2020

(2020) Baer-Henney, D. & C. von Kries. Hypo- and Hyperarticulation in infant-directed speech in German, Talk at Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 45), Boston, USA.

(2020) Schmitz, D., Plag, I. & D. Baer-Henney. Durational differences of homophonous suffixes emerge from the lexicon: Evidence from nonce words. Words in the World International Conference.

(2020) Baer-Henney, D. & K. Tang. Disentangling L1 and L2 effects from learning bias in artificial language learning, Talk at 16th Phonetik und Phonologie Tagung, Trier, Germany.

(2020) Schmitz, D., Plag, I. & D. Baer-Henney. The duration of word-final /s/ across morphological categories in English – Evidence from pseudowords, Talk at 16th Phonetik und Phonologie Tagung, Trier, Germany.

(2020) Schmitz, D., Plag, I. & D. Baer-Henney. Subphonemic differences between different types of /s/ in English: Evidence from pseudowords, Talk at UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2020, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

(2020) Baer-Henney, D. & C. von Kries. Hypo- or Hyperarticulation? A closer look at infant-directed speech in German, Poster at 17th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Vancouver, Canada.

(2020) Schmitz, D., Plag, I. & D. Baer-Henney. What causes subphonemic differences between different types of /s/ in English? Evidence from pseudowords, Poster at 17th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Vancouver, Canada.

(2020) Schmitz, D., Plag, I. & D. Baer-Henney. How real are acoustic differences between different types of final /s/ in English? Evidence from pseudowords, Talk at 19th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, Austria.

(2020, invited) Baer-Henney, D. Hypo- or Hyperarticulation? A closer look at infant-directed speech in German. Invited talk at Phonologiekolloquium (Prof. Frank K├╝gler), Goethe Universit├Ąt Frankfurt am Main.