Kateřina Chládková
Kateřina Chládková
Charles University & Czech Academy of Sciences
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TitleCited byYear
Context-specific acoustic differences between Peruvian and Iberian Spanish vowels
K Chládková, P Escudero, P Boersma
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (1), 416-428, 2011
842011
Spanish listeners’ perception of American and Southern British English vowels
P Escudero, K Chládková
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 128 (5), EL254-EL260, 2010
612010
Native dialect matters: Perceptual assimilation of Dutch vowels by Czech listeners
K Chládková, V Jonáš Podlipský
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 130 (4), EL186-EL192, 2011
422011
Czech spoken in Bohemia and Moravia
Š Šimáčková, VJ Podlipský, K Chládková
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 42 (2), 225-232, 2012
402012
On-line formant shifting as a function of F0
K Chládková, P Boersma, VJ Podlipský
Tenth Annual Conference of the International Speech Communication Association, 2009
222009
Pre-attentive sensitivity to vowel duration reveals native phonology and predicts learning of second-language sounds
K Chládková, P Escudero, SC Lipski
Brain and language 126 (3), 243-252, 2013
212013
High Vowels in Southern British English:/u/-fronting Does Not Result in Merger.
K Chládková, S Hamann
ICPhS, 476-479, 2011
212011
Comparing vowel perception and production in Spanish and Portuguese: European versus Latin American dialects
K Chládková, P Escudero
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (2), EL119-EL125, 2012
182012
Asymmetries between Speech Perception and Production Reveal Phonological Structure.
P Boersma, K Chládková
ICPhS, 328-331, 2011
122011
Detecting categorical perception in continuous discrimination data
P Boersma, K Chládková
Speech Communication 55, 33-39, 2013
112013
Detecting categorical perception in continuous discrimination data
P Boersma, K Chládková
Proceedings of Interspeech, 2010
112010
Finding phonological features in perception
K Chládková
Universiteit van Amsterdam [Host], 2014
102014
Speaker and accent variation are handled differently: Evidence in native and non-native listeners
B Kriengwatana, J Terry, K Chládková, P Escudero
PloS one 11 (6), 2016
92016
F2 slope as a perceptual cue for the front–back contrast in Standard Southern British English
K Chládková, S Hamann, D Williams, S Hellmuth
Language and Speech 60 (3), 377-398, 2017
82017
Perceptual adaptation of vowels generalizes across the phonology and does not require local context.
K Chládková, VJ Podlipský, A Chionidou
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (2 …, 2017
82017
The perceptual basis of the feature vowel height.
K Chládková, P Boersma, T Benders
ICPhS, 2015
72015
When speaker identity is unavoidable: Neural processing of speaker identity cues in natural speech
A Tuninetti, K Chládková, V Peter, NO Schiller, P Escudero
Brain and language 174, 42-49, 2017
62017
Adult listeners' processing of indexical versus linguistic differences in a pre-attentive discrimination paradigm.
R Dadwani, V Peter, K Chladkova, A Geambasu, P Escudero
ICPhS, 2015
52015
Indexical and linguistic processing by 12-month-olds: Discrimination of speaker, accent and vowel differences
KE Mulak, CD Bonn, K Chládková, RN Aslin, P Escudero
PloS one 12 (5), 2017
42017
When “AA” is long but “A” is not short: speakers who distinguish short and long vowels in production do not necessarily encode a short–long contrast in their phonological lexicon
K Chládková, P Escudero, SC Lipski
Frontiers in psychology 6, 438, 2015
42015
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