Summary of the HomeBank Project:
VanDam, M., Warlaumont, A. S., Bergelson, E., Cristia, A., Soderstrom,
M., Palma, P. D., & MacWhinney, B. (2016). HomeBank: An online
repository of daylong child-centered audio recordings. Seminars in
Speech and Language, 37(2), 128-142. doi:10.1055/s-0036-1580745
Classifying child vs. adult speakers:
VanDam M, Silbert NH (2016) Fidelity of Automatic Speech Processing for
Adult and Child Talker Classifications. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0160588.
Fundamental frequency classification:
De Palma, P., & VanDam, M. (2017). Using automatic speech processing to
analyze fundamental frequency of child-directed speech stored in a very
large audio corpus. IEEE Proceedings of the Joint 17th World Congress
of International Fuzzy Systems Association and 9th International
Conference on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems (IFSA-SCIS 2017),
Otsu, Japan, June 27-30, 2017.
Metze, F., Riebling, E., Warlaumont, A. S., & Bergelson, E. (2016).
Virtual machines and containers as a platform for experimentation. Paper
presented at the Cognitive Science, Philadelphia, PA.
Presentations and posters based on HomeBank
Questions in hard-of-hearing:
Carns, K. J. (2015). Question Exposure and Production in Preschoolers
Who are Hard-of-Hearing. Unpublished master’s thesis, Washington State
Matalone, Hannah, Stoddard, Casey, Bookhout, Tracy, and
Carns, Kellie (2015). Transcription reliability of hard-of-hearing and
GitHub for HomeBank:
Pretzer, G. M., Warlaumont, A. S., VanDam, M., MacWhinney, B., & Reding,
C. J. (2016, November). HomeBank: A resource for sharing daylong audio
recordings from children and families. Poster presented at the American
Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.
Fidelity of automatic coding:
VanDam, Mark, De Palma, Paul, and Silbert Noah.
(2016). Fidelity of automatically coded family speech of meoths, fathers, and
30-month-old children with and without hearing loss. ICIS 2o16, New Orleans, LA.
VanDam, M., & Tully, T. (May, 2016). Quantity of mothers’ and fathers’
speech to sons and daughters. Talk presented at the special session
Gender Effects in Speech Production and Perception at the 171st Meeting
of the Acoustical Society of America, Salt Lake City, UT.