Eva Reinisch


My research interests cover a large variety of issues in spoken-language processing. Among others they concern signal-driven context effects on spoken-word recognition, organization of the mental lexicon, use of acoustic cues in native and non-native language processing, and the influence of foreign accent and dialect in spoken word recognition. I use perceptual adaptation paradigms to study the grain size of the units that we may use for speech perception. In my ongoing projects I study the perception-production link in native and non-native languages.

Since October 2019 I am head of the Acoustic Phonetics Group at the Acoustics Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

Since 2018 I am Associate Editor at Laboratory Phonology.

Since April 2015 I am leading an Emmy Noether Research Group at the Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich. The title of our project is "The impact of auditory feedback on error monitoring and phonetic category representation in a second language." In February 2019 the two PhD students who collaborated in this project successuflly defended their theses.


Institute of of Phonetics and Speech Processing, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich
Schellingstr. 3, 80799 Munich, Germany
evarei AT phonetik DOT uni-muenchen DOT de

Acoustics Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Wohllebengasse 12-14, 1040 Vienna, Austria
ereinisch AT kfs DOT oeaw DOT ac DOT at