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Peer-reviewed journal articles

White, J. (in press). Evidence for a learning bias against saltatory phonological alternations. Cognition. [List of stimuli]

Hayes, B. & White, J. (2013). Phonological naturalness and phonotactic learning. Linguistic Inquiry, 44(1), 45–75. [supplementary materials]

Daland, R., Hayes, B., White, J., Garellek, M., Davis, A., & Norrmann, I. (2011). Explaining sonority projection effects. Phonology, 28(2), 197–234.


Manuscripts under review

White, J. & Sundara, M. Biased learning of phonological alternations by 12-month-old infants.

Hayes, B. & White, J. Saltation and the P-map.

Garellek, M. & White, J. Phonetics of Tongan Stress.



White, J. (2013). Bias in Phonological Learning: Evidence from Saltation. Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA.

White, J. (2011). Experimental evidence for pre-lexical inhibition in spoken word recognition. M.A. thesis, UCLA.


Working Papers

Garellek, M. & White, J. (2012). Stress correlates and vowel targets in Tongan. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 110, 65–85.

Garellek, M. & White, J. (2010). Acoustic correlates of stress and their use in diagnosing syllable fusion in Tongan. UCLA Working Papers in Phonetics, 108, 35–65.