Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Producing socially meaningful linguistic variation. ( , Ed.).Oxford Handbook in Language Production.(In Press).
Modifying speech to children based on their perceived phonetic accuracy. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.(In Press).
The effect of speaker's sex on voice onset time in Mandarin stops. JASA Express Letters. 133(2),(2013).
An introduction to random processes for the spectral analysis of speech data. Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics. 67-116.(2013).
Cross-linguistic study of children's and adults' vowel spaces. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.(2012).
Transcribing the speech of multilingual children with speech sound disorder. ( , Ed.).Multilingual Aspects of Speech Sound Disorders in Children.(2012).
Voice onset time is necessary but not always sufficient to describe acquisition of voiced stops: The cases of Greek and Japanese. Journal of Phonetics. 40, 725-744.(2012).
Dialectal variation in voiced stop prenasalization in Greek. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 132(5), 3439-3452.(2012).
Measuring speech-sound learning using visual analog scaling. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education. 19, 19-30.(2012).
The role of experience in the perception of phonetic detail in children's speech: A comparison of speech-language pathologists with clinically untrained listeners. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 21, 124-139.(2012).
Methodological issues in the study of phonotactic probability effects in nonword repetition. Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress on Phonetic Sciences.(2011).
Why are Korean tense stops acquired so early: The role of acoustic properties. Journal of Phonetics. 39(2), 196-211.(2011).
Individual differences in speech perception: Evidence from visual analogue scaling and eye-tracking. Proceedings of International Congress of Phonetic Science XVII. 1126-1129.(2011).
Language specificity in the perception of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Japanese and English: implications for cross-language differences in speech-sound development. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 129(2), 999-1011.(2011).
The influence of actual and imputed talker gender on fricative perception, revisited. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 130(5),(2011).