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78. Reichel, U., Pörner, N., Nowack, D., Cole, J. 2015. Analysis and classification of cooperative and competitive dialogs. Proceedings of Interspeech, Dresden.

77. Kimball, A., Cole, J., Dell, G., Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. 2015. Categorical vs. episodic memory for pitch accents in English. Proceedings of the International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow.

76. Cole, J., Hualde, J.I., Eager, C. Mahrt, T. 2015. On the prominence of accent in stress reversal. Proceedings of the International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow.

75. Luchkina, T., Jyothi, P. Sharma, V., Cole, J. 2015. Prosodic and structural correlates of perceived prominence in Russian and Hindi.. Proceedings of the International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow.

74. Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Cole, J., Jyothi, P., Varshney, L. 2015. Models of dataset size, question design, and cross-language speech perception for speech crowdsourcing applications Laboratory Phonology, 6:3-4, 381-431.

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

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

71. Mahrt, T., Cole, J. 2014. 2014. The Contribution of Individual Acoustic Cues to the Perception of Focal Prominence. Laboratory Phonology 14, Tokyo. [poster]

70. Cole, J., Hualde, J.I., Mahrt, T., Eager, C., Im, S. 2014. The perception of phrasal prominence in conversational speech. Laboratory Phonology 14, Tokyo. [poster]

69. Cole, J, Hualde, J.I. 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.

68. 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.

67. Jyothi, P., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Puri, V. 2014. An investigation of prosody in Hindi narrative speech. Speech Prosody 7, Dublin.

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

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

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

63. Mahrt, T., Cole, J., Fleck, M., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2012. F0 and the Perception of Prominence. Interspeech 2012, Portland, OR. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

62. Mixdorff, H., Cole, J., Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. 2012. Prosodic similarity--evidence from an imitation study. Speech Prosody 2012, Shanghai.

61. Mahrt, T., Cole, J., Fleck, M., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2012. Modeling speaker variation in cues to prominence using the Bayesian information criterion. Poster presented at Speech Prosody 2012, Shanghai, China. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

60. Cole, J., Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. 2011. "The phonology and phonetics of perceived prosody: What do listeners imitate?" Interspeech 2011, Florence, Italy.

59. Mahrt, T., Huang, J., Mo, Y., Fleck, M., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Cole, J. 2011. Optimal models of prosodic prominence using the Bayesian information criterion. Interspeech 2011, Florence, Italy. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

58. Rusaw. E., Cole, J. 2011. Speech error evidence on the role of the vowel in syllable structure. Poster presented at the 85th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Pittsburgh. (NIH HD044458) [poster]

57. Mo, Y., Cole, J. 2011. Uniformity and variability among speakers in the acoustic encoding of prosody in spontaneous speech. Poster presented at the Very-Large Scale Phonetics Workshop, University of Pennsylvania. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

56. Mahrt, T., Huang, J., Mo, Y., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Fleck, M. 2011. Feature sets for the automatic detection of prosodic prominence. Poster presented at the Very-Large Scale Phonetics Workshop, University of Pennsylvania. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

55. Cole, J., Shattuck-Hufnagel, S., Mixdorff, H. 2011. Are listeners sensitive to the phonological form of prosody or its phonetic encoding? Poster presented at the 2nd Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Prosody, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. [poster]

54. Mo, Y., Cole, J. 2010. Modeling perceived prosody: speaker-dependent vs. speaker-independent model. Poster presented at Laboratory Phonology 12, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

53. 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. (NSF IIS 07-03624)

52. 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. (NSF IIS 07-03624)

51. Mo, Y., Cole, J. 2010. Perception of prosodic boundaries in spontaneous speech with and without silent pause. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127: 1956. (NSF IIS 07-03624)

50. Huang, J., Huang, P., Mo, Y., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Cole, J. 2010. Prosody-Dependent Acoustic Modeling Using Variable-Parameter Hidden Markov Models. Speech Prosody 2010, Chicago, IL. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

