Publications
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Mirjam Ernestus

Centre for Language Studies
Radboud University Nijmegen
P.O. Box 310
6500 AH Nijmegen
The Netherlands

Email: m.ernestus@let.ru.nl
Telephone: +31-243612970
Fax: +31-243521213

Language in Mind
Centre for Language Studies
Faculty of Arts
Radboud University Nijmegen

Publications in press

Journal articles

  • M. Van de Ven & M. Ernestus (in press). Segmental/durational cues in the processing of reduced words. Language and Speech. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, M. Dikmans, & G. Giezenaar (in press). Advanced second language learners experience difficulties processing reduced word pronunciation variants. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics. [pdf]
  • S. Brand & M. Ernestus (in press). Listeners’ processing of a given reduced word pronunciation variant directly reflects their exposure to this variant: evidence from native listeners and learners of French. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. [pdf]
  • K. Koppen, M. Ernestus, & M. van Mulken (in press). The influence of social distance on speech behavior: Formality variation in casual speech. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. [pdf]
  • H. Kouwenhoven, M. van Mulken, & M. Ernestus (in press). Communication strategy use by Spanish speakers of English in formal and informal speech. International Journal of Bilingualism. [pdf]
  • H. Kouwenhoven, M. Ernestus, & M. van Mulken (in press). Register variation by Spanish users of English. The Nijmegen Corpus of Spanish English. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. [pdf]

Book chapters

  • M. Ernestus & R. Smith (in press). Qualitative and quantitative aspects of phonetic variation in Dutch eigenlijk. In: F. Cangemi, M. Clayards, O. Niebuhr, B. Schuppler, & M. Zellers (eds.), Rethinking reduction. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. [pdf]

