The Annual Report is a collection of research papers that we compile throughout the year as a record of our activity for ourselves, and for our colleagues at other institutions who may wish to see advance copies of work that is in progress at Berkeley.

2016 Annual Report

Preface i
Keith Johnson
The Berkeley Phonetic Machine 1-4
Ronald Sprouse & Keith Johnson
Presented at Interspeech, San Francisco, 2016
Context, Predictability and Phonetic Attention 5-53
Jonathan Manker
Social and Structural Constraints on a Phonetically-Motivated Change in Progress: (str) Retraction in Raleigh, NC 54-63
Eric Wilbanks
"Many to One" in the Articulation to Acoustic Map 64-70
Keith Johnson & Sarah Bakst
On Reconstructing Tone in Proto-Niger-Congo 71-82
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the 2nd International Conference "Towards Proto-Niger-Congo: Comparison and Reconstruction", Paris, Sept. 1-3, 2016
Social Network Structure, Accommodation, and Language Change 83-102
Emily Clem
Scalar Tone Shift as Evidence for Morphology Without Morphemes 103-125
Hannah Sande
Mulitple Exponence in the Lusoga Verb Stem 126-141
Larry Hyman & Sharon Inkelas with Fred Jenga
The Autosegmental Approach to Tone in Lusoga 142-162
Larry Hyman
Modeling the Effect of Palate Shape on the Articulatory-Acoustics Mapping 163-166
Sarah Bakst & Keith Johnson
Presented at the 5th Joint Meeting of the ASA and ASJ, Honolulu Hawaii
Gradient Phonemic Constrast in Nanjing Mandarin 167-171
Keith Johnson & Yidan Song
Presented at the 5th Joint Meeting of the ASA and ASJ, Honolulu Hawaii
Underlying Representations and Bantu Segmental Phonology 172-183
Larry Hyman
Presented at the 6th International Conference on Bantu Languages at the University of Helsinki, June 20-23, 2016.
Nasals and Low Tone in Grassfields Noun Class Prefixes 184-195
Pius W. Akumbu & Larry M. Hyman
Morphologically assigned accent and an initial three syllable window in Ese'eja 196-215
Nicholas Rolle & Marine Vuillermet
Presented at the Workshop on Word Stress and Accent, Universiteit Leiden, August 15-17, 2014 and the Workshop on Structure and Constituency in Languages of the Americas – WSCLA 20 (University of Arizona, 2015
Differences in the Relationship between Palate Shape, Articulation and Acoustics of American English /r/ and /s/ 216-224
Sarah Bakst
The Effects of Singing on Speech in Geriatric Voice: An Acoustic Study 225-307
Libby Perfitt
UC Berkeley Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Acquisition of the Passive in Spanish-Speaking Children 308-332
Meg Cychosz & Marta Garrote Salazar
In Search of Prosodic Domains in Lusoga 333-347
Larry Hyman
Workshop on the Effects of Constituency on Sentence Phonology, U Mass Amherst, July 30, 2016
Survey of English Vowel Spaces of Asian American Californians 348-384
Andrew Cheng
An Ultrasound Analysis of Tswefap Back Consonants 385-396
Andrew Cheng & Alice Shen
Subphonemic Teamwork: A Typology and Theory of Cumulative Coarticulatory Effects in Phonology
Florian Lionnet
Ph.D. Dissertation

