Georges De Schutter

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The work in this thesis has been carried out under the auspices of the Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences (BCN) research school, Groningen. Acknowledgements This thesis is attributed to exactly one author as can be seen on both the cover and the title pages. The author is the one who is responsible for the content. But it should be emphasized that many(More)
The current paper reports on a study which fits in a larger investigation on variability in the pronunciation of Standard Dutch, as spoken in the Netherlands and the Flemish part of Belgium. In particular, it deals with the factors that determine the possible insertion of a schwa in specific consonant clusters at the end of words. Our study reveals that the(More)
This paper addresses the question whether a morphological boundary affects the position of a syllable boundary in young children's intuitive syllabifications of words. Bisyllabic words where a single intervocalic consonant is at the same time the final phoneme of the word stem are the ideal domain for studying the interaction of phonological and(More)
The goal of this paper is to answer the following questions: (i) Is ONE insertion in these varieties of Dutch the same phenomenon as in English? (ii) Why and under which circumstances does ONE insertion occur? (iii) How can cross-linguistic variation in ONE insertion be explained? (iv) What is the locus of variation in ONE insertion, i.e. which level of the(More)
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