Debuccalization and lenition
Perception of consonants
An experimental approach to debuccalization and supplementary gestures
University of California, Santa Cruz, June 2012.
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Other recent papers:
Debuccalization and supplementary gestures
(2010). Qualifying Exam, UCSC.
Perception and English t-glottalization
(2010). Phonetics Qualifying Paper, UCSC.
Tone in Tuvan
Former Research Projects:
Italian Troncamento: the syntax-prosody interface and eurythmic effects
Lexical Conservatism in Irish Prepositions
Sonority Sequencing, Phonological Scales, and Russian Word Edges
Consonants in Cantonese Loanword Adaptation
(2006), my Honors BA paper. It's a descriptive look at a
of Cantonese loanwords, comparing the data from our source to other people's work.
Foreign Consonants in Hindi
Restrictions on English Possessors: An Extension of Distributed Morphology
(2009). Syntax Qualifying Paper, UCSC.
Handout for Linguistics at Santa Cruz (LASC), 2008
on the same topic.
Learning Inflectional Classes
with John Goldsmith (2007). Language Learning and Development 24(4): 219-250.
Computational phonology and morphology
Chicago Language Modeling Lab
(Research in 2006)
Dynamic Computational Networks
(Summer research 2005)
(Summer research 2004, 2005)