Conference presentations

Mazzaro, N. 2016. Age of acquisition and frequency effects on the perception and production of sounds in Spanish-English bilinguals. New Sounds 2016. Aarhus University, Denmark.

Mazzaro, N. & Gonzalez, R. 2016. Estudio acústico y perceptual de la asibilación de róticas en el español de Chihuahua.  International Day of the Mother Tongue, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez. Keynote speaker.

Mazzaro, N.; Colantoni L. & Cuza A. 2015. The production of stops in heritage and native Spanish speakers. Hispanic Linguistic Symposium 2015. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Mazzaro, N.; Colantoni L. & Cuza A. 2015. The production of Spanish vowels by early and late Spanish-English bilinguals. ExLing 2015 - 6th International Conference on Experimental Linguistics. Athens, Greece.

Mazzaro, N. 2015. The linguistic competence of heritage speakers and how it varies across language tasks. International Society for Language Studies Conference. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
 

Mazzaro, N. and González, R. 2014. Acoustic analysis of rhotic assibilation in Ciudad Juárez Mexican Spanish. XIII Encuentro Internacional de Lingüística en el Noroeste de México. Hermosillo, Sonora, México.

Mazzaro, N; Cuza A. & Colantoni L. 2013. Perception of consonantal and vocalic contrasts in heritage and native Spanish speakers. Linguistic Symposium of Romance Languages 43. CUNY.

Mazzaro, N. 2011. Double Negative: Morphology in Contact. With M. Cristina Cuervo. Linguistic Symposium of Romance Languages 41. University of Ottawa.

Mazzaro, N. 2010. The role of perception in sound variation: The labiovelar alternation in Spanish. Laboratory Approaches to Romance Phonology (LARP). Provo, Utah, USA

Mazzaro, N. 2010. The influence of literacy on speech perception in adults. Quebec-Ontario Dialogues in the Acquisition of Spanish. University of Toronto.

Mazzaro, N. 2010. Acoustic cues to the identification of place of articulation in approximants Speech Research Forum. University of Toronto.

Cuervo, M. C. and N. Mazzaro. 2009. Double negative: Morphology in contact. Diálogos Ontarianos. University of Western Ontario. London, Ontario.

Mazzaro, N. 2008. The sounds of literacy and how they affect the perception and production of speech. Hispanic Linguistic Symposium. University of Laval at Quebec.

Mazzaro, N. 2008. Operation-approximant and how they change identities: The acoustic and perceptual analysis of Spanish labial and velar approximants. Laboratory Approaches to Spanish Phonology. University of Texas at Austin.

Mazzaro, N. 2008. Beyond negative concord: negative doubling in a variety of Spanish. With M. Cristina Cuervo. Canadian Linguistics Association. University of British Columbia.

Mazzaro, N. 2008. Lost in transmission: the role of coarticulation and perception in sound change. Levy-Wasteney Graduate Symposium. University of Toronto.

Mazzaro, N. 2007. Changing perceptions: investigating the motivations of /f/ > /x/ and /b/ > /g/ variation in Argentine Spanish. Hispanic Linguistic Symposium. University of San Antonio, Texas.

Mazzaro, N. 2007. Spanish fricatives and approximants: An acoustic analysis. Speech Research Forum. University of Toronto.

Mazzaro, N. 2007. A language made from 100% recycled material: A sociophonetic research of the velarization of /f/ and /b/ in Argentine Spanish. International Summer School of Sociolinguistics. University of Copenhagen.

Mazzaro, N. 2006. The acquisition of sociolinguistic variation by advanced second language learners of Spanish: The case of /s/ deletion and aspiration. Ontario Dialogues on Acquisition. University of Toronto.

Mazzaro, N. 2005. As time goes by … it’s still the same old story. Aspiration and velarization of /f/ in Argentine Spanish. Canadian Linguistics Association. London, Ontario.

Mazzaro, N. 2005. Aspiration and velarization of /f/ in Argentine Spanish. Niagara Linguistics Society. University of Toronto.

Mazzaro, N. 2003. Speaking Spanish with style: /s/ deletion in Argentine Spanish and Labov’s Decision Tree. NWAVE XXXII. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.

 

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