Dr Anastassia Loukina
In 2008-2011 I was Research Associate at the Lab. I now live on Long Island, US.
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My general interests are in the area of variation in connected speech, trying to disentangle universal, language/dialect-specific and individual factors and my most recent work focussed on speech rhythm. I also work on Modern Greek dialects and phonetic features of Balkan Sprachbund.
- Using Neologisms to Test Theories of Speech Production.
- AMENNPRO: Automated metrics for the evaluation of non-native prosody
- LOUKINA, A., KOCHANSKI, G., ROSNER, B., SHIH, C., KEANE, E. (2011) Rhythm measures and dimensions of durational variation in speech. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Volume 129, Issue 5, pp. 3258-3270.
- KOCHANSKI, G., LOUKINA, A., KEANE, E., SHIH, C. & ROSNER, B. (2010) Long-range prosody prediction and rhythm. Speech Prosody. Chicago, Illinois.
- LOUKINA, A., KOCHANSKI, G., SHIH, C., KEANE, E. & WATSON, I. (2009) Rhythm measures with language-independent segmentation. Proceedings of interspeech 2009 : speech and intelligence. Brighton, UK. 6-10 September, International Speech Communications Association.
- LOUKINA, A. (2009) Towards the acoustic analysis of lateral consonants in Modern Greek dialects: a preliminary study. 4th International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory. Chios, Greece.
- LOUKINA, A. (2009) Phonetic variation in spontaneous speech. Vowel and consonant reduction in Modern Greek dialects. IN PAYNE, E. & PARKER-JONES, O. (Eds.) Oxford University Working Papers in Phonetics 12. Oxford, University of Oxford.
- LOUKINA, A. (2008) Acoustic model of stress in Standard Greek and Greek dialects. IN BOTINIS, A. (Ed.) Proceedings of ISCA tutorial and research workshop on experimental linguistics, 25-27 August 2008, Athens, Greece. Athens, University of Athens.
- LOUKINA, A. (2007) Phonetic variation in regional varieties of Modern Greek: vowel raising. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory. Nicosia, 14-16 June 2007.
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