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Peer-reviewed papers

  • Silpachai, A. (TBA). The role of talker variability in the perceptual learning of Mandarin tones by American English listeners. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation. [link]

Reviews

  • Silpachai, A. (2018). Review of the book Investigating English Pronunciation: Trends and Directions, by Jose A. Mompean & Jonas Fouz-Gonzalez (Eds.). The CATESOL journal, 30(1). [PDF]
  • Silpachai, A. (2017). Review of the book Accent reduction for professionals: How to eliminate your accent to sound more American, in M. O'Brien & J. Levis (Eds). Proceedings of the 8th Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching Conference, ISSN 2380- 9566, Calgary, AB, August 2016 (pp. 270-273). Ames, IA: Iowa State University. [PDF]

Oral presentations

  • Silpachai, A. (2019). The effects of high talker variability on the perceptual learning of Mandarin tones in HVPT. The 11th Annual Conference of Pronunciation in Second Language Learning & Teaching, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. [Slides (PDF)]

Posters

  • Silpachai, A. (2019). The roles of vowel length and sentential context in onset pitch perturbations in Thai. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 146(4), 3013-3013. [PDF]
  • Silpachai, A. (2018). Using high variability phonetic training to train non-tonal listeners with no musical background to perceive lexical tones. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 143(3), 1953-1953. [PDF]
  • Levis, J. M. & Silpachai, A. (2017). Prominence and information structure in pronunciation teaching materials. The 9th Annual Conference of Pronunciation in Second Language Learning & Teaching, University of Utah.
  • Silpachai, A. (2017). High variability phonetic training and L2 lexical tones. The 9th Annual Conference of Pronunciation in Second Language Learning & Teaching, University of Utah.
  • Silpachai, A. (2013). The adaptation of tones in a language with registers: A case study of Thai loanwords in Mon. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134(5), 4247-4247. [PDF]
  • Silpachai, A. (2013, June). Prosodic characteristics of two focus types in emphatic context in Thai. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics ICA2013 (Vol. 19, No. 1, p. 060209). ASA.
  • Silpachai, A. (2012). Prosodic characteristics of three sentence types in Thai. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 132(3), 2004-2004.