This project compares patterns of coarticulation in harmonic vs. non-harmonic vowel sequences to understand how a low-level phonetic process interacts with phonological constraints.
ResearchA roughly reverse-chronological list of completed and ongoing projects, with links to data, code, and writeups.
This project examines how cross-language interaction affects adaptive speech behavior in multilingual listeners, and possible sources of individual differences.
This project attempts to formulate a semantic account for the distribution and inferences associated with the multi-copula system of Bengali, focusing on the copula verb ach- and its links to the progressive and perfect aspect morphology.
This project examines the phonetic outcome of mixed language processing in the speech of multilingual individuals.