prof. dr. Sieb Nooteboom
S.G.Nooteboom@uu.nl
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Prof. dr. Sieb Nooteboom is emeritus professor Phonetics.  His research interest focusses on mental processes of speech production and perception, in particular self-monitoring of internal and overt speech.

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All publications
  2017 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (20.08.2017). The time course of self-monitoring within words and utterances. In Robert Eklund & Ralph Rose (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th workshop on disfluencies in spontaneous speech (pp. 45-48) (4 p.). Stockholm: KTH.
  2015 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (09.08.2015). The word-onset effect: some contradictory findings. Proceedings of Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech 2015
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H (2015). Word onsets and speech errors - Explaining relative frequencies of segmental substitutions. Journal of Memory and Language, 78, (pp. 33-46) (14 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2015). Word-onsets and stress patterns: speech errors in a tongue-twister experiment. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences
  2014 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H (2014). Do speakers try to distract attention from their speech errors? The prosody of self-repairs. In Johanneke Caspers, Yiya Chen, Willemijn Heeren, Jos Pacilly, Niels O. Schiller & Ellen van Zanten (Eds.), Above and Beyond the Segments - Experimental linguistics and phonetics (pp. 203) (217 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  2013 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2013). Heft Lemisphere: Exchanges predominate in segmental speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language, 68 (1), (pp. 26-38) (13 p.). Highlights: ► Overt segmental exchanges are often less frequent than anticipations and perseverations. ► It is hypothesized that in inner speech exchanges are more frequent. ► This hypothesis is tested experimentally and confirmed. ► It is concluded that exchanges are more often filtered out by self-monitoring. ► Response times suggest that segments in inner speech can be ambiguous between correct and erroneous. Keywords: Speech errors; Speech planning; Self-monitoring; Inner speech; Scan-copier.
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2013). Parallels between self-monitoring for speech errors and identification of the misspoken segments. Journal of Memory and Language, 69 (3), (pp. 417-428) (12 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (20.08.2013). Self-monitoring as reflected in identification of misspoken segments. In R. Eklund (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS 2013) (pp. 55-57) (3 p.). Stockholm: KTH, 6th workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech (DiSS 2013).
  2013 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (21.08.2013) Member of the programme committee of the 6th workshop on Disfluency in spontaneous speech
S.G. Nooteboom (20.03.2013) Parallels between self-monitoring for speech errors and identification of the misspoken segments
S.G. Nooteboom (21.08.2013) Selfmonitoring as reflected in identification of misspoken segments
  2012 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (13.12.2012) Parallellen tussen zelfbewaking bij het spreken en identificatie van spraaksegmenten door luisteraars
  2011 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (17.08.2011). Repairing Phonological Speech Errors in Novel Phrases and Phrasal Lexical Items. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences XVII (pp. 1510-1513) (4 p.). Hong Kong, Congress of Phonetic Sciences XVII.
Nooteboom, S.G. (2011). Self-monitoring of speech errors in novel phrases and phrasal lexical items. Yearbook of Phraseology (pp. 1-16) (16 p.).
  2010 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (2010). Monitoring for speech errors has different functions in inner and overt speech. In M. Everaert, T. Lentz, H. De Mulder & O Nilsen (Eds.), The Linguistic Enterprise. From Knowledge of Language to Knowledge in Linguistics. (pp. 231-234) (4 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  2009 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (04.12.2009) Monitoring inner and overt speech for speech errors
  2008 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (2008). Alphabetics. From phonemes to letters or from letters to phonemes?. Written Language and Literacy, 10 (2), (pp. 129-143) (15 p.).
van Rossum, M.A., Quené, H. & Nooteboom, S.G. (2008). Prosodic boundaries in alaryngeal speech. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 22 (3), (pp. 215-231) (17 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2008). Self-monitoring and feedback - A new attempt to find the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language, 58, (pp. 837-861) (24 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2008). Self-monitoring versus feedback: A new attempt to find the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors. Journal of Memory and Language, 58 (3), (pp. 837-861) (25 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. (2008). We schrijven niet wat we zeggen. Of toch een beetje?. Nederlandse taalkunde, 13 (3), (pp. 305-310) (6 p.).
