A copy of the abstract submitted to the ASA and presented at the conference.
A High-Quality PDF of our poster.
This is a zip file containing the two continuua shown on the poster, giving a good impression of the sound of the stimuli and the perceptual impressions of gradient nasality.
Because this is still alpha software, we’ve elected not to make the script publicly available yet, but you’re welcome to email william (dot) styler (at) colorado (dot) edu if you’re interested, and we can talk further about your goals and whether the script would work well for your needs.
Scarborough, R., Styler, W., & Zellou, G. (2011). Nasal Coarticulation in Lexical Perception: The Role of Neighborhood-Conditioned Variation. In ICPhs XVII (pp. 1–4). Presented at the ICPhs XVII Conference, Hong Kong.
A poster presented at the Testing Models of Phonetics and Phonology workshop at the LSA Institute 2011 discussing the first of the two experiments implemented. Abstract