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Monographien 

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Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften (mit peer review) 

[36]
Niebuhr, O. (accepted). Computer-assisted prosody training beyond foreign language learning: Improving public speakers' vocal charisma with the Web-Pitcher. Cadernos de Linguística.
[35]
Niebuhr, O. & Demaku, F. (accepted). Prompts charming? -How the rating and use smart speech assistants is shaped by their vocal charisma signals. Frontiers in Computer Science.
[34]
Niebuhr, O. (to appear). How foreign accents affect perceived speaker charisma. SpeakOut 65, 1-10.
[33]
Siegert, I., & Niebuhr, O. (2021). Case Report: Women, Be Aware that Your Vocal Charisma can Dwindle in Remote Meetings. Frontiers in Communication 5: 611555.
[32]
Niebuhr, O., Brem, A., Michalsky, J., & Neitsch, J. (2020). What makes business speakers sound charismatic? A contrastive acoustic-melodic analysis of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. Cadernos de Linguistica 1(1), 1-40.
[31]
Niebuhr, O., J. Michalsky, & J. Neitsch. (2020).Der akustische Fingerabdruck stimmlicher Führungsstärke. DEGA - Fachzeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Akustik 20, 7-22.
[30]
Niebuhr, O., A. Brem, J. Michalsky & J. Neitsch (2020). Towards quantifying the managerial key competence of charismatic speech - A comparative acoustic-melodic analysis of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. Abralin 50, 1-23.
[29]
Fischer, K., O. Niebuhr, L.C. Jensen, L. Bodenhagen (2019). Speech Melody Matters-How Robots Profit from Using Charismatic Speech. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 9:4.
[28]
Baumgarten, N., Bick, E., Geyer, K., Aakær Iversen, D., Kleene, A., Lindø, A. V., Neitsch, J., Niebuhr, O., Nielsen, R. & Petersen, E. N. (2019). Towards Balance and Boundaries in Public Discourse: Expressing and Perceiving Online Hate Speech. International Journal of Language and Communication 50, 87-108.
[27]
Michalsky, J., & O. Niebuhr (2019). Myth busted? Challenging what we think we know about charismatic speech. Acta Universitatis Carolinae Philologica, 2019(2), 27-56.
[26]
Niebuhr, O., S. Tegtmeier, & T. Schweisfurth (2019). Female Speakers Benefit More Than Male Speakers From Prosodic Charisma Training—A Before-After Analysis of 12-Weeks and 4-h Courses. Frontiers in Communication 4, 1-12.
[25]
Niebuhr, O. & S. Gonzalez (2019). Do sound segments contribute to sounding charismatic? Evidence from acoustic vowel space analyses of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration 24, 343-355.
[24]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Nazaryan (2018). Money talks -- but less well so over the mobile phone? The Persistence of the Telephone Voice in a 4G Technology Setting and the Resulting Implications for Business Communication and Mobile-Phone Innovation. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management.
[23]
Niebuhr, O. & N. Ward (2018). Challenges in studying prosody and its pragmatic functions. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 48, 1-5.
[22]
Lautenbacher, S., M. Salinas-Ranneberg & O. Niebuhr (2017). Phonetic characteristics of vocalizations during pain. PAIN Reports 2, e597
[21]
Niebuhr, O., M. Alm, N. Schümchen & K. Fischer (2017). Comparing Visualization Techniques for Learning Second Language Prosody - First Results. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 3, 252-279.
[20]
Niebuhr, O., S. Tegtmeier, & A. Brem (2017). Advancing research and practice in entrepreneurship through speech analysis – From descriptive rhetorical terms to phonetically informed acoustic charisma metrics. Journal of Speech Science 6, 3-26.
[19]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). On the perception of "segmental intonation": F0 context effects on sibilant identification in German. Journal of Audio, Speech, and Music Processing 2017/19, 1-20.
[18]
Niebuhr, O., A. Brem, & J. Voße (2016). What makes a charismatic speaker? A computer-based acoustic-prosodic analysis of Steve Jobs' tone of voice. Computers in Human Behavior 64, 366-382.
[17]
Volín, J, L. Weingartová, & O. Niebuhr (2016). Forms and communicative functions of Czech prosody - Implications for phonological analyses from the affirmative cue word "jasné". Phonetica 73 (Special Issue on "Slavic Perspectives on Prosody").
[16]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Hoekstra (2015). Pointed and plateau-shaped pitch accents in North Frisian. Laboratory Phonology 8, 1-35.
[15]
Clayards, M., O. Niebuhr, & M.G. Gaskell (2015). The time course of auditory and language-specific mechanisms in compensation for sibilant assimilation. Attention, Perception &Psychophysics 77, 311-328.
[14]
Niebuhr, O. (2014). The rhythm window. Revista Leitura 52 (Special Issue on Prosody), 67-93.
[13]
Petrone, C. & O. Niebuhr. (2013). On the intonation in German intonation questions: The role of the prenuclear region. Language and Speech 56, 108-146.
[12]
Niebuhr, O. (2012). At the edge of intonation – The interplay of utterance-final F0 movements and voiceless fricative sounds. Phonetica 69, 7-27.
[11]
Gackstatter, M. & O. Niebuhr (2012). Eine kontrastive phonetische Analyse niederdeutscher Langvokale. Linguisik Online 53, 23-54.
[10]
Niebuhr, O. & Ch. Meunier (2011). The phonetic manifestation of French /s#S/ and /S#s/ sequences in different vowel contexts - On the occurrence and the domain of sibilant assimilation. Phonetica 68, 133-160.
[9]
Kohler, K.J. & O. Niebuhr (2011). On the role of articulatory prosodies in German message decoding. Phonetica 68, 1-31.
[8]
Niebuhr, O., M. Clayards, Ch. Meunier & L. Lancia (2011). On place assimilation in sibilant sequences - comparing French and English. Journal of Phonetics 39, 429-451.
[7]
Niebuhr, O. & K.J. Kohler (2011). Perception of phonetic detail in the identification of highly reduced words. Journal of Phonetics 39, 319-329.
[6]
Niebuhr, O., J. Bergherr, S. Huth, C. Lill & J. Neuschulz (2010). Intonationsfragen hinterfragt - Die Vielschichtigkeit der prosodischen Unterschiede zwischen Aussage- und Fragesätzen mit deklarativer Syntax. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 77, 304-346.
[5]
Niebuhr, O. (2010). On the phonetics of intensifying emphasis in German. Phonetica 67, 170-198.
[4]
Niebuhr, O. (2009). F0-based rhythm effects on the perception of local syllable prominence. Phonetica 66, 95-112.
