KEITH JOHNSON

Department of Linguistics
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
(510) 643-7617
keithjohnson@berkeley.edu


Education

1988 Ph.D. in Linguistics, Ohio State University
1985 M.A. in Linguistics, Ohio State University


Positions Held

2005 - present Professor, Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley
2002 - 2004 Professor, Department of Linguistics, OSU
2001 (spring) Acting Chair, Department of Linguistics, OSU
2000 (spring) Acting Chair, Department of Linguistics, OSU
1998 (autumn) Acting Associate Director, Center for Cognitive Science, OSU
1997 - 2002 Associate Professor, Department of Linguistis, OSU
1993 - 1997 Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, OSU
1992 - 1993 Assistant Professor, Department of Biocommunication
University of Alabama at Birmingham
1991 - 1992 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, UCLA
1990 - 1991 Post-doctoral Trainee, Department of Linguistics, UCLA
Supervisors: Patricia Keating & Peter Ladefoged
1988 - 1990 Post-doctoral Trainee, Psychology Department, Indiana University
Supervisor: David Pisoni


Books

Ladefoged, P. & Johnson, K. (2015) A Course in Phonetics 7th edition. Cengage Learning. See also the Course web page

Johnson, K. (2008) Quantitative Methods in Linguistics Oxford: Blackwell.

Johnson, K. (2002) Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics. 2nd Edition (1st edition, 1997). Oxford: Blackwell.

Hume, E. & Johnson, K. eds. (2001) The Role of Speech Perception in Phonology. New York: Academic Press.

Johnson, K. & Mullennix, J.W. eds. (1997) Talker Variability in Speech Processing. San Diego: Academic Press.

Bissantz, A & Johnson, K., eds. (1985) Language Files: Materials for an Introduction to Language. (3rd Edition). Reynoldsburg, OH: Advocate Publishing Group. Relatively minor revisions of the popular book of course materials.


Articles

Bouchard KE, Mesgarani N, Johnson K, Chang EF. (2013) Functional organization of human sensorimotor cortex for speech articulation. Nature 495(7441), 327-32.

Gahl, Susanne; Johnson, Keith & Yao, Yao. (2012) Why reduce? Phonological neighborhood density and phonetic reduction in spontaneous speech Journal of Memory and Language 66, 789-806.

Katseff, Shira; Houde, John; and Johnson, Keith (2012) Partial compensation for altered auditory feedback: A tradeoff with somatosensory feedback? Language and Speech 55, 295-308.

Fon, J.; Johnson, K. & Chen, S. (2011) Durational patterning at syntactic and discourse boundaries in Mandarin spontaneous speech. Language and Speech 54, 5-32.

Johnson, K. (2011) Ilse Lehiste Obituary. Language 87(2), 384-389.

Chang, Edward; Rieger, Jochem; Johnson, Keith; et al. (2010) Categorical speech representation in human superior temporal gyrus. Nature Neuroscience 13, 1428-U169.

Haung, Tsan & Johnson, K. (2010) Language specificity in speech perception: Perception of Mandarin tones by native and nonnative listeners. Phonetica 67, 243-267.

Johnson, K. & Babel, M. (2010) On the perceptual basis of distinctive features: Evidence from the perception of fricatives by Dutch and English speakers. Journal of Phonetics 38, 127-136.

Ettlinger, Marc, & Johnson, K. (2009) Vowel discrimination by English, French and Turkish speakers: Evidence for an exemplar-based approach to speech perception. Phonetica 66, 222-242.

Heeringa W, Johnson K, Gooskens C (2009) Measuring Norwegian dialect distances using acoustic features. Speech Communication 51(2), 167-183.

Tilsen, S. & Johnson, K. (2008) Low-frequency Fourier analysis of speech rhythm. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124(2), EL34-EL39.

Johnson, K. (2006) Resonance in an exemplar-based lexicon: The emergence of social identity and phonology. Journal of Phonetics 34, 485-499.

