Giuseppina Turco

Chercheur CNRS

Statut : Chargée de recherches

Adresse :

LLF, CNRS – UMR 7110
Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7
Case 7031 – 5, rue Thomas Mann,
75205 Paris cedex 13

Mail : tghepb@yvathvfg.havi-cnevf-qvqrebg.se

Présentation générale

Psycholinguistics

Phonetics-Phonology interface

Intonational meaning

L1/L2 Acquisition

Modelling

Projets de recherche

A bio-inspired geometrical model for speech sound reconstruction (BioSpeech). Emergence en Recherche. IDEX. Université de Paris 2019. (Funding period: 1/10/2019-1/10/2020)

 

Gemination Harmony (GeHA) Marie Curie Individual Fellowship grant - EU Project 661530. (Funding period: 01/09/2015 - 01/09/2017.

 

Long-distance effects. Young Scholar Fund - Universität Konstanz, Germany (Funding period: 2014 – 2015).

 

The L2 acquisition of phonology and phonetics. Ausschuss für Forschungsfragen (AFF) - Universität Konstanz, Germany (Funding period: 2013 – 2014).

Bibliographie

Zerbian, S., Turco, G. (2019) Processing focus and accent across dialects. In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.) Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 2272-76). 

 

Delais-Roussarie, E., Turco, G., (2019) Intonation of Alternative Constructions in French: Which cues allow distinguishing statements from questions? In: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 15 - Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 30, Frankfurt - I. Feldhausen, M. Elsig, Kuchenbrandt, I., Neuhaus, M. (eds). John Benjamins. (ch. 7) pp. 136-156

 

Ridouane, R., Turco, G. (2019) Why is gemination contrast prevalently binary? Radical: A Journal of Phonology. http://radical.cnrs.fr/ridouane-turco-why-is-gemination-contrast-prevalently-binary/

 

Ridouane, R., Turco, G., Meyer, J. (2018) Length contrast and co-varying features: Whistled speech as a case study. Proceedings of Interspeech 2018, 1843-1847, DOI: 10.21437/Interspeech.2018-1060.

 

Pillot-Loiseau, C., Schweitzer, C., Dodane, C., Romeo, A., Turco G. (2018) Doubler les consonnes en chant baroque français : un cas de gémination expressive ? Proc. XXXIIe Journées d’Études sur la Parole, 19-27, DOI: 10.21437/JEP.2018-3.

 

Grillo, N., Aguilar, M., Roberts, L., Santi, A., Turco, G. (2018) Prosody of classic garden path sentences: The horse raced faster when embedded. In: Speech Prosody 2018, 13-17 Jun 2018, Adam Mickiewicz University.

 

Turco, G., Ivent, F., Fougeron, C. (2018) Speech style-based effects on local vs. non-local coarticulation. In: Studies on Speech Production, Q. Fang, J. Dang, P. Perrier, J. Wei, L.Wang, N. Yan (Eds.). The 11th International Seminar, ISSP 2017, Tianjin China, October 16-19, Revised Selected Papers. Springer,pp. 121-133. 

 

Dimroth, C., Schimke, S., Turco, G. (2017) Focusing functional elements in first language acquisition of German. Language Acquisition: A Journal of Developmental Linguistics, pp 1-16.

 

Turco, G., Shoul, A., Ridouane, R. (2017) How are four-level length distinctions produced? Evidence from Moroccan Arabic. Proceedings of the 18th Interspeech Conference 2017. August 20-24. Stockholm, 215-218.

 

Turco, G., Braun, B. (2016) An acoustic study on non-local anticipatory effects of Italian length contrast. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140(4), 2247-2256.

 

Turco, G., Fougeron, C., Audibert, N. (2016) The Effects of Prosody on French V-to-V Coarticulation: A Corpus-Based Study. Proceedings of the 17th Interspeech Conference 2016, September 8-12, San Francisco, 998-1001.

 

Turco, G., Fougeron, C., Audibert, N. (2016) Que nous apprennent les gros corpus sur l'harmonie vocalique en français. Actes de la conférence conjointe JEP-TALN-RECITAL 2016 (volume 1: JEP), July 4-8. Paris, 571-579.

 

Raborife, M., Turco, G., Zerbian, S. (2016) The prosody of focus and emphasis in Sepedi. Proceedings of PRASA-RobMech International Conference, At Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Grillo, N., Turco, G. (2016) Prosodic disambiguation and attachment height. Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 2016. May 31-June 3. Boston, 1176-1180.

 

Zerbian, S., Turco, G., Shauffler, N., Zellers, M., Riester, A. (2016) Contrastive topic constituents in German. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 2016. May 31-June 3, Boston, 345-349.

 

Trotzke, A., Turco, G. (2015) The grammatical and phonetic reflexes of emphasis: New evidence from German wh-questions. Lingua 168, 37-55.

 

Turco, G., Dimroth C., Braun, B. (2015) Prosodic and lexical marking of L2 Italian. Second Language Research 31(4), 465-491.

 

Andorno, C., Turco, G. (2015) Embedding additive particles in the sentence information structure: what L2 learners do (not) learn. In De Cesare, A. M. and Andorno, C. (eds.), Focus Particles in the Romance and Germanic Languages. Corpus-based and Experimental Approaches. Linguistik online 71 (second issue of 2015), pp. 57-79.

 

Quaglia, S., Turco, G. (2015) Prosody in Italian particle verbs: A preliminary study. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). August 10-14, Glasgow.

 

Schauffler, N., Turco, G., Augurzky, P. (2015) Producing multiple contrastive accents in German: Rhythmic and syntactic factors. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). August 10-14, Glasgow.

 

Turco, G., Braun, B., Dimroth, C. (2014) When contrasting polarity, Germans use intonation, the Dutch particles. Journal of Pragmatics 62, 94-106.

 

Turco, G., Braun, B. (2014) Non-local duration differences caused by consonantal length contrasts. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP). May 5-8, Cologne, 437-440.

 

Turco, G., Delais-Roussarie, E. (2014) A crosslinguistic and acquisitional perspective on French intonational rises. Proceedings of the 15th Interspeech Conference. September 14-18, Singapore, 2553-2557.

 

Turco, G., Dimroth, C., Braun, B. (2013) Intonational means to mark verum focus in German and French. Language and Speech 56(4), 460-490.

 

Turco, G., Gubian, M. (2012) L1 Prosodic transfer and priming effects: A quantitative study on semi-spontaneous dialogues. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Speech Prosody Conference. May 22-25, Shangai, 386-389.

 

Turco, G., Gubian, M., Schertz, J. (2011) A quantitative investigation of the prosody of Verum Focus in Italian. Proceedings of the 12th Interspeech Conference. August 28-31, Florence, 961-964.

 

Schimke, S., Verhagen, J., Turco, G. (2010) The different role of additive and negative particles in the development of finiteness in early adult L2 German and L2 Dutch. In M. Watorek, S., Benazzo, Hickmann, M. (eds.),Comparative Perspectives to Language Acquisition: Tribute to Clive Perdue. UK: Multilingual Matters, pp. 73-91.