Hugo Quené

Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 
"Hugo Quené"


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Antonie Cohen grad student 1984-1989 Utrecht


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Sibout Govert Nooteboom collaborator 1989- Utrecht
Robert F. Port collaborator 2001-2002 Indiana University
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Ferguson SH, Quené H. (2014) Acoustic correlates of vowel intelligibility in clear and conversational speech for young normal-hearing and elderly hearing-impaired listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135: 3570-84
Pinget AF, Bosker HR, Quené H, et al. (2014) Native speakers' perceptions of fluency and accent in L2 speech Language Testing. 31: 349-365
Bosker HR, Quené H, Sanders T, et al. (2014) The perception of fluency in native and nonnative speech Language Learning. 64: 579-614
Nooteboom S, Quené H. (2014) Do speakers try to distract attention from their speech errors?: The prosody of self-repairs Above and Beyond the Segments: Experimental Linguistics and Phonetics. 203-217
Bosker HR, Quené H, Sanders T, et al. (2014) Native 'um's elicit prediction of low-frequency referents, but non-native 'um's do not Journal of Memory and Language. 75: 104-116
Quené H, Orr R. (2014) Long-term convergence of speech rhythm in L1 and L2 english Proceedings of the International Conference On Speech Prosody. 342-345
Quené H. (2013) Longitudinal trends in speech tempo: the case of Queen Beatrix. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 133: EL452-7
Bosker HR, Pinget AF, Quené H, et al. (2013) What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs Language Testing. 30: 159-175
Van Den Doel R, Quené H. (2013) The endonormative standards of European English: Emerging or elusive? English World-Wide. 34: 77-97
Nooteboom SG, Quené H. (2013) Parallels between self-monitoring for speech errors and identification of the misspoken segments Journal of Memory and Language. 69: 417-428
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