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    • SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION OF PITCH RANGE IN GERMAN LEARNERS OF ENGLISH 

      Mennen, Ineke; Schaeffler, Felix; Dickie, Catherine (2014-06)
      This study examines pitch range production in the read speech of female German second language (L2) learners of English of moderate to advanced proficiency. The study set out to identify to what extent the learners deviated ...
    • Recording speech articulation in dialogue: Evaluating a synchronized double Electromagnetic Articulography setup 

      Geng, Christian C.; Turk, Alice; Scobbie, James M.; Macmartin, Cedric; Hoole, Philip; Richmond, Korin; Wrench, Alan A.; Pouplier, Marianne; Bard, Ellen Gurman; Campbell, Ziggy; Dickie, Catherine; Dubourg, Eddie; Hardcastle, William J.; Kainada, Evia; King, Simon; Lickley, Robin; Nakai, Satsuki; Renals, Steve; White, Kevin; Wiegand, Ronny (Elsevier, 2013-08-28)
      We demonstrate the workability of an experimental facility that is geared towards the acquisition of articulatory data from a variety of speech styles common in language use, by means of two synchronized electromagnetic ...
    • Revisiting the phonological deficit in dyslexia: are implicit non-orthographic representations impaired? 

      Dickie, Catherine; Ota, Mitsuhiko; Clark, Ann (Cambridge University Press, 2013-07)
      This study investigates whether developmental dyslexia involves an impairment in implicit phonological representations, as distinct from orthographic representations and metaphonological skills. A group of adults with ...
    • Speech recordings via the internet: An overview of the VOYS project in Scotland 

      Dickie, Catherine; Schaeffler, Felix; Draxler, Christoph; J_nsch, Klaus (International Speech Communication Association (ISCA), 2009)
      The VOYS (Voices of Young Scots) project aims to establish a speech database of adolescent Scottish speakers. This database will serve for speech recognition technology and sociophonetic research. 300 pupils will ultimately ...
    • The phonological deficit in developmental dyslexia : is there a suprasegmental component? 

      Dickie, Catherine; Ota, Mitsuhiko; Clark, Ann (2007-08)
      Adult dyslexics were tested on a range of tasks which were presented in two closely matched versions: a segmental version and a suprasegmental version. The tasks targeted phonological contrasts on one hand and the metalinguistic ...