Publications

(2020). Perceptual learning, talker specificity, and sound change. Edinburgh Papers in Historical Phonology.

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(2020). Opacity, transparency, and morphological priming: A study of prefixed verbs in Dutch. Journal of Memory and Language.

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(2020). Weak hand variation in Philadelphia ASL: A pilot study. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics.

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(2019). Interspeaker covariation in Philadelphia vowel changes. Language Variation and Change.

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(2019). Sources of microtemporal clustering in sociolinguistic sequences. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: Language and Computation.

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(2019). Heritage languages and variation: Identifying shared factors. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

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(2018). Modulation of the following segment effect on English coronal stop deletion by syntactic boundaries. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics.

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(2018). The historical and social context of the Philadelphia ASL community. Sign Language Studies.

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(2017). Persistence as a diagnostic of grammatical status: the case of Middle English negation. Micro-change and Macro-change in Diachronic Syntax.

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(2017). Matched guise effects can be robust to speech style. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

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(2016). Persistence in phonological and morphological variation. Language Variation and Change.

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(2016). Generalized Additive Mixed Models for intraspeaker variation. Linguistics Vanguard.

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(2016). Examining variation in the absence of a 'main' ASL corpus: The case of the Philadelphia Signs Project. Proceedings of the 10th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference.

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(2016). The dynamics of variation in individuals. Linguistic Variation.

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(2015). Cross-dialectal differences in nasal coarticulation in American English. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences.

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(2014). Nasal coarticulation changes over time in Philadelphia English. Journal of Phonetics.

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(2014). Sound change without frequency effects: ramifications for phonological theory. Proceedings of the 31st West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics.

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(2012). The impact of higher education on local phonology. *Penn Working Papers in Linguistics.

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(2010). Seeing the harm in harmed and harmful: Morphological processing by children in grades 4, 6 and 8. Applied Psycholinguistics.

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(2009). Insular Scots front vowels in Westray, Orkney. Scottish Language.

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(2008). The Canadian Shift: Coast to coast. Proceedings of the 2008 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistics Association.

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