49. Cole, J., Hualde, J., Blasingame, M., Mo, Y. 2010. Shifting Chicago vowels: prosody and sound change. Speech Prosody 2010, Chicago, IL (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

48. Mo, Y., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2010. Prosodic effects on temporal structure of monosyllabic CVC words in American English. Speech Prosody 2010, Chicago, IL. (NSF IIS 07-03624) [poster]

47. Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Cole, J., Chen, K., Partha, L., Juneja, A., Yoon, T., Borys, S., Zhuang, X. 2009. Prosodic Hierarchy as an organizing framework for the sources of context in phone-based and articulatory-feature-based speech recognition. In Tseng, S. (ed.), Linguistic Patterns of Spontaneous Speech, Special Issue of Language and Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan: Academica Sinica, pp. 101-128. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 07-03624)

46. Mo, Y., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2009. Effects of prosody on vowel production: Evidence from formant structure. Interspeech 2009, Brighton, UK. (NSF IIS 07-03624)

45. Yoon, T., Zhuang, X., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2009. Voice quality dependent speech recognition. In Tseng, S. (ed.), Linguistic Patterns of Spontaneous Speech, Special Issue of Language and Linguistics. Taipei, Taiwan: Academica Sinica, pp. 77-100.

44. Mo, Y., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2009. How do ordinary listeners perceive prosodic prominence? Syntagmatic vs. Paradigmatic comparison. Poster presented at the 157th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Portland, Oregon. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 0703624) [poster]

43. Mo, Y. 2009. F0 max and formants (F1, F2) as perceptual cues for naïve listeners’ prominence perception. Poster presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 0703624) [ppt]

42. Mo, Y. 2008. Acoustic correlates of prosodic prominence for naïve listeners of American English. In Proceedings of the 34th Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 0703624)

41. Cole, J., Goldstein, L., Katsika, A., Mo, Y., Nava, E., Tiede, M. 2008. Perceived prosody: phonetic bases of prominence and boundaries. Poster presented at the 156th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. (NSF IIS 0703624) [poster]

40. [See #53] Cole, J., Mo, Y., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2008. Signal-based and expectation-based factors in the perception of prosodic prominence. Presented at Laboratory Phonology 11, Wellington, New Zealand. (NSF IIS 0703624)

39. [Superceded by #52] Cole, J. Mo, Y., Baek, S. 2008. The role of syntactic structure in guiding prosody perception with ordinary listeners and everyday speech. Presented at the Experimental & Theoretical Approaches to Prosody, Cornell U, Ithaca, NY. (NSF IIS 0703624)

38. Yoon, T., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2008. Detecting Non-modal Phonation in Telephone Speech. Speech Prosody 2008, Campinas, Brazil. (NSF 0414117)

37. Mo, Y., Cole, J., & Lee, E-K., 2008. Naïve listeners' prominence and boundary perception. In Speech Prosody 2008, Campinas, Brazil. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 07-03624)

36. Mo, Y., 2008. Duration and intensity as perceptual cues for naïve listeners’ prominence and boundary perception. In Speech Prosody 2008, Campinas, Brazil. (NSF 0414117; NSF IIS 07-03624)

35. Cole, J., Thomas, E., Britt, E., Coggshall, E. 2008. Gender and ethnicity in intonation: A case study of North Carolina English. Ms. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and North Carolina State University.

34. Mo, Y., Cole, J., Lee, E.K. 2008. Prosody perception by naïve listeners: Evidence from a large multi-transcriber reliability study. Poster presented at the 82nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Chicago. (NSF 0414117) [poster]

33. Cole, J., Kim, H., Choi, H. and Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2007. Prosodic effects on acoustic cues to stop voicing and place of articulation: Evidence from Radio News speech. Journal of Phonetics 35: 180-209. (Illinois CRI)

32. Ken Chen, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Jennifer Cole. 2007. A Factored Language Model for Prosody-Dependent Speech Recognition, Speech Synthesis and Recognition, Vedran Kordic, Ed., Advanced Robotic Systems. (NSF 0132900)

