Benjamin V. Tucker

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In Progress:  
Rebekka Puderbaugh (PhD: University of Alberta, co-supervised with David Beck)
Abdulaziz Alarifi (PhD: University of Alberta
Yoichi Mukai (PhD: University of Alberta, co-supervised with Juhani Järvikivi)
Graham Feeny (MSc: University of Alberta, co-supervised with Juhani Järvikivi)
Matthew Kelley (MSc: University of Alberta)
Filip Nenadic (PhD: University of Alberta, co-supervised with Petar Milin)
Catherine Ford (MSc: University of Alberta)

Completed:  
Michelle Sims (MSc: 2010, PhD: 2016, University of Alberta)
Thesis: The Role of Acoustic Detail in the Production and Processing of Vowels in Spontaneous Speech
Kyle Danielson (MSc: 2012, University of Alberta)
Richard Yanaky (MSc: 2013, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Robert Kirchner)
Ryan Podlubny (MSc: 2014, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Terrance Nearey)
Santiago Barreda

(PhD: 2013, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Terrance Nearey)
Thesis: Cognitively-Active Speaker Normalization Based on Formant-Frequency Scaling Estimation

Philip Dilts

(PhD: 2013, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Harald Baayen)
Thesis: Modelling phonetic reduction in a corpus of spoken English using Random Forests and Mixed-Effects Regression

Hiển Phạm (PhD: 2014, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Harald Baayen)
Thesis: Visual processing of Vietnamese compound words: A multivariate analysis using corpus linguistic and psycholinguistic paradigms
Vincent Porretta (PhD: 2015, University of Alberta, co-supervised with Juhani Järvikivi)
Thesis: Perception and lexical processing of gradient foreign accentedness