Published

Journal articles

  • M. C. Viebahn, M. Ernestus, & J. M. McQueen (2017). Speaking style influences the brain’s electrophysiological response to grammatical errors in speech comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (7), 1132-1146. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, H. Kouwenhoven, & M. van Mulken (2017). The direct and indirect effects of the phonotactic constraints in the listener's native language on the comprehension of reduced and unreduced word pronunciation variants in a foreign language. Journal of Phonetics 62, 50-64. [pdf]
  • B. Tucker & M. Ernestus (2016). Why we need to investigate casual speech to truly understand language production, processing and the mental lexicon. The Mental Lexicon 11 (3), 375-400. [pdf]
  • L. Drijvers, K. Mulder, & M. Ernestus (2016). Alpha and gamma band oscillations index differential processing of acoustically reduced and full forms. Brain and Language 153-154, 27-37. [pdf]
  • M. Viebahn, M. Ernestus, & J. McQueen (2015). Syntactic predictability in the recognition of carefully and casually produced speech. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (6), 1684-1702. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & A. Cutler (2015). BALDEY: A database of auditory lexical decisions. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68, 8, 1469-1488. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, I. Hanique, & E. Verboom (2015). The effect of speech situation on the occurrence of reduced word pronunciation variants. Journal of Phonetics 48, 60-75. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique, M. Ernestus, & L. Boves (2015). Choice and pronunciation of words: Individual differences within a homogeneous group of speakers. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 11, 161-185. [pdf]
  • J. Schertz & M. Ernestus (2014). Variability in the pronunciation of non-native English the: Effects of frequency and disfluencies. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 10, 329-345. [pdf]
  • M. Lahey & M. Ernestus (2014). Pronunciation Variation in Infant-Directed Speech: Phonetic Reduction of Two Highly Frequent Words. Language Learning and Development 10, 308-327. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2014). Acoustic reduction and the roles of abstractions and exemplars in speech processing. Lingua 142, 27-41. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique, E. Aalders, & M. Ernestus (2013). How robust are exemplar effects?. The Mental Lexicon 8, 269-294. [pdf]
  • E. K. Johnson, M. Lahey, M. Ernestus, & A. Cutler (2013). A multimodal corpus of speech to infant and adult listeners. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134, EL534-EL540. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique, M. Ernestus, & B. Schuppler (2013). Informal speech processes can be categorical in nature, even if they affect many different words. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133, 1644-1655. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique & M. Ernestus (2012). The role of morphology in acoustic reduction. Lingue e linguaggio 11(2), 147-164. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2012). Weakening of intervocalic /s/ in the Nijmegen Corpus of Casual Spanish. Phonetica 69, 124-148. [pdf]
  • B. Schuppler, W.A. van Dommelen, J. Koreman, & M. Ernestus (2012). How linguistic and probabilistic properties of a word affect the realization of its final /t/: Studies at the phonemic and sub-phonemic level. Journal of Phonetics 40, 595-607.
  • M. van de Ven, M. Ernestus, & R. Schreuder (2012). Predicting Acoustically Reduced words in Spontaneous speech: The role of Semantic/Syntactic and Acoustic cues in context. Laboratory Phonology 3, 455-481. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2011). Realization of voiceless stops and vowels in conversational French and Spanish. Laboratory Phonology 2, 331-353. [pdf]
  • A. Bürki, M. Ernestus, C. Gendrot, C. Fougeron, & U.H. Frauenfelder (2011). What affects the presence versus absence of schwa and its duration: A corpus analysis of French connected speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130, 3980-3991. [pdf]
  • B. Braun, A. Dainora, & M. Ernestus (2011). An unfamiliar intonation contour slows down on-line speech comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes 26, 350-375. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & N. Warner (2011). An introduction to reduced pronunciation variants. Journal of Phonetics 39, 253-260. [pdf]
  • E. Janse & M. Ernestus (2011). The roles of bottom-up and top-down information in the recognition of reduced speech: evidence from listeners with normal and impaired hearing. Journal of Phonetics 39, 330-343. [pdf]
  • C. Kuzla & M. Ernestus (2011). Prosodic Conditioning of Phonetic Detail in German Plosive. Journal of Phonetics 39, 143-155. [pdf]
  • B. Schuppler, M. Ernestus, O. Scharenborg, & L. Boves (2011). Acoustic reduction in conversational Dutch: A quantitative analysis based on automatically generated segmental transcriptions. Journal of Phonetics 39, 96-109.
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2011). Vowel elision in casual French: the case of vowel /e/ in the word c'était. Journal of Phonetics 39, 50-58. [pdf]
  • L. de Vaan, M. Ernestus, & R. Schreuder (2011). The lifespan of lexical traces for novel morphologically complex words. The Mental Lexicon 6, 374-392. [pdf]
  • M. van de Ven, B. Tucker, & M. Ernestus (2011). Semantic context effects in the comprehension of reduced pronunciation variants. Memory and Cognition 39, 1301-1316. [pdf]
