Publications

Conference Proceedings Papers

Mukai, Y., & Tucker, B. V. (2017). The phonetic reduction of nasals and voiced stops in Japanese across speech styles. Proceedings of the 31th General Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan, Tokyo: The Phonetic Society of Japan

Mukai, Y., & Tucker, B. V. (2015). Rhythm metrics and spontaneous speech in Japanese and English. Canadian Acoustics, 43(3), 114-115

Presentations

Mukai, Y., & Tucker, B. V. (2017). The phonetic reduction of nasals and voiced stops in Japanese across speech styles. The 31th General Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan, The University of Tokyo, Japan, September 30th to October 1st, 2017

Mukai, Y. (2017) Durational variability as perceptual correlates of fluency in L2 conversa- tional speech. MLCS Graduate Student Conference:(Dis)Connections, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Feburary 2, 2017

Porretta, V., Mukai, Y. & Tucker, B. V. (2016) What big eyes you have: Pupillary response to reduced speech. The Tenth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, October 19-21, 2016

Mukai, Y. & Tucker, B.V. (2015). Speech timing of spontaneous and read speech in Japanese and English. The Alberta Conference on Linguistics, Lethbridge, Alberta, October 31, 2015

Mukai, Y. & Tucker, B. V. (2015) Rhythm metrics of spontaneous speech and accent in Japanese and English. The Annual Conference of the Canadian Acoustical Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 6-October 8, 2015

Poster Presentations

Mukai, Y., Aoki, H. & Daiju, S. (2017) Acquisition of L2 Japanese rhythm: How does durational variability change over time?. Conference on Pronunciation in Second Language Learning & Teaching 9th Annual Conference, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, September 1-2, 2017

Mukai, Y., Järvikivi, J., Tucker, B. V., & Lõo, K. (2016) Pupil response as a processing measure of morphologically (pseudo) complex words. The Tenth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada, October 19-21, 2016

Invited Presentations

“The effect of speech style on phonetic reduction of nasals and voiced stops in Japanese”, January 24, 2018, Brown-Bag Lunch Talks, Prince Takamado Japan Centre, University of Alberta

“Analyzing linguistic data with linear mixed-effects modeling, generalized additive modeling, and a random forest analysis”, December 19, 2017, Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University

“The effect of orthography in spoken word recognition”, September 28, 2017, Graduate School of Letters, Arts and Sciences, Waseda University

“Pupillometry as a processing measurement of morphologically complex word” and “How much do durational variations matter? Modeling the perception of fluency and accentedness in L2 speech using rhythm metrics”, October 17 2016, Colloquium: Speaker Series, School of Linguistics and Language Studies, Carleton University

“Rhythm of read and spontaneous speech in Japanese and English”, November 12 2015, Spoken Discourse Research Studio, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Alberta

“The processability hierarchy in second language acquisition: Advanced learners of Japanese as a second language”, April 25 2014, Second Language Research Group, Carleton University

Departmental Presentations

Mukai, Y. (2017) Pupillometry and processing of morphologically complex words. Generals Paper Conference Colloquium, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, January 13, 2017

Mukai, Y. (2016) Comparison of timing patterns between read and spontaneous speech in Japanese, English, and L2 English using rhythm metrics. Generals Paper Conference Colloquium, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, February 5, 2016

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