Publications

Here is a non-extensive list of some publications that came from members of the SPL (by date of publication):

 

Brunelle, M., Ha, K.-P, & Grice, M. (in press). Inconspicuous coarticulation: A complex path to sound change in the tone system of Hanoi Vietnamese, Journal of Phonetics, 18 pages.

Brunelle, M., & Kirby, J. (2016). Tone and Phonation in Southeast Asian Languages. Language and Linguistics Compass, 10, 4, 191-207.

Mielke, J., Baker, A., & Archangeli, D. (2016). Individual-level contact limits phonological complexity: Evidence from bunched and retroflex /ɹ/. Language, 92(1), 101-140.

Brunelle, M., Chow, D., & Nguyen, T. N. U. (2015). Effects of lexical frequency and lexical category on the duration of Vietnamese syllables. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK.

Brunelle, M., & Kirby, J. (2015). Re-assessing tonal diversity and  geographical convergence in Mainland Southeast Asia. In N. Enfield, & B. Comrie (Eds.), The Languages of Mainland Southeast Asia: The State of the Art (pp. 82-100), Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Desmeules-Trudel, F. (2015). The aerodynamics of vowel nasality and nasalization in Brazilian Portuguese. In The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS 2015 (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK. Paper number 0769.

Desmeules-Trudel, F. (2015). Propriétés aérodynamiques des voyelles nasales et potentiellement nasalisées en français québécois. In S. Vinerte (Ed.), Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Ottawa, ON.

Michaud, A., & Brunelle, M. (2015). Information Structure in Asia: Yongning Na (Sino-Tibetan) and Vietnamese (Austroasiatic). In C. Féry, & S. Ishihara (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Information Structure (33 pages), Uxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Mielke, J. (2015). An ultrasound study of Canadian French rhotic vowels with polar smoothing spline comparisons. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137(5), 2858-2869.

Brunelle, M., & Hà, P. T. T. (2014). Ngữ điệu và các tiểu từ cuối câu trong tiếng Chăm Phan Rang (Intonation and sentence-final particles in Phan Rang Cham). Ngôn Ngữ6(301), 57-69.

Ha, K.-P., Grice, M., & Brunelle, M.(2014). Tonal allophony in Vietnamese: evidence from task-oriented dialogues. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Speech Prosody (pp. 800-804).

Brunelle, M., & Jannedy, S. (2013). The cross-dialectal perception of Vietnamese tones: Indexicality and convergence. In D. Hole, & E. Löbel (Eds.) The Linguistics of Vietnamese (pp. 9-34). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Cristia, A., Mielke, J., Daland, R., & Peperkamp, S. (2013). Similarity in the generalization of implicitly learned sound patterns. Laboratory Phonology, 4(2), 259-285.

Lamontagne, J., & Mielke, J. (2013). Perception of Canadian French rhotic vowels. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (Vol. 19, No. 1, p.060250). Acoustical Society of America.

Mielke, J. (2013). Phonologization and the typology of feature behavior. In A. C. Yu (ed.), Origins of Sound Change: Approaches to Phonologization (pp. 165-180). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Mielke, J. (2013). Ultrasound and corpus study of a change from below: Vowel rhoticity in Canadian French. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 19(2), 141-150.

Archangeli, D., Mielke, J., & Pulleyblank, D. (2012). Greater than noise: Frequency effects in Bantu height harmony. In B. Botma, & R. Noske (Eds.), Phonological Explorations: Empirical, Theoretical and Diachronic Issues (pp. 191-222). Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.

Brunelle, M. (2012). Dialect experience and perceptual integrality in phonological registers: fundamental frequency, voice quality and the first formant in Cham. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131, 4, 3088-3102.

Brunelle, M., Ha, K. P., & Grice, M. (2012). Intonation in Northern Vietnamese. The Linguistic Review, 29, 1, 3-36.

Mielke, J. (2012). A phonetically based metric of sound similarity. Lingua, 122(2), 145-163.

Baker, A., Archangeli, D., & Mielke, J. (2011). Variability in American English s-retraction suggests a solution to the actuation problem. Language variation and change, 23(3), 347-374.

Brunelle, M. (2011). Perception in the field. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 80-83).

Brunelle, M., & Finkeldey, J. (2011). Tone perception in Sgaw Karen. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 372-375).

Mackie, S., & Mielke, J. (2011). Feature economy in natural, random, and synthetic inventories. In G. N. Clements, & R. Ridouane (Eds.), Where do phonological features come from? Cognitive, Physical and Developmental Bases of Distinctive Speech Categories (pp. 43-63). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mielke, J., Magloughlin, L., & Hume, E. (2011). Evaluating the effectiveness of Unified Feature Theory and three other feature systems. In J. A. Goldsmith, E. Hume, & L. Wetzels (Eds.), Tones and Features: Phonetic and Phonological Perspectives (p. 223-263). Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.

Mielke, J., Olson, K. S., Baker, A., & Archangeli, D. (2011). Articulation of the Kagayanen interdental approximant: An ultrasound study. Journal of Phonetics, 39(3), 403-412.

Brunelle, M. (2010). The role of larynx height in the Javanese tense ~ lax stop contrast. In R. Mercado, E. Potsdam, & L. Travis (Eds.) Austronesian and Theoretical Linguistics (pp. 7-24). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brunelle, M., Nguyên, D. D., & Nguyên, K. H. (2010). A Laryngographic and Laryngoscopic Study of Northern Vietnamese Tones. Phonetica, 67, 147-169.

Olson, K. S., Mielke, J., Sanicas-Daguman, J., Pebley, C. J., & Paterson, H. J. (2010). The phonetic status of the (inter) dental approximant. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 40(2), 199-215.

Brunelle, M. (2009). Contact-induced change?  Register in three Cham dialects. Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics, 2, 1-22.

Brunelle, M. (2009). Northern and Southern Vietnamese Tone Coarticulation: A Comparative Case Study. Journal of Southeast Asian Linguistics, 1, 49-62.

Brunelle, M. (2009). Diglossia and Monosyllabization in Eastern Cham:  a sociolinguistic study. In J. Stanford, & D. Preston (Eds.), Variation in Indigenous Minority Languages (pp. 47-75). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Brunelle, M. (2009). Tone perception in Northern and Southern Vietnamese.  Journal of Phonetics, 37, 1, 79-96.

Lin, Y., & Mielke, J. (2008). Discovering place and manner features: What can be learned from acoustic and articulatory data. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 14(1), 19.