Christopher Carignan
Christopher Carignan
Speech, Hearing & Phonetic Sciences - University College London
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High‐resolution dynamic speech imaging with joint low‐rank and sparsity constraints
M Fu, B Zhao, C Carignan, RK Shosted, JL Perry, DP Kuehn, ZP Liang, ...
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 73 (5), 1820-1832, 2015
752015
Compensatory articulation in American English nasalized vowels
C Carignan, RK Shosted, C Shih, P Rong
Journal of Phonetics 39 (4), 668-682, 2011
512011
Managing the distinctiveness of phonemic nasal vowels: Articulatory evidence from Hindi
R Shosted, C Carignan, P Rong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (1), 455-465, 2012
452012
A real-time MRI investigation of the role of lingual and pharyngeal articulation in the production of the nasal vowel system of French
C Carignan, RK Shosted, M Fu, ZP Liang, BP Sutton
Journal of phonetics 50, 34-51, 2015
442015
An acoustic and articulatory examination of the “oral” in “nasal”: The oral articulations of French nasal vowels are not arbitrary
C Carignan
Journal of phonetics 46, 23-33, 2014
402014
The origins of babytalk: smiling, teaching or social convergence?
M Kalashnikova, C Carignan, D Burnham
Royal Society Open Science 4 (8), 2017
322017
The articulatory dynamics of pre-velar and pre-nasal /æ/-raising in English: An ultrasound study
J Mielke, C Carignan, ER Thomas
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142 (1), 332-349, 2017
252017
When nasal is more than nasal: The oral articulation of nasal vowels in two dialects of French
C Carignan
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013
242013
Covariation of nasalization, tongue height, and breathiness in the realization of F1 of Southern French nasal vowels
C Carignan
Journal of Phonetics 63, 87-105, 2017
232017
The role of the pharynx and tongue in enhancement of vowel nasalization: a real-time MRI investigation of French nasal vowels.
C Carignan, R Shosted, M Fu, ZP Liang, BP Sutton
INTERSPEECH, 3042-3046, 2013
192013
TRACTUS (Temporally Resolved Articulatory Configuration Tracking of Ultrasound) software suite
C Carignan
http://christophercarignan.github.io/TRACTUS, 2014
152014
Using ultrasound and nasalance to separate oral and nasal contributions to formant frequencies of nasalized vowels
C Carignan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (5), 2588-2601, 2018
112018
Temporal dynamics of lateral channel formation in/l: 3D EMA data from Australian English
J Ying, C Carignan, JA Shaw, M Proctor, D Derrick, CT Best
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech …, 2017
112017
Temporal dynamics of/æ/tensing in Northern American English
C Carignan, J Mielke, R Dodsworth
The future of dialects: Selected papers from Methods in Dialectology XV …, 2016
10*2016
Oral Articulation of Nasal Vowels in French.
C Carignan
ICPhS, 408-411, 2011
92011
Three-dimensional printable ultrasound transducer stabilization system
D Derrick, C Carignan, W Chen, M Shujau, CT Best
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144 (5), EL392-EL398, 2018
82018
A comparison of acoustic and articulatory methods for analyzing vowel differences across dialects: Data from American and Australian English
A Blackwood Ximenes, JA Shaw, C Carignan
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142 (1), 363-377, 2017
72017
Quand nasal est plus que nasal: L’articulation orale des voyelles nasales en français (When nasal is more than nasal: Oral articulation of French nasal vowels)[in French]
C Carignan
Proceedings of the Joint Conference JEP-TALN-RECITAL 2012, volume 1: JEP …, 2012
72012
Using naïve listener imitations of native speaker productions to investigate mechanisms of listener-based sound change
C Carignan
Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 9 (1), 2018
62018
A network-modeling approach to investigating individual differences in articulatory-to-acoustic relationship strategies
C Carignan
Speech Communication 108, 1-14, 2019
22019
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