Ellen Simon
Ellen Simon
Post-doctoral assistant in the Linguistics Department at Ghent University
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TitleCited byYear
The perception of English front vowels by North Holland and Flemish listeners: Acoustic similarity predicts and explains cross-linguistic and L2 perception
P Escudero, E Simon, H Mitterer
Journal of Phonetics 40 (2), 280-288, 2012
Understanding the role of orthography in the acquisition of a non-native vowel contrast
E Simon, D Chambless, UK Alves
Language sciences 32 (3), 380-394, 2010
Phonological transfer of voicing and devoicing rules: evidence from L1 Dutch and L2 English conversational speech
E Simon
Language Sciences 32 (1), 63-86, 2010
Acquiring a new second language contrast: an analysis of the English laryngeal system of native speakers of Dutch
E Simon
Second Language Research 25 (3), 377-408, 2009
Advanced EFL learners' beliefs about language learning and teaching: a comparison between grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary
E Simon, M Taverniers
English Studies 92 (8), 896-922, 2011
Child L2 development: A longitudinal case study on Voice Onset Times in word-initial stops
E Simon
Journal of child language 37 (1), 159-173, 2010
Animation of reactive gaseous fluids through chemical kinetics
I Ihm, B Kang, D Cha
Proceedings of the 2004 ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics symposium on Computer …, 2004
Learning words in a new language: Orthography doesn't always help
P Escudero, E Simon, KE Mulak
Bilingualism: language and cognition 17 (2), 384-395, 2014
Learning words in a third language: Effects of vowel inventory and language proficiency
P Escudero, M Broersma, E Simon
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (6), 746-761, 2013
The effect of experience on the acquisition of a non-native vowel contrast
E Simon, T D’Hulster
Language Sciences 34 (3), 269-283, 2012
The relation between orthography and phonology from different angles: Insights from psycholinguistics and second language acquisition
E Simon, M Van Herreweghe
Language and Speech 53 (3), 303-306, 2010
Voicing in contrast. Acquiring a second language laryngeal system
E Simon
Ginkgo, 2010
Laryngeal stop systems in contact: Connecting present-day acquisition findings and historical contact hypotheses
E Simon
Diachronica 28 (2), 225-254, 2011
How native-like do you want to sound? A study of the pronunciation target of advanced learners of English in Flanders
E Simon
Moderna Sprak 99 (1), 12-21, 2005
Obstruent voicing before sonorants. The case of West-Flemish
P Strycharczuk, E Simon
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 31 (2), 563-588, 2013
Laryngeal systems in Dutch, English, and German: A contrastive phonological study on second and third language acquisition
E Simon, T Leuschner
Journal of Germanic Linguistics 22 (4), 403-424, 2010
Hansen, Jette G.‘Acquiring a non-native phonology. Linguistic constraints and social barriers’.(2006), Continuum.
E Simon
Oxford University Press, 2008
Phonological representations in children's native and non-native lexicon
E Simon, MJ Sjerps, P Fikkert
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (1), 3-21, 2014
Learning minimally different words in a third language: L2 proficiency as a crucial predictor of accuracy in an L3 word learning task
E Simon, P Escudero, M Broersma
New Sounds 2010, 2010
Rosa versus rossa: The acquisition of Italian geminates by native speakers of Dutch
B De Clercq, E Simon, C Crocco
Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature 2, 3-29, 2014
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