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  • Diane Ohala: Tuesdays, 1-3 PM (ID: 391-204-212)
  • Amber Lubera: Wednesdays, 9-11 AM (ID: 956-785-885), and Thursdays, 11-1 AM (ID: 610-365-132)
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Douglass Phonetics Laboratory

The phonetics lab in the Douglass Building is outfitted for research and teaching in articulatory phonetics, acoustic phonetics, speech perception, psycholinguistics, and speech technology.  The lab is located in rooms 316, 318A, B, C, and D of the Douglass Building (South half of the third floor), and also shares some space (314 Douglass) with the SPAM Lab.  The lab is used by Natasha Warner’s classes, and also by students and faculty of the Linguistics Department and related areas.  If you would like to use the lab, or have questions about it, please contact Natasha Warner at nwarner@u.arizona.edu.