Janice Fon

Affiliations: 
National Taiwan University, London, Taipei City, Taiwan 
Area:
Phonetics
Website:
http://homepage.ntu.edu.tw/~gilntu/english_version/faculty/teachers/jfon.htm
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Wang SF, Fon J. (2012) Durational cues at discourse boundaries in Taiwan Southern Min Proceedings of the 6th International Conference On Speech Prosody, Sp 2012. 2: 599-602
Huang YH, Wu EC, Fon J. (2012) The effect of min proficiency on production and perception of Tonesin Taiwan Mandarin Proceedings of the 6th International Conference On Speech Prosody, Sp 2012. 2: 637-640
Fon J, Johnson K, Chen S. (2011) Durational patterning at syntactic and discourse boundaries in Mandarin spontaneous speech. Language and Speech. 54: 5-32
Fon J, Hung JM, Huang YH, et al. (2011) Dialectal variations on syllable-final nasal mergers in Taiwan Mandarin Language and Linguistics. 12: 273-311
Lin HY, Fon J. (2010) Perception on pitch reset at discourse boundaries Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Interspeech 2010. 1225-1228
Lin HY, Fon J. (2009) Perception of temporal cues at discourse boundaries Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, Interspeech. 808-811
Chen S, Fon J. (2008) The peak alignment of prenuclear and nuclear accents among advanced L2 English learners Proceedings of the 4th International Conference On Speech Prosody, Sp 2008. 643-646
Huang YH, Fon J. (2008) Dialectal variations in tonal register and declination pattern of Taiwan Mandarin Proceedings of the 4th International Conference On Speech Prosody, Sp 2008. 605-608
Timothy Bunnell H, Vogel IB, Archangeli D, et al. (2007) Editors' report for volume 50 Language and Speech. 50: 589-590
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
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