(excludes book reviews, most conference papers and book chapters, and quite a few older items)
books     articles since 2015     articles 2000-2014    articles 1978-1999     a few selected talks
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in press. 语调音系学 (Chinese translation of Intonational Phonology, 2nd edition). Translated by Ma Qiuwu (马秋武). To appear in 2022. Commercial Press (商务印书馆), Beijing.
2020. (Co-editors: B. Connell and D. R. Ladd). A Study of Mambila: Emmi Meyer's Mambila-Studie (translated and updated with commentaries to mark the 80th anniversary of the original publication in Afrika und Übersee). Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.
1996. Intonational Phonology. Cambridge University Press.
1992. (Co-editors: G. J. Docherty and D. R. Ladd). Papers in Laboratory Phonology II: Gesture, Segment, Prosody. Cambridge University Press.
1983. (Co-editors: A. Cutler and D. R. Ladd). Prosody: Models and Measurements Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
1980 The Structure of Intonational Meaning: Evidence from English. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Forthcoming. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and A. Arvaniti). Prosodic prominence across languages. To appear in Annual Review of Linguistics, vol. 8 (2022).
Forthcoming. Two problems in theories of tone-melody matching. To appear in Studies in Prosodic Grammar, 2022.
2022a. The Trouble with ToBI. In Barnes and Shattuck-Hufnagel, eds. Prosodic Theory and Practice, MIT Press, pp. 247-257.
2022b. Mid-century American phonology: the post-Bloomfieldians. In Dresher and van der Hulst, eds. The Oxford History of Phonology, Oxford University Press, pp. 356-371.
2021b. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and M. L. Blum). On the systematic nature of Dinka noun number morphology. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 42: 223-252. Online at https://doi.org/10.1515/jall-2021-2020.
2020a. (Co-authors: J. Kirby, D. R. Ladd, J. Gao, Z. Elliott). Elicitation context does not drive F0 lowering following voiced stops: evidence from French and Italian. JASA Express Letters, 7 June 2020, online at osf.io/gx2wh.
2020b. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and J. Kirby). Tone-melody matching in tone language singing. In Chen and Gussenhoven, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Prosody, Oxford University Press, pp. 676-687.
2019. O que é Prosódia? (Portuguese translation of chapter 3 of my 2014 book). In Working Papers em Linguística vol. 20, Universidade Federal de Santa Caterina, Brazil. Online at http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1984-8420.2019v20n1p8
2018. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and S. Schmid). Obstruent voicing effects on F0, but without voicing: Phonetic correlates of Swiss German lenis, fortis, and aspirated stops. Journal of Phonetics 71: 229-248. Published online October 2018, doi.org/10.1016/j.wocn.2018.09.003
2016a. Commentary: Tone languages and laryngeal precision. Journal of Language Evolution 1: 70-72; published online February 2016, doi: 10.1093/jole/lzv014. Supplementary Materials.
2016b. (Co-authors: J. Kirby and D. R. Ladd). Effects of obstruent voicing on vowel F0: evidence from "true voicing" languages . Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140: 2400-2411. Published online October 2016, doi: 10.1121/1.4962445 . Available here from Edinburgh Research Explorer.
2016c. (Co-authors: M. E. L. Renwick and D. R. Ladd). Phonetic distinctiveness vs. lexical contrastiveness in non-robust phonemic contrasts. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 7(1): 19 (pp. 1-29). doi: 10.5334/labphon.17
2016d. (Co-authors: J. Kirby and D. R. Ladd). Tone-melody correspondence in Vietnamese popular song. Paper presented at TAL (Conference on Tonal Aspects of Language), Buffalo NY, May 2016.
2015a. The American four-level analysis of intonation contours: historical postscript. Historiographia Linguistica 42: 119-137.
2015b. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, S. G. Roberts, D. Dediu). Correlational studies in typological and historical linguistics. Annual Review of Linguistics, vol. 1, pp. 221-241. An "e-print" is available here.
