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A Group of People Curious About Patterns in Speech.

Speech is grounded in the relation between how we perceive sound and how we control articulation. Students and faculty in the Cornell Phonetics Lab conduct research to better understand how speech patterns arise and change over time.


Research Spotlight

Temporal differences between high vowels and glides are more robust than spatial difference

2021

Functional Load modulates speech production, but not speech perception: Evidence from Thai vowel length

2021

Seung Eun Kim

The Prosody of Contrastive Topic in Korean

2020


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Our Students

Anna (Seo Gyeong) Choi

Grad Student

203 Morrill Hall

Nianpo Su

Grad Student

203 Morrill Hall

Fengyue (Lisa) Zhao

Grad Student

203 Morrill Hall


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2nd December 2022 12:20 PM

Phonetics Lab Meeting

This is the first of our ICPH (International Congress of Phonetics Sciences) paper workshops.

 

Please prepare at least one figure of your ICPhS paper for discussion - it would also be great to prepare the whole draft too!

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Location: B11, Morrill Hall

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  • Francesco Burroni successfully defends his dissertation

    22nd November 2022

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  • Seung-Eun Kim successfully defends her dissertation

    21st November 2022

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  • Sireemas Maspong successfully defends her dissertation

    14th November 2022

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The Cornell Phonetics Lab welcomes students with diverse backgrounds and interests. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to read more about the Cornell Linguistics Department application procedures.