Ford, C., Nenadić, F., Brenner, D., & Tucker B.V (2017). Effects of the variation of phone duration on word processing. Presented at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Boston, MA).

Nenadić, F. & Tucker B.V (2017). Reading aloud: Acoustic differences between prose and poetry. Presented at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Boston, MA).

Kelley, M.C. & Tucker B.V (2017). How do we recognize pseudowords in an audio signal? Presented at the 173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Boston, MA).

Kelley, M.C. & Tucker B.V. (2017).  How are pseudo-words recognized in an auditory lexical decision task? Presented at the NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference (NoWPhon) 2017 (Vancouver, BC).

Brenner, D., Kharlamov, V., & Tucker, B.V. (2016). Fricatives in conversational vs. read speech in mid-Western American English. Presented at the 5th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan (Honolulu, HI).

Ford,C., Tucker, B.V. & Ono, T. (2016). Voiceless vowels in Miyako. Presented at the 5th Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan (Honolulu, HI).

Kharlamov, V., Brenner, D., & Tucker, B.V. (2016). The Acoustics of Conversational Fricatives in Mid-Western American English. Presented at the “Reduction” Satellite event at the Laboratory Phonology 15 (Ithaca, NY).

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.

Shantz, K. & Tucker B.V. (2016) How to pronounce a hyphen: evidence from word naming. The Tenth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.

Kelley, M.C., Morrison, G.S., & Tucker, B.V. (2016). A comparison of vowel overlap metrics. NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference (NoWPhon) 2016 (Eugene, OR).

Tucker, B.V., Brenner, D., & Kharlamov, V. (2016). The acoustics of conversational fricatives in Mid-Western American English. Presented at the NorthWest Phonetics & Phonology Conference (NoWPhon) 2016 (Eugene, OR).

Sims, M. & Tucker, B.V. (2016). Representation of Acoustic Detail. Presented at the Laboratory Phonology 15 (Ithaca, NY).

Alarifi, A. & Tucker, B.V. (2016). An acoustic investigation of the categorical and gradient spread of pharyngealization in Urban Najdi Arabic. Presented at the Laboratory Phonology 15 (Ithaca, NY).

Tucker, B.V. & Brenner, D. (2016). MALD: Massive Auditory Lexical Decision. Presented at the Laboratory Phonology 15 (Ithaca, NY).

Brenner, D. & Tucker, B.V. (2016) Acoustic reduction, context, and inter-stimulus interval in cross-modal priming. Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Salt Lake City, UT).

Ford, C., Tucker, B.V., & Ono, T. (2016) The status of voiceless nasals in Miyako Ryukyuan. Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Salt Lake City, UT).

Sims, M., Tucker, B.V. & Baayen, R.H. (2016) Morphological effects on formant movement in spontaneous speech. Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Salt Lake City, UT).

Crosby, G.H., Tucker, B.V., & Fagnan, L. (2016). The effect of chiaroscuro and coup de glotte training on reducing the effects of intrinsic pitch in sung vowel transitions. Presented at the 171st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Salt Lake City, UT).

Nenadić, F., Milin, P., & Tucker, B.V. (2016). Reading literary texts: Tracking eye movements in prose and poetry reading. Paper presented at „XXII scientific conference Empirical studies in psychology“, Belgrade, 18. – 20. March 2015.

Nenadić, F.,Tucker, B.V., & Milin, P. (2016). Relative entropy effects on lexical recognition of spoken Romanian verbs. Paper presented at „XXII scientific conference Empirical studies in psychology“, Belgrade, 18. – 20. March 2015.

Hawthorne, K. & Tucker, B.V. (2016). Effects of reduced medial consonant on the time-course of word recognition. Linguistic Society of America (Washington DC, USA).

