prof. dr. Sieb Nooteboom

Publications

Books

Sieb Nooteboom, Fred Weerman & Frank Wijnen (eds.). Storage and Computation in the Language Faculty. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, Dordrecht, 2002 (354 pp).
S.G. Nooteboom & A. Cohen, Spreken en Verstaan. Een nieuwe inleiding tot de experimentele fonetiek. Van Gorcum, Assen, 1984 ( 231 pp).
S.G. Nooteboom & A. Cohen, Spreken en Verstaan. Een inleiding in de experimentele fonetiek. Van Gorcum, Assen, 1976 (163 pp).
A. Cohen & S.G. Nooteboom (editors), Structure and Process in Speech Perception, proceedings of the symposium on dynamic aspects of speech perception held at I.P.O., Eindhoven, Netherlands, August 4-6, 1975. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1975 (353 pp).
S.G. Nooteboom, Production and Perception of Vowel Duration in Dutch: A study of durational properties of vowels in Dutch. Doctor's thesis Utrecht 1972. Also in: Philips Research Reports, 1972, 5 (165 pp).

 

.... - 1969

S.G. Nooteboom (1969) The tongue slips into patterns. In A.Sciarone et al. (eds.), Nomen, Leyden Studies in Linguistics and Phonetics, Mouton, The Hague, 114-132. Ook in V.A.Fromkin (ed.), Speech Errors as linguistic Evidence, Mouton, The Hague (1973) pp. 144-156.
S.G. Nooteboom (1969) Onderzoekingen over het normale lezen: linguïstische aspecten. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Geneeskunde 37, 1628.
S.G. Nooteboom (1969) Hardop lezen als vorm van continu taalgebruik. Forum der Letteren 10, 95 - 107.

1970 - 1979

S.G. Nooteboom (1979) The time course of speech perception. In: W.J. Barry & K. Kohler (eds.) "Time" in the Production and Perception of Speech. Report of an Interdisciplinary Colloquium held in the Phonetics Department of Kiel University, Arbeitsberichte 12, Institut für Phonetik Universität Kiel, 113-151.
S.G. Nooteboom (1979) Perceptual adjustment to speech rate: a case of backward perceptual normalization. In: Anniversaries in Phonetics: Studia Gratulatoria dedicated to Henrik Mol, Institute of Phonetic Sciences, University of Amsterdam, 255-269.
S.G. Nooteboom (1979) More attention for words in speech communication research. In: B. Lindblom & S. Oehman (eds.) Frontiers of Speech Communication Research, Festschrift for Gunnar Fant, Academic Press, London, 203-211.
S.G. Nooteboom (1979) Complex control of simple decisions in the perception of vowel length. In: Proceedings of the IXth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 6-11 August 1979, Institute of Phonetics, University of Copenhagen, Vol. II, 298-304.