2015 Annual Report

Preface i
Jevon Heath
The Production and Perception of a Lesbian Speech Style 1-68
Auburn Barron-Lutzross
Morphology, Irregularity, and Bantu Frication: The Case of Lulamogi 69-85
Larry M. Hyman and John Merrill
Positional Prominence vs. Word Accent: Is there a difference? 86-98
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Workshop on Word Stress and Accent, Universiteit Leiden, August 15-17, 2014
Vowel perception asymmetry in auditory and phonemic listening 99-123
Keith Johnson
Effects of native language on compensation for coarticulation 124-166
Shinae Kang, Keith Johnson, and Greg Finley
In press in Speech Communication
Initial Vowel Length in Lulamogi: Cyclicity or Globality? 167-184
Larry M. Hyman
Listening under cognitive load makes speech sound fast 185-186
Hans Rutger Bosker, Eva Reinisch, and Matthias J. Sjerps
Convergence through Divergence: compensatory changes in phonetic accommodation 187-190
Jevon Heath
Presented at the LSA Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, January 8-11, 2015
Single URs vs. allomorphy: The case of Babanki coda consonant deletion 191-209
Pius W. Akumbu
Why Underlying Representations? 210-226
Larry M. Hyman
Henry Sweet Lecture at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain, University College, London, September 16, 2015
Audio-visual factors in stop debuccalization in consonant sequences 227-242
Keith Johnson
Phonetic Sources of Morphological Patterns in Sound Change: Fricative Voicing in Athabascan 243-294
Jonathan Manker
Variation in dual-task performance reveals late initiation of speech planning in turn-taking
Matthias J. Sjerps and Antje S. Meyer
Cognition. Vol. 136, March 2015, 304-324.
Divide and Conquer: How perceptual constrast sensitivity and perceptual learning cooperate in reducing input variation in speech perception
Matthias J. Sjerps and Eva Reinisch
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. Vol. 41(3), June 2015, 710-722.
Aspects of articulatory and perceptual learning in novel phoneme acquisition
Emily Cibelli
Ph.D. Disseration
Accounting for the phonetic value of nonspeech sounds
Gregory Finley
Ph.D. Dissertation
Relationship between perceptual accuracy and information measures: A cross-linguistic study
Shinae Kang
Ph.D. Dissertation

2014 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
What (else) Depends on Phonology? 1-10
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Workshop "Dependencies Among Systems of Language", Château de la Poste, Meilen, Belgium, June 5-7, 2014
A Phonetic Basis for the Sonority of [χ] 11-19
Sarah Bakst and Jonah Katz
Does Gokana Really Have Syllables? A Postscript to Hyman (2011) 20-23
Larry M. Hyman
Submitted to Phonology
Effects of Native-language on Compensation for Coarticulation 24-51
Shinae Kang, Keith Johnson, and Greg Finley
Submitted to Speech Communication; updated version in 2015 Annual Report
High Vowel Fricativization and Chain Shift 52-100
Matthew Faytak
What is Phonological Typology? 101-118
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Workshop on Phonological Typology, University of Oxford, Somerville College, August 11-13, 2013
Accommodation Can Lead to Innovated Variation 119-145
Jevon Heath
Tone-evoked Vowels and Semivowels 146-181
Gregory Finley
Amharic infixing reduplication targets heavy syllables 182-208
Hannah Sande
Assertive Verb Doubling in Sereer: Reduplication or Repetition? 209-229
Jevon Heath
The Influence of Lexical Statistics on Temporal Lobe Cortical Dynamics During Spoken Word Listening
Emily S. Cibelli, Matthew K. Leonard, Keith Johnson and Edward F. Chang
Submitted to Brain and Language
Phonetic feature encoding in human superior temporal gyrus
Nima Mesgarani, Connie Cheung, Keith Johnson, and Edward F. Chang
Science. 2014 Feb 28: 343(6174): 1006-1010
Deriving Natural Classes: The Phonology and Typology of Post-Velar Consonants
John Sylak-Glassman
Ph.D. Dissertation
Incorporating Abstract and Usage-based Information: The Effect of Probability on the Production of Morphemes
Clara Cohen
Ph.D. Dissertation
Agreement by Correspondence: ABC<->Conference Archive Organizers: Stephanie Shih and Sharon Inkelas. Held in Berkeley on May 18-19, 2014.
Sound Change in Interactive Human Systems Organizers: Keith Johnson, Andrew Garrett, and Larry Hyman. Held in Berkeley on May 28-31, 2014.