Tucker, B.V., Hawthorne, K. (2015). How lexical competition unfolds in the recognition of reduced and unreduced word-medial stops. Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. (Halifax, NS)

Harrigan, A.G., Tucker, B.V. (2015). Vowels spaces and reduction in Plains Cree. Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. (Halifax, NS)

Nearey, T.M., Tucker, B.V., Barreda, S. (2015). Unraveling phonological versus auditory context effects in the perception of synthetic liquid+stop clusters. Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. (Halifax, NS)

Bernhard, D., Tucker, B.V. (2015). The effects of duration on human processing of reduced speech. Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. (Halifax, NS)

Mukai, Y., Tucker, B.V. (2015). Rhythm metrics of spontaneous speech and accent. Acoustics Week in Canada 2015. (Halifax, NS)

Alarifi, A. (2015) Aspects of pharyngealization spread in Urban Najdi Arabic. Presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics (Lethbridge, AB).

Podlubny, R., Geeraert, K., & Tucker, B.V. (2015) It’s all about, like, acoustics. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015.

Porretta, V. & Tucker, B.V. (2015) Intelligibility of foreign-accented words: Acoustic distances and gradient foreign accentedness. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015.

Hawthorne, K., Järvikivi, J. & Tucker, B.V. (2015). The impact of accented prosody on parsing speech. Poster presented at the Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference. (Ottawa, ON).

Warner, Natasha L., Miguel Simonet, Benjamin V. Tucker, Dan Brenner, Maureen Hoffmann, Alejandra Baltazar, Andrea Morales and Yamile Diaz.(2014) Spontaneous speech variability across languages: Labial and velar stops. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 135, 2356

Tucker, B.V., Brenner, D., Sims, M.N. (2014). Medial stop reduction and word recognition “in the wild”. The Ninth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON.

Podlubny, R., Geeraert, K., & Tucker, B.V. (2014) “It’s all about, like, acoustics: Comparing like to like.” Presented at the 9th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. (Niagra-on-the-Lake, ON)

Podlubny, R., & Tucker, B.V. (2013) “Less than careful speech: Exploring the roles of target duration and time varying intensity in spoken language processing.” Presented at the 166th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. (San Francisco, CA).

Tucker, B. V. (2013). An acoustic description of Chemehuevi. Presented at the 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (San Francisco, CA).

Puderbaugh, R. & Tucker, B.V. (2013). Acoustic features of Upper Necaxa Totonac ejective fricatives. Presented at the 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (San Francisco, CA).

Chen, T-Y., & Tucker, B. V. (2013). F0 transition as a perceptual cue of lexical tones in Mandarin. Presented at the 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (Edmonton, AB).

Sims, M., & Tucker, B. V. (2013). Linguistic Influences on Fine Phonetic Detail. Presented at the 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (Edmonton, AB).

Porretta, V., Kyröläinen, A.-J., & Tucker, B. V. (2013). Influences on perceived foreign accentedness: Acoustic distances and lexical neighborhoods. Presented at the 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (Edmonton, AB).

Tucker, B.V., Kryuchkova, T., Mackie, K. (2013). Effects of variation on processing of word-medial consonants. Presented at the International Congress on Acoustics (Montreal, QC).

Porretta, V. & Tucker, B. V. (2013). Perception of non-native consonant length in naïve English listeners. Presented at the International Congress on Acoustics (Montreal, QC).

Puderbaugh, R. & Nearey, T.M. (2012). Canadian raising and the perception of consonant voicing. Presented at the 163rd meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Acoustics 2012 (Hong Kong).

Tucker, B.V. & Kuperman, V. (2012). Orthographic influences on the speech production of compounds. Presented at The Mental Lexicon Conference (Montreal, QB).

Sims, M., Bolger, P., Tucker, B. V. (2012). Processing of Reduction in Spontaneous Speech: An Event Related Potential Study. Presented at The Mental Lexicon Conference (Montreal, QB).

Sims, M., Tucker, B. V., Nearey, T. M. (2012). Modelling Vowel Inherent Spectral Change in Spontaneous Speech. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Acoustical Association (Banff, AB).