  • A. Bürki, M. Ernestus, & U.H. Frauenfelder (2010). Is there only one "fenêtre" in the production lexicon? On-line evidence on the nature of phonological representations of pronunciation variants for French schwa words. Journal of Memory and Language 62, 421-437. [pdf]
  • O. Scharenborg, V. Wan, & M. Ernestus (2010). Unsupervised speech segmentation: an analysis of the hypothesised phone boundaries. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 127, 1084-1095. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira, M. Adda-Decker, & M. Ernestus (2010). The Nijmegen corpus of casual French. Speech Communication 52, 201-212. [pdf]
  • V. Kuperman, M. Ernestus, & H. Baayen (2008). Frequency Distributions of Uniphones, Diphones and Triphones in Spontaneous Speech. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 124, 3897-3908. [pdf]
  • J. De Schryver, A. Neijt, P. Ghesquière, & M. Ernestus (2008). Analogy, frequency and sound change, the case of Dutch devoicing. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 20, 159-195. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & A. Neijt (2008). Word length and the location of primary word stress in Dutch, German, and English. Linguistics 46, 507-540. [pdf]
  • H. Mitterer & M. Ernestus (2008). The link between speech perception and production is phonological and abstract: Evidence from the shadowing task. Cognition 108, 168-173. [pdf]
  • H. Mitterer, K. Yoneyama, & M. Ernestus (2008). How we hear what is hardly there: Mechanisms underlying compensation for /t/-reduction in speech comprehension. Journal of Memory and Language 59, 133-152. [pdf]
  • A. Wagner & M. Ernestus (2008). Identification of phonemes: Differences between phoneme classes and the effect of class size. Phonetica 65, 106-127.
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2007). Paradigmatic effects in auditory word recognition: The case of alternating voice in Dutch. Language and Cognitive Processes 22, 1-24. [pdf]
  • V. Kuperman, M. Pluymaekers, M. Ernestus, & R.H. Baayen (2007). Morphological predictability and acoustic duration of interfixes in Dutch compounds. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121, 2261-2271. [pdf]
  • C. Kuzla, T. Cho, & M. Ernestus (2007). Prosodic strengthening of German fricatives in duration and assimilatory devoicing. Journal of Phonetics 35, 301-320. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2006). Statistically gradient generalizations for contrastive phonological features. The Linguistic Review 23, 217-234. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, M. Lahey, F. Verhees, & R.H. Baayen (2006). Lexical frequency and voice assimilation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120, 1040-1051. [pdf]
  • H. Mitterer & M. Ernestus (2006). Listeners recover /t/s that speakers reduce: Evidence from /t/-lenition in Dutch. Journal of Phonetics 34, 73-103. [pdf]
  • A. Wagner, M. Ernestus, & A. Cutler (2006). Formants transitions in fricative identification: The role of native fricative inventory. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120, 2267-2277.
  • L. Wurm, M. Ernestus, R. Schreuder, & R.H. Baayen (2006). Dynamics of the auditory comprehension of prefixed words: cohort entropies and conditional root uniqueness points. The Mental Lexicon 1, 125-146. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & W.M. Mak (2005). Analogical effects in reading Dutch verb forms. Memory and Cognition 33, 1160-1173. [pdf]
  • R. Kemps, M. Ernestus, R. Schreuder, & R.H. Baayen (2005). Prosodic cues for morphological complexity: The case of Dutch plural nouns. Memory and Cognition 33, 430-446. [pdf]
  • R. Kemps, L. Wurm, M. Ernestus, R. Schreuder, & R.H. Baayen (2005). Prosodic cues for morphological complexity in Dutch and English. Language and Cognitive Processes 20, 43-73.
  • K. Keune, M. Ernestus, R. van Hout, & R.H. Baayen (2005). Social, geographical, and register variation in Dutch: From written "mogelijk" to spoken "mok". Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 1, 183-223. [pdf]
  • M. Pluymaekers, M. Ernestus, & R.H. Baayen (2005). Articulatory planning is continuous and sensitive to informational redundancy. Phonetica 62, 146-159. [pdf]
  • M. Pluymaekers, M. Ernestus, & R.H. Baayen (2005). Lexical frequency and acoustic reduction in spoken Dutch. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 18, 2561-2569. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2004). Analogical effects in regular past tense production in Dutch. Linguistics 42, 873-903. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & W.M. Mak (2004). Distinctive phonological features differ in relevance for both spoken and written word recognition. Brain and Language 90, 378-392. [pdf]
  • R. Kemps, M. Ernestus, R. Schreuder, & R.H. Baayen (2004). Processing reduced word forms: The suffix restoration effect. Brain and Language 90, 117-127. [pdf]
  • F. Moscoso del Prado Martín, M. Ernestus, & R.H. Baayen (2004). Do type and token effects reflect different mechanisms? Connectionist modeling of Dutch past-tense formation and final devoicing. Brain and Language 90, 287-298. [pdf]
  • T. Rietveld, R. van Hout, & M. Ernestus (2004). Pitfalls in corpus research. Computers and the Humanities 38, 343-362.
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2003). Predicting the unpredictable: Interpreting neutralized segments in Dutch. Language 79, 5-38. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, R.H. Baayen, & R. Schreuder (2002). The recognition of reduced word forms. Brain and Language 81, 162-173. [pdf]

