Publications and Presentations

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https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amelia_Kimball


Publications

in peer reviewed journals

under review         Amelia E. Kimball, Kailen Shantz, Chris Eager, Joe Roy, Beyond maximal random effects for logistic regression: moving past convergence errors

in peer reviewed conference proceedings

2016        Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole, Pitch contour shape matters in memory, Proceedings of Speech Prosody 8, Boston, MA.

2015          Amelia E. Kimball, Jennifer Cole, Gary Dell, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, Categorical vs. episodic memory for pitch accents in American English. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK.  (*Best student paper award winner)

2014          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole, Avoidance of Stress Clash in Perception of American English  Proceedings of Speech Prosody 7, Dublin, Ireland.

2014          Amelia E. Kimball, The (Statistical) Power of Mechanical Turk. Proceedings of the Purdue Linguistics Association Symposium 2014, West Lafayette, IN.

Manuscripts in preparation

Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole, Perception of regular meter in conversational American English

Amelia E. Kimball, Loretta K. Yiu, Duane Watson, Word recall is affected by surrounding metrical  context.


Conference Presentations

2016          Joe Roy, Chris Eager, Kailen Shantz, and Amelia E. Kimball  “Convergence and mixed effects: using Bayesian models in order to better understand linguistic data.” Joint Statistical Meeting, Chicago, IL 8/2

 2016          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Perception of Syllable Stress Varies by Listener” Association for Laboratory Phonology. Ithaca,NY 7/14 (poster)

2016          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Testing the predictions of metrical theory: variability in reported word-level stress” Framing Speech: Satellite meeting to Speech Prosody 8, Boston, MA 6/03(poster)

2016          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Pitch Contour Shape matters in memory” Speech Prosody 8, Boston, MA 5/27 (poster)

2016          Amelia Kimball, Chris Eager, Kailen Shantz “Bayesian Models as a solution to convergence errors in mixed-effect models.” Midwest Speech and Language Days, Bloomington, IN, 5/14 (poster)

2016          Amelia E. Kimball, Chris Eager, Kailen Shantz, and Joe Roy “When mixed effects aren’t enough: Bayesian models of linguistic dataIllinois Language and Linguistics Society, Urbana, IL  4/21

2016          Ben Somers*, Naif Mansury*, Amelia Kimball “Categorical Perception in Memory” Undergraduate  Research Symposisum, Urbana, IL 4/21 (*undergraduate advisees) (poster)

2016          Naif Mansury*, Amelia Kimball “Memory for Speech Categories” Undergraduate Research  Apprenticeship Program poster presentation, Urbana, IL 4/18 (*undergraduate advisee) (poster)

2015          Amelia E. Kimball, Jennifer Cole, Gary Dell, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel “Categorical vs. episodic memory for pitch accents in American English,” International Congress on Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK 8/11

2015          Amelia E. Kimball, Jennifer Cole, Gary Dell, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel “Is Phonetic Variation Represented in memory for Pitch Accents?” Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Prosody 3, Urbana, IL  5/28

2015          Amelia E. Kimball, Loretta Yiu, Duane Watson, “Metrical regularity of surrounding context affects word recall” Experimental and Theoretical Approaches to Prosody 3, Urbana, IL  5/28(poster)

2015          Amelia E. Kimball, Jennifer Cole, Gary Dell, Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel “Do listeners remember subcategorical acoustic detail for prosody?  Berkeley Linguistics Society, Berkeley, CA 2/05

2014          Amelia  E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Testing the Hypothesis of Episodic Memory for Prosody” Mid-continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, Madison, WI 9/13

2014          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Avoidance of Stress Clash in Perception of American English” Speech Prosody 7, Dublin, Ireland 5/21 (poster)

2014          Abdul Malik Abbasi and Amelia E. Kimball “Word stress in Sindhi and English: Implications for Learners of English.” University of Illinois Program for Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education Graduate Research Symposium Urbana, IL  5/08 (poster)

2014          Amelia  E. Kimball  “Optimizing Reliability of Crowdsourced Data” Midwest  Speech and Language Days 2014, Urbana, IL 5/2 (poster)

2014          Amelia E. Kimball “For Acoustic Measurements, to Hand Segment or to Use an Aligner? When in Doubt, Do Both.” Illinois Language and Linguistics Society, Urbana, IL  4/5

2014          Amelia  E. Kimball “The (Statistical) Power of Mechanical Turk” Purdue Linguistics Association Symposium, West Lafayette, IN 3/20

2014          Amelia E. Kimball and Duane Watson “The Case of the Thirteen Camels: Eyetracking data show that contrary to phonological theory listeners prefer stress clash patterns to stress-shifted alternatives” Purdue Linguistics Association Symposium, West Lafayette, IN 3/20

2014          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole “Is Metrical Regularity Perceived in Conversational Speech?” Linguistics Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis MN 1/4 (poster)

2013          Annette Sassi, Anushree Bopardikar, Amelia Kimball, and Sarah Michaels “From ‘sharing out’ to ‘working through ideas’: Helping teachers transition to more productive science talk.” Annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), Rio Grande, Puerto Rico  4/9

2013          Amelia E. Kimball and Jennifer Cole ” Is Conversational Speech Perceived as Regular?” Mid-continental Phonetics and Phonology Conference, Ann Arbor 3/22 (poster)