Jeremy Steffman

UCLA Linguistics

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


I'm a PhD candidate in the Dept. of Linguistics at UCLA and a member of the UCLA Phonetics Lab.

I'm interested in phonetics, speech perception, prosody, and psycholinguistics. My central research program focuses on how prosodic/intonational structure, and its phonetic correlates, influence speech processing. I seek to address questions such as:

More generally, I'm interested in describing phonetic structure and patterns in language, mostly from acoustic data.

Check out the vita tab for a full list of publications and presentations. Scroll down for a list of recent activities, and some current projects. Don't hesitate to email me for pdfs of any posters or slides.

Recent and upcoming

Other current projects