Pitt, M.A., Johnson, K., Hume, E., Kiesling, S., Raymond, W. (2005) The Buckeye corpus of conversational speech: labeling conventions and a test of transcriber reliability. Speech Communication 45 (1), 89-95,

Johnson, K., Flemming, E., Wright, R. (2004) Response to Whalen et al. Language 80 (4), 646-648.

Fon, J., Johnson, K. (2004) Syllable onset intervals as an indicator of discourse and syntactic boundaries in Taiwan Mandarin. Language and Speech 47, 57-82.

Johnson, K. (2004) Aligning phonetic transcriptions with their citation forms. Acoustics Research Letters On-line. 5, 19-24. You can also download the distance matrix described in this paper.

Martin, J. & Johnson, K. (2002) An acoustic study of "tonal accent" in Creek. International Journal of American Linguistics 68, 28-50.

Johnson, K. & Martin, J. (2001) Acoustic vowel reduction in Creek: Effects of distinctive length and position in the word. Phonetica. 58, 81-102.

Johnson, K. (2000) Adaptive dispersion in vowel perception. Phonetica. 57, 181-188.

Johnson, K., Strand, E.A. & D'Imperio, M. (1999) Auditory-visual integration of talker gender in vowel perception. Journal of Phonetics. 27, 359-384.

McDonough, J. & Johnson, K. (1998) Tamil liquids. Journal of the International Phonetic Association. 27, 1-26.

Oh, M. & Johnson, K. (1997) A phonetic study of Korean intervocalic laryngeal consonants. Journal of Speech Sciences (Korean Association of Speech Sciences), 1, 83-101.

Mullennix, J.W., Johnson, K., Topcu-Durgun, M. & Farnsworth, L.M. (1995) The perceptual representation of voice gender. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 98: 3080-3095.

Johnson, K. & Ralston, J.V. (1994) Automaticity in speech perception: Some speech / nonspeech comparisons. Phonetica 51: 195-209.

Johnson, K., Flemming, E. & Wright, R. (1993) The hyperspace effect: Phonetic targets are hyperarticulated. Language. 69:505-528.

Johnson, K., Ladefoged, P. & Lindau, M. (1993) Individual differences in vowel production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 94: 701-714.

Johnson, K. (1991) Differential effects of speaker and vowel variability on fricative perception. Language and Speech. 34: 265-279.

Johnson, K., Pisoni, D. & Bernacki, R. (1990) Do voice recordings reveal whether a person is intoxicated?: A case study. Phonetica. 47: 215-237.

Johnson, K. (1990) The role of perceived speaker identity in F0 normalization of vowels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 88: 642-654.

Johnson, K. (1990) Contrast and normalization in vowel perception. Journal of Phonetics. 18: 229-254.

Summers, V. Johnson, K., Pisoni, D. and Bernacki, R. (1989) Addendum to 'Effects of noise on speech production: Acoustic and perceptual analyses' JASA 84:917-928. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 86: 1717-1721.

Johnson, K. (1989) Higher formant normalization results from auditory integration of F2 and F3. Perception and Psychophysics. 46, 174-180.


Reviews

Johnson, K. (2007) Review of Phonetic Data Analysis by Peter Ladefoged. Language 83(1), 191-194.

Johnson, K. (2002) Review of Vowels and Consonants by Peter Ladefoged. Phonology 19, 1-5.

Johnson, K. (1993) Review of Auditory Scene Analysis by Albert Bregman. Journal of Phonetics 21, 491-496

Johnson, K. (1992) Review of Speech Physiology, Speech Perception, and Acoustic Phonetics by P. Lieberman and S.E. Blumstein. Journal of Phonetics 20, 172-174.


