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On multi-level modeling of data from repeated measures designs: A tutorial
H Quené, H Van den Bergh
Speech communication 43 (1-2), 103-121, 2004
8202004
Examples of mixed-effects modeling with crossed random effects and with binomial data
H Quené, H Van den Bergh
Journal of Memory and Language 59 (4), 413-425, 2008
6802008
What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs
HR Bosker, AF Pinget, H Quené, T Sanders, NH De Jong
Language Testing 30 (2), 159-175, 2013
3622013
Multilevel modeling of between-speaker and within-speaker variation in spontaneous speech tempo
H Quené
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 123 (2), 1104-1113, 2008
2732008
On the just noticeable difference for tempo in speech
H Quené
Journal of Phonetics 35 (3), 353-362, 2007
1772007
Effects of timing regularity and metrical expectancy on spoken-word perception
H Quené, RF Port
Phonetica 62 (1), 1-13, 2005
1762005
Durational cues for word segmentation Dutch
H Queué
Journal of Phonetics 20 (3), 331-350, 1992
1481992
Native speakers’ perceptions of fluency and accent in L2 speech
AF Pinget, HR Bosker, H Quené, NH De Jong
Language Testing 31 (3), 349-365, 2014
1092014
Native ‘um’s elicit prediction of low-frequency referents, but non-native ‘um’s do not
HR Bosker, H Quené, T Sanders, NH De Jong
Journal of memory and language 75, 104-116, 2014
912014
The perception of fluency in native and nonnative speech
HR Bosker, H Quené, T Sanders, NH De Jong
Language Learning 64 (3), 579-614, 2014
822014
Acoustic correlates of vowel intelligibility in clear and conversational speech for young normal-hearing and elderly hearing-impaired listeners
S Hargus Ferguson, H Quené
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (6), 3570-3584, 2014
772014
Word-level intelligibility of time-compressed speech: prosodic and segmental factors
E Janse, S Nooteboom, H Quené
Speech Communication 41 (2-3), 287-301, 2003
722003
Self-monitoring and feedback: A new attempt to find the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors
S Nooteboom, H Quené
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (3), 837-861, 2008
712008
Non-native durational patterns decrease speech intelligibility
H Quené, LE Van Delft
Speech Communication 52 (11-12), 911-918, 2010
682010
Segment durations and accent as cues to word segmentation in Dutch
H Quené
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 94 (4), 2027-2035, 1993
661993
Objective acoustic-phonetic speech analysis in patients treated for oral or oropharyngeal cancer
MJ De Bruijn, L Ten Bosch, DJ Kuik, H Quené, JA Langendijk, ...
Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica 61 (3), 180-187, 2009
562009
Coping with gradient forms of/t/-deletion and lexical ambiguity in spoken word recognition
E Janse, SG Nooteboom, H Quené
Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (2), 161-200, 2007
552007
Self-monitoring for speech errors: Two-stage detection and repair with and without auditory feedback
SG Nooteboom, H Quené
Journal of Memory and Language 95, 19-35, 2017
422017
The derivation of prosody for text-to-speech from prosodic sentence structure
H Quené, R Kager
Computer Speech & Language 6 (1), 77-98, 1992
411992
Longitudinal trends in speech tempo: The case of Queen Beatrix
H Quené
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (6), EL452-EL457, 2013
392013
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