[3]
Niebuhr, O. (2008). Coding of intonational meanings beyond F0: Evidence from utterance-final /t/ aspiration in German. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142/2, 1252-1263.
[2]
Niebuhr, O. (2007). The signalling of German rising-falling intonation categories - The interplay of synchronization, shape, and height. Phonetica 64, 174-193.
[1]
Dombrowski, E. & O. Niebuhr (2005). Acoustic patterns and communicative functions of phrase-final rises in German: activating and restricting contours. Phonetica 62, 176-195.

Monographien und Aufsätze in Sammelbänden (mit peer review)

[30]
Niebuhr, O. (to appear). The Kiel Intonation Model - Forms and Functions of German Prosody. In J. Barnes, N. Viellieux, S. Shattuck-Hufnagel (Hrsg.), Prosodic Theory and Practice. Cambridge: MIT Press.
[29]
Siegert, I., & Niebuhr, O. (2021). Speech Signal Compression Deteriorates Acoustic Cues to Perceived Speaker Charisma. In S. Hillmann, B. Weiss, T. Michael, S. Möller (Hrsg.), Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation (pp. 1-11). Dresden: TUDPress.
[28]
Neitsch, J., O. Niebuhr, & A. Kleene (2021). What if hate speech really was speech? Towards explaining hate speech in a cross-modal approach. In: S. Wachs, B. Koch-Priewe, A. Zick (Hrsg.), Hate Speech: Multidisziplinäre Analysen und Handlungsoptionen (pp. 105-135). Wiesbaden: Springer Nature.
[27]
Niebuhr, O. & Neitsch, J. (2020). Digital Rhetoric 2.0: How to Train Charismatic Speaking with Speech-Melody Visualization Software. In: A. Karpov, R. Potapova (eds), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 12335, Speech & Computer, pp. 357-368). New York: Springer Nature.
[26]
Elmentaler, M. & O. Niebuhr (2020, Hrsg.). An den Rändern der Sprache. Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang.
[25]
Barbosa, P. & O. Niebuhr (2020). Persuasive speech is a matter of acoustics and chest breathing only. In M. Elmentaler, O. Niebuhr (Hrsg.), An den Rändern der Sprache (pp. 559-589). Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang.
[24]
Berger, S., O. Niebuhr & A. Brem (2020). Of voices and votes: Phonetic charisma and the myth of Nixonʼs radio 99 victory in his first 1960 TV debate with Kennedy. In M. Elmentaler, O. Niebuhr (Hrsg.), An den Rändern der Sprache (pp. 99-139). Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang.
[23]
O. Niebuhr, H. Reetz, J. Barnes, & A. Yu (2020). Fundamental aspects in the perception of f0. In: C. Gussenhoven, A. Chen (Hrsg.), The Oxford handbook of language prosody (pp. 1-17). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
[22]
Barnes, J., H. Mixdorff & O. Niebuhr (2020). Phonetic variation in tone and intonation systems. In: C. Gussenhoven, A. Chen (Hrsg.), The Oxford handbook of language prosody (pp. 1-27). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
[21]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Brem (2020). Dress to impress? On the interaction of attire with prosody and gender in the perception of speaker charisma. In B. Weiß, J. Trouvain, J. Ohala (Hrsg.), Voice attractiveness: Studies in sexy, likable, and charismatic speakers (pp. 183-213). New York: Springer.
[20]
Niebuhr, O. (2020).  "Space fighters" on stage-How F1 and F2 vowel-space dimensions contribute to perceived speaker charisma. In: I Siegert, R. Bock, A. Wendemuth (Hrsg.), Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation (pp. 265-277). TUDPress.
[19]
Niebuhr, O. (2019). Pitch accents as multiparametric configurations of prosodic features – evidence from pitch-accent specific micro-rhythms in German. In: A Jespersen (Hrsg.), A Sound Approach to Language Matters: In Honor of Ocke-Schwen Bohn (pp. 321-351).  Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
[18]
D'Errico, F., O. Niebuhr & I. Poggi (2019). Humble Voices in Political Communication: A Speech Analysis Across Two Cultures. In Misra, S., Torre, C., Tarantino, E., et al. (Hrsg.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 361–374). New York: Springer Nature.
[17]
Niebuhr, O. & Michalsky (2019). Computer-Generated Speaker Charisma and Its Effects on Human Actions in a Car-Navigation System Experiment - or How Steve Jobs’Tone of Voice Can Take You Anywhere. In Misra, S., Torre, C., Tarantino, E., et al. (Hrsg.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 375–390). New York: Springer Nature.
[16]
Niebuhr, O. & S. Tegtmeier (2019). Virtual-Reality as a Digital-Learning Tool in Entrepreneurship: How VR environments help entrepreneurs give more charismatic investor pitches. In: R. Baierl, J. Behrens, A. Brem (Hrsg.),  Interfaces between Digital Technologies and Entrepreneurship. New York: Springer.
[15]
Cangemi, F. & O. Niebuhr (2018). Rethinking Canonical Forms. In F. Cangemi, M. Clayards, O. Niebuhr, B. Schuppler, M. Zellers (Hrsg.). Rethinking Reduction. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
[14]
Elmentaler, M. & O. Niebuhr (2017). Platt – Missingsch – Petuh: Enregistermentprozesse zwischen Hamburg und Flensburg. In: L. Anderwald & J. Hoekstra (Hrsg.), Enregisterment - Zur sozialen Bedeutung sprachlicher Variation. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[13]
Niebuhr, O. (2016). Rich Reduction: Sound-segment residuals and the encoding of communicative functions along the hypo-hyper scale. In: Botinis, A. (Hrsg.), Experimental Linguistics (pp. 11-24). Athens: University of Athens Press.
[12]
Niebuhr, O. (2016). Daniel Jones und das Ohr als Nachrichtenempfänger. In: Walker, A. (Hrsg.),  Classics Revisited – Wegbereiter der Linguistik neu gelesen (pp. 61-93). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[11]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). Stepped intonation contours - a new field of complexity. In: O. Niebuhr & R. Skarnitzl (Hrsg.), Tackling the complexity in speech (pp.39-74). Prag: Charles University Press.
[10]
Niebuhr, O. & R. Skarnitzl (2015). The door frame structure of speech sciences. In: O. Niebuhr & R. Skarnitzl (Hrsg.), Tackling the complexity in speech (pp.9-23). Prag: Charles University Press
[09]
Niebuhr, O. & R. Skarnitzl (2015). Tackling the complexity in speech. Prag: Charles University Press.
