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Inquiries in Linguistic Development: In honor of Lydia White
Edited by Roumyana Slabakova, Silvina Montrul and Philippe Prévost
[Not in series 133] 2006
► pp. 115131
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BEGUŠ, GAŠPER
2019. Post-nasal devoicing and the blurring process. Journal of Linguistics 55:4  pp. 689 ff. DOI logo
Beguš, Gašper
2020. Estimating historical probabilities of natural and unnatural processes. Phonology 37:4  pp. 515 ff. DOI logo
Coetzee, Andries W.
2009. Learning lexical indexation. Phonology 26:1  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
Coetzee, Andries W. & Shigeto Kawahara
2013. Frequency biases in phonological variation. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 31:1  pp. 47 ff. DOI logo
Coetzee, Andries W. & Joe Pater
2008. Weighted constraints and gradient restrictions on place co-occurrence in Muna and Arabic. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 26:2  pp. 289 ff. DOI logo
Do, Youngah & Ping Hei Yeung
2021. Evidence against a link between learning phonotactics and learning phonological alternations. Linguistics Vanguard 7:1 DOI logo
Kager, René & Joe Pater
2012. Phonotactics as phonology: knowledge of a complex restriction in Dutch. Phonology 29:1  pp. 81 ff. DOI logo
Luo, Shan
2017. Gestural overlap across word boundaries: Evidence from English and Mandarin speakers. Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique 62:1  pp. 56 ff. DOI logo
Moreton, Elliott & Joe Pater
2012. Structure and Substance in Artificial‐Phonology Learning, Part II: Substance. Language and Linguistics Compass 6:11  pp. 702 ff. DOI logo
Smolek, Amy & Vsevolod Kapatsinski
2018. What happens to large changes? Saltation produces well-liked outputs that are hard to generate. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 9:1 DOI logo
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2011. References. In The Handbook of Phonological Theory,  pp. 779 ff. DOI logo

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