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Acquisition of consonant clusters by Greek-speaking children: The case of initial /s/-stop and stop-/s/ sequences.(2007).
Acquisition of consonant clusters by Greek-speaking children: Word-initial /s/-stop and stop-/s/ sequences.(2007).
The acquisition of English sibilant fricatives by children with bilateral cochlear implants. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. 0219.1-5.(2015).
Acquisition of initial /s/-stop and stop-/s/ sequences in Greek. Language and Speech. 54(3),(2011).
Adapting a receptive vocabulary test for preschool-aged Greek-speaking children. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 46(1),(2011).
Adult acoustics and developmental patterns for gender-marked phonetic variants in Mandarin fricatives and Japanese stops.(2008).
Aligning the timelines of phonological acquisition and change. Laboratory Phonology. 5(1),(2014).
Child-level factors and acquisition of the /t/-/k/ contrast: Perception. 2015 ASHA Convention.(2015).
Child-level factors and acquisition of the /t/-/k/ contrast: Production. 2015 ASHA Convention.(2015).
Comparing vowel category response surfaces over age-varying maximal vowel spaces within and across language communities. InterSpeech 2013.(2013).
Contrast and covert contrast: The phonetic development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English and Japanese toddlers. Journal of Phonetics. 37(1),(2009).
Cross-language differences in acquisition. Handbook of Speech Production.(2015).
Cross-language perspectives on the interaction between production and perception in phonological acquisition. 26th General Meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan.(2012).
Cross-linguistic investigation of phonological acquisition: Language-specific and language universal influences.(2006).
A data-driven approach for perceptually validated acoustic features for children’s sibilant fricative productions. Interspeech 2017. 1750-1854.(2017).
Deconstructing phonetic transcription: Covert contrast, perceptual bias, and an extraterrestrial view of Vox Humana. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetic. 24(4-5),(2010).