[08]
Niebuhr, O. (Hrsg.) (2014). Formen des Nicht-Verstehens. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[07]
Niebuhr, O. & T. John (2014). (K)eine Spur von Missverständnissen – Suprasegmentalia und die Disambiguierung reduzierter Wörter im Standard-Norddeutschen. In: O. Niebuhr (Hrsg.), Formen des Nicht-Verstehens (pp. 129-154). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[06]
Graupe, E., K. Görs & O. Niebuhr (2014). Reduktion gesprochener Sprache - Bereicherung der Berhinderung der Kommunikation? In: O. Niebuhr (Hrsg.), Formen des Nicht-Verstehens (pp. 155-184). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[05]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). The acoustic complexity of intonation. In: Asu, E.-L., Lippus, P. (Hrsg.), Nordic Prosody XI (pp. 15-29). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[04]
Niebuhr, O. & M. Zellers (2012). Late pitch accents in hat and dip intonation patterns. In: Niebuhr, O. (Hrsg.), Understanding Prosody – The Role of Function, Context, and Communication (S. 159-186). Berlin / New York: de Gruyter.
[03]
Niebuhr O. (2012). Das ist (k)eine Frage - Phonetische Merkmale in der Identifikation standarddeutscher Deklarativfragen. In: Anderwald, L. (Hrsg.), Sprachmythen - Fiktion oder Wirklichkeit (S. 203-222). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
[02]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). On the domain of auditory restoration in speech. In: Kokinov, B., Karmiloff-Smith, A., Nersessian, N. J. (Hrsg.), European Perspectives on Cognitive Science (S. 1-6). Sofia: New Bulgarian University Press.
[01]
Niebuhr, O. (2007). Perzeption und kognitive Verarbeitung der Sprechmelodie. Theoretische Grundlagen und empirische Untersuchungen. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.
- rezensiert von Alexander Werth in Linguistische Berichte, Heft 216/2008
- rezensiert von Stefan Baumann in Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik, Heft 3/2009

Konferenzbeiträge

Konferenzbeiträge (mit peer review) und Aufsätze in Arbeitsberichten

[95]
O. Niebuhr, R. Böck, J.A. Allen. On the Sound of Successful Meetings: How Speech Prosody Predicts Meeting Performance 
ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, 1-14
[95]
Niebuhr, O. (2021). Computer-assisted prosody training: Improving public speakers' vocal charisma with the Web-Pitcher, 
Revista da Abralin 20 (1), 1-29
[95]
Niebuhr, O. (2021). Advancing higher education practice by analyzing and training students vocal charisma: Evidence from a Danish field study. Proc. 7th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (Head 2021), Valencia, Spain. 1-8.
[94]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Gutnyk (2021). Pronunciation engineering: Investigating the link between jaw-movement patterns and perceived speaker charisma using the MARRYS cap. IEEE Xplore (Proc. 3rd International Conference on Electrical, Communication, and Computer Engineering), 1-5.
[93]
Gutnyik, A., Niebuhr, O., & Gu, W. (2021). Speaker charisma analyzed through the cultural lens. IEEE Xplore (Proc. 12th IEEE International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing, Hong Kong, China), 1-5.
[92]
Erickson, D., Niebuhr, O., Gu, W., Huang, T., & Geng, P. (2020). The MARRYS cap: A new method for analyzing and teaching the importance of jaw movements in speech production. Proc. 11th International Seminar on Speech Production, Yale, USA, 1-5.
[91]
Neitsch, J., Barbosa, P. A., & Niebuhr, O. (2020). Prosody and breathing: A comparison between rhetorical and information-seeking questions in German and Brazilian Portuguese. Proc. 21st Interspeech Conference, Shanghai, China, 1863-1867.
[90]
Neitsch, J., & Niebuhr, O. (2020). Are Germans better haters than Danes? Language-specific implicit prosodies of types of hate speech and how they relate to perceived severity and societal rules. Proc. 21st Interspeech Conference, Shanghai, China, 1843-1847.
[89]
Michalsky, J., Niebuhr, O., & Penke, L. (2020). Do charismatic people produce charismatic speech? On the relationship between the Big Five personality traits and prosodic features of speaker charisma in female speakers. Proc. 10th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Tokyo, Japan, 700-704.
[88]
Tegtmeier, S., O. Niebuhr & T. Schweisfurth (2020). How money talks: The role of speech melody in investor-pitch success. Proc. Acamdeny of Management Discoveries Conference.
[87]
Neitsch, J. & O. Niebuhr. (2020). On the role of prosody in the production and evaluation of German hate speech. Proc. 10th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Tokyo, Japan, 710-714.
[86]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Neitsch (2020). Assessing hate-speech perception through bio-signal measurements: A pilot study. Proc. Biosignale Workshop, Kiel, 1-2.
[85]
Fischer, K. & O. Niebuhr (2020). Studying Language Attitudes Using Robots. Proc. 9th International Conference on Human Robot Interaction, Standford, USA, 1-2.
[84]
Neitsch, J. & Niebuhr, O. (2019). Types of hate speech in German and their prosodic characteristics. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech (SEFOS), Sonderborg, Denmark, 85-87.
[83]
Diekjobst, K. & O. Niebuhr (2019). Mellow the Cello! Determining Correlations between Human Voices and Instrument Voices as a New Source for Innovating Cello Strings. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech: Pausing, Breathing and Voice. Syddansk Universitet, Sonderborg, Denmark, 73-75.
[82]
Barbosa, P., Niebuhr, O., & Neitsch, J. (2019). Revisiting rhetorical claims of breathing for persuasive speech. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 103-105.
[81]
Fischer, K., Niebuhr, O., Langedijk, R.M., & Eisenberger, S. (2019). Shall Know you by your Voice – Melodic and Physical Dominance in the Design of Robot Voices. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 88-90.
[80]
Ploug, M. & Niebuhr, O. (2019). There is music in speech melody! - How pitch intervals shape speaker charisma. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 76-78.
[79]
Berger, S., Niebuhr, O., & Zellers, M. (2019). Alternative phrase boundary symbolization and its effect on pause duration. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 69-71.
[78]
Neitsch, J. & Niebuhr, O. (2019). How prosody and context shape the acoustic nature of rhetorical questions in German. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 53-55.
[77]
Niebuhr, O. & Wrzeczsz, S. (2019). A woman's gotta do what a woman's gotta do, and a man's gotta say what a man's gotta say - Sex-specific differences in the production and perception of persuasive power. Proc. 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong, China, 1-2.
[76]
Gutnyk, A., Niebuhr, O. & Gu, W. (2019). Differences in gender-specific charismatic speech across countries and languages. Proc. 1st International Seminar on the Foundations of Speech, Sondebrorg, Denmark, 27-29.
