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Munson, B., Ferguson S.. H., & Connealy C.. (2009).  Perceived sexual orientation and speech style: A perceptual and acoustic analysis of intentionally clear and conversational speech.
Munson, B., Swenson C.. L., & Manthei S.. C. (2005).  Lexical and phonological organization in children: Evidence from repetition tasks. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 48(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (787.95 KB)
Munson, B., & Baylis A. L. (2007).  Gender typicality in the speech of children with phonological disorder.
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., Blasing K.. M., Brincks S.. J., Krause M. O., Simmons D.., et al. (2006).  Exploring the etiology of phonological impairment in children.
Munson, B. (2011).  Lavender lessons learned, or, what sexuality can teach us about phonetic variation. American Speech. 86(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (156.57 KB)
Munson, B. (2011).  Speech perception and speech production abilities affect the magnitude of long-term repetition priming. Child Language Seminar.
Munson, B. (2009).  On voiceless fricative perception: Language-specificity, vocal-tract normalization, and socioindexicality.
Munson, B., McDonald E. C., DeBoe N. L., & White A. R. (2006).  Acoustic and perceptual bases of judgments of women and men's sexual orientation from read speech. Journal of Phonetics. 34, PDF icon Article.pdf (430.8 KB)
Munson, B., Kaiser E., & Urberg-Carlson K. (2008).  Assessment of phonetic skills in children 3: Fidelity of responses under different levels of task delay. PDF icon Poster.pdf (115.7 KB)
Munson, B., & Baylis A. L. (2007).  Predicting phonetic accuracy in children with phonological disorder.
Munson, B., & Solum R.. (2010).  When is indexical information about speech activated? Evidence from a cross-modal priming experiment.
Munson, B., Schellinger S. K., & Edwards J. (2017).  Bias in the perception of phonetic detail in children's speech: A comparison of categorical and continuous rating scales. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. 31(1), 56-79.PDF icon PDF of Author MS (1.09 MB)
Munson, B. (2009).  Gender biases in fricative identification revisited. PDF icon Slides.pdf (2.72 MB)
Munson, B., Edwards J., & Beckman M. E. (2005).  Phonological knowledge in typical and atypical speech-sound development. Topics in Language Disorders. 25(3), PDF icon Article.pdf (307.27 KB)
Munson, B., & Zimmerman L.. J. (2006).  The perception of sexual orientation, masculinity, and femininity in formant-resynthesized speech.
Munson, B., Schellinger S. K., & Carlson K. Urberg (2012).  Measuring Speech-Sound Learning Using Visual Analog Scaling. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education. 19, PDF icon Article.pdf (925.58 KB)
Munson, B., & Kaiser E.. (2009).  Sociophonetic variation and the 'ladder of abstraction' in phonology. PDF icon Slides.pdf (523.26 KB)
Munson, B., Li F., Yoneyama K., Hall K. Currie, Beckman M. E., Edwards J. R., et al. (2008).  Sibilant fricatives in English and Japanese: Different in production or perception?. PDF icon Slides.pdf (265.9 KB)
Munson, B. (2004).  Variability in /s/ production in children and adults: evidence from dynamic measures of spectral mean. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 47(1), PDF icon Article.pdf (525.35 KB)
Munson, B. (2007).  Splitting Saussure's «Signifiant».
Munson, B., Menard L., Beckman M. E., Edwards J. R., & Chung H. (2010).  Sensorimotor maps and vowel development in English, Greek, and Korean: A cross-linguistic perceptual categorization study. PDF icon Poster.pdf (241.89 KB)
Munson, B. (2015).  Variation in /s/ and the perceived gender typicality of children's speech. 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. 0624.1-5.PDF icon PDF of published proceedings paper (109.81 KB)
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., Krause M. O., & Yim D. (2010).  Representation and access in phonological impairment. Laboratory Phonology 10. PDF icon Book_Chapter.pdf (1.89 MB)
Munson, B., Hall K. Currie, & Smith E. A. (2009).  An acoustic analysis of /æ/ variation and its relationship to perceived sexual orientation in American English.
Munson, B., & Babel M. E. (2005).  The sequential cueing effect in children's speech production. Applied Psycholinguistics. 26, PDF icon Article.pdf (134.97 KB)

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