Publications

2016

  • Erickson, D. & I. Wilson. The acquisition of L2 rhythm: It’s all in the jaw. Paper to be presented in the colloquium "Investigating the acquisition of rhythm, prominence, and boundaries in English speech by Japanese EFL learners" at Pacific Second Language Research Forum 2106 (PacSLRF), Chuo University, Tokyo. (September)

  • Erickson, D., J. Villegas, I. Wilson, Y. Iguro, J. Moore, & D. Erker. Some acoustic and articulatory correlates of phrasal stress in Spanish. Poster to be presented at Speech Prosody 8, Boston University. (June)

  • Wilson, I., Y. Iguro, & J. Villegas. Smoothing-spline ANOVA comparison of Japanese and English tongue rest positions of bilinguals. Paper to be presented at the 1st International Symposium on Applied Phonetics (ISAPh 2016) , Chubu University, Nagoya, Japan. (March)

2015

2014

  • Wilson, I. & S. Kanada (2014). Pre-speech postures of second-language versus first-language speakers [母語・非母語話者における発話直前の舌形状]. Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan [音声研究], Vol.18(2), pp.106–109.

  • Wilson, I. (2014). Using ultrasound for teaching and researching articulation. Acoustical Science and Technology, vol.35, pp.285–289.

  • Wilson, I. (2014). 超音波をいた調音のと研究 [Using ultrasound for teaching and researching articulation]. 日本音響学会誌 [The Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan], vol.70, pp.560–564. (translated from English into Japanese by Takayuki Arai, Mako Ishida, and Ai Mizoguchi)

  • Wilson, I. & B. Gick (2014). Bilinguals use language-specific articulatory settings. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR), Vol.57, pp.361–373.

  • Hashimoto, Y., I. Wilson, & Y. Heo. (2014). Ability to identify unfamiliar speech sounds negatively correlates with second language proficiency. In J. Hay & E. Parnell (Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Australasian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Christchurch, New Zealand, p.240.

  • Kanada, S. & I. Wilson (2014). Tongue width at rest versus tongue width during speech: A comparison of native and non-native speakers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.136(4), p.2143.

2013

  • Gick, B., I. Wilson, & D. Derrick (2013). Articulatory Phonetics, Chichester, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers.

  • Gick, B., B. Allen, I. Stavness, & I. Wilson (2013). Speaking tongues are always braced. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.134(5), p.4204.

  • Villegas, J., W.L. Martens, M. Cohen, & I. Wilson (2013). Spatial separation decreases psychoacoustic roughness of high-frequency tones. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.134(5), p.4228.

  • Moriya, S., Y. Yaguchi, N. Terunuma, T. Sato, & I. Wilson (2013). Normalization and matching routine for comparing first and second language tongue trajectories. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.134(5), p.4244.

  • Kanada, S., I. Wilson, B. Gick, & D. Erickson (2013). Coarticulatory effects of lateral tongue bracing in first and second language English speakers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.134(5), p.4244.

  • Wilson, I. & D. Erickson (2013). Effect of syllable onset, coda, and nucleus on degree of skin stretching over the mandible. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Vol.19.

  • Wilson, I. & Y. Hashimoto (2013). Voice onset time and the perception of Japanese voicing contrasts. Journal of Nagoya Gakuin University – Language & Culture), Vol.24(2), pp.15–22.

  • Wilson, I. (2013). Articulatory settings of French and English monolinguals. In T. Ooigawa (Ed.) Sophia University Working Papers in Phonetics (2013), Tokyo, Japan: Sophia University Phonetics Laboratory. pp.39–58.

  • Ginsburg, J., I. Wilson, E. Kaneko, & N. Ogasawara (2013). 会津方言の疑問文に於けるイントネーションと終助詞の関係 [The relationship between intonation and final particles in interrogatives in the Aizu dialect]. Proceedings of the 147th meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan「日本言語学会第147回大会」, Kobe, Japan, pp. 154–159.

  • Moriya, S., Y. Yaguchi, N. Terunuma, T. Sato, & I. Wilson (2013). 舌特徴空間における言語学習者の違いを比較するための正規化とマッチング手法 [Normalization and matching routine for comparing first and second language tongue trajectories]. IEICE Technical Report, vol.113, No.308, SP2013-80, pp.53–57.

