Announcement of HISPhonCog 2018

April 21st, 2018
A program-at-a-glance of HisPhonCog 2018 (Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics & Cognitive Sciences of Language) to be held on May 18-19 (Friday & Saturday) 2018 at Hanyang University, Seoul Korea is now available.
  • Theme:
    Linguistic/cognitive functions of phonetic granularity in speech production and/or perception in L1 and L2.
  • Program-at-a-glance:
  • Free Registration: April 20, 2018 (can be extended a few more days)
    (including Lunches, Banquet and Conference Handbook)
  • Download the pre-registration form:

  • Invited Speakers & Commentator
  • Aoju Chen (Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
    The production, perception and comprehension of prosodic granularity in children and adults
  • Mirjam Ernestus (Radboud University, the Netherlands)
    Does the mental lexicon contain representations for reduced word pronunciation variants? Evidence from native listeners and language learners
  • Elizabeth Johnson (University of Toronto, Canada)
    The acquisition of systematic language variation in early childhood
  • Holger Mitterer(University of Malta, Malta)
    The letters of speech: evidence from perceptual learning and selective adaptation
  • Eva Reinisch (University of Munich, Germany)
    The relation between perception and production of second language sound contrasts
  • Annie Tremblay (University of Kansas, USA)
    The functional weight of suprasegmental cues in the native language predicts spoken word recognition in a second language
  • Natasha Warner (University of Arizona, USA)
    Conversational speech reduction across languages, second languages, and dialects
  • Anne Cutler (Western Sydney University, MARCS, and ARC Centre ofExcellence, Australia)
  • Plus 18 more oral presentations and 40 more poster presentations

    Conference Website: