Robert Mayr

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  • Georg Brandmayr D I P L O M A R B E I T, Fachhochschul-Diplomstudiengang, Wien, Univ, Markus Rupp, Dipl Ing +9 others
  • 2005
All our science, measured against reality, is primitive and childlike — and yet it is the most precious thing we have. iv Acknowledgements It is a pleasure to thank the many people making this thesis possible. First of all my gratitude goes to my supervisors Dr. Markus Rupp, Ger-hard Humer and Dr. Thomas Müller. Without Markus Rupp this thesis wouldn't(More)
This study provides the first systematic account of word-final cluster acquisition in bilingual children. To this end, forty Welsh-English bilingual children differing in language dominance and age (2;6 to 5;0) participated in a picture-naming task in English and Welsh. The results revealed significant age and dominance effects on cluster acquisition, with(More)
Descriptive accounts of Welsh vowels indicate systematic differences between Northern and Southern varieties. Few studies have, however, attempted to verify these claims instrumentally, and little is known about regional variation in Welsh vowel systems. The present study aims to provide a first preliminary analysis of the acoustic properties of Welsh(More)
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