[75]
Kügler, F., Baumann, S., Andreeva, B., Braun, B., Grice, M., Neitsch, J., Niebuhr, O., Peters, J., Röhr, C. T., Schweitzer, A. & Wagner, P. (2019). Annotation of German Intonation: DIMA compared with other annotation systems. Proc. 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 1297-1301.
[74]
Welby, P. & O. Niebuhr (2019). Segmental intonation information in French fricatives. Proc. 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 225-229
[73]
Neitsch, J. & O. Niebuhr (2019). Questions as prosodic configurations: How prosody and context shape the multiparametric acoustic nature of rhetorical questions in German. Proc. 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 2425-2429.
[72]
Niebuhr, O. & R. Skarnitzl (2019). Measuring a speaker's acoustic correlates of pitch - but which? A contrastive analysis for perceived speaker charisma. Proc. 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 1774-1778
[71]
Niebuhr, O. & Jan Michalsky (2019). PASCAL and DPA: A pilot study on using prosodic competence scores to predict communicative skills for team working and public speaking. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech),306-310.
[70]
Niebuhr, O. & U. Schjoedt (2019). God as interlocutor - real or imaginary? Prosodic markers of dialogue speech and expected efficacy in spoken prayer. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech), 36-40.
[69]
Niebuhr, O. & K. Fischer (2019). Do not hesitate! – Unless you do it shortly or nasally: How the phonetics of filled pauses determine their subjective frequency and perceived speaker performance. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech), 544-548.
[68]
Berger, S., O. Niebuhr, & M. Zellers (2019). A preliminary study of charismatic speech on YouTube: correlating prosodic variation with counts of subscribers, views and likes. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech), 1761-1765.
[67]
Landgraf, R., G. Schmidt , M. Grimm , O. Niebuhr, and T. John (2018). Man höre und staune - Perzeptive Evidenz für die Funktionalität eines ICC-Systems anhand von Dialogdaten aus einer multimodalen Fahrsimulation. Proc. 45th Annual Conference of the Acoustical Society of Germany, Munich, Germany.
[66]
Mixdorff, H., O. Niebuhr, & A. Hönemann (2018). Model-based prosodic analysis of charismatic speech. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[65]
Michalsky, J., H. Schoormann, & O. Niebuhr (2018). Conversational quality is affected by and reflected in prosodic entrainment. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[64]
Niebuhr, O., J. Thumm, & J. Michalsky (2018). Shapes and timing in charismatic speech - Evidence from sounds and melodies. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[63]
Berger, S., O. Niebuhr, & K. Fischer (2018). Eliciting extra prominence in read-speech tasks: The effects of different text-highlighting methods on acoustic cues to perceived prominence. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[62]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Michalsky (2018). Virtual reality simulations as a new tool for practicing presentations and refining public-speaking skills. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[61]
Niebuhr, O., R. Skarnitzl & L. Tylečková (2018). The acoustic fingerprint of a charismatic voice - Initial evidence from correlations between long-term spectral features and listener ratings. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland.
[60]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Winkler (2017). The relative cueing power of F0 and duration in German prominence perception. Proceedings of 18th International Interspeech Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 611-615.
[59]
Kohtz, L. S. & O. Niebuhr (2017). How long is too long? How pause features after requests affect the perceived willingness of affirmative answers. Proceedings of 18th International Interspeech Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 3792-3796
[58]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). Clear Speech - Mere Speech? How segmental and prosodic speech reduction shape the impression that speakers create on listeners. Proceedings of 18th International Interspeech Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, 894-898.
[57]
Novák-Tót, E., O. Niebuhr, O. & A. Chen (2017). A gender bias in the acoustic-melodic features of charismatic speech? Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Stockholm, Sweden, 2248-2252.
[56]
Fischer, K., O. Niebuhr, E. Novák-Tót & L.C. Jensen (2017). Hesitation Markers Contribute to Addressee Orientation. Proc. 43rd Annual Meeting of the German Acoustical Society, Kiel, Germany, 1-5.
[55]
Alm, M., K. Fischer, L.C. Jensen, O. Niebuhr & N. Schümchen (2017). Foreign accent in the acoustic   features of speech melody - A Danish-German case study. Proc. 43rd Annual Meeting of the German Acoustical Society, Kiel, Germany, 1-5.
[54]
Barbosa, P., O. Niebuhr, M. Salinas-Ranneberg, S. Lautenbacher & M. Kunz (2017). Effects of pain on vowel production - Towards a new way of pain-level estimation based on acoustic speech-signal analyses. Proc. 43rd Annual Meeting of the German Acoustical Society, Kiel, Germany, 1-5.
[53]
Landgraf, R., G. Schmidt, J. Köhler-Kaeß, O. Niebuhr & T. John. (2017). More noise, less talk – The impact of driving noise and ICC systems on acoustic-prosodic parameters in dialogue. Proc. 43rd  Annual Meeting of the German Acoustical Society, Kiel, Germany, 1-5.
[52]
Niebuhr, O., A. Brem, S. Tegtmeier & S. Gretzinger (2017). Linking Speech and Entrepreneurship   Research To Address Global Challenges. Proc. 7th International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Leuphana, Lüneburg.
[51]
Strupka, E., O. Niebuhr, & K. Fischer (2016). Influence of Robot Gender and Speaker Gender on Prosodic Entrainment in HRI. Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, New York City, USA, 1-3.
[50]
Landgraf, R., J. Köhler-Kaeß, Ch. Lüke, O. Niebuhr & G. Schmidt (2016). Can you hear me now? Reducing the Lombard effect in a driving car by the use of an In-Car Communication system. Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5.
[49]
Baumann, S., O. Niebuhr & B. Schroeter (2016). Acoustic Cues to Perceived Prominence Levels – Evidence from German Spontaneous Speech. Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5.
[48]
Welby, P. & O. Niebuhr (2016).  The Influence of F0 Discontinuity on Intonational Cues to Word Segmentation: A Preliminary Investigation. Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5.
[47]
Berger, S., C. Marquard & O. Niebuhr (2016). Having an eye on read speech – How different typefaces affect speech prosody. Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5.
[46]
Niebuhr, O. (2016). Who wants to be a blabbermouth? Prosodic cues to correct answers in the WWTBM quiz show scenario. Proc. 8th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Boston, USA, 1-5.
[45]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). Gender differences in the prosody of German questions. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland, 1-5.
[44]
Marquard, C., O. Niebuhr & A. Witzlack-Makarevich (2015). Phonetic Reduction of Clicks - Evidence from N|uu. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland, 1-5.
[43]
Ambrazaitis, G., O. Niebuhr, & T.C. Buanzur (2015). Focal F0 peak shape and sentence mode in Swedish. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland, 1-5.
