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Dolly Goldenberg
Department of Linguistics
Yale University
PO Box  208366
New Haven, CT 06520-8366
dolly.goldenberg@yale.edu

About Me

I am a 4th year graduate student at the Department of Linguistics at Yale University. I am also affiliated with Haskins Laboratories.

My main research interests are phonetics, speech and hearing science, nurolinguistics and cognitive science. I am particularly interested in multisensory integration in speech perception and production, and prosody.

These days I am involved in four projects: first, I am investigating multisensory integration in speech perception, especially with regards to the somatosensory system (specifically, I investigate the question how does aero-tactile information affect speech perception). Second, I am studying the temporal properties of prosodic boundaries in Hebrew. Third, in collaboration with Gregg Castellucci, I am studying the prosody-syntax interface. Specifically, we are working on perception and recursion in syntactic disambiguation. Forth, I am involved in a research that is being conducted in Haskins Laboratories on the kinematic properties of phonetic convergence.

CV (pdf)

Education

Yale University
PhD student, Department of linguistics, Yale University (2012 – )

Tel Aviv University
MA student, Department of linguistics, (2010 – 2012)

BA, Department of linguistics and Department of philosophy (2007-2010)

Publications

Dolly Goldenberg, Mark K. Tiede, and D. H. Whalen. (2015). Aero-Tactile Influence on Speech Perception of Voicing Continua. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), eds. The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. (pdf)

Mark Tiede, Christine Mooshammer, Dolly Goldenberg, and Douglas N. Honorof. (2014). Adaptation of trajectory shapes during conversation. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), eds. Susanne Fuchs, Martine Grice, Anne Hermes, Leonardo Lancia, and Doris Mücke. pp 421-424. (pdf)

Conference Presentations and Published Abstracts

Mark Tiede, Carol Espy-Wilson, Dolly Goldenberg, Vikramjit Mitra, Hosung Nam, and Ganesh Sivaraman. (2016). Quantifying Kinematic Aspects of Reduction in a contrasting Rate Production Task. Oral presentation at LabPhon 15, Ithaca, NY, 13 July 2016.

Mark Tiede, Christine Mooshammer, Dolly Goldenberg, and Douglas N. Honorof. (2016). Kinematic aspects of L2 production in an imitation task. Poster presentation at LabPhon 15, Ithaca, NY, 14 July 2016.

Dolly Goldenberg, Mark K. Tiede, and D. H. Whalen. (2015). Aero-Tactile Influence on Speech Perception of Voicing Continua. Oral presentation at the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), SECC Glasgow, UK, 11 August 2015.

Mark Tiede and Dolly Goldenberg. (2015). Dual electromagnetic articulometer observation of head movements coordinated with articulatory gestures for interacting talkers in synchronized speech tasks. Poster presentation at the 169th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA, 18-22 May 2015. JASA 137(4): 2302.

Dolly Goldenberg, Mark Tiede, Douglas N. Honorof, and Christine Mooshammer. (2014). Temporal alignment between head gesture and prosodic prominence in naturally occurring conversation: an electromagnetic articulometry study. Poster presentation at the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI, 5-9 May 2014. JASA 135(4): 2294.

Gregg A. Castellucci and Dolly Goldenberg. (2014). Gradient Prosodic Boundary Perception and Recursion in Syntactic Disambiguation. Poster presentation at the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, RI, 5-9 May 2014. JASA 135(4): 2197.

Dolly Goldenberg. (2013). Phrase-initial temporal effects in Hebrew. Oral presentation at the Universality and Variability in Segment-Prosody Interactions Workshop, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 12 July 2013.

Research

Haskins Laboratories

Research assistant. Principle investigators: Mark Tiede. Using articulatory data to understand and improve the capabilities of the speech inversion system in modeling co-articulation and lenition (Supported by NSF Grant BCS-1435592: Effects of Production Variability on the Acoustic Consequences of Coordinated Articulatory Gestures). (2016 – )

Research assistant, Principle investigator: Douglas Whalen. Multisensory integration in Speech perception (supported by NIH Grant R01 DC-002717: Links between Production and Perception in Speech). (2014 – )

Research assistant. Principle investigators: Mark Tiede, Christine Mooshammer. EMA study of Phonetic convergence (Supported by NIH Grant R21 DC-012350: Kinematic Patterns of Phonetic Convergence). (2013 – )

Yale University
Research Member of the Yale Grammatical Diversity Project Yale University, Linguistics Department (2012 – 2014)

Tel Aviv University, Department of Linguistics
Research assistant, Psycholinguistics Lab. Principle investigator: Rachel Giora. Negation as a non-literal-interpretation inducing operator: metaphors and ironies. (2011-2012)

Research assistant. Principle investigator: Mira Ariel. Arguments form discourse coherence in semantic analyses. (2010)

Teaching

Yale University

Teaching Assistant, General Phonetics (spring 2016)
Instructor: Ryan Bennett;
Taught a regular section and one class, held office hours, graded homework assignments, the midterm and the final.

Teaching Assistant, Intro to Phonological Analysis (Phonology I) (fall 2015)
Instructor: Ryan Bennett;
Taught one class, held office hours, graded homework assignments, the midterm and the final.

Teaching Assistant, Intro to Phonological Analysis (Phonology I) (fall 2014)
Instructor: Daniel Kaufman;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the midterm.

Tel Aviv University, Department of Linguistics

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Semantics (Semantics I) (spring 2012)
Instructor: Nirit Kadmon;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final exam.

Teaching Assistant, Foundations of Formal Semantics (Semantics II) (fall 2011)
Instructor: Fred Landman;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final paper.

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Semantics (Semantics I) (spring 2011)
Instructor: Nirit Kadmon;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final exam.

Teaching Assistant, Foundations of Formal Semantics (Semantics II) (fall 2010)
Instructor: Nirit Kadmon;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final paper.

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Semantics (Semantics I) (spring 2010)
Instructor: Nirit Kadmon;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final exam.

Tel Aviv University, Department of Philosophy

Teaching Assistant, Advance Class in Philosophy of Language  (fall 2010)
Instructor: Anat Matar;
Taught a section, held office hours, graded homework assignments and the final paper.

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Philosophical Logic (spring 2009)
Instructor: Ran Lanzet;
Graded homework assignments.

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