Yanaky, R. (2012). Consonantal duration scaling in accented words. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Acoustical Association (Banff, AB).

Porretta, V. & Tucker, B.V. (2012). “Predicting accentedness: Acoustic measurements of Chinese-accented English”. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Acoustical Association (Banff, AB).

Podlubny, R. (2012) “The roles of pitch, duration, and amplitude in the perception of spontaneous speech.” Presented at the 2nd Kule Institute for Advanced Study, TIN Conference (2012). (Edmonton, AB)

Porretta, V. & Tucker, B.V. (2012). “Perception of non-native contrast: Consonant length and L1 English listeners”. Presented at the Second Language Acquisition of Phonology 2012. (University of York, UK).

Chan, S.J., Wiens, H., Tucker, B.V., & Campbell, M.M. (2012). “Voice Choral Singing Therapy Outcomes in Persons with Parkinson's Disease”. Poster presentation at the conference of Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (St. John's, NFLD).

Kryuchkova, T., Tucker, B.V. (2011). “Lexical effects on the production of emotional speech”. Presented at the 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (San Diego, CA).

Podlubny, R., Tucker, B.V., & Nearey, T. (2011). ‘Sorry, what was that?’: The roles of pitch, duration, and amplitude in the perception of reduced speech. Poster presented at the Nijmegen Spontaneous Speech Workshop (Nijmegen, NL).

Podlubny, R. & Tucker, B.V. (2011). ‘ZatEnglish?’: An exploration of reduced speech in western Canada. Talk presented at the Undergraduate Research Initiative: Launch Ceremony (Edmonton, AB).

Podlubny, R. & Tucker, B.V. (2011). ‘ZatEnglish?’: An exploration of reduced speech in western Canada. Poster presented at the University of Alberta: Week of Welcome (Edmonton, Ab).

Danielson, D.K. (2011). “Lexical tone processing by monolingual and bilingual speakers of tone and non tone languages.” Presented at the 162nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America meeting (San Diego, CA).

Kryuchkova, T., Tucker, B.V. (2011). “Lexical influences on emotional speech”. Presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics (Edmonton, AB)

Danielson, D.K. (2011). “Lexical tone processing by monolingual and bilingual speakers of tone and non tone languages.” Presented at the Alberta Conference on Linguistics (Edmonton, AB).

Puderbaugh, R. & Tucker, B.V. (2011). “An acoustic description of Maku vowels.” Presented at the 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America meeting (Seattle, WA).

Dilts, P., Baayen, R.H., Tucker, B.V. (2011). “Word duration and segment deletion as measures of reduction in a corpus of spontaneous speech.” Presented at the 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America meeting (Seattle, WA).

Nearey, T.M., Tucker, B.V. (2011). “Category interaction and stimulus effects in the perception of synthetic liquid+stop clusters.” Presented at the 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America meeting (Seattle, WA).

Brenner, D., Warner, N.W., Ernestus, M., Tucker, B.V. (2011). “Parsing the ambiguity of casual speech: “He was like” or“He’s like”? Presented at the 161st Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America meeting (Seattle, WA).

Puderbaugh, R. & Tucker, B.V. (2011). “An acoustic description of the phoneme inventory of Maku.” Presented at Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Arppe, A. & Tucker, B.V. (2011). Allophonic variation is regular. Poster at workshop on new tools and methods for Very-Large-Scale phonetics research (Philadelphia, PA).

Sims, M., Tucker, B.V., & Baayen, H. (2010). “Modulation of Phonetic Duration by Morphological and Lexical Predictors“ Acoustical Society of America, poster presentation; Cancun, Mexico.

Nearey, T.M., & Tucker, B.V. (2010). An acoustic study of [liquid + stop] sequences by native and second-language speakers of English. Poster presentation at the Acoustical Society of America meeting (Cancun, Mexico).

