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Alicia Janz

Institut für Linguistik - Phonetik
Herbert-Lewin-Str. 6
D-50931 Köln

E-Mail: alicia.janz@uni-koeln.de
Telefon: (+49) 0221 - 470 7047
Fax: (+49) 0221 - 470 5938


Wehrle, Simon, Francesco Cangemi, Alicia Janz, Kai Vogeley, Martine Grice (2023). Turn-timing in conversations between autistic adults: typical short-gap transitions are preferred, but not produced instantly. PLOS ONE

Janz, Alicia, Simona Sbranna, Simon Wehrle & Martine Grice. The effect of conversational setting on backchannel feedback. Oral presentation. 45. Jahrestagung der DGfS. March 2023, Cologne (Germany)

Janz, Alicia, Simon Wehrle, Simona Sbranna and Martine Grice (2022).The lexical and intonational realisation of backchannels is less constrained in spontaneous than task-based conversation. Oral presentation, 4th International symposium on Applied Phonetics, Lund (Sweden)

Spaniol, Malin, Alicia Janz, Mathis Jording, Kai Vogeley (2022). The relation between gaze and turn-taking in dyadic avatar-mediated conversations. Poster presentation, presenting author, 15th biannual conference of the German society for cognitive science, KogWiss 2022, Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany)

Janz, Alicia, Simon Wehrle & Simona Sbranna (2022). Making conversation work: Prominence in the intonation of feedback signals. Poster presentation, 3rd Conference Prominence in Language, June 2022, Cologne (Germany).

Janz, Alicia, Simon Wehrle & Martine Grice (2020). Effects of unexpectedness on turn-transitions in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Poster presentation (online), International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), 12-18 December 2020.

To appear:

Cangemi, Francesco, Martine Grice, Alicia Janz, Valeria Lucarini, Malin Spaniol & Kai Vogeley. (under review). Content-free speech activity records: interviews with people with schizophrenia. Language Resources and Evaluation.

Spaniol, Malin, Alicia Janz, Simon Wehrle, Martine Grice & Kai Vogeley (accepted for presentation as poster). Investigating the relation between backchannels and gaze in dyadic conversation: A multimodal approach. Symposium Series on Multimodal Communication. 27.-28. April, Barcelona  (Spain)

Janz, Alicia, Simon Wehrle & Martine Grice (accepted for presentation as poster). Response tokens in the lab and in the wild: Evidence from task-based and spontaneous conversations. Phonetics and Phonology in Europe 2023. 02.-04. June, Nijmegen (Netherlands)

Spaniol, Malin, Alicia Janz, Simon Wehrle, Martine Grice & Kai Vogeley (accepted). Signalling listener intentions: the interplay of feedback tokens and gaze. ICPhS 2023 Prague



2019 - ongoing

  • Summer term: Übung Phonetik & Phonologie I (with Lena Pagel/ Katinka Wüllner)


  • Winter term: Tutorium Phonetik & Phonologie II (with Henrik Niemann)
  • Winter term: Seminar Gesten und Segmente (with Henrik Niemann)