Jennifer Hay is a member of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Her research interests include Laboratory Phonology, Sociophonetics, Morphology and New Zealand English. She received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 2000. Recent publications include: (with Elizabeth Gordon, Lyle Campbell, Margaret Maclagan, Andrea Sudbury and Peter Trudgill) New Zealand English: Its Origins and Evolution (Cambridge University Press); Causes and Consequences of Word Structure (Routledge); (edited with Rens Bod and Stefanie Jannedy) Probabilistic Linguistics (MIT Press); (with Janet Pierrehumbert and Mary Beckman) “Speech Perception, Well-formedness and the Statistics of the Lexicon,” in Phonetic Interpretation: Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI (Cambridge University Press); (with Paul Warren Hay and Brynmor Thomas) “The loci of sound change effects in recognition and perception,” in Laboratory Phonology; and “From Speech Perception to Morphology: Affix-ordering Revisited,” in Language.
Introduction to Laboratory Phonology | LSA.305
Mary E. Beckman
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