Production, perception, and emergent phonotactic patterns: A case of contrastive palatalization (review)

@article{Pertsova2007ProductionPA,
  title={Production, perception, and emergent phonotactic patterns: A case of contrastive palatalization (review)},
  author={Katya Pertsova},
  journal={Language},
  year={2007},
  volume={83},
  pages={464 - 464}
}
away from morpheme structure, stress, and vowel quality (but see Section 2.2 on Russian). Before plain consonants (coda) Sequences with all 12 theoretically possible medial combinations of stops are given in (6). In these strings, /p/, /p/, /t/, and /t/ occur before plain labials, coronals, and dorsals. The clusters can be hetero-organic (e.g., pt and pk) or homorganic (e.g., pp). This distribution pattern (Pattern 1) is reported for an eastern Bulgarian dialect (Nova Nadezhda): the contrast… CONTINUE READING

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