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TitleLaboratory Phonology 8: Varieties of Phonological Competence
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Table of Contents
                            Table of Contents
Introduction
Dedication
I. Qualitative and variable faces of phonological competence: Spoken languages
"Distinctive phones" in surface representation
The functionality of incomplete neutralization in Dutch: The caseof past-tense formation
Dynamics in grammar: Comment on Ladd and Ernestus & Baayen
The statistical basis of an unnatural alteration
Modeling intanation in English: A probabilistic approach to phonological competence
The diachrony of labiality in Trique, and the functional relevance of gradience and variation
I. Qualitative and variable faces of phonological competence: Convergences and divergences of signed and spoken languages
Effects of language modality on word segmentation: An experimental study of phonological factors in a sign language
Phonology, phonetics and the nondominant hand
Lexical retrieval in American Sign Language production
Phonological priming in British Sign Language
I. Qualitative and variable faces of phonological competence: Signed languages
Phonetic implementation and phonetic pre-specification in sign language phonology
Variabilityin verbal agreement forms across four signed languages
Some current claims about sign language phonetics, phonology, and experimental results
II. Sources of variation and their role in the acquisition of phonological competence
Getting the rhythm right: A cross-linguistic study of segmental duration in babbling and first words
Flexibility in the face of incompatible English VOT systems
On the scope of phonological learning: Issues arising from socially-structured variation
Variation in developing phonologies: Comments on Vihman and colleagues, Docherty and colleagues, and Scobbie
III. Knowledge of language-specific organization of speach gestures: Interaction of prosody and gestures
Prosody first or prosody last? Evidence from the phonetics of word-final /t/ in American English
Focusing, prosodic phrasing, and hiatus resolution in Greek
Early vs.late focus: Pitch-peak alignment in two dialects of Serbian and Croatian
Manifestation of prosodic structure in articulatory variation: Evidence from lip kinematics in English
Relating prosody and dynamic events: Comments on the papers by Cho and Smiljanic
III. Knowledge of language-specific organization of speach gestures: Local gesture interaction and perception
Syllable position effects and gestural organization: Articulatory evidence from Russian
Perceptual salience and palatalization in Russian
Integration coarticulation, assimilation, and blending into a model of articulatory constraints
Excrescent schwa and vowel laxing: Cross-linguistic responses to conflicting articulatory targets
Author index
Subject index
Language index
List of contributors
                        

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