Chapters in Edited Books

Garrett, Andrew & Keith Johnson (2012). Phonetic bias in sound change. In Alan Yu (ed.), Origins of sound change: Approaches to phonologization. Oxford University Press. pp. 51-97

Dimov, Sevtlin, Shira Katseff & Keith Johnson (2012). Social and parsonality variables in compensation for altered auditory feedback. In Maria-Josep Solé and Daniel Recasens (eds.), The initiation of sound change: Perception, production, and social factors. John Benjamins Publishing. pp. 185-210

Boomershine, Amanda, Kathleen Currie Hall, Elizabeth Hume & Keith Johnson (2008). The impact of allophony vs. contrast on speech perception. In P. Avery, E. Dresher & K. Rice (eds.), Contrast in Phonology: Perception and Acquisition. New York: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 143-172

Johnson, K. (2007) Decisions and Mechanisms in Exemplar-based Phonology. In Sole, M.J., Beddor, P. & Ohala, M. (eds) Experimental Approaches to Phonology. In Honor of John Ohala. Oxford University Press. pp. 25-40.

Johnson, K. (2005) Speaker Normalization in speech perception. In Pisoni, D.B. & Remez, R. (eds) The Handbook of Speech Perception. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers. pp. 363-389.

Hume, E. & Johnson, K. (2001) A model for the interplay of speech perception and phonology. In Hume & Johnson (eds) The Role of Speech Perception in Phonology. New York: Academic Press. pp. 3-26.

Johnson, K. (1997) Speech perception without speaker normalization: An exemplar model. In Johnson & Mullennix (eds) Talker Variability in Speech Processing. San Diego: Academic Press. pp. 145-165.

Johnson, K. & Mullennix, J.W. (1997) Complex representations used in speech processing: Overview of the book. In Johnson & Mullennix (eds) Talker Variability in Speech Processing. San Diego: Academic Press. pp. 1-8.

Johnson, K. (1994) Phonetic arbitrariness and the input problem. In P. Keating (ed.) Phonological structure and phonetic form: Papers in Laboratory Phonology III. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 325-330.


Papers in Proceedings

Babel, M. and Johnson, K. (2007) Cross-linguistic Differences in the Perception of Palatalization. Proceedings of the International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences.

Johnson, K. (2004) Cross-linguistic perceptual differences emerge from the lexicon. In Augustine Agwuele, Willis Warren, and Sang-Hoon Park (eds.) Proceedings of the 2003 Texas Linguistics Society Conference: Coarticulation in Speech Production and Perception. Sommerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. pp. 26-41.

Johnson, K. (2004) Massive reduction in conversational American English. In K. Yoneyama & K. Maekawa (eds.) Spontaneous Speech: Data and Analysis. Proceedings of the 1st Session of the 10th International Symposium. Tokyo, Japan: The National International Institute for Japanese Language. pp. 29-54.

Pitt, M. and Johnson, K. (2003) Using pronunciation data as a starting point in modeling word recognition. OSU MS. Presented at 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.

Hume, E. and Johnson, K. (2003) The Impact of Partial Phonological Contrast on Speech Perception. 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, pp. 2385-2388.

Johnson, K. (2001) Spoken language variability: Implications for modeling speech perception. In Smits, R., Kingston, J., Nearey, T.M., Zondervan, R. (eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop on Speech Recognition as Pattern Classification (SPRAAC). Nijmegen: Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.

Hume, E., Johnson, K., Seo, M. & Tserdanelis, G. (1999) A cross-linguistic study of stop place perception. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. pp. 2069-72.

Winters, S. & Johnson, K. (1998) An exemplar-based model of silent-center syllable perception. The Sound of the Future: A Global View of Acoustics in the 21st Century, Proceedings 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting Acoustical Society of America. pp. 2021-2.

Makashay, M.J. & Johnson, K. (1998) Surveying auditory space using vowel formant data. The Sound of the Future: A Global View of Acoustics in the 21st Century, Proceedings 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting Acoustical Society of Americapp. 2037-8.

Yoneyama, K. & Johnson, K. (1998) An instance-based model of Japanese speech recognition by native and nonnative listeners. The Sound of the Future: A Global View of Acoustics in the 21st Century, Proceedings 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting Acoustical Society of America pp. 2977-8.