  2007 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2007). Strategies for editing out speech errors in inner speech. In J Trouvain & B Barry (Eds.), Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbruecken 6-10 August 2007 (pp. 1945-1948) (4 p.). Saarbruecken: University of Saarbruecken, Germany.
Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2007). The SLIP Technique as a window on the Mental Preparation of Speech: Some Methodological Considerations. In M.J. Solé, P.S. Beddor & M. Ohala (Eds.), Experimental Approaches to Phonology. (pp. 339-350) (12 p.). Oxford University Press.
  2007 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (01.01.2007) Adviescommissie NWO-programma Grote Investeringen
  2006 - Scholarly publications
Janse, E., Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2006). Coping with gradient forms of /t/-deletion and lexical ambiguity in spoken word recognition. Language and Cognitive Processes, 22 (2), (pp. 161-200) (40 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G. (2006). The prosody of speech: melody and rhythm. In W.J. Hardcastle & J. Laver (Eds.), The Handbook of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 640-673) (34 p.). Oxford: Basil Blackwell Limited.
  2005 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (2005). Lexical bias re-re-visited. Some further data on its possible cause. In J. Véronis & E. Campione (Eds.), Proceedings Workshop on Dysfluencies in Spontaneous Speech (pp. M-N). Aix-en-Provence: Université de Aix-en-Provence.
Nooteboom, S.G. (2005). Lexical bias revisited: Detecting, rejecting and repairing speech errors in inner speech. Speech Communication, 47 (47), (pp. 43-58) (16 p.). URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6V1C-4FVH1N9-2&_user=3021498&_handle=V-WA-A-W-WA-MsSAYZA-UUA-U-AABEBYCYDU-AABZEZZZDU-CDDBWWBBW-WA-U&_fmt=full&_coverDate=10%2F31%2F2005&_rdoc=7&_orig=browse&_srch=%23toc%235671%232005%23999529998%23605157!&_cdi=5671&view=c&_acct=C000021878&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=3021498&md5=6a42bc0807949c249fe3b2fed47f833f.
Nooteboom, S.G. (2005). Listening to oneself: Monitoring speech production. In R.J. Hartsuiker, R. Bastiaanse, A. Postma & F. Wijnen (Eds.), Phonological Encoding and Monitoring in Normal and pathological Speech (pp. 167-186) (20 p.). Hove and New York: Psychology Press; Taylor & Francis Group.
  2005 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (06.09.2005) A major source of lexical bias: secondary speech errors
S.G. Nooteboom (10.09.2005) Lexical bias re-revisited: Some further data on its possible cause
  2004 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (2004). Waar komen de letters van het alfabet vandaan?. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, Faculteit Letteren.
  2004 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (24.06.2004) Phoneme-to-word feedback, lexical bias, and self-monitoring of inner and overt speech
S.G. Nooteboom (23.04.2004) Waar komen de letters van het alfabet vandaan?
  2003 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (2003). Lexical Bias in Phonological Speech Errors: Phoneme-to-Word Feedback or Output Editing?. In M.J. Solé (Eds.), Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 2249-2252) (4 p.). Barcelona: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Nooteboom, S.G. (2003). Self-monitoring is the main cause of lexical bias in phonological speech errors. In R. Eklund (Eds.), Proceedings of DiSS�03, Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech Workshop. 5�8 September 2003 (pp. 25-28) (4 p.). Gothenburg: Gothenburg University, Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Ling.
Janse, E., Nooteboom, S.G. & Quené, H. (2003). Word-level intelligibility of time-compressed speech: Prosodic and segmental factors. Speech Communication, 41 (2-3), (pp. 287-301) (15 p.).
  2002 - Scholarly publications
Cohan, J.B., Quené, H., Kager, R.W.J. & Nooteboom, S.G. (2002). Heavy constituent extraposition: evidence for parallel processing. In M. Hirotani (Eds.), Proceedings of NELS Amherst, Mass., USA: GLSA.
