John Coleman

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
Speech and articulatory planning
"John Coleman"
Mean distance: 18.11 (cluster 23)
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John Kelly grad student University of York (UK)
 (Actually undergraduate student)
John Local grad student University of York (UK)


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Oiwi Parker Jones grad student Oxford
Jane Stuart-Smith grad student 1991-1996 Oxford (LinguisTree)
Nivedita Mani grad student 2002-2006 Oxford


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Greg P. Kochanski collaborator 2003- Oxford
Kim Plunkett collaborator 2005- Oxford
 (Developmental Psycholinguistics)
Burton Rosner collaborator 2007 Oxford
Nivedita Mani collaborator 2006-2008 Oxford
 (Developmental Psycholinguistics)
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Bessell N, Gurd JM, Coleman J. (2019) Dissociation between speech modalities in a case of altered accent with unknown origin. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 1-20
Wieling M, Grieve J, Bouma G, et al. (2016) Variation and Change in the Use of Hesitation Markers in Germanic Languages Language Dynamics and Change. 6: 199-234
Coleman J, Renwick MEL, Temple RAM. (2016) Probabilistic underspecification in nasal place assimilation Phonology. 33: 425-458
Baghai-Ravary L, Kochanski G, Coleman J. (2011) Data-driven approaches to objective evaluation of phoneme alignment systems Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 6562: 1-11
Mani N, Coleman J, Plunkett K. (2008) Phonological specificity of vowel contrasts at 18-months. Language and Speech. 51: 3-21
Alvey C, Orphanidou C, Coleman J, et al. (2008) Image quality in non-gated versus gated reconstruction of tongue motion using magnetic resonance imaging: A comparison using automated image processing International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery. 3: 457-464
Grabe E, Kochanski G, Coleman J. (2007) Connecting intonation labels to mathematical descriptions of fundamental frequency. Language and Speech. 50: 281-310
Marsden A, Mackenzie A, Lindsay A, et al. (2007) Tools for searching, annotation and analysis of speech, music, film and video - A survey Literary and Linguistic Computing. 22: 469-488
Kochanski G, Grabe E, Coleman J, et al. (2005) Loudness predicts prominence: fundamental frequency lends little. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 118: 1038-54
Kochanski G, Grabe E, Coleman J. (2004) The difference between a question and a statement: A cross‐dialect survey Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 115: 2398-2398
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