Hoyoung Yi, Rajka Smiljanic and Bharath Chandrasekaran (2019). The Effect of Talker and Listener Depressive Symptoms on Speech Intelligibility. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 1-13
Rajka will be giving a talk at the Linguistics Colloquy in the Linguistics Department at Kansas University on Thursday, November 21, 2019, 4 – 6PM, Blake Hall, Room 206:
Rajka is giving a talk at the Acoustics Seminar (Cockrell School of Engineering) this Friday November 8, 2019 @4pm, ETC 2.136. Come join us!
Our second year PhD student, Zhe-Chen Guo, presented two papers at the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2019) in Melbourne in August:
Luis De La Cruz, who was with us in the lab for 2 years, just graduated with a double major in English and Linguistics. Congrats! Now he is off to the Rio Grande Valley to teach with the Teach for America program.
The same week, Jailyn paid us a visit! Jailyn was with us in the lab for a year and she just completed her first year of Ph.D. program at NYU.
Plenty happened at the Louisville meeting: we celebrated the ASA’s 90th anniversary, Sandie presented a poster (see the lay-language article), Rajka was officially introduced as Fellow of the society, and we practiced all the acceptable ways to pronounce Looavul. #ASA177
We celebrated the end of a great year. Our lab veteran, Irene, who was with us for 4 years and graduate last semester, joined us in celebrating the beginning of the summer!
Sandie presented “Memory for speech of varying intelligibility” at the 2019 UT Conference on Learning and Memory
Our lab was well represented at various research events at UT this April. Luis, Gabby and Frida presented “Speaking clearly can improve listener memory”. Our Dean, Randy Diehl, stopped by our poster during the Linguistics Research Showcase.