2013 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Functional Organization of Human Sensorimotor Cortex for Speech Articulation
Kristofer E. Bouchard, Nima Mesgarani, Keith Johnson, and Edward F. Chang
Nature. 2013 Feb 20. doi: 10.1038/nature11911
Disentangling Conjoint, Disjoint, Metatony, Tone Cases, Augments, Prosody, and Focus in Bantu 2-16
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Workshop on Prosodic Constituents in Bantu languages: Metatony and Dislocations, Université de Paris 3, June 28-29, 2012
Towards a Typology of Postlexical Tonal Neutralizations 17-31
Larry M. Hyman
Paper presented at the International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology, January 25-27, 2013, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa, Japan
How Autosegmental is Phonology? 32-59
Larry M. Hyman
Paper presented at the Colloque du Réseau Français de Phonologie, Paris, June 25-27, 2012
The A-map model: Articulatory Reliability in Child-specific Phonology 60-109
Tara McAllister Byun, Sharon Inkelas, and Yvan Rose
Revisiting f0 Range Production in Japanese-English Simultaneous Bilinguals 110-125
Calbert Graham
Cue Integration in the Perception of Korean Fricatives 126-150
Sarah Lee
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Compensation for Coarticulation of Fricative-Stop Clusters as Mediated by Lexical and Temporal Effects 151-225
Vanessa Chew
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Nasal Vowel Patterns in West Africa 226-267
Nicholas Rolle
Ese Ejja Accent 268-280
Nicholas Rolle
Phonetics and Phonology of Urhobo 281-326
Nicholas Rolle
Morphological Tonal Assignments in Conflict: Who Wins? 327-343
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Workshop on "Tons et Paradigmes Flexionnels: Modélisation at Parcimonie / Disentangling the Inflectional Role of Tone", Maison de la Recherche, Université de Paris 3, 17-18 June 2013
The Predominant Pitch of Semivowels 344-357
Greg Finley
Presented as a talk at the 166th meeting of the ASA, San Francisco, December 3, 2013

2012 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Towards a Canonical Typology of Prosodic Systems 1-19
Larry Hyman
In Esther Herrera Zendejas (ed.) Tono, Acento y Estructuras Métricas en Lenguas Mexicanas, México: El Colegio de México
Issues in the Phonology-Morphology Interface in African languages 20-31
Larry Hyman
Invited plenary presented at the 43rd Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 43), Tulane University, New Orleans, March 15-17, 2012
Do All Languages Have Word Accent 32-54
Larry Hyman
To appear in Harry van der Hulst (ed.) Studies on Word Accent
The Phonetic Basis of a Phonological Pattern: Depressor Effects of Prenasalized Consonants 55-71
Emily Cibelli
Presented at the 2011 Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia Conference, Terragona, Spain, June 21-22, 2011
Paguettes and basteries: Novice French learners show shifts in native phoneme boundaries 72-75
Marisa Tice and Melinda Woodley
Articulatory variation of the alveolar tap and implications for sound change 76-110
Chundra Cathcart
Shared early pathways of word and pseudoword processing: Evidence from high-density electrocorticography 111-127
Emily Cibelli
On the analysis of tone in Mee (Ekari, Ekagi, Kapauku) 128-137
Larry Hyman and Niko Kobepa
Vowel harmony as agreement by correspondence 138-168
Russell Rhodes
Partial effects of perceptual compensation need not be auditorily driven 169-188
Gregory Finley
Coda constraints on tone 189-204
Larry M. Hyman
Neural basis of the word frequency effect and its relation to lexical processing 205-230
Shinae Kang
Construction tonology: The case of Kalabari 231-244
Otelemate Harry and Larry M. Hyman
Review: Hulst, Harry van der, Rob Goedemans & Ellen van Zanten (eds.) 2010. A Survey of Word Accentual Patterns in the Languages of the World. 245-256
Larry M. Hyman
Speaking "Up": A longitudinal corpus based on the "Up" film series 257-278
Susanne Gahl, Kathleen Hall, Emily Cibelli, and Ronald Sprouse
Phonetic reduction in the "Easy/Hard" database without "difficulty" 279-305
Susanne Gahl
Measuring coarticulation in spontaneous speech: a preliminary report 306-320
Melinda Fricke and Keith Johnson
Complementarity and Opacity: [l] ~ [d] in Bantu 321-326
Larry M. Hyman and Sharon Inkelas
Rhotics and Retroflexes in Indic and Dravidian
Sarah Bakst
M.Phil. Thesis
Proto-Ersuic
Dominic Yu
Ph.D. Dissertation

