Allard Jongman, Ph.D.

Linguistics University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
"Allard Jongman"
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Sheila E. Blumstein grad student 1982-1986 Brown


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Ann Bradlow grad student Cornell
Alice Turk grad student Cornell
Kazumi Maniwa grad student 2007 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
Yuwen Lai grad student 2008 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
Mohammad Al-Masri grad student 2009 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
Wendy Herd grad student 2011 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
Mujdey Abudalbuh grad student 2012 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
Kelly H. Berkson grad student 2013 University of Kansas
Hyunjung Lee grad student 2013 University of Kansas (Neurotree)
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Jongman A, Qin Z, Zhang J, et al. (2017) Just noticeable differences for pitch direction, height, and slope for Mandarin and English listeners. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 142: EL163
Minai U, Gustafson K, Fiorentino R, et al. (2017) Fetal rhythm-based language discrimination: a biomagnetometry study. Neuroreport
Leung KK, Jongman A, Wang Y, et al. (2016) Acoustic characteristics of clearly spoken English tense and lax vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140: 45
McMurray B, Jongman A. (2015) What Comes After /f/? Prediction in Speech Derives From Data-Explanatory Processes. Psychological Science
SERENO J, LAMMERS L, JONGMAN A. (2015) The relative contribution of segments and intonation to the perception of foreign-accented speech Applied Psycholinguistics
Lee H, Jongman A. (2015) Acoustic evidence for diachronic sound change in Korean prosody: A comparative study of the Seoul and South Kyungsang dialects Journal of Phonetics. 50: 15-33
Tang LYW, Hannah B, Jongman A, et al. (2015) Examining visible articulatory features in clear and plain speech Speech Communication. 75: 1-13
Apfelbaum KS, Bullock-Rest N, Rhone AE, et al. (2014) Contingent categorization in speech perception. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 1070-1082
Lee H, Politzer-Ahles S, Jongman A. (2013) Speakers of tonal and non-tonal Korean dialects use different cue weightings in the perception of the three-way laryngeal stop contrast. Journal of Phonetics. 41: 117-132
Vitevitch MS, Sereno J, Jongman A, et al. (2013) Speaker sex influences processing of grammatical gender. Plos One. 8: e79701
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