Thu 15th

Thu 15th
9:00-10:00 SocioPhonAus3 satellite event: Ghada Khattab Better the variable you know?
10:00-11:00 SocioPhonAus3 satellite event: Márton Sóskuthy Exploration, theory-building and hypothesis testing in vowel dynamics: case studies from English
11:00-11:30 Morning tea
11:30-12:00 Acoustic and durational characteristics of Anindilyakwa vowels (Rosey Billington, John Mansfield and Hywel Stoakes) The influence of pitch and speaker sex on the identification of creaky voice by female listeners (Hannah White, Andy Gibson, Joshua Penney, Anita Szakay and Felicity Cox)
12:00-12:30 The vowel inventory of the Kufo language (Shubo Li) Gender attitudes affect the strength of the Frequency Code (Sasha Calhoun, Paul Warren, Jemima Agnew and Joy Mills)
12:30-13:00 Voice Quality of the Nasal Vowels in Chaoshan Chinese (Changhe Chen) Is there an Influence of Autistic Traits on Audio-Visual Speech & Song Emotion Perception? (Evie Day and Jia Hoong Ong)
13:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:30 Preliminary analysis of /r/ acoustics and features in three Māori speakers (Isabella Shields, Catherine Watson and Peter Keegan) OBISHI: Objective Binaural Intelligibility Score for the Hearing Impaired (Candy Olivia Mawalim, Benita Angela Titalim, Masashi Unoki and Shogo Okada)
14:30-15:00 Towards the automatic identification of /l/-vocalisation in English speakers in Australia (Simon Gonzalez and Gerry Docherty) A Human Annotation Guide for Mental Health Speech Collections (Brian Stasak, Julien Epps, Mark Larsen and Helen Christensen)
15:00-15:30 Vowel merger in Australian English lateral-final rimes: /æɔ-æ/ (Tünde Szalay, Titia Benders, Felicity Cox and Michael Proctor) Read Speech Protocol Criteria for Speech-Based Health Screening Applications (Brian Stasak and Julien Epps)
15:30-15:45 Poster speed presentations
15:45-16:45 Afternoon tea/posters
16:45-17:45 Keynote: Catherine Watson Experiences with te reo Māori: some studies of science and technology
18:30 Conference Dinner – National Museum of Australia