2011 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Ilse Lehiste 1-8
Keith Johnson
Phonetic bias in sound change 9-61
Andrew Garrett and Keith Johnson
In Origins of sound change: Approaches to phonologization, ed. by Alan C. L. Yu (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
Consonant types and F0 in Kiowa 62-76
Anna Jurgensen
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Ipsilateral and contralateral phonetic context effects 77-97
Kevin Sitek
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
The tonology of WH questions in Luganda 98-109
Larry M. Hyman and Francis X. Katamba
Paper presented at the Workshop on Bantu Syntax-Phonology, Laboratoire Dynamique du Langage, Lyon, March 25-26, 2011
Voice-initiating gestures in Spanish: Prenasalization 110-113
Maria-Josep Solé and Ronald Sprouse
Retroflex versus bunched [r] in compensation for coarticulation 114-127
Keith Johnson
Tone Systems: Typology and Description - Chapter 1 128-167
Larry M. Hyman
Metatony in Abo (Bankon), A42 168-182
Larry M. Hyman and Florian Lionnet
Presented on June 10, 2011 at the 42nd Annual Conference on African Linguistics, University of Maryland, College Park
Modeling phonology in time 183-188
Keith Johnson
Presented at The 25th Annual Convention of the Phonetic Society of Japan
Markedness, faithfulness, and the typology of two-height tone systems 189-199
Larry M. Hyman
To appear in McGill Working Papers in Linguistics
In defense of prosodic typology: A response to Beckman & Venditti 200-235
Larry M. Hyman
The Effects of Phonological Neighborhoods on Pronunciation Variation in Conversational Speech
Yao Yao
Ph.D. Dissertation
Phonetic and Cognitive Bases of Sound Change
Reiko Kataoka
Ph.D. Dissertation

2010 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Do Tones Have Features? 1-20
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at Tones and Features: A Symposium in Honor of G. Nick Clements
Phonologist, Africanist, Typologist: George N. (Nick) Clements: (October 5, 1940 - August 30, 2009) 21-26
Larry M. Hyman
To appear in Linguistic Typology
Tone, Syntax, and Prosodic Domains in Luganda 27-56
Larry M. Hyman and Francis X. Katamba
ZAS Papers in Linguistics, Berlin
The Interaction of Tone and Stress in the Prosodic System of Iquito (Zaparoan) 57-79
Lev Michael
Automated Measurement of Vowel Formants in the Buckey Corpus 80-94
Yao Yao, Sam Tilsen, Ronald L. Sprouse, and Keith Johnson
Does Gokana Really Have No Syllables? (Or: What's So Great About Being Universal?) 95-117
Larry M. Hyman
Speech Perception 118-150
Keith Johnson
Chapter 5 in Acoustic and Auditory Phonetics, 3rd Edition
Categorical Speech Representation in Human Superior Temporal Gyrus 151-178
Edward F. Chang, Jochem W. Rieger, Keith Johnson, Mitchel S. Berger, Nicholas M. Barbaro, Robert T. Knight
Nature Neuroscience 13(11):1428-32. PMCID: PMC2967728
How to Study a Tone Language, with exemplification from Oku (Grassfields Bantu, Cameroon) 179-209
Larry M. Hyman
Unearthing the Roots: Ao and Proto-Tibeto-Burman – The Rimes 210-258
Daniel Bruhn
Social and Personality Variables in Compensation for Altered Auditory Feedback 259-282
Svetlin Dimov
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Markedness and the Phonological Typology of Two-Height Tone Systems 283-296
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the 4th Conference on Tone and Intonation in Europe (TIE4), Stockholm, Sept. 9-11, 2010
Do All Languages Have Word Accent? Or: What’s so great about being universal? 297-315
Larry M. Hyman
Presented at the Conference on Word Accent: Theoretical and Typological Issues, University of Connecticut, April 30, 2010
Phonetic description of a three-way stop contrast in Northern Paiute 316-347
Reiko Kataoka
A Production Study on Controlled Coarticulation: A Case of Contextual Fronting of /u/ in American English 348-375
Reiko Kataoka
Amazonia and the Typology of Tone Systems 376-394
Larry Hyman
Presented at Amazónicas III: The Structure of Amazonian Languages, Bogotá
For Preschoolers, Lexical Access is Purely Lexical: Neighborhood Density Effects in Child Speech Perception and the Emergent Phoneme Hypothesis 395-405
Melinda Woodley
Phonological Neighborhood Density in the Trevor Corpus: Perception and Production Factors in Lexical Acquisition 406-422
Melinda Woodley
Phonetic and Phonological Acquisition in Endangered Languages Learned by Adults: A Case Study of Numu (Oregon Northern Paiute)
Erin F. Haynes
Ph.D. Dissertation
First Language Phonetic Drift During Second Language Acquisition
Charles Chang
Ph.D. Dissertation
Linguistic constraints on compensation for altered auditory feedback
Shira Katseff
Ph.D. Dissertation

