UCSD Phonetics Lab


Welcome to UCSD’s Phonetics Lab! We are located in 4432 AP&M. The focus of the laboratory is to study sound articulation, acoustics, perception, and patterning in adults. The lab is currently equipped with a sound booth for high-quality audio recordings, electroglottography for measuring indirect vocal fold contact, as well as a system for measuring airflow and air pressure.

Recent and Upcoming Events

We are hosting AMP 2018 this October! Click here for the details and program. Two members of the Phonetics Lab will be presenting talks:

Kati Hout will present a talk entitled The disambiguating effects of phonological exceptions in grammar.

Adam McCollum will present a talk entitled Gradient morphophonology: Evidence from Uyghur vowel harmony.

Gabriela Caballero and Marc Garellek will also provide workshops on Underdocumented language data corpus construction and Electroglottography for voice analysis.

Gabriela Caballero and Marc Garellek presented a poster entitled "Multidimensional tonal realization and prosodic variation in Choguita Rarámuri (Tarahumara)" at LabPhon 2018 in Lisbon.

Marc Garellek presented a talk entitled "The effects of prosody on pitch and voice quality of White Hmong tones" at LabPhon 2018 in Lisbon (joint work with Christina Esposito (Macalester).

Lab Address

Phonetics Lab
Applied Physics and Math Building 4432
UCSD Linguistics Department
9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, CA 92093-0108

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