S.G. Nooteboom J.P.L. Brokx & J.J. de Rooij (1978) Contributions of prosody to speech perception. In: W.J.M. Levelt & G.B.Flores d'Arcais (red.) Studies in the Perception of Language, Wiley & Sons, New York, 75-107.
Slis, I.H., S.G. Nooteboom, L.F. Willems (1977). Speech synthesis by rule: an overview of a system used in IPO. Hamburger Phonetische Beiträge 22, pp. 161-187.
S.G. Nooteboom (1975) Contextual variation and the perception of phonetic vowel length. Proceedings of the second seminar on speech communication, held in Stockholm, August 1-3, 1974, Almqvist & Wiksell, Stockholm, 149-153.
S.G. Nooteboom (1975) Anticipation in speech production and its implications for perception. In: A. Cohen & S.G. Nooteboom (eds.) Structure and Process in Speech Perception. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 124-145.
S.G. Nooteboom (1975) On the internal auditory representation of syllable nucleus durations. In: G. Fant & M.A.A. Tatham (eds.) Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech. Academic Press, London, 413-430.
S.G. Nooteboom (1975) Chairman's review, Session V. In: G. Fant & M.A.A. Tatham (red.) Auditory Analysis and Perception of Speech. Academic Press, London, 383-386.
S.G. Nooteboom (1974) Book review: P. Ladefoged, Preliminaries to linguistic Phonetics. In: Lingua 34, 253-264.
S.G. Nooteboom (1973) Experimentele bijdragen aan de fonologie. Forum der Letteren 15, 73-99.
S.G. Nooteboom (1973) Spraaksynthese in het fonetisch onderzoek. Informatie 15, 136.
S.G. Nooteboom (1973) The perceptual reality of some prosodic durations. Journal of Phonetics 1, 25-45. 8
S.G. Nooteboom & I.H. Slis(1972) The phonetic feature of vowel length in Dutch. Language and Speech 15, 301-316.
S.G. Nooteboom (1972) Temporal patterns in Dutch. Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held at the University of Montreal 22-28 aug. 1971, Mouton, The Hague, 984-989.
S.G. Nooteboom (1972) Some timing factors in the production and perception of vowels. Occasional Papers, University of Essex nr 13, 49-76.
S.G. Nooteboom (1972) De besturing van spraak: invariante motorcommando's of vaste doelposities? Taalwetenschap in Nederland 1971, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 89-92.
S.G. Nooteboom (1971) Book review: Georg Heike, Sprachliche Kommunikation und linguistische Analyse. In Lingua 27, 282-287.
S.G. Nooteboom (1971) Enkele opmerkingen over de relatie tussen generatieve fonologie en eperimentele fonetiek. Studia Neerlandica 6, 169-178.
S.G. Nooteboom (1971) Over de lengte van korte klinkers, lange klinkers en tweeklanken in het nederlands. Nieuwe Taalgids 64, 396-402.