2009 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Short-term Phonetic Drift in an L2 Immersion Environment 1-12
Charles B. Chang
Proceedings of the 2009 Seoul International Conference on Linguistic Interfaces
An Exemplar-based Approach to Automatic Burst Detection in Spontaneous Speech 13-28
Yao Yao
Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Linguists
Understanding VOT Variation in Spontaneous Speech 29-43
Yao Yao
Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Linguists
Phonological Neighbourhood Development in Children's Lexicons 44-63
Yao Yao
The Tonal Classification of Chungli Ao Verbs 64-80
Daniel Bruhn
Why should Markedness Constraints be Relative? - Four Case Studies in Tone Sandhi Directionality 81-107
Te-hsin Liu
The Representation of Tone 108-132
Larry M. Hyman
Dialect Divergence and Convergence in New Zealand English 133-162
Molly Babel
Selective Vowel Imitation in Spontaneous Phonetic Accommodation 163-194
Molly Babel
Penultimate Lengthening in Bantu: Analysis and Spread 194-209
Larry M. Hyman
Third Conference on Bantu Linguistics, Tervuren
A Study on Perceptual Compensation for /u/-fronting in American English 210-223
Reiko Kataoka
Tense, Aspect, and Mood in Shekgalagari 224-278
Thera Crane
Homophone Duration in Spontaneous Speech: A Mixed-Effects Model 279-298
Susanne Gahl
More on Post-Nasal Devoicing: The Case of Shekgalagari 299-320
Maria-Josep Solé, Larry Hyman, and Kemmonye C. Monaka
The Implementation of Laryngeal Constrast in Korean as a Second Language 321-334
Charles Chang
Production of Phonetic and Phonological Contrast by Heritage Speakers of Mandarin 335-367
Charles Chang, Yao Yao, Erin F. Haynes, Russell Rhodes
Rapid Phonetic Drift in Second Language Acquisition 368-386
Charles Chang
Another Look at Velar Deletion in Turkish, with Special Attention to the Derived Environment Condition 387-403
Sharon Inkelas
The Effect of Fundamental Frequency on Phonetic Convergence 404-434
Daria Bulatov
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
The Phonology of Incomplete Tone Merger in Dalian 435-461
Te-hsin Liu
Toward a Dynamical Interpretation of Hierarchical Linguistic Structure 462-512
Sam Tilsen
Hierarchical Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Speech Rhythm and Articulation
Sam Tilsen
Ph.D. Dissertation
Phonetic and Social Selectivity in Speech Accommodation
Molly Babel
Ph.D. Dissertation