[42]
Kügler, F., B. Smolibocki, D. Arnold, S. Baumann, B. Braun, M. Grice, S. Jannedy, J. Michalsky, O. Niebuhr, J. Peters, S. Ritter, C.T. Röhr, A. Schweitzer, K. Schweitzer, & P. Wagner (2015). DIMA – Annotation guidelines for German intonation. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland, 1-5.
[41]
Wagner, P., A. Origlia, C. Avesani, G. Christodoulides, F. Cutugno, M. D’Imperio, D. Escudero Mancebo, B. Gili Fivela, A. Lacheret, B. Ludusan, H. Moniz, A. Ní Chasaide, O. Niebuhr, L. Rousier-Vercruyssen, A.-C. Simon, J. Šimko, F. Tesser, & M. Vainio (2015). Different parts of the same elephant: A roadmap to disentangle and connect different perspectives on prosodic prominence. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland, 1-5.
[40]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). INSPECT: Innovating Speech Elicitation Techniques. Proceedings of 14th International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerpen, Belgien.
[39]
Niebuhr, O., B. Schroeter, & S. Baumann (2015). Cues to Perceptual Prominence of Prenuclear Pitch Accents – Evidence from German Spontaneous Speech. Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Prominence in Language, K��ln, 1-2.
[38]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Michaud (2015). Speech Data Acquisition - The Underestimated Challenge. Kieler Arbeiten in Linguistik und Phonetik (KALIPHO) 3, 1-42.
[37]
Niebuhr, O., B. Peters, R. Landgraf, & G. Schmidt (2015). The Kiel Corpora of "Speech & Emotion" - A Summary. Proceedings of the 41st Conference of the German Acoustical Society, Nürnberg, 1-4.
[36]
Wollermann, Ch., O Niebuhr, K. Görs und B. Schröder (2014). Producing Prosodic Cues and Varying Dialogue Context - Impact on exhaustivity of answers. Proc. 10th International Seminar on Seech Production, Köln, 1-5.
[35]
Mixdorff, H., A. Hönemann, O. Niebuhr & Ch. Draxler (2014). Perceived prominence reflected by               imitations of words with and without F0 continuity. Proc. 7th International Conference of Speech    Prosody, Dublin, Irland, 1-5.
[34]
Volín, J., L. Weingartová & O. Niebuhr (2014). Between recognition and resignation - The prosodic           forms and communicative functions of the Czech confirmation tag "jasne". Proc. 7th International     Conference of Speech Prosody, Dublin, Irland, 1-5.
[33]
Niebuhr, O. (2014). "A little more ironic" - Voice quality and segmental reduction differences   between sarcastic and neutral utterances. Proc. 7th Conference of Speech Prosody, Dublin,      Irland, 1-5.
[32]
Niebuhr, O., H. Kallio, H. Mixdorff & M. Vainio (2013). Prominence perception: speech melody and sonority effects in a cross-linguistic perspective. Proceedings of the pS-prominenceS conference, Viterbo, Italien, 1-2.
[31]
Behrens, J. & O. Niebuhr (2013). Prominence patterns as a function of lexical stress level and speaking style in German. Proceedings of the pS-prominenceS conference, Viterbo, Italien, 1-2.
[30]
Lüke, C., A. Theiß, G. Schmidt, O. Niebuhr & T. John (2013). Creation of a Lombard speech database using an acoustic ambiance simulation with loudspeakers. Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Workshop on Digital Signal Processing for In-Vehicle Systems, Seoul, Korea, 1-8.
[29]
Niebuhr, O., K. Görs & E. Graupe (2013). Speech Reduction, Intensity, and F0 Shape are Cues to Turn- Taking. Proceedings of the 14th Annual SigDial Meeting on Discourse and Dialogue, Metz, Frankreich, 1-9.
[28]
Mixdorff, H. & O. Niebuhr (2013). The influence of F0 contour continuity on prominence perception. Proceedings of the 14th Interspeech Conference, Lyon, Frankreich, 1-5.
[27]
Kohtz, L. & O. Niebuhr (2013). Eliciting speech with sentence lists – a critical evaluation with special emphasis on segmental anchoring. Proceedings of the 14th Interspeech Conference, Lyon, Frankreich, 1-5.
[26]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Resistance is futile - The intonation between continuation rise and calling contour in German. Proceedings of the 14th Interspeech Conference, Lyon, Frankreich, 1-5.
[25]
John, T., O. Niebuhr, G. Schmidt & A. Theiß (2013). Phonetic analyses vs. dirty signals: Fixing the paradox. Beiträge zur 24. Konferenz zur Elektronischen Sprachsignalverarbeitung (ESSV), Bielefeld, 1-8.
[24]
Niebuhr, O. Jarzabkowska, P., U. Lorenz, C. Schulz & F. Sodigov (2012). Say it again, Sam! Phonetic Forms and Functions of Emphatic Reduplication in German. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Shanghai, China, 258-261.
[23]
Görs, K. & O. Niebuhr (2012). Hocus Focus - What the eliciation method tells us about types and exponents of contrastive focus. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Shanghai, China, 262-265.
[22]
Niebuhr, O (2011). Drawing on intonation drawings - An alternative approach to the perception of pitch accents and phrase-final intonation movements.  Kieler Arbeitsberichte für Linguistik und Phonetik (KALIPHO) 1, 1-40.
[21]
Pfitzinger, H.R. & O. Niebuhr (2011). Historical development of phonetic vowel systems - The last 400 years. Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong, China, 160-163.
[20]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Wolf (2011). Low and High, Short and Long by Crook or by Hook? Proceedings of 12th Interspeech conference, Florence, Italy, 1869-1872.
[19]
Niebuhr, O., M. D’Imperio, B. Gili Fivela & F. Cangemi (2011). Are there "shapers" and "aligners"? Individual differences in signalling pitch accent category. Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong, China, 120-123.
[18]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). Alignment and pitch-accent identification - implications from F0 peak and plateau contours. Working papers of the Institute of Phonetics and Digital Speech Processing (AIPUK) 38, 77-95.
[17]
Niebuhr, O., C. Lill & J. Neuschulz (2011). At the segment-prosody divide: The interplay of intonation, sibilant pitch and sibilant assimilation. Proceedings of the 17th ICPhS, Hong Kong, China, 1478-1481.
[16]
D'Imperio, M., B. Gili Fivela & O. Niebuhr (2010). Alignment perception of high intonational plateaux in Italian and German. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, USA, 1-4.
[15]
Kleber, F. & O. Niebuhr (2010). Semantic-context effects on lexical stress and syllable prominence. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, USA, 1-4.
