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Todd, A. E., Edwards J. R., & Litovsky R. Y. (2011).  The influence of phonotactic probability on repetition accuracy of nonwords by children with cochlear implants. Conference on Implantable Auditory Prostheses. PDF icon Poster.pdf (473.47 KB)
Munson, B. (2009).  The influence of /s/ quality on judgments of the sex typicality of boys' speech. PDF icon Slides.pdf (266.39 KB)
Schneeberg, A. C., Edwards J. R., & Lee C. (2013).  The influence of socioeconomic status on online lexical processing of preschool children. Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. PDF icon Poster.pdf (657.98 KB)
Blackman, A. (2016).  The influence of vocabulary size on the acquisition of the /r/-/w/ contrast: acoustic and perceptual analyses. Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences. BA,
Munson, B., Kurtz B.. A., & Windsor J.. (2005).  The influence of vocabulary size, phonotactic probability, and wordlikeness on nonword repetitions of children with and without specific language impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 48(5), PDF icon Article.pdf (447.63 KB)
Hoover, S.. (2004).  The influence of vowel context on consonant acquisition. Department of Linguistics.
Edwards, J. R., Beckman M. E., & Munson B. (2004).  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), PDF icon Article.pdf (987.71 KB)
Arbisi-Kelm, T. (2010).  Intonation structure and disfluency detection in stuttering. Laboratory Phonology 10. PDF icon Book_Chapter.pdf (305.96 KB)
Reidy, P. F. (2013).  An introduction to random processes for the spectral analysis of speech data. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 60, PDF icon Article.pdf (752.8 KB)
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Li, F., Munson B., Edwards J., Yoneyama K., & Hall K. (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), PDF icon Article.pdf (553.56 KB)
Li, F. (2012).  Language-specific developmental differences in speech production: A cross-language acoustic study. Child Development. 83(4), PDF icon Article.pdf (2.31 MB)
Monnin, J., & Loevenbruck H. (2010).  Language-specific influence on phoneme development: French and Drehu data. InterSpeech 2010. PDF icon Conference_Proceedings.pdf (409.83 KB)
Edwards, J. R., & Beckman M. E. (2006).  Language-universal and language-specific aspects of phonological acquisition.
Munson, B. (2011).  Lavender lessons learned, or, what sexuality can teach us about phonetic variation. American Speech. 86(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (156.57 KB)
Reidy, P. F., Beckman M. E., Edwards J. R., Munson B., & Johnson A. A. (2017).  Learning acoustic features for English stops with graph-based dimensionality reduction. Acoustics '17 (173rd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the 8th Forum Acusticum). PDF icon PDF of poster (1.09 MB)
Reidy, P. F. (2014).  Learning curves: The acquisition of differential kinematics of English sibilant fricatives. 14th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. PDF icon Poster.pdf (1002.94 KB)
Plummer, A. R., Beckman M. E., Belkin M., Fosler-Lussier E., & Munson B. (2010).  Learning speaker normalization using semisupervised manifold alignment.
Plummer, A. R., Beckman M. E., Belkin M., Fosler-Lussier E., & Munson B. (2010).  Learning speaker normalization using semisupervised manifold alignment. InterSpeech 2010. PDF icon Conference_Proceedings.pdf (1.17 MB)
Munson, B. (2010).  Levels of phonological abstraction and knowledge of socially motivated speech-sound variation: a review, a proposal, and a commentary on the Papers by Clopper, Pierrehumbert, and Tamati; Drager; Foulkes; Mack; and Smith, Hall, and Munson. Journal of Laboratory Phonology. 1(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (356.58 KB)
Munson, B., Brincks S.. J., Yim D., & White A. R. (2006).  Lexical access in phonological impairment: Evidence from a delayed naming experiment.
Yoneyama, K., & Munson B. (2010).  Lexical and phonetic influences on Japanese listeners' perception of spoken English words.
Munson, B., Swenson C.. L., & Manthei S.. C. (2005).  Lexical and phonological organization in children: Evidence from repetition tasks. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 48(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (787.95 KB)
Munson, B. (2007).  Lexical characteristics mediate the influence of talker sex and sex typicality on vowel-space size.
Yoneyama, K., & Munson B. (2011).  Lexical influences on response times in Japanese listeners’ recognition of spoken English words. Acoustical Society of America.

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