2008 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
The Lombard Effect as a Communicative Process 1-9
Priscilla Lau
Multi-timescale Dynamical Interactions between Speech Rhythm and Gesture 10-42
Sam Tilsen
Phonetics vs. Phonology in Loanword Adaptation: Revisiting the Role of the Bilingual 43-54
Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society
Charles B. Chang
Variation in Palatal Production in Buenos Aires Spanish 55-64
Selected Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics
Charles B. Chang
A Tale of Five Fricatives: Consonantal Contrast in Heritage Speakers of Mandarin 65-74
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 15.1
Charles B. Chang, Erin F. Haynes, Yao Yao, and Russell Rhodes
The Phonetic Space of Phonological Categories in Heritage Speakers of Mandarin 75-89
Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society
Charles B. Chang, Erin F. Haynes, Yao Yao, and Russell Rhodes
Issues in African Language Phonology 90-109
Tom Gueldemann, ed., Africa, in the Fields of Linguistics series, Hans Hock, ed.
Larry M. Hyman
"Perceiving the Advantage": The Effect of Prior L2 Exposure versus Perception Training on L1 English Speakers' Acquisition of Hindi Aspirated Consonants 110-152
UCB Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Anupama Bhatt
The Natural History of Verb-Stem Reduplication in Bantu 153-187
Submitted to Proceedings of 2nd Graz Conference on Reduplication, Sept. 30-Oct.2, 2007
Larry M. Hyman
"Antihomorganicity" in Apinaye and Hayu:  Evidence for Closure Duration as a Phonotactic Variable 188-224
UCB Undergraduate Honors Thesis
Ian Coffman
Language-specificity at Early Levels of Mandarin Tone Perception by Chinese Listeners 225-249
Tsan Huang and Keith Johnson
Preliminary Results of a Stop-signal Experiment 250-268
Sam Tilsen
Tonal and Non-Tonal Intonation in Shekgalagari 269-288
Submitted to the proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Tone and Intonation (TIE3), Laboratorio de Fonetica de FLUL, University of Lisbon, Sept. 15-17, 2008
Larry M. Hyman and Kemmonye C. Monaka
A Discrete-Time Aerodynamic Model of the Vocal Tract 289-292
Ronald L. Sprouse
Oral Cavity Enlargement in Retroflex Stops 293-296
Ronald L. Sprouse, Maria-Josep Solé and John J. Ohala
Turbulence and Phonology 297-355
Paper presented at the Conference on Turbulence. Zentrum fur Allgemeine Sptrachwissenschaft, Berlin
John J. Ohala and Maria-Josep Solé
The Ethological Basis of Certain Signals of Affect and Emotion 356-365
Proceedings of the International Conference on Prosody and Iconicity, Rouen
John J. Ohala
Understanding Variability in Speech: A Brief Survey over 2.5 Millennia 366-373
In honor of Wu Zong-yi on his 100th birthday
John J. Ohala
Languages' Sound Inventories: The Devil is in the Details 374-381
(Presented at the conference on Phonological Universals, Lyon, 2005)
John J. Ohala
Enlarging the Scope of Phonologization 382-408
(Submitted to the Proceedings of the Symposium on Phonologization, University of Chicago, April 25-26, 2008)
Larry M. Hyman
The Linguistic Basis of Phonetic Coherence 409-427
(Presented at the 11th Laboratory Phonology Conference, June 30, 2008)
Keith Johnson
Syntactic Probabilities Affect Pronunciation Variation in Spontaneous Speech 428-444
Hal Tily, Susanne Gahl, Inbal Arnon, Neal Snider, Anubha Kothari and Joan Bresnan
Partial Compensation in Speech Adaptation 444-461
Shira Katseff and John Houde
The Phonetics and Phonology of San Martin Itunyoso Trique
Christian DiCanio
Ph.D. Dissertation
Input-Driven Opacity
Marc Ettlinger
Ph.D. Dissertation
Morphological Sources of Phonological Length
Anne Pycha
Ph.D. Dissertation

2007 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Kuki-Thaadow: An African Tone System in Southeast Asia 1-19
Larry M. Hyman
Korean Fricatives: Production, Perception, and Laryngeal Typology 20-70
Charles B. Chang
A Case Study of the Phonological Attrition of Taiwanese Mandarin in California 71-126
Nicholas Young
UCB Undergraduate Honors Thesis
The Role of Context in Lexical Recognition 127-146
Jacqueline Siobhan Palmer
UCB Undergraduate Honors Thesis
The Impact of Allophony versus Contrast on Speech Perception 147-176
Amanda Boomershine, Kathleen Currie Hall, Elizabeth Hume, Keith Johnson
In P. Avery, E. Dresher and K. Rice (eds.), Contrast in Phonology: Perception and Acquisition. New York: Mouton de Gruyter
Shifting Categories: An Exemplar-based Computational Model of Chain Shifts 177-182
Marc Ettlinger
Proceedings of the 29th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Closure Duration and VOT of Word-Initial Voiceless Plosives in English in Spontaneous Connected Speech 183-225
Yao Yao
Social Judgments and Their Acoustic Cues in Read Speech 226-264
Molly Babel
Cross-linguistic Differences in the Perception of Palatalization 265-268
Molly Babel and Keith Johnson
Proceedings of ICPhS 16
Phonetic vs. Phonological Lengthening in Affricates 269-272
Anne Pycha
Proceedings of ICPhS 16
Frequency Effects in Cross-Linguistic Stop Place Perception: A Case of /t/ - /k/ in Japanese and English 273-301
Reiko Kataoka and Keith Johnson
Perception of Fricatives by Dutch and English Speakers 302-325
Keith Johnson and Molly Babel
Tone Production in Whispered Mandarin 326-329
Charles Chang and Yao Yao
The Status of Voicing and Aspiration as Cues to Korean Laryngeal Contrast 330-344
Charles Chang
Universals in Phonology 345-390
Larry M. Hyman
English Listeners' Perception of Polish Alveopalatal and Retroflex Voiceless Sibilants: A Pilot Study 391-415
Grant McGuire
Vowel-to-Vowel Coarticulation and Dissimilation in Phonemic-response Priming 416-458
Sam Tilsen
The Phonetics of Register in Takhian Thong Chong 459-482
Christian DiCanio
Tone: Is it Different? 483-528
Larry M. Hyman
The Acoustic and Visual Phonetic Basis of Place of Articulation in Excrescent Nasals 529-561
Keith Johnson, Christian DiCanio, and Laurel MacKenzie
The Phonetic and Phonological Effects of Obsolescence in Northern Paiute 562-596
Molly Babel
Convergence and Divergence in Obsolescence: On Sound Change in Southeastern Pomo 597-629
Charles B. Chang
The Effect of Sonority on Word Segmentation: Evidence for a Phonological Universal 630-653
Marc Ettlinger, Amy S. Finn, and Carla L. Hudson Kam
How (not) to do Phonological Typology: The Case of Pitch Accent 654-685
Larry M. Hyman
Low-frequency Fourier Analysis of Speech Rhythm 686-712
Sam Tilsen and Keith Johnson

