Rachel Hayes-Harb
Rachel Hayes-Harb
Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Utah
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TitleCited byYear
Novel second-language words and asymmetric lexical access
P Escudero, R Hayes-Harb, H Mitterer
Journal of Phonetics 36 (2), 345-360, 2008
2162008
The interlanguage speech intelligibility benefit for native speakers of Mandarin: Production and perception of English word-final voicing contrasts
R Hayes-Harb, BL Smith, T Bent, AR Bradlow
Journal of Phonetics 36 (4), 664-679, 2008
1322008
Learning abstract phonological from auditory phonetic categories: An integrated model for the acquisition of language-specific sound categories
P Boersma, P Escudero, R Hayes
Proceedings of the 15th international congress of phonetic sciences 1013, 1016, 2003
1122003
Lexical and statistical evidence in the acquisition of second language phonemes
R Hayes-Harb
Second Language Research 23 (1), 65-94, 2007
1092007
Learning the phonological forms of new words: Effects of orthographic and auditory input
R Hayes-Harb, J Nicol, J Barker
Language and Speech 53 (3), 367-381, 2010
992010
Development of the ability to lexically encode novel second language phonemic contrasts
R Hayes-Harb, K Masuda
Second Language Research 24 (1), 5-33, 2008
832008
Unfamiliar orthographic information and second language word learning: A novel lexicon study
CE Showalter, R Hayes-Harb
Second Language Research 29 (2), 185-200, 2013
792013
Native speakers of Arabic and ESL texts: Evidence for the transfer of written word identification processes
R Hayes-Harb
TESOL Quarterly 40 (2), 321-339, 2006
682006
Production and perception of voicing and devoicing in similar German and English word pairs by native speakers of German
BL Smith, R Hayes-Harb, M Bruss, A Harker
Journal of Phonetics 37 (3), 257-275, 2009
552009
Native English speakers learning Arabic: The influence of novel orthographic information on second language phonological acquisition
CE Showalter, R Hayes-Harb
Applied Psycholinguistics 36 (01), 23-42, 2015
452015
Second language phonology at the interface between acoustic and orthographic input
B Bassetti, P Escudero, R Hayes-Harb
Applied Psycholinguistics 36 (1), 1-6, 2015
412015
Constraint demotion and null-subjects in Spanish L2 acquisition
RB Larry LaFond, Rachel Hayes
Romance Syntax, Semantics and L2 Acquisition: Selected Papers from the 30th …, 2001
29*2001
Beyond rating data: What do listeners believe underlies their accentedness judgments?
R Hayes-Harb, JF Hacking
Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 1 (1), 43-64, 2015
282015
The perception of novel phoneme contrasts in a second language: A developmental study of native speakers of English learning Japanese singleton and geminate consonant contrasts
R Hayes
Coyote Papers 12: Linguistics in Cognitive Science, 28-41, 2001
262001
Accent, intelligibility, and the role of the listener: Perceptions of English-accented German by native German speakers
R Hayes‐Harb, J Watzinger‐Tharp
Foreign Language Annals 45 (2), 260-282, 2012
202012
The influence of the Pinyin and Zhuyin writing systems on the acquisition of Mandarin word forms by native English speakers
R Hayes-Harb, HW Cheng
Frontiers in psychology 7, 785, 2016
192016
Optimal L2 speech perception: Native speakers of English and Japanese consonant length contrasts
R Hayes-Harb
Journal of Language and Linguistics 4 (1), 1-29, 2005
172005
Individual differences in the perception of final consonant voicing among native and non-native speakers of English
BL Smith, R Hayes-Harb
Journal of Phonetics 39 (1), 115-120, 2011
162011
High Variability Phonetic Training as a Bridge from Research to Practice.
TA Barriuso, R Hayes-Harb
CATESOL Journal 30 (1), 177-194, 2018
142018
Orthographic input and the acquisition of German final devoicing by native speakers of English
R Hayes-Harb, K Brown, BL Smith
Language and speech 61 (4), 547-564, 2018
102018
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