1980 - 1989

S.G. Nooteboom (1988) Speech coding, synthesis and voice quality. In: "Working Models of human perception" Red. B.A.G. Elsendoorn & H. Bouma. Academic Press, London, 173-181.
J.M.B. Terken & S.G. Nooteboom (1988) Opposite effects of accentuation and deaccentuation on verification latencies for given and new information. Language and cognitive Processes 2, 145-163.
S.G. Nooteboom & M.J. van der Vlugt (1988) A search for a word-beginning superiority effect. Journal of the acoustical Society of America 84 (6), 2018-2032. 6
S.G. Nooteboom & J.G. Kruyt (1987) Accents, focus distribution, and the perceived distribution of given and new information. Journal of the acoustical Society of America, 82(5), 1512-1524.
S.G. Nooteboom (1985) A functional view of prosodic timing in speech. In: J.A.Michon & J.L.Jackson (eds.) Time, Mind and Behavior. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 242-252.
J.G. Kruyt & S.G. Nooteboom (1984) Acceptability of accenting 'new' and 'given' in Dutch. Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. M.P.R. van den Broecke & A. Cohen (eds.), Foris Publications, Dordrecht. 549-553.
S.G. Nooteboom & G.J.N.Doodeman (1984) Speech quality and the gating paradigm. Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. M.P.R. van den Broecke & A.Cohen (eds.), Foris Publications, Dordrecht. 481-485.
J.G.Kruyt & S.G. Nooteboom (1984) Acceptability of accenting 'new' and 'given' in Dutch. In: M.P.R. van den Broecke & A.Cohen (eds.) Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Foris, Dordrecht, 549-553.
S.G. Nooteboom & G.J.N. Doodeman (1984) Speech quality and the gating paradigm. In: M.P.R.Van den Broecke & A.Cohen (eds.) Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Foris, Dordrecht, 481-485.
S.G. Nooteboom (1983) Mens en machine praten nog al eens langs elkaar heen. TNO Project, maandblad voor toegepaste wetenschappen, 413-416.
S.G. Nooteboom (1983) Is speech production controlled by speech perception? In: "Studies for Antonie Cohen. Sound Structures", M. van den Broecke, V. van Heuven, W. Zonneveld (eds.), Foris Publications, Dordrecht, 183-194.
S.G. Nooteboom (1982) Fonetiek op het grensvlak tussen geluid en betekenis. Rede uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van buitengewoon hoogleraar in de Fonetiek aan de Rijksuniversiteit Leiden. E.J. Brill, Leiden (21 pp.)
S.G. Nooteboom & J.M.B. Terken (1982) What makes speakers omit pitch accents? An experiment. Phonetica 39, 317-336.
J.'t Hart, S.G. Nooteboom , L.L.M. Vogten, & L.F. Willems (1982) Manipulaties met spraakgeluid. In: Philips Technisch Tijdschrift 40, no 4, 108-119.
J.P.L. Brokx & S.G. Nooteboom (1982) Intonation and the perceptual separation of simultaneous voices. Journal of Phonetics 10, 23-36.
S.G. Nooteboom (1981) Lexical Retrieval from fragments of spoken words: beginnings versus endings. Journal of Phonetics 9, 407-424.
S.G. Nooteboom (1981) Speech rate and segmental perception or the role of words in phoneme identification. In: T. Myers, J. Anderson & J. Laver (eds.) The cognitive Representation of Speech. North-Holland Publishing Company, Amsterdam, pp. 143-150.
S.G. Nooteboom , T. Kruyt, & J. Terken (1981) What speakers and listeners do with pitch accents: some explorations. Nordic Prosody II, Papers from a Symposium, Tapir, Trondheim, 9-32. 7
S.G. Nooteboom (1980) Speaking and unspeaking: detection and correction of phonological and lexical errors of speech. In: V.A.Fromkin (ed.) Errors in linguistic Performance: Slips of the Tongue, Ear, Pen, and Hand, Academic Press, 87-96.
S.G. Nooteboom & G.J.N. Doodeman (1980) Production and perception of vowel length in spoken sentences. Journal of the acoustical Society of America 67, 276-287.

