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The handbook of phonological theory
List of Contributors vii Preface ix 1 Rules v. Constraints 1 David Odden 2 Opacity and Ordering 40 Eric Bakovic' 3 The Interaction Between Morphology and Phonology 68 Sharon Inkelas 4 Quantity 103Expand
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Perceptual Compensation Is Correlated with Individuals' “Autistic” Traits: Implications for Models of Sound Change
Variation is a ubiquitous feature of speech. Listeners must take into account context-induced variation to recover the interlocutor's intended message. When listeners fail to normalize forExpand
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Morpheme-like prosodic functions: Evidence from acoustic analysis and computational modeling
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We explore the idea that prosodic functions, such as focus and sentence modality, are analogous to lexical morphemes, the smallest sound units that carry meaning. Expand
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Phonetic Imitation from an Individual-Difference Perspective: Subjective Attitude, Personality and “Autistic” Traits
Numerous studies have documented the phenomenon of phonetic imitation: the process by which the production patterns of an individual become more similar on some phonetic or acoustic dimension toExpand
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Tonal effects on perceived vowel duration
Cross-linguistically, there is a tendency for vowel duration to be inversely related to the approximate average f0; all else being equal, vowels on low tones are longer than those on high tones,Expand
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Origins of Sound Change: Approaches to Phonologization
PART I: WHAT IS PHONOLOGIZATION 1. Enlarging the Scope of Phonologization 2. Certainty and Expectation in Phonologization and Language PART II: PHONETIC CONSIDERATIONS 3. Phonetic Bias in SoundExpand
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The Phonetics of Sound Change
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The Morphology and Phonology of Infixation
The Morphology and Phonology of Infixation by Alan Chi Lun Yu B.A. (University of California, Berkeley) 1998 M.A. (University of California, Berkeley) 1999 A dissertation submitted in partialExpand
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Effects of Speaker Evaluation on Phonetic Convergence
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We show that the extent of phonetic convergence (and divergence) depends on the speaker’s disposition towards an interlocutor, but not on more “macro” social variables. Expand
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