Nearey, Terrance M., & Tucker, Benjamin V. (2010). A perceptual study of [liquid + stop] sequences. Poster presentation at the Canadian Acoustical Association meeting (Victoria, BC).

Kryuchkova, T., Tucker, B.V., Wurm, L., Baayen, R.H. (2010). Pitch Information Provides Privileged Lexical Access for Emotion Words: Evidence from Electroencephalography. Talk presented at the 7th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon (Windsor, Canada).

Sims, M., Tucker, B.V., & Baayen, H. (2010). “Morphological Information and Fine Phonetic Detail in English Irregular Verb" Talk presented at the 7th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon (Windsor, Canada).

Barreda, Santiago and Terrance M. Nearey. (2010) The relationship between fundamental frequency and vowel quality.  Presented at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Baltimore, MD)

Nearey, Terrance M. (2010). A new non-linear regression model for formant trajectories in English monosyllables incorporating dual targets for vowels. Presented at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Baltimore, MD)

Warner, Natasha and Benjamin V. Tucker (2010). "Probably, OK, whatever!": Variability in conversational speech stops and flaps. Presented at the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Baltimore, MD)

Tucker, Benjamin V. and Joyce McDonough. (2010). Investigation of the sounds of Dene Sųłiné: A replication of Goddard’s 1905 study. Presented at Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Sims, Michelle. (2010). "Vowel space in the Athabaskan language of Tsuut'ina: Vowel shift in language attrition". Presented at the Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Cox, Chris and Benjamin V. Tucker. (2010). Collaborative digitization of historical language materials. Presented at the Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America at University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.

Tremblay, Antoine, and Benjamin V. Tucker. (2010) Frequency and multi-word sequences: A psycholinguistic comparison of two corpora. Presented at 2009 meeting of the American Association for Corpus Linguistics (Edmonton, AB).

McDonough, Joyce and Benjamin V. Tucker. (2010). One hundred year tradition of instrumental phonetics in an indigenous community: An airflow and EGG study of Dene Sųłiné to replicate Goddard’s 1905 study. Presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Association for the History of the Language Sciences.

Sims, Michelle. (2009). "Voice identification in accented and foreign language". Presented at the 158th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (San Antonio, TX).

Dickout, V. Janelle & Benjamin V. Tucker (2009). Perception of dialectal variation: Can speakers of Western Canadian English perceive New Zealand English /r/-sandhi? Presented at the 157th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Portland, OR).

Warner, Natasha, Dan Brenner, Anna Woods, Benjamin V. Tucker, Mirjam Ernestus. (2009) Were we or are we? Perception of reduced function words in spontaneous conversations. Presented at the 157th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Portland, OR).

Warner, Natasha, Benjamin V. Tucker & Amy Fountain. (2008). Production of reduced speech: Approximated stops. Presented at the 155th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (Acoustics ’08 Paris).

Warner, Natasha, Benjamin V. Tucker. (2008). Production (or non-production) of American English intervocalic stops. Invited talk at the First Nijmegen Speech Reduction Workshop. (Nijmegen, NL).

Tucker, Benjamin V. (2008). The influence of speech style as context on the processing of reduced North American English flaps. Invited talk at the First Nijmegen Speech Reduction Workshop. (Nijmegen, NL).

Tucker, Benjamin V. (2008). Phonetic variability due to reduction in speech production and processing: The American English Flap. Invited talk at the University of Calgary.

Warner, Natasha & Benjamin V. Tucker. (2008). Fourth formant drop as a correlate of American English Flaps. Presented at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (Chicago, IL).

Tucker, Benjamin V. & Natasha Warner. (2008). Can unusual result of prosodic domain boundary effects: Romanian devoiced nasals. Presented at the annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (Chicago, IL).

Tucker, Benjamin V. (2007). Processing of fine phonetic detail in American English flaps, Presented at the 153rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, (Salt Lake City, UT).