Programme

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All the individual papers below have two pages with bibliographical information attached, to make citing, registering (in DiVA etc) simpler. Technically, those two pages should "go first", but in order to make the title and author(s) more instantly acceptable I decided to do it the wrong way. Should any of the authors feel that they want it the right way, and cannot do it themselves, don't hesitate to contact me and I will fix a new version for you. /RE

Day 1 – Friday 18 August 2017


Opening

1300–1315

Organizers

Welcome session


Keynote
Robert Eklund


1315–1415


Jens Allwood


Disfluency or fluency?
[pdf]


Hesitation 1
Kikuo Maekawa


1430–1500


Simon Betz, Robert Eklund & Petra Wagner


Prolongation in German
[pdf]

 

1500–1530

Mária Gósy & Robert Eklund

Segment prolongation in Hungarian
[pdf]

 

1530–1600

Malte Belz

Glottal filled pauses in German
[pdf]


Coffee

1600–1630

On location

 


Hesitation 2
Peter Howell


1630–1700


Loulou Kosmala & Aliyah Morgenstern


A preliminary study of hesitation phenomena in L1 and L2 productions: A multimodal approach
[pdf]

 

1700–1730

Kikuo Maekawa, Ken’ya Nishikawa & Shu-Chuan Tseng

Phonetic characteristics of Filled Pauses: A preliminary comparison between Japanese and Chinese
[pdf]

 

1730–1900

Ralph Rose

Silent and filled pauses and speech planning in first and second language production
[pdf]

Dinner

1900–

Dinner out, at own expense

 



Day 2 – Saturday 19 August 2017


Dialogue & polylogue
Ralph Rose


1000–1030


Emer Gilmartin, Carl Vogel & Nick Campbell


Disfluency in chat and chunk phases of multiparty
casual talk
[pdf]

 

1030–1100

Vered Silber-Varod & Anat Lerner

Analysis of silences in unbalanced dialogues:
The effect of genre and role
[pdf]


Coffee

1100–1130

On location

 


Psycholinguistics
Vered Silber-Varod


1130–1200


Sieb Nooteboom & & Hugo Quené


The time-course of self-monitoring within words and utterances
[pdf]


 

1200–1230

Jillian Donahue, Christine Schoepfer & Robin Lickley

The effects of repetition and speech rate on recall accuracy in a discourse listening task
[pdf]


 

1230–1300

Megan Drevets & Robin Lickley

A psycholinguistic exploration of disfluency behavior during the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon
[pdf]


Lunch

1300–1500

At own expense; those who want can join at Restaurant Harpaviljongen (near KTH)


Disorders
Sieb Nooteboom


1500–1530


Peter Howell, Kaho Yoshikawa, Kevin Tang, John Harris & Clarissa Sorger


Intervention for word-finding difficulty for children with diverse language background when they start school
[pdf]

 

1530–1600

Axel Bergström, Martin Johansson & Robert Eklund

Differences in production of disfluencies in children with typical language development and children with mixed receptive-expressive language disorder
[pdf]

End discussion
Robin Lickley


1600–1700


Everyone


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