Jeremy Steffman

PhD student, UCLA Deparment of Linguistics

UCLA Dept. of Linguistics
3125 Campbell Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543

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I'm a fourth year graduate student in the Department of Linguistics at UCLA and a member of the UCLA Phonetics Lab. I'm primarily interested in prosody and speech perception.

More specifically, I'm interested in how listeners process segmental and prosodic cues in speech, with a focus on how prosodic context and cues that signal prosodic/intonational structure mediate listeners’ interpretation of segmental contrasts. My research along these lines has focused on the perception of durational cues in speech as influenced by temporally organized prosodic patterns.

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