31. Yoon, T., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2007. On the edge: Acoustic cues to layered prosodic domains. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrucken, Germany, pp. 1017-1020. (NSF 0414117)

30. Yoon, T.; Zhuang, X.; Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2007. Voice quality dependent speech recognition, In Tseng, S. (Ed.), Linguistic Patterns of Spontaneous Speech, Special Issue of Language and Linguistics, Academica Sinica. (NSF 0414117)

29. Mo, Y., Cole, J., Lee, E.K. 2007. Prosody perception by naïve listeners: Evidence from a large multi-transcriber reliability study. Presented at the Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology, Ohio State University. (NSF 0414117). [ppt]

28. Gorman, K., Cole, J., Hasegawa-Johnson, M., Fleck, M. 2007. Automatic Detection of Turn-taking Cues in Spontaneous Speech. Presented at the 81st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, California. (NSF 0414117). [ppt]

27. Yoon, Tae-Jin, Cole, Jennifer. 2006. Downstep in American English in categorical and predictable. Presented at the 10th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Paris. (NSF 0414117) [abstract | poster]

26. Yoon, Tae-Jin. 2006. Predicting Prosodic Boundaries using Linguistic Features. Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden. (NSF 0414117)

25. Lee, E-K., Cole, J., Kim, H. 2006. Additive effects of phrase boundary on English accented vowels. Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden. (NSF 0414117)

24. Kim, H., Yoon, T., Cole, J., and Hasegawa-Johnson, M. 2006. Acoustic differentiation of L- and L-L% in Switchboard and Radio News speech. Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden. (NSF 0414117)

23. Lee, E-K., and Cole, J. 2006. Acoustic effects of prosodic boundary on vowels in American English. Proceedings of the 42nd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago, IL. (NSF 0414117)

22. Heejin Kim, Eun-Kyung Lee, & Jennifer Cole. 2006. Acoustical effects of prosodic prominence on vowels in American English. Presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America, Albuquerque, NM. (NSF 0414117) [ppt]

21. Tae-Jin Yoon, Jennifer Cole, & Heejin Kim. 2006. Levels of Prosodic Phrasing: Acoustic Evidence from Read & Spontaneous Speech Corpora. Presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America, Albuquerque, NM. (NSF 0414117) [ppt]

20. Ken Chen, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Aaron Cohen, Sarah Borys, Sung-Suk Kim, Jennifer Cole and Jeung-Yoon Choi. 2006. Prosody Dependent Speech Recognition on Radio News Corpus of American English. IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing, 14(1):232-245. (NSF 0132900; Illinois CRI)

19. Taejin Yoon. 2005. Mapping Syntax and Prosody. Midwest Computational Linguistics Colloquium, Columbus, OH, 2005 (NSF 0414117)

18. Heejin Kim & Jennifer Cole. 2005. Acoustic expansion of accented vowels in American English. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America (LSA), Oakland, CA. (NSF 0414117) [ppt]

17. Heejin Kim & Jennifer Cole. 2005. The stress foot as a unit of planned timing evidence from shortening in the prosodic phrase. Interspeech 2005, Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 2365-2368.

16. Choi, J-Y., Hasegawa-Johnson, M. and Cole, J. 2005. Finding intonational boundaries using acoustic cues related to the voice source. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118(4):2579-88. (Illinois CRI)

15. Cole, Jennifer, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Chilin Shih, Eun-Kyung Lee, Heejin Kim, H. Lu, Yoonsook Mo, Tae-Jin Yoon. 2005. Prosodic Parallelism as a Cue to Repetition and Hesitation Disfluency, Proceedings of DISS'05 (An ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop), Aix-en-Provence, France, pp. 53-58 (NSF 0414117)

14. Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Ken Chen, Jennifer Cole, Sarah Borys, Sung-Suk Kim, Aaron Cohen, Tong Zhang, Jeung-Yoon Choi, Heejin Kim, Taejin Yoon, and Sandra Chavarria. 2005. Simultaneous Recognition of Words and Prosody in the Boston University Radio Speech Corpus. Speech Communication, 46(3-4):418-439. (NSF 0132900, Illinois CRI)

