Congratulations to our faculty and students presenting at the 177the ASA meeting

Congratulation to our faculty and undergraduate students presenting their research at the 177th Acoustical Society of America meeting, Louisville, May 13-17, 2019!

Congratulation to our faculty and undergraduate students presenting their research at the 177th Acoustical Society of America meeting, Louisville, May 13-17, 2019!

The 177th ASA Meeting Committee:

  • Chair: Dr. Zahorik
  • Technical Program Chair: Dr. Stilp
  • Student Coordinator: Dr. Kondaurova

See full abstracts of invited talks and poster presentations (external website PDF).

Dr. Zahorik

4aPP22. Reverberation detection threshold estimates in normal-hearing listeners. Pavel Zahorik and James Shehorn.

4aPP32. Selective deficits in a clinical population with self-reported hearing difficulties but normal audiometric thresholds. James Shehorn, Olaf Strelcyk, and Pavel Zahorik.

Dr. Stilp

3aPP3. An individual differences approach to acoustic context effects in speech categorization. Christian Stilp.

3pPPb5. Earlier music biases subsequent musical instrument categori-zation. Joshua M. Lanning and Christian Stilp

Christian Stilp standing with his display

3pSC11. Effects of pitch contour and speaking rate on perception of foreign-accented speech. Rebecca F. Davis, Melissa M. Baese-Berk and Christian Stilp

Prof. Kondaurova

4pSC2. Effects of talker variability on categorization of spectrally degraded vowels. Emily Dickey and Christian Stilp

Christian Stilp standing with his display

Dr. Kondaurova

2aSCb4. Temporal coordination of vocal turn taking between mothers and their children with hearing loss. Maria V. Kondaurova, Nicholas A. Smith, Qi Zheng, Jessa Reed, and Mary K. Fagan.

2pSC14. Infant-directed speech register in children with and without hearing loss. Maria V. Kondaurova, Kaelin Kinney, Abigail Betts, Lindsay Nolan, and Mark VanDam.

Prof. Kondaurova

Kondourova