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1. Published Articles und Manuscripts

Ernst Dombromski, Oliver Niebuhr (2005). Acoustic patterns and communicative functions of phrase-final f0 rises in German: activating and restricting contours. Phonetica 62, 176-195.
Ernst Dombromski, Oliver Niebuhr (2005). Phrase-final rises in German: some examples.

Klaus J. Kohler (2000). Investigating unscripted speech: Implications for phonetics and phonology. In: Festschrift für Björn Lindblom, Phonetica 57, 85-95.

Klaus J. Kohler (2001). Articulatory dynamics of vowels and consonants in speech communication. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 31, 1-16.
Klaus J. Kohler (2004). Pragmatic and attitudinal meanings of pitch patterns in German syntactically marked questions. In: G. Fant, H. Fujisaki, J. Cao, Y. Xu: From traditional phonology to modern speech processing. Festschrift for Professor Wu Zongji's 95th Birthday. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 205-214.

Klaus J. Kohler (2005). Timing and communicative functions of pitch contours. Phonetica 62, 88-105..

Klaus J. Kohler (2006). Paradigms of experimental prosodic analysis: from measurement to function. In: Sudhoff, Stefan, Denisa Lenertová, Roland Meyer, Sandra Pappert, Petra Augurzky, Ina Mleinek, Nicole Richter & Johannes Schließer (eds): Methods in Empirical Prosody Research. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter (= Language, Context, and Cognition, 3), 123-152.
Benno Peters (1999). Prototypische Intonationsmuster in deutscher Lese- und Spontansprache ("Prototypical Intonation Patterns in German Read and Spontaneous Speech"). AIPUK 34, 1-177.
Benno Peters (2000). Individuelle und geschlechtsspezifische Unterschiede in der prosodischen Gestaltung deutscher Lese- und Spontansprache ("Individual and gender-specific differences in the prosodic shaping of German read and spontaneous speech"). In: H. D. Schlosser (ed.): Sprache und Kultur (Forum Angewandte Linguistik. Band 38). Frankfurt a. M.: Lang, 153-162. .
Adrian P. Simpson (1998). Accounting for the phonetics of German r without processes. In: ZAS Working Papers in Linguistics 11, 91-104.
Adrian P. Simpson (1998). Phonetische Datenbanken des Deutschen in der empirischen Sprachforschung und der phonologischen Theoriebildung ("Phonetic Databases of German in Speech Research and Phonological Theory"). AIPUK 33.
Text of thesis in PDF.
Adrian P. Simpson (2001). Does articulatory reduction miss more patterns than it accounts for? Journal of the International Phonetic Association 31, 29-41.
Thomas Wesener (2001). Some non-sequential phenomena in German function words. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 31, 17-29.

2. Congress Papers

HTML Klaus J. Kohler (1996). Labelled data bank of spoken Standard German
The Kiel Corpus of Read/Spontaneous Speech.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing 1996, Philadelphia, vol. 3, 1938-1941.
Klaus J. Kohler (1998). The disappearance of words in connected speech. In: ZAS Working Papers in Linguistics 11, 21-34.
Klaus J. Kohler (1998). The phonetic manifestation of words in spontaneous speech. In: Proceedings ESCA-Workshop SPoSS (Sound Patterns of Spontaneous Speech), Aix-en-Provence, 13-22.
Klaus J. Kohler (1999). Articulatory prosodies in German reduced speech. In: Proc. XIVth ICPhS, Volume 1, San Francisco, 89-92.
Stimuli in perception experiment: ZIP; Paper: PDF.
Klaus J. Kohler (2000). Linguistic and paralinguistic functions of non-modal voice in connected speech. In: Proc.5th Seminar on Speech Production: Models and Data, Kloster Seon, Germany, 89-92.
Spontaneous speech examples from German, French, Italian: ZIP; Paper: PDF.
Klaus J. Kohler (2006). What is emphasis and how is it coded? In: Proc. Speech Prosody 2006, Dresden, 748-751.

Klaus J. Kohler, Benno Peters, and Thomas Wesener (2001). Interruption glottalization in German spontaneous speech. In: Proceedings of the ISCA Workshop Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, University of Edinburgh, August 29-31, 2001, 45-48.

3. AIPUK 35a (2005). Prosodic Patterns in German Spontaneous Speech.

Benno Peters, Klaus J. Kohler, Thomas Wesener. Melodische Satzakzentmuster in prosodischen Phrasen deutscher Spontansprache - Statistische Verteilung und sprachliche Funktion. (“Pitch accent patterns in prosodic phrases of German spontaneous speech – Statistical distribution and linguistic function”), 7-54.
Oliver Niebuhr. Sequenzen phonologischer Intonationsgipfel – Theoretische Möglichkeiten und empirische Realisierung im segmentellen Kontext (“Sequences of phonological pitch peak contours – Theoretical possibilities and empirical realization in segmental context”), 55-95.
Klaus J. Kohler. Form and Function of Non-Pitch Accents, 97-123.
Klaus J. Kohler. Pragmatic and Attitudinal Meanings of Pitch Patterns in German Syntactically Marked Questions, 125-142.
Benno Peters, Klaus J. Kohler, Thomas Wesener. Phonetische Merkmale prosodischer Phrasierung in deutscher Spontansprache (“Phonetic features of prosodic phrasing in German spontaneous speech”), 143-184.
Klaus J. Kohler, Benno Peters, Thomas Wesener. Phonetic Exponents of Disfluency in German Spontaneous Speech, 185-201.

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