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Acquisition of initial /s/-stop and stop-/s/ sequences in Greek. Language and Speech. 54(3),(2011).
Aligning the timelines of phonological acquisition and change. Laboratory Phonology. 5(1),(2014).
Anticipatory coarticulation facilitates word recognition in toddlers. Cognition. 142,(2015).
Are infants sensitive to anticipatory coarticulation during word recognition?. 19th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference.(2014).
Bias in the perception of phonetic detail in children's speech: A comparison of categorical and continuous rating scales. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. 31(1), 56-79.(2017).
Contrast and covert contrast: The phonetic development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English and Japanese toddlers. Journal of Phonetics. 37(1),(2009).
Cross-linguistic studies of children’s and adults’ vowel spaces. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 131(1),(2012).
Deconstructing phonetic transcription: Covert contrast, perceptual bias, and an extraterrestrial view of Vox Humana. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetic. 24(4-5),(2010).
Dialect Awareness and Lexical Comprehension of Mainstream American English in African American English–Speaking Children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 57,(2014).
Fine-grained phonetics and acquisition of Greek voiced stops. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.(2007).
Frequency effects in phonological acquisition. Journal of Child Language. 42(02),(2015).
Generalizing over lexicons to predict consonant mastery. Laboratory Phonology. 1(2),(2010).
Individual differences in phoneme categorization: Dissociating gradiency from multiple cue use. 19th Mid-Continental Phonetics & Phonology Conference.(2014).
Individual differences in speech perception: Evidence from visual analogue scaling and eye-tracking. International Congress of Phonetic Science XVII.(2011).
Language specificity in the perception of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Japanese and English: Implications for cross-language differences in speech-sound development. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 129(2),(2011).
A mediation model of the relationships among phonological awareness, vocabulary size, and speech perception in preschool children. Symposium for Research in Child Language Disorders.(2015).
Methodological issues in the study of phonotactic probability effects in nonword repetition. XVIIth International Congress on Phonetic Sciences.(2011).
Methodological questions in studying consonant acquisition. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 22(12),(2008).
Phonological knowledge in typical and atypical speech-sound development. Topics in Language Disorders. 25(3),(2005).
Phonological representations in language acquisition: Climbing the ladder of abstraction. Handbook of Laboratory Phonology.(2011).
Phonotactic constraints on infant word learning. Infancy. 16(2),(2011).
Quantifying the robustness of the English sibilant fricative contrast in children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.(2015).
The role of experience in the perception of phonetic detail in children's speech: A comparison of speech-language pathologists with clinically untrained listeners. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 21(2),(2012).
Some cross-linguistic evidence for modulation of implicational universals by language-specific frequency effects in phonological development. Language Learning and Development. 4(2),(2008).
Spectral measures for sibilant fricatives of English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.(2007).