Name: Chutamanee Onsuwan
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Academic position: Instructor
Contact details: (02) 613-2584 (office number)
consuwan@tu.ac.th , consuwan@hotmail.com (e-mail)
Qualifications: Ph.D. (Linguistics), University of Michigan
M.A. (Linguistics), University of Michigan
B.A. (First Class Honors, French), Thammasat University
Areas of specialization: Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics, Phonology, and Psycholinguistics
Selected work and publications: 
Articles 1. (2003) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Perception of prenasalized stops.” Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetics Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
2. (2002) (with Beddor, P.S. and Lesotho, R.M.) “Segmental and coarticulatory timing in
Ikalanga prenasalization stops.” Proceedings of the 143th Meeting Acoustical
Society of America, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2365.
3. (2001) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Acoustic study of vowel nasalization in Thai.” Proceedings of
the 141th Meeting Acoustical Society of America, Chicago, Illinois, 2474.
4. (2000) “Temporal relations between Thai initial stops and vowels: acoustic and
perceptual studies.” Papers from the 10th Annual Meeting of the Southeast
Asian Linguistics Society, Tempe, Arizona State University, 271-283.
5. (1998) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Acoustic and perceptual effects of vowel length on voice
onset time in Thai stops.” In Kuhl and Crum (eds.), Proceedings of the 16th
International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting Acoustical Society of
America, Seattle, Washington, 2943-2944.
Conference Presentations 1. (2004) “Vowel Nasalization in Thai: Acoustic and Perceptual Studies”. SEALS 14, Bangkok, Thailand.
2. (2003) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Perception of prenasalized stops.” 15th International
Congress of Phonetics Sciences, Barcelona, Spain.
3. (2002) (with Beddor, P.S. and Lesotho, R.) “Segmental and coarticulatory timing in
Ikalanga prenasalization stops.” 143rd Meeting of the Acoustic Society of
America, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
4. (2001) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Acoustic study of vowel nasalization in Thai.” 141th Meeting
of the Acoustical Society of America, Chicago, Illinois.
5. (2000) “Temporal relations between Thai initial stops and vowels: acoustic and
perceptual studies” 10th Annual Southeast Asian Linguistics Conference,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
6. (1998) (with Beddor, P.S.) “Acoustic and perceptual effects of vowel length on voice
onset time in Thai stops.” 16th Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting of the
Acoustical Society of America, Seattle, Washington.
7. (1997) “Effects of vowel length on VOT in Thai: acoustic and perceptual studies.” 3rd
Mid-Continental Workshop on Phonology, Indiana University, Bloomington,
Indiana.