Book

  • M. Ernestus (2000). Voice assimilation and segment reduction in casual Dutch, a corpus-based study of the phonology-phonetics interface. Utrecht: LOT. [pdf]

Book chapters

  • M. Ernestus (2016). L'utilisation des corpus oraux pour la recherche en (psycho)linguistique. In: M. Kilani-Schoch, C. Surcouf, & A. Xanthos (eds.), Nouvelles technologies et standards méthodologiques en linguistique, pages 65-93. Lausanne: Université de Lausanne. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, G. Giezenaar, L. Boves, & M. Ernestus (2016). Modeling language-learners' errors in understanding casual speech. In: G. Adda, V. Barbu Mititelu, J. Mariani, D. Tufiş, & I. Vasilescu (eds.), Errors by humans and machines in multimedia, multimodal, multilingual data processing. Proceedings of Errare 2015, pages 107-121. Bucharest: Editura Academiei Române. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique, E. Aalders, & M. Ernestus (2015). How robust are exemplar effects in word comprehension?. In: G. Jarema & G. Libben (eds.), Phonological and phonetic considerations of lexical processing, pages 15-39. Amsterdam: Benjamins. [pdf]
  • L. Schubotz, N. Oostdijk, & M. Ernestus (2015). Y'know vs. you know: What phonetic reduction can tell us about pragmatic function. In: S. Lestrade, P. De Swart, & L. Hogeweg (eds.), Addenda: Artikelen voor Ad Foolen, pages 361-380. Njimegen: Radboud University. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2012). Message related variation: segmental within speaker variation. In: A.C. Cohn, C. Fougeron, & M. Huffman (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology, pages 92-102. OUP, Oxford. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2011). Corpora and exemplars in phonology. In: J. Goldsmith, J. Riggle, & A. Yu (eds.), The Handbook of Phonological Theory (2nd ed.), pages 374-400. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, West Sussex. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2011). Categoricality and gradience in phonology theory. In: M. van Oostendorp, C.J. Ewen, E. Hume, & K. Rice (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Phonology. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden, MA & Oxford. [pdf]
  • C. Kuzla, M. Ernestus, & H. Mitterer (2010). Compensation for assimilatory devoicing and prosodic structure in German fricative perception. In: C. Fougeron, B. Kühnert, M. D'Imperio, & N. Vallée (eds.), Laboratory Phonology 10: Phonology and Phonetics, pages 731-757. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin. [pdf]
  • M. Pluymaekers, M. Ernestus, R.H. Baayen, & G.E. Booij (2010). Morphological effects on fine phonetic detail: The case of Dutch -igheid. In: C. Fougeron, B. Kühnert, M. D'Imperio, & N. Vallée (eds.), Laboratory Phonology 10: Phonology and Phonetics, pages 511-531. Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin. [pdf]
  • R. H. Baayen, W.M.J. Levelt, R. Schreuder, & M. Ernestus (2008). Paradigmatic structure in speech production. In: M. Elliott, J. Kirby, O. Sawada, E. Staraki, & S. Yoon (eds.), Proceedings Chicago Linguistics Society 43, Volume 1: The Main Session, pages 1-29. Chicago. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2007). Intraparadigmatic effects on the perception of voice. In: E.J. van der Torre & J. van de Weijer (eds.), Voicing in Dutch: (De)voicing - phonology, phonetics, and psycholinguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2006). The functionality of incomplete neutralization in Dutch: The case of past-tense formation. In: L.M. Goldstein, D.H. Whalen, & C.T. Best (eds.), Laboratory Phonology 8, pages 27-49. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2003). The role of phonology and phonetics in Dutch voice assimilation. In: J. van de Weijer, V.J. van Heuven, & van der Hulst (eds.), The phonological spectrum Volume I: Segmental structure, pages 119-144. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2001). Choosing between the Dutch past-tense suffixes te and de. In: T. van der Wouden & H. de Hoop (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001, pages 81-93. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (1997). The voicedness of intervocalic word-final stops in Dutch. In: J. Coerts & H. de Hoop (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 1997, pages 73-84. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Conference proceedings

