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.
Check out the vita tab for a list of publications and presentations.
Recent and upcoming
- Sun-Ah Jun and I recently published in a paper in JASA: "Perceptual integration of pitch and duration: prosodic and psychoacoustic influences in speech perception." Check it out here.
- ASA 2019: The following posters will be presented by myself and collaborators at ASA Fall 2019:
In collaboration with Hironori Katsuda: Exploring the influence of intonational structure on perception of contrastive vowel length in Tokyo Japanese.
In collaboration with Megha Sundara: Biphone probability and neighborhood density effects on phonetic categorization.
And, Influences of preceding speech rate and prosodic position on listeners’ perception of durational cues.
- LSA 2020: I will be presenting a talk in collaboration with Sun-Ah Jun entitled: Prosodic cues facilitate speech rate normalization: exploring listener sensitivity to prosody in speech perception. [abstract link]
- My paper "Phrase-final lengthening modulates listeners’ perception of vowel duration as a cue to coda stop voicing." is recently out in JASA. Check it out here.