Dissertations and Theses
Influence de la langue ambiante sur l'acquisition phonologique: une comparaison du français et du drehu. School of Ingénierie pour la Santé, la Cognition et l'Environnement and Centre des Nouvelles Études pour le Pacifique.(2010).
Sensitivity to sub-phonemic variation: Evidence from a Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) goodness-rating task. Department of Linguistics.(2010).
Consonant cluster acquisition in Greek: Evidence from transcription, perception, and psychoacoustics. Department of Communicative Disorders.(2010).
The development of phonation-type contrasts in plosives: Cross-linguistic perspectives. Department of Linguistics.(2009).
Nonword repetition accuracy of children with cochlear implants. Department of Communicative Disorders.(2009).
Production of sibilant fricatives children with cochlear implants: Transcription and acoustic analysis. Department of Communicative Disorders.(2009).
Phonological awareness of children with hearing impairment: Evidence from looking while listening. Departments of Communicative Disorders and Psychology.(2008).
The phonetic development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese. Department of Linguistics.(2008).
The role of intermediate productions and listener expectations on the perception of children's speech. Department of Communicative Disorders.(2008).
Syllable fusion in Hong Kong Cantonese connected speech. Linguistics, Ohio State University. PhD,(2006).
The influence of vowel context on consonant acquisition. Department of Speech and Hearing Science.(2004).
Phonological features of African American Vernacular English in child-directed versus adult-directed speech. Department of Speech and Hearing Science.(2004).
The role of segmental sandhi in the parsing of speech: evidence from Greek. Department of Linguistics.(2004).