Peer-reviewed conference proceedings

Wu, Minghui, Marjoleine Sloos &Jeroen van de Weijer. 2016. The Perception of the English Alveolar-Velar Nasal Coda Contrast by Monolingual versus Bilingual Chinese Speakers. The 10th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing, October 17-20. Tianjin, China.

Sloos, Marjoleine, Jie Liang, Mengzhu Yan & Chun Zhang. 2016. Acquisition of pitch in Chinese by Danish learners. Proceedings of Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese, October 26-27 2015. Fudan University, Shanghai. 34-43.

Sloos, Marjoleine, Jie Liang, Xuechao Ne, Rasmus Puggaard Hansen, Mengzhu Yan & Chun Zhang. 2015. Speech rhythm of the Danish-Chinese interlanguage relies on rhyme structure. Proceedings of The Oriental COCOSDA/CASLRE Conference, October 28-30 2015. Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.305-310.

Sloos, Marjoleine, Jie Liang & Lei Wang. 2015. Music perception influences plosive perception in Wu dialects. Proceedings of the ICPhS, 10-14 August 2015, Glasgow.

Yang Xinlu, Jie Liang & Marjoleine Sloos. 2014. Tone and Intonation Production in Urumqi Chinese Dialect. Proceedings of Tonal Aspects of Languages, 13-16 May 2014. Radboud University, Nijmegen. 32-35.

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2013. Don’t trust the native speaker. In: Chris Conlan (ed.). Evolving Paradigms: Language and Applied Linguistics in a Changing World. Journal of the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia. Refereed Proceedings Applied Linguistics Association of Australia Annual Conference, Perth, 12-14 November, 2012. Curtin University. 325-350.

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2011. Pretonic schwa reduction in Dutch: Grammar interacts with Frequency. In: Antonis Botinis (ed.). ISCA International Speech Communication Association Proceedings of the fourth ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop on Experimental Linguistics ExLing 2011, 25-27 May 2011. Paris, France. 123-126.

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Marjoleine Sloos

Postdoctoral Researcher at Fryske Akademy, KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences). Research interests: phonetic, phonological and sociolinguistic aspects of bilingualism and second language acquisition. Focus on Frisian, Dutch and Chinese.