Nooteboom, S.G., Weerman, F.P. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2002). Minimising or maximising storage? An introduction. In S.G. Nooteboom, F.P. Weerman & F.N.K. Wijnen (Eds.), Storage and Computation in the Language Faculty (pp. 1-19) (19 p.). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academis Publishers.
Nooteboom, S.G., van Rossum, M.A., de Krom, G. & Quené, H. (2002). 'Pitch' accent in alaryngeal speech. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 45, (pp. 1106-1118) (13 p.).
Nooteboom, S.G., Weerman, F.P. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2002). Storage and computation in the language faculty. (206 p.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Nooteboom, S.G., Weerman, F.P. & Wijnen, F.N.K. (2002). Storage and Computation in the Language Faculty. (354 p.). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academis Publishers.
  2001 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (05.07.2001) Coördinator of Prosody in Processing
S.G. Nooteboom (29.08.2001) Different sources of lexical bias and overt self-corrections
S.G. Nooteboom (19.10.2001) Heavy constituent extraposition: experimental evidence for parallel processing
  2000 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & Vermeulen, K. (2000). Heads and tails of Dutch spoken words: An experiment on the relative contribution of word beginnings and endings to word recognition. In T.F. Shannon & J.P. Snapper (Eds.), The Berkeley Conference on Dutch linguistics 1997: The Dutch Language at the Milennium (pp. 1-19) (20 p.). Lanham, New York, Oxford: University Press of America, Inc.
Janse, E., Nooteboom, S.G., Quené, H. & te Riele, S.M.M. (2000). Multiple activation and early context effects. In A. Cutler, J.M. McQueen & R. Zondervan (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Spoken Word Access Processes (pp. 15-18) (4 p.). Nijmegen.
Nooteboom, S.G., Wijnen, F.N.K. & Weerman, F.P. (2000). Storage and computation in the language faculty. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Press, volume editor; edited volume voor Kluwer Academic Press, in the Series in Theoretical Psycholinguistics.
  2000 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (01.03.2000) Errors of speech: Lexicon, speech preparation, and monitoring
S.G. Nooteboom (01.05.2000) Multiple activation and early context effects
S.G. Nooteboom (29.06.2000) Speaking time: planning of speech as revealed by slips of the dutch-speaking mind
  1999 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. (1999). Sloppiness in uttering stock phrases. In J. Ohala (Eds.), Proceedings of the XIV International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS '99) [CD-rom] (4 p.). San Francisco: American Institute of Physics.
  1999 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom (03.08.1999) Sloppiness in uttering stock phrases
  1998 - Scholarly publications
Nooteboom, S.G. & van Dijk, M.S. (1998). Heads and tails in word perception: evidence for ‘early-to-late’ processing of missing information in listening and reading. Proceedings of International congress of spoken language processing, Sydney, december 1st - 4th (cd rom) Rundle Mall: Causal productions, South Australia, International congress of spoken language processing, Sydney.
Nooteboom, S.G. (1998). Woorden in de wachtkamer. In E. Blom & A. Jansen (Eds.), Tijdperk Taal! 10 jaar Linguistiek in Utrecht (pp. 92-104) (13 p.). 's Gravenhage: Holland Academic Graphics.
  1998 - Other output
Nooteboom, S.G. (19.10.1998). Chairman of Utrecht Congress on Storage and Computation in Linguistics, Utecht, October 1998. Utrecht Congress on Storage and Computation in Linguistics.
S.G. Nooteboom (01.12.1998) HEADS AND TAILS IN WORD PERCEPTION: EVIDENCE FOR 'EARLY-TO-LATE' PROCESSING OF MISSING INFORMATION IN LISTENING AND READING
  0 - Other output
S.G. Nooteboom () Listening to oneself: Monitoring speech production
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
S.G. Nooteboom () Stem- Spraak- & Taalpathologie
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Room 1.01-1
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The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 30 253 6060
Phone number (department) +31 30 253 6006

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