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Framing a socio-indexical basis for the emergence and cultural transmission of phonological systems. Journal of Phonetics. 53, 66-78.(2015).
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Generalizing over lexicons to predict consonant mastery. Laboratory Phonology. 1(2),(2010).
The interaction between vocabulary size and phonotactic probability effects on children's production accuracy and fluency in nonword repetition. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 47(2),(2004).
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Methodological questions in studying consonant acquisition. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics. 22(12),(2008).
Methods for eliciting, annotating, and analyzing databases for child speech development. Computer Speech and Language. 45, 278-299.(2017).
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Quantifying the robustness of the English sibilant fricative contrast in children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.(2015).
Relationships between nonword repetition accuracy and other measures of linguistic development in children with phonological disorders. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 84(1),(2005).
Some cross-linguistic evidence for modulation of implicational universals by language-specific frequency effects in phonological development. Language Learning and Development. 4(2),(2008).
Voice onset time is necessary but not always sufficient to describe acquisition of voiced stops: The cases of Greek and Japanese. Journal of Phonetics. 40,(2012).
Why are Korean tense stops acquired so early: The role of acoustic properties. Journal of Phonetics. 39(2),(2011).