2015c. (Co-authors, C. Caldwell-Harris, A. Lancaster, D. R. Ladd, D. Dediu, M. Christiansen). Factors influencing sensitivity to tone in an artificial language: Implications for second language learning. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 37: 335-357.
2015d. (Co-authors: P. Bestelmeyer, P. Belin, D. R. Ladd). A neural marker for social bias toward in-group accents. Cerebral Cortex 25: 3953-3961; published online December 2014, doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhu282.
2015e. (Co-authors: A. Arvaniti and D. R. Ladd). Underspecification in intonation revisited: a reply to Xu, Lee, Prom-on and Liu. Phonology 32: 537-541.
For many of these papers a pdf of the final submitted typescript (or a link to an open-access published version) is made available here for private use. Citations and direct quotes should always be based on the published version.
2013a. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, R. Turnbull, C. Browne, C. Caldwell-Harris, L. Ganushchak, K. Swoboda, V. Woodfield, D. Dediu). Patterns of individual differences in the perception of missing-fundamental tones. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39: 1386-1397. Available online (subscribers only?) at http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0031261. A prepublication version that incorporates the online supplementary materials is here. Sound files of the complete set of stimuli used in the experiment 4 series are here.
2012a. Orthographic reform in Dinka: Some general considerations and a proposal. Discussion document. Re-posted on the general Dinka language and culture blog Piööcku Thuɔŋjäŋ.
2009a. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, Astrid Schepman, Laurence White, Louise May Quarmby, and Rebekah Stackhouse). Structural and dialectal effects on pitch peak alignment in two varieties of British English. Journal of Phonetics 37: 145-161; published online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wocn.2008.11.001. (A handout from a related paper presented at the 13th Manchester Phonology Meeting (13mfm) is available here.)
2009b. (Co-authors: Amalia Arvaniti and D. R. Ladd). Greek wh-questions and the phonology of intonation. Phonology 26: 43-74.
2009c. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, Bert Remijsen, and Caguor Adong Manyang). On the distinction between regular and irregular inflectional morphology: evidence from Dinka. Language 85: 659-670.
2008a. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, Dan Dediu, and Anna R. Kinsella). Languages and genes: Reflections on biolinguistics and the nature-nurture question. Biolinguistics 2: 114-126.
2008c. (Co-authors: Bert Remijsen and D. R. Ladd). The tone system of the Luanyjang dialect of Dinka. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 29: 173-213.
2008d. (Co-authors: Nikolaus Himmelmann and D. R. Ladd). Prosodic description: An introduction for fieldworkers. Language Documentation and Conservation 2: 244-274.
2007a. (Co-authors: Dan Dediu and D. Robert Ladd). Linguistic tone is related to the population frequency of the adaptive haplogroups of two brain size genes, ASPM and Microcephalin. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 10944-10949. Online reference dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0610848104. Additional Information.
2007b. (Co-authors: Jennifer Pope, Miriam Meyerhoff and D. Robert Ladd). Forty years of language change on Martha's Vineyard. Language 83: 615-627.
2006a. (Co-authors: A. Schepman, R.Lickley and D. R. Ladd). Effects of vowel length and "right context" on the alignment of Dutch nuclear accents. Journal of Phonetics 34: 1-28.
2006b. (Co-Authors: Amalia Arvaniti, D. R. Ladd, and Ineke Mennen). Effects of focus and "tonal crowding" in intonation: Evidence from Greek polar questions. Speech Communication 48: 667-696.
2006d. (Co-Authors: Amalia Arvaniti, D. R. Ladd, and Ineke Mennen). Tonal association and tonal alignment: Evidence from Greek polar questions and contrastive statements. Language and Speech 49: 421-450.
2005. (Co-authors: R. Lickley, A. Schepman and D. R. Ladd). Alignment of "phrase accent" lows in Dutch falling-rising questions: Theoretical and methodological implications. Language and Speech 48: 157-183.
2004. (Co-authors: M. Atterer and D. R. Ladd). On the phonetics and phonology of "segmental anchoring" of F0: Evidence from German. Journal of Phonetics 32, 177-197.
