Program & Abstracts

updated January 2022

CASPSLaP 2022 will be completely virtual. All talks will take place through Zoom and all listed times are Central Standard Time Zone.

Zoom Sessions

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Program with Abstracts

Thursday, February 17

8:45-9:00am Welcome

Session 1

9:00-9:30am Ander Beristain, C-to-V coarticulation induced formant dynamics variability in L1/L2/HL Spanish vowels

9:30-10:00am Dan Bates, The acquisition of Spanish vowels by native English speakers: A perception study

10:00-10:30am Carolina González, Gabrielle Isgar, Gavin Byrd, Susan Cox, and Christine Weissglass, Creaky voice in L2 Spanish

10:30-11:00am Break

Session 2

11:00-11:30am Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza, Paige Cordero, Katriese DeLeon, Shannon Sullivan, and Hugo Salgado Creating new categories vs. learning new distributions in L2: Acquisition of Spanish voiced stops by L1 English learners

11:30am-12:00pm Megan Solon and Matthew Kanwit, Acquisition of sociophonetic competence: Exploring the relationship between preference and production

12:00-12:30pm Jack Carter, Improving L2 Spanish diphthongs with musical training

12:30-1:30pm Lunch Break

Session 3

1:30-2:00pm Timothy Face, Production of Acoustic Correlates of Stress by L2 Spanish-Speaking Immigrants to Spain

2:00-2:30pm Emily Kuder, Mixed methods unveil rhetorical stress in naturally-occurring L2 instructional speech

2:30-3:00pm Joseph Casillas, Juan José Garrido Pozú, Nicole Rodríguez, Kyle Parrish, Laura Fernández Arroyo, Robert Esposito, Isabelle Chang, Kimberly Gómez, Gabriela Constantin-Dureci, Jiawei Shao, Iván Andreu, and Katherine Taveras, Using intonation to disambiguate meaning: The role of empathy and proficiency in L2 perceptual development

3:00-3:30pm Break

Session 4

3:30-4:00pm Danielle Daidone, Silvina Bongiovanni, Ryan Lidster, Alisha Reaves, Jamie Root, and Chisato Kojima, High variability phonetic training in two Spanish pronunciation courses: data and lessons learned

4:00-4:30pm Sara Zahler and Danielle Daidone, Documenting instructor oral input in the Spanish language classroom

Friday, February 18

9:00-10:00am Plenary 1, Jennifer Cabrelli

10:00-10:30am Break

Session 5

10:30-11:00am Joo Kyeong Kim and Jenny Choi, Production of fricatives by Korean learners of L3 Spanish

11:00-11:30am Linda Ahima, Gabriela Martínez Loyola, Laura Spinu, and Yasaman Rafat, The third language imitation of Spanish rhotic-lateral contrast by Akan-English bilingual children and adults: the effect of first versus second language transfer, orthography, and age of acquisition 

11:30am-12:00pm Kyle Parrish, L3 French Voice-Onset Time at first exposure by Spanish-English bilinguals

12:00-12:30pm Sofía Fernández, Audrey Chery, and Michael Gradoville, L3 French VOT: Comparing Spanish heritage speakers and L2 learners

12:30-1:30pm Lunch Break

Session 6

1:30-2:00pm Diana Velázquez-López and Leire Echevarría Canal, Computer-mediated instruction to facilitate L2 pronunciation: The case of the Spanish occlusives

2:00-2:30pm Charlie Nagle, Germán Zárate-Sández, and Amanda Huensch, Exploring phonetic predictors of intelligibility, comprehensibility, and foreign accent in L2 Spanish speech

2:30-3:00pm Jenna Conklin, Olga Dmitrieva, Ye-Jee Jung, Weiyi Zhai, and Emma Ismail, Impact of reduction on perceptions of affect, competence, and linguistic ability in Spanish-English bilinguals

3:00-3:30pm Break

3:30-5:00pm Ignite (10 minutes per presentation/30 minutes Q&A)

Saturday, February 19

9:00-10:00am Plenary 2, Germán Zárate-Sández

10:00-10:30am Break

Session 7

10:30-11:00am Ana Paula Huback and Raquel Márcia Fontes Martins, Pronúncia do português brasileiro: o que e como ensinar em cursos elementares

11:00-11:30am Sergio Casado Ariza, Gillian Lord, Sabrina Cohen, The acoustic and perceptual effects of face coverings on Spanish sounds

11:30am-12:00pm Carlos Andrés Rojas, Computerized pronunciation training of Spanish rhotics

12:00-1:00pm Lunch Break

Session 8

1:00-1:30pm Juan José Garrido Pozú, L2 lexical segmentation: L2 learners’ sensitivity to syllabic structure in speech perception

1:30-2:00pm Nicole Rodríguez, Perceptual gains via instructional games: An examination of the perception and production of lexical stress in Spanish-English heritage bilingual children

2:00-2:30pm Kendall Aycock, The effects of online classroom training in the production and perception of Spanish declarative intonation by intermediate Spanish learners

Thank you to our abstract reviewers!

Gillian Lord
Marta Ortega-Llebaria
Jorge Méndez Seijas
Ji Young Kim
Anabela Rato
Nick Henriksen
André Zampaulo
Christine Shea
Ben Schmeiser
Yasaman Rafat
Avizia Long
Lauren Schmidt
Amanda Boomershine
Manuela González Bueno

Tim Face
Joseph Casillas
Michael Gradoville
Rebeka Campos-Astorkiza
Whitney Chappell
Antje Muntendam
Kim Geeslin
Laura Colantoni
Ray Elliott
Sonia Colina
Phillip Carter
Carolina González
Eric Holt
Dan Olson
Brandon Rogers

Christy García
Bret Linford
Emily Kuder
Mark Amengual
Megan Solon
Germán Zárate-Sández
Denise Osborne
Mandy Menke
Jennifer Cabrelli
Elena Schoonmaker-Gates
Mary Zampini
Natalia Mazzaro
Liz Goodin-Mayeda
Rebecca Ronquest