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Dr. Irena Yanushevskaya

Assistant Professor (C.L.C.S.)

 


  ACOUSTICS   Emotion in Speech   LINGUISTICS   Speech and Language Technology   SPEECH PROSODY   Voice
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Associate Editor 'Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics'
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Fluent Medium Medium
Italian Fluent Medium Medium
Russian Fluent Fluent Fluent
Spanish Fluent Medium Medium
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International Phonetic Association
International Association of Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics
Irish Federation of University Teachers
ISCA - International Speech Communication Association
Irish Research Staff Association
O'Donnell, N. & Yanushevskaya, I., Establishing Cepstral Peak Prominence (CPP) normative data for young adults in Ireland: the impact of gender, speech task and recording conditions, ICPLA 2023, Salzburg, Austria, July 4-7, 2023, 2023, Conference Paper, PRESENTED  TARA - Full Text
O'Regan, S & Yanushevskaya, I., Cepstral peak prominence in normophonic adults: the effect of gender and speech task segmental composition, ICPhS, Prague, Czech Republic, August 7-11, 2023, 2023, pp1826 - 1830, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
O'Donnell, Niamh, Yanushevskaya, Irena, Establishing Cepstral Peak Prominence (CPP) normative data for young adults in Ireland: the impact of gender, speech task and recording conditions, ICPLA 2023, Salzburg, Austria, July 4th-7th, 2023, 2023, pp1 , Poster, PRESENTED  TARA - Full Text
Murphy, A., Yanushevskaya, I., Ní Chasaide, A., Gobl, C., Affect Expression: Global and Local Control of Voice Source Parameters, Speech Prosody, Lisbon, Portugal, May 23-May 28 2022, 2022, pp1 - 5, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Yanushevskaya, I., Murphy, A., Gobl, C., Ní Chasaide, A., Global waveshape parameter Rd in signaling focal prominence: Perceptual salience in the absence of f0 variation, Frontiers in Communication, 2022, p1-23 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Murphy, A., Yanushevskaya, I., Ní Chasaide, A., Gobl, C., Integrating a voice analysis-synthesis system with a TTS framework for controlling affect and speaker identity, 2021 32nd Irish Signals and Systems Conference (ISSC), Athlone, Ireland, 10-11 June 2021, 2021, pp1 - 6, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Shaw, Á. and Yanushevskaya, I., Students' views and experiences of the training and use of phonetic transcription in speech and language therapy - the Irish perspective, Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 2021, p1 - 16, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Shaw, Á., & Yanushevskaya, I., Shaw, Á., & Yanushevskaya, I. (2021). Students' views and experiences of the training and use of phonetic transcription in speech and language therapy: the Irish perspective [poster]. ICPLA 2021, Glasgow, UK., ICPLA 2021, Glasgow, UK, 2021, 2021, Poster, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Murphy, A., Yanushevskaya, I., Ní Chasaide, A., Gobl, C., Testing the GlórCáil system in a speaker and affect voice transformation task, Speech Prosody 2020, Tokyo, Japan, May 25-28, 2020, 2020, pp950 - 954, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  DOI
Chiat, S., Poli enská, K., Yanushevskaya, I., Antonijevic, S., 'Crosslinguistic Nonword Repetition Test (CL-NWR) Stimuli', https://www.bi-sli.org, 2020, -, Digital research resource production, PUBLISHED  URL
  

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Award Date
FAHSS Research Fellows Award 2022
HRB Summer Student Scholarship (as mentor) 2023
Trinity College Dublin 1 year Postgraduate Studentship 2007
Trinity College Dublin Postgraduate Studentship (1252) 2003-2006
I am an expert phonetician. My research concerns the role of the voice source in speech communication, in particular voice source dynamics in the signalling of linguistic prosody (e.g., prominence, accentuation, deaccentuation) and in the signalling of emotion and affect. I have worked on the development of robust tools for voice analysis. I have a strong interest in clinical applications of phonetic sciences.