learning," with Hahn Koo, 81st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, CA, Jan. 2007. [Slides pdf]

S5. "Converging Evidence for the Emergent Phonology of Harmony Systems,” Linguistics and Brain & Cognitive Sciences Colloquium, U Rochester. April 2006. [Slides pdf]

S4. "Intonational Distinctiveness of African American English," with E. Thomas, E Britt and E. Cogshall, NWAV 34, New York, NY, October 2005. [Slides pdf]

S3. "Evidence for a production bias in vowel harmony" Poster, 8th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Yale University, June 2002. [Poster ppt]

S2. "Exploring the link between grammar and speech processing," Johns Hopkins University Cognitive Science Colloquium, Nov. 2000. [Slides pdf]

S1. "Is Vowel Harmony Perceptually Motivated?" Poster presentation at the Seventh Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Nijmegan, Netherlands, 2000, July

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