Strand, E.A. & Johnson, K. (1996) Gradient and visual speaker normalization in the perception of fricatives. In Gibbon, Dafydd (ed.) Natural Language Processing and Speech Technology. Results of the 3rd KOVENS Conference, Bielefeld, October, 1996. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp 14-26.

Johnson, K. & Sinsabaugh, B. (1985) The simplification of the Greek vowel system. Chicago Linguistic Society. 21: 189-198.

Johnson, K. (1984) Prosody and ambiguous gerund phrases. Eastern States Conference on Linguistics. 1: 238-249.


Technical Reports

Huang, Tsan & Johnson, Keith (2008) Language-specificity at Early Levels of Mandarin Tone Perception by Chinese Listeners. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2008, 225-249.

Johnson, Keith (2008) The Linguistic Basis of Phonetic Coherence. (Presented at the 11th Laboratory Phonology Conference, June 30, 2008) UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2008, 409-427.

Kataoka,R. & Johnson, K. (2007) Frequency effects in cross-linguistic stop place perception: A case of /t/ - /k/ in Japanese and English. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2007, 273-301.

Johnson, K. & Babel, M. (2007) Perception of fricatives by Dutch and English speakers. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2007, 302-325.

Johnson, K. (2005) Tone and Pitch Accent in Cherokee Nouns. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2005, 1-48.

Johnson, K. (2005) Resonance in an Exemplar-based Lexicon: The Emergence of Social Identity and Phonology. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2005, 95-128.

Johnson, K. (2005) Decisions and Mechanisms in Exemplar-based Phonology. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2005, 289-311.

Heeringa, W., Johnson, K. & Gooskens, C. (2005) Measuring Norwegian Dialect Distances using Acoustic Features. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2005, 312-336.

Hume, E. & Johnson, K. (2001) A model for the interplay of speech perception and phonology. In Hume & Johnson (eds) Studies on the Role of Speech Perception in Phonology: Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 55, 1-22.

Johnson, K., Azara, M. (2000) The perception of personal identity in speech: Evidence from the perception of twins’ speech

Johnson, K. (1997) The auditory/perceptual basis for speech segmentation. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 50, 101-113.

Johnson, K. & Beckman, M. (1997) Production and perception of individual speaking styles. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 50, 115-125.

Diehm, E. & Johnson, K. (1997) Near merger in the acquisition of Russian as a second language. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 50, 11-18.

Johnson, K. and Oh, M. (1995) Intervocalic consonant sequences in Korean. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 45: 85-97.

Johnson, K. & Ladefoged, P. (1994) A preliminary perceptual study of the vowels of Montana Salish: The method of adjustment as a fieldwork technique. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 87: 105-111.

Johnson, K. (1993) Acoustic and auditory analyses of Xhosa clicks and pulmonics. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 83: 33-45.

Johnson, K., Fernandez, M., Henninger, M. & Sandstrum, J. (1993) Spectral integration in vowel perception: Matching and discrimination studies. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 83: 47-54.

Johnson, K., Flemming, E. and Wright, R. (1993) The hyperspace effect: Phonetic targets are hyperarticulated. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 83: 55-73.

Johnson, K. & Teheranizadeh, H. (1992) Facilities for speech perception research at the UCLA phonetics lab. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 81: 123-137.

Johnson, K. (1991) Dynamic aspects of English vowels in /bVb/ sequences. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics. 80: 99-120.

Johnson, K. (1990) Compensation for talker variability and vowel variability in the perception of fricatives. Research on Speech Perception Progress Report No. 16. Speech Research Laboratory, Psychology Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 293-312.

Johnson, K. & Ralston, J.V. (1990) Automaticity in speech perception: Some speech/nonspeech comparisons. Research on Speech Perception Progress Report No. 16. Speech Research Laboratory, Psychology Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 65-98.

Tanford, J.A., Pisoni, D.B. & Johnson, K. (1990) Novel scientific evidence of intoxication: Acoustic analysis of voice recordings from the Exxon Valdez. Research on Speech
Perception Progress Report No. 16.
Speech Research Laboratory, Psychology Department, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 233-260.

