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R. Rose at Waseda Univ.


Forthcoming or in-progress works

  • “Effects of an On-line Peer Feedback Management System in Oral Presentation Instruction”. [latest version]
  • “Preparing Students for External Learning”. [latest version]
  • “What's in a pronoun?”. [latest version]
  • “Discourse Salience and Movement Constructions”. [latest version]

Recent work

  • 2023 Rose, R.L. “Ethical Considerations in the Use of Disfluencies in AI-generated Speech”. In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computer Supported Education - Volume 2, pp. 128–135. [web]
  • 2023 Rose, R. L. “Speech Repairs and Oral Fluency: What Can We Learn from L1 Speech Data?” Oral presentation at 57th RELC International Conference, March 13–15, 2023, Singapore. [Conf site]
  • 2022 Rose, R. L., Orita, N., Sugawara, A. Wang, Q. Evaluation Dataset of Multiple-Choice Cloze Items for Vocabulary Training and Testing. In Proceedings of the 2022 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp/ISWC ’22 Adjunct). ACM, New York, NY, USA. [web]
  • 2022 June. Rose, R., Wang, Q., Orita, N., Sugawara, A. “Issues and concerns in the automatic generation of vocabulary training and testing items”. Poster presentation at JALTCALL, special interest group of the Japan Association for Language Teaching, Japan (virtual).
  • 2022 Mar. Rose, R. “Filled pauses in L1 Japanese and L2 English: Observations from a crosslinguistic speech corpus”. Keynote presentation at LeCycl Workshop, Japan, France, Germany, and Australia (online). [web site]
  • 2021. Watanabe, M., Shirahata, Y., Rose, R., Maekawa, K. “How do speakers pause and hesitate in English and Japanese? -A comparison using parallel corpora of English and Japanese presentation speeches-”. In Proceedings of Oriental COCOSDA, pp. 164-167.
  • 2021 Aug. Rose, R. “Variation in jitter, shimmer, and intensity of filled pauses and their contexts in native and nonnative speech”. Oral presentation at The 10th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS 2021), St. Denis France (virtual).