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Allard Jongman
Allard Jongman
Professor of Linguistics, The University of Kansas
Verified email at ku.edu
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Acoustic characteristics of English fricatives
A Jongman, R Wayland, S Wong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 108 (3), 1252-1263, 2000
11152000
Training American listeners to perceive Mandarin tones
Y Wang, MM Spence, A Jongman, JA Sereno
The Journal of the acoustical society of America 106 (6), 3649-3658, 1999
6171999
Acoustic and perceptual evaluation of Mandarin tone productions before and after perceptual training
Y Wang, A Jongman, JA Sereno
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (2), 1033-1043, 2003
4462003
Phonetics: Transcription, production, acoustics, and perception
H Reetz, A Jongman
John Wiley & Sons, 2020
3442020
Incomplete neutralization and other sub-phonemic durational differences in production and perception: Evidence from Dutch
N Warner, A Jongman, J Sereno, R Kemps
Journal of phonetics 32 (2), 251-276, 2004
3102004
Speaker normalization in the perception of Mandarin Chinese tones
CB Moore, A Jongman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 102 (3), 1864-1877, 1997
3051997
Processing of English inflectional morphology
JA Sereno, A Jongman
Memory & cognition 25, 425-437, 1997
2951997
What information is necessary for speech categorization? Harnessing variability in the speech signal by integrating cues computed relative to expectations.
B McMurray, A Jongman
Psychological review 118 (2), 219, 2011
2862011
Acoustic characteristics of clearly spoken English fricatives
K Maniwa, A Jongman, T Wade
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (6), 3962-3973, 2009
2622009
fMRI evidence for cortical modification during learning of Mandarin lexical tone
Y Wang, JA Sereno, A Jongman, J Hirsch
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 15 (7), 1019-1027, 2003
2582003
Duration of frication noise required for identification of English fricatives
A Jongman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 85 (4), 1718-1725, 1989
2041989
Dichotic perception of Mandarin tones by Chinese and American listeners
Y Wang, A Jongman, JA Sereno
Brain and language 78 (3), 332-348, 2001
1922001
Measures of the sentence intonation of read and spontaneous speech in American English
P Lieberman, W Katz, A Jongman, R Zimmerman, M Miller
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 77 (2), 649-657, 1985
1911985
Acoustic correlates of breathy and clear vowels: The case of Khmer
R Wayland, A Jongman
Journal of Phonetics 31 (2), 181-201, 2003
1832003
Phonological neutralization by native and non-native speakers: The case of Russian final devoicing
O Dmitrieva, A Jongman, J Sereno
Journal of phonetics 38 (3), 483-492, 2010
1372010
A comparison of semantic and syntactic event related potentials generated by children and adults
RA Atchley, ML Rice, SK Betz, KM Kwasny, JA Sereno, A Jongman
Brain and language 99 (3), 236-246, 2006
1232006
Effects of acoustic variability in the perceptual learning of non-native-accented speech sounds
T Wade, A Jongman, J Sereno
Phonetica 64 (2-3), 122-144, 2007
1172007
An acoustic and perceptual analysis of/t/and/d/flaps in American English
W Herd, A Jongman, J Sereno
Journal of Phonetics 38 (4), 504-516, 2010
1142010
Perception and production of Mandarin Chinese tones
A Jongman, Y Wang, CB Moore, JA Sereno
na, 2006
1112006
The acoustic vowel space of Modern Greek and German
A Jongman, M Fourakis, JA Sereno
Language and speech 32 (3), 221-248, 1989
1051989
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