Skip to content
Home >> Biblio

Biblio

x

Error message

Deprecated function: implode(): Passing glue string after array is deprecated. Swap the parameters in drupal_get_feeds() (line 394 of /home/learni17/public_html/includes/common.inc).
Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
Filters: First Letter Of Last Name is Y  [Clear All Filters]
Conference Presentation
Kong, E. Jong, Yoneyama K., & Beckman M. E. (2014).  Effects of a sound change in progress on gender-marking cues in Japanese. 14th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. PDF icon Poster.pdf (805.54 KB)
Takada, M., Kong E. Jong, Yoneyama K., & Beckman M. E. (2014).  The emergence of a register system from the word-initial voicing contrast in Japanese. Sound Change in Interacting Human Systems (3rd Biennial Workshop on Sound Change). PDF icon Poster.pdf (6.47 MB)
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., Li F., & Yoneyama K. (2008).  The influence of gender typicality on sibilant fricative perception in English and Japanese.
Munson, B., Brincks S.. J., Yim D., & White A. R. (2006).  Lexical access in phonological impairment: Evidence from a delayed naming experiment.
Yoneyama, K., & Munson B. (2010).  Lexical and phonetic influences on Japanese listeners' perception of spoken English words.
Yoneyama, K., & Munson B. (2011).  Lexical influences on response times in Japanese listeners’ recognition of spoken English words. Acoustical Society of America.
Munson, B., Baylis A. L., Krause M. O., & Yim D. (2006).  Representation and access in phonological impairment. PDF icon Slides.pdf (3.35 MB)
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)
Yoneyama, K., & Munson B. (2009).  Spoken word recognition in first and second languages: The case of Japanese listeners.