Rachel E. Baker, Ph.D.

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2010 Linguistics Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Phonetics
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Ann Bradlow grad student 2010 Northwestern
 (The Acquisition of English Focus Marking by Non-Native Speakers.)
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Hazan V, Grynpas J, Baker R. (2012) Is clear speech tailored to counter the effect of specific adverse listening conditions? The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 132: EL371-7
Smith R, Baker R, Hawkins S. (2012) Phonetic detail that distinguishes prefixed from pseudo-prefixed words Journal of Phonetics. 40: 689-705
Granlund S, Hazan V, Baker R. (2012) An acoustic-phonetic comparison of the clear speaking styles of Finnish-English late bilinguals Journal of Phonetics. 40: 509-520
Hazan V, Baker R. (2011) Acoustic-phonetic characteristics of speech produced with communicative intent to counter adverse listening conditions. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 130: 2139-52
Baker RE, Baese-Berk M, Bonnasse-Gahot L, et al. (2011) Word Durations in Non-Native English. Journal of Phonetics. 39: 1-17
Baker R, Hazan V. (2011) DiapixUK: task materials for the elicitation of multiple spontaneous speech dialogs. Behavior Research Methods. 43: 761-70
Van Engen KJ, Baese-Berk M, Baker RE, et al. (2010) The Wildcat Corpus of native- and foreign-accented English: communicative efficiency across conversational dyads with varying language alignment profiles. Language and Speech. 53: 510-40
Baker RE, Bradlow AR. (2009) Variability in word duration as a function of probability, speech style, and prosody. Language and Speech. 52: 391-413
Baker RE, Gill AJ, Cassell J. (2008) Reactive redundancy and listener comprehension in direction-giving Acl-08: Hlt - Proceedings of the 9th Sigdial Workshop On Discourse and Dialogue. 37-45
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