[14]
Dombrowski, E. & O. Niebuhr (2010). Shaping phrase-final rising intonation in German. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, USA, 1-4.
[13]
Niebuhr, O. & H.P. Pfitzinger (2010). On pitch-accent identification - The role of syllable duration and intensity. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Chicago, USA, 1-4.
[12]
Niebuhr, O. (2009). Intonation segments and segmental intonations. Proceedings of the 10th Interspeech conference, Brighton, UK, 2435-2438.
[11]
Niebuhr, O., C. Meunier & L. Lancia (2008). On place assimilation in French sibilant sequences. Proceedings of the 8th international seminar on speech production, Strasbourg, France, 221-224.
[10]
Niebuhr, O. (2008). The effect of global rhythms on local accent perceptions in German. Proceedings of the 4rd International Conference of Speech Prosody, Campinas, Brazil, 331-334.
[09]
Ambrazaitis, G.I. & O. Niebuhr (2008). Dip and hat pattern: a phonological contrast of German? Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Campinas, Brazil, 269-272.
[08]
Kohler, K.J. & O. Niebuhr (2007). The phonetics of emphasis. Proceedings of the 16th ICPhS, Saarbruecken, Germany, 2145-2148.
[07]
Niebuhr, O. (2007). Categorical perception in intonation: a matter of signal dynamics? Proceedings of the Interspeech 2007, Antwerp, Belgium, 109-112.
[06]
Niebuhr, O. & G. I. Ambrazaitis (2006). Alignment of medial and late peaks in German spontaneous speech. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Speech Prosody, Dresden, Germany, 161-164.
[05]
Niebuhr, O. (2006). The role of the accented-vowel onset in the perception of German early and medial peaks. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Speech Prosody, Dresden, Germany, 109-112.
[04]
Niebuhr, O. (2005). Sequenzen phonologischer Intonationsgipfel. Theoretische Moeglichkeiten und empirische Realisierung im segmentellen Kontext. Arbeitsberichte des Instituts für Phonetik und digitale Sprachverarbeitung (AIPUK) 35a, 55-96.
[03]
Niebuhr, O. & K.J. Kohler (2004). Perception and Cognitive Processing of Tonal Alignment in German. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages: Emphasis on Tone Languages, Beijing, China, 155-158.
[02]
Niebuhr, O. (2004). Intrinsic Pitch in Opening and Closing Diphthongs of German. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Speech Prosody, Nara, Japan, 733-736.
[01]
Niebuhr, O. (2003). Perceptual study of timing variables in F0 peaks. Proceedings of the 15th ICPhS, Barcelona, Spain, 1225-1228.

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Ausgewählte Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen

[81]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Neitsch (2021). The new "Speaker": Enhancing persuasiveness through the assessment and training of vowel pronunciation and acoustically projected body height. Einladener Gastvortrag im International Workshop Interfaces of Phonetics, Universität Oldenburg.
[80]
Niebuhr, O. (2021). Clear, clearer, charismatic? On the role of pronunciation for perceived speaker charisma. Eingeladener Gastvortrag im Rahmen des Séminaires de Recherches en Phonétique et Phonologie. Paris, France.
[79]
Niebuhr, O. (2020). The new "Speaker" software. Measuring and training charismatic pronunciation. Eingeladener Gastvortrag anlässlich eines Workshops zur Persuasion an der Universität Basel, Schweiz
[78]
Niebuhr, O. (2020). Breathing in expressive speech. Eingeladener Gastvortrag anlässlich eines Workshops zur Sprechatmung an der Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken.
[77]
Niebuhr, O. (2019). Charismatic Speech and how you can learn it. Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote) auf dem Beer & Science Event der Stadt Odense, DK.
[76]
Niebuhr, O. (2019). Interkultural differences and the gender gap in charismatic speech. Eingeladener Gastvortrag im Institutskolloqium der Abt. für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, CAU Kiel.
[75]
Niebuhr, O. (2019). Charismatic speech and its role in leadership. Hauptrednervortrag. (Keynote) auf dem Internationalen Nachhaltigkeitsevent der Stadt Sonderborg, Denmark.
[74]
Niebuhr, O. (2018) Catching up with a catchy voice - Persuasive investor pitches with special emphasis on female speakers. Eingeladener Gastvortrag anlässlich des internationalen Women-Ventures Workshops, FU Berlin.
[73]
O. Niebuhr (2018). Learning how to learn charismatic speech. A new approach with a focus on prosody. Eingeladener Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote), Phonetics and Phonology in Denmark (PPDK), Aarhus University.
[72]
Niebuhr, O. & S. Berger (2018). Charismatische Sprache in der Politik: Warum jede ‘Stimme‘ zählt. Eingeladener Gastvortrag im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung des Kieler Forschungszentrums ASidR, Universität Kiel.
[71]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). Charismatic speech A new way to enhancing success and leadership in business. Halbtägiges Seminar als Gastdozent, TU München, School of Management.
[70]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). Wahrnehmung und Training von Sprechercharisma Zur Rolle von Prosodie, Kontext und Medium. Eingeladener Vortrag, TU München, School of Management, München
[69]
Niebuhr, O. & J. Michalsky (2018). Creating and maintaining business networks through non-verbal skills. Eingeladener Gastvortrag vor dem Benefit4Regions Networking Event, SDU Kolding.
[68]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). Charismatic speech A glimpse into entrepreneurship-driven research on acoustic voice profiling and training. Eingeladener Gastvortrag, ZIF, Universität Bielefeld.
[67]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). DOs and DONTs in charismatic speech -- Recent acoustic insights into effectiveness windows and parameter weights. Eingeladener Gastvortrag, Aarhus Universitet, Dänemark.
[66]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). Methoden und Erfolge charismatischen Sprechtrainings -- Ein Überblick. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Institut für Germanistik, Universität Oldenburg.
[65]
Niebuhr, O. (2018). The power of charismatic speech. Eingeladener Gastvortrag an der Leuphana Universität Lüneburg.
[64]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). The 'Wow' and the 'How' - Acoustic charisma profiling and training at SDU Sønderborg. Eingeladener Gastvortrag an der Charles University, Prag, Tschechische Republik.
[63]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). How to ask without a question and to reply without answer. Eingeladener Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote) auf dem internationalen Prosody-and-Meaning Workshop, Universität Konstanz.
[62]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). Die Stimmung der Stimme und die Stimmung - Oder was unsere Sprechmelodie für uns und über uns aussagt. Eingeladener Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote) anlässlich der Kieler Nacht der Akustik, CAU Kiel.
[61]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). Variation in F0 Shape within and between phonological categories of intonation. Eingeladener Gastvortrag im Rahmen der Dahlem Lectures in Linguistics, Interdisziplinäres Zentrum Europäische Sprachen, FU Berlin.