2006 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Review of "Phonetic Data Analysis" by Peter Ladefoged 1-5
Keith Johnson
Language 83, 191-193
The Marriage of Phonetics and Phonology 6-10
John Ohala
Acoustic Sci. and Tech. 26, 418-422
Standard Georgian 11-23
Ryan Shosted and Vakhtang Chikovani
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 36, 255-264
Affixation by Place of Articulation: Rare AND Mysterious 24-51
Larry M. Hyman
Elicitation as Experimental Phonology: Thlantlang Lai Tonology 52-72
Larry M. Hyman
In M.J. Sole, P. Beddor, and M. Ohala, eds., Experimental Approaches to Phonology in Honor of John J. Ohala, Oxford University Press
Syllable Timing in Repetition Disfluency 73-111
Sam Tilsen
Where's Phonology in Typology? 112-117
Larry M. Hyman
Linguistic Typology 11, xx-xx
The Phonetics of Register in Takhian Thong Chong 118-140
Christian DiCanio
A duration-based solution to the problem of stress realization in Turkish 141-151
Anne Pycha
Directionality of assimilation in consonant clusters: An experimental approach 152-166
Anne Pycha, Eurie Shin, and Ryan Shosted
Just put your lips together and blow? The whistled fricatives of Southern Bantu 167-147
Ryan Shosted
Proceedings of ISSP 2006
Vowel Reduction in Polish
Pawel Nowak
Ph.D. Dissertation
The Aeroacoustics of Nasalized Fricatives
Ryan Shosted
Ph.D. Dissertation
Quantitative Methods in Linguistics
Keith Johnson
Oxford: Blackwell Publishers

2005 Annual Report

Preface i-ii
Tone and Pitch Accent in Cherokee Nouns 1-48
Keith Johnson
Vocalic Context as a Condition for Nasal Coda Emergence: Aerodynamic Evidence 49-68
Ryan Shosted
Journal of the International Phonetic Association 36, 39-58
Correlating Complexity: A Typological Approach 69-94
Ryan Shosted
Journal of Linguistic Typology 10, 1-40
Resonance in an Exemplar-based Lexicon: The Emergence of Social Identity and Phonology 95-128
Keith Johnson
Journal of Phonetics 34 485-499
On the representation of tone in Peñoles Mixtec 129-164
John P. Daly and Larry M. Hyman
IJAL 73, 165-208
Word-prosodic typology 165-184
Larry M. Hyman
Phonology 23, 225-257
Experimental Approaches to Establishing Discreteness of Intonational Contrasts 185-198
Carlos Gussenhoven
Bilabial and Labio-dental Fricatives in Ewe 199-215
Ian Maddieson
Correlating Phonological Complexity: Data and Validation 216-229
Ian Maddieson
The Phonetic Structures of Oaxaca Chontal 230-258
Ian Maddieson, Heriberto Avelino and Loretta O'Connor
Issues of Phonological Complexity: Statistical Analysis of the Relationship between Syllable Structures, Segment Inventories and Tone Contrasts 259-268
Ian Maddieson
Phonetic Explanations for Sound Patterns: Implications for Grammars of Competence 269-288
John Ohala
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Decisions and Mechanisms in Exemplar-based Phonology 289-311
Keith Johnson
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Measuring Norwegian Dialect Distances using Acoustic Features 312-336
Wilbert Heeringa, Keith Johnson, and Charlotte Gooskens
Expressive Alliteration in Mon and Khmer 337-393
Christian DiCanio