Johnson, K. (1989) Contrast and normalization in vowel perception. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 187-225.

Johnson, K. (1989) On the perceptual representation of vowel categories. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 343-358.

Johnson, K. (1989) Glottal effects on LPC estimation of F1. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 359-372.

Johnson, K. and M.S. Cluff. (1989) Stress-clash in isolated phrases and sentence contexts. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 373-387.

Johnson, K., D.B. Pisoni, and R.H. Bernacki. (1989) Final report to the NTSB on the speech
produced by the Captain of the Exxon Valdez. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 15. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 389-417.

Johnson, K. (1988) Intonational context and F0 normalization. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 14. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 81-108.

Johnson, K. (1988) F0 normalization and adjusting to talker. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 14. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 237-258.

Johnson, K. (1988) Manner of articulation and feature geometry: A phonetic perspective. Research on Speech Perception. Progress Report No. 14. Department of Psychology, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. pp. 307-321.

Johnson, K. (1988) Tone and intonation in Cantonese. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 36: 1-15.

Johnson, K. (1986) Fragmentation of Strong Verb Ablaut in Old English. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 34: 108-122.


Slides

Johnson, K. & MacKenzie, L. (2006) Visual-phonetic cues in the phonology of Toulousain French. Presented at: Phonetic Bases of Distinctive Features. Carre des Sciences, Ministere de la Recherche, 1, rue Descartes - 75005 Paris.


Courses taught

Undergraduate courses

Introduction to Language
      Ohio State - 1983-88
Introduction to Phonetics
      Indiana - 1990
      UCLA - 1991
      University of Oklahoma - 2001
      Ohio State - 1993-2004
      UC Berkeley - 2005-present
Experimental Phonetics
      UCLA - 1991
      UC Berkeley - 2005-present
Introduction to Phonology
      Ohio State - 2000
Undergraduate research seminar
      UCLA - 1991
      University of Oklahoma - 2001

Graduate courses

Phonetic Theory
     UCLA - 1991
     Ohio State - 1993-2004.
     UC Berkeley - 2005-present.
Laboratory Phonology, Ohio State - 1993-2004
Quantitative Methods in Linguistics
     Ohio State - 1998, 2001
     UC Berkeley, 2005
Psycholinguistics (graduate introduction), Ohio State - 1999
Field Phonetics, Ohio State - 2000
Methods in Phonological Analysis, UC Berkeley, 2005-2007

Graduate Seminars

1993 - Instrumental articulatory phonetics.
1994 - Talker normalization in speech perception.
1995 - Advanced acoustic phonetics.
1996 - Phonological parsing.
1997 - Speech perception in exemplar-based models of perception.
1998 - Phonetic invariance.
1999-2000 - The role of speech perception in phonology (with Beth Hume).
2003 - Frequency effects in phonology and phonetics (with Beth Hume).
2005 - Phonetic deletion and auditory word processing.

2007 - Phonological Learning (with Sharon Inkelas).


Doctoral Supervision

Melinda Fricke, 2013, Phonological encoding and phonetic duration. Now at Penn State University.

Charles Chang, 2010, First language phonetic drift during second language acquisition. Now at Rice University.

Shira Katseff, 2010, Linguistic constraints on compensation for altered auditory feedback,

Sam Tilsen, 2009, Hierarchical Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Speech Rhythm and Articulation. Now at Cornell University.

Molly Babel, 2009, Phonetic and Social Selectivity in Speech Accommodation. Now at Univ. of British Columbia.

Grant McGuire, 2009, Phonetic Category Learning. Now at Univ. Calif. Santa Cruz.

Marc Ettlinger, 2008, Input-Driven Opacity. Now at Northwestern University.

Christian Dicanio, 2008, The Phonetics and Phonology of San Martin Itunyoso Trique. Now at Lyon University

Tsan Huang, 2004, Language-specificity in auditory perception of Chinese tones. Now at State University of New York, Buffalo.