[60]
Niebuhr, O. (2017). Getting Jobs with Jobs? A Glimpse into the Characteristics of Charismatic Speech. Eingeladener Gastvortrag in der Arbeitsgruppe Phonetik und Phonologie, Universität Bielefeld.
[59]
Niebuhr, O. (2016). Rich Reduction: Sound-segment residuals and the encoding of communicative functions along the hypo-hyper scale. Eingeladener Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote) auf der 7th International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (ExLing), Bobrinsky Palace, St. Petersburg, Russland.
[58]
Niebuhr, O. (2016). Müßig oder mitteilsam? Reduktionen in gesprochener Sprache und ihre unterschätzte kommunikative Relevanz. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Kieler Forschungszentrum „Arealität und Sozialität in der Sprache, CAU Kiel.
[57]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). Diversity and Complexity in the pronunciation of sounds and prosodies. Eingeladener Eröffnungsvortrag auf dem Symposium über Advanced Computer-Aided Feedback Methods for Second-Language and Pronunciation Training, Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China.
[56]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). Multiparametric methods and findings in intonation research. Gastvortrag am Zentrum für Sprache und Literatur der Universität Lund, Schweden.
[55]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). Gender differences in the prosody of German questions. Vortrag auf dem 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Schottland.
[54]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). INSPECT: Innovating Speech Elicitation Techniques. Vortrag auf der 14th International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerpen, Belgien.
[53]
Niebuhr, O., B. Schroeter, & S. Baumann (2015). Cues to Perceptual Prominence of Prenuclear Pitch Accents – Evidence from German Spontaneous Speech. Vortrag auf der 1st International Conference on Prominence in Language, Köln.
[52]
Niebuhr, O. (2015). The Kiel Corpora of "Speech & Emotion" - A Summary. Vortrag auf der 41st Conference of the German Acoustical Society, Nürnberg.
[51]
Niebuhr (2014). Stepped intonation contours - A new field of complexity. Vortrag auf dem 22. Czech-German Workshop on Speech Communication an der Karls-Universität, Prag, Tschechische Republik.
[50]
O. Niebuhr (2014). On the complexity of speech. Lehrmodul im Rahmen der Bamberger Sommerschule zu "Tools & Techniques in Geolinguistics", CAU Kiel.
[49]
O. Niebuhr (2014). Phonetic variation in segments and prosody. Lehrmodul im Rahmen der Bamberger Sommerschule zu "Documentary Linguistics and Variationist Sociolinguistics", Universität Bamberg.
[48]
O. Niebuhr & G. Ambrazaitis (2014). Dip vs. hat pattern: Is the intonation pattern between two pitch accents a phonological feature of German? Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University, Schweden.
[47]
O. Niebuhr (2014). Details in the perception of German prominence: Cue power estimates and context effects. Postervortrag im Rahmen des International Symposium on Prosody to Commemorate Gösta Bruce, Lund University, Schweden.
[46]
Niebuhr (2014). Formen und Funktionen der Emphase - Grundsteine einer Systematisierung. Vortrag im Rahmen des ISFAS-Institutskolloquiums, CAU Kiel.
[45]
Welby, P. & O. Niebuhr (2014). Does segmental perturbation perturb segmentation? Vortrag auf dem 2. Workshop zur Role of the Initial Accent in Prosodic Structuring in French, Aix-en-Provence, Frankreich.
[44]
Niebuhr, O., H. Kallio, H. Mixdorff & M. Vainio (2013). Prominence Perception: Speech melody and sonority effects in a cross-linguistic perspective. Vortrag auf der internationalen pS-prominenceS Konferenz, Viterbo, Italien.
[43]
Behrens, J. & O. Niebuhr (2013). The Prosody of German Word Stress as a Function of Speaking Style and Stress Level. Vortrag auf dem 2. Workshop des "Word Stress Project", Göteborg, Schweden und Postervortrag auf der internationalen pS-prominenceS Konferenz, Viterbo, Italien.
[42]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Forms and functions of Standard German intonation: An overview. Haupt-rednervortrag (Keynote) auf dem 2. internationalen Workshop Friends by Design - Robots & Emotions an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
[41]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). "Stimme & Emotion"  - Sprache und Emotion verarbeiten und verstehen. Poster-vortrag auf dem Forschungstag des Collegium Philosophicum, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel.
[40]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Der Ton macht die Musik! - Eine Aufschlüsselung der Formen und Funktionen der standarddeutschen Sprechmelodie. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Institut for Sprog og Kommunikation, Syddansk Universitet, Odense, Dänemark.
[39]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Aspekte des Zusammenwirkens von Prosodie und Lautsegmenten. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Institut für Linguistik/Phonetik der Universität Köln.
[38]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Gradienz, Akzent und Prominenz aus Sicht des Kieler Intonationsmodells. Vortrag im 3. Workshop über die Deutsche Intonation: Modellierung und Annotation (DIMA III), ZAS, Berlin.
[37]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Reduction phenomena: Hindrance or gain in speech communication? Haupt-rednervortrag (Keynote) auf der internationalen Konferenz Experimental Approaches to Production and Perception of Language Variation (ExApp 2013), Universität Kopenhagen, Dänemark.
[36]
Niebuhr, O. (2013). Neue Untersuchungen im Spannungsfeld zwischen Reduktion und Kommunikation. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung (IPS), LMU München.
[35]
Niebuhr, O. (2012). The acoustic complexity of intonation. Hauptrednervortrag (Keynote) auf der 11th Nordic Prosody Conference, Tartu, Estland.
[34]
Niebuhr, O. (2012). The rhythm window. Postervortrag auf dem intersdisziplinären Workshop Perspectives on Rhythm and Timing (PoRT), Glasgow, Schottland.
[33]
Niebuhr, O. & A. Michaud (2012). Speech Data Acquisition - The underestimated challenge. Eingeladenes Tutorium auf dem 3rd International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages (TAL) - Tonal aspects across tone and non-tone languages, Nanjing, China.
[32]
Niebuhr, O., P. Jarzabkowska, U. Lorenz, C. Schulz & F. Sodigov (2012). Say it again, Sam! Phonetic Forms and Functions of Emphatic Reduplication in German. Postervortrag auf der 6th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Shanghai, China.
[31]
Görs, K. & O. Niebuhr (2012). Hocus Focus - What the eliciation method tells us about types and exponents of contrastive focus. Postervortrag auf der 6th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Shanghai, China.
