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A Sound Approach to Language Matters: In Honor of Ocke-Schwen Bohn

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Added 2019-05-16
ISBN-13: 978-87-7507-440-2
doi: 10.7146/aul.322.218

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A Sound Approach to Language Matters: In Honor of Ocke-Schwen Bohn

Anne Mette Nyvad, Michaela Hejná, Anders Højen, Anna Bothe Jespersen, Mette Hjortshøj Sørensen (Volume editor)

The contributions in this Festschrift were written by Ocke’s current and former PhD-students, colleagues and research collaborators. The Festschrift is divided into six sections, moving from the smallest building blocks of language, through gradually expanding objects of linguistic inquiry to the highest levels of description - all of which have formed a part of Ocke’s career, in connection with his teaching and/or his academic productions: “Segments”, “Perception of Accent”, “Between Sounds and Graphemes”, “Prosody”, “Morphology and Syntax” and “Second Language Acquisition”. Each one of these illustrates a sound approach to language matters.

About the Volume editor: Anne Mette Nyvad

Anne Mette Nyvad currently works at the English Department, Aarhus University, where she does research in corpus linguistics, language acquisition, language processing and second language acquisition. Her current project is 'The Acquisition of Complex Syntax in Autism.'

About the Volume editor: Michaela Hejná

No biography available at this time.

About the Volume editor: Anders Højen

No biography available at this time.

About the Volume editor: Anna Bothe Jespersen

No biography available at this time.

About the Volume editor: Mette Hjortshøj Sørensen

No biography available at this time.

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Production and Perception of Korean Word-level Prominence by Older and Younger Korean Speakers

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  • A Sound Approach to Language Matters
  • PAM Revisits the Articulatory Organ Hypothesis:
  • Paa, Paa Plack Sheep: Discrimination of L2 Stop Voicing Contrasts in the Absence of L1 Stop Voicing Distinctions
  • Acoustic Comparison of Mandarin and Danish Postalveolars
  • Normalization of the Natural Referent Vowels
  • Assessing the Effect of Perceptual Training on L2 Vowel Identifi cation, Generalization and Long-term Effects
  • Perception of Brazilian Portuguese Nasal Vowels by Danish Listeners
  • Accent Matters in Perception of Voice Similarity
  • The Four Troublemakers in Danish Orthography
  • Northumbrian Rounded Vowels in the Old English Gloss to the Lindisfarne Gospels
  • Native and Non-native English Speakers’ Assessment of Nuclear Stress Produced by Chinese Learners of English
  • Effects of Semantic Information and Segmental Familiarity on Learning Lexical Tone
  • Focus on Consonants: Prosodic Prominence and the Fortis-Lenis Contrast in English
  • Production and Perception of Korean Word-level Prominence by Older and Younger Korean Speakers
  • Comparing Monosyllabic and Disyllabic Training in Perceptual Learning of Mandarin Tone
  • Pitch Accents as Multiparametric Confi gurations of Prosodic Features
  • A Sound Approach to Text Processing: Between Experiments and Experience
  • On the Need for Experimental Syntax
  • An Experimental Approach to the Conrad Phenomenon
  • Ungrammatical Sentences Have Syntactic Representations too
  • Why German is not an SVO-language but an SOV-language with V2
  • The Logical Problem of Language Acquisition Revisited: Insights from Error Patterns in Typical and Atypical Development
  • Contributions of Cognitive Attention Control to L2 Speech Learning
  • A Non-critical Period for Second-language Learning
  • Improvement in Young Adults’ Second-language Pronunciation after Short-term Immersion
  • Understanding Vowel Perception Biases – It’ s Time to Take a Meta-analytic Approach
  • Second and Third Language Immersion Students’ Pronunciation in Foreign Language English Oral Reading
  • PAM-L2 and Phonological Category Acquisition in the Foreign Language Classroom
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