13. Yoon, Tae-Jin, Cole, Jennifer, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, and Chilin Shih. 2005. Acoustic correlates of non-modal phonation in telephone speech, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 117(4), p. 2621 (NSF 0414117) [poster]

12. Yoon, Tae-Jin, Heejin Kim, and Sandra Chavarría. 2004. Local Acoustic Cues Distinguishing Two Levels of prosodic Phrasing: Speech Corpus Evidence. Presented at the 9th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. [poster]

11. Sarah Borys, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Ken Chen, and Aaron Cohen. 2004. Modeling and Recognition of Phonetic and Prosodic Factors for Improvements to Acoustic Speech Recognition Models. International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, (Interspeech 2004), Jeju, Korea, pp. 3013-3016 (NSF 0132900, Illinois CRI)

10. Yoon, T., S. Chavarria, J. Cole, and M. Hasegawa-Johnson. 2004. Intertranscriber Reliability of Prosodic Labeling on Telephone Conversation Using ToBI. International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech 2004), Jeju, Korea, pp. 2729-2732. (Illinois CRI)

9. Chavarria, S., T. Yoon, J. Cole, and M. Hasegawa-Johnson. 2004. Acoustic differentiation of ip and IP Boundary Levels: Comparison of L- and L-L% in the Switchboard Corpus. Speech Prosody 2004, Nara, Japan, pp. 333-336. (Illinois CRI)

8. Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Jennifer Cole, Chilin Shih, Ken Chen, Aaron Cohen, Sandra Chavarria, Heejin Kim, Taejin Yoon, Sarah Borys, and Jeung-Yoon Choi. 2004. Speech Recognition Models of the Interdependence Among Syntax, Prosody, and Segmental Acoustics, Human Language Technologies: Meeting of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (HLT/NAACL), Spoken Language Understanding for Conversational Systems and Higher Level Linguistic Information for Speech Processing, pp. 56-63. (NSF 0414117)

7. Ken Chen, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, Aaron Cohen, and Jennifer Cole. 2004. A Maximum Likelihood Prosody Recognizer, Speech Prosody 2004, Nara, Japan, pp. 509-512 (NSF 0132900; Illinois CRI)

6. Kim, H., J. Cole, H. Choi, and M. Hasegawa-Johnson. 2004. The Effect of Accent on Acoustic Cues to Stop Voicing and Place of Articulation in Radio News Speech. Speech Prosody 2004, Nara, Japan, pp. 29-32. (Illinois CRI)

5. Yuexi Ren, Sung-Suk Kim, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson, and Jennifer Cole. 2004. Speaker-Independent Automatic Detection of Pitch Accent, Speech Prosody 2004, Nara, Japan, pp. 521-524 (NSF 0085980)

4. Ken Chen, Mark Hasegawa-Johnson and Jennifer Cole. 2003. Prosody Dependent Speech Recognition on Radio News, IEEE Workshop on Statistical Signal Processing, St. Louis, MO. (Illinois CRI). Superceded by publication #20: Chen et al. 2006.

3. K. Chen, M. Hasegawa-Johnson, A. Cohen, S. Borys, and J. Cole. 2003. Prosody Dependent Speech Recognition with Explicit Duration Modelling at Intonational Phrase Boundaries. 8th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech 2003), Geneva, 393-396. (Illinois CRI)

2. Jennifer Cole, Hansook Choi, and Heejin Kim. 2003. Acoustic evidence for the effect of accent on CV coarticulation in Radio News speech, In Agwuele, A., Warrent, W., and Park, S. (eds.), Proceedings of the 2003 Texas Linguistic Conference, pp. 62-72. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. (Illinois CRI)

1. H. Choi, J. Cole, H. Kim, and M. Hasegawa-Johnson. 2003. The Effect of Accent on the Acoustic Cues to Stop Voicing in Radio News Speech, International Conference on Phonetic Sciences, pp. 2665-2668. Barcelona. (Illinois CRI)

 

 

 

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