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Vorträge

Michalsky, Jan (2018): Birds of a Feather Flock Together but Opposites Attract! On the connection between prosodic entrainment and perceived attractiveness and conversational quality. 20. June 2018, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken.

Niebuhr, Oliver & Michalsky, Jan (2018): Virtual reality simulations as a new tool for practicing presentations and refining public-speaking skills. Speech Prosody 10, Posen

Michalsky, Jan & Schoormann, Heike (2018): Opposites attract! Pitch divergence at turn breaks as cause and effect of perceived attractiveness. Speech Prosody 10, Posen

Michalsky, Jan (2018): Birds of a Feather Flock Together but Opposites Attract! On the connection between prosodic entrainment and perceived attractiveness and conversational quality. Research and Innovations in Persuasive Communication and Negotiation, 15. March 2018, SDU Sonderburg.

Michalsky, Jan (2017): Questioning attractiveness and attractive questions. Social and linguistic meanings of pitch scaling. Kieler Kolloquium für Sprachwissenschaft, 14. November 2017, Kiel.

Michalsky, Jan (2017): Pitch synchrony as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. DAGA 2017, Kiel.

Michalsky, Jan & Schoormann, Heike (2016): Prosodic effects of perceived attractiveness and likability. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 9, Oldenburg.

Schoormann, Heike & Michalsky, Jan (2016): Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. International Conference on Sociolinguistics 1, Budapest.

Michalsky, Jan (2015): Wie hoch ist hoch? Drei Theorien zur Relativität der Tonhöhenwahrnehmung in der Sprechmelodie. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 8, Bremen.

Lommel, Nicole & Michalsky, Jan (2015): Der Gipfel des Spotts. Die Ausrichtung von Tonhöhengipfeln als intonatorisches Indiz für Sarkasmus. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 8, Bremen.

Michalsky, Jan (2015): Phonetic effects of speaking style on final rises in German questions and statements. Special discussant session, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences 18, Glasgow.

Michalsky, Jan & Peters, Jörg (2015): Pitch scaling as a marker of interrogativity in canonical questions of German. Jahrestagung der DGfS 37, Leipzig.

Michalsky, Jan (2014): Question Intonation in German. Phonetik und Phonologie 10, Konstanz.

Michalsky, Jan (2013): Was soll das werden, wenn’s fertig ist? Zur intonatorischen Differenzierung von Alternativfragen und  progredienten Aussagen. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 6, Bremen.

Posterpräsentationen

Michalsky, Jan; Schoormann, Heike & Niebuhr, Oliver (2018): Conversational quality is affected by and reflected in prosodic entrainment. Speech Prosody 10, Posen.

Niebuhr, Oliver, Thumm, Jana & Michalsky, Jan (2018): Shapes and timing in charismatic speech – Evidence from sounds and melodies. Speech Prosody 10, Posen

Michalsky, Jan & Schoormann, Heike (2017): Pitch convergence as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. INTERSPEECH 2017, Stockholm.

Michalsky, Jan; Schoormann, Heike & Niebuhr, Oliver (2017): Turn transitions as salient places for social signals – Local prosodic entrainment as a cue to perceived attractiveness and likability. Phonetik und Phonologie 13, Berlin.

Rohloff, Marina & Michalsky, Jan (2018): Pitch Scaling as a Question Cue in German wh-questions. Phonetik und Phonologie 13, Berlin.

Michalsky, Jan (2016): Perception of pitch scaling in rising intonation. On the relevance of f0 median and speaking rate in German. Phonetik und Phonologie 12, München.

Michalsky, Jan & Schoormann, Heike (2016): Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. Phonetik und Phonologie 12, München.

Michalsky, Jan (2015): Pitch scaling as a perceptual cue for questions in German. INTERSPEECH 2015, Dresden.

Michalsky, Jan (2014): Phonetic aspects of question intonation in German. The influence of speaking style and speaker sex. Phonetik und Phonologie 10, Konstanz.

Michalsky, Jan (2014): Scaling of final Rises in German Questions and Statements. Speech Prosody 7, Dublin.

Michalsky, Jan (2013): Intonatorische Markierung von Interrogativität. Phonetik und Phonologie 9, Zürich.

Michalsky, Jan (2012): Vokalreduktion im ostfriesischen Niederdeutsch. Nordwestdeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 5, Oldenburg.

Michalsky, Jan (2012): Vokalreduktion im ostfriesischen Niederdeutsch. Phonetik und Phonologie 8, Jena.

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