[30]
Niebuhr (2012). Formen und Funktionen später Gipfel in Hut- und Dipmustern - Evidenzen für zwei verschiedene Tonhöhenakzente? Vortrag auf dem Workshop Deutsche Intonation - Modellierung und Annotation (DIMA II), Universität Konstanz.
[29]
Niebuhr, O. (2012). Emphase im Fokus ?! Eine zweite Chance für den ersten Eindruck. Eingeladener Gastvortrag in der Abt. für Computerlinguistik und Phonetik der Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken.
[28]
Niebuhr, E. Graupe & L. Dilley (2011). You don’t have to say a word – How duration and F0 trigger or hinder the perception of function words in German. Vortrag auf dem Second Nijmegen Speech Reduction Workshop, Max-Planck Institut für Psycholinguistik, Nijmegen, Niederlande.
[27]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). Inter- und Intraindividuelle Variation in der Intonation. Vortrag auf dem Workshop Deutsche Intonation - Modellierung und Annotation (DIMA), Universität Köln.
[26]
Niebuhr, O., M. D'Imperio, B. Gili Fivela & F. Cangemi (2011). Are there “Shapers” and “Aligners” ? Individual differences in signalling pitch accent category. Vortrag auf dem 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Hongkong, China, im Rahmen der Special Session zu Tones and Shapes - Towards a More Holistic Perspective in Intonation Research.
[25]
Niebuhr, C. Lill & J. Neuschulz (2011). At the Segment-Prosody Divide - The Interplay of Intonation, Sibilant Pitch and Sibilant Assimilation. Vortrag auf dem 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences”, Hongkong, China.
[24]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). On the domain of auditory restoration in speech. Vortrag auf der 4th EuroCogSci Conference, Sofia, Bulgarien.
[23]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). Another brick in the fall - On the contribution of sound segments to sentence intonation. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Språk- och litteraturcentrum, Lunds Universitet, Schweden.
[22]
Niebuhr, O. (2011). Konturpunkt contra Kontrapunkt - Von der F0-Gipfelverschiebung zur akustischen Manipulation prosodischer Parameter. Eingeladener Gastvortrag auf dem SPP-Workshop zu Acoustic manipulations of prosodic parameters, Universität Potsdam.
[21]
Niebuhr & M. Clayards (2011). Sound to Sense Project 4 - A final summary. Gastvortrag auf dem finalen Workshop des Marie-Curie Research-Training Network Sound-to-Sense, University of Leuven, Belgien.
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Niebuhr, O. (2010). Ist es ein /S/? Kontrastive Untersuchungen zur Sibilantenassimilation im Französischen und Englischen. Eingeladener Gastvortrag im Rahmen des SFB zur Mehrsprachigkeit, Universität Hamburg.
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Niebuhr, O. (2010). Vowel characteristics and the perception of assimilation. Vortrag auf dem 7. Workshop des Marie-Curie Research-Training Network Sound-to-Sense, Stockholm, Schweden.
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D'Imperio, M., B. Gili Fivela & O. Niebuhr (2010). Alignment perception of high intonational plateaux in Italian and German. Gastvortrag in der Special Session Shape, Scaling, and Alignment of F0 Events auf der 5th International Conference of Speech Prosody”, Chicago, USA.
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Dombrowski, E. & O. Niebuhr (2010). Shaping phrase-final rising intonation in German. Gastvortrag in der Special Session Shape, Scaling, and Alignment of F0 Events auf der 5th International Conference of Speech Prosody”, Chicago, USA.
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Gaskell, G., M. Clayards & O. Niebuhr (2009). Cross-linguistic Effects in the Perception of Assimilated Speech. Vortrag auf dem 50th Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, USA.
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Niebuhr, O. (2009). “Phonetic details“ in Vokal-Frikativ-Sequenzen – Untersuchungen zum Deutschen, Englischen und Französischen. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Germanistischen Seminar der Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena.
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Niebuhr, O., Ch. Meunier & L. Lancia (2009). The role of the vowel context in the differentiation of French /sS/ and /Ss/ sequences. Vortrag auf der PaPI 2009 conference, Las Palmas, Spanien.
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etrone, C. & O. Niebuhr (2009). The role of the prenuclear F0 region in the identification of German questions and statements. Vortrag auf der PaPI 2009 conference, Las Palmas, Spanien.
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Niebuhr, O., Ch. Meunier & L. Lancia (2009). The phonetic details of vowels preceding alveolar and postalveolar sibilants in French. Postervortrag auf dem Workshop From Signal to Prosodic Structure and Meaning am Laboratoire Parole & Langage, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Frankreich.
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Niebuhr, O., Ch. Meunier, L. Lancia, N. Nguyen & S. Dufour (2009). Phonetic details of sibilant assimilation - The case of French. Vortrag am Laboratoire Parole & Langage, UMR 6057 CNRS, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Frankreich.
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Niebuhr, O. (2009). Phonetic details in prosodic phenomena. Eingeladener Gastvortrag am Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie, University of Paris 3, Paris, Frankreich.
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Niebuhr, O. (2009). Die segmentelle und suprasegmentelle Kodierung intonatorischer Einheiten. Eingeledener Gastvortrag am Institut für Phonetik and Sprachverarbeitung (IPS), Ludwig-Maximilan Universität, München.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). Further developments within the framework of the Kiel Intonation Model - the role of shapes and segments. Vortrag am Laboratoire Parole & Langage (LPL), Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Frankreich.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). A cross-linguistic comparison of assimilation patterns in French and English sibilant sequences. Postervortrag auf dem 4. S2S Workshop Speech in adverse conditions, Prag, Tschechien.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). Interpretation of pitch patterns and its effects on accentual prominence in German. Vortrag auf der Konferenz Tone and Intonation in Europe 3, Lissabon, Portugal.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). Late peaks in two-accent intonation patterns of German. Eingeladener Gastvortrag an der City University, London, UK.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). Identification of highly reduced words by differential segmental lengthening. Eingeladener Gastvortrag auf dem First Nijmegen Speech Reduction Workshop, MPI Nijmegen, Niederlande.
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Niebuhr, O. (2008). The role of global melodic rhythms for local pitch-accent positions in German. Postervortrag auf dem Workshop on Empirical Approaches to Speech Rhythm (EASR08), London, UK.
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Niebuhr, O. (2007). Melodic signalling of given, new, and unexpected information in German - going beyond F0 peak alignment. Eingeladener Gastvortrag in der Language Acquisition Group am Max-Planck Institut für Psycholinguistik, Nijmegen, Niederlande.
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Niebuhr, O. (2006). The contribution of F0, intensity, and duration to the perception of German peak categories. Vortrag auf dem Symposium Prosodic timing - from signal to function, Linguistics and Phonetics Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund, Schweden.