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Dr Rory Turnbull
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Multidimensional Signals and Analytic Flexibility: Estimating Degrees of Freedom in Human-Speech Analyses2023
Dr Rory Turnbull
Second dialect acquisition and phonetic vowel reduction in the American Midwest2023
Dr Rory Turnbull
The Effect of Usage Predictability on Phonetic and Phonological Variation2023
Dr Rory Turnbull
Les Liaisons Dangereuses: Quantifying French liaison-induced homophony2022
Dr Rory Turnbull
Les Liaisons Dangereuses: Quantifying French liaison-induced homophony.2022
Dr Rory Turnbull
Managing Phonological Data in a Perception Experiment2022
Dr Rory Turnbull
On the relationship between perception and production of L2 sounds: Evidence from Anglophones’ processing of the French /u/–/y/ contrast2022
Dr Rory Turnbull
Rational Approaches in Language Science2022
Dr Rory Turnbull
Graph-theoretic Properties of the Class of Phonological Neighbourhood Networks2021
Dr Rory Turnbull
Across-language priming in bilinguals: does English bet prime French bête?2019
Dr Rory Turnbull
Listener-oriented phonetic reduction and theory of mind2019
Dr Rory Turnbull
Variation in /u/ fronting in the American Midwest2019
Dr Rory Turnbull
Assessing predictability effects in connected read speech2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
Exploring variation in phonetic reduction: Linguistic, social, and cognitive factors2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
Elizabeth Hume
Nasal place assimilation trades off inferrability of both target and trigger words2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
Neural network modeling of prosodic prominence in Besemah (Malayic, Indonesia)2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
Patterns of probabilistic segment deletion/reduction in English and Japanese2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
Robert Kennedy (2017). Phonology: a coursebook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xii + 364.2018
Dr Rory Turnbull
A quantitative measure of the impact of coarticulation on phone discriminability2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
Allophonic tunes of contrast: Lab and spontaneous speech lead to equivalent fixation responses in museum visitors2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
K-SPAN: A lexical database of Korean surface phonetic forms and phonological neighborhood density statistics2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
Prominence perception is dependent on phonology, semantics, and awareness of discourse2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
The asymmetric contribution of consonants and vowels to phonological similarity: Evidence from lexical priming2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
The phonetics and phonology of lexical prosody in San Jerónimo Acazulco Otomi2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
The Role of Predictability in Intonational Variability2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
What governs a language’s lexicon? Determining the organizing principles of phonological neighbourhood networks2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
What governs a language's lexicon? Determining the organizing principles of phonological neighbourhood networks2017
Dr Rory Turnbull
Constraints of Tones, Vowels and Consonants on Lexical Selection in Mandarin Chinese2016
Dr Rory Turnbull
Contextual predictability and the prosodic realisation of focus: a cross-linguistic comparison2015
Dr Rory Turnbull
Effects of phonological neighborhood density on word production in Korean2015
Dr Rory Turnbull
Patterns of individual differences in reduction: Implications for listener-oriented theories2015
Dr Rory Turnbull
Variation in the prosody of focus in head- and head/edge-prominence languages.2015
Dr Rory Turnbull
Interactions among lexical and discourse characteristics in vowel production2014
Dr Rory Turnbull
Prominence perception in and out of context2014
Dr Rory Turnbull
Effects of semantic predictability and dialect variation on vowel production in clear and plain lab speech2013
Dr Rory Turnbull
Patterns of individual differences in the perception of missing-fundamental tones2013