Connor Mayer

Connor Mayer

Department of Linguistics
3125 Campbell Hall, UCLA
Los Angeles, CA
90095-1543


Publications

Journal Articles

Mayer, C., Roewer-Despres, F., Stavness, I. & Gick, B. (in press). Do innate stereotypies serve as a basis for swallowing and learned speech movements? Behavioral and Brain Sciences.

Mayer, C., Gick, B., Weigel, T., & Whalen, D.H. (2013). Perceptual Integration of Visual Evidence in the Airstream from Aspirated Stops. Canadian Acoustics, 41(3), 23-7.

Mayer, C., & Gick, B. (2012). Talking while Chewing: Speaker Response to Natural Perturbation of Speech. Phonetica, 69(3), 109-23.

Conference Proceedings

Mayer, C., Roewer-Despres, F., Stavness, I., & Gick, B. (2016). Does Swallowing Bootstrap Speech Learning? Journal of the Canadian Acoustical Association, 44(3), 194-5.

Abel, J., Barbosa, A.V., Black, A., Mayer, C., & Vatikiotis-Bateson, E. (2011). The labial viseme reconsidered: Evidence from production and perception. In Y. Laprie and I. Steiner (Eds). Proceedings of the 9th International Seminar on Speech Production, 337-44.

Mayer, C. (2010). Voice onset time and the realization of voiced stops in Kwak’wala. In Proceedings of the 45th International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages. The University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics, 27, 238-44.

Edited Volumes

Szakay, A., Mayer, C., Rogers, B., Gick, B., & Dunham, J. (Eds.). (2009). Papers for the Interlocution Conference. Interlocution: Linguistic structure and human interaction. Vancouver, BC: The University of British Columbia Working Papers in Linguistics, 24.

Presentations

Mayer, C., Roewer-Despres, F., Stavness, I., & Gick, B. Does Swallowing Bootstrap Speech Learning? Paper presented at Acoustics Week in Canada. Vancouver, BC. September 2016.

Mayer, C., Gick, B., Weigel, T., & Whalen, D.H. Perceptual effects of visual evidence of the airstream. Paper presented at Acoustics Week in Canada. Victoria, BC. October 2010.

Mayer, C. & Gick, B. Talking while chewing: Speaker response to natural perturbation of speech. Poster presented at Ultrafest V at Haskins Labs, Yale. New Haven, CT. March 2010.

Mayer, C., Gick, B., & Ferch, E. Talking while chewing: Speaker response to natural perturbation of speech. Paper presented at Acoustics Week in Canada. Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON. October 2009.


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