  • Ginsburg, J., I. Wilson, E. Kaneko, & N. Ogasawara (2013). 会津方言の疑問文の音声特徴 [Phonetic features of interrogatives in Aizu area dialects]. Proceedings of 日本方言研究会第96回研究発表会[96th Meeting of the Dialectological Circle of Japan], Osaka, Japan, pp.9–16.

2012

  • Wilson, I., D. Erickson, & N. Horiguchi (2012). Articulating rhythm in L1 and L2 English: Focus on jaw and F0. Proceedings of the 2012 Autumn Meeting of the Acoustical Society of Japan (ASJ), pp.319–322.

  • Abe, Y., I.L. Wilson, & D. Erickson (2012). Video recordings of L1 and L2 jaw movement: Effect of syllable onset on jaw opening during syllable nucleus. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.132(3), p.2005.

  • Okada, J., I.L. Wilson, & M. Yoshizawa (2012). Pitch and intensity in the speech of Japanese speakers of English: Comparison with L1 speakers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.132(3), p.2004.

  • Sano, K., Y. Yaguchi, & I. Wilson (2012). Comparing L1 and L2 phoneme trajectories in a feature space of sound and midsagittal ultrasound tongue images. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.132(3), p.1934.

  • Yaguchi, Y., N. Horiguchi, & I. Wilson (2012). Finding phoneme trajectories in a feature space of sound and midsagittal ultrasound tongue images. In IEEE Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Awareness Science and Technology (iCAST 2012), pp.156–162.

2011

  • Kaneko, E., I. Wilson, & Y. Abe (2011). Gemination of final consonants in English nonsense words: The effects of orthography, vowel duration, and borrowers' L2 proficiency on loanword adaptation. Paper presented at the NINJAL International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology (ICPP 2011), Kyoto.

  • Wilson, I., E. Kaneko, P. Lyddon, K. Okamoto, & J. Ginsburg (2011). Nonsense-syllable sound discrimination ability correlates with second language (L2) proficiency. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVII), pp.2133–2136.

2010

  • Campbell, F., B. Gick, I. Wilson, & E. Vatikiotis-Bateson (2010). Spatial and temporal properties of gestures in North American English /r/. Language and Speech, Vol.53, pp.49–69.

  • Fujinuma, J. & I. Wilson (2010). Japanese listeners' perception of English fricatives in AMR-NB cell phone speech. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Humans and Computers (HC-2010), pp.89–93.

  • Rozycki, W. & I. Wilson (2010). Scientific presentation at IEEE conferences in Asia: Observational and survey findings. Proceedings of the International Professional Communication Conference (IPCC 2010): Communication in a Self-Service Society, pp.222–225.

  • Sakamoto, M., E. Kaneko, I. Wilson, & K. Yamauchi (2010).会津地方における各方言のフォルマント分析 [Formant Analysis of Aizu Area Dialects]. In Proceedings of 日本方言研究会第90 回 研究発表会 [90th Meeting of the Dialectological Circle of Japan], Tokyo, Japan, pp.9–16.

  • Villegas, J., M. Cohen, I. Wilson, & W. Martens (2010). Influence of Psychoacoustic Roughness on Musical Intonation Preference. Proceedings of the 128th Audio Engineering Society Convention (AES London 2010), Convention Paper 8107 (11 pages).

2009

  • Horiguchi, N. & I. Wilson (2009). Design of an interactive GUI for pronunciation evaluation and training. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Humans and Computers (HC-2009), pp.225–229.

  • Wilson, I., J. Fujinuma, N. Horiguchi, & K. Yamauchi (2009). Acoustic analysis of the English pronunciation of Japanese high school teachers and university students. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.126, No.4, Pt.2, p.2312.

  • NHK テレビ [NHK Television] (2009). 3か月トピック英会話〜話して聞きとる!ネイティブ発音塾 [3-Month Topics in English Conversation ~ Speak and Understand! Native Pronunciation Clinic] Collaborating Editor: I. Wilson.