2003a. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and A. Schepman). "Sagging transitions" between high accent peaks in English: experimental evidence. Journal of Phonetics 31: 81-112.
2003b. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd and J. M. Scobbie). External sandhi as gestural overlap? Counter-evidence from Sardinian. In Local et al. (eds), Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI, Cambridge University Press, pp. 164-182.
2000a. (Co-authors: J. Pierrehumbert, M. E. Beckman, D. R. Ladd). Conceptual foundations of phonology as a laboratory science . In N. Burton-Roberts, P. Carr, G. J. Docherty (eds.), Conceptual and Empirical Foundations of Phonology, Oxford University Press, pp. 273-303. Reprinted 2012 in A.Cohn, C. Fougeron, M. Huffman (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology , Oxford University Press, pp. 17-39.
2000b. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, I. Mennen, A. Schepman). Phonological conditioning of peak alignment of rising pitch accents in Dutch. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 107: 2685-2696.
2000c. (Co-authors: M. Grice, D. R. Ladd, A. Arvaniti). On the place of phrase accents in intonational phonology. Phonology 17: 143-186.
For many of these older papers there is no suitable electronic source for creating a pdf. Where possible I am working (slowly) to make scanned versions available.
1999. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, D. Faulkner, H. Faulkner, A. Schepman) Constant "segmental anchoring" of F0 movements under changes in speech rate. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106: 1543-1554.
1998. (Co-Authors: A. Arvaniti, D. R. Ladd, and I. Mennen). Stability of tonal alignment: the case of Greek prenuclear accents. Journal of Phonetics 26: 3-25.
1997. (Co-Authors: D. R. Ladd and R. Morton). The perception of intonational emphasis: Continuous or categorical? Journal of Phonetics 25: 313-342.
1994. (Co-Authors: D. R. Ladd, J. Verhoeven, K. Jacobs). Influence of adjacent pitch accents on each other's perceived prominence: Two contradictory effects. Journal of Phonetics 22: 87-99.
1993a. On the theoretical status of "the baseline" in modelling intonation. Language and Speech 36: 435-451.
1993b. Constraints on the gradient variability of pitch range (or) Pitch level 4 lives! In Papers in Laboratory Phonology III (P. Keating, ed.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 43-63.
1990a. Metrical representation of pitch register. In Papers in Laboratory Phonology I: Between the Grammar and Physics of Speech (J. Kingston and M. Beckman, eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 35-57.
1988. Declination "reset" and the hierarchical organization of utterances. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 84: 530-544.
1986. Intonational phrasing: The case for recursive prosodic structure. Phonology Yearbook 3: 311-340.
1985. (Co-authors: D. R. Ladd, K. Silverman, F. Tolkmitt, G. Bergmann, and K. R. Scherer). Evidence for the independent function of intonation contour type, voice quality, and F0 range in signalling speaker affect. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 78: 435-444.
1983a. Phonological features of intonational peaks. Language 59: 721-759.
1983b. Even, focus, and normal stress. Journal of Semantics 2: 54-67.
1981. A first look at the semantics and pragmatics of negative questions and tag questions. Proceedings of Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS) vol. 17, pp. 164-171.
1980. English compound stress. Proceedings of the Eleventh Meeting of the Northeast Linguistic Society (NELS 11). Reprinted in D. Gibbon and H. Richter (eds.), Intonation, Accent, and Rhythm (Berlin, de Gruyter, 1984), pp. 253-266.
1978. Stylized intonation. Language 54: 517-540.
As will be clear from their informal style, approximate references, and so on, these talks are posted here in essentially the form in which they were delivered. This should be taken into account by anyone citing them, and ideally they should not be quoted verbatim.
2011-14x.Individual differences in pitch perception, and their possible relevance for language typology. One version of a paper presented to various audiences, including the 27th Annual Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan in Kanazawa in September 2013.
2008x. Phonological equivalence of pitch level in speech. Paper presented at a conference at Tufts University in July 2008 on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the publication of Lerdahl and Jackendoff's Generative Theory of Tonal Music.
updated March 2022