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Contrast and covert contrast: The phonetic development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English and Japanese toddlers. Journal of Phonetics. 37(1),(2009).
Language specificity in the perception of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Japanese and English: Implications for cross-language differences in speech-sound development. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 129(2),(2011).
Spectral measures for place and palatalization contrasts in sibilant fricatives of English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese.(2007).
The development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in Putonghua-speaking children. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 59(4), 699-712.(2016).
Language-specific developmental differences in speech production: A cross-language acoustic study. Child Development. 83(4),(2012).
Adult acoustics and developmental patterns for gender-marked phonetic variants in Mandarin fricatives and Japanese stops.(2008).
The phonetic development of voiceless sibilant fricatives in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 153.(2008).
The effect of speaker's sex on voice onset time in Mandarin stops. JASA Express Letters. 133(2),(2013).
Spectral measures for sibilant fricatives of English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese. Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.(2007).
Similarities and differences in the development of sounds "s" and "sh" in English and Japanese. 2011 Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.(2011).
Exploring lexical and phonological development in preschoolers: An eyetracking study. Annual Conference of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.(2012).
Examining individual differences using the mispronunciation paradigm. EyeTracKids: Eye Tracking Methodology in Child and Infant Research.(2012).
Vocabulary size and auditory word recognition in preschool children. Applied Psycholinguistics.(2016).
Exploring effects of expressive vocabulary size and maternal education on lexical processing by preschoolers using the visual world paradigm. Boston University Conference on Child Language Disorders.(2015).
Effects of vocabulary size on online lexical processing by preschoolers. Language Learning and Development.(2014).