2008

  • Wilson, I. (2008). Using Praat and Moodle for Teaching Segmental and Suprasegmental Pronunciation. In Proceedings of the 3rd International WorldCALL Conference: Using Technologies for Language Learning (WorldCALL 2008).

  • Brine, J. & I. Wilson (2008). TEFL in a Japanese IT University: Adjusting for cultural learning practices with open-source tools and an LMS. In B. Arnbjornsdottir & M. Whelpton (Eds.), Open Source in Education and Language Learning Online. Reykjavik, Iceland: The Vigdisar Finnbogadottur Institute of Foreign Languages, University of Iceland Press. pp.197–217.

  • Gick, B., B. Bernhardt, P. Bacsfalvi, & I. Wilson (2008). Ultrasound imaging applications in second language acquisition. In J.G. Hansen Edwards & M.L. Zampini (Eds.) Phonology and second language acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp.309–322.

  • Gick, B., P. Bacsfalvi, B. M. Bernhardt, S. Oh, S. Stolar, & I. Wilson (2008). A motor differentiation model for liquid substitutions: English /r/ variants in normal and disordered acquisition. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Vol.1, pp.1–9.

2007

  • Wilson, I. (2007). The effects of post-velar consonants on vowels in Nuu-chah-nulth: Auditory, acoustic, and articulatory evidence. Canadian Journal of Linguistics, Vol.52, pp.43–70.

  • Brine, J., I. Wilson, & D. Roy (2007). Using Moodle and other software tools in EFL courses in a Japanese IT university. In T. Miyazaki, I. Paik, and D. Wei (Eds.) Proceedings of the 7th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT 2007). Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society Press. pp.1059–1064.

2006

  • Wilson, I. (2006). Articulatory settings of French and English monolingual and bilingual speakers. Ph.D dissertation, University of British Columbia.

  • Wilson, I. & B. Gick (2006). Ultrasound technology and second language acquisition research. In M.G. O'Brien, C. Shea, & J. Archibald (Eds.) Proceedings of the 8th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2006). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. pp.148–152.

  • Gick, B. & I. Wilson (2006). Excrescent schwa and vowel laxing: Cross-linguistic responses to conflicting articulatory targets. In L. Goldstein, D.H. Whalen, & C.T. Best, (Eds.) Laboratory Phonology 8. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp.635–659.

  • Wilson, I. & B. Gick (2006). Articulatory settings of French and English monolinguals and bilinguals. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.120, No.5, Pt.2, pp.3295–3296.

2005

2004

2003

2002

  • Johnson, C.E. & I.L. Wilson (2002). Phonetic evidence for early language differentiation: Research issues and some preliminary data. International Journal of Bilingualism, Vol.6, pp.271–289.

  • L. Bar-el, L.T. Watt, & I. Wilson (Eds.) (2002). Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on the Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas (WSCLA 7) - (UBC Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol.10).

2001

  • Gick, B. & I. Wilson (2001). Pre-liquid excrescent schwa: What happens when vocalic targets conflict. In P. Dalsgaard, B. Lindberg, and H. Benner (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology (Eurospeech), pp.273–276. Aalborg, Denmark: Center for Personkommunikation.

  • Kanwischer, D., B. Gick, I. Wilson, & R. Shi (2001). Frequency and category factors in the reduction and assimilation of function words. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.110, No.5, Pt.2, p.2738.

  • L. Bar-el, L.T. Watt, & I. Wilson (Eds.) (2001). Proceedings of the 36th International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages (ICSNL 36) - (UBC Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol.6).

2000

  • Wilson, I. (2000). Acoustic evidence of a phonetics-phonology mismatch in Nuu-chah-nulth. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Vol.108, No.5, Pt.2, p.2506.

  • Shank, S. & I. Wilson (2000). Acoustic evidence for /backwards glottal stop/ as a glottalized pharyngeal glide in Nuu-chah-nulth. In S. Gessner & S. Oh (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th International Conference on Salish and Neighbouring Languages (UBC Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol.3), pp.185–197.

  • Shank, S. & I. Wilson (2000). An acoustic analysis of vowel formants in pharyngeal and glottal contexts in Nuu-chah-nulth. In S. Levi & J. Loveless (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th Northwest Linguistics Conference (University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol.19), pp. 75–84.