prof. dr. Sieb Nooteboom

Sieb Nooteboom (1995). Limited lookahead in speech production. In: F. Bell-Berti & L. R. raphael (eds): Producing speech: Contemporary issues. For Katherine Safford Harris. AIP Press, New York, pp. 3-18.
Sieb Nooteboom(1999). Sloppiness in uttering stock phrases. Proceedings of the IVXth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, August 1999.
S.G. Nooteboom (2001). Different sources of lexical bias and overt self-correction. Paper presented at the ISCA Workshop Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2001, University of Edinburgh, August 29-31, 2001. Published on CDROM DiSS ´01, ISCA ITRW.
Van Rossum, M.A., De Krom, G., Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2002). "Pitch" accent in alaryngeal speech. Journal of speech, language and hearing research, 45, pp. 1106-1118.
Esther Janse, Sieb Nooteboom and Hugo Quené (2003). Word-Level Intelligibility of Time-Compressed Speech: Prosodic and Segmental Factors. Speech Communication 41 (2-3), 286-301.
Sieb G. Nooteboom. Self-monitoring is the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors. In: Proceedings of DiSS'03, Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech Workshop. 5-8 September 2003, Göteborg University, Sweden. Robert Eklund (ed.), Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics 89, ISSN 0349-1021, pp. 25-28.
Sieb Nooteboom (2003). Lexical Bias in Phonological Speech Errors: Phoneme-to-Word Feedback or Output Editing? In: M.J. Solé, D. Recassens and J. Romero (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Barcelona 3-9 Augustus 2003, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, pp. 2249-2252.
S.G. Nooteboom (2005). Listening to one-self: Monitoring speech production. Chapter contributed to an edited volume Phonological encoding and monitoring in normal an pathological speech, eds. R.J. Hartsuiker, Y. Bastiaanse, A. Postma, and F.N.K. Wijnen, pp 167-186.
Sieb G. Nooteboom (2005). Lexical bias revisited: Detecting, rejecting and repairing speech errors in inner speech. Published in Speech Communication 47 (issue: 1-2), 43-58.
S.G. Nooteboom (2005). Lexical bias re-re-visited. Some further data on its possible cause. Proceedings of DiSS'05, Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech Workshop.10-12 September 2005,Aix-en-Provence, France, pp 139-144. On CD-ROM.
Janse, Esther, Nooteboom, Sieb G. & Quené, Hugo (2007). Coping with gradient forms of /t/-deletion and lexical amibiguity in spoken word recognition. Language and Cognitive Processes, 22 (2), 161-200.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2007). The SLIP technique as a window on the mental preparation of speech. Some methodological considerations. In: Experimental Approaches to Phonology. In Honor of John J. Ohala. M.J. Solé, P.S. Beddor and M. Ohala (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 339-350.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2007). Strategies for editing out speech errors in inner speech. In: Jürgen Trouvain and William J. Barry (Eds.) Proceedings of the 16th Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held in Saarbrücken, August 6 - 10, 2007, pp. 1945-1948. URL:
Sieb Nooteboom (2007). Alphabetics: From phonemes to letters or from letters to phonemes? Written Language and Literacy 10:2, 129-143.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2008). Self-Monitoring and Feedback: A new attempt to find the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language 58 (3), 837-861).
Van Rossum, Quené, H. & Nooteboom, S.G. (2008). Prosodic boundaries in alaryngeal speech. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 22(3): 215-231.
Sieb Nooteboom. We schrijven niet wat we zeggen. Of toch een beetje? Published in the journal Nederlandse Taalkunde, jrg 2008, 3, 305-310.
Sieb Nooteboom (2010). Monitoring for speech errors has different functions in inner and overt speech. In: Martin Everaert, Tom Lentz, Hannah De Mulder, Oystein Nilsen (eds.) The Linguistic Enterprise. From Knowledge of Language to Knowledge in Linguistics, 231-234. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
Sieb Nooteboom (2011). Self-monitoring for speech errors in novel phrases and phrasal lexical items. Yearbook of Phraseology 2, 1 - 16.
Sieb Nooteboom (2011). Repairing phonological speech errors in novel phrases and phrasal lexical items. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences XVII, Hong Kong 17-21 August 2011, pp 1510-1513.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2013). Heft lemisphere: Exchanges predominate in segmental speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language 68, 26-38.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2013). ParallelsBetweenSelf-MonitoringAndIdentification. Published digitally.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2013). Selfmonitoring as reflected in identification of misspoken segments. In: Robert Eklund (Ed.) Proceedings of DiSS 2013, the 6th workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, TMH-QPSR 54 (1), pp. 55-57.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2014). Do speakers try to distract attention from their speech errors? In: J. Caspers, Y. Chen, W. Heeren, J. Pacilly, N.O. Schiller and E. van Zanten (Eds.) Aboven and Beyond the Segments. Experimental linguistics and phonetics. pp. 203-229. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing company
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2015). Word onsets and speech errors. Explaining relative frequencies of segmental substitutions. Journal of Memory and Language 78, 33-46.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2015). The word-onset effect: some contradictory findings. Proc. of DiSS 2015, The 7th Workshop on Disfluencies in Spontaneous Speech. Edinburgh, 4 p. Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2015). Word-onsets and stress patterns: Speech errors in a tongue-twister experiment. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, 10-14 Augustus 2015, pp. Published online: <>.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2017). Self-monitoring for speech errors: Two-stage detection and repair with and without auditory feedback. Journal of Memory and Language 95, 19-35.
Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (submitted). Timing ans selective attention in self-monitoring for speech errors. Submitted to the Journal of Memory and Language.