  • L. Ten Bosch, L. Boves, & M. Ernestus (2016). Combining data-oriented and process-oriented approaches to modeling reaction time data. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2016: The 17th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, L. Boves, B. Tucker, & M. Ernestus (2015). DIANA: Towards computational modeling reaction times in lexical decision in North American English. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2015: The 16th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, pages 1576-1580. [pdf]
  • S. Brand & M. Ernestus (2015). Reduction of obstruent-liquid-schwa clusters in casual French. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • S. Coridun, M. Ernestus, & L. Ten Bosch (2015). Learning pronunciation variants in a second language: Orthographic effects. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • L. Morano, M. Ernestus, & L. Ten Bosch (2015). Schwa reduction in low-proficiency L2 speakers: Learning and generalization. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • K. Mulder, G. Brekelmans, & M. Ernestus (2015). The processing of schwa reduced cognates and noncognates in non-native listeners of English. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • A. Nijveld, L. Ten Bosch, & M. Ernestus (2015). Exemplar effects arise in a lexical decision task, but only under adverse listening conditions. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, L. Boves, & M. Ernestus (2015). DIANA, an end-to-end computational model of human word comprehension. In Scottish consortium for ICPhS, M. Wolters, J. Livingstone, B. Beattie, R. Smith, M. MacMahon, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS 2015). Glasgow: University of Glasgow. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, M. Ernestus, & L. Boves (2014). Comparing Reaction Time Sequences from Human Participants and Computational Models. In Proceedings of 15th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2014), pages 462-466. [pdf]
  • P. Mizera, P. Pollak, A. Kolman, & M. Ernestus (2014). Impact of Irregular Pronunciations for Phonetic Segmentation of Nijmegen Corpus of Casual Czech. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Text, Speech and Dialogue, pages 499-506. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus, L. Kočková-Amortová, & P. Pollak (2014). The Nijmegen corpus of casual Czech. In Proceedings of LREC 2014: 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, pages 365-370. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, L. Boves, & M. Ernestus (2013). Towards an end-to-end computational model of speech comprehension: simulating a lexical decision task. In Proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2013), pages 2822-2826. [pdf]
  • M.C. Viebahn, M. Ernestus, & J.M. McQueen (2012). Co-occurrence of reduced word forms in natural speech. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2012), pages 2019-2022. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique & M. Ernestus (2012). The processes underlying two frequent casual speech phenomena in Dutch: A production experiment. In Proceedings of the 13th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2012), pages 2011-2014. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique & M. Ernestus (2011). Final /t/ reduction in Dutch past-participles: The role of word predictability and morphological decomposability. In Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2011), pages 2849-2852. Florence, Italy. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, A. Häläinen, & M. Ernestus (2011). Assessing acoustic reduction: Exploiting local structure in speech. In Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2011), pages 2665-2668. Florence, Italy. [pdf]
  • I. Hanique, B. Schuppler, & M. Ernestus (2010). Morphological and predictability effects on schwa reduction: The case of Dutch word-initial syllables. In Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2010), pages 933-936. Makuhari, Japan. [pdf]
  • B. Schuppler, M. Ernestus, W. Van Dommelen, & J. Koreman (2010). Predicting human perception and ASR classification of word-final [t] by its acoustic sub-segmental properties. In Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2010), pages 2466-2469. Makuhari, Japan. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2010). Phrase-medial vowel devoicing in spontaneous French. In Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2010), pages 2006-2009. Makuhari, Japan. [pdf]
  • M. Van de Ven, B.V. Tucker, & M. Ernestus (2010). Semantic facilitation in bilingual everyday speech comprehension. In Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2010), pages 1245-1248. Makuhari, Japan. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2010). The Nijmegen Corpus of Casual Spanish. In Proceedings of the Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation 2010, pages 2981-2985. [pdf]
  • R.O. Sikveland, A. Öttl, I. Amdal, M. Ernestus, T. Svendsen, & J. Edlund (2010). Spontal-N: A corpus of interactional spoken Norwegian. In Proceedings of the Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation 2010, pages 2986-2991. [pdf]
  • H. Spilková, D. Brenner, A. Öttl, P. Vondricka, W. van Dommelen, & M. Ernestus (2010). The Kachna L1/L2 Picture Replication Corpus. In Proceedings of the Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation 2010, pages 2432-2436. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2009). The roles of reconstruction and lexical storage in the comprehension of regular pronunciation variants. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2009), pages 1875-1878. Causal Productions Pty Ltd. [pdf]
  • F. Torreira & M. Ernestus (2009). Probabilistic effects on French [t] duration. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2009), pages 448-451. Causal Productions Pty Ltd. [pdf]
  • B. Schuppler, W. van Dommelen, J. Koreman, & M. Ernestus (2009). Word-final [t]-deletion: An analysis on the segmental and sub-segmental level. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2009), pages 2275-2278. Causal Productions Pty Ltd. [pdf]
  • M. Van de Ven, B. Tucker, & M. Ernestus (2009). Semantic context effects in the recognition of acoustically unreduced and reduced words. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2009), pages 1867-1870. Causal Productions Pty Ltd. [pdf]
  • B. Schuppler, M. Ernestus, O. Scharenborg, & L. Boves (2008). Preparing a corpus of Dutch spontaneous dialogues for automatic phonetic analysis. In Proceedings of the 9th Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association (Interspeech 2008) - ISCA Archive, pages 1638-1641. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2007). The comprehension of acoustically reduced morphologically complex words: The roles of deletion, duration, and frequency of occurrence. In Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, pages 773-776. Saarbrücken. [pdf]
  • C. Kuzla & M. Ernestus (2007). Prosodic conditioning of phonetic detail of German plosives. In Proceedings of 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, pages 461-464. Saarbrücken. [pdf]
  • O. Scharenborg, M. Ernestus, & V. Wan (2007). Segmentation of Speech: Child's play?. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2007. Antwerp, Belgium. [pdf]
  • C. Kuzla, H. Mitterer, M. Ernestus, & A. Cutler (2006). Perceptual compensation for voice assimilation of German fricatives. In Proceedings of the 11th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, pages 394-399. Auckland, December.
  • C. Kuzla, M. Ernestus, & H. Mitterer (2006). Prosodic structure affects the production and perception of voice-assimilated German fricatives. In R. Hoffmann and H. Mixdorff (eds.) Speech Prosody 2006. Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation 40. Dresden: TUD press. [pdf]
  • M. Pluymaekers, M. Ernestus, & R.H. Baayen (2006). Effects of word frequency on the acoustic durations of affixes. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2006 - ICSLP, pages 953-956. [pdf]
  • L. Ten Bosch, R.H. Baayen, & M. Ernestus (2006). On speech variation and word type differentiation by articulatory feature representations. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2006 - ICSLP, pages 2230-2233. [pdf]