1990 -1999

S.G. Nooteboom(1999). Sloppiness in uttering stock phrases. In J. Ohala, Y. Hasegawa, M. Ohala, D. Granveille & A. Bailey (eds) Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetics Science, 683-686. Berkeley CA: Department of Linguistics, Univ. of California at Berkeley. On CDROM. 4
S.G. Nooteboom & Meinou van Dijk (1998). Heads and tails in word perception: evidence for 'early-to-late' processing in listening and reading. Proceedings of the International Congress of Spoken Language Processing 1998, Sydney, December 1998.
S.G. Nooteboom (1997) The prosody of speech: melody and rhythm. In: W. J. Hardcastle and J. Laver (eds.), The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences, Basil Blackwell Limited, Oxford, pp. 640-673.
S.G. Nooteboom , A. Cohen & J.H. Eggen (1996) Synthesizing Personal Characteristics of Speech. In: Zdena Palková, (Ed.) Charisteria viro doctissimo Premysl Janota, Charles University, Prague, pp. 191- 206
S.G. Nooteboom (1996) Text and prosody: an overview. In: Jan Pieter Hendrik van Santen, Richard W. Sproat, Joseph P. Olive, Julia Hirschberg (Eds.), "Progress in Speech Synthesis", Springer Verlag, New York, pp. 431-434
S.G. 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.
S.G. Nooteboom (1995) How far do we look ahead while speaking? In: K. Ellenius and Peter Branderud (eds.), Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockhlom 1995, Vol. 4, pp.578-581.
S.G. Nooteboom (1995) Hot topics in the field of speech perception. In: Gerrit Bloothooft, Valerie Hazan, Dieter Huber, Joaquim Llisterri (eds.), European Studies in Phonetics and Speech Communication, OTS Publications, OTS Utrecht, (pp. 71-76).
S.G. Nooteboom & W. Eefting (1994) Evidence for the adaptive nature of speech on the phrase level and below. Phonetica 51, 92-98.
S.G. Nooteboom (1993) Computers, onderzoek en onderwijs in een letterenfaculteit: De fonetiek als onderdeel van de taalwetenschap. Universiteit & Hogeschool, Tijdschrift voor wetenschappelijk onderwijs 39, 251-262.
Cohen & S.G. Nooteboom (1993) A five year research program "Analysis and Synthesis of Speech". In: V.J. van Heuven & L.C.W. Pols (eds.) Analysis and Synthesis of Speech. Strategic Research towards High-Quality Text-to-Speech Generation, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, pp.1-10.
Eefting & S.G. Nooteboom (1993) Accentuation, information value and word duration. In: V.J. van Heuven & L.C.W. Pols (eds.) Analysis and Synthesis of Speech. Strategic Research towards High-Quality Text-to-Speech Generation, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, pp. 225-240.
B. Eggen & S.G. Nooteboom (1993) Speech quality and speaker characteristics. In: V.J. van Heuven & L.C.W. Pols (eds.) Analysis and Synthesis of Speech. Strategic Research towards High-Quality text-to-Speech Generation, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin, New York, pp. 279-288.
B.J.H. Eggen, S.G. Nooteboom, and A.H.M. Houtsma (1992), Contributions of voice-source and vocal-characteristics to speaker identity. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 92, No.4, Pt.2, October 1992, p.2301.
S.G. Nooteboom and W. Eefting (1992) To what extent is speech production controlled by speech perception? Some questions and some experimental evidence. In: Speech 5
Perception, Production and linguistic Structure, edited by Y.Tohkura, E.Vatikiotis-Bateson, and Y.Sagisaka, Tokyo: Ohmsha, Ltd, pp 439-449.
S.G. Nooteboom (1992) Comment on the session "Contextual effects in vowel perception" of the ATR Workshop on Speech Perception and Production, KYOTO december 15 - 16 199O. In: Speech Perception, Production and linguistic Structure, edited by Y.Tohkura, E.Vatikiotis-Bateson, and Y.Sagisaka, Tokyo: Ohmsha, Ltd, pp 83-85.
S.G. Nooteboom (1991) Words are produced in order to be perceived: the listener in the speaker's mind. In Perilus XIV, december 1991, Papers from the symposium "Current Phonetic Research Paradigms: Implications for Speech Motor Control", held in Stockholm, August 13-16, 1991, edited by Olle Engstrand and Catharina Kylander, pp. 149-152.
S.G. Nooteboom and R. van Bezooijen (1991) Five years of coordinated research on text-to-speech conversion for Dutch: an overview. In: Proceedings of the XXth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held in Aix-en-Provence, August 19 - 24, 1991, Vol.3, pp 470-473.
W. Eefting and S.G. Nooteboom (1991) The effect of accentedness and information value on word durations: a production and a perception study. In: Proceedings of the XXIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held in Aix-en-Provence, August 19 - 24, 1991, Vol.3, pp 302-305.
S.G. Nooteboom (1991) Some observations on the temporal organization and rhythm of speech. Invited keynote lecture. In: Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held in Aix-en-Provence, August 19 - 24, 1991, pp 228-237.
S.G. Nooteboom (1991) Perceptual goals of speech production. Invited contribution to the symposium "speech production and levels of representation", In: Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, held in Aix-en-Provence, August 19 - 24, 1991, vol. 1, pp 107-110.
S.G. Nooteboom, P. Scharpff and V.J. van Heuven (1990) Effects of several pausing strategies on the recognizability of words in synthetic speech. In: Proceedings ICSLP 199O (199O International Conference on Spoken Language processing, Kobe, Japan), pp 385-387