Stephen Winters, 2003, Empirical investigations into the perceptual and articulatory origins of cross-linguistic asymmetries in place assimilation. Now at: Indiana University

Matthew Makashay, 2003, Individual differences in speech and non-speech perception of frequency and duration. Now at: Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Army Audiology & Speech Center

Kiyoko Yoneyama, 2002, Phonological neighborhoods and phonetic similarity in Japanese word recognition. Now at: National Institute for Japanese Language and Daito Bunka University

Janice Fon, 2002, A Cross-Linguistic Study on Syntactic and Discourse Boundary Cues in Spontaneous Speech. Now at: National Taiwan Normal University

Jennifer Vannest, 2001, Morphological Effects in Visual Word Processing: Their Timecourse and Consequences for Lexical Architecture. Now at: University of Rochester.

Elizabeth Strand, 2000, Gender Stereotype Effects in Speech Processing. Now at: Nuance Communication.

Mariapaola D’Imperio, 2000, On Defining Tonal Targets from a Perception Perspective. (co-advised with Mary Beckman). Now at: Université de Provence, France

Rebecca Herman, 1998, Intonation and Discourse Structure in English: Phonological and Phonetic Markers of Local and Global Discourse Structure. (co-advised with Mary Beckman) Now at: DePaul University and Nuance Communication.

Erin Diehm, 1998, Gestures and Linguistic Function in Learning Russian: Production and Perception Studies of Russian Palatalized Consonants. (co-advised with Anelya Rugaleva) Now at: BBN.

Shu Hui Peng, 1996, Phonetic Implementation and Perception of Place Coarticulation and Tone Sandhi. (co-advised with Mary Beckman) Now at National University of Kaohsiung, Taiwan


Grants

2010-present Effects of linguistic experience on speech perception NIDCD ($563,860).

2011-present Studies on the visual phonetic basis of some language sound patterns. NSF, BCS-1025373 ($549,898).

2009-2010 Doctoral Dissertation Research: Restructuring Phonetic Space in Second Language Acquisition NSF, BCS-0922652 ($2,630 Charles Chang).

2008-2009 Doctoral Dissertation Research: Dissimilation in Phonological Response-Priming, NSF, BCS-0817767 ($1,020 Sam Tilsen).

2004-2010 (with Chin-Hui Lee, Eric Fosler-Lussier, Lawrence R. Rabiner, Mark A. Clements) Automatic Speech Attribute Transcription (ASAT): A Collaborative Speech Research Paradigm and Cyberinfrastructure with Applications to Automatic Speech. NSF, IIS-0427413 ($3,938,657).

2000-2009 Cross-linguistic studies on spoken language processing. NIDCD, R01 DC004421 ($1,337,936)

2005-2007 (with John Ohala) The inner structure of distinctive features, NSF BCS-9817243 ($339,814)

2000-2009 (with Mark Pitt, Beth Hume, & Eric Fossler-Lucier) Recognizing phonological variants of spoken words. NIDCD, R01 DC04330 ($735,000)

2000-2002 (with Marcia Haag & Durbin Feeling) Cherokee language sound description and analysis. NSF, BCS-0080004 ($113,385).

1999-2000 (with E. Hume) The role of speech perception phenomena in phonology. NSF, BCS-9905819 ($17,863).

1998-2000 Spoken Language Understanding and Generation. OSU Office of Research, Interdisciplinary Seed Grant Program ($300,000).

1992-1997 Processes of speaker normalization in speech perception, NIDCD, FIRST AWARD, R29 DC01645 ($495,000)


Professional Activities

Associate Editor, Journal of Phonetics. 2009-present

Associate Editor, Language and Speech. 2009-present

NIH Study Section - LCOM. 2003-2008.

Editorial board Language. 2001-2004.

Consulting editor, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 2000-2001.

Chair, Organizing committee. Technology across the Humanities curriculum, regional conference, Ohio State University, Oct. 1999.

Organizing committee. Acoustical Society of America, Columbus meeting, Nov. 1999.

Linguistic Society of America, instructor at LSA Summer Institute, 1993, 2005.