All times CEST (UTC+2)
August 25 – DiSS – Day 1
|09:00 – 09:15||Welcome session|
Welcome session – Ivana Didirková
|09:15 – 10:00||Invited talk|
Discourse Markers as markers of (dis)fluency: The role of peripheral position – Liesbeth Degand
|10:00 – 10:15||Coffee break|
|10:15 – 11:45||Attitudes and behaviors|
Attitudinal correlates of word-internal disfluencies in Japanese communication – Sadanobu
Why are some speech errors detected by self-monitoring « early » and others « late »? – Nooteboom & Quené
Speech Disfluencies as Actual and Believed Cues to Deception: Individuality of Liars and the Collective of Listeners – Vandenhouwe & Hartsuiker
|11:45 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 15:00||Disfluency in discourse|
Fine phonetic details for DM disambiguation: a corpus-based investigation – Wu et al.
Hesitations Distribution in Italian Discourse – Schettino et al.
Investigating Disfluencies Contribution to Discourse-Prosody Mismatches in French Conversations – Prévot et al.
|15:00 – 15:15||Coffee break|
|15:15 – 16:45||Filled pauses I.|
Filled pauses in university lectures – Di Napoli
A Crosslinguistic Study on the Interplay of Fillers and Silences – Betz et al.
The Acoustic Characteristics of um and uh in spontaneous Canadian English – Morin & Tucker
August 26 – DiSS – Day 2
|10:00 – 10:45||Invited talk|
Title | Vered Silber-Varod
|10:45 – 10:11||Coffee break|
|11:00 – 12:30||Filled pauses II.|
Variation in jitter, shimmer, and intensity of filled pauses and their contexts in native and nonnative speech – Rose
EGG analysis of filled pauses in Japanese spontaneous speech: differences in Japanese native speakers and Chinese learners – Li et al.
Attached filled pauses: Occurrences and durations – Gósy & Silber-Varod
|12:30 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 15:00||Second language acquisition and proficiency|
Gestures in fluent and disfluent cycles of speech: what they may tell us about the role of (dis)fluency in L2 discourse – Kosmala
Categorical differences in the false starts of speakers of English as a Second Language: Further evidence for developmental disfluency – Williams
Hesitation phenomena in first and second languages: evidence from reading in Russian as L1 and Japanese as L2 – Prokaeva & Riekhakaynen
|15:00 – 15:15||Coffee break|
|15:15 – 16:45||Tasks and speech production levels|
Word-form related disfluency versus lemma related disfluency: an exploratory analysis of disfluency patterns in connected- speech production – Pistono & Hartsuiker
Disfluencies in spontaneous speech: the effect of age, sex and speech task – Bóna
Dynamic changes of pausing in triadic conversations – Gyarmathy et al.
August 27 – Special day – (Dis)Fluency in Speech and Language Disorders
|10:15 – 10:30||Welcome session|
Welcome session| Ivana Didirková
|10:30 – 12:00||Rhythm & Annotation|
Speech Rhythm Abnormality in Japanese: Analysis of Mora Duration, Pause, and Non-segmented Mora of Dysarthric Speech – Namba et al.
Pauses and disfluencies in speech of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis – Bóna et al.
Towards an inclusive system for the annotation of (dis)fluency in typical and atypical speech – Didirková et al.
|12:0 – 13:30||Lunch|
|13:30 – 14:30||Alzheimer’s disease|
Silences and disfluencies in a corpus of patients with Alzheimer’s Disease (CIPP-ma) – Dovetto et al.
Disfluency patterns in Alzheimer’s disease and Frontotemporal lobar degeneration – Pistono et al.
|14:30 – 14:45||Coffee break|
|14:45 – 15: 30||Invited talk|
Disfluency characteristics predict stuttering persistency in preschool-aged children – Bridget Welsh
|15:30 – 16:30||Childhood-onset developmental disorders|
Linguistic disfluencies in Russian-speaking children with developmental language disorder – Kornev & Balciuniene
Jaw and lip amplitude and velocity in stuttered disfluencies. A preliminary study – Didirková et al.