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Heike Schoormann

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

  • Phonetik & Phonologie (insb. akustische Phonetik)
  • Dialektologie & Variationslinguistik
  • Niederdeutsch & Saterfriesisch

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Curriculum Vitae

  • seit 10/2015: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Institut für Germanistik, Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft (Elternzeit von 01/2020 bis 10/2020)
  • 10/2012 bis 09/2015: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Institut für Germanistik, DFG-Projekt „Lautliche und prosodische Variation im Saterland: Saterfriesisch, Niederdeutsch und Hochdeutsch"
  • 10/2012 bis 12/2012: Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Institut für Germanistik, Prof. Dr. Jörg Peters
  • 10/2005 bis 10/2010: Studium der Deutschen Philologie, Englischen Philologie und All­ge­mei­nen Sprachwissenschaft an der WWU Münster

Publikationen

  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2021). Birds of a feather flock together but opposites attract! On the interaction of f0 entrainment, perceived attractiveness, and conversational quality in dating conversations. In M. Barkat-Defradas, B. Weiss, J. Trouvain, & J. J. Ohala (Eds.). Voice attractiveness: Studies on sexy, likable, and charismatic speakers (pp. 215–242). Springer.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2020). Saterfriesisch, Niederdeutsch, Hochdeutsch: Sprachkontakt im Vokalismus trilingualer Saterfriesen. Jahrbuch des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachforschung143, 68–85.
  • Michalsky, J., Schoormann, H., & Schultze-Gerlach, T. (2019). Towards the prosody of persuasion in competitive negotiation: The relationship between f0 and negotiation success in same sex sales tasksProceedings of INTERSPEECH 2019, 311–315.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2019). Standard German vowel productions by monolingual and trilingual speakers. International Journal of Bilingualism23, 138–156.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2018). Opposites attract! Pitch divergence at turn breaks as cause and effect of perceived attractiveness. Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 265–268.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2018). Phonetic entrainment of laughter in dating conversations: On the effects of perceived attractiveness and conversational quality. Proceedings of Laughter Workshop 2018, 40–44.
  • Michalsky, J., Schoormann, H., & Niebuhr, O. (2018). Conversational quality is affected by and reflected in prosodic entrainment. Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 389–392.
  • Michalsky, J., Schoormann, H., & Niebuhr, O. (2018). Turn transitions as salient places for social signals: Local prosodic entrainment as a cue to perceived attractiveness and likability. Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries 13, 123–128.
  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2017). Acoustic cues to vowel identification: The case of /ɪ i iː/ and /ʊ u uː/ in Saterland Frisian. Us Wurk66(1–2), 27–76.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2017). Pitch convergence as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2017, 2253-2256.
  • Peters, J., Heeringa, W., & Schoormann, H. (2017). Cross-linguistic vowel variation in trilingual speakers of Saterland Frisian, Low German, and High German. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America142, 991–1005.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2017). A cross-dialectal acoustic study of Saterland Frisian vowels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America141, 2893–2908.
  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2016). Monolingual and trilingual perception of duration in Saterland Frisian vowels. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik83(2), 175–192.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2016). Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. Tagungsband 12: Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum, 121–125.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2016). Monolingual and trilingual production of Northern Standard German vowels. Tagungsband 12: Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum, 84–188.
  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2015). Cross-linguistic vowel variation in Saterland: Saterland Frisian, Low German, and High German. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Regional variation of Saterland Frisian vowels. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
  • Heeringa, W., Peters, J., & Schoormann, H. (2014). Segmental and prosodic cues to vowel identification: The case of /ɪ i iː/ and /ʊ u uː/ in Saterland Frisian. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 7, 643–647.

Vorträge & Poster

Vorträge

  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2013): Acoustic cues to vowel identification: the case of /U u u:/ in Saterland Frisian. Phonetik und Phonologie 9, 11.-12. Oktober 2013, Zürich.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2013). Akustische Parameter der Vokaldifferenzierung: /ʊ u uː/ im Saterfriesischen. NWLK 13, 13.-14. Dezember 2013, Bremen.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2014). Acoustic properties and regional variation of Saterland Frisian vowels”, Methods in Dialectology 15, 11.-15- August 2014, Groningen.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2014). Acoustic properties and regional variation of Saterland Frisian vowels. Phonetik und Phonologie 10, 09.-10. Oktober 2014, Konstanz.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Regional variation of Saterland Frisian vowels. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), 10.-14. August 2015, Glasgow.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Sprachkontakt im Vokalismus trilingualer Saterfriesen. 5. Kongress der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Dialektologie des Deutschen (IGDD), 9.-12. September 2015, Luxemburg.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Variation im Vokalismus trilingualer Saterfriesen. NWLK 8, 13.-14. November 2015, Bremen.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Monolingual and trilingual production of Northern Standard German vowels.Phonetik und Phonologie 12, 12.-14. Oktober 2016, München.
  • Schoormann, H. & Michalsky, J. (2016). Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. 1st International Conference on Sociolinguistics, 01.-03. September 2016, Budapest.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2016). Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. NWLK 9, 09.-10. Dezember 2016, Bremen.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2017). Variation im Vokalismus trilingualer Saterfriesen. 130. Jahresversammlung des Vereins für niederdeutsche Sprachfor­schung, 05.-08. Juni 2017, Hannover.

 

Poster

  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2014). Segmental and prosodic cues to vowel identification: The case of /ɪ i iː/ and /ʊ u uː/ in Saterland Frisian. Speech Prosody 7, 20.-23. Mai 2014, Dublin.
  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2015). Cross-linguistic vowel variation in Saterland: Saterland Frisian, Low German and High German. 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Mai 2015, Pittsburgh.
  • Schoormann, H., Heeringa, W., & Peters, J. (2015). Regional variation of vowels in Saterland Frisian. 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Mai 2015, Pittsburgh.
  • Heeringa, W., Schoormann, H., & Peters, J. (2015). Cross-linguistic vowel variation in Saterland: Saterland Frisian, Low German, and High German. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), 10.-14. August 2015, Glasgow.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2016). Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency.Phonetik und Phonologie 12, 12.-14. Oktober 2016, München.
  • Michalsky, J., & Schoormann, H. (2017). Pitch convergence as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. INTERSPEECH 2017, 20.-24. August 2017, Stockholm.
(Stand: 19.07.2021)