Publications in Dutch

  • M. Ernestus, G. Giezenaar, & M. Dikmans (2016). Ikfstajezotuuknie: Half uitgesproken woorden in alledaagse gesprekken. Les 199, 7-9. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & G. Giezenaar (2015). Een goed verstaander heeft maar een half woord nodig. In B. Bossers (Ed.), Klassiek vakwerk II: Achtergronden van het NT2-onderwijs, 143-155. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & G. Giezenaar (2014). Een goed verstaander heeft maar een half woord nodig. In B. Bossers (Ed.), Vakwerk 9: Achtergronden van de NT2-lespraktijk: Lezingen conferentie Hoeven 2014, 81-92. [pdf]
  • J. De Schryver, A. Neijt, P. Ghesquière, & M. Ernestus (2013). Zij surfde, maar hij durfte niet. De spellingproblematiek van de zwakke verleden tijd in Nederland en Vlaanderen. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 2:2, 133-151. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus (2013). Inaugural lecture presented at Radboud University Nijmegen, 18-01-2013. Halve woorden. [pdf]
  • M. Ernestus & R.H. Baayen (2006). Meervouden in Nederlandse dialecten: Stamalternantie onderhoudt suffixvariatie. Taal en Tongval Themanummer 18, 106-115. [pdf]
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