2000 - 2009

S.G. 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, 837-861.
S.G. Nooteboom (2007) Alphabetics. From phonemes to letters or from letters to phonemes? Written Language and Literacy 10 : 2_, 129-143.
S.G. 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: http://www.icphs2007.de/.
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2007). The SLIP technique as a window on the mental preparation of speech. Some methodological considerations. In: M.-J. Solé, P. Beddor, & M. Ohala (Eds.) 'Experimental Approaches to Phonology'. In Honor of John J. Ohala. Oxford University Press, pp. 339-350. 3
Janse, Esther., S.G. Nooteboom, Quené, Hugo. (2007). Coping with gradient forms of /t/-deletion and lexical ambiguity in spoken word recognition. Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (2), 161-200.
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.
S.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) Listening to one-self: Monitoring speech production. R.J. Hartsuiker, Y. Bastiaanse, A. Postma, and F.N.K. Wijnen (eds.) "Phonological encoding and monitoring in normal an pathological speech", pp. 167-186.
S.G. 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(2003) Self-monitoring is the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors . In: Robert Eklund (ed.), Proceedings of DiSS'03, Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech Workshop. 5-8 September 2003, Göteborg University, Sweden. Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics 89, ISSN 0349-1021, pp. 25-28.
Esther Janse, S.G. Nooteboom, Hugo Quené (2003). Word-level intelligibility of time-compressed speech:prosodic and segmental factors. Speech Communication 41, 286-301.
Van Rossum, M.A., De Krom, G., Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené (2002). "Pitch" accent in alaryngeal speech. Journal of speech, language and hearing research, 45.
S.G. Nooteboom , Fred Weerman & Frank Wijnen (2002). Minimising or maximising storage? An introduction. In: Sieb Nooteboom, Fred Weerman & Frank Wijnen (eds.), Storage and Computation in the Language Faculty, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics, Dordrecht, pp. 1- 19.
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.
S.G. Nooteboom & Krista Vermeulen (2000). Heads and tails of Dutch spoken words: An experiment on the relative contribution of word beginnings and endings to word recognition. In: Thomas F. Shannon and Johan P. Snapper (eds): "The Berkeley Conference on Dutch linguistics 1997: The Dutch Language at the Milennium", University Press of America, Inc., Lanham, New York, Oxford, pp. 1-19.

2010 - 2019

Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2019). Timing and selective attention in self-monitoring for speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language.
S.G. 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.
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené. (2017). The time course of self-monitoring within words and utterances. Paper presented at the 8th workshop on disfluencies in spontaneous speech, Stockholm, August 19-20:http://www.isca-speech.org/archive/diss_2017/DiSS2017_Proceedings.pdf, pp. 45-48.
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2015). Word onsets and speech errors. Explaining relative frequencies of segmental substitutions. Journal of Memory and Language 78, 33-46.
S.G. 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
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2015). Word-onsets and stress patterns: Speech errors in a tongue-twister experiment. Proceedings of the 18th Internationmal Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, 10-14 Augustus 2015, pp. Published online: <http://www.icphs2015.info/pdfs/Papers/ICPHS0011.pdf>
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2013). Heft lemisphere: Exchanges predominate in segmental speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language 68, 26-38.
S.G. Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2013). Parallels between self-monitoring for speech errors and identification of the misspoken segments. Accepted for publication in the Journal of Memory and Language.
S.G. 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.
S.G. Nooteboom (2011). Self-monitoring of speech errors in novel phrases and phrasal lexical items. Yearbook of Phraseology 2, 1 - 16.
Sieb Nooteboom (2010). Monitoring for speech errors has different functions in inner and overt speech. Martin Everaerts, Tom Lentz, Hannah de Mulder, Oystein Nilsen and Arjen Zondervan (Eds.) The Linguistic Enterprise: From Knowledge of Language to Knowledge in  Linguistics. (PP. 213-234), Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

2020 - ....

Sieb Nooteboom & Hugo Quené (2020). Repairing speech errors: Competition as a source of repairs. Journal of Memory and Language.

Contributions

Contributions to IPO Annual Progress Report, Institute for Perception Research, Eindhoven

S.G. Nooteboom 1987 Developments. IPOAPR 22, 13-14.
S.G. Nooteboom 1986 Developments. IPOAPR 21, 11-13.
S.G. Nooteboom & M.J. van der Vlugt 1983 Prefixes versus suffixes: a search for a word-beginning superiority effect in word recogntion from degraded speech. IPOAPR 20, 43 - 52.
S.G. Nooteboom 1985 Developments. IPOAPR 20, 11-13.
S.G. Nooteboom 1984 Developments. IPOAPR 19, 11-13.
S.G. Nooteboom 1983 The temporal organisation of speech and the process of spoken-word recognition. IPOAPR 18, 32- 36.
S.G. Nooteboom 1983 Developments. IPOAPR 18, 11-13.
S.G. Nooteboom & G.J.N. Doodeman 1982 Speech quality and word recogntion from fragments of spoken words. IPOAPR 17, 46-50.
S.G. Nooteboom 1981 Developments. IPOAPR 17, 39-40.
S.G. Nooteboom 1981 Developments. IPOAPR 16, 13-14.
S.G. Nooteboom & P.J.M. Truin 1980 The recognition of fragments of spoken words by native and non-native listeners. IPOAPR 15, 42-47.
S.G. Nooteboom 1980 Developments. IPOAPR 15, 11. J.P.L. Brokx,
S.G. Nooteboom & A. Cohen 1979 Pitch differences and the intelligibility of speech masked by speech. IPOAPR 14, 55-60.
H. Duifhuis &
S.G. Nooteboom
1979 Developments. IPOAPR 14, 11.
H.F. Muller,
S.G. Nooteboom, &
L.F. Willems
1977 An experimental system for man-machine communication by means of speech. IPOAPR 12, 41-46.
H. Duifhuis &
S.G. Nooteboom
1978 Developments. IPOAPR 13, 11.
S.G. Nooteboom, J.P.L. Brokx &
J.J. de Rooij
1976 Contributions of prosody to speech perception. IPOAPR 11, 34-55.
A. Cohen &
S.G. Nooteboom
1975 A symposium on dynamic aspects of speech perception, IPO, August 1975. IPOAPR 10, 45-47.
S.G. Nooteboom, J.P. Brokx, G.J.N. Doodeman, Th.A. de Jong, J.'t Hart, A.F.V. van Katwijk, J.J.de Rooij, I.H. Slis, & L.F. Willems 1975 Research on speech perception in the IPO 1975. IPOAPR 10, 25-26.
S.G. Nooteboom 1974 Some context effects in phonemic categorization of vowel duration. IPOAPR 9, 47-55.
S.G. Nooteboom, J.P.M. Eggermont., J.'t Hart, A., F.V. van Katwijk, & I.H. Slis 1974 Time in speech perception. IPOAPR 9, 39-46.
S.G. Nooteboom, I.H. Slis &
L.F. Willems
1973 Speech synthesis by rule; why, what, and how? IPOAPR 9, 3-13.
S.G. Nooteboom 1972 The interaction of some intra-syllable and extra-syllable factors acting on syllable nucleus durations. IPOAPR 7, 30-39.
S.G. Nooteboom 1972 A brief survey of some investigations into the temporal organisation of speech. IPOAPR 7, 17-29.
S.G. Nooteboom 1971 Whistling rhythmic patterns of speech. IPOAPR 6, 37-40.
S.G. Nooteboom 1970 Measurements on the movement of the lower jaw in speech. IPOAPR 5, 59- 64.
S.G. Nooteboom &
I.H. Slis
1970 A note on the degree of opening and the duration of vowels in normal and 'pipe' speech,. IPOAPR 5, 55-58.
S.G. Nooteboom 1970 The target theory of speech production. IPOAPR 5, 51-55.
S.G. Nooteboom & I.H. Slis 1969 A note on rate of speech. IPOAPR 4, 58-60.
S.G. Nooteboom & I.H. Slis 1969 Timing in Dutch stressed words. IPOAPR 4, 52-57.
I.H. Slis &
S.G. Nooteboom
1969 Articulatory timing in Dutch stressed words. IPOAPR 4, 52-57.
S.G. Nooteboom & J. Eggermont 1969 Syllable-timing or stress-timing in Dutch? IPOAPR 4, 41-43. 10
H. Bouma & S.G. Nooteboom 1968 On reading letters and random letter combinations from a relatively long distance.IPOAPR 3, 89-94.
S.G. Nooteboom 1968 Perceptual confusions among Dutch vowels presented in noise. IPOAPR 3, 68-71.
S.G. Nooteboom & H. Bouma 1968 On reading nonsense syllables, whole words, and coherent text from a relatively long distance. IPOAPR 3, 47-54.
S.G. Nooteboom & F.W. Zonneveld 1967 On differences between prevocalic and postvocalic consonants. IPOAPR 2, 92-93.
S.G. Nooteboom 1967 Some regularities in phonemic speech errors. IPOAPR 2, 65-70