Along with Georgia Zellou & Bruno Ferenc Segedin (UC Davis Phonetics Lab), I traveled to Graz, Austria to present some of our research at the 2019 Interspeech Conference!
See below for links for the papers:
- Cathryn Snyder, Michelle Cohn, & Georgia Zellou (2019). Individual variation in cognitive processing style predicts differences in phonetic imitation of device and human voices.
- Michelle Cohn & Georgia Zellou (2019). Expressiveness influences human vocal alignment toward voice-AI.
- Bruno Ferenc Segedin, Michelle Cohn, & Georgia Zellou. (2019). Perceptual adaptation to device and human voices: learning and generalization of a phonetic shift across real and voice-AI talkers.
- Michelle Cohn, Georgia Zellou, Santiago Barreda. (2019) The role of musical experience in the perceptual